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Cunard Line Passenger List R.M.S. Mauretania 11 April 1908

Saloon Passenger List for the R.M.S. Mauretania of the Cunard Line, Departing 11 April 1908 from Liverpool to New York, Commanded by Captain John Pritchard.

Notable Passengers: Sir Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland, 13th Baronet PC, John Washington Butler, William D. Gordon, Cecil B. Hartle, Sir James Knott, 1st Baronet, Alfred William McCune, General Sir Arthur Henry Fitzroy Paget GCB, GCVO, PC.

We recommend viewing Chicago Film Archives' promotional film produced by the Cunard Line during the 1920s that begins with the S.S. Berengaria leaving New York harbor on route to Cherbourg or Southhamption with the return trip to New York on the R.M.S. Mauretania. The film highlights the features of the ship as well as ship entertainment. 

List of Saloon Passengers
Cunard Line
R.M.S. Mauretania
Captain John Pritchard
From Liverpool to New York

Saturday, 11 April 1908

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain : John Pritchard
  2. Surgeon : R. Sydney Jones
  3. Purser : T. Graham
  4. Assistant Purser : Ernest G. F. Brown
  5. Chief Steward : W. T. Bryden
  6. Typist and Steno : Miss Casey

Ships List of Saloon Passengers

Passenger List, Cunard Line Mauretania 1909 Liverpool to New York

  1. Dr. H. D. Acland
    Sir Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland, 13th Baronet PC (13 October 1847 – 9 October 1926) was a Liberal politician and political author. He is best remembered for his involvement with educational issues and served as Vice President of the Council of Education under William Ewart Gladstone and the Earl of Rosebery between 1892 and 1895
  2. Mr. R. Agar
  3. Mr. Sherwood Aldrich
  4. Mrs. Aldrich
  5. Mr. George M. Allen
  6. Mr. J. H. Allen
  7. Mr. R. de Amazaga
  8. Miss Angelina de Amazaga
  9. Miss Coloma de Amazaga
  10. Mr. P. R. Andrews
  11. Mr. John Annan
  12. Mrs. G. F. Baker
  13. Mr. W. Bartling
  14. Mrs. R. M. Bassett
  15. Mr. J. M. Bassett
  16. Mr. Roosevelt Beardslee
  17. Mrs. Beardslee
  18. Mr. F. M. Beccari
  19. Mr. B. Bekkey
  20. Mr. W. P. Bliss
  21. Mrs. Bliss and Maid
  22. Mr. James B. Boote
  23. Mr. John Bowe
  24. Mrs. H. R. Bradley
  25. Mr. H. P. Brown
  26. Mr. E. F. Burke
  27. Mrs. Burke
  28. Miss E. L. Burke
  29. Mr. George G. Burnett
  30. Mr. John W. Butler
    John Washington Butler (1875 – 1952) was an American farmer and a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives from 1923-1927.[1] He is most noted for introducing the Butler Act, which prohibited teaching of evolution in public (i.e. state) schools (and which was challenged in the Scopes Trial). He was an admirer of William Jennings Bryan
  31. Mrs. Butler
  32. Mr. M. J. Callahan
  33. Mrs. Callahan
  34. Mr. Waring P. Carrington
  35. Mrs. Carrington
  36. Mr. A. B. Carrington
  37. Mr. S. S. Carvalho
  38. Mrs. Carvalho
  39. Miss Sarah Carvalho
  40. Miss Helen Carvalho
  41. Mr. H. T. Clark
  42. Mr. Arthur Cook
  43. Miss L. E. Corbett
  44. Mr. J. Cowen
  45. Mr. L. L. Cuthbert
  46. Mr. J. H. Daft
  47. Mr. Paul Draper
  48. Mr. G. Drewry
  49. Miss M. E. Drink water [sic]
  50. Mr. A. V. Dunwody
  51. Mr. Hugh C. Edmiston
  52. Mr. James Edwards
  53. Mr. O. B. Englisch
  54. Mrs. Englisch
  55. Miss L. Englisch
  56. Dr. G. E. B. Ewell
  57. Mrs. Ewell
  58. Mr. S. S. Faes
  59. Mr. C. E. Farnsworth
  60. Mrs. Farnsworth
  61. Dr. E. D. Farrell
  62. Mr. E. Q. Faulkner
  63. Mr. Charles Fenwick
  64. Mr. Andrew Fiske
  65. Mrs. Fiske
  66. Miss Fowler
  67. Mr. Harry C. Francis
  68. Mrs. Francis
  69. Dr. J. E. Frottingham
  70. Mrs. Frottingham
  71. Mr. H. O. Garbe
  72. Mr. Garnsey
  73. Mr. D. G. Gardiner
  74. Mrs. Clayton Glyn and Maid
  75. Mr. William D. Gordon
    William D. Gordon (1858-1917) was a politician and attorney from Michigan who served as United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan from 1898 to 1906, and who had previously served in the Michigan House of Representatives, and as Speaker of the House during the 38th and 39th Legislatures
  76. Mr. J. C. Green
  77. Mr. Henry Halliwell
  78. Mrs. Halliwell
  79. Mr. Cecil Hartley
    Cecil B. Hartley was a nineteenth-century biographer and etiquette expert. He is the author of The Gentleman’s Guide to The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness: Being a Complete Guide for a Gentleman's Conduct in all his Relations Towards Society (1860), The Life and Times of Colonel Daniel Boone (1860) and The Three Mrs Judsons (1863)
  80. Dr. Corydon Ford Heard
  81. Mrs. Ford Heard
  82. Mr. Fred. Hellmann
  83. Mrs. Hellmann
  84. Mr. Herrebondt and Friend
  85. Mr. E. H. Hoblyn
  86. Mrs. Hoblyn
  87. Mr. Arthur Hodgson
  88. Mr. L. J. Horowitz
  89. Mrs. Horowitz
  90. Mr. William Jackson
  91. Miss May Jackson
  92. Mr. George F. Johnson
  93. Mr. J. G. Kahaly
  94. Mrs. Vincent King
  95. Mr. James Knott
    Sir James Knott, 1st Baronet (31 January 1855 – 8 June 1934) was a shipping magnate (Prince Steam Shipping Company Ltd. (Prince Line)) and Conservative Party politician in the north-east of England
  96. Mr. C. W Lampson
  97. Mr. Charles Lancaster
  98. Mr. P. S. C. Lee
  99. Mr. B. A. Lee
  100. Mr. Henry Lee
  101. Mr. W. J. Lee
  102. Mr. Alfred Lloyd
  103. Mr. J Loring
  104. Mrs. Loring
  105. Mr. J. T. Lozier
  106. Miss Leilea Lynch
  107. Mr. J. Macrae
  108. Mr. A. de Magnin
  109. Mrs. Morris Mark
  110. Miss Laura Mark
  111. Mr. H. V. W. Mathews
  112. Mr. Joseph Hy. McCormick
  113. Mr. A. W. McCune
    Alfred William McCune (June 11, 1849–March, 28 1927) was an American railroad builder, mine operator, and politician from the state of Utah. Owner of several retail and construction businesses, he helped build the Montana Central Railway in Montana and a portion of the Utah Southern Railroad in Utah, founded the Utah and Pacific Railroad, and built railways in Peru, among other projects. He also owned many profitable mines in Canada, Montana, Peru, and Utah, including the Payne Mine—which paid the most dividends in the history of British Columbia. Late in life, he co-founded the Cerro de Pasco Investment Company, which became the largest copper investor in South America and the largest American investor in Peru until it was nationalized in 1974. He was one of Utah's first millionaires
  114. Mr. Louis T. McGrane
  115. Mr. Richard P. McGrano
  116. Mr. J. N. McKay
  117. Mr. L. H. Melville
  118. Mr. Dunlevy Milbank
  119. Mr. E. D. Mills
  120. Mrs. Clarence Minzesheimer and Maid
  121. Mr. K. Mori
  122. Mr. J. H. Naughton
  123. Mr. F. Naumann
  124. Mr. Amos Nelson
  125. Mrs. Nelson
  126. Miss Nelson
  127. Mr. H. B. Nelson
  128. Mr. H. F. Obertenffer
  129. Mr. Denis O'Brien
  130. Mrs. O'Brien
  131. Mr. P. O'Dwyer
  132. Mr. Reginald Paget
  133. Mr. Arthur Paget
    General Sir Arthur Henry Fitzroy Paget GCB, GCVO, PC (Ire) (1 March 1851 – 8 December 1928) was a soldier who reached the rank of General and served as Commander-in-Chief, Ireland, where he was partly responsible for the Curragh Incident
  134. Mr. F. F. Palmer
  135. Mrs. Palmer and Maid
  136. Master N. Palmer
  137. Mr. C. A. Patterson
  138. Mr. F. W. Perkins
  139. Miss C. Plunkitt
  140. Colonel Harrison Power and Manservant
  141. Mr. Harry Powers
  142. Mrs. Powers
  143. Miss Josephine Powers
  144. Mr. W. B. Quaintance
  145. Miss Quinn
  146. Mr. G. B. RaiTetto
  147. Lt. Reid
  148. Mr. Albert Rich
  149. Mrs. Rich and Maid
  150. Mr. J. C. Riley
  151. Mrs. Riley
  152. Mr. E. M. Kosher
  153. Mr. H. H. Rountree
  154. Mrs. Rountree
  155. Mr. Henry W. Rudd
  156. Mr. Norman Scott Rudolf
  157. Mr. B. I. Ryan
  158. Mr. Edward J. Ryerson
  159. Mr. William H. Sage
  160. Mrs. Sage and Maid
  161. Mr. M. S. Salinger
  162. Mr. C. A. Schieren, Jr.
  163. Mr. Schneider
  164. Mrs. Hervey Shriver
  165. Miss Gertrude E. Shrivel
  166. Mr. A. Silz
  167. Major Skerrett
  168. Mr. Wm. Smith
  169. Mrs. Smith
  170. Mr. James J. Smith
  171. Mrs. May Smith-Minor
  172. Captain V. Percy Smith
  173. Mr. J. J. Smithies
  174. Mrs. Smithies
  175. Mr. G. B. St. George
  176. Mr. J. S. Stokes
  177. Miss Marion Stokes
  178. Mr. A. G. Thine
  179. Mrs. Taine
  180. Mr. M. Tatsuta
  181. Mr. Richard Thomson
  182. Mrs. Thomson
  183. Dr. Joseph Torrey
  184. Mr: S. Turner
  185. Mr. Frank F. Vandenberg
  186. Mr. F. A. Wallace
  187. Mr-. C. L. Webster
  188. Mr. I. L. Webster
  189. Mr. E. M. Weld
  190. Mrs. Weld and Maid
  191. Mr. J. H. Welsford
  192. Mr.' F. B. Wepfer
  193. Miss E. C. West
  194. Mr. Arthur E. White
  195. Mr. Hy. Wigglesworth
  196. Mr. Geoffrey W. Wood
  197. Mr. Lorenzo Woodhouse
  198. Mrs. Woodhouse and Maid
  199. Miss Marjorie Woodhouse
  200. Mr. Charles E. Woodward
  201. Mrs. Woodward

Information for Passengers

Meals will be served in the Saloon at the following times:—

  • Breakfast, from 8-30 to 10 ;
  • Luncheon at I p.m. ;
  • the usual Dinner will be served at 7 o'clock, but Passengers who wish to dine at 7-30 or 8 o'clock may arrange parties and order specially prepared Dinner as desired from the Head Waiter, not later than 2 o'clock
  • Supper, if required, must be ordered before 10 o'clock

The Bar will be closed at 11-30 p.m. and the Smoke Room at Midnight.

The Second Steward has the arrangement of the seats at table.

Divine Service on Sunday at 10-30 a.m.

All enquiries regarding Baggage should be addressed to the Baggage Master.

Steamer Chairs may be hired from the Deck Steward at a cost of 4s. for the voyage.

The Company is not responsible for theft if valuables or money are kept in the Staterooms. The same should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in his safe, and a receipt will be given on the Company's form. As no charge is made for carriage the Company can not accept any responsibility for loss or damage, however arising, but Passengers can protect themselves by insurance.

Passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form for any additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board.

The Purser is authorised to exchange money at the following rates. He will give American money for English at $4.80 to the pound sterling and English money for U.S. Currency at £1 sterling for $4.95.

The Surgeon is authorised to make customary charges, subject to the approval of the Commander, for treating any Passengers at their request for any illness not originating on board the ship. In the case of sickness contracted on board no charge will be made and medicine will be provided free.

Passengers are notified that dogs cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has previously been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of license must be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog is taken on board.

Special trains are run between Riverside Station, Liverpool, and Euston Station, London, in connection with the arrival and departure of these Steamers. All the other Railway Stations in Liverpool are within a few minutes' drive of the Prince's Stage.

Wireless telegram Rates

United States.—The minimum Marconi Rate, via Sea Gate, Babylon, Sagaponack or South Wellfleet (Cape Cod), or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations, is 8s. 4d. for ten words. Each extra word 6d. ; text only counted ; address and signature free ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.
The minimum rate via Siasconsett or Cape Race, or through the medium of a passing steamer and these stations is 12s. 6d. for ten words. Each extra word 9d.; text only counted; address and signature free; land charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

The minimum Marconi Rate via Sable Island, or through the medium of a passing steamer and this station is 16s. 8d. for ten words. Each extra word Is.; text only counted; address and signature free; land charges additional; all charges mutt be prepaid.

United Kingdom.—The minimum Marconi Rate, via Crookhaven, or other stations in the United Kingdom, or through the medium of a passing steamer, is 6s. for twelve words. Each extra word 6d.; every word in address, text and signature counted ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

Ship To Ship.—Minimum Rate, Es. for twelve words. Each extra word 6d. ; every word in address, text, and signature counted, and all charges must be prepaid.

Ship's Orchestra

The " Mauretania " carries an orchestra of highly-trained musicians, which will play at the undermentioned times and places :—

  • Second Class Dining Saloon : 10-00 to 11-00 a.m
  • First Class Dining Saloon : 1-00 to 2-10 p.m
  • Second Class Dining Saloon : 3-30 to 4-00 p.m
  • First Class Dining Saloon : 7-10 to 8-45 p.m
  • First Class Drawing Room : 9-00 to 10-00 p.m

This arrangement may be altered as circumstances necessitate.

A Stenographer and Typist is on board for the convenience of Passengers.

This Steamer is Fitted with Marconi's System of Wireless Telegraphy, Also with The Submarine Signalling Apparatus.

The " Lusitania " and " Mauretania " ARE The Largest and Fastest Steamers in The World

April 1908 Westbound Voyage - R.M.S. Mauretania

  • Date of Voyage: 1908 April 11 - 17
  • Vessel: Mauretania
  • Class: Saloon Passengers
  • Route: Liverpool » Queenstown » New York
  • Captain: John Pritchard
  • Number of Printed Pages: 13+
  • Additional Items: Insert of Proposed Sailings for the Quadruple-Screw Turbine Steamers "Lusitania" & "Mauretania," The Largest, Fastest and Most Sumptuously Appointed Vessels in teh World
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Saloon Passengers: Count not Reported
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 6
  • Notable Passengers: Not Researched
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 12.4 x 19.5 cm
  • Binding: Center Embeded String
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 128, Column 2

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