Browse The Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives Home Page

Cunard Line Passenger List R.M.S. Campania 16 July 1910

Second Cabin Passenger List for the R.M.S. Campania of the Cunard Line, Departing 16 July 1910 from Liverpool to New York, Commanded by Captain R. C. Warr.

This passenger list contained Map of Cunard Line New Express Route: New York to London & Continent (Direct) via Fishguard.

List of Second Cabin Passengers
Cunard Line
R.M.S. Campania
Captain R. C. Warr
Liverpool To New York

Saturday, 16 July 1910

List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain : R. C. Warr
  2. Surgeon : Robert Bruce
  3. Purser : E. C. F. Moore
  4. Assistant Purser : G. D. Lancaster
  5. Chief Steward : W. T. Tracy
  6. Typist and Stenographer : Miss Jones

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

1910 Passenger List Cover - Cunard Line Campania

  1. Mr. G. Ahrendt
  2. Mr. A. Ahrendt
  3. Mrs. M. Alford
  4. Miss A. Alford
  5. Mrs. A. Allden
  6. Mr. A. Anderson
  7. Mrs. Anderson
  8. Miss N. G. Andrew
  9. Mr. H. Argar
  10. Mrs. A. Ashby
  11. Mr. G. C. Ault
  12. Miss E. K Balshaw
  13. Mr. J. Bamford
  14. Mrs. Bamford and Infant
  15. Miss W. Bamford
  16. Mrs. T. Banfield
  17. Master J. Banfield
  18. Mrs. E. A. Barber
  19. Mr. H. Barnet
  20. Mrs. E. M. Batten
  21. Master A. Batten
  22. Mr. S. Beaver
  23. Mr. S. Beaver
  24. Mr. Lionel Benjamin
  25. Mr. J. C. Bentham
  26. Mrs. Bentham
  27. Mrs. Bergeron
  28. Mrs. Bertwistle
  29. Miss Bertwistle
  30. Mr. R. H. Bond
  31. Mrs. E. Bond
  32. Miss E. Briggs
  33. Miss Bruce
  34. Mr. C. Buckley
  35. Dr. J. F. Burdett
  36. Mrs. R. Burke
  37. Master J. Burke
  38. Mrs:. F. L. Burns
  39. Miss Burns
  40. Mr. R. Burrows
  41. Miss E. Byrne
  42. Mrs. M. Carey
  43. Mrs. S. Carter
  44. Mr. C. Chanay
  45. Mr. W. Chinn
  46. Mr. George Clark
  47. Mrs. E. Clark
  48. Miss B. Clarke
  49. Mr. E. Clarke
  50. Mr. G. S. Clayton
  51. Mrs. M. Clayton
  52. Mr. C. Colliers
  53. Mrs. Collings
  54. Mr. T. Collins
  55. Miss E. C. Congdon
  56. Mr. L. Connor
  57. Mr. Charles Connor
  58. Mrs. E. Cook
  59. Mr. J. Creear
  60. Mr. W. Cummings
  61. Mr. C. W. Currie
  62. Mrs. R. A. Currie and Infant
  63. Mr. T. R. Dannatt
  64. Mr. E. J. Davis
  65. Miss E. Denyer
  66. Mr. D. J. Desborough
  67. Mrs. Desborough and Infant
  68. Miss Desborough
  69. Miss Desborough
  70. Miss A. Dieckman
  71. Miss M. Digby
  72. Mrs. Florence Eldridge
  73. Miss E. Ellis
  74. Miss L. Ellison
  75. Miss M. Ellison
  76. Mr. .T. A. Elmer
  77. Mr. J. Entwistle
  78. Mr. T. A.. Eva
  79. Mr. John Evans
  80. Mr. D. B. Evans
  81. Professor J. C. Ewart
  82. Mrs. Ewart
  83. Mr. H. W. Facey
  84. Mr. J J Farro
  85. Mr. J. Fairclough
  86. Mr. W. Falk
  87. Mrs. M. Falk
  88. Miss S. J. Fellows
  89. Mr. J. Fenton
  90. Miss E. F. Fergus
  91. Miss Finlay
  92. Mr. J. M. Finney
  93. Rev. F. E. Pincher
  94. Mrs. E. W. Fisher
  95. Miss K. Fiste
  96. Mr. W. Fitzgerald
  97. Mrs. Fitzgerald
  98. Mr. George T. Foot
  99. Mr. J. Frew
  100. Mrs. L. Frizzelle
  101. Mrs. S. J. Gavin
  102. Mr. D. Gaulton
  103. Mr. J. German
  104. Mr. Jesse German
  105. Mrs. R. Giblin
  106. Miss L. Giblin
  107. Mr. J. Gill
  108. Miss M. Godfrey
  109. Mr. J. W. Graham
  110. Mrs. C. Graham
  111. Miss S. Green
  112. Mrs. Greenhill and Infant
  113. Master Greenhill
  114. Mr. J. A. Hampton
  115. Mrs. Hampton
  116. Mr. J. S. Hanvey
  117. Mrs. P. K. Harper
  118. Mrs. Haringman and Infant
  119. Miss E. Haringman
  120. Master T. Haringman
  121. Mr. P. Harrison
  122. Mrs. Harrison
  123. Mr. George Hartill
  124. Mrs. A. Hartill
  125. Miss F. Hartill
  126. Master G. Hartill
  127. Master W. Hartill
  128. Mr. H. J. Hedley
  129. Mr. W. Henderson
  130. Miss N. Henderson
  131. Mrs. A. E. Herlan
  132. Miss O. Higgs
  133. Mrs. E. J. Hill and Infant
  134. Miss M. Hipkiss
  135. Mr. O. Hippenstall
  136. Mr. James Hogg
  137. Mr. T. Hollow
  138. Mr. Thomas Holton
  139. Mr. A. Hooper
  140. Miss C. Humphrey
  141. Mr. J. Hughes
  142. Mrs. M. Hughes
  143. Mr. K. Hunter
  144. Mr.J. M. Ilnseth
  145. Mrs. Ilnseth
  146. Miss M. W. Ilwraith
  147. Mrs. M. A. Ingram and Infant
  148. Master T. S. Ingram
  149. Miss E. Ingram
  150. Mr. W. Irwin
  151. Mr. G. H. Jackson
  152. Mrs. E. Jenkin
  153. Miss J. Jenkin
  154. Mr. E. K. Jensen
  155. Mr. J. V. Jessen
  156. Mrs. L. Jessen
  157. Master P. F. Jessen
  158. Miss T. E. Jessen
  159. Master H. M. Jessen
  160. Miss M. Jinks
  161. Miss S. Johannson
  162. Miss A. Johannson
  163. Mr. J. R. Johanson
  164. Mrs. Johanson and Two Children
  165. Mr. J. E. K. Johnson
  166. Mr. P. J. Johnson
  167. Mrs. M. Johnson
  168. Miss M. Johnson
  169. Miss Johnson
  170. Mr. J. A. Johnston
  171. Mr. T: A. Johnston
  172. Mr. W. Jones
  173. Miss W. Jones
  174. Mrs. M. Joyce
  175. Master H. Joyce
  176. Mr. T. K. Jorgenson
  177. Miss J. Kehoe
  178. Mr. A. Kendall
  179. Mr. A. Kerr
  180. Miss A. Kershaw
  181. Mr. F. J. Kitt
  182. Mr. E. Lagar
  183. Mr. F. Lambert
  184. Mr. F.. W. Lane
  185. Mr. W. H. Leach
  186. Mr. M. P. H. Lenting
  187. Mr. E. Lingley
  188. Mrs. M. Lotka
  189. Mr. J. J. Mann
  190. Rev. B. Manning
  191. Mr. Harry Mason
  192. Mr. E. W. D. Masterman
  193. Sister M. E. McCall
  194. Mr. T. P. McCarthy
  195. Mr. J. McDonagh
  196. Mr. H. McIntyre
  197. Mr. R. McGill
  198. Mr. M. McLoughlin
  199. Mr. J. McMurray
  200. Mr. R. McWattie
  201. Mrs. S. E. Mellard
  202. Miss M. Mellard
  203. Master T. Mellard
  204. Mrs. C. Mitchell
  205. Master A. Mitchell
  206. Master Alf. Mitchell
  207. Master Abraham Mitchell
  208. Mrs. I. Mitchell and Infant
  209. Miss E. Mitchell
  210. Master J. Mitchell
  211. Master A. Mitchell
  212. Mr. P. Morgan
  213. Mrs. Morgan
  214. Mr. Thomas Moon
  215. Mr. F. L. Moore
  216. Miss Mabel Morris
  217. Miss J. Mulligan
  218. Mr. Louis Mundal
  219. Mrs. Mundal and Child
  220. Miss Mundal
  221. Mr. J. Murphy
  222. Mr. Joe Murphy
  223. Mr. T. J. Murphy
  224. Mr. P. Murphy
  225. Mr. Charles Nelson
  226. Mrs. Nelson
  227. Miss E. Nelson
  228. Mr. I. Nicholls
  229. Mr. H. C. Northcott
  230. Mrs. E. Northcott
  231. Mr. W. P. Oliver
  232. Miss C. Olsen
  233. Miss H. Olsen
  234. Miss B. O'Niell
  235. Mr. E. T. Page
  236. Miss Francis Parsons
  237. Mrs. Pearson and Child
  238. Mr. E. Peat
  239. Miss D. Pedder
  240. Miss L. Pickup
  241. Mrs. E. Piggott
  242. Master W. Piggott
  243. Mr. F. Reavey
  244. Miss B. Reid
  245. Mrs. P. Renkerma and Infant
  246. Mr. Renkerma
  247. Mr. D. Renkerma
  248. Mrs. F. Renshaw and Infant
  249. Miss H. E. Roberts
  250. Mr. J. R. Rose
  251. Mrs. M. Rotherham
  252. Mr. A. Rushworth
  253. Mrs. Rushworth
  254. Mr. J. Russell
  255. Mrs. Russell
  256. Miss Hazel Russell
  257. Mrs. P. Schult
  258. Mr. Schwarz
  259. Mr. Levi Seversen
  260. Mr. L. Severson
  261. Rev. H. Signons
  262. Mrs. A. Sims
  263. Mr. W. Sivewright
  264. Mrs. Sivewright
  265. Mr. A. P. Slade
  266. Mrs. M. A. Wade
  267. Smith Mr. R. Smith
  268. Mrs. Smith
  269. Mrs. E. Smith
  270. Mr. W. H. Stearns
  271. Mrs. Stearns
  272. Miss M. P. Stephenson
  273. Mr. Steppans
  274. Mrs. Steppans
  275. Master L. Steppans
  276. Master J. Steppans
  277. Mr. J. Strong
  278. Mrs. Strong
  279. Mrs. M. Sumner
  280. Mr. J. S. Swallow
  281. Sister M. Swanton
  282. Mr. J. Sweeney
  283. Mrs. Taylor and Two Infants
  284. Miss Taylor
  285. Mrs. J. Taylor and Infant
  286. Miss R. Taylor
  287. Mr. Telford
  288. Mr. W. H. Telford
  289. Mr. J. C. Thomas
  290. Mr. J. Thomas
  291. Mr. J. Thompson
  292. Miss F. Thompson
  293. Mr. R. Thorsen
  294. Mr. J. Tobin
  295. Mrs. S. Tobin
  296. Mr. T. F. Tuohy
  297. Mr. F. Vogt
  298. Mrs. A. Vogt
  299. Mr. F. Vogt, Jr.
  300. Miss H. Vogt
  301. Master T. V. Vogt
  302. Mr. W. T. Walker
  303. Mr. G. Wayness
  304. Miss M. W. Whalen
  305. Mrs. White Master
  306. White Miss White
  307. Mr. Whittaker
  308. Mr. H. J. Wilkinson
  309. Mr. Charles A. Will
  310. Mrs. Will
  311. Mr. H. Wills
  312. Mr. R. Williams
  313. Mr. D. Williamson
  314. Mr. O. C. Wilson
  315. Mr. George Wood
  316. Miss E. Woodhead
  317. Mr. W. Zalton

Additional Passengers

  1. Mr. T Christiansen
  2. Mr. C B Ellis
  3. Miss Eva Hoist
  4. Mrs. T Handling
  5. Mrs. H Handling
  6. Miss J Handling
  7. Mr. R Larsen
  8. Mr. E R Ljungberg
  9. Mr. H E Mann
  10. Mr. C Martinson
  11. Mrs. W May
  12. Mr. J M Mcllwraith
  13. Mrs. Mcllwraith
  14. Miss M Mollwraith
  15. Mrs. T Nulty
  16. Miss A. Nystrom
  17. Mr. Sven Svanstrom
  18. Miss Sarah Sloane

Passengers Not on Board

  1. Mr. S Beaver
  2. Mrs. Collings
  3. Mr. J German
  4. Mr. J M Ilnseth
  5. Mrs. Ilnseth
  6. Miss M W Ilwraith
  7. Mr. J E K Johnson
  8. Mr. T A Johnston
  9. Mr. E Lindley
  10. Miss E Nelson
  11. Mr. L Severson
  12. Mrs. J Taylor & Infant
  13. Mr. Telford
  14. Mr. R Thorsen
  15. Mr. C A Will
  16. Mrs. Will

CORRECTIONS to Ships List

  1. Dr J. F Burdett should read Mr. J F Burdett
  2. Mrs. F L Burns should read Mrs. F L Burris
  3. Miss Burns should read Miss Burris
  4. Miss Desborough should read Master H P Desborough
  5. Miss Desborough should read Master R J Desborough
  6. Mr. H W Facey should read Rev H W Facey
  7. Mr. J Frew should read Miss J Frew
  8. Mrs. L Frizzelle should read Miss L Frizzelle
  9. Mrs. S J Gavin should read Miss S J Gavin
  10. Mrs. Hampton should read Mrs. F. F. Hampton
  11. Mrs. M Hughes should read Miss M Hughes
  12. Mr. F Lambert should read Miss F Lambert
  13. Rev H Signons should read Rev H Tignous

Information for Passengers

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

  • Breakfast at 8 a.m. ;
  • Dinner 12-30 p.m. ;
  • Tea 5-30 p.m. ;
  • Supper 8-30 pan

The Bar and Smoke Room will be closed at 11 p.m.

Seats at Table.—Application may be made at any of the Chief Offices, or to the Second Cabin Steward on board the steamer.

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

Baggage.—All enquiries regarding baggage should be addressed to the Purser.

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

Valuables.—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.

Exchange of Money.—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 authorized 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.

Dogs.—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.

Arrivals at New York.—Passengers are landed at the Company's Piers, 53 to 56, North River, Foot of West 14th Street, where railway tickets can be purchased and baggage checked to any part of the United States and Canada. After landing, Passengers should enquire at the desk on the wharf for letters and telegrams.

Public Telephones.—Telephone service with booths and operator in attendance will be found near the Customs Lines on the New York wharf.

Taxicabs and CARRIAGES.—These can be hired at the New York Piers. Passengers by communicating their wishes regarding conveyances to the Purser can have them reserved in advance. The Purser will forward such requests by Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company to the New York Office without charge.

Fishguard.—Attention is specially drawn to the facilities recently provided by the Cunard Line for their American patrons in reaching London and the Continent by travelling via Fishguard, which is now recognised as the most expeditious route. The Wednesday Steamers from New York leave the Pier at 9 a.m. and proceed direct to Fishguard, without calling at Queenstown.

The Saturday Steamers from New York leave the Pier at 10 a.m. and call at Queenstown and Fishguard.

The Great Western. Railway provide special trains from Fishguard for London (Paddington) and Dover (for the Continent), the railway journey between Fishguard and London occupying about 41 hours, and between Fishguard and Dover 6} hours. Fishguard is in Pembrokeshire, on the South-West coast of Wales, and being the nearest British port to New York, this route is the most direct to London.

Arrivals at Liverpool.—Time of Landing Passengers.—

When any of the Company's steamers arrive alongside the Liverpool Landing Stage after 8 p.m. it is optional for the Passengers to go on shore that night. In the event, however, of their remaining on board, they will be landed after breakfast the fdllowing morning, either at the Stage or in dock as circumstances may make desirable.

When the vessel reaches the river but does not come alongside the Stage, to prevent inconvenience and to meet emergencies, any Passengers desirous of disembarking will, on arrival of the steamer, be landed, with hand baggage only, by tender, provided that the Purser is advised before leaving Fishguard of the passenger's wish to do so. Notice will be placed in the Companionway on arrival at Fishguard advising Passengers of anticipated arrival at Liverpool, and arrangements for landing.

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

Ship's Orchestra

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

  • Second Class Drawing Room : 10-00 to 11-00 a.m
  • First Class Dining Saloon : 1-00 to 2-00 p m
  • Main Entrance : 3-00 to 4-00 p.m
  • First Class Dining Saloon : 7-20 to 8-20 p.m
  • Drawing Room : 9-00 to 10-00 p.m

This arrangement may be altered as circumstances necessitate

Travellers' Internationals Cheques.

For the convenience of its Patrons the Cunard Company now issues Cheques of $10.00, $20.00, $50.00 and $100.00, with Foreign money equivalents, at which they will be cashed by its Agents and Correspondents throughout the world, distinctly printed thereon ; thus providing not only the safest and most economical means of taking funds abroad, with an absolute certainty as to value, but also A SIMPLE and EFFECTIVE MEANS of IDENTIFICATION in Case of NEED.

Full information regarding these Cheques will be given on application to any of tee Company's principal Agencies throughout the United States.

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

Wireless Telegram Rates.

United States.—The minimum Marconi Rate. via Sea Gate 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, ls. ; text only counted ; address and signature free ; land charges additional ; all charges must 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 10d. per word ; every word in address, text, and signature counted ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

Ship To Ship.—Minimum Rate, 8d. per word : every word in address, text, and signature counted, and all charges must be prepaid.

The "Lusitania" and "Mauretania " are the Largest and Fastest Steamers in The World.

A Stenographer and Typist is on Board for The Convenience of Passengers.

Express Route New York To London and the Continent Via Fishguard.

Map of the Express Route To New York And London via Fishguard

The attention of Passengers is specially drawn to the facilities recently provided by the Cunard Line for their American patrons in reaching London and the Continent by travelling via Fishguard on the South Wales Coast, which is now recognised as the most expeditious route.

The Wednesday Steamers from New York will leave the Fier at 9 a.m. and proceed direct to Fishguard, without calling at Queenstown.

The Great Western Railway provide special trains from Fishguard for London (Paddington) and, when sufficient inducement offers, Dover (for the Continent). The railway journey between Fishguard and London occupies about 44 hours, and between Fishguard and Dover 62 hours.

FISHQUARD is the nearest British port to New York, and this route is therefore the most direct to London.

July 1910 Westbound Voyage - R.M.S. Campania

  • Date of Voyage: 1910 July 16 - 22
  • Vessel: Campania
  • Class: Second Cabin Passengers
  • Route: Liverpool » New York
  • Captain: R. C. Warr
  • Number of Printed Pages: 20
  • Additional Items: Map of Cunard Line New Express Route: New York to London & Continent (Direct) via Fishguard
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Second Cabin Passengers: 336
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 6
  • Notable Passengers: Not Researched
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 11.2 x 18.8 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 143, Column 3

 

Cunard Line Westbound Passenger Lists Archive

Search The Archives

Google Custom Search

Eastbound Passenger Lists