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Cunard Line Passenger List R.M.S. Laconia 1 October 1912

List of Second Cabin Passengers for the R.M.S. Laconia of the Cunard Line, Departing 1 October 1912 from Liverpool to Boston, Commanded by Captain W. H. D. Irvine, R.D., R.N.R.

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. Laconia
Captain W. H. D. Irvine, R.D., R.N.R.
From Liverpool to Boston
Tuesday, 1 October 1912

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: W. H. D. Irvine, R.D., R.N.R
  2. Surgeon: J. H. McDermott
  3. Purser:  J. N. L. Roberts
  4. Assistant Purser: T. H. Cullum
  5. Chief Steward: H. Pyatr
  6. Typist And Steno.: Miss Best

Front Cover, Passenger List, R.M.S. Laconia, Cunard Line, October 1912

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Miss Aagot
  2. Miss M. Abey
  3. Mrs. H. Aldred
  4. Miss Allen
  5. Mr. Eduardo d'Ahneida
  6. Miss Edith Anderson
  7. Miss Aug. Anderson
  8. Miss G. Anderson
  9. Mr. Algot Anderson
  10. Miss A. O. Anderson
  11. Mr. F. Anderson
  12. Mrs. J. Anderson
  13. Miss F. Anderson
  14. Miss A. Anderson
  15. Mrs. G. Anderson
  16. Miss H. Anderson
  17. Miss Jennie Anderson
  18. Miss Klara Anderson
  19. Miss H. Andren
  20. Mrs. Sofia Andrew
  21. Mr. John T. Armstrong
  22. Miss Eliz. Arrandale
  23. Mr. Charles R. Ashton
  24. Mrs. Bertha Ashton
  25. Miss M. E. Ashworth
  26. Mr. G. Aspinall
  27. Mrs. Aspinall
  28. Mr. J. Ballantyne
  29. Mr. William Barber
  30. Mrs. Barber
  31. Master Barber
  32. Mrs. Laura Barnes
  33. Miss Anne Barnes
  34. Master James Barnes
  35. Miss Amanda Barnes
  36. Mrs. George Barton
  37. Miss Alice Bashall
  38. Miss Margaret Bashall
  39. Mrs. Mary E. Bell
  40. Miss T. Bengtson
  41. Miss E. A. Beresford
  42. Mrs. E. Bergvist
  43. Master Rowland Bergvist
  44. Mrs. Bernstein
  45. Mrs. Bickerstaff
  46. Miss L. B. Biddle
  47. Mr. W. E. Birch
  48. Mrs. Birch
  49. Miss Mary M. Bixby
  50. Mr. John F. Blacklock
  51. Mr. F. T. Boardman
  52. Mr. Boardman
  53. Mrs. Boardman
  54. Mr. Reginald Booth
  55. Mr. Joe Boothroyd
  56. Mrs. Boothroyd
  57. Miss Ethel Boothroyd and Infant
  58. Mrs. M. E. Bootie
  59. Mrs. H. Bradbury
  60. Miss J. Bradbury
  61. Miss A. Bradbury
  62. Master E. Bradbury
  63. Mrs. Mary A. Brown
  64. Miss Anna Brygger
  65. Miss Jennie Brygger
  66. Miss Hellie Buchem
  67. Mr. George Buckley
  68. Miss Edne Bunk
  69. Mrs. Clara H. Bury
  70. Miss Ella Bushwell
  71. Mr. Thomas Butler
  72. Mrs. Buysman
  73. Miss Delia Bynnes
  74. .Miss Anne Cahill
  75. Miss Cain
  76. Mr. S. Carlson
  77. Miss J. Carlson
  78. Miss L. Carlson
  79. Miss Clara Carlson
  80. Miss Catherine Carty
  81. Mrs. Elizabeth Challis
  82. Miss Dot Challis
  83. Miss Muriel Challis
  84. Miss Jessie Christie
  85. Miss Margaret Christie
  86. Miss Julia Cimmins
  87. Miss Hannah Clarke
  88. Miss Mary Clarke
  89. Master Clarkson
  90. Mrs. M. A. Clarkson
  91. Mrs. A. W. Coates
  92. and Two Children
  93. Mr. E. B. Cobb
  94. Miss A. Cockcroft
  95. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Codd
  96. Miss Hida Codd
  97. Mr. Francis Collins
  98. Mrs. Elizabeth Collins
  99. Mrs. A. Connell
  100. Miss M. Conroy
  101. Miss E. Copeland
  102. Mrs. Mary J. Corbett
  103. Miss Agnes P. Costello
  104. Miss Julia Costello
  105. Mrs. F. Coupe
  106. Master R. Coupe
  107. Miss Maggie Cow
  108. Miss M. Cowley
  109. Miss Ellen Crane
  110. Miss K. Cremmings
  111. Mr. Thomas Croak
  112. Mrs. J. Croak
  113. Miss S. Crona
  114. Mr. Patrick J. Cronin
  115. Miss J. Cross
  116. Miss Margaret Ann Cross
  117. Miss Margaret Crowley
  118.  Miss Nora Crowley
  119. Miss Mary A. Crowther
  120. Mr. J. H. Curry
  121. Mrs. Florence Cullerton
  122. Mrs. M. E. Cullin
  123. Miss A. Daly
  124. Master John Daly
  125. Miss Marion Daly
  126. Mr. Wm. Davey
  127. Mrs. Eliz. Davey
  128. Miss A. Davidson
  129. Miss Henrietta Defiitch
  130. Miss Louise Derbyshire
  131. Mrs. L. Dew
  132. Miss J. Dew
  133. Mr. D. Diggle
  134. Mr. Samuel Diggle
  135. Mrs. Diggle
  136. Mr. William Dixoll
  137. Mrs. Dixon
  138. Master Arthur Dixon
  139. Master James Dixon
  140. Mrs. C. Donald
  141. Miss Sarah D. Duff
  142. Miss Margaret Duffy
  143. Mr. S. J. Edwards
  144. Mrs. Edwards
  145. Miss S. Ekeland
  146. Mrs. S. Eliasson and Infant
  147. Miss Nellie Ellard
  148. Mrs. Ellyatt
  149. Miss Mildred Ellyatt
  150. Miss L. Ellyatt
  151. Mr. H .. Erikson
  152. Mrs. C. Erickson
  153. Mrs. K. Erickson
  154. Mr. E. C. Erlandson
  155. Mr. G. J. Etheredge
  156. Mrs. Etheredge
  157. Mr. Samuel Farman
  158. Miss Ada Farrell
  159. Miss Ellen Farrell
  160. M.r. Thomas Farrimond
  161. Miss Catherine Fearon
  162. Mrs. Alice Fenton
  163. Mr. Ed. Fielden
  164. Miss May Fitzgerald
  165. Miss E. Fitzgerald
  166. Miss C. Fitzsimmons
  167. Miss G. Fjildheim
  168. Mr. P. B. Fleming
  169. Mr. W. H. Fletcher
  170. Miss Martha Fletcher
  171. Mr. Claude W. Floyd
  172. Miss B. Flynn
  173. Miss Margaret J. Foley
  174. Miss Follis
  175. Mrs. Mathilda Forslund
  176. Mrs. R. France
  177. Miss Z. Fredholm
  178. Miss E. Fredholm
  179. Mrs. F. W. Freeman
  180. Mrs. Anne Gaffney and Infant
  181. Mr. Gorta Gardner
  182. Mrs. Hilma Gardner
  183. Mrs. Louisa Gilbert
  184. Mr. Gordon Gilbert
  185. Mrs. Goeres
  186. Mr. R. Goodall
  187. Miss Arnie Gordon
  188. Mr. W. Graham
  189. Mr. F. Grayson
  190. Miss A. E. Green
  191. Miss M. Grimshaw
  192. Miss Hilda Grourud
  193. Miss E. Hadfield
  194. Miss Edith Hadfield
  195. Miss Ida Hakanson
  196. Miss O. Hammar
  197. Mr. Joe Handley
  198. Miss Forga Hansen
  199. Miss Mary Hardiman
  200. Mr. Yates Hargreaves
  201. M.r. Harrington
  202. Miss Lillian Harrington
  203. Mrs. Margaret Harvey
  204. Miss E. Edith Harvey
  205. Mr. James Healy
  206. Miss Ellen Healy
  207. Miss Norah V. Hegarty
  208. Mr. Robert Henry
  209. Miss Hilma Helin
  210. Miss E. Hellstrom
  211. Miss Sven Henrickson
  212. Miss Emme Heron
  213. Miss Susan Hetherington
  214. Mr. Lewis Hewitt
  215. Mr. Henry Hildyard
  216. Mr. Hill
  217. Mr. Hill
  218. Mrs. Ada Hilton
  219. Mr. Wm. Hirst
  220. Miss H. Hjelmberg
  221. Mrs. Jemima Hoble
  222. Miss Mary Hoble
  223. Miss M. Hoddinott
  224. Mr. Frank Hodgkinson
  225. Mr. M. H.ogman
  226. "Mrs. E. Holden
  227. "Master Holden
  228. Master Robert Holden
  229. Mr. James Holden
  230. Mrs. Mary Holden
  231. Master Horace lIolden
  232. Mr. L. Holland
  233. Mrs. L. Holt
  234. Miss Holt
  235. Master John Holt
  236. Master M. Holt
  237. Mr. Ed. Homer
  238. Miss Ada M. Hooper
  239. Miss L. Hooper
  240. Miss T. Horstedt
  241. Rev. Jas. Howard
  242. Miss Alice Howarth
  243. Mrs. B. Hughes
  244. Miss Blanche Hughes
  245. Miss A. R. Hughes
  246. Miss Nora Hynes
  247. Miss M. Irvine
  248. Mr. J. Jackson
  249. Mrs. Margaret Jackson
  250. Mr. Wm. A. Jackson
  251. Miss Mabel James
  252. Miss Hilda Jansson
  253. Mrs. .I . Jarvis
  254. Miss Olive Jarvis
  255. Miss Alice Jennings
  256. Miss L .Jennings
  257. Mrs. E. Jewell
  258. Miss Jewell
  259. Master Ronald .I ewell
  260. Mr. J. G. Johanson
  261. Mr. Johnson
  262. Mr. A. Johnson
  263. Mr. S. Johnson
  264. Miss J. Johnson
  265. Mr. J. Johnson
  266. Miss G. Johnson
  267. Miss N. Johnson
  268. Mr. C. L. Johnson
  269. Mr. Nutten Johnson
  270. Miss M. Johnson
  271. Mrs. Selma Johnson
  272. Miss Gertrude Johnson
  273. Miss Inyal Johnson
  274. Miss F. M. Johnson
  275. Mr. W. J. Johnson
  276. Mr. J. G. Johnson
  277. Mr. Jos. Jones
  278. Mrs. Nancy Jones
  279. Miss Winifred T. Keen
  280. Miss Catherine Kelleher
  281. Miss Jennie Kelly
  282. Mr. Kemp
  283. Miss M. Kerrigan
  284. Miss M. Kilchingmam
  285. Miss A. K. Klofstad
  286. Miss Emily Kitto
  287. Miss G. Kvick
  288. Miss K. Kvick
  289. Miss B. Larsen
  290. Mr. C. Laurin
  291. Mrs. F. Lehne
  292. Miss Mary Leonard
  293. Miss Lindblom
  294. Mr. E. B. Livingston
  295. Miss E. J. Lole
  296. Mr. Thomas A. Lomasney
  297. Miss M. Lonigan
  298. Miss A. Looker
  299. Mr. Rudolph Lightbown
  300. Mr. William Lightbown
  301. Miss Marie Lind
  302. Miss E. Lind
  303. Mrs. C. Livingstone
  304. Mrs. D. J. Lucy
  305. Mrs. B. A. Lumsden
  306. Miss Emma Lundahl
  307. Mrs. Mary Lying
  308. Miss E. Lying
  309. Miss Lucy Lynn
  310. Mrs. Mary E. Mackenzie
  311. Miss Aug. Magnusen
  312. Miss 1\1:. Mahoney
  313. Miss Ethel March
  314. Mrs. Marring
  315. Mr. Walter Marton
  316. Mr. Patrick Mathews
  317. Mrs. J. Matthias
  318. Miss M. McAllan
  319. Mr. F. K. McCooey
  320. Mrs. McCooey
  321. Miss R. McCooey
  322. Mrs. McCullough
  323. Mr. Robert McGowan
  324. Mr. Thomas McGrath
  325. Mr. Ed. McGrath
  326. Miss P. McMahon
  327. Miss C. McNeill
  328. Mr. T. Metcalfe
  329. Mrs. F. Metcalfe
  330. Miss G. Metcalfe
  331. Mrs. Mickon
  332. Miss Hannah Midgley
  333. Miss Isabella Millar
  334. Miss Anne Mitchell
  335. Mr. Kosta Mitis
  336. Mr. Frank Moore
  337. Miss Mary A. Moore
  338. Miss S. E, Moor~
  339. Mr. R. Moorly
  340. Miss R. Moorly
  341. Mr. M. J. Moss
  342. Mrs. M. J. Moss
  343. Miss H. Mulcahy
  344. Miss M. Mulcahy
  345. Mr. P. Mullen
  346. Mrs. Mullen
  347. Miss Catherine Mullen
  348. Miss A. Murdock
  349. Mr. Denis Murphy
  350. Miss May Murphy
  351. Mr. Murray
  352. Mrs. Murray
  353. Miss M. Murray
  354. Mr. Leo Nelson
  355. Miss Bertha M. Nelson
  356. Miss Agda S. Nelson
  357. Mr. Frank Nelson
  358. Mr. Swen Nelson
  359. Miss S. D. Nelson
  360. Mr. H. Newton
  361. Mrs. Newton
  362. Mr. E. Nilson
  363. Miss A. Nitson
  364. Miss Elise Nitson
  365. Mr. Richard Nord
  366. Mrs. Nord
  367. Master James Nord
  368. Miss Elizabeth Nord
  369. Master Charles Nord
  370. Miss Vera Nordensvohn
  371. Miss Norholm
  372. Miss Jennie Nuttall
  373. Miss Oase
  374. Miss Catherine O'Brien
  375. Miss M. O'Donoghue
  376. Miss Delia O'Hare
  377. Miss Annie Ohlson
  378. Miss Julia O'Leary
  379. Miss Hannah O'Leary
  380. Miss A. Olopson
  381. Mrs. J. Olsen
  382. Miss E. Olsen
  383. Miss O. Olsen
  384. Miss A. Olsen
  385. Miss T. Olsen
  386. Miss R. Olsen
  387. Miss Alma Olson
  388. Miss A. Olson
  389. Miss Ruth Olson
  390. Master "Walter Olson
  391. Mrs. Elizabeth Olsson
  392. Miss Ottosan
  393. Mr. John Parkin
  394. Mrs. Parkin
  395. Miss Mary Parkinson
  396. Mrs. Pearson and Infant
  397. Miss Isa Pearson
  398. Miss B. Peacock
  399. Mrs. A. M. Perry
  400. Miss E. M. Perry
  401. Miss G. V. Perry
  402. Mr. Ivor Person
  403. Miss Hulda Person
  404. Miss Astrid Person
  405. Miss A. Peterson
  406. Miss H. Peterson
  407. Miss AIda Peterson
  408. Miss Augusta Peterson
  409. Mr. Riley Pickles
  410. Mrs. Mary A. Pickles
  411. Mrs. E. E. Platt
  412. Master John Platt
  413. Master Norman Platt
  414. Miss L. Potter
  415. Mr. W. F. Power
  416. Mrs. Annie Quinlan
  417. Master Austin Quinlan
  418. Master Gerald Quinlan
  419. Mr. Ed. Quinn
  420. Miss Catherine J. Quinn
  421. Miss M. Quinn
  422. Mr. William H. Quirk
  423. Miss A. Raff
  424. Mr. L. Raffalswitch
  425. Mrs. Susan Rankin
  426. Miss Jane Reedle
  427. Miss Thos. Rehnstrom
  428. Miss Annie Rigney
  429. Mrs. Ethel Riley
  430. Mrs. Annie Riley and Infant
  431. Master S. Riley
  432. Miss Catherine Rock
  433. Miss A. Rolin
  434. Mr. F. Rondine
  435. Mrs. M. Rowlands
  436. Master C. Rowlands
  437. Miss M. Rowlands
  438. Miss Inez Roos
  439. Miss H. Rowe
  440. Mr. Rushforth
  441. Mrs. Rushforth
  442. Mr. H. T. Salomon
  443. Mrs. Salomon
  444. Miss Caroline Samuell
  445. Mrs. Samuell
  446. Mrs. J. Sarlino
  447. Mr. S. SchaftoMrs
  448. M. Schofield
  449. Master Schofield
  450. Mr. J. M. Scott
  451. Mrs. A. J. Scott
  452. Mrs. Scott and Two Children
  453. Mr. Walter Seaton
  454. Miss Shallahan
  455. Mr. Thomas C. Sidebotham
  456. Mr. John Sidebotham
  457. Mr. L. W. Simpson
  458. Mrs. Simpson and Infant
  459. Miss L. Sjostrom
  460. Mr. W. Skinner
  461. Mrs. Skinner
  462. Mrs. Nellie Smith
  463. Miss Smith
  464. Miss Nelli y Smyth
  465. Miss E. Somerby
  466. Miss Ann Somerby
  467. Mrs. S. Sonden
  468. Miss Sonden
  469. Miss Eva L. Spindler
  470. Miss E. P. Spindler
  471. Mrs. Ellen A. M. Stanley
  472. Miss Hilda Stanley
  473. Miss Doris Stanley
  474. Master Reginald Stanley
  475. Master H. Stanley
  476. Master Sydney Stanley
  477. Miss Dora M. Staton
  478. Mr. P. M. Stedman
  479. Miss P. Steen
  480. Mr. Harold E. Stembridge
  481. Mrs. E. Stembridge
  482. Miss E. Sternberg
  483. Mr. F. W. Stephen
  484. Mr. J. Stone
  485. Mrs. Stone
  486. Mr. C. Sullivan
  487. Miss E. Sullivan
  488. Mr. C. Sundgvest
  489. Miss E. Svenson
  490. Mr. C. Svenstrop
  491. Mrs. Svenstrop
  492. Miss C. Svenstrop
  493. Miss L. Svenstrop
  494. Master George Svenstrop
  495. Mrs. May Sweet
  496. Miss Anne Sykes
  497. Miss Ruth Tapper
  498. Mr. Paudelis 'l'heodos
  499. Mr. Howard Thomas
  500. Miss Thompson
  501. Mrs. H. Thorpe
  502. Mrs. Mary Thorpe
  503. Mr. Olof Thorsen
  504. Mrs. Ethel Tipping
  505. Miss Mary M. Tobin
  506. Mr. Thomas A. Tomasney
  507. Mrs. Ella Mary Tutty
  508. Miss Francis E. Upton
  509. Mr. Reuben Uttley
  510. Mrs. Uttley
  511. Miss Emma Vickers
  512. Mrs. A. Void
  513. Mr. John W. Wade
  514. Miss N. Walsh
  515. Mr. Archibald Walters
  516. Mrs. J. Warburton
  517. Miss Marion Warburton
  518. Mrs. R. A. Ward
  519. Miss E. Ward
  520. Mr. H. R. Washington
  521. Miss Lizzie Watson
  522. Miss V. Wedholm
  523. Mr. W. G. West
  524. Mrs. West
  525. Mr. H. V. Whalley
  526. Miss Margaret Wharton
  527. Miss Muriel Wharton
  528. Miss M. White
  529. Mr. D. Wiedemann
  530. Mr. M. F. Wiedemann
  531. Mrs. Mary Wilkins
  532. Mr. D. Wolfenden
  533. Mr. F. H. C. E. Wolff
  534. Mr. Isaac Woolf
  535. Mrs. Sabina Wood
  536. Miss Sabina Wood
  537. Mr. G. F. Wright
  538. Mrs. Wright
  539. Mr. E. Wright
  540. Mrs. Wright
  541. Mr. Ernest Wright
  542. Mr. Thomas Wynne
  543. Miss Nellie Wynne
  544. Miss Alice Wynne
  545. Mrs. Saul Yates
  546. Mrs. E. Young
  547. Miss L. Young

Additional Passengers On Board

  • Miss M. Aase
  • Miss Aase
  • Miss Ivy Andrew
  • Miss A. Barton
  • Miss Brogelian
  • Miss Laura Borgen
  • Miss M. Engbretsan
  • Miss Eilertson
  • Miss M. Foss
  • Mr. J. Jacobsen
  • Mr. J. Johnstone
  • Miss May Jones
  • Mr. Sarkis Kegikicin
  • Mr. Knapp
  • Mr.-Lawton
  • Mrs. Lawton
  • Miss M. Morberg
  • Miss M. Oberg
  • Mr. Pat O'Brien
  • Mr. Chas. Potter
  • Mr. S. Peson
  • Mrs. E. Riley
  • Mrs. M. E. Scullan
  • Mr. Thos. Sheard
  • Mrs. Sheard & Infant
  • Master Sheard
  • Mrs. A. 1. Scott
  • Miss Margaret Svendsen
  • Miss Svendbye
  • Mr. C. O. Wilson
  • Mr. J. Matson
  • Miss M. Nilson

Passengers Not On Board

  • Miss Aagot
  • Miss M. Abey
  • Mrs. Buysman
  • Mrs. M. E. Cullin
  • Miss A. Davidson
  • Miss G. Fjildheim
  • Miss Hilda Grournd
  • Miss E. Hadfield
  • Miss Hilma Helin
  • Miss M. Hoddinott
  • Mr. J. Jackson
  • Miss Jewell
  • Miss Mabel James
  • Mr. S. Johnson
  • Mr. Nutton Johnson
  • Miss M. Mahoney
  • Mrs. J. Matthias
  • Mr. H. Newton
  • Mrs. Newton
  • Miss A. Olopson
  • Mrs. J. Olsen
  • Miss E. Olsen
  • Miss O. Olsen
  • Miss T. Olsen
  • Miss Alma Olsen
  • Mr. Thomas A. Tomasney
  • Mr. Thomas Wynne
  • Miss Alice Wynne

Corrections to Ships List

  • Miss Allen should read Mrs. Allen
  • Miss G. Andersdn should read Miss O. Anderson
  • Miss H. Andrens should read Miss H. Andres
  • Miss Mary M. Bixby should read Mrs. Mary M. Bixby
  • Miss Hellie Buchem should read Miss Nellie Buchan
  • Miss Edne Bunk should read Miss Eda Brink
  • Mr. S. Carlson should read Mrs. S. Carlson
  • Miss L. Carlson should read Miss R. Carlson
  • Miss Julia Gimmins should read Miss Julia Crimmins
  • Miss Henrietta Deflitch should read Miss Henrietta Deplitch
  • Mrs. C. Erickson should read Miss C. Erickson
  • Mrs. L. Erickson should read Miss K. Erickson
  • Mr. E. C. Erlandson should read Mrs. E. C. Erlandson
  • Mr. Samuel Farman should read Mr. Samuel Forman
  • Miss Z. Fredholm should read Miss G. Fredholm
  • Mrs. Goeres should read Miss Goeres
  • Miss Arnie Gordon should read Miss Annie Gordon
  • Miss Emme Heron should read Miss Emma Heron
  • Mrs. Ada Hilton should read Miss Ada Jackson
  • Mr. Wm. Hirst should read Mr. Wm. Hurst
  • Mrs. Jemima Hoble should read Miss Jemima Noble
  • Miss Mary Hoble should read Miss Mary Noble
  • Miss Hilda Jansson should read Miss Hilda Jonsson
  • Mrs. J. Jarvis should read Mrs. K. Jarvis
  • Miss S. Jennings should read Miss E. Jennings
  • Miss J. Johnson should read Miss I. Johnson
  • Mr. J. Johnson should read Miss J. Johnson
  • Miss N. Johnson should read Miss H. Johnson
  • Miss Inal Johnson should read Miss F. Johnson
  • Miss M. Kilchingmam should read Miss M. Kitchingman
  • Miss A. K. Klofstad should read Miss A. K. Karlstad
  • Miss G. Kvick should read G. Kirck
  • Mrs. K. Kvick should read K. Rirck
  • Miss B. Larsen should read Mrs. B. Larsen
  • Mrs. F. Lehne should read Mrs. D. Lehne
  • Mrs. Mary Lying should read Mrs. Mary Lim
  • Miss E. Lying should read Miss I. Linz
  • Mr. Marring should read Mr. Manning
  • Mr. Walter Marton should read Mr. Morton
  • Mrs. Mickon should read Mrs. Michon
  • Miss Anna Midgeley should read Mrs. Hannah Midgeley
  • Mr. R. Moorly should read Mr. R. MGOrby
  • Mr. Kosta Mitis should read Mr. Kosta Mito
  • Miss R. R. Moorly should read Miss R. Moorby
  • Miss A. Nitson should read Miss A. Nilson
  • Miss Elsie Nitson should read Mjss Elsie Nilson
  • Miss Oase should read Miss Aase
  • Mr. Ivor Person should read Mr. Ivor Larson
  • Mrs. Susan Rankin should read Miss Susan Rankin
  • Miss Jane Reedle should read Miss Jane Rendle
  • Miss Thos. Rehnstrom should read Miss Granstron
  • Mr. F. Rondini should read Mr. F. Randan
  • Mr. H. T. Salamon should read Mr. H. T. Solomon
  • Mr. F. Schafto should read Mr. Shafto
  • Miss E. Somer by should read Miss E. Sowerby
  • Miss Ann Somerby should read Miss Ann Sowerby
  • Mrs. S. Sonden should read Mrs. S. Sowden
  • Miss Son den should read Miss Sowden
  • Miss Ruth Tapper should read Miss Ruth Tupper
  • Mr. Howard Thomas should read Mr. Howell Thomas
  • Mrs. A. Void should read Mrs. B. Void
  • Miss N. Walsh should read Mrs. N. Walsh
  • Miss Watson should read Mrs. Watson
  • Miss M. White should read Mrs. M. White
  • Mr. D. Wolfenden should read Mrs. D. Wolfenden

Second Cabin Total: 556

A Stenographer and Typist Is On Board for the Convenience Of Passengers, and Is Prepared To Attend Promptly To All Work Required.

The "Laconia" carries an orchestra of highly trained musicians, which will play at the under mentioned times and places':

  • 10:00 to 11:00 AM: Second Class Dining Saloon
  • 1:00 to 2:10 PM: First Class Dining Saloon
  • 3:30 to 4:00 PM: Second Class Dining Saloon
  • 7:10 to 8:45 PM: First Class Dining Saloon
  • 9:00 to 10:00 PM: First Class Drawing Room

This arrangement may be altered as circumstances necessitate.

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 830 p.m. 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 in advance, or to the Second Cabin Steward on board the steamer on day of sailing.

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

Baggage: Passengers are recommended to insure their Baggage, as the Company's liability is strictly limited in accordance with Contract Ticket. All enquiries regarding Baggage on board ship should be addressed to the Baggage Master.

Valuables: The Company is not responsible for theft if valuables or money are kept in the Stater00ms. 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 cannot 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 authorized 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.

Fishguard: See Special Notice, ,. Express Route," &c.

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 following 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 Queenstown or Fishguard of the passenger's wish to do so. Notice will be placed in the Companionway on arrival at Queenstown or Fishguard advising Passengers of anticipated arrival at Liverpool, and arrangements for landing.

Arrivals in Boston: When any of the Company's steamers arrive at the Wharf after 8 p.m., Passengers have the option of remaining on board overnight and landing after Breakfast the following morning.

Telegraphic Code

For the convenience of Passengers, copies of the Western Union Telegraphic Code and of Lieber's Code are carried on this steamer, and same can be referred to an application to the Purser.

Wireless Telegram Rates

Ship To Ship.-Minimum Rate, Sd. (16 cents) per word; every word in address, text, and signature counted, and all charges must be prepaid.

United Kingdom.-The minimum Marconi Rate, via Crook haven, or other stations in the United Kingdom, or through the medium of a passing steamer, is I0d. (20 cents) per word; every word in address, text, and signature counted; land charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

United States.-The minimum Marconi Rate, via Sea Gate, Sagaponack, or (for steamers in the Boston Service only) South Wellfleet, Cape Cod, or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations is 8s. 4d. ($2) for ten words. Each extra word 6d. (12 cents); 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. ($3) for ten words. Each extra word 9d. (18cents); 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. ($4) for ten words. Each extra word 1s. (24 cents; text only counted. address and signature free; land charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

Travellers' International 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 distinctly printed thereon, at which they will be cashed by its Agents and Correspondents throughout the world; 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 the Company's principal Agencies throughout the United States.

Chairs and Rugs May Be Hired

at a Cost of 4/- (or $1) each on application to the Deck Steward.

Each Rug will be contained in a seated cardboard box, and will bear a serial number, which will be worked into the material so that Passengers will have no difficulty in identifying their rugs. At the end of each voyage, the rugs which have been in use, will be sent to the store and thoroughly cleaned, before being re-issued.

All Cunard Steamers in the Liverpool, New York and Boston Services and in the New York Mediterranean Service carry Orchestras of professional musicians, which play at appointed times and according to requirements.

Copy of Passenger List contributed by Kenneth Jennings Wooster, from Miss. Elizabeth (Lily) Jennings, a passenger on this voyage.

Download a PDF version of this passenger list: October 1, 1912 R.M.S. Laconia Passenger List

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