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Passenger List, R.M.S. Carmania, 23 September 1913

Front Cover, Passenger List, R.M.S. Carmania, 23 September 1913

Saloon Passenger List for the R.M.S. Carmania of the Cunard Line, Departing 23 September 1913 from Liverpool for New York via Queenstown (Cobh), Commanded by Captain J. C. Barr.

LIST OF SALOON PASSENGERS
R.M.S. "CARMANIA,"
CAPTAIN J. C. BARR
LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK
23 SEPTEMBER 1913

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: J. C. Barr
  • Chief Officer: R. J. Johnstone, R.N.R.
  • Surgeon: A. W. MacKenzie
  • Purser: J. C. Humphreys
  • Assistant Purser: P. Draper
  • Chief Steward: C. McLaren

Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. F. J. Knight Adkin
  2. Mr. W. C. Allen
  3. Mrs. Allen
  4. Mr. E. H. B. Anderson
  5. Mrs. Anderson
  6. Miss Mary A. Armour
  7. Mr. A. Atkinson
  8. Mrs. Atkinson
  9. Mrs. F. E. Baker
  10. Dr. Chas. E. Barnett
  11. Rev. Thos. J. Barrett
  12. Mr. W. A. Bell
  13. Mrs. Bell and Maid
  14. Mr. Chas. Bennion
  15. Mrs. Bennion
  16. Mr. C. C. Berger
  17. Mr. W. G. Bowdoin, Jr.
  18. Mrs. Bowdoin
  19. Miss Maria C. Brace
  20. Miss Lena Brandenstein
  21. Mr. A. H. Brockie
  22. Mrs. Brockie
  23. Mr. E. A. Brooks
  24. Mrs. Brooks and Maid
  25. Mr. Harold C. Brooks
  26. Mr. Robert C. Bryan
  27. Dr. John F. Buckley
  28. Miss E. Bury-Palliser
  29. Miss E. M. Butler
  30. Mr, C. A. Cain, J.P.
  31. Mr. W. E. Cain
  32. Miss Carol Camp
  33. Miss Carrick
  34. Miss S. E. Choate
  35. Mrs. W. E. Clark
  36. Rev. P. J. CoIIigan
  37. Mr. M. J. Colligan
  38. Mrs. Colligan
  39. Miss Marion E. Cook
  40. Mr. Wm. R. C. Corson
  41. Mrs. Corson
  42. Miss Mildred C. Corson
  43. Mr. Chas. A. Dards
  44. Mr. Danl. A. Davis
  45. Miss E. Deacon
  46. Mr. Jas. Deacons
  47. Mr. John P. Doherty
  48. Miss Fanny Duron
  49. Miss Betty Emerson
  50. Mr. J. T. Featherstone
  51. Mr. J. V. Fleming
  52. Mr. A. V. Fletcher
  53. Mr. W. G. Foster
  54. Mrs. Foster
  55. Mr. W. H. Gibbons
  56. Mrs. Gibbons
  57. Miss Martha Gibbons
  58. Miss Ruth Gibbons
  59. Dr. S. Caspar Gilchrist
  60. Mrs. Gilchrist
  61. Miss Doris M. Gilchrist
  62. Miss Constance I. Gilchrist
  63. Miss Caroline M. Goad
  64. Rev. Percy Gordon
  65. Mr. Geo. A. Gordon
  66. Mrs. J. C. Graham
  67. Mr. W. Gray
  68. Mrs. Gray
  69. Mrs. A. D. Gray
  70. Miss Laura Blossom Gray
  71. Mr. H. E. Greene
  72. Mr. Rudolph Guenther
  73. Mrs. Guenther
  74. Mr. W. Gundry
  75. Mr. G. H. C. Gundry
  76. Judge E. Hall
  77. Miss Hall
  78. Mrs. Ida Husted Harper
  79. Miss Harper
  80. Hon. Edmund J. Healy
  81. Mrs. Healy
  82. Mr. Vernon O. Heddens
  83. Miss Alice Hibbard
  84. Miss Anna M. Hirst
  85. Mr. John H. Hodge
  86. Mrs. Hodge
  87. Miss Helen Holbrook
  88. Miss Alice Holtzman
  89. Mr. T. Horner
  90. Mrs. Horner and Maid
  91. Prof. B. Horokiri
  92. Mr. E. J. Howes
  93. Mrs. Howes
  94. Mrs. F. M. Johnston
  95. Mrs. Jollon
  96. Miss Jollon
  97. Mr. Frank R. Jones
  98. Mrs. Jones
  99. Mr. C. Walter Jones
  100. Mr. E. M. Langley
  101. Mr. J. J. Leake
  102. Mrs. Leake
  103. Mrs. F. Leake
  104. Mrs. E. Lesley and Maid
  105. Mdlle. C. J. Leube
  106. Mrs. John E. Liggett
  107. Miss Margaret Liggett
  108. Master Lawrance Liggett
  109. Mr. H. T. Long
  110. Rev. Thos. J. Loughran
  111. Miss I. F. Luckraft
  112. Mrs. F. W. Lyons
  113. Miss E. Lyons
  114. Miss E. McCarron
  115. Miss Rebecca McCarron
  116. Miss Isabelle Miller
  117. Mrs. M. Morton
  118. Miss Helen Morton
  119. Miss Jane Morton
  120. Miss Helen Morton
  121. Mr. G. T. G. Musson
  122. Mr. Hermann Nerlich
  123. Mr. H. H. Nicholson
  124. Mr. W. M. Nones
  125. Mrs. Nones
  126. Master Walter A. Nones
  127. Miss Marjorte F. Nones and Nurse
  128. Mr. W. G. Owst
  129. Mr. H. D. Parker
  130. Mr. Hy. G. Parker
  131. Mrs. Parker
  132. Master Hy. G. Parker
  133. Miss Louise Pathick
  134. Mr. Geo. W. Paton
  135. Mrs. Paton
  136. Master S. M. Patten
  137. Miss Helen Pease
  138. Master Francis Plimpton
  139. Miss Frances Porter
  140. Mr. Chas. H. Post
  141. Mrs. Post
  142. Miss K. Post
  143. Mrs. Wm. M. Powell
  144. Miss Dorothy Powell
  145. Mrs. Fanny Powell
  146. Mr. A. L. Prescott
  147. Mrs. Prescott
  148. Mrs. Prothero
  149. Mr. Harold H. Ragg
  150. Mrs. Ragg
  151. Miss Mabel Randall
  152. Miss B. M. Raymond
  153. Mrs. Waldo Reed
  154. Miss Margaret Reed
  155. Mr. S. G. Rhodes
  156. Mrs. Rhodes
  157. Mr. H. W. Roles
  158. Miss Romeo
  159. Miss E. Rose
  160. Mr. G. J. J. Rowley
  161. Mr. D. B. Rowley
  162. Mr. Henry B. Saint
  163. Mrs. S. Saitta and Infant
  164. Miss A. T. Salter
  165. Miss M. S. Salter
  166. Mr. Isaac Schoen
  167. Mrs. Schoen
  168. Mr. Gabriel Schoen
  169. Dr. C. E. Scofield
  170. Mrs. Scofield
  171. Mr. W. J. Sellick
  172. Mrs. Sellick
  173. Mrs. Catherine Shaw
  174. Mr. C. C. Shorter
  175. Mrs. Shorter
  176. Miss Helen Smith
  177. Miss Margaret M. Stewart
  178. Mrs. George Strawbridge
  179. Miss Anne Strawbridge
  180. Mrs. F. B. Sumner
  181. Mr. C. H. Sutcliffe
  182. Mr. William L. Swan
  183. Mrs. Swan
  184. Miss Swan
  185. Mrs. A. W. Taves
  186. Miss Taves
  187. Mr. Henry Osborne Taylor
  188. Mrs. Taylor
  189. Rt. Rev. Bishop Tilen
  190. Mr. G. E. Tilford
  191. Mrs. Tilford
  192. Miss C. Tilford
  193. Mrs. Carolyn C. Timpson
  194. Mr. C. W. Tindle
  195. Mrs. Tindle
  196. Mr. A. M. Troth
  197. Mr. W. L. Tucker
  198. Mrs. Tucker
  199. Mr. S. Turner, Jr.
  200. Mr. C. de Waal
  201. Mr. Angus Watson
  202. Mr. C. B. Webster and Valet
  203. Mr. J. L. Webster
  204. Mr. B. T. Whipple
  205. Mr. Clarence Whitman
  206. Mrs. Whitman
  207. Miss Edith Mary Whitson
  208. Mr. Leo Wise
  209. Mrs. Wise
  210. Mr. George B. Wright

Additional Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. Wm. J. Walsh

Not on Board

  1. Mr. H. D. Parker
  2. Mr. Loo Wise
  3. Mrs. Wise.

Errata

  1. Mrs. Fanny Powell should read—Mrs. Fanny Rowell
  2. Miss Helon Smith should read—Miss Hester Smith
  3. Miss Helen Morton entered in duplicate.

Summary (Passenger Head Count)

Saloon 214, Second Cabin 300, Third Class 1,330, Total 1,849

Passenger Information

MEALS will be served in the Saloon at the following times:—
Breakfast, from 8-30 to 10. Luncheon at 1 p.m.; Dinner at 7 o'clock. Supper, if required, must be ordered before 10 o'clock. The Bar will be closed at 11-30 p.m.

Seats at Table.—Applications may be made at any of the Chief Offices in advance, or to the Second 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 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.

Notice.—Passengers are informed that Professional Gamblers are reported as frequently crossing on Atlantic Steamers, and are warned to take precautions accordingly.

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 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.

Dogs.—Passengers ate 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.

Automobiles.—The Purser can give full information to passengers who wish to hire Automobiles for Touring purposes, and on receipt of instructions will send Marconigram to Head Office ordering same.

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.

When any of the Company's steamers arrive at the Pier after 8 p.m., passengers have the option of remaining on board over night and landing after Breakfast the following morning.

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

Taxlcabs and Carriages.—These can be hired at the New York Piers.

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.

Chairs and Rugs may be hired at a Cost of 4/- (or $1I) each on application to the Deck Steward.

Each Rug is contained in a sealed cardboard box, and bears a serial number 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, are sent to the store and thoroughly cleaned, before being re-issued.

Orchestra

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.

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 Slates.

TELEGRAPHIC CODE.

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

Stenographer and Typist

A Stenographer and Typist Is on Board for the Convenience of Passengers, and Is Prepared to Attend Promptly to All Work Required.

Liverpool-New York Service

"LUSITANIA" & " MAURETANIA " will NOT embark Passengers at QUEENSTOWN. The Steamer* will be at the Prince's Stage ready to receive Saloon Passengers two hours before the sailing time from Liverpool.

A Special Train leaves Euston Station, London, (or Riverside Station, Liverpool, at 12 noon on Sailing days.

Passengers land and embark at New York at Piers 53 to 56, North River, foot of West 14th Street.

Through Bookings at Special Rate* batwean Parle or London and New York.

SOUTHAMPTON SERVICE.

A Special Train will leave Waterloo Station, London, at 12-35 p.m.

Third Class Passengers embark at 2-30 p.m.

Second Cabin Passengers embark at 3-15 p.m.

The steamers are fine modem twin-screw vessels especially adapted in size and equipment to the service. Two new vessels have been built for the Canadian Service, the first of which sailed on her maiden voyage on the 17th July.

" ANDANIA" (13,404 tons). "ALAUNIA" (13,000 tons).

Second Cabin and Third Class passengers only are carried, which of course means that the accommodation set aside on board for both these classes is more commodious and spacious than would otherwise be the case. The fares charged are the lowest of any line of steamers sailing from England to Canada.

The Second Cabin accommodation is situated in the centre of the ship, and the Third Class comprises small closed rooms. Experienced stewardesses look after the requirements of the women and children.

Passengers resident in London or in places so situated that they have to pass through London to reach Southampton, ars provided with Free Conveyance (Third Class) from London to Southampton.

Express Route.
AMERICA TO LONDON AND THE CONTINENT Via FISHGUARD,
WHICH IS RECOGNISED AS THE MOST EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE.

Map of Express Route - New York to London & Continent (Direct) via Fishguard

With the view of enabling passengers to reach London on Monday afternoon and Paris the same evening or following morning, the "Lusitania" and " Mauretania" are scheduled to leave the New York Pier at 1 a.m. on Wednesdays and proceed direct to Fishguard without calling at Queenstown.

The steamers will thus be due at Fishguard on Monday morning. The "Mauretania" leaving New York on December 16th sails at 6 p.m. A Cold Buffet Supper will be served to Passengers between 9 p.m. and midnight on Tuesdays.

All other New York steamers will call at both Queenstown and Fishguard, the "Campania" leaving New York at 1 am. Wednesday, and "Carmania," "Caronia," and "Ivernia" at 10 a.m. on sailing day.

Steamers from Boston call at Queenstown all the year round and also at Fishguard during May, June and July.

The Great Western Railway provide special trains from Fishguard for London (Paddington), the railway journey occupying about 4 3/4 hours. Special trains will also be provided for the Channel Ports when sufficient inducement offers.

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

Cunard Fleet

  1. MAURITANIA - 32,000 Tons, Capt. W. T- Turner, R.N.R.
    Staff-Capt. W. H. Hossack, R.N.R.
  2. LUSITANIA - 32,000 Tons, Capt. J. T. W. Charles, C.B., R.D., R.N.R.
    Staff-Capt E. T. Britten, R.N.R.
  3. CAMPANIA - 13,000 Tons, Capt- A. H. Rostron, R.D., R.N.R,
  4. CARMANIA - 20,000 Tons, Capt. J. C. Barr
  5. CARONIA - 20,000 Tons, Capt. D. Dow R.D., R.N.R.
  6. FRANCONIA - 18,100 Tons, Capt. C. A. Smith, R.D., R N.R.
  7. LACONIA - 18.100 Tons, Capt. W. R. D. Irvine, R.D., R.N.R.
  8. IVERNIA - 14,278 Tons, Capt. H. M. Benison, R.N.R.
  9. SAXONIA - 14,300 Tons, Capt. E. G, Diggle, R.D., R.N.R.
  10. CARPATHIA - 13.600 Tons, Capt. W. Prothero
  11. ANDANIA - 13,404 Tons, Capt. D. S. Miller, R.N.R.
  12. PANNONlA - 10.000 Tons, Capt. R. Capper, R.N.R.
  13. ULTONIA - 10,400 Tons, Capt, R. G. MaIin. R.N.R.
  14. ASCANIA - 10.000 Tons, Capt. G. W. Melsom, R.N.R.
  15. AUSONIA - 8,000 Tons, Capt. S. G. S. McNeil, R.D., R.N.R.

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