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Passenger List, Dominion Line, R.M.S. New England, 12 October 1899

Saloon Passenger list for the R.M.S. New England of the Dominion Line, Departing 12 October 1899 from Liverpool to Boston via Queenstown (Cobh).

List of Saloon Passengers

Dominion Line

R.M.S. New England

From Liverpool to Boston via Queenstown (Cobh)

Thursday, 12 October 1899

List of Saloon Passengers

List of Saloon Passengers abord the Domion Line Steamship S.S. New England Oct 1899
  1. Mrs. HANNAH P. ADAMS
  2. Mr. D. BECKWITH
  3. Mrs. BECKWITH
  4. Mrs. A. M. BEEBEE
  5. Miss M. ALISON BIXBY
  6. Mrs. BODE
  7. Mr. J. M. Bond
  8. Mrs. Bond
  9. Dr. a G. BRAINARD
  10. Mrs. ATHERTON Brown
  11. Miss Alice W. Brown
  12. Mr. W. W. BROWNELL
  13. Mrs. BROWNELL
  14. Miss H. BROWNELL
  15. Miss M. G. BROWNELL
  16. Mrs. Butler and Child
  17. Sir ADOLPHE CARON
  18. Mrs. L. H. CHASE
  19. Mr. R. Clough
  20. Mr. W. J. COMSTOCK
  21. Mrs. COMSTOCK, Child and Nurse
  22. Mr. Henry COOKE
  23. Mr. Frederick CRANE
  24. Mrs. CRANE
  25. Mr. C. A. CUMMINGS
  26. Mrs. CUMMINGS
  27. Miss CUMMINGS
  28. Miss M. LOUISE CUMMINGS
  29. Miss GERTRUDE CUMMINGS
  30. Miss SUSAN E. DENTON
  31. Mr. B. F. DUTTON
  32. Mrs. DUTTON
  33. Mr. G. C. DUTTON
  34. Mrs. DUTTON
  35. Miss Nina DUTTON
  36. Miss E. M. EASTABROOK
  37. Mr. L. EASTLAND
  38. Mrs. EASTLAND
  39. Mr. A. Sr. George Ellis
  40. Miss Kate F. Ellis
  41. MR A. B. Ewing
  42. Mr. A. FAIRBROTHER
  43. Miss FLOWER
  44. Dr. W. B. French
  45. Mr. J. E. French
  46. Mr. J. C. FRYER
  47. Mrs. FRYER
  48. Mr. E. H. GARRETT
  49. Mr. A. GEIGER
  50. Mr. William N. GILMAN
  51. Miss CHARLOTTE S. GORRIE
  52. Mrs. Mary E. GREGORSON
  53. Mr. G. S. Hall
  54. Mrs. Hall
  55. Mrs. S. HARKINS
  56. Miss M. HARKINS
  57. Mrs. A. G. HARKNESS
  58. Mr. E. S. P. HAYNES
  59. Mr. Thomas HORSFIELD
  60. Mrs. HORSFIELD
  61. Miss Grace HORSFIELD
  62. Master H. T. HORSFIELD
  63. Mr. F. H. IBBETSON
  64. Mr. F. W. JEWELL
  65. Mrs. JEWELL
  66. Mrs. Johnson
  67. Miss M. B. KENDALL
  68. Miss H. B. KENDALL
  69. Mr. F. J. KITCHELL
  70. Mr. B. R. KNIGHT
  71. Mrs. KNIGHT
  72. Mrs. J. M. DAVENPORT LANDER
  73. Mrs. J: E. LAW
  74. Mr. E. C. Lee
  75. Mrs. D. MARVIN
  76. Mr. John H. McCARTHY
  77. Mrs. McCARTHY
  78. Miss EMILY J. Mills
  79. Miss BETSY A. Mills
  80. Mr. J. GRAFTON MINOT
  81. Mrs. MINOT
  82. Master J. GRAFTON MINOT and Maid
  83. Mr. C. H. S. MIXER
  84. Mrs. MIXER
  85. Miss Mary A. MIXER
  86. Mr. G. Moore
  87. Mrs. Moore
  88. Mr. John H. MORRELL
  89. Mrs. MORRELL
  90. Miss Jessie MORRELL
  91. Miss AVIS M. Morrison
  92. Miss M. B. LE MOYNE
  93. Miss NORDENSTIERNA
  94. SISTER Mary O'FLAHERTY
  95. Mrs. S. H. OLMSTED
  96. Miss B. A. OFFEN
  97. Miss H. PAIRE
  98. Mr. J. Parker
  99. Mrs. J. A. Parker
  100. Mrs. C. B. PARMENTER
  101. Miss C. AugustA POPE
  102. Miss EMILY F. POPE
  103. Mrs. E. ROPES
  104. Mr. John Russell
  105. Mr. W. H. SCHAEFER
  106. Mrs. SCHAEFER
  107. Miss C. SEARS
  108. Miss Alice W. SEWALL
  109. Mr. R. W. SISE
  110. Mrs. SISE
  111. Mr. H. C. SOUTHWORTH
  112. Mrs. SOUTHWORTH
  113. Miss C. A. SPRINGE
  114. Mr. F. S. Stephen
  115. Mr. C. A. STEPHENS
  116. Miss O. B. Stewart
  117. Mr. James J. STORROW
  118. Mrs. STORROW
  119. Master J. J. STORROW
  120. Mr. J. D. STREET
  121. Mr. Stuart
  122. Miss Evelyn TURLEY
  123. SISTER TYONNE
  124. MRS, M. C. UPTON
  125. Mr. A. G VANSITTART
  126. Mrs. J. B. VERMYNE
  127. Mr. J. H. WARE
  128. Mrs. WARE
  129. Mr. W. H. Walker
  130. Mr. W. L. Washington
  131. Mrs. Washington and Maid
  132. Miss SARAH M. WELLS
  133. Mrs. H. B. WHEELWRIGHT
  134. Miss SARAH WHEELWRIGHT
  135. Miss Mary WHEELWRIGHT
  136. Mr. J. C. White
  137. Mrs. White
  138. Mrs. M. WHITNEY
  139. Mr. George WIGGLESWORTH
  140. Miss A. C. WIGGLESWORTH
  141. Mr. E. J. Williams
  142. Mr. H. G. Wilson
  143. Mrs. Wilson
  144. Mr. SIDNEY W. Winslow
  145. Mr. Winslow, Jr.
  146. Miss Winslow
  147. Mrs. K. P. WORMELEY

Dominion Line Fleet

Steamer (Twin-Screw) 13000 (building)

  • Commonwealth ..(Twin-Screw, 13000 (building)
  • New England ....(Twin-Screwl 11400
  • Canada (Twin-Screw) 9000
  • Dominion (Twin-Screw) 6618
  • Vancouver 5231
  • CAMBROMAN 5500

1899 Westbound Voyage - S.S. New England

  • Date of Voyage: 1899 October 12
  • Vessel: New England
  • Class: Saloon Passengers
  • Route: Liverpool » Queenstown » Boston
  • Captain: Not Listed
  • Number of Printed Pages: 4
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Saloon Passengers: Count not Reported
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 0
  • Notable Passengers: Not Researched
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions:12 x 18.9 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Not Listed - See Page 67

 

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