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Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd, S.S. George Washington, 14 December 1912

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. George Washington of the North German Lloyd, Departing 14 December 1912 from Bremen for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain Ch. Polack.

List of Cabin Passengers

Norddeutscher Lloyd / North German Lloyd

S.S. George Washington

Captain Ch. Polack

From Bremen to New York

via Southampton and Cherbourg
Saturday, 14 December 1912

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain Ch. Polack
  2. First Officer R. Wurpts
  3. Second Officer W Drechsel
  4. Second Officer E. Soer
  5. Second Officer W Oelrichs
  6. Third Officer E Schmitz
  7. Fourth Officer F Woerdemann
  8. Fourth Officer W. Gey
  9. Physician Dr Starke
  10. Physician Dr Brandt
  11. Chief Engineer D Lampe
  12. First Engineer E. Assmann
  13. Purser G Ahlers
  14. Purser Th. Schroder
  15. Purser W. Thiele
  16. Chief Steward O. Caesar
  17. Second Steward Second Class C. Larson
  18. Second Steward M. Oesterheld
  19. Second Steward K Arnold
  20. Second Steward L. Huck
  21. Second Steward J. WESTENOORF
  22. Second Steward Third Class J. Böttjer
  23. Chief Cook M Rolle
  24. Luggage MasterH. Helmers
  25. Traffic and Information Bureau Official: CH. Seghorn
  26. Telegraphist: H. Schafer
  27. Telegraphist: H. Keese
Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd S.S. George Washington 1912

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. Bert B. Adams
  2. Miss Grace Albert
  3. Mr. James Arrowsmith
  4. Miss Margar Baader
  5. Mr. G. R. Babb
  6. Mr. Fritz Bachmann
  7. Mrs. Fritz Bachmann
  8. Mr. F. Baer
  9. Mrs. F. Baer
  10. Mrs. W. H. Baldwin Jr.
  11. Miss Ruth S. Baldwin
  12. Mr. W. A. Ballard
  13. Mr. Harry Barthmann
  14. Mrs. Minnie K. Barthman
  15. Phyllis P. Barthman
  16. Muriel K. Barthman and Servant
  17. Mr. Lucian M. Bell
  18. Mr. F. R. Benson
  19. Mr. Alfred Berghoff
  20. Mr. W. Bianchi
  21. Mrs. W. Bianchi
  22. Mr. Wilhelm Bierling
  23. Mr. Martin Blamer
  24. Mr. C. C. Bolton Jr.
  25. Mrs. C. C. Bolton Jr.
  26. Mr. Roland Boquet
  27. Mr. Louis Bossard
  28. Mrs. Sarah Boyd
  29. Mr. C. A. Broad
  30. Miss K. Brossman
  31. Mr. C. B. Brown
  32. Mrs. C. B. Brown
  33. Mr. Donald W. Brown
  34. Mrs. Donald W. Brown
  35. Mr. L. Bruckmann
  36. Mr. William Bruns
  37. Mr. Carl Bubser
  38. Miss Vivian Butler Burk
  39. Mr. G. C. Cassels
  40. Mrs. L. H. Chapin
  41. Miss Chapin and Servant
  42. Rev. John Brittan Clark
  43. Mrs. Irene Woodbridge Clark
  44. Mr. David Cartwright Clark
  45. Mr. C. H. Clark
  46. Mrs. C. H. Clark
  47. H. Clark
  48. Mr. Harry De Col
  49. Mr. Craig
  50. Miss Bertha R. Craig
  51. Miss Harriet Crawford
  52. Mr. Henry Croll
  53. Mr. J. A. Cunningham
  54. Mr. A. J. Dale
  55. Mr. C. C. Degenhart
  56. Mr. John F. Dezell
  57. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Dickinson
  58. Mr. Carlo von Dobay
  59. Mrs. Carlo von Dobay
  60. Mr. Dudley D. Doernberg
  61. Miss Hortense Drummond
  62. Mr. M. Earley
  63. Miss Minnie M. Easthagen
  64. Mr. H. Nicolaus Edwards
  65. Mrs. H. Nikolaus Edwards
  66. Miss Einstein
  67. Mr. Charles H. Eiseler
  68. Mr. J. von Engelbrechten
  69. Mrs. J. von Engelbrechten
  70. Mr. J. Engle
  71. Mr. J. Esagle
  72. Mr. Charles G. Farney
  73. Mrs. Charles G. Farney
  74. Mr. R. L. Farnham
  75. Miss M. Fatmann and Servant
  76. Mr. Ferulli
  77. Mrs. Ferulli and Child
  78. Mr. W. E. Flory
  79. Mr. Julius Forstmann
  80. Miss Johanne Frevert
  81. Mr. Leo Friedrich
  82. Mr. Wolf Fuchs
  83. Mr. Hermann Fuld
  84. Mr. Walter Geisler
  85. Mrs. C. R. Genton
  86. Mr. M. J. Gerber
  87. Mrs. G. Gerhardt
  88. Mrs. H. van Klecck
  89. Gillmore Mr. Adolf Gitler
  90. Mr. J. E. Goldsmith
  91. Miss S. A. Goldsmith
  92. Mr. Charles Grimwood
  93. Mr. Lawrence J. Grinnell
  94. Mr. Fred Groh
  95. Mr. B. Gutmann
  96. Mrs. B. Gutmann
  97. Elizabeth Gutmann and Servant
  98. Frdulein P. E. Gordon
  99. Miss B. Hachler
  100. Mrs. Fanny Hamburger
  101. The Hon. Jas. A. Hamill
  102. Mrs. Jas. A. Hamill
  103. Mr. Ray Harroun
  104. Mr. Hashagen
  105. Mr. H. Hauptmann
  106. Mr. William Haueisen
  107. Miss Clara Haueisen
  108. Mrs. Chester Hayes
  109. Miss Frieda Hempel and Servant
  110. Mr. M. Herfurth
  111. Mr. Eugene Hilbert
  112. Mr. Jakob Hilder
  113. Mr. Bernard Hoersgen
  114. Miss Jessie Hofstetter
  115. Mr. Carl Holy
  116. Mr. William S. Honigbaum
  117. Mrs. William S. Honigbaum
  118. Miss IlkaKillisch vonHorn
  119. Rev. Mich. Jackovits
  120. Mr. Alfred Jahn
  121. Mrs. Elen James
  122. Miss A. Jardine
  123. Mr. D. C. Jeffery
  124. Carroll Joy
  125. Miss Mildred A. Joy
  126. Mr. A. Kasse
  127. Miss R. Kaufmann
  128. Mr. M. S. Keller
  129. Mr. J. S. Keller
  130. Mr. S. H. Kent
  131. Mr. Hofrat Julius Victor Klein
  132. Mr. Ernst Friedr. Klein
  133. Mrs. Ernst Friedr. Klein
  134. Mr. Victor Kliesrath
  135. Mr. L. F. Knerr
  136. Mrs. L. F. Knerr
  137. Mr. Sylvan B. Koffler
  138. Mrs. Sylvan B. Koffler
  139. Mr. Fred Kolb
  140. Mrs. A. V. Kolb
  141. Mr. Gustav Kramer
  142. Mrs. Dr. Lizzie F. Kretzschmar
  143. Mr. Chas. M. Kunz
  144. Mr. Paul Kuschewitz
  145. Mr. Walter Kyritz
  146. Mr. W. B. Lalor
  147. Mr. B. Lederer
  148. Mr. Irwing R. Lederer
  149. Mr. H. C. Lee
  150. Mr. Hillyard Lee
  151. Mr. J. Lewenthal
  152. Mrs. J. Lewenthal
  153. Mr. Chas. Lippmann
  154. Mr. Alphonse A. Lissner
  155. Mrs. Alphonse A. Lissner
  156. Mr. Otto J. Lof
  157. Mrs. S. Lorsch
  158. Miss E. S. Loveland
  159. Mrs. Emily Lowri
  160. Mr. S. Lubin
  161. Mrs. S. Lubin and Servant
  162. Mr. Anton Luers
  163. Miss Yvonne Lumley
  164. Mr. Alfred S. Mc Caskey
  165. Mr. H. B. Mc Cray
  166. Mrs. Anna B. Mac. Elwee
  167. Mr. H. D. Mc Faddin
  168. Miss H. Mac Giliendy
  169. Mrs. Hamilton McLean
  170. Miss Florence McLean
  171. Miss Marion McLean
  172. Mr. Abraham Mandel
  173. Mrs. Jane Marsh
  174. Miss Marguerite du Mary
  175. Mr. Marques de Casa Maury
  176. Mrs. Marquesa de Casa Maury and Servant
  177. Miss G. de Maury
  178. Mr. P. M. de Maury
  179. Mr. Richard Mayer
  180. Mr. Burgermeister
  181. Daniel Mayer (J. P.)
  182. Mr. Gustav Meissner
  183. Rev. Dr. Rich. J. W. Mekler
  184. Mr. Max Merten
  185. Mr. Max Merten
  186. Mr. Baron de Meyer und Diener
  187. Mrs. Baronin de Meyer und Dienerin
  188. Mr. Toby Meyer
  189. Mrs. Toby Meyer
  190. Miss Irma Meyer
  191. Mr. Samuel Meyer
  192. Miss Sophia Moneton
  193. Mr. C. J. Morgan
  194. Mrs. J. P. Morgan and Servant
  195. Mr. Sigismund H. Moses
  196. Mr. J. A. Nebel
  197. Mr. Leon Neumann
  198. Rev. Michael G. Nolan
  199. Mr. David Z. Norton
  200. Mrs. David Z. Norton and Servant
  201. Mr. Robert C. Norton
  202. Mr. Edward J. O'Brien
  203. Mrs. Edward J. O'Brien
  204. Mr. Generaldirektor von Okolowicz
  205. Miss Bertha Olivier
  206. Mr. Paul 011endorff
  207. Mr. Hugo Oppenheimer
  208. Miss Mae Osborn
  209. Miss J. M. Palmer
  210. Mr. F. C. Panke
  211. Mrs. F. C. Panke
  212. Mr. W. R. Perrin
  213. Mrs. W. R. Perrin
  214. Mr. A. H. Pierce
  215. Mrs. A. H. Pierce
  216. Rosamund Pierce and Servant
  217. Mr. L. S. de Pinna
  218. Mrs. A. W. Porter
  219. Mr. Wm. Prellwitz
  220. Miss Edith Pritchard
  221. Mr. F. L. Putnam
  222. Mrs. F. L. Putnam
  223. Mr. Alfr. Edw. Querinjean
  224. Mr. Kammersanger
  225. Prof. Leon Rains
  226. Miss Eugenia Randebrock
  227. Miss Auguste Randebrock
  228. Mr. Josef Rank
  229. Mr. Chas. G. Rathgen
  230. Mrs. Chas. G. Rathgen
  231. Mr. W. Reichert
  232. Mr. T. W. Rhode
  233. Mrs. T. W. Rhode
  234. Mr. Theodore C. Rochow
  235. Mr. J. Rosenthal
  236. Miss Jennie Rosner
  237. Mrs. E. F. Rourke
  238. Mr. Harry Sachs
  239. Mrs. Harry Sachs and Servant
  240. Miss Edith L. Sachs
  241. Mr. Theodor Salfner
  242. Mr. Satterfield
  243. Mrs. Satterfield
  244. Mr. Charles R. Scott
  245. Mrs. Charles R. Scott and Servant
  246. Mr. Ernest Seitz
  247. Miss Helen Seitz
  248. Mr. Herm. Siegel
  249. Kingston Singhai
  250. Mrs. Edith Singhi
  251. Mrs. de Sincay and children, and servants
  252. Mr. Chas. H. Smith
  253. Dr. Dorland Smith
  254. Miss Gretchen Sonderburg
  255. Mr. Riccardo de Soriano
  256. Mrs. Riccardo de Soriano
  257. Mr. Albert C. Sondime
  258. Mr. Davia Sylvia
  259. Mrs. N. C. Schlemmer
  260. Miss Anita Schlemmer
  261. Mr. Gustav Schlick
  262. Mr. G. R. Schmidt
  263. Mrs. G. R. Schmidt
  264. Mr. Wm. C. Schoenemann
  265. Mr. H. Schrader
  266. Mr. H. Schrader
  267. Mr. Alexander Schulz-Singer
  268. Mr. John S. Schweitzer
  269. Mr. Adolph Stapff
  270. Mr. Hermann Stein
  271. Mr. Erich Steinbach
  272. Mr. Richard J. Steiner
  273. Mr. Arthur J. Stephens
  274. Mrs. Stevens
  275. F. W. Stocker
  276. Mrs. Baronin Anna Strantz-Fuehring
  277. Mr. Charles Strauss
  278. Mrs. Emma G. Strouse

From Bremen To Southampton

  1. Mr. Aug. Ehlers
  2. Mr. G. Evans
  3. Mr. Oberingenieur Alfred Michael
  4. Mr. Direktor Fried. Noltenius
  5. Mr. Frank M. Trevoe
  6. Mr. Direktor Max Walter
  7. Mr. H. Walters

From Bremen To Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Direktor Friedr. Evers

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. Eduard Abels
  2. Mrs. Trventjen Alves
  3. Miss Hanna Anderson
  4. Mr. Georg Phil. Andrae
  5. Mr. Wilhelm Andrae
  6. Mrs. Zacharne Ankatyo
  7. Mr. W. Avdaloff
  8. Mr. Ernst Baehr
  9. Mr. Gyorgy Balazs
  10. Mr. Kalman Balcay
  11. Mrs. Anna Balcay
  12. Mrs. Simone Balint
  13. Mrs. Katharina Bange and Child
  14. Menasche Barth
  15. Miss Anna Barth
  16. Mr. Ernst Bartsch
  17. Mrs. Lilly Bartsch
  18. Miss Marya Beckato
  19. Mrs. Christine Becker
  20. Elisabeth Becker
  21. Mrs. Mary Beck
  22. Mr. Willy Beck
  23. Miss Mitzi Behm
  24. Miss Marie Benynk
  25. Mrs. Ilka Berger and Child
  26. Mr. Hermann Bernhard
  27. Mr. Frank Bertram
  28. Mrs. Elisabeth Bertram
  29. Miss Hildegard Berthold
  30. Mr. John Betts
  31. Mrs. Eva Betts
  32. Mrs. Gertraud Beyenberg
  33. Miss Gertrude F. Bisbee
  34. Mr. Charkel Bjelobrczky
  35. Mr. Moritz Bledy
  36. Mrs. Helene Blohm
  37. Mr. Wilhelm Bock
  38. Mr. Rudolf Bohumek
  39. Mrs. Henriette Bohumek
  40. Mr. Louis Bovet
  41. Mrs. M. Bright and Child
  42. Mr. Max Broszait
  43. Mrs. Anna Broszait
  44. Mr. Zvonimir Brovet
  45. Mrs. Dr. C. Brown
  46. Mrs. C. Brown
  47. Kind Brown
  48. Miss Anna Buck
  49. Mr. Gilbert Budden
  50. Mrs. Lena Bulter and Child
  51. Mr. Gottlob Buhner
  52. Miss Anna Burger
  53. Mr. Hajo Buss
  54. Miss Marie Chladek
  55. Mr. Martin Chmielewski
  56. Mr. Albert Cochet
  57. Mrs. Rosa Cohn
  58. Mrs. John Cserny
  59. Miss Cserny
  60. Mrs. Janosne Csernyicki
  61. Janos Csernyicki
  62. Mr. Edward Cunnigham
  63. Mrs. Maria Czechowicz
  64. Miss R. M. Day
  65. Miss A. Degering
  66. Mrs. C. Delahaye
  67. Mr. A. Derejian
  68. Mrs. A. Derejian
  69. Mr. Arnold Deutelbaum
  70. Miss Ella Deutelbaum
  71. Mr. Boris Deutscher and Familie
  72. Mr. Bonifacio de Diego
  73. Mr. Victor Dobra
  74. Rev. Wasyl Dobuszowski
  75. Mrs. Helene Dobuszowski
  76. Mrs. Susanna Drengac
  77. Mr. Max Drossel
  78. Mr. Josef Eisinger
  79. Mrs. Clara Eisenberg
  80. Miss Marta Elffors
  81. Mr. John Engelfried
  82. Mrs. Emilie Engelfried
  83. Mrs. Janosne Facsko
  84. Miss Eva Facsko
  85. Maria Fasko
  86. Mrs. Katalin Facsko
  87. Mrs. Amalie Fieber
  88. Miss Amalie Fieber
  89. Adolph Fieber
  90. Mr. Joseph Fidler
  91. Mr. Carl Fischer
  92. Mr. Johann Fleischmann
  93. Miss B. L. Flick
  94. Miss Marie Flore
  95. Mr. Boris Fraid Herr
  96. Dr. Alexander Friedemann
  97. Mrs. Rosi Friedmann
  98. Mr. Jenno Friedmann
  99. Ferencz Friedmann
  100. Mrs. Janina Gajda
  101. Miss Frieda Gebauer
  102. Mr. Heinrich Gerdes
  103. Mrs. G. E. Gibbings
  104. Mrs. Martha Gibbs-Hafermalz
  105. Trudchen Gibbs-Hafermalz
  106. Mr. Willy Gimple
  107. Miss Sonia Goldstein
  108. Miss Rosa Goldstein
  109. Mrs. Rozalia Gontarska
  110. Mr. Richard Gould
  111. Mrs. Anna Gould
  112. Mr. Peter Grabener
  113. Mrs. Barbara Grabnegger
  114. Mr. August Grahn
  115. Mr. John N. Greek
  116. Dr. Morris Greengard
  117. Mr. August Grieb
  118. Mrs. Emma Grieb
  119. Miss Ethel Gross
  120. Mrs. Dora Gross
  121. Mr. Moris Gruber
  122. Mr. Michael Gurjanski
  123. Mrs. Neanila Gurjanski
  124. Miss Fanny Haber
  125. Miss Josefa Haduch
  126. Miss Frieda Haecker
  127. Mr. Leonhard Haecker
  128. Mrs. Fani Haimowitz
  129. Mr. Jaromir Hanousek
  130. Mrs. Margaretha Harra
  131. Earl Stanley Haskell
  132. Mr. E. S. Haskell
  133. Mr. Herrmann Hausheer
  134. Mr. Charles A. Heergeist
  135. Miss Anna K. Heergeist
  136. Miss Lillian Heergeist
  137. Mrs. Sofia Hehn
  138. Miss Teres Hein
  139. Mr. Josef Hembera
  140. Miss Fster Henkind
  141. Mr. Fritz Heppe
  142. Mrs. Marie Heppe and Kind
  143. Marie Heppe
  144. Mr. Karl Hering
  145. Miss Lucy von Heymann
  146. Mr. Neville von Heymann
  147. Mrs. Paula Hoffmann
  148. Georg Hoffmann
  149. Peter Hoffmann
  150. Miss Emma Hofmann
  151. Mrs. Emilia Hohut
  152. Josef Hohut
  153. Mrs. Katharina Holozdorfer
  154. Mr. Josef Honig
  155. Mrs. Feige Honig
  156. Malke Honig
  157. Mrs. Marie Hoopmann
  158. Mr. L. J. Hort
  159. Mr. Adolf W. Horwitz
  160. Mrs. Anna Houdek and Child
  161. Jaroslav Houdek
  162. Mrs. Elise Hoyt
  163. Mrs. Marie Hrach
  164. Miss Ruzena Hrach
  165. Miss Barbora Hrach
  166. Bozena Hrach
  167. Zdenka Hrach
  168. Mr. Josef Hrach
  169. Mrs. Terese Hurska
  170. Mrs. Klara Hutter and Child
  171. Miss Charlotte Hutzel
  172. Miss Auguste Jacob
  173. Mr. Jan Janda
  174. Mrs. Marie Janda
  175. Mr. John Janssen
  176. Mrs. Helene Jantzen
  177. Mr. Moses Eisig Jarmusz
  178. Mr. Jar. Juppa
  179. Miss Anna Jurek
  180. Mrs. Bertha Jurisic and Kind
  181. Miss Ksenia iwanoczka
  182. Mr. Wilhelm Kaiser
  183. Mrs. Maria Kanya
  184. Mr. Karl Kauscher
  185. Mr. Hermann Kintzler
  186. Emma Kintzler
  187. Mr. Walter Kirsten
  188. Mr. Max Kleinschmidt
  189. Mrs. Susanne Klinkovic
  190. Mrs. Josefa Klub and Kind
  191. Wiktorya Klubek
  192. Miss Marie Knczurik
  193. Miss Marianne Kneiss
  194. Mr. Franz Kodousek
  195. Miss Franziska Kodytek
  196. Dr. Carl Kolb
  197. Miss Jadwiga,Kolenda
  198. Mr. Stefan Kon
  199. Mrs. Antonie Korner
  200. Luise Korner
  201. Friedrich Korner
  202. Mr. Lubomil Kosminski
  203. Mr. Leiser Kotin
  204. Mrs. Marie Kovacs
  205. Miss Julie Kovacs
  206. Mr. Leopold Krause
  207. Mrs. Therese Krausz
  208. Lui Krausz
  209. Mrs. Marie Krejci and Kind
  210. Mr. Adam Krishof
  211. Miss Anna Krogius
  212. Miss Anna Krogus
  213. Miss Maria Kuczorik
  214. Miss Elisabeth Kupper
  215. Miss Gusta Ladenheim
  216. Mr. R. Langworth
  217. Mr. C. Larkin
  218. Mr. Josef Lauer
  219. Mr. Josef Latker
  220. Mrs. Sara Latker
  221. Mr. Josef Ledl
  222. Mrs. Barbara Lelandais
  223. Mr. Naftali Lemfeld
  224. Mr. Wilhelm Lemfeld
  225. Miss Soshe Lewin
  226. Mr. William F. Lewis
  227. Mr. Anton Lier
  228. Mr. Roman Litynski
  229. Mr. Josef Lopaty
  230. Miss Costantina Di Lorenzo
  231. Mr. Vojtech Losenicky
  232. Mrs. Zofia Lotowycz
  233. Mr. Jakob Lump
  234. Mrs. Anna Lump
  235. Miss Lump
  236. Mr. Anton Lyer
  237. Miss N. Magkakian
  238. Mr. Stefan Makar
  239. Mr. Geo Manheimer and Kind
  240. Mr. Leonhard Mann
  241. Mr. Italo Marchiony
  242. Mrs. Elvira Marchiony
  243. Mrs. Caroline Marcus
  244. Mr. Mendel Margulis
  245. Mrs. Liza Margulis
  246. Mrs. Anezka Masin
  247. Marie Masin
  248. Mr. Paul Mausert
  249. Mr. Mc Clay
  250. Mrs. Mc Clay
  251. Mrs. Severin Meiro
  252. Miss Sofia Meiro
  253. Miss Lulla Meiro
  254. Miss Lilly Menke
  255. Mr. Anton Merta
  256. Mrs. Anna Merta
  257. Mrs. Anna Merta
  258. Anna Merta
  259. Marie Merta
  260. Mr. Adolf Meyer
  261. Mr. Sebastian Michl
  262. Mrs. Therese Michl
  263. Miss Anna Michl
  264. Miss Tini Mischitz
  265. Mr. Josip Modric
  266. Mrs. Stefania Modric
  267. Mr. Georg Moldovan
  268. Mrs. Taube Moses
  269. Miss Marie Mudra
  270. Miss Kazimiera Mysko
  271. Miss Bronislava Naprawa
  272. Mr. Richard Naumann
  273. Miss Edith M. Nebe
  274. Mr. August Neldert
  275. Mrs. Bertha Neldert
  276. Mrs. Mary W. Nicklaus
  277. Dr. Paul Niggli
  278. Nelly Nikolasy
  279. Mr. Franz Novak
  280. Mr. Christian Nowka
  281. Mrs. Marie Nowka
  282. Mr. Georg W. Oettel
  283. Miss Alice Oehl
  284. Mrs. Josefine Otto
  285. Margarethe Otto
  286. Mr. Adolf Paech
  287. Mrs. Paech
  288. Miss Else Paech
  289. Mr. Max Paffrath
  290. Miss Emilie Palic
  291. Mr. Johann Palic
  292. Mrs. Marie Palic and Kind
  293. Paul Palic
  294. Julius Palic
  295. Mrs. Anastazia Papp
  296. Mrs. Marie Pavlech
  297. Ladislaus Pavlech
  298. Kristina Pavlus
  299. Johann Pavlus
  300. Mr. Antoni Pawalski
  301. Rev. Michael Pazdrey
  302. Mrs. Agnes Pejpa
  303. Mrs. Helene Petermann
  304. Mrs. Mathilde Peters
  305. Mrs. Auguste Pflock
  306. Hans Pflock
  307. Miss Ilona Pillar
  308. Mr. Adolf Pistic
  309. Mrs. Susanne Plic
  310. Mrs. Adele Plonski and Child
  311. Adele Plonski
  312. Mrs. Marie Pokorny and Child
  313. Mrs. Elena Prata and Children
  314. Mr. Jiri Prokop
  315. Mrs. Marie Proks
  316. Vlasta Proks
  317. Jarnula Proks
  318. Miss Anna Prucci
  319. Miss Anna Psotka
  320. Miss Augusta Rajcsan
  321. Mr. Hermann Ramp
  322. Miss Ruzena Rapos
  323. Mr. Fritz Rau
  324. Mrs. Kathe Rau
  325. Frieda Rau
  326. Sophie Rau
  327. Emilie Rau
  328. Mr. Reinhold Reichardt
  329. Mrs. Marie Reichardt
  330. Miss Marie Reichel
  331. Miss Maud N. Reid
  332. Mr. Florian Reingruber
  333. Mrs. Terez Reingruber
  334. Miss Lee. Reiss
  335. Mrs. Feige Rejles
  336. Miss Sara Rejles
  337. Mr. W. Rennie
  338. Mr. Johann Reuter
  339. Mrs. Richter and Kinder
  340. Mr. Raffael Riegier
  341. Mr. Wilhelm Roesch
  342. Mr. Hans Rommelt
  343. Mr. Isace Rosental
  344. Miss Madeleine Rossel
  345. Mr. Emil Ruosch
  346. Mr. Josef Ruosch
  347. Mr. Emil Ryba
  348. Mr. Emil Ryba
  349. Mr. Karl Safari
  350. Mrs. Marie Sale
  351. Frieda Sale
  352. Harry Sale
  353. Max Sale
  354. Mr. Georg Sauer
  355. Mr. Heinrich Sauer
  356. Miss Stella Sauer
  357. Miss Thekla Seufert
  358. Miss Rosa Seufert
  359. Mr. A. W. Sexsmith
  360. Mrs. Rosalie Silberstein
  361. Malie Silberstein
  362. Salomon Silberstein
  363. Elfriede Simon
  364. Mr. Mihaly Sipas
  365. Mrs. Zofie Smejkal and Child
  366. !Ilia Smejkal
  367. Mr. Alex Smith
  368. Mr. Josef Speck
  369. Mr. Gyorgy Suto
  370. Mr. Janos Scheneker
  371. Mrs. Peres Scheneker and Child
  372. Eva Scheneker
  373. Teres Scheneker
  374. Mr. Maurice Schiff
  375. Mr. Johann Schink
  376. Mr. Hubert Schmidt
  377. Mr. Kurt Schoenert
  378. Mrs. Kurt Schoenert
  379. Mr. Alfred Schroder
  380. Sister Elise Schwabe
  381. Sister Katharina Schwabe
  382. Mr. Fritz Schwarm
  383. Mrs. Pauline Schwarzbach
  384. Rev. Wasyl Stecink
  385. Mrs. Kateryna Stecink
  386. Mrs. Marie Stehlik
  387. Josef Stehlik
  388. Miss Marie Stehno
  389. Mr. Salomon Steinberg
  390. Mrs. Karoline Stelmach
  391. Mieczyslav Stelmach
  392. Rev. Ivan Stipanovic
  393. Mrs. Margit Stuprich
  394. Mr. Fritz Temme
  395. Miss Francis Texcate
  396. Mr. Erwin Thiel
  397. Mrs. Elisabeth Thompson
  398. Mrs. Katerina Tuma and Kind
  399. Marie Tuma
  400. Miss Ruzena Valenta
  401. Mr. Franz Valenta
  402. Mr. H. Veerkamp
  403. Mrs. H. Veerkamp
  404. M. Veerkamp
  405. Mr. Josef Vidra
  406. Mrs. Anna Vidra
  407. Anna Vidra
  408. Mr. Oscar Voelkli
  409. Mrs. Anna M. Vogel
  410. Mr. Andreas Vornkahl
  411. Mr. Anton Vyhnanek
  412. Mrs. Anna Vyhnanek
  413. Rudolf Vyhnanek
  414. Mr. J. Ernst Wagner
  415. Miss Emma Waltke
  416. Mrs. Borbala Waliner
  417. Mr. E. Wassilewski
  418. Mr. Chas. Webster
  419. Mrs. Chas. Webster
  420. Miss Regina Werndorfer
  421. Miss Gisella Werndorfer
  422. Miss Rosalia Werndorfer
  423. Mrs. Emma Wick
  424. Edward Wick
  425. Dr. H. G. Willard
  426. Mrs. H. G. Willard
  427. D. Willard
  428. Miss Kunigunde Wilhelms
  429. Miss Hanna Winkler
  430. Carl Wittmann
  431. Mrs. Emilie Wohnhaus
  432. Hermann Wohnhaus
  433. Miss Theodore Zahner
  434. Mr. Franz Zahrobsky
  435. Mrs. Feri Zala
  436. Miss Leontine Zala
  437. Irene Zala
  438. Miklos Zala
  439. Miss Reizel Zebaltowsky
  440. Mr. Schloma Zebaltowsky
  441. Mr. Ruwen Zodikow
  442. Mrs. Pesche Zodikow
  443. Mr. Georg Zirngibl
  444. Mrs. Sabina Zywaczawska and Kind

Traffic Office

At this office on board Passengers are furnished with information regarding travel in general.

The TRAFFIC Office is open: for First Cabin Passengers from 10 a. m. to 12 noon
and " 4 p. m. " 6 p. m.

The official of the Traffic Office will hold himself at the disposal of the Second Cabin Passengers from 9 a. m. to 10 a. m. and " 3 p. m. r" 4 p. m. in the Second Class Smoking Room.

Information for Cabin Passengers

The object of the following rules being to provide for the comfort and safety of Passengers, their strict observance is urgently requested.

Passengers are requested to comply with the orders of the Captain and/or his officers who are responsible for both th safethy of the ship and Passengers and the comfort and order on board.

Change of Cabins. Passengers wishing to change their Cabins on board are requested to apply to the Purser, who has the sole charge of vacant accommodation.
Meals. First Saloon Passengers are served in the large Dining Room.

  • Breakfast from 7.30 a. m. to 10 a. m.
  • Lunch from 12 noon to 2 p. m.
  • Dinner from 6 p. m. to 8.30 p. m

Meals are served a la carte at any time during the above mentioned hours at small tables for 2-4, 5, 6-8 persons. Besides this, a fixed menu is served both at lunch and at dinner. Any particular wishes with regard to special dishes will be satisfied so far as circumstances permit. Passengers are requested to apply to the Chief Steward in this respect.

Children are served in the Childrens' Dining Room. Breakfast 8 a. m. to 10 a. m., Lunch at 12 noon, Dinner at 6 p. m.

Servants, not attending the children, are served in the Childrens' Dining Room. Breakfast from 8 a. m. to 10 a. m., Lunch at 1 p. m., Dinner at 7 p. m.

Tables, as well as seats, may be reserved beforehand upon application to the Chief Steward.

Meals are not served in the cabin or on deck, unless the passenger is prevented through sickness from coming to the Dining Room.

A good selection of various drinks at moderate prices is carried on board. Drinks brought on board by the Passengers will not be served in the Dining Room.
The Dining Room is closed after 11 p. m.

The Reading and Social Rooms are opened to the Passengers until 11.30 p. m. The Vienna Cafés and Smoking Room are closed at midnight, the bars at 11.45 p. m.

Baggage: Only small parcels and hand baggage in limited quantity may be taken into the staterooms. Trunks and other bulky articles must be stored in the baggage-room, to which Passengers have daily access if accompanied by an officer or the baggage master.

Money, valuables, documents etc., duly sealed or enclosed in an envelope bearing the name of the owner, may be handed to the Purser for safe keeping during the voyage, but without any guarantee on the part of the Company. The Purser will give a receipt on demand. On the steamers "Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse", "Kronprinz Wilhelm", "Kaiser Wilhelm II.", "Kronprinzessin Cecilie", "George Washington" and "Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm" cabin Passengers may place their valuables in safes which are placed at their disposal against payment of $ 1.—=Marks 4.—.

Library: There is a library on board at the disposal of the First and Second cabin Passengers. A list of the books will be found in the Saloons.

Bath-Rooms: Passengers wishing to make use of the bath-rooms are requested to write their names and the hour of bathing upon the list in the antechamber to the bath-rooms.

Doctor. A duly qualified Doctor is on board who will attend, free of charge, to Passengers falling sick during the voyage. However, the physician is entitled to ask for his fee from those First cabin Passengers who come on board ill.

Barber and Ladies Hair Dresser. A fixed tariff is to be consulted in the Barber's room. A similar tariff is to be found in the Ladies' Hair' Dressing Saloon.

CIGARS, Cigarettes and PLAYING Cards are obtainable in the Smoking Room at fixed prices.

Smoking is permitted only in the Smoking-rooms and on deck. It is strictly prohibited below deck, in the saloons or in the state-rooms.

Correspondence. Telegrams and cables to be despatched from the ports of call are to be handed to the Purser. Wireless messages are to be given in at the special wireless telegraph office on board ship.

Letters and post cards may be posted at any of the letter boxes on board. The time of collection is indicated on the boxes.

The UNIVERSAL Postal Union Regulations apply to the mail posted on board.

20 Pf. German stamp for letters on steamers sailing
10 Pf. German stamp for postal cards towards America.

Postal stamps are obtainable either at the Post Office on board or from the stewards in the Smoking and Writing Rooms.

The Chief Steward is charged with the distribution of incoming post. Parcels are delivered either by the Baggage Master or by the sea-post officials.

In their own interest, Passengers should call upon the Chief Steward before leaving the steamer both to enquire whether any correspondence is awaiting them and to leave their address for later despatches.

Letters and telegrams may be directed in co any of the company's agents.

Deck WIND SHELTERS. Special attention is called to the Wind shelters provided on the upper Promenade Deck of the Express Steamers, enabling Passengers to remain comfortably on deck even in severe weather. This new invention is patented in all countries.

PASTIMES and Games are provided on board.

Deck Chairs and TRAVELLING Rugs: can be hired on bord of the Deck stewards at a Marge of $ 1 = sh. 4 = Marks 4 = Frs. 5 each for the voyage to New York.

Service. Passengers are requested in their own interest, to submit any complaints they may have to make to the captain at the time of his daily round.

Wireless Telegraphy on Board

The Wireless Telegraph station on board this steamer is in daily touch with all parts of the World, either through the Coast Stations direct, or indirectly through the medium of passing steamers. The names of the Coast Stations, as well as those of the steamers with which connection is expected during the day, are made known to Passengers by means of notices posted up in various parts of the ship.

Besides ordinary wireless messages, so-called "ocean letters" can be sent from the ship at comparatively low rates. The message is transmitted by wireless telegraphy to a steamer sailing in the opposite direction, taken by it to its next port of call and thence forwarded to the addressee by post.

Such letter-telegrams cannot be transmitted To Passengers.

All particulars respecting modes of transmission, duration, tariff, etc. can be obtained on application at the station on board.

All enquiries, complaints, etc. must be addressed to the German Wireless Telegraphy Co. Ltd., Tempelhofer Lifer 9, Berlin SW 61, which is entrusted with the Wireless telegraphy Service on all the ships of the North German

Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit

The increasing popularity of these arrangements has led the Norddeutscher Lloyd considerably to extend the system.

Intending Passengers have now the following at their disposal according to the starting point or destination of their journey:

  • INTERNATIONALE REISESCHECKS, in MARKS (in denominations of A 50, 100 and 200), issued in Germany
  • Travellers' Checks, in DOLLARS (in denominations of $ 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200) issued in the United States
  • MANDATS DE Voyage, in FRANCS (in denominations of Frs. 50, 100 and 200) issued in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and other countries of the Latin Union
  • CIRCULAR NOTES, in STERLING (in denominations of i" 5, 10 and 20) issued in all the countries of the world

All of these can be cashed without deduction at any of the 5000 offices mentioned in the list of correspondents.

Letters of CREDIT will be issued for such amounts as may be desired, payment of which will be made by any agent of the Norddeutscher Lloyd.

Further information will be willingly supplied on application to the Norddeutscher Lloyd, Central-Abteilung, Bremen or to any agent of the Company.

Warning against professional Gamblers

The North German Lloyd desires to call the attention of the travelling public to the fact that certain persons, believed to be professional gamblers, are in the habit of travelling to and fro in transatlantic steamships.

The North German Lloyd, while not wishing to interfere in the slightest degree with the freedom of action of the patrons of its Line, invites their assistance in discouraging games of chance as being likely to afford these individuals special opportunities to take unfair advantage of others.

December 1912 Westbound Voyage - S.S. George Washington

Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd S.S. George Washington 1912
  • Date of Voyage: 1912 December 14 - 26
  • Vessel: George Washington
  • Class: First and Second Cabin Passengers
  • Route: Bremen » Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Captain: Ch. Polack
  • Number of Printed Pages: 36 (Paginated)
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • First Cabin Passengers (Note 1): Count not Reported
    • Second Cabin Passengers: Count not Reported
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff : 27
  • Language(s): German (Some English)
  • Dimensions: 12.4 x 18.4 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 162, Column 2
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