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Passenger List, North German Lloyd, S.S. Europa, 13 June 1936

Tourist and Third Class Passenger List for the S.S. Europa of Norddeutscher Lloyd, Departing 13 June 1936 From Bremen for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain A. Ahrens.

List of Tourist and Third Class Passengers
Norddeutscher Lloyd / North German Lloyd
S.S. Europa
Captain A. Ahrens
From Bremen to New York
via Southampton and Cherbourg
Saturday, 13 June 1936

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: A. Ahrens
  2. LTDR. First Officer: H. Lorenz
  3. LTDR. Engineer: H. Eints
  4. LTDR. Purser: H. W. Müller
  5. Purser Tourist Class: K. Rohde
  6. Purser Third Class: H. Grosser
  7. First Physician: Dr. J. v. Geyr
  8. Registered Nurse: [Name Omitted]
  9. Information Office Official: W. de Haas
  10. Special Traveler Service: Miss Elly Dackau
  11. LTDR. Chief Steward: H. Trantofsky
  12. Chief Steward Tourist Class: Th. Oehlrich
  13. Chief Steward Third Class: O. Dunkel
  14. Chief Steward for Restaurant: A. Meierhans
  15. LTDR. Head Chef: C. Wagner
  16. First Radio Officer: D. Berbig

“Special Travel Service”
A Special Service Secretary on board will advise and assist passengers making their first visit to a foreign country. This service is also available for travellers with whatever special purpose in view, such as business, social, educational etc. This office is prepared to give any information gratis and, if possible, to assist in bringing the passenger in touch with the desired persons or firms.

List of Tourist Class Passengers

Front Cover, Passenger List, North German Lloyd, S.S. Europa, 13 June 1936

  1. Mr. Waldemar Adams
  2. Mr. Christian Ahrens
  3. Mrs. Aitken
  4. Mr. August Andre
  5. Mrs. Isabelle Andre
  6. Miss Lois Bacon
  7. Mrs. Dina Barabas
  8. Mr. E. Bartram
  9. Mrs. Gertrude Bartram
  10. Mr. Edward Bartram
  11. Mrs. Reese Bates
  12. Mr. Erwin Baumer
  13. Mrs. Baumer
  14. Mr. Wilhelm Baustian
  15. Mr. Carl Becher
  16. Mrs. Rose Becher
  17. Mr. Robert Biberti
  18. Miss Genevieve Bird
  19. Mrs. Maria Blesse
  20. Mr. Erwin Bootz
  21. Mr. Peny Borthwick
  22. Miss Berta Bouk
  23. Mr. Charles Bray
  24. Mrs. Mina Bray
  25. Miss Edith Breese
  26. Mr. Landgerichtsrat
  27. Dr. Hans Brunn
  28. Mr. Richard Burmeister
  29. Mrs. Margit Campbell
  30. Mr. Dr. Leo Casagrande
  31. Mr. Eugene Cawood
  32. Mrs. Cawood
  33. Miss Dora Clarke
  34. Mr. Charles Corvin
  35. Mr. Brian Curtis
  36. Mrs. Curtis
  37. Mr. Gaston Dalby
  38. Mr. Dalton
  39. Mrs. Dalton
  40. Mr. John Dienner
  41. Miss Daria Dobushovsky
  42. Mr. Regierungsrat
  43. Joachim Ehrenberg
  44. Mr. Charles Ellery
  45. Miss Lois Elliman
  46. Mr. Lutz Erlenbach
  47. Mr. Joseph Evans
  48. Mrs. Hermine Evans
  49. Mary Evans
  50. Edward Evans
  51. Frederic Evans
  52. Mr. Dr. Gerald Flaun
  53. Mr. Rudolf Fuge
  54. Mr. Dr. John Gainer
  55. Mr. Plythe Gardner
  56. Mr. E. Gehrmann
  57. Mrs. George
  58. Mr. Oscar Goebel
  59. Miss von Goeckingk
  60. Mrs. Stephanie Goldfeder
  61. Mr. Ernst von Gottstein
  62. Mr. Dr. Robert Graves
  63. Mr. John Greene
  64. Mrs. Greene
  65. Mrs. Marie Haenni
  66. Mr. J. Hansen
  67. Mrs. Hansen
  68. Mr. Alfred Hartwell
  69. Mrs. Hartwell
  70. Mrs. Haskell
  71. Mr. John Heideman
  72. Mrs. Louise Helm
  73. Miss Gertrud Helm
  74. Mr. Otto Hesse
  75. Mrs. Maria Hesse
  76. Mrs. Alice Hessel
  77. Mr. Diedrich Hillmann
  78. Mrs. Dorothee Hillmann
  79. Miss Emmy Hof
  80. Mr. Dr. Henry Howe
  81. Mr. Frank Jarvis
  82. Mrs. Jarvis
  83. Mrs. Sarah Johnson
  84. Mr. Dr. Hans Kadelbach
  85. Mr. Kamayaghi
  86. Mr. Tamejuki Kawabata
  87. Mrs. Elisabeth Kiefer
  88. Miss Patricia Kirtle
  89. Mr. Ernst Klemm
  90. Mr. Mitsuza Kobayashi
  91. Mr. Erich Koch
  92. Mr. Prof. Dr. Franz Koegler
  93. Mr. Eduard Koerner
  94. Mr. Jan de Kok
  95. Mrs. Charlotte de Kok
  96. Miss Marie Kovacs
  97. Miss Emilie Kraemer

To Southampton

  1. Miss Florence Bahns
  2. Mrs. Elise Brasch
  3. Mr. Paul Bruck-Messel
  4. Miss Cristel Dalades
  5. Mrs. Dorothea Engelhausen
  6. Miss Ortrun Engelhausen
  7. Mrs. Majorie Evans
  8. Mrs. Dorothea Feiner
  9. Mr. Werner Glaser
  10. Mrs. Martha Grungut-Reuter
  11. Mr. Duncan Hayes
  12. Mrs. Margaret Hayes
  13. Miss Edith Heussner
  14. Miss Mary Ivess
  15. Mrs. Ethel Jaeger
  16. Miss Modesta Kellerhoff
  17. Miss Annemarie Koch
  18. Mr. Paul Kotthoff
  19. Mr. Karl Krochmann
  20. Mrs. Hanna Krochmann
  21. Miss Liselott Kupfer
  22. Miss Liselotte Leon
  23. Mr. Dr. Herbert Loewinberg
  24. Miss Matilde Loewinberg
  25. Mr. George Makin
  26. Miss Irmgard Mang
  27. Mrs. Jessie Mercer
  28. Miss Elfriede Meyer
  29. Mr. William Milward
  30. Mrs. Lena Milward
  31. Miss Doreen Mitchell
  32. Miss Gisela Neugebauer
  33. Mr. B. Pabel
  34. Mr. Hermann Poppelbaum
  35. Mr. William Powell
  36. Mrs. Nellie Powell
  37. Mr. Ralph Rüge
  38. Miss Eva Siegel
  39. Mr. Herbert Singer
  40. Mr. Joachim Schoenfeld
  41. Miss Rosa Schlund
  42. Mr. Professor Georg Steindorff
  43. Mrs. Elise Steindorff
  44. Mr. Richard Tand
  45. Miss Gisela Werkmeister
  46. Mrs. Lucie Willoughry
  47. Mrs. Agnes Wrigt
  48. Miss Marianesse Wuebbena

To Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Carl Biehe
  2. Mrs. Biehe

Ships List of Third Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Magdalena Adam
  2. Mr. Paul Attula
  3. Mrs. Wilhelmine Bazewski
  4. Mrs. Erna Beese und Kind
  5. Mr. Frances Belcik
  6. Judith Belcik
  7. Mrs. Paula Betz
  8. Mrs. Marie Bodler
  9. Mrs. Boes
  10. Miss Sofie Bogner
  11. Mr. Robert Bontflour
  12. Mrs. Mary L. K. Bontflour
  13. Mr. Gottfried Braun
  14. Mrs. Braun
  15. Mrs. Marie Brozek
  16. Mr. Otto Burneleit
  17. Mr. Butterwarth
  18. Mr. J. Ferrell Colton
  19. Mr. Culling
  20. Mr. Eduard Decker
  21. Mrs. Gisela Diez
  22. Mrs. Rafira Dobrila
  23. Mrs. Creszentia Dörfler
  24. Mrs. Emilie Drewke
  25. Mrs. Frida Düren
  26. Mr. Karl Eckhard
  27. Mrs. Katarina Eckhard
  28. Olga Ehrhardt
  29. Miss Gertrud Eisei
  30. Mr. Ernst Fehrmann
  31. Mrs. Fehrmann
  32. Mr. S. W. Fisher
  33. Mrs. Fisher
  34. Mrs. Dorothy Fleiss
  35. Mrs. Elsa Fliegel
  36. Mrs. Else Friedrich
  37. Mr. Carl Früh
  38. Mr. George Fugmann
  39. Franz Fugmann
  40. Mr. Albert H. Garretson
  41. Mrs. Martha Gensheimer
  42. Mr. Albert Gerriets
  43. Mrs. Frieda Gerriets
  44. Henry Gerriets
  45. Miss Maria Glaser
  46. Mr. Raimund Th. Gmeindl
  47. Mr. Gottlob Goll
  48. Mr. Andrea A. Gomez
  49. Mrs. Leonore Billroth Gottlieb
  50. Mr. Joh. Friedr. Greim
  51. Mr. Carl Greiwing
  52. Mr. Reinhold Gutsche
  53. Mrs. Margarete Gutsche
  54. Miss Susie Hanuseck
  55. Miss Margaret Harrison
  56. Mrs. J. M. Harvest
  57. Mr. Kurt Hauser
  58. Miss Hedwig Heiss
  59. Mr. Arthur Heymann
  60. Miss Anna Hoffmann
  61. Mrs. Minna Holl
  62. Mr. Joseph Hornik
  63. Mrs. Josephine Hornik
  64. Milan Hornik
  65. Josef Hornik
  66. Blanche Hornik
  67. Mr. Josef Horvath
  68. Mr. George D. Hugenberg
  69. Mrs. Hugenberg
  70. Mr. Joseph Javorsky
  71. Mrs. Anna Jedneit
  72. Mr. Wilhelm Jedneit
  73. Mr. Hans Georg Jedneit
  74. Mrs. H. A. Jonathan
  75. Mr. George Jörgensen
  76. Mr. Leo Kern
  77. Mrs. Kern
  78. Helmut Klane
  79. Mrs. Anna Kleemannn
  80. Egon Kleemann
  81. Miss ElisabethKlingenburg
  82. Miss Wilhelmine Knaul
  83. Mrs. Marie F. Koker
  84. Mr. John T. Kola
  85. Miss Olga Kolb
  86. Mrs. Paulina Koponen
  87. Mr. Steve Kovacs
  88. Mr. Rev. Andrej Kovalsky
  89. Mr. Felix Krause
  90. Mr. Hans Krause
  91. Miss Erna Lämmer
  92. Mrs. Maria Langer
  93. Miss Hilda Lapple
  94. Mr. Florian Lechner
  95. Mrs. Elisabeth Lehberger
  96. Helmut Lehberger
  97. Mr. Hermann Leicht
  98. Mr. Eugen Letzgus
  99. Mr. Alois Maas
  100. Miss Mary F. Mack
  101. Mrs. Seraphine Mahnke
  102. Evelyn Mahnke
  103. Mr. Juozas Marcinkevicins
  104. Mrs. Marwinski
  105. Mr. McGregoire
  106. Mrs. Mc Gregoire
  107. Mr. Geirge W. Mc Kenzie
  108. Mr. John Mennen
  109. Mr. Hugo Moreth
  110. Mrs. Elisabeth Moreth
  111. Miss Berta Mueller
  112. Mr. Franz Müller
  113. Mr. Robert Müller
  114. Mrs. Martha Müller
  115. Miss Charlotte Müller
  116. Miss Ursula Müller
  117. Mrs. Murnane
  118. Murnane
  119. Mrs. Elizabeth Neubauer
  120. Mr. Karl Neuberger
  121. Mrs. Josefa Neuberger
  122. Mr. Wolfgang Neuberger
  123. Mr. Josef Obermayr
  124. Miss Margaret A. O’Comer
  125. Mrs. Maria E. Oelofse
  126. Mr. Josef Ofcarcik
  127. Mr. Ferdinand Paulsen
  128. Mrs. Anna Pavlik
  129. Mr. Kurt Pawlik
  130. Mr. Johann Polt
  131. Mr. Diedrich Poppe
  132. Mr. Powell
  133. Mrs. Powell
  134. Powell
  135. Miss Josefine Prasser
  136. Miss Rosa Pummer
  137. Mr. Johann Rauschenberger
  138. Mrs. Magdalena Rauschenberger
  139. Franz Rauschenberger
  140. Mrs. Paula Redderson
  141. Mr. Johann Reindl
  142. Mrs. Rosa Reindl
  143. John Rudolf Reindl
  144. Mrs. Selma Reissmann
  145. Mr. James Richmond
  146. Mr. D. Robertson
  147. Mr. William Rosenthal
  148. Miss Anna Rothmann
  149. Mr. Dr. H. Rynders
  150. Mrs. Elsie Semmens
  151. James Semmens
  152. Mr. Sheiry
  153. Mr. Kurt Siemon
  154. Mr. Theodor Spies
  155. Mr. Michael Schierle
  156. Mrs. Jenny Schierle
  157. Miss Magdalene Schindlbeck
  158. Mrs. Helene Schlör
  159. Mr. Georg Schmidt
  160. Mrs. Elisabeth Schmidt
  161. Mrs. Anna Schmidt
  162. Mrs. Marta Schmiedl
  163. Mr. Alois Schmitt
  164. Mrs. Magdalene Schmitt
  165. Alois Schmitt
  166. Mr. Carl R. Schneider
  167. Mrs. Frieda Schoder
  168. Miss Liselotte Schoder
  169. Mrs. Mina Schoellmann
  170. Mrs. Gertrud Schulten
  171. Mrs. Margarete Schumacher
  172. Wolfgang Schumacher
  173. Mrs. Margarete Schumacher
  174. Schumacher
  175. Mrs. Berta Ständle
  176. Mrs. Anna Steibel
  177. Mr. Friedrich Steinhoff
  178. Mrs. Frieda Stetiger
  179. Heinrich Stenger
  180. Eugen Stenger
  181. Mr. Johann Fr. Stier
  182. Florence Strack
  183. Mrs. Karoline Strothenke
  184. Mr. Karl Tenkhoff
  185. Miss Maria Toman
  186. Mr. Josef Trabold
  187. Mr. Rudolf J. Tuerk
  188. Mr. P. Turbrick
  189. Mr. Paul Valent
  190. Mrs. Julia Valent
  191. Mrs. Anna Vogel
  192. Mr. Joseph Wadsworth
  193. Mr. Kurt Wagner
  194. Mr. Hermann Walter
  195. Mr. Erich Weber
  196. Mrs. M. Weston
  197. Mrs. Anna Wiemann
  198. Mr. John Wilhelm
  199. Miss Elisabetha Wilhelm
  200. Mrs. Katharina Wimmer
  201. Mrs. Ida Winterhalter
  202. Mr. W. Winthrop
  203. Mr. Dr. D. Wiss
  204. Mrs. Christine Wöhner
  205. Mr. Georg Zacher
  206. Mrs. Mary Zacher
  207. Mary Zacher Zacher
  208. Mr. Josef Zacher
  209. Mrs. Anna Zacher
  210. Marianne Zacher
  211. Miss Antonia Zalcova
  212. Mr. Franz Zanda
  213. Mrs. Minna Zenker

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Charles Hewer
  2. Gretje Menken
  3. Miss Anna Sibbersen

Information for Passengers

Letters and Telegrams. The incoming mail will be distributed in the Chief Steward's office.
Letters for passengers will be brought on board at the port of arrival before the passengers land. In their own interest, therefore, passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.

Before leaving the ship passengers are recommended to leave their address at the Chief Steward's office, so that all mail arriving after their departure may be forwarded on to them.
Letters and telegrams may be directed in c/o any of the Company's agents.

Telegrams and radiograms to be despatched from the next port are accepted at the ship's wireless station.

Landing Formalities in the U.S.A.

a) Visitors.
Before leaving the ship passengers must show their landing-card together with their passport to the U.S. Immigration Inspector.

b) Immigrants.
Besides the above-mentioned documents, Emigrants to America must produce all their legalised immigation papers together with the American visa.

Photographer. The photographer is entitled to charge for his services in accordance with the tariff exhibited.

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 of inspection every morning. The wishes of the passengers will be considered as far as practicably possible.

Firearms. The carrying of fire-arms of any kind is prohibited by law in the U. S. A. Offenders are liable to heavy fines and punishment.

Money, valuables &c. The purser will accept valuables &c. duly sealed or enclosed in an envelope bearing the name of the owner, for safe keeping during the voyage, but without any guarantee on the part of the Company.

Baggage. All baggage matters will be dealt with on board by the Baggage-Master, who may be interviewed at certain hours.

Only the Baggage - Master is authorised to accept baggage or parcels to be forwarded on, stored or delivered to a third person. The Norddeutscher Lloyd assume no responsibility or liability for articles handed to other members of the crew. Passengers must see to it that all baggage, including hand-baggage, is labelled with the Norddeutscher Lloyd labels which must be properly filled out.

Storing of Baggage. Hand-baggage and one cabin-trunk may be stored in the cabin. The cabin-trunk, however, must not exceed the usual dimensions of 3' 3" long by 1' 11" wide and 1' 1" high. Wardrobe trunks may be taken into the cabin provided the dimensions of the trunk and the cabin permit of this and the passenger is the sole occupant of the room. Baggage can also be stored in the baggage-hold to which passengers have access at certain hours daily. For technical reasons baggage must not be stored in the corridors and lobbies.

Passengers are strongly advised in their own interests to look after their hand-baggage themselves when landing at the port of destination and to see that no personal requisites are left behind in the cabins or elsewhere.

United States Customs Regulations. Each passenger must make out a customs declaration of his personal baggage. In the case of families the oldest member present on the trip is authorised to make out this declaration for the whole family. Forms for this purpose will be handed to the passengers on board.

Arrangements must be made with the Customs Inspector at the port of disembarkation respecting any baggage to be forwarded under bond to a further destination. Such baggage must be specially mentioned in the customs declaration and the value thereof stated.
Baggage left behind to be forwarded by a later sailing must reach the port of destination within three months of the passengers' arrival and must be included on the customs declaration as baggage accompanying the passenger.

Animals. All animals, regardless of size and kind, will be accommodated aboard in suitable quarters. It is not under any circumstances allowed to take animals into any rooms used by passengers or to lead them around on any part of the steamer set aside for the convenience of passengers.

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Prepared 2015-05-19 by Paul K. Gjenvick, MAS, Archivist

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