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Passenger List, Norwegian America Line, S.S. Bergensfjord, 8 June 1928

Cabin and Tourist Third Class Passenger List for the S.S. Bergensfjord, Departing 8 June 1928 from Oslo to New York via Stavanger and Bergen, Commanded by Captain Ole Bull. Designated as Voyage 124 West.

List of Cabin and Tourist Third Class Passengers
Den Norske Amerikalinje (NAL) / Norwegian America Line
S.S. Bergensfjord

Captain Ole Bull
From Oslo to New York

via Stavanger and Bergen
Friday, 8 June 1928

List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: Ole Bull
  2. Chief Officer: Ragnvald Gjertsen
  3. Purser: Arne Blix
  4. Chief Engineer: Peder Karstensen
  5. Physician: M Jenssen
  6. Chief Steward: Oscar Svensen

List of Cabin Passengers

Front Cover - 8 June 1928 Passenger List, S.S. Bergensfjord, Norwegian America Line

  1. Aanonsen, Nils Oslo
  2. Andersen, Martha Bergen
  3. Arhaug, Tonnessen, Tonnes Bryne
  4. Boalth, Olga . Oslo
  5. Brusdal, Aagot Bergen
  6. Doe, Gudrun Slemdal, V. Aker
  7. Boe, Harald
  8. Eriksen, Solveig Horten
  9. Enoksen, Oline Stavanger
  10. Hansen, James Chicago, Ill
  11. Hveem, Hilda Oslo
  12. Hoff, Olaf Brooklyn, N.Y
  13. Hoff, Sofie —
  14. Hagens, Olaf A. Oslo
  15. Jacobsen, Anette
  16. Larson, Ingeborg
  17. Morterud, Dagny Moss
  18. Mosby, Henrik Stavanger
  19. Mosby, Jensine -
  20. Nilsen, Ellen Bergen
  21. Quisling, Jorgen Oslo
  22. Quisling, Ingrid --
  23. Roth, Jorgine Stavanger
  24. Steen, Thoralf Larvik
  25. Thortveit, Solveig Kristiansand S

List of Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Amato, Aagot Oslo
  2. Andersen, Ragnhild
  3. Alfsonhaugen, Ottar Faaberg
  4. Ahlstrom, Erick Goteborg
  5. Ahlstrom, Karl
  6. Blekeberg, Martha
  7. Blekeberg, Andrea
  8. Brevik, Fredrik Aamot, Modum Kristianssund N. Fjotland
  9. Carlsen, Inga
  10. Carlsen, Rolf Harrington, N.J
  11. Eide, Samson
  12. Gundersen, Esther Brooklyn, N.Y
  13. Hansen, Leif Leirsund
  14. Hoff, Ivar Askim
  15. Holmberg, Alma Bowley, Alta
  16. Holmberg, Ellen -
  17. Holm, Reidar Oslo
  18. Hansen, Caspara -
  19. Herregaarden, Jens Lunde, Telemark
  20. Herregaarden, Ingeborg
  21. Hansen, Judith Askoen
  22. Helle, Tonnessen, Olav Fjotland
  23. Holland, Andrew Big Timber, Mont
  24. Holland, Anna S. i -
  25. Hagen, Adolf Kristiansand S
  26. Knudsen, Gudrun Oslo
  27. Kopland, Gunhild Aamot, Modum
  28. Knudsen, Sigfred Brooklyn, N.Y
  29. Larsen, Clara Notodden
  30. Larsen, Borre
  31. Larsen, Edith
  32. Larsen, Ellen Maywood, Ill
  33. Lowe, Marie Oslo
  34. Lowe, Elisabeth -
  35. Langaker, Lorentz Stavanger
  36. Langaker, Anna
  37. Langaker, Endrew -
  38. Langaker, Thelma
  39. Landaas, Arne Brooklyn, N.Y
  40. Marvik, Osmund Imsland, Ryfylke
  41. Nilsen, Ruth Oslo
  42. Olsen, Sigurd
  43. Olsen, Martha
  44. Olsen, Ragnhild Stavanger
  45. Pedersen, Francis Boston, Mass
  46. Tice, Astri New-York
  47. Utvik, Trygve Edsem Kopervik
  48. Willas, Anna Oslo
  49. West, Frances V. Brooklyn, N.Y
  50. White, Knut Voss
  51. White, Marie White, Klaus
  52. Odegaard, All Stabekk

Additional Cabin Passengers

  1. Mikelsen, Lisebeth Sandnes
  2. Skaar, Frithjof New York, N. Y
  3. Thrap, Thomas Segelcke Oslo
  4. Willas, Anna Oslo

Total 29 Passengers.

Additions to Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Haaland, Bernhardt Ness, Flekkefjord
  2. Knutsson, Arne Detroit, Mich
  3. Langaanes, Johan S. Brooklyn, N. Y
  4. Opsahl, Amund Brooklyn, N. Y
  5. Ofstad, Knut Namsos

Not On Board (Tourist Class):

  1. Alfsonhaugen, Ottar Faaberg
  2. Brevik, Fredrik Kr.sund N
  3. Holland, Andrew Big Timber, Mont
  4. Holland, Anna Big Timber, Mont
  5. Willas, Anna (Cabin) Oslo

Total 53 Passengers.

Information for Passengers

Meals will as a rule be served at the following hours: Breakfast 8-9.30 a.m., bouillon 11 a.m., lunch 1 p.m., tea 4.30 p.m. dinner 7 p.m.

A Gong or bugle is sounded half an hour before and at the beginning of meals.

Seats at The Dining Tables are assigned by the Steward after sailing. In assigning the seats there will as far as possible be shown due regard to the wishes of the Passengers. Children under 10 years, who pay half fare, will as a rule be served at the Second sitting.

Meals will be served in staterooms or on deck only in case of sickness.

Public Rooms are open for the use and comfort of the Passengers from 7 A. M. all day to 11 P. M. Lights are extinguished at 11 P. M. (in the smoking rooms at 11.30 P. M.) and after these hours the Passengers are not allowed to stay in the public rooms. Nothing is served after 11 P. M.

Smoking is not allowed in the dining rooms, music rooms, state-rooms and corridors.

GAMBLING is prohibited.

Baths. Splendid uptodate bathrooms with hot and cold salt water and fresh water showerbaths are conveniently located. Baths, which are free, should be ordered from the bathroom or stateroom servants.

Library. Books may be borrowed from the ship's library by applying to the music room attendant to whom the books must be returned the day before arrival.

Baggage. Only ordinary steamertrunks and handbaggage is allowed in the staterooms. Baggage labelled "Baggage Room" will be placed in the baggage room, to which there is access every day 9 to 10 A. M. and 3 to 4 P. M. Baggage labelled "Hold" will be placed in ship's hold.

Deck Chairs may be secured by applying to the deckwaiter, Charge kr. 5.00.

Blankets and Pillows must not be taken from the staterooms for use on deck.

Rugs may be hired for doll. 0.50 for the voyage by applying to the deckwaiter.

Wireless Telegrams are received for transmission by the wireless operator. Wireless Station is located on upper deck (bridge deck).

The Marconi system of telegraphy is installed on board and messages will be received and transmitted at any time by operators in charge.

Ordinary Telegrams are received for transmission by the purser. Time for delivery of such telegrams will be posted on bulletin boards.

Letters must be stamped with Norwegian stamps and put in the mail boxes. Mail will be sent ashore at first port of call.

Stamps are obtainable from the music room attendant (deck-waiter), and also from the shop attendant in the Social Hall.

Valuables. The company will not be responsible for money jewelry or other valuables, belonging to the Passengers. The Passengers are warned not to leave such articles in their staterooms.

Money and other valuables enclosed in special safety envelopes provided for such purposes may be deposited with the purser, who will give receipt for package, but as no charges are made, the company assumes no responsibility.

Exchange of Money. The purser will change a limited amount of dollars or kroner. Time and rate of exchange will be posted in bulletin boards.

Ship's Doctor. Office Hours from 9.30-10.30 a.m. and from 4-5 p.m. Attendance and medicin is free. In special cases a fee may be charged. A trained Nurse will assist Passengers in case of illness.

Purser's Office (also information office), is open from 9-10 a.m. and from 4-5 p.m.

BENNETS TRAVELBUREAU is located near Tourist Third Class Dining-saloon.

The Barber's Shop is located in C.deck vestibule, port side. The following articles may be purchased in the Barber's shop:

  • Cameras
  • Pencils
  • Seasick Remedies
  • Films
  • Ingersoll Watches
  • Toilet articles
  • Waterman's Fountain-pens
  • Sun Goggles
  • Caps, etc.

June 1928 Westbound Voyage - S.S. Bergensfjord

  • Date of Voyage: 1928 June 8 - 18
  • Vessel: Bergensfjord
  • Class: Cabin and Tourist Third Class Passengers
  • Route: Oslo » New York
  • Captain: Ole Bull
  • Number of Printed Pages: 20
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Cabin Passengers: 29
    • Tourist Third Class Passengers: 53
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 6
  • Language(s): Norwegian and English
  • Dimensions: 13.5 x 20.3 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 252, Column 2


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