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Passenger List - Red Star Line - R.M.S. Lapland - 27 August 1910

Second Class Passenger List for the R.M.S. Lapland of the Red Star Line, Departing 27 August 1910 from Antwerp to New York via Dover, Commanded by Captain H. D. Doxrud.

List of Second Class Passengers
Red Star Line
R.M.S. Lapland
Captain H. D. Doxrud
From Antwerp to New York via Dover
Saturday, 27 August 1910

List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain : H. D. Doxrud
  2. Surgeon: Dr C. Waersegers
  3. Purser : A. Koppenjan
  4. Assistant Purser : George Peeters
  5. Chief Steward : C. Jeppesen

List of Second Class Passengers

Front Cover - 27 August 1910 Passenger List, R.M.S. Lapland, Red Star Line

  1. Mr. R. 5. Abczinski
  2. Mrs. E. M. Abermathy
  3. Mrs. F. W. Abt
  4. Mr. John R. Alber
  5. Mrs. Anna Alber
  6. Master Robt Alber
  7. Miss Maria Althoefer
  8. Mr. Jos. Bach
  9. Mrs. Jos. Bach and 2 children
  10. Mr. Jean Baivir
  11. Mrs. Jean Baivir
  12. Mr. Andr. Baker
  13. Miss Hattie Baker
  14. Mr. Raoul Baligant
  15. Mrs. Raoul Baligant
  16. Miss Edith A. Ball
  17. Mrs. Balzin
  18. Master Balzin
  19. Prof Alois Barta
  20. Mrs. Alois Barta
  21. Miss M. Barta
  22. Master Francis Barta
  23. Mr. W. Earle Barthgate
  24. Mrs. W. F. Barthgate
  25. Mr. Jos. Baumwoll
  26. Mrs. Marie Becker
  27. Miss Julia Becker
  28. Miss Veronika Becker
  29. Miss Lennie Becker
  30. Miss Jeanne Bedts
  31. Mr. Aug Benkert
  32. Miss Edith Bentley
  33. Miss Kath. Bergdoll
  34. Mr. Ab. Berger
  35. Mr. Gerha Bergjans
  36. Sister Bernarda
  37. Sister Bertha
  38. Mrs. Ottilie Beumer
  39. Mrs. Louise Biel
  40. Mr. L. Le Bihan
  41. Miss Elise Birkler
  42. Rev. Leo M. Blaere
  43. Miss Marg Blaere
  44. Mrs. Maly Bleicher
  45. Miss Eva Welcher
  46. Miss Alice Boch
  47. Miss Alph. Boenr
  48. Miss Mary Boenr
  49. Mr. Geo. Bogendorfer
  50. Mrs. Marga Bogendorfer
  51. Mr. W. C. Bok
  52. Miss Carol Borhatter
  53. Mr. Leon Bossuyt
  54. Mrs. Gabrielle Bossuyt
  55. Rev. Julian Boury
  56. Mrs. J. C. Brammett
  57. Mr. Ed. Brand
  58. Mrs. Ed. Brand
  59. Mr. G. Brand
  60. Mr. Wm Brandmaier
  61. Mrs. Maria Breitenbach
  62. Mr. John Bruhlisauer
  63. Miss Flora Buck
  64. Miss E. Buck
  65. Miss Harriet Bundage
  66. Mr. Nic. Burone
  67. Mr. Cornille Cabanier
  68. Mr. Frk Cabanier
  69. Miss L. Camphell
  70. Mr. Carbamer
  71. Sister Catherina
  72. Miss H. Coburn
  73. Miss A. B. Coffin
  74. Miss Isab. Coffin
  75. Mr. Ch. A. Colomb
  76. Mr. Elis. Coprin
  77. Mrs. Eug. Cordier
  78. Mr. Frank Cornet
  79. Mrs. Julia Cornet
  80. Miss Elisa Cottignies
  81. Master Achil Cottignies
  82. Mrs. Euphe Dagenbach
  83. Mr. Geo E. Davis
  84. Rev. A. Debold
  85. Mrs. Lucie Decoster
  86. Master Emile Decoster
  87. Miss Marie Decoster
  88. Master Josef Decoster
  89. Mr. Seraph. De Cuyper
  90. Mrs. Agnes De Cuyper
  91. Mr. E. De Greene
  92. Mrs. Emilie De Graene
  93. Master Leonore De Graene
  94. Mrs. Jeanne De Greif
  95. Mr. Ch. Desmet
  96. Mr. Rod. Devriendt
  97. Mrs. Rod. Devriendt
  98. Mr. Alf. Dewinter
  99. Mrs. Jennie Dogimont
  100. Miss Marg. Dogimont
  101. Mr. John Dolny
  102. Mr. Martin Donnenfelder
  103. Mrs. Martin Donnenfelder
  104. Mr. F. Doppelhauer
  105. Mr. Nipper Jr.
  106. Mr. Hopper Sr
  107. Mr. Chas. Draa
  108. Miss Nellie Dresel
  109. Mrs. Sophie Ebmeyer
  110. Master Hugo Ebmeyer
  111. Miss Viole Ebmeyer
  112. Mr. Nic. Eck
  113. Miss Marg. Eger
  114. Miss Chaje Eisikson
  115. Sister Elise-Marie
  116. Mr. Arth. Engel
  117. Miss Gabrielle Engels
  118. Mr. Eppstein
  119. Mrs. Eppstein
  120. Mr. Geo. Feldstein
  121. Miss Anna Fer
  122. Mrs. E. Ferrier
  123. Mr. Jos. Fierens
  124. Mrs. Aug. Fink
  125. Mrs. Mary Fischer
  126. Miss Cora E. Fiske
  127. Mr. Frank Foster
  128. Mrs. James Fox
  129. Mrs. Ells. Froscamann
  130. Master Georg Froschmann
  131. Mr. M Fuglistaller
  132. Mrs. Rose eurchheimer
  133. Mrs. Louise Gaertner
  134. Miss Eitel Gaertner
  135. Mrs. Celine!lain
  136. Miss Adele Giebeler
  137. Miss Helena Glebeler
  138. Mrs. Marie Gillet
  139. Rev. John Goergen
  140. Mr. Leon Goethals
  141. Mrs. Hortense Goethals
  142. Mrs. Eva Goldscher
  143. Miss Theresia Goldova
  144. Mr. Gust. Goldsmith
  145. Mr. Max Goldstein
  146. Mrs. Christ. Gorman
  147. Mr. Nic. Greiveldinger
  148. Mrs. Greiveldinger and child
  149. Miss Rose Greser
  150. Mr. Jean Grieten
  151. Mr. Simon Grimm
  152. Mr. Emile Grimm
  153. Mrs. Em. Grimm
  154. Miss Joh. Grimm
  155. Miss Kate Grimm
  156. Mr. Arth. Grobrecht
  157. Miss Oline Groner
  158. Miss H len Grunon
  159. Mr. Jack Guski
  160. Mrs. Eva Guski
  161. Mr. Isser Gutner
  162. Mr. J. G. Haas
  163. Mr. Karl Haefeley
  164. Miss Emilie Haefeley
  165. Rev. Jos. Hagenmeyer
  166. Mr. Anton Hahn
  167. Mrs. Anton Hahn
  168. Miss C. Haller
  169. Miss Florence Hanna
  170. Miss E. G. Harra
  171. Miss A. Harris
  172. Mrs. Lena Hauck
  173. Miss Marg. Hauck
  174. Mrs. Celia Haymann
  175. Master Harold Haymann
  176. Mr. Chas. A. Heilman
  177. Mr. Ch. Hein
  178. Mr. Edw. Heinz
  179. Mrs. Benriette Heinz
  180. Sister Helena
  181. Mrs. Marie Hemminger
  182. Mr. Henry Hermeier
  183. Miss Joh. Herr
  184. Mr. Peter Heuter
  185. Sister Hilarina
  186. Mrs. Emilie Holzappel
  187. Miss Marg. Hocher
  188. Mr. M. Hochreiter
  189. Mrs. John Hurley
  190. Mr. Schmul Hutner
  191. Dr M. Jeffries
  192. Miss Florence Jerly
  193. Mrs. E. Johnson
  194. Miss S. J. Johnston
  195. Miss Johnston
  196. Mrs. Anna Josi
  197. Miss Betty Kaufmann
  198. Mr. Alden Vidal Keene
  199. Miss F. Keene
  200. Mrs. W. B. Kehle
  201. Mr. Jos. Ketter
  202. Miss Louise Kiefer
  203. Miss Anna Kihl
  204. Miss Madeleine Kippert
  205. Miss Mary Klein
  206. Miss Marlette Knight
  207. Mr. Leiber Kobrinski
  208. Mrs. Leie S. Kobrinski
  209. Miss Glutei Kobrinski
  210. Mr. Labe Kobrinsky
  211. Mr. Zalmen Kobrinsky
  212. Mrs. Schifre Kobryn
  213. Master Israel Kobryn
  214. Master Sam Kobryn
  215. Miss Male Kobryn
  216. Master Berl. Kobryn
  217. Mrs. Ells. Kolb
  218. Mr. Alb. Koller
  219. Mr. Math. Kommyn
  220. Mrs. Cyrille Kommyn
  221. Miss Ester Kommyn
  222. Mr. Francis Kuhn
  223. Mrs. Amalie Kuhn
  224. Mr. Jac. Kuhn
  225. Miss Jobe Kunkel
  226. Mrs. Mary Krupp
  227. Miss Elise Krupp
  228. Rev. P. Kurtz
  229. Mr. Fred. Kurtz
  230. Mrs. Fred. Kurtz
  231. Mr. Franz Lab
  232. Mr. Rud. Lang
  233. Mr. Joh. banning
  234. Mrs. John banning
  235. Master Michel Lanning
  236. Mrs. Leonie Lassams
  237. Miss Blanche Lassans
  238. Master John Lassans
  239. Mrs. Anna Leimkuller
  240. Mr. Ferd. Lehne
  241. Mrs. Ferd. Lehne
  242. Miss Vera Lehne
  243. Mrs. H. Lehr
  244. Master Fdward Lehr
  245. Master Philip Lehr
  246. Miss Sophie Lenz
  247. Mr. B. Lieber
  248. Mrs. Mina Lieher
  249. Miss Julia Lieber and child
  250. Mr. A. Lincoln
  251. Mr. Louis Link
  252. Sister Lioba
  253. Miss'Alice Loch
  254. Mr. De1plain Loeb
  255. Mrs-Rose Lorsbiteh
  256. Mr. Chas. LoSkowski
  257. Mr. Martin Lux
  258. Mrs. Bab. Lux
  259. Miss'Grace Mc Leod
  260. Miss Emmtt Madleton
  261. Mr. Philip Maesbroeck
  262. Mr. Jos. Misch
  263. Mr. Frank Maisch
  264. Mr. Camil Maris
  265. Mr. Aug. Maris
  266. Mrs. PhilOmene Maris
  267. Miss Joseflne Maris
  268. Mr. Peter Marshal
  269. Miss Jossie Marty
  270. Miss Ida Mathner
  271. Mr. Oscar Mauser
  272. Mr. V. Maynsbridge
  273. Mrs. V. Maynsbridge
  274. Mr. Jos. Meier
  275. Mr. Leop. Meier
  276. Miss Rose Michel
  277. Mr. Francis Minia
  278. Mr. Mumisch Mirotschnik
  279. Mrs. Chaie Mirotschnik and child
  280. Mrs. Frida Mohr
  281. Miss Joseflne Moyser
  282. Rev. J. H. Mtihlsliepen
  283. Miss Cath. Mtihlsiepen
  284. Mr. Wm Muth
  285. Mrs. Wm Muth
  286. Miss Kothe Muth
  287. Mr. Arth. Neymens
  288. Mr. Johan Niehi
  289. Miss Gertrud Nohle
  290. Miss Marg. Nonhebel
  291. Mr. Theo Notorange
  292. Prof. H. Osborn
  293. Mrs. H. Osborn
  294. Miss Marg. Osborn
  295. Mrs. Hoffman Paulus
  296. Miss Edith A. Pen
  297. Mr. Alfons Peeters
  298. Mr. F. Petersen
  299. Miss Marthe Piitzer
  300. Mr. Nich. Philipp
  301. Mr. Marcel Pietrykowski
  302. Rev. Paul Pietsch
  303. Mrs. Cecilina Pilaet
  304. Miss Marie Pilaet
  305. Miss Leontine Pilaet
  306. Mr. Jenni Poter
  307. Miss Emma Pratt
  308. Miss Lottie Pratt
  309. Mrs. A. Pressburger
  310. Mr. Frank Rachwel
  311. Mr. Henri Rapp
  312. Mrs. Henri Rapp
  313. Miss Mary Rapp
  314. Mr. Peter Regnery
  315. Mrs. Peter Regnery
  316. Miss Mary Remory
  317. Mr. Louis Reliant
  318. Mrs. Anna Richter
  319. Mr. Emil Rick
  320. Miss B. Rissmann
  321. Sister Rose
  322. Miss F. Rosen
  323. Miss Frieda Rosenthal
  324. W. J. Rudolf
  325. Mr. Leon Sampaix
  326. Mr. Friedr. Sauerbrunn
  327. Miss Christ. schaffrath
  328. Miss Joseflne Schell
  329. Mr. Otto Schenk
  330. Mrs. Marg. Schenck
  331. Mr. Gotfried Schliehter
  332. Mrs. Gotfried Schtichter
  333. Miss Ells. Schlichter
  334. Mr. Carl Scilmid
  335. Miss Karol. Schmitt
  336. Mr. Frank Schmitz
  337. Mr. Louis Schmitz
  338. Miss Clara Schnupp
  339. Mr. Peter Scholler
  340. Mrs. Peter Scholler
  341. Mr. Aquilier Scholz
  342. Mrs. Marg. Scholz
  343. Mr. Johann Schramm
  344. Rev. Th. A. Schritz
  345. Rev. F. Schulte
  346. Mr. J. A. Schwalley
  347. Mrs. J. A. Schwalley
  348. Miss Eva Schwalley
  349. Miss Leslie Schwalley
  350. Mr. Maurice Serin
  351. Mrs. Else Serin
  352. Mr. Fred. Seringer
  353. Mr. Jean Seyler
  354. Mr. Jean Seyler Jr.
  355. Miss Anna Smetana
  356. Miss Kate Smith
  357. Miss Anni Smoke
  358. Mrs. Sophie Sommer
  359. Miss Marg. Somerset
  360. Mrs. Riwke Soroka
  361. Miss Caroline Spimser
  362. Mr. Heinr. Staby
  363. Miss Martha Staby
  364. Miss Julia Staw
  365. Miss Kate Stanley
  366. Mr. M. B. Steczinski
  367. Miss Stein
  368. Mr. W. H. Stelton
  369. Mrs. W. H. Stelton
  370. Miss H. Stetson
  371. Miss Lucia Stickner
  372. Mr. Geo. Stiefel
  373. Mr. Chas. Strebinger
  374. Mrs. Chas. Strebinger
  375. Miss Winnitred Sturtevant
  376. Miss Lisa Tafsonski
  377. Mrs. L. Theel
  378. Mr. Rud. F. Thienes
  379. Mrs. Rud. F. Thienes
  380. Master Rud. Thienes
  381. Miss Mgt. Thienes
  382. Rev. M. A. Thimmer
  383. Miss Marthe Tonn
  384. Miss Hedwig Tonn
  385. Mrs. Magde Trunk
  386. Mr. Aug. Utsch
  387. Mr. Severius Vanden Gulik
  388. Mrs. Elodie Van de Veire
  389. Miss Van Faller
  390. Mrs. Florent. Van Fraechem
  391. Mr. Adolf van Sittaert
  392. Mr. Arth. Vercruyssrn
  393. Mrs. Clothilde Verdickt
  394. Miss Julia Verdiekt
  395. Mr. Michel Verheust
  396. Mrs. Romanie Vermeersch
  397. Rev. G. Vermeulen
  398. Mr. Alt. Volvert
  399. Mrs. Paulhie Vose
  400. Mr. G. Waalewijk
  401. Mr. Fritz Walther
  402. Mr. J. A. Waite
  403. Mr. Aymar Wattel
  404. Mr. Louis Waite
  405. Mr. Adrian Wattel
  406. Miss itache Weinberg
  407. Miss Katie Weiss
  408. Mr. Carl Wendel
  409. Miss Anna Wengiel
  410. Miss A. Wensch
  411. Mr. L. L Whitney
  412. Mrs. h. L. Whitney
  413. Mr. Xay. Wilderotter
  414. Mrs. Xay. Wilderotter
  415. Mr. Eduard Willekens
  416. Mr. U. Williams
  417. Mrs. U. Williams
  418. Mr. Frank Wilson
  419. Mrs. Frank Wilson
  420. Mr. Clem. Witekamp
  421. Miss Cecile Wolfstern
  422. Miss Anna J. Wright
  423. Mr. Stanisl. Wrona
  424. Master Julia Wrona
  425. Master Kasimierz Wrona
  426. Miss Anna Wurm
  427. Mr. J. Zimmermann
  428. Mrs. J. Zimmermann
  429. Mr. Nic. Zimmermann
  430. Mrs. Nic. Zimmermann
  431. Miss Marie Zimmermann
  432. Miss Annie Zimmermann
  433. Mr. Alb. Zimmermann

Passenger Information

Back Cover - Passenger List - Red Star Line - R.M.S. Lapland - 27 August 1910

The Passenger Service of the Red Star Line is maintained entirely by Twin Screw Steamers, the Largest and Fastest Steamers between Antwerp and New York.

Travelers' Cheques

payable in all parts of Europe can be purchased at all the principal Offices of the Red Star Line.

Meals will be served as follows

First Class : Second Class :
Breakfast from 8 - 10 a.m.
Children table at 7 1/2 a.m.
Breakfast from 8 - 9 a.m.
Luncheon . . . at 1 p.m.
Children table at 12 noon
Dinner at 12 noon
Dinner at 7 p.m.
Children table at 6 p.m.
Supper at 6 p.m.
Nightmeal . . from 9-10 p.m.

The Bar closes at 11 p.m. Lights are extinguished in the Saloons at 11 p.m., and in the Smoking Rooms at 12 Midnight.

For seats at table First Class Passengers should apply to the Second Steward, Second class Passengers to the second Class Steward.

Steamer Chairs can be rented on board by First Class Passengers at a charge of u Francs each.

Letters should be put in the Letter boxes and Telegrams for dispatch on shore -handed to the Purser or to tile saloon Waiter against receipt, latest k hour before arriving at Flushing, Dover or quarantine Station. (Staten Island, N.Y.)

The surgeon is authorized 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 developed on board no charge will be made and medicine will be provided free in all circumstances.

The chief Steward holds a complaint book at the disposal of the Passengers. Mare° ingrains are accepted on board by the Purser and by the Saloon waiter. Writing Paper, Envelopes and Telegraph Forms will be found in the Library, Saloons and the second Class Ladies Room.
Library : Books may be obtained from lu— 11 a.m. and from 4-5 p.m.

First Class Passengers should apply to the bedroom waiter for electric fans, portable lamps, curling-tongs heater, and hot water kettles.

Railway and steamship Time Tables of the various Companies can be obtained from the saloon Waiters.

Should the steamer arrive at the NewYork Wharf after 8 p.m., Passengers may land if they wish to do so and have their baggage passed by the Customs authorities immediately on arrival, but those who prefer to remain on board may do so and ha ve the whole of tileir baggage passed the following morning not earlier than 7 o'clock. Breakfast will be served to those who remain on board over-night.

Upon landing at New York, and upon application to the uniformed representatives of Die Railroads, who meet all arriving Red Star Line steamers, Railroad Tickets may be purchased, and baggage of First and Second Class Passengers may be checked from the Steamship Pier to any point along the Lines of the Pennsylvania, New York central, Lehigh Valley, and connecting Railroads.

Valuables. — The Company will not be responsible for Money, Jewellery, and other Valuables of Passengers. Passengers are warned not to keep such articles in their staterooms, but are recommended to nand same, sealed, and marked with the owner's name, to the Purser for deposit in his safe, but as no Charge is made for carriage, the company can accept no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising.

Travelers' Cheques of the International Mercantile Marine Company are accepted on board in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same.
Letters may be addressed to the care of any of the Offices named below, and they will be retained until called for, or forwarded according to instructions.

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