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Passenger List, Union-Castle Line, R.M.S. Carnarvon Castle 4 November 1927

Cabin Passenger List for the R.M.S. Carnarvon Castle of the Union-Castle Line, Departing 4 November 1927 from Southampton for Capetown via Madeira, Algoa Bay, East London and Natal, Commanded by Captain W. F. Stanley.

List of First and Second Class Passengers

Union-Castle Line

R.M.S. Carnarvon Castle

Captain W. F. Stanley

From Southampton to Capetown via

Madeira, Algoa Bay, East London and Natal

Friday, 4 November 1927

List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain W. F. Stanley, R.D., R.N R., Commander
  2. Chief Officer Mr. C. STEER
  3. First Officer Mr. A. ALDERSON
  4. Second Officer Mr. E. H. DIXEY
  5. Third Officer Mr. T. C. GOLDSTONE
  6. Fourth Officer Mr. H. A DELLER
  7. Chief Engineer Mr. C. E. MANNERS
  8. First Engineer Mr. A. McKENZIE
  9. Second Engineer Mr. T. Stewart
  10. Third Engineer Mr. R. Parker
  11. Fourth Engineer Mr. I. Evans
  12. Surgeon Dr A. W. CRAWFORD Lindsay, L. R. C. P. (London)
  13. Purser Mr. J. L. Henderson
  14. Chief Steward Mr. F RICHARDSON

List of First Class Passengers

Front Cover - 4 November 1927 Passenger List, R.M.M.V. Carnarvon Castle, Union-Castle Line

Madeira

  1. Miss E. M. Goadley
  2. Mr. C. R. Herbert
  3. Mr. I. T. Lithgow
  4. Mrs. H. C. Payne
  5. Miss Vickers

Capetown

  1. H. H. Princess Helena Victoria and Maid
  2. Miss E. Du Cane, Lady in Waiting
  3. Mr. P. M. Anderson
  4. Mrs. Anderson
  5. Mrs. E. Anderson
  6. Miss E. Anderson
  7. Mr. W. P. Barker
  8. Mr. L. L. Belcher
  9. Mrs. Belcher
  10. Mrs. S. Blake
  11. Mr. D. Borer
  12. Mrs. Boxer
  13. Mrs. H. G. Butler
  14. Miss I. N. Butler
  15. Mrs. V. H. Buxton
  16. Mr. T. B. Carruthers
  17. Mrs. Carruthers
  18. Mr. B. I. Collings
  19. Sir Richard Cooper, Bart
  20. Mr. H. C. Cooper
  21. Mrs. Cooper
  22. Miss R. L. Cooper
  23. Miss E. L. Cooper
  24. Mrs. M. Cowan
  25. Mr. I. C. C. Coxhead
  26. Mrs. Coxhead
  27. Mrs. O. Cross
  28. Mr. I. Dacosse
  29. Mr. I. Dallas
  30. Mr. H. Dalziel
  31. Mr. F. Day
  32. Mrs. Day
  33. Mr. D. I. de Villiers
  34. Miss de Villiers
  35. Mr. T. A. Dockrall
  36. Mrs. Dockrall
  37. Mr. H. Doniger
  38. Mrs. Doniger
  39. Dr. P. I. du Toit
  40. Dr. S. Evans
  41. Mrs. Evans
  42. Miss N. Evans
  43. Miss M. Featherstonhaugh
  44. Mr. E. B. Ferguson
  45. Mrs. Ferguson
  46. Master W. A. Ferguson
  47. Miss C. A. Ferguson
  48. Mr. E. D. FitzGerald
  49. Mr. P. Fox
  50. Mrs. Fox
  51. Master E. Fox
  52. Mr. D. Fraser
  53. Mr. W. Erskine Gill
  54. Mrs. Gill
  55. Major F. M. Green
  56. Mrs. Green
  57. Mr. W. Gribble
  58. Mr. N. H. Griffin
  59. Mrs. Griffin
  60. Mrs. M. Hart
  61. Mr. Hayhoe
  62. Mr. James Head
  63. Mrs. Head
  64. Mr. W. E. Hearson
  65. Mrs. Hearson
  66. Miss Hepker
  67. Mr. H. Herron
  68. Mrs. Herron
  69. Mr. A. Heslop
  70. Mrs. Heslop
  71. Miss Y. Heslop
  72. Mr. I. Heymann
  73. Mrs. Heymann
  74. Miss Heymann
  75. Mr. W. E. Hopwood
  76. Mrs. Hopwood
  77. Mrs. I. B. Harley
  78. Mr. A. J. Jacobs
  79. Mrs. Jacobs
  80. Mr. B. H. Z. Jacobs
  81. Mrs. E. K. Jansen
  82. Miss K. P. Jansen
  83. Mr. G. Jansen
  84. Mr. I. Kapnek
  85. Miss A. Keppel
  86. Mr. F. Langerman
  87. Miss S. Langerman
  88. Mr. C. A. Law
  89. Mrs. Law
  90. Mr. A. Le Francois
  91. Mr. R. H. Lindsey Renton
  92. Mrs. Lindsey-Renton
  93. Mr. I. MacGill Love
  94. Mr. E K. Mackay
  95. Mts. Mackay
  96. Master K. Mackay
  97. Master I. Mackay
  98. Miss F. Mackay and Nurse
  99. Mr. F. H. D. Man
  100. Mrs. Man
  101. Miss E. McGregor
  102. Miss G. McGregor
  103. Mrs. T. Meikle
  104. Dr. E. T. Mellor
  105. Mr. I. Mercer
  106. Mr. S. Milligan
  107. Mr. Moreland
  108. Mrs. Moreland
  109. Sir George Mowbray, Bart
  110. Lady Mowbray
  111. Miss S. M. Nicholson
  112. Rt Hon. Viscount Ockham
  113. Mr. A. E Orr
  114. Mr. G. A. Paley
  115. Mrs. Paley
  116. Major H. F. M Pellaft
  117. Maj.-Gen. Sir Ivor Philipps, K C.B., D.S.O
  118. Lady Philipps
  119. Miss V. D. B. Poulter
  120. Miss P. Platt
  121. Mr. G. Price
  122. Mrs. Price
  123. Mr. W. B. Redrnayne
  124. Mrs. Redmayne
  125. Mr. G. L. Robertson
  126. Mr. W. D. Roche
  127. Mrs. Roche
  128. Miss M. Roche
  129. Mr. G. B. B. Rubbi
  130. Mr. Sandstrom
  131. Mrs. Sandstrom
  132. Mr. L Sarkin
  133. Mrs. Sarkin
  134. Master Sarkin
  135. Miss Sarkin and Nurse
  136. Mr. H. Saunders
  137. Mrs. Saunders
  138. Miss B. Saunders
  139. Miss P. Saunders
  140. Mr. I. Sepulchre
  141. Mrs. Sepulchre
  142. Miss Sepulchre and Nurse
  143. Mr. A. Simon
  144. Mrs. Simon
  145. Miss Simon
  146. Mrs. .Sritithers
  147. Brij-Gen. Hon. F. C. Stanle, C.M.G., D.S.O
  148. Hon. Mrs. Stanley and Maid
  149. Mr. N. Stoller
  150. Mrs. Stoller
  151. Mr. j. Strovan
  152. Mrs. Stroyan
  153. Miss Stroyan
  154. Dr. W. Tayler
  155. Mrs. Tayler
  156. Mr. H. B. Thomas
  157. Mr. W. F. Veary
  158. Mrs. Veary
  159. Mrs. F. Wilk
  160. Cal. G. N. Williams, D.S.O
  161. Lady. A. T. Wolselev
  162. Miss Wright
  163. Mr. W. F. Yeoman
  164. Mrs. Yeoman

Madeira to Capetown.

  1. Lady Trower

East London

  1. Mr. G. H. Gasson

Natal

  1. Mr. P. Adler
  2. Mr. H. C. Baskets
  3. Miss I. Black
  4. Mr. T. Burke
  5. Miss E. D. Burn
  6. Mr. A. I. H. Carlill
  7. Mr. T. B. Davis
  8. Mrs. Davis
  9. Hon Mr. justice de Villiers, B.A., LL.D
  10. Mrs. de Villiers
  11. Miss 1. Gray
  12. Mrs. S. G. Hoare
  13. Mr. Frank H. Houlder
  14. Capt. Ireland, M.C
  15. Mrs. Ireland
  16. Master Ireland
  17. Mr. L. W. Kett
  18. Miss B. Legge
  19. Mr. P. Littlejohn
  20. Mr. H. F. MacNay
  21. Mrs. MacNay
  22. Miss Maw
  23. Mr. I. Mitchell
  24. Mrs. Mitchell
  25. Miss M. Mitchell
  26. Mr. T. C. I. Proutfoot
  27. Mrs. G. Wyatt

Second Class Passengers

Madeira

  1. Mr. R. N. Dickson

Capetown

  1. Mrs. B. Abelson
  2. Miss M. Abelson
  3. Master M. Abelson
  4. Mr. A. W. Adams
  5. Mr. Agnew
  6. Mrs. Agnew
  7. Mr. F. Airton
  8. Mrs. R. T. Anderson
  9. Miss Anderson
  10. Mr. I. S. Anderson
  11. Miss L. F. Archer
  12. Mr. H. I. Austen
  13. Mts. Austen
  14. Miss C. Bacon
  15. Mrs. D. Beinstcin
  16. Mr. E. Btnns
  17. Mrs. Binns
  18. Mr. Blake
  19. Rev. P. H. Borrowman
  20. Dr. L. H. Bowkett
  21. Mrs. E. I. Brash
  22. Master O. Brash
  23. Mrs. C. Bradshaw
  24. Mr. F. E. Briers
  25. Mrs. Briefs
  26. Miss E. B. Bromley
  27. Mr. F. W. Brooke
  28. Mrs. L. E. Brown
  29. Mrs. M. Budlender
  30. Master Budlender
  31. Miss M. Budlender
  32. Miss M. Budlender
  33. Mrs. B. Burnet
  34. Mrs. E. Button
  35. Mr. I. Callander
  36. Mr. Carter
  37. Mrs. Carter
  38. Mts. H A. Causton
  39. Miss R. Causton
  40. Miss 1. Causton
  41. Master C. Causton
  42. Mrs. H. Causton
  43. Mrs. M. E. Charlton
  44. Mr. W. I. Clarke
  45. Mr. A. M. Clennar
  46. Mrs. M. Clitt
  47. Mr. W Coad
  48. Mr. Cohen
  49. Mrs. C. Cohen
  50. Mrs. I. Cohen
  51. Miss I. Coldham-Knight
  52. Mr. A. Coton
  53. Miss A. Coton
  54. Mr. I. G. Davidson
  55. Mrs. Davidson
  56. Mr. H. Davies
  57. Mrs. Davies
  58. Master D. Davies
  59. Miss I. M. Dell
  60. Mr. S. C. Densham
  61. Mr. Desprez
  62. Mr. E. H. Dose
  63. Mr. I. Epstein
  64. Mrs. Epstein
  65. Mr. C. I. Fairbrother
  66. Mrs. Fairbrother
  67. Miss F. Fairbrother
  68. Mrs. Fisher
  69. Master S. B. Fisher
  70. Mr. R. H. Foreshew, A.R C.S
  71. Miss S. B. Geach
  72. Rev. B. Glynn
  73. Dr. I. Golding
  74. Mr. G. Grauwels
  75. Dr. H. H Green
  76. Mrs. B. Gwynneth
  77. Mr. R. Haddow
  78. Mts. Haddow
  79. Mr. F. B. Hall
  80. Mrs. Hall
  81. Nurse F. W. Hartley
  82. Mr. S. I. Harvey
  83. Mr. A. E. Hasler
  84. Mrs. Hasler
  85. Master A. H. Hasler
  86. Miss P. Hasler
  87. Mrs. E. Hendiy
  88. Mr. L. Herbert
  89. Miss C. L. Hitchcock
  90. Mrs. F. Hopwood
  91. Miss E. M. Hutton
  92. Mr. E. M. Iacot-Guillarmod
  93. Mrs. lacot-Guillarmod
  94. Mr. W. K. leery
  95. Mrs. Jeffery
  96. Capt. W. F. King
  97. Mrs. Lax
  98. Mr. Levine
  99. Mr. W. F. MacKenzie
  100. Mr. D. Mackenzie
  101. Mrs. Mackenzie
  102. Mrs. E. McElrath
  103. Miss M. McElrath
  104. Mrs. F. McGregor
  105. Mr. I. Mees
  106. Mr. B. Melville
  107. Mr. M. Miller
  108. Mrs. Miller
  109. Master Miller
  110. Master Miller
  111. Mrs. Nehoy
  112. Mr. Nissen
  113. Mrs. M. D. Oag
  114. Mr. I. Ochberg
  115. Miss F. T. Ochberg
  116. Mrs. Osrin
  117. Miss 1. Pennington
  118. Mr. I. R. Phillips
  119. Mrs. A. Pirie
  120. Miss I. A. Pirie
  121. Miss G. Popper
  122. Miss B. Rogers
  123. Mrs. A. F. Rose
  124. Mr. Sandy Rowan
  125. Mrs. Rowan
  126. Mr. I. L. Schoeler
  127. Mrs. Schoeler
  128. Miss Schoeler
  129. Mr. B. Schwartz
  130. Mrs. Schwartz
  131. Mr. M. Selakowitz
  132. Mr. . L. Selakowitz
  133. Mr. H. W. Shacklock
  134. Mrs. Shacklock
  135. Master A. L. Shacklock
  136. Mr. E. M. Sharp
  137. Mr. A. I. Shimwell
  138. Mrs. Shimwell
  139. Bishop H. B. Sidwell
  140. Mrs. Sidwell
  141. Capt. A. A. Smith, O.B.E
  142. Mr. R. Smith
  143. Miss P. Snyman
  144. Miss M. Stanhope
  145. Mr. I. C. Stokoe
  146. Mrs. P. Sulski
  147. Mrs. E. G. Thompson
  148. Master N. Thompson
  149. Mr. 1. A. Thompson
  150. Mr. C. C. Thompson
  151. Mr. A. E. Tillman
  152. Mrs. A. Waldron
  153. Mr. F. I. Watts
  154. Miss F. M. Watts
  155. Mr. S. Weingarten
  156. Mr. S. M. White
  157. Mrs. White
  158. Miss I. Whitehead
  159. Mr. B. H. Wilde

Madeira to Capetown

  1. Mr. N. K. Pearce

Algoa Bay

  1. Mr. H. L. Bridger
  2. Mrs. Bridger
  3. Mr. W. W. Cope
  4. Mr. S. j. Dold
  5. Mrs. Dold
  6. Mr. A. F. Rose

East London

  1. Mr. H. Courlander
  2. Mrs. Courlander
  3. Miss I. Courlander
  4. Master D. Couriander
  5. Master P.Coulander and Nurse
  6. Mrs. D. M. Fennell
  7. Mr. A. R. Grant
  8. Mrs. Grant
  9. Mrs. A. Penman
  10. Miss P. Penman

Natal

  1. Mrs. V. Briggs
  2. Mr. I. A. Bruce
  3. Mrs. Bruce
  4. Master I. E Bruce
  5. Miss T. E. Bruce
  6. Master A. B. Bruce
  7. Mr. M. I. Forde
  8. Mr. E. Gay
  9. Mrs. Gay
  10. Mrs. M. Hansell
  11. Mrs. Harris
  12. Miss Harris
  13. Mr. B. Heywood
  14. Mrs. Heywood
  15. Mr. I. E. S. Lamb
  16. Mrs. Lamb
  17. Master j. S. Lamb
  18. Mr. j. r. McKellar
  19. Mrs. McKellar
  20. Mrs. M. M. Nunn
  21. Miss A. K. Pyke
  22. Mrs. J. W. Reid
  23. Mr. I. C. Schonhut
  24. Mrs. Schonhut
  25. Miss M. Schonhut
  26. Miss R. Schonhut
  27. Master I. C. Schonhut
  28. Miss V. A. Taylor
  29. Mr. G. V. Thornycroft
  30. Mrs. Thornycroft
  31. Master R. G. C. Thornycroft
  32. Mr. P. Trautwein
  33. Mr. W. H. Trevaskis
  34. Mrs. Trevaskis
  35. Mr. A. Walker
  36. Mrs. A. Wood
  37. Miss C. Wood

Information for Passengers

Hours of Meals, etc. -IN the First Class the arrangements are :-
Tea, Coffee, etc., served in the Cabins at 6.0 a.m.
Dressing Bell or Bugle at 8.0 a.m.
Children's Breakfast at 8.0 a.m.
Breakfast at 8.30 a.m.
Children's Dinner at 12.30 p.m.
Luncheon at 1.0 p.m.
Afternoon Tea at 4.0 p.m.
Children's Tea at 5.30 p.m.
Dressing Bell or Bugle at 6.30 p.m.
Dinner at 7.0 p.m.
Saloon Lights out at 10.30 p.m.
The Meals in the Second Saloon are :-
Tea, Coffee, etc., served in the Cabins at 6.0 a.m.
Children's Breakfast at 8.0 a.m.
Breakfast at 8.30 a.m.
Children's Dinner at 12.30 p.m.
Luncheon at 1.0 p.m.
Afternoon Tea at 4.0 p.m.
Children's Tea at 5.30 p.m.
Dressing Bell or Bugle at 6.30 p.m.
Dinner at 7.0 p.m.
Saloon Lights out 10.30 p.m.

Children.-Children are required to take their meals at the special tables provided for them.

Divine Service, etc., will be held in the Main Saloon every Sunday at 10.30 a.m., weather permitting, and all are invited to attend.

Baggage.-Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Purser.

Surgeon.-The Surgeon of the Steamer is authorised to charge for professional attendance at the rate of 7s. 6d. in the case of first class, and 4s. Od. in the case of second class Passengers, per visit, this fee to include medicines. Accounts for medical attendance will be rendered by the Surgeon before the end of the voyage.

Deck Chairs.-Deck chairs are provided on board, for hire to Passengers at a charge of 2s. 6d. each for the continental voyage; 2s. 6d. each between England and Madeira, Las Palmas and Teneriffe ; 5s. each between England and St. Helena, Ascension, or any South or East African Port or Mauritius, and for the East Coast Voyage via Suez Canal; and 2s. 6d. each on the South and East African Coast between any two Coast Ports.

Letters, Telegrams. etc.-For the convenience of Passengers a Mail will be made up on board previous to arrival at each port.

All information regarding telegraph rates, postal rates, stamps, etc., can be obtained from the Purser before the Steamer's arrival or departure.

All Passengers must write their addresses in the book provided for the purpose on board this information being required on the Outward Voyage by the Authorities in South Africa, and on the Homeward Voyage by the Port Sanitary Authorities. The assistance of Passengers in this matter is requested in order to facilitate the forwarding of any Letters Telegrams, etc., which may arrive after they have left the Ship, or any articles that may be left in the cabins. Circulars or other printed matter of a similar nature will not be forwarded.

Passengers must apply personally for Registered Letters and Packages to the Purser.

On the Homeward Voyage, on the arrival of the Steamer at Netley or Southampton, Letters are sorted into an alphabetical box in the First Class Companion, where Passengers of all classes should personally apply. When the Steamer comes alongside the Quay, this letter box is kept open until the passenger trains have left the Shed.

Passengers are recommended to attend to the posting of their own Letters in the letter box, and it must be distinctly understood that while every care will be taken, the Company cannot accept any responsibility in connection with the posting, receiving, forwarding, or transmission of Letters. Telegrams, Parcels, etc.

Wireless Services in Mail and Intermediate Steamers enable Passengers to keep in touch with their friends throughout the voyage, either through wireless stations or, at much cheaper rates, by means of Wireless Ocean Letters. Full particulars and charges can be obtained from the Wireless Operators on board.

Valuables, etc.--Passengers' valuables or money may be handed to the Purser to be deposited in the Ship's safe for custody during the voyage, for which a small charge is made of 3s. 6d. per £100 upon the declared value of each parcel or deposit, with a minimum charge of 2s. (parcels required during the voyage can be re-deposited at half-rates), a receipt being given on behalf of the Company for valuables so deposited.

Library.—The Library is open daily at stated hours, during which time the Librarian is in attendance to give out and receive books.

Any books found lying about are returned to the Library, but Passengers will be held responsible for the loss of any book registered in their name. The charge for books lost from the First or Second Class Library is 7s. 6d. per volume, and from the Third Class 2s. 6d. per volume.

Time Tables.—Railway Time Tables, Postal Guides, etc., are in the charge of the Purser.

Complaints.—Any complaint should be addressed to the Commander at the time of daily inspection.

Particulars of Outward, Homeward, and Coastwise Services

Royal Mail Service.—The South African Royal Mail Steamers are despatched from Southampton every Friday for the Cape Province and Natal, via Madeira. On the outward journey the Royal Mail Steamers proceed as far as Durban, at which Port they commence the homeward voyage, sailing thence every Thursday ; from East London every Friday; from Algoa Bay (Port Elizabeth) every Saturday; arriving at Capetown usually on Monday morning, and proceeding thence to Southampton, via Madeira, on the Friday.

Passengers landing at Madeira may enjoy a very interesting excursion to Terreiro da Lucta by the Mount Railway Company's trains which make the trip in half an hour. Tickets may be obtained from the Purser.

The Mail Service to St. Helena and Ascension is performed by the Intermediate Steamers calling at these Islands, Outward and Homeward, approximately every four weeks.

Intermediate Service.--The Intermediate Steamers taking Passengers at lower rates than by the Royal Mail Steamers, are despatched frequently from London, for the Cape Province, Natal, Lourengo Marques (Delagoa Bay), and Beira. These Steamers proceed alternately via Las Palmas (Grand Canary) and Teneriffe.

There is a homeward service by Intermediate Steamers from the Cape Ports, Durban, Lourenco Marques, Beira add Mauritius, via Las Palmas or Teneriffe to London.

East Coast Service.—At eight-weekly intervals a Steamer is despatched to East and South African ports via Suez, returning via the West Coast, and at similar intervals an Intermediate Steamer to South Africa returns via East Coast ports and Suez.

MAURITIUS Service.—There is a direct Steamer . between England and Mauritius, outward and homeward about once a month.

LOBITO Bay.—Calls at Lobito Bay are made on the outward and homeward voyage as required.

Ocean Return Tickets.—A reduction off the amount of two Single Fares is made on Ocean Return Tickets. Ocean Return Tickets are available for twelve months.

Single Tickets, RE-Booking Allowance.-Passengers who have taken a Single Ticket only from England or South Africa (paying the full single tariff fare thereon), and who return within twelve months from the date of embarkation, will be allowed a reduction of 10 per cent. on the amount of the single journey back, on production of the counterfoil of the first single ticket taken by them. This concession does not apply to passages Coastwise or to Ports at which the Steamers of the Union-Castle Line do not call.

The period of twelve months specified above cannot under any circumstances be extended.
Prepaid Passages, Outward or Homeward.-Passages can be prepaid in England or South Africa for friends on the other side, and advice of such passages can be sent by cable at a small additional expense if desired. The Company, however, does not accept any responsibility for any inaccuracy, mistake or oversight on the part of the Company's Servants or Agents, or any other persons, in the wording, despatch or delivery of any telegram or letter in connection with these prepaid passages, or for any consequences arising therefrom.

Remittances of small amounts can also be made to Passengers at the same time.

Handbook of Information for Passengers can be obtained gratis from the Purser on board.

The South and East AFRICAN YEAR BOOK and GUIDE, nearly 1,000 pages with 64 pages of maps in colour, On sale in the Hairdresser's Shop, price

Fleet List

  • New Motor VESSEL building ... about 20.000
  • SANDGATE Castle ... Tons. 7.634
  • GRANTULLY Castle ... 7.612
  • CARNARVON Castle... 20,063
  • SANDOWN Castle ... 7.607
  • ARUNDEL Castle ... 19,023
  • WINDSOR Castle 18,967
  • CHEPSTOW Castle ... 7,494
  • BALMORAL Castle ... 13,361
  • RIPLEY Castle ... ... 7,446
  • EDINBURGH Castle... 13.330
  • GLENGORM Castle ... 6.763
  • KENILWORTH CAM E 12.975
  • BAMPTON Castle .. 6,698
  • ARMADALE Castle ... 12,973
  • BRATTON Castle .. 6,696
  • BANBURY Castle ... 6.419
  • WALMER Castle ... 12,546
  • GAIKA 6,392
  • SAXON ... 12,385
  • GASCON 6,341
  • LLANSTEPHAN Castle 11,293
  • CARLOW Castle 5,833
  • LLANDAFF Castle ... 10,786
  • DUNDr.M Castle 5.259
  • LLANDOVERY Castle 10.609
  • Dr.MORE Castle ... 5,242
  • KILDONAN Castle ... 9,688
  • CRAWFORD Castle 4.383
  • DURHAM Castle ... 8,239
  • ROVUMA ... about 1.300
  • DUNLUCE Castle ... 8,130
  • EIDER .. ... 1,236
  • GLOUCESTER Castle 7,999
  • HANSA 880
  • GUILDFORD Castle ... 7,995
  • STORK 278
  • GARTH Castle ... ... 7.715
  • KOODOO 119

November 1927 Southbound Voyage - R.M.M.V. Carnarvon Castle

  • Date of Voyage: 1927 November 4
  • Vessel: Carnarvon Castle
  • Class: First and Second Class Passengers
  • Route: Soutampton, England » Madeira »Captetown » Algoa Bay » East London » Natal, South Africa
  • Captain: W. F. Stanley, R.D., R.N.R
  • Number of Printed Pages: 14
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • First Class Passengers: Count Not Provided
    • Second Class Passengers: Count Not Provided
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff : 14
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13 x 20.5 cm
  • Binding: Center Staples (Removed)

1927-11-04 Carnarvon Castle - First Class [ SOU - CPT - PLZ - ELS - DUR - FNC ]

 

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