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R.M.S. Laurentic Passenger List 24 June 1913

Front Cover, R.M.S. Laurentic Passenger List 24 June 1913

Second Cabin Passenger List for the R.M.S. Laurentic of the White Star Line, Departed 24 June 1913 from Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal, Commanded by Captain J. Mathias, Lt. R.N.R.

List of Second Class Passengers
R.M.S. " LAURENTIC "
Triple Screw • 14,892 Tons
From LIVERPOOL to QUEBEC and MONTREAL
Tuesday, 24 June, 1913

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: J. MATHIAS, Lieut. (R.N.R.)
  • Surgeon: G. FLEMYNG, m.d., b.s. (Dublin)
  • Purser: G. P. ROGERS
  • Chief Steward: H. WOVENDEN

Second Class Passengers

  1. Allen, Mrs. M. E.
  2. Allen. Miss E. M.
  3. Adamson, Mr. A.
  4. Agnies, Mrs. M.C.
  5. Agnies, Mr. A.
  6. Agnies, Master C. A.
  7. Alrad, Mr. M
  8. Anderson, Mr. F. E.
  9. Andrews, Mr. A.
  10. Andrews, Mr.
  11. Andrews, Mrs. A.
  12. Andrews. Mrs.
  13. Anglin, Mr. R. W.
  14. Arrand, Miss E. A.
  15. Asch Van Wyck, Mr.
  16. Ashworth, Mrs. E. A.
  17. Atkins, Miss
  18. Auld, Mr. George
  19. Bakker, Mr. J.
  20. Baldwin, Mr. R.
  21. Bassage, Mr. A.
  22. Battye, Mr. C. W.
  23. Battye, Mrs.
  24. Battye, Miss D.
  25. Battye, Miss M.
  26. Bennet. Mr. J. E.
  27. Bentley,M. J.
  28. Besrodwey, Mr. J.
  29. Biggs, Miss E. B.
  30. Bird, Mr, C. L.
  31. Birse, Miss A.
  32. Blackburn, Mr. T.
  33. Bonnett, Mrs.
  34. Bonnett, Miss
  35. Bothwell-Bolton, Rev. C.
  36. Bothwell-Bolton, Mrs. and Infant
  37. Boxall, Mies L.
  38. Bradbury, Mr. D.
  39. Bradbury, Mrs.
  40. Bradley, Miss A.
  41. Brayshaw, Mr. J. C.
  42. Buman, Mr. C.
  43. Burchnall, Mr. J. H.
  44. Butcher, Mr. H.
  45. Butterworth, Miss M.
  46. Casbon, Mr. A.
  47. Castle, Mrs K. and Infant
  48. Catlow, Mrs. M. A.
  49. Catlow, Miss E.
  50. Chadwell, Mr. James
  51. Chadwell, Mrs.
  52. Chandler, Mr. A. W.
  53. Chandler, Mr. H. H.
  54. Charlesworth, Mr. D.
  55. Cheese, Rev. G. O.
  56. Cheese, Mrs
  57. Clarke, Mr. B.
  58. Clarke, Mrs.
  59. Clayton, Mr, J.
  60. Clayton, Miss D.
  61. Cleaver, Mr. F. W.
  62. Clifford, Mr. J. A.
  63. Coghlan, Mrs.
  64. Coombes, Mr. H.
  65. Cooper, Mr.
  66. Counsell, Mr. G. H.
  67. Cox, Mr. R. B.
  68. Cox, Mr. W.
  69. Cox, Mrs. and Infant
  70. Crabtree, Miss C.
  71. Curran, Mr. J. E.
  72. Curtis, Mr. W. L.
  73. Curtis, Master M. S.
  74. Curtis, Mrs. A. C.
  75. Damm, Mr. W.
  76. Davenport Mrs. B.
  77. Davies, Mr. E. J.
  78. Davies, Mr. G. T.
  79. Davies, Mr. W. E. G.
  80. Davies, Mrs, J. M.
  81. Debannes, M. R.
  82. den Houter, Mr, L.
  83. Denuistown, Mr. J. R.
  84. Dexter, Miss O. M.
  85. Donaldson, Mr. W. D.
  86. Donaldson, Mrs.
  87. Donogh, Miss
  88. Driver, Mr, F.
  89. Dundas, Mr. H. J.
  90. Edelstein, Mr, J.
  91. Elliott, Mr. R. H.
  92. Ellis, Mr. R, H.
  93. Ellis, Mrs. M.
  94. Ellis, Mies D.
  95. Elsey, Mrs. T. H.
  96. Elsey, Miss M. M.
  97. Elsey, Mr. T. H.
  98. Elsey, Mr. F.
  99. Elsey, Mr. G.
  100. Elsey, Mr. A.
  101. Elton, Mrs. F. K. and Infant
  102. Estcourt, Miss M. E.
  103. Farrow, Miss M. B.
  104. Faulkner, Mias B.
  105. Featherstone, Mr. J.
  106. Feldman, Mrs. A.
  107. Ferraby, Mr. J.
  108. Ferrabv, Mrs.
  109. Ferraby, Mr. G. F.
  110. Ferraby, Mrs.
  111. Ferraby, Master K. and Infant
  112. Fishpool, Mrs. J.
  113. Ford, Miss R. A.
  114. Foster, Miss E. A.
  115. Fowler, Mr. J. C.
  116. Frost, Miss
  117. Furrell, Mr. T.
  118. Gain, Miss E. M.
  119. Galloway, Mr. James
  120. Galloway, Mrs. F.
  121. Galloway, Miss H.
  122. Galloway, Master A. J.
  123. Galloway, Master A. F.
  124. Gilligan, Mr. J. V.
  125. Ginsberg, Mr. C. H.
  126. Gladwin, Mr. G.
  127. Glanfield, Miss V.
  128. Green, Mrs. H.
  129. Greenwood, Mr. L.
  130. Guide, Mr. G.
  131. Hagen, Mr. J.
  132. Halkett, Mrs. C.
  133. Halkett, Mr.
  134. Hancock, Mr. T. B.
  135. Hansen, Mr. C.
  136. Hant, Mrs. A. E.
  137. Hardy, Mr. L. S.
  138. Harris, Mr. S. W.
  139. Harris, Mr. R. F.
  140. Hawes, Mr. R.
  141. Hayson, Mr. J. H.
  142. Hayden, Miss M.
  143. Henek, Mr. E. R.
  144. Hill, Mrs. F.
  145. Hiilyard, Mr. H.
  146. Hillyaid, Miss F.
  147. Hirst, Mr. S.
  148. Hirst, Mrs.
  149. Hirst, Master K.
  150. Hodgkins, Miss O.
  151. Holman, Mr. R. J.
  152. Horne, Mr. J.
  153. Howe, Mr. A. F.
  154. Huddy, Mr. W.
  155. Huddy, Mr. C.
  156. Hunt, Mr. F. W.
  157. Huxtable, Mr. A. E.
  158. Huxtable, Mrs.
  159. Humphreys, Mrs. S.
  160. Humphreys, Master C. W.
  161. Jackson, Mr. H.
  162. Jackson, Mr. W.
  163. Jackson, Mrs.
  164. Jackson, Miss L.
  165. Jackson, Miss M.
  166. Jackson, Mr. L. M.
  167. Jacobs, Lieut E.
  168. Jacobs, Colonel
  169. Jacobs, Mrs.
  170. Jacobs, Miss Y.
  171. Jacobs. Master G.
  172. Jacobs, Miss E.
  173. Jenkins, Mr. J.
  174. Jess, Mr. J. A.
  175. Johansson, Mr. C. H.
  176. Johns, Mr. S.
  177. Johnson, Mr. G. E.
  178. Johnson, Mr. W.
  179. Johnson, Mr. D R.
  180. Jones. Mr. J. C.
  181. Jones, Mr. W.
  182. Jones, Mr. O.
  183. Jones, Miss E.
  184. Jones, Mr. E. C.
  185. Juniteven, Mr. A.
  186. Kerillow, Mr. K.
  187. Kerillow, Mr. D.
  188. Kerklaf, Mr. G. M.
  189. Kingston, Mrs. L.
  190. Kirby, Mrs. A.
  191. Laity, Mr. E. T.
  192. Leocey, Mr. B.
  193. Leaman, Mr. T.
  194. Leaman, Mrs.
  195. Ledger, Mrs. W.
  196. Ledger, Mrs. E.
  197. Leiseur, Mr. P. W.
  198. Leonard, Mr. T.
  199. Look, Mr. F. C.
  200. Longden, Mr. A.
  201. Longden, Mrs.
  202. Love, Miss T.
  203. Louden, Miss W.
  204. Lyth, Mr. J. J.
  205. Lyth, Mrs.
  206. Lyth, Miss E.
  207. Lyth, Miss P.
  208. Macpherson, Mrs. A. E.
  209. Macpherson, Miss J. M.
  210. Maddocks, Mr. J. H.
  211. Mangold, Miss M.
  212. Marchand, Mr.
  213. Marchand, Mrs.
  214. Markey, Mr. G.
  215. Mark, Mrs. A. and Infant
  216. Marsden, Miss N.
  217. Marsh, Mr. J. A.
  218. Marsh, Mrs.
  219. Mawson, Mr. J. A.
  220. Maxwell, Miss K.
  221. Mclvor, Mrs. H.
  222. Mclvor, Miss E.
  223. McNair, Mr. T. L.
  224. Measures, Mr. W. H.
  225. Middleton, Mr. M.
  226. Mieran, Miss H.
  227. Miller, Mr. F. R.
  228. Mitchell, Mr. T.
  229. Moffitt, Mrs. J. G.
  230. Molloy, Mrs. L.
  231. Monk, Mr.
  232. Monk, Mrs.
  233. Montagnes, Mr. Mr. T. [sic]
  234. Moore, Miss I.
  235. Moorhouse, Mr. C. F.
  236. Moss, Mr. G.
  237. Mould, Mr. W. G.
  238. Mueller, Miss D.
  239. Munk, Mr. E.
  240. Murgatroyd, Mr. W. D.
  241. Myera, Mr. A. M.
  242. Napor, Mr. T.
  243. Nebel, Mr. W. O.
  244. Nobel, Mrs.
  245. Needier, Mr. J.
  246. Needier, Mrs.
  247. Nelson, Mr. T.
  248. Nesbit, Mr. R.
  249. Nesbit, Mr. T. S.
  250. North, Mr. H.
  251. North, Mr. W.
  252. Nunikorpi, Mrs. L.
  253. Nunikorpi, Miss M. M.
  254. Nunikorpi, Miss T. J.
  255. Nannen, Miss E.
  256. Nunikorpi, Mr. A. J.
  257. Okolsrud, Mr. A.
  258. Okelsrud, Mrs. K. and Infant
  259. Okelsrud, Miss H.
  260. Pain, Mr. J. R.
  261. Paling, Mrs.
  262. Park, Mr. E. P.
  263. Parker, Mr. W. J.
  264. Parker, Mrs. and Infant
  265. Parkes, Mr. G.
  266. Parkinson, Mr. T.
  267. Parsons, Mr. R.
  268. Parsons, Mr. G.
  269. Perkins, Miss E. G. M.
  270. Peterson, Mr. R.
  271. Pitts, Mr. J. A.
  272. Pockett, Mr. C.
  273. Preston, Mr. J.
  274. Putwain, Mr. R.
  275. Read, Mr. T.
  276. Read, Mrs.
  277. Redfern, Mr. A.
  278. Regan, Mr. M.
  279. Rempil, Mr. C. R.
  280. Riley, Miss E. B.
  281. Ringrose, Miss M.
  282. Roberts, Mrs. M.
  283. Roberts, Master O.
  284. Roberts, Mrs. P.
  285. Roe, Mrs.
  286. Roe, Miss G.
  287. Roe, Master F.
  288. Rogers, Mr. T. J.
  289. Rogers, Mr. C. W.
  290. Rogers, Mrs. A. L.
  291. Ross, Mr.
  292. Rowe, Mr. J.
  293. Row, Mr. John
  294. Rowlatt, Mr. L.
  295. Rutter, Mr. S.
  296. Salmon, Mr. R.
  297. Salmon, Mrs.
  298. Salmon, Mrs. F. M.
  299. Salmon, Master A.
  300. Sampson, Mr. S.
  301. Schedwill, Miss M.
  302. Schindler, Mr. F.
  303. Scott, Mr. R. J.
  304. Scott, Mrs.
  305. Scrase, Mr. T.
  306. Scrimgeour, Mr. W.
  307. Seed, Mrs. S.
  308. Seton, Mr. Tom
  309. Shackleton, Mr. F. C.
  310. Shackleton, Mr. J.
  311. Sharp, Mr. A
  312. Simpson, Mr. K.
  313. Skinner, Mr. A.
  314. Skinner, Mis E. A.
  315. Smith, Mr. H.
  316. Smith, Mrs.
  317. Smith, Mrs. M.
  318. Smith, Master Campbell
  319. Smith, Master B.
  320. Smith, Mrs. C.
  321. Smith, Miss E.
  322. Smith, Miss R.
  323. Smyth, Mr. A. E.
  324. Snow, Mr. W. H.
  325. Stern, Mr. A.
  326. Stoakes, Mr. L.
  327. Stoakes. Mr.
  328. Stones, Mr. W.
  329. Summerbee, Mr. O. H.
  330. Summorbee, Mm. L.
  331. Swarbrick, Mr H. D.
  332. Sweaton, Mr. T.
  333. Sweaton, Mrs.
  334. Tarotino, Mr. M. N.
  335. Taylor, Miss H. A.
  336. Thompson, Mr. R.
  337. Thompson, Mrs.
  338. Thomson, Miss J.
  339. Tinker, Mr. W.
  340. Trulson, Miss H.
  341. Tuck, Mr. H. W.
  342. Tucker, Mr. L.
  343. Tucker, Miss V.
  344. Tunna, Mr. E.
  345. Tunna, Mrs.
  346. Tunna, Master E.
  347. Turner, Mr. A. E.
  348. Turner, Mr. W.
  349. Turner, Mrs.
  350. Van Son, Mr. T.
  351. Vernon, Mr. G.
  352. Vickers, Mr. T.
  353. Vickers, Mrs. S. A.
  354. Walton, Mr. C.
  355. Walton, Mr. C. H.
  356. Walton, Mrs. C.
  357. Walton, Miss B. D.
  358. Warden, Mr. A. E.
  359. Warrick, Mr. E. S.
  360. Waterhouse, Miss A.
  361. Waters, Mr. O.
  362. Waterhouse, Mr. George
  363. Watson, Mrs. W.
  364. Watson, Miss M. S.
  365. Watts, Mr. A.
  366. Weeks, Mr. W. C.
  367. Weger Mr. H.
  368. Wege, Mrs.
  369. Wege, Master V.
  370. Westerholf, Miss B.
  371. Whitefield, Mr. C.
  372. Whitford, Miss M.
  373. Whyte, Mr. K.
  374. Widdowson, Mr. D.
  375. Wilkinson, Mr, T.
  376. Wilson, Mr. D.
  377. Wittmann, Miss M.
  378. Wood fine, Mr. J.
  379. Woodland, Mr. B. T.
  380. Woodland, Miss E. M.
  381. Woodyatt, Mr. F.
  382. Wright, Mr. J. D.
  383. Wright, Mr. C.
  384. Wright, Miss C.
  385. Wurker, Mr. J.
  386. Wurker, Mrs. and Infant
  387. Wurker, Master
  388. Wurker, Master H.

Passenger Information

FIRST SITTING—BREAKFAST 8 A.M. LUNCHEON 12-30 P.M. DINNER 6 P.M.
SECOND SITTING— BREAKFAST 9 A.M. LUNCHEON 1-30 P.M. DINNER 7 P.M.

The Bar closes at 11 p.m. LIGHTS are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p.m., and in the Smoking Room at 11-30 p.m.

Smoking is not allowed in the Saloon or Staterooms.

Please appiy to the Second Class Steward tor Seats at Table.

Marconigrams.—All the steamers of this service are fitted with Marconi System of Wireless Telegraphy, and messages for despatch should be handed to the Purser.

THE SURGEON IS AUTHORISED TO MAKE CUSTOMARY CHARGES, SUBJECT IN EACH CASE TO THE APPROVAL OF THE COMMANDER, FOR TREATING 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.

Valuables.—The White Star-Dominion Canadian Service has provided a safe in the office of the Purser, in which Passengers may deposit money, jewels, or ornaments, for safe keeping. The Company will not be liable to Passengers for the loss of money, jewels, or ornaments by theft or otherwise, not so deposited.

For the convenience of Passengers the Purser is prepared to exchange a limited amount ot English, Canadian and American money. The rale of exchange will be 4 dollars 80 cents, to the £1 when giving American or Canadian in exchange for English currency, and £1 to 4 dollars 95 cents, when giving English money for American or Canadian money.

Steamer Chairs and Rugs can be hired for use on the voyage at a charge of 3s. each.

Baggage. —Only hand bags and trunks which will fit underneath the berths are allowed in the slate-rooms. All large or heavy luggage must be placed in the baggage-room, to which access can be gained by applying to the Baggage Steward.

Inquiries regarding Baggage will be attended to by the Baggage Steward, to whom all Baggage which Passengers wish to leave in the Company's care should be handed, properly labelled, and with full instructions as to disposal.

Automobile Tours.—Arrangements have been made whereby passengers can hire automobiles to meet them on arrival of the steamer at Liverpool, for tours in the British Isles or on the Continent. Orders may be sent from Canada or the United States through the Company's Offices, or direct from the steamer by the aid of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph.

Passengers will greatly expedite the disembarkation if they will have their state-room baggage packed ready for removal directly on arrival, so that the transfer may at once be proceeded with.

Persons holding Return Certificates should give as early notice as possible of the date upon which they desire to sail Eastbound to the Office of the Company at the port at which they disembark.

Letters may be addressed to the care of any of the Offices named herein, and they will be retained until called for, or forwarded according to instructions. All such letters should bear the address to which they should be sent if not called for.

Travellers' Cheques, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the Principal Offices of the White Star—Dominion Canadian Service.

UPPER BERTHS:— PASSENGERS OCCUPYING UPPER BERTHS CAN OBTAIN STEPS FOR GETTING IN OR OUT OF SAME ON APPLYING TO THE STEWARD OR STEWARDESS.

Landing Arrangements at Montreal

Should the steamer arrive at the Montreal Wharf after 8 p.m., passengers have the option of remaining on board overnight and landing after breakfast on the following morning.

PUBLIC TELEPHONE

A Telephone Booth has been provided on the Company's Pier at Montreal for the greater convenience of passengers. The Booth is located opposite the First Class gangway.

Back Cover, R.M.S. Laurentic Passenger List 24 June 1913

Donated to the GG Archives by J. H. Gilchrist of Toronto, ON, 2017

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