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White Star Line R.M.S. Adriatic Passenger List for 14 November 1919

First Class Passenger List for the R.M.S. Adriatic of the White Star Line, Departing 14 November 1919 from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain J. B. Ranson.

List of First Class Passengers
R.M.S. "Adriatic."
Twin Screw 24,540 Tons.
From Southampton To New York
(via Cherbourg)
Friday, 14TH November, 1919

Passenger List, R.M.S. Adriatic, White Star Line, November 1919, Southampton to New York

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: J. B. RANSON, O.B.E., Lt.-Com. R.N.R. (Retd.)
  2. Surgeon: J. C. H. Beaumont
  3. Assistant Surgeon: Douglas D. Macrae
  4. Purser: C. B. Lancaster L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin. & Glas.)
  5. Chief Steward: S. TWEEDIE

Ships List of First Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Thomas J. Allan
  2. Mrs. Allan
  3. Mr. E. A. Altmayer
  4. Mrs. Douglas Anderson
  5. Mr. C. E. Arden
  6. Mr. Dario Arguelles
  7. Mrs. Arguelles
  8. Master D. Arguelles
  9. Master Calisto Arguelles
  10. Miss Concepcion Arguelles
  11. Mr. L. Aristizabad
  12. Lady Ashburton
  13. Mrs. Walter Ayres
  14. Mr. Robert L. Bacharach
  15. Mr. John S. Backman
  16. Mr. J: H. Bagley
  17. Mr. H. R. Bailey
  18. Mrs. Bailey
  19. Miss H. Bailey
  20. Mr. R. C. Baker
  21. Mr. Cesare Barbieri
  22. Miss Amy Barton
  23. Bishop W. W. Beckett
  24. Mr. Walter Bent
  25. Miss Irene Bertie
  26. Col. Nicholas Biddle
  27. Miss A. C. Bogle
  28. Mrs. George G. Bourne
  29. Mr. Charles H. Boyle
  30. Mr. John R. Bradlee
  31. Mrs. Bradlee
  32. Miss Sabra Bradlee
  33. Mrs. M. A. Brennan
  34. Mr. Albert Breton
  35. Rev. Dr. Arthur J. Brown
  36. Mrs. Brown
  37. Mr. R. G. Bruce
  38. Mrs. Bruce
  39. Mr. Charles Bruggeman
  40. Mrs. Bryce and Maid
  41. Mr. F. L. Buckley
  42. Comte F. de Buisseret
  43. Mr. Hem y Buker
  44. Mr. William Burleigh
  45. Mr. W. E. Burlock
  46. Mr. Douglas Burnett
  47. Captain W. A. Burton
  48. Mrs. Burton
  49. Miss F. M. Cable
  50. Mr. Norman W. Cabot
  51. Mrs. Cabot
  52. Mr. J. H. Callender
  53. Mr. G. Campbell
  54. Mr. J. H. Campbell
  55. Mr. R. T. Cannock
  56. Mr. L. Carley
  57. Mr. E. T. Carpenter
  58. Mrs. Carpenter
  59. Major Case
  60. Mrs. Case
  61. Mrs. Mary B. Cash
  62. Mr. C. H. Cleveland
  63. Mrs. Cleveland
  64. Mr. T. F. Cobbs
  65. Mrs. Cobbs
  66. Mr. L. Coghill
  67. Mr. Charles S. Colby
  68. Captain E. D. Cole
  69. Mr. E. B. Collins
  70. Mr. R. D. Conner
  71. Miss Alice Page Converse
  72. Mr. Harry G. Cook
  73. Mr. S. Cooper
  74. Miss Margaret L. Cope
  75. Mr. G. R. Cottrelle
  76. Mrs. R. W. Craig
  77. Captain J. S. Critchley
  78. Mr. Harry Cunningham
  79. Miss Irene Daly
  80. Mr. T. G. Dean
  81. Mr. Rafael De la Cova
  82. Mr. D. Dick
  83. Mr. Albert C. Dodge
  84. Mrs. Dodge
  85. Miss Eleanor D. Dodge
  86. Mr. Irving E. Doob
  87. Mrs. E. R. Dorrance
  88. Mr. Henry Ogden Du Bois
  89. Mr. Robert Duchesne
  90. Mrs. K. J. Duff
  91. Mrs. Dunham and Child
  92. Mr. C. L. Dutreil
  93. Sir Joseph Duveen and Manservant
  94. Lady Duveen and Maid
  95. Mrs. J. Dyer
  96. Miss E. M. Ellis
  97. Mr. Wallace B. Ellis
  98. Mrs. Leon Errol
  99. Mrs. Agnes D. Exton
  100. Mr. G. W. Fairchild
  101. Mr. Guiseppe Fantoni
  102. Mr. Irving P. Favor
  103. Mr. M. Federman
  104. Mr. E. H. Finch
  105. Mr. Walter S. Finlay
  106. Mr. James Fisher
  107. Mr. Francis C. Foard
  108. Mr. George Forest
  109. Mrs. Forest
  110. Mr. Clarence Frank
  111. Mr. C. A. Gaines
  112. Mr. George A. Galliver
  113. Mrs. Galliver
  114. Mrs. L. F. Garrod
  115. Mr. George Gibbs
  116. Mr. G. H. Gillespie
  117. Mrs. Gillespie
  118. Dr. Gilruth
  119. Miss Meta Glass
  120. Mr. C. J. D. Goldie
  121. Mr. James E. Gowen
  122. Mrs. D. S. Graham
  123. Miss Dorothy Graham
  124. Mr. Marion Green
  125. Mr. William Griffiths
  126. Miss Sybil Gukes
  127. Gunby, Mr. Frank M
  128. Gutman, Mr. Leo
  129. Hadley, Mr. Art
  130. Haldeman, Mr. B. F
  131. Mr. Charles H. Hall
  132. Mrs. Hall
  133. Mrs. Louis Hamburger
  134. Mr. Walter C. Hamm
  135. Mr. George U. Hammond
  136. Mrs. Mortimer Hancock
  137. Mr. Harry Hardy
  138. Mr. Solomon Harman
  139. Mrs. Harman
  140. Mr. A. A. Harris
  141. Mr. J. Laurence Harris
  142. Dr. C. Hatfield
  143. Major Haynes
  144. Mr. T. W. Henderson
  145. Mrs. Henderson
  146. Mrs. B. L. Herman
  147. Mr. A. Hilliard
  148. Mrs. Hilliard
  149. Mr. T. M. Hilliard
  150. Mr. Arthur S. Hillyer
  151. Mr. Alfred Hinds
  152. Commander Hobbs
  153. Mrs. B. D. Hobbs
  154. Mrs. E. Gowen Hood
  155. Mrs. G. Hope-Johnstone
  156. Mr. G. L. Houston
  157. Mr. Walter L. Hubbel
  158. Capt. C. A. P. Hulls, M.C
  159. Mrs. Dorothy C. Hurd
  160. Mr. F. C. Hurt
  161. Mr. G. F. James
  162. Mr. M. M. James
  163. Mr. Paul Jaulus
  164. Mr. Dean Jay
  165. Mr. Waldemar Kaempffert
  166. Hon. B. S. Kamat
  167. Mrs. Kaufman
  168. Mr. Joseph M. Kelly
  169. Mr. B. W. Kendall
  170. Miss Louise Kissel
  171. Miss M. Klitz
  172. Mr. Felix Klugmann
  173. Mrs. Florence Koehler
  174. Mr. M. W. Kribbs
  175. Mr. Walter D. Lane
  176. Mr. Henry Leeuw
  177. Mr. L. de Lemlard
  178. Miss M. Leslie
  179. Mr. David B. Levi
  180. Captain Levy
  181. Mr. A. T. Leyden
  182. Mr. Alfred F. Lichtenstein
  183. Miss Mary K. Lincoln
  184. Mr. Irving Livingstone
  185. Mr. H. J. Loftus
  186. Mrs. Loftus
  187. Miss Helen A. Loring
  188. Mr. H. W. Losh
  189. Mr. Newton R. Luther
  190. Dr. David Lyman
  191. Dr. R. Masujima
  192. Mr. C. D. McAllister
  193. Mr. J. J. McCarthy
  194. Mr. E. L. McClaim
  195. Mrs. McClaim
  196. Mr. John W. McKee
  197. Mr. R. H. Mechan
  198. Miss J. Meech
  199. Mrs. G. Melendez
  200. Master G. Melendez
  201. Mr. H. E. Memminger
  202. Mr. J. M. Mercer
  203. Mr. Felix Meyer
  204. Mr. W. E. Mingea
  205. Mr. G. Molitor
  206. Miss H. Moore
  207. Mr. H. W. Morgan
  208. Miss Caroline Morgan
  209. Mr. Arthur Morris
  210. Miss Mabel Morris
  211. Mrs. H. E. Morritt
  212. Miss M. Morrow
  213. Mr. S. Mort
  214. Mrs. Mort
  215. Mr. E. T. Mostert
  216. Miss Mowbray-Laning
  217. Mr. J. H. Murphy
  218. Mr. C. J. Mader
  219. Mr. C. C. Magenheimer
  220. Mr. Alan F. Mallony
  221. Miss Emily E. C. Martin and Maid
  222. Mr. G. J. Masaryk
  223. Mr. Alex J. Maserinsky
  224. Mr. John Taylor Newmark
  225. Rev. J . Fort Newton, D.D
  226. Mrs. Newton
  227. Master Joseph E. Newton
  228. Miss Josephine Newton
  229. Mr. G. H. Nolte
  230. Mr. L. Noot
  231. Mr. Arthur J. North
  232. Mr. E. J. Oberlander
  233. Mr. J. C. O'Laughlin
  234. Mrs. O'Laughlin
  235. Mr. John H. Pope
  236. Mrs. Pope
  237. Mr. L. B. Preston
  238. Mrs. Preston
  239. Master John Preston
  240. Miss Jean Preston
  241. Mr. Walter W. Price
  242. Mr. Leo M. Purwin
  243. Mrs. Purwin
  244. Mr. Frank Palmer
  245. Mr. A. E. Parker
  246. Mrs. Parker
  247. Mr. Wilbur Peets
  248. Miss Gladys Peters and Governess
  249. Major P. M. Peters
  250. Mr. A. E. Peto
  251. Mr. F. A. Phillips
  252. Mr. Emil G. Pieper
  253. Mrs. Pieper
  254. Mr. James A. Pike
  255. Mrs. Pike and Maid
  256. Mr. James A. Pike, Jr.
  257. Miss Nita Pike
  258. Mr. David Pister
  259. Mr. James Ives Plumb
  260. Mrs. Plumb
  261. Mr. F. G. Pohndorff
  262. Mrs. Pohndorff
  263. Master Fedrico Pohndorff
  264. Miss Anita R. Pohndorff and Nurse
  265. Mrs. F. W. Polehampton
  266. Miss L. Polk and Maid
  267. Dr. G. R. Radmore
  268. Mr. Joseph Rathbone and Manservant
  269. Mr. D. H. Read
  270. Mrs. Read
  271. Miss Caroline Read
  272. Mr. M. Rechtszafen
  273. Mr. J. F. Reigate
  274. Mr. Jurto Restrepo
  275. Capt. D. J. Retchford
  276. Mr. W. F. Reynolds
  277. Mr. Percy Richardson
  278. Mr. Carroll C. Riles
  279. Mr. Ringe
  280. Mrs. P. Brooks Robinson
  281. Mr. C. A. Robinson
  282. Mrs. B. Robson
  283. Mr. E. Rogers
  284. Mrs. Alice Rogers
  285. Master Rogers
  286. Mrs. M. P. Rosenberg
  287. Mr. John Ross
  288. Mr. H. S. Rothschild
  289. Mr. Louis Rothschild
  290. Mr. Henry Rowland
  291. Mrs. E, R. Ryan
  292. Mr. Harry E. Schwarz
  293. Baroness Alice de Schoenhalf
  294. Mr. A. Schorr
  295. Miss I. M. Shiels
  296. Mr. George Shirtcliffe
  297. Mrs. Shirtcliffe
  298. Miss J. R. Shirtcliffe
  299. Mr. S. M. Siegel
  300. Mr. J. H. Simpson
  301. Mr. A. Smith
  302. Mrs. K. A. Smith
  303. Miss A. J. Smith
  304. Mrs. Snape
  305. Mrs. H. Snell and Maid
  306. Mrs. Hope Allen Sommer
  307. Miss Martha Speakman
  308. Mr. H. F. Stallman
  309. Mr. Paul Stamm
  310. Mrs. Stamm
  311. Dr. L. Stein
  312. Mrs. Stein
  313. Mr. Leo Steiner
  314. Mr. William Steinway
  315. Major G. de St. C. Stevenson
  316. Mrs. Stevenson
  317. Master G. de St. C. Stevenson
  318. Mr. Malcolm B. Stone
  319. Mr. Strohmberg
  320. Lt. Leon Strout
  321. Mr. J. Suisheimer
  322. Mr. F. S. Symons
  323. Mrs. Symons
  324. Miss Jean Symons
  325. Master Stewart Symons
  326. Miss Dora Symons and Nurse
  327. Mr. John M. Taylor
  328. Mrs. Taylor
  329. Mr. P. M. Taylor
  330. Mr. E. N. Todd
  331. Mr. George C. Treadwell
  332. Mrs. Henry Tremenheere and Maid
  333. Miss Troissin
  334. Miss Gladys Turner
  335. Mr. L. Tyfield
  336. Mr. W. J. Urchs
  337. Mrs. Urchs
  338. Mr. Usura
  339. Mrs. Usura
  340. Mr. A. L. Valentine
  341. Capt. D. J. Valentine
  342. Mr. E. H. Van Ingen
  343. Mrs. Robert Van Wyck
  344. Miss Ethel G. Van Wyck
  345. Miss Kathryn L. Van Wyck
  346. Mr. Vosper
  347. Mr. O. M. Wagner
  348. Mr. J. F. Walmesley
  349. Mrs. Walmesley
  350. Mrs. Lilyan L. Watson
  351. Mrs. P. M. Watson
  352. Master John B. Watson
  353. Mr. John Watts
  354. Mrs. Watts
  355. Miss Watts
  356. Mr. F. B. Wendeler
  357. Mr. H. S. Wente
  358. Mr. Robert Weston
  359. Mr. Wheelan
  360. Lt. C. J. White
  361. Dr. W. C. White
  362. Mrs. H. Whitehouse
  363. Mrs. C. E. Whitney
  364. Mr. E. F. Wiederholdt
  365. Mr. C. J. Wilkinson
  366. Mr. W. P. Willis
  367. Mr. J. B. Wilson
  368. Miss E. Wilson
  369. Dr. B. Y. Wong
  370. Mr. J. T. Wood
  371. Mrs. Wood
  372. Mr. W. H. Woodin
  373. Mr. A. D. Woodman

Information for First Class Passengers

  • Breakfast from 5 a.m. until 10 a.m
  • Lunch at 1 p.m
  • Dinner at 7 p.m

The Bar opens at 8 a.m., and closes at 11-30 p.m.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p.m., Lounge and Reading Room at 11-30 p.m., and Smoke Room at 12 Midnight.

Divine Service in the Saloon on Sunday at 10-30 a.m.

Smoking.—Passengers are kindly requested not to smoke in the Dining Saloon.

Seats at Table. Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply for same to the Second Steward.

Children are not entitled to seats in the Saloon unless full fare is paid.

Notice. Passengers desiring to dine later than the usual hour, 7 p.m.. can have dinner served at any time up to 8-15 p.m., by giving notice to the Second Steward not later than 1-30 p.m.

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.

AN Enquiry Office has been provided for the convenience of Passengers, where all enquiries for information of a general character can be made.

Letters. Cables, Telegrams and Marconigrams are received here for despatch. and Postage stamps can be purchased, and Deck Chairs and Steamer Rugs hired at this office, through which also all Mails will be distributed.

None of the ship's staff other than those on duty in the Enquiry Office are authorised to accent Letters or Telegrams for despatch.

Passengers are requested to ask for a Receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair or Steamer Rug Dire, or Freight paid on board.

Passengers' Addresses may be left at the Enquiry Office, in order that any letters received after Passengers have left the steamer may be forwarded.

Deck Chairs can be hired at a charge of 6/- each for the voyage. Steamer Rugs can be hired at a charge of 6/- each for the voyage.

Valuables. The White Star Line 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.

Exchange of Money. The Purser is prepared, for the convenience of Passengers, to exchange a limited amount of English and American money, at rates which will be advised en application.

Travellers' Cheques, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the principal Mikes of the White Star Line. These Cheques are accepted on board White Star steamers in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same.

Baggage. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, who is the Ship s Baggage Master. Trunks, Chairs, etc., which Passengers nem desire to leave in charge of the Company, should be properly labelled and handed to the Baggage Ramer an the Wharf at New York, and such articles will be stored entirely as owners rib. It I. for Passengers themselves to see all their baggage is passed by the U.S. Caresur Maboritles on landing.

Dogs. Passengers are notified that dogs cannot be landed in Great Britian unless a license has previously been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms and License must be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog is taken on board.

This Steamer is fitted with Marconi's system of Wireless Telegraphy and also with Submarine Signalling Apparatus.

Wireless Telegram Rates

for United States.—The Wireless rate via New York, Boston or Siasconsett, is calculated at 7d per word ; every word in the address, text and signature counted ; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

The Wireless rate via Cape Race, Sable Island, Cape Sable, is calculated at 1/0i per word. every word in the address, text and signature counted ; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

for Canada.—The Wireless rate via Cape Race, Sable Island, Cape Sable, is calculated at vei per word ; every word in the address, text and signature counted ; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

The Wireless rate via Montreal, Quebec, Grosse Isle, Three Rivers, Father Point, Cape Bear, Pictou, is calculated at 2id per word ; every word in the address, text and signature counted ; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.
The Wireless rate via Clarke City, Fame Point, Harrington, Heath Point, Magdalen Island, North Sydney, Halifax, Partridge Island, Belle Isle, Cape Ray, Point Rich, Point Amour, is calculated at 6d. per word ; every word in the address, text and signature counted ; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

for United Kingdom.—The rate via Valentla, or other stations in the United Kingdom, is 10d. per word ; every word In address, text and signature counted ; land line charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

Ship To Ship.—The General rate on ship to ship messages is 3d. per word, but as Dutch, Belgian and certain other vessels apply a ship tax with a minimum of ten words, the charges on messages to these vessels will be calculated as follows :

English ship tax 4d. per word without minimum: Dutch or Belgian, &c., ship tax 4d. per word, with a minimum of 3s. 4d. Thus for a message of ten words or more the charge is 8d. per word.

Ocean Letters.—The Marconi Company have inaugurated an "Ocean Letter " service, by which radio-telegrams may be sent from one ship to another going in an opposite direction, for delivery by Registered Post from the first port of call of the latter vessel. The rate is (inclusive of wireless, postage and registration) Is. 6d. for 30 words plus ld. for each additional word up to a maximum of 100 words. This class of message must contain full Postal Address.

in The First Class.
Turkish and Electric Baths On The S.S. "Adriatic"

The Turkish Baths, WHICH ARE LOCATED UPON The Main Deck, CONSIST of The USUAL Hot, Temperate, and COOLING Rooms, Shampooing Rooms, Massage COUCH, and Electric Baths. A Plunge Bath is Also PROVIDED in CONJUNCTION with SAME. Experienced ATTENDANTS ARE in Charge.

These Baths WILL Be Available for :—

  Times Tickets
Ladies From 10 A.M. To I P.M. 4/6 = $1.00
Gentlemen From 2 P.M. To 7 P.M. 4/6 = $1.00
Electric Baths   5/8 = $1.25

Plunge Baths

The Plunge Bath WILL Be Open Between The Following Hours :—

     
Ladies From 10 AM. To 11 A.M. Free
11 A.M. To 1 P.M. 1/- = (25c)
Gentlemen From 6 A-M. To 9 A.M. Free
2 P.M. To 7 P.M. 1/- = (25c)

COSTUME PROVIDED Free of Charge.

Gymnasium

ADJACENT To The Turkish and Electric Baths THERE is A Gymnasium, WHICH WILL Be Open (with A COMPETENT ATTENDANT in Charge) for EXERCISE By Ladies and Gentlemen, RESPECTIVELY, DURING The SAME Hours AS The Baths, BUT NO Charge WILL Be MADE for The USE of The Appliances.

Children—The Gymnasium WILL Be Available for Children From 1 P.M. To 3 P.M. ONLY.

Tickets OBTAINABLE at The ENOUIRY Office

Steamer Chairs and Rugs

CAN Be Hired On APPLICATION at The Enquiry Office at A Charge of 6/- Each for The Voyage.

Upper Berths.

Passengers OCCUPYING Upper Berths CAN OBTAIN STEPS for GETTING in or OUT of SAME On APPLYING To The Steward or StewardESS.

Breakfast.

AS The BUGLE is Not SOUNDED for Breakfast, Passengers DESIROUS of BEING WAKENED Should ARRANGE To Be CALLED By Their BEDr.OM StewardS.

Letters, &c., for Passengers

WILL Be BROUGHT on Board BEFORE The Passengers LAND.

Passengers Should PerSONALLY ASCERTAIN WHETHER THERE is Any Mail for THEM BEFORE DISEMBARKING. and THEY ARE INVITED To LEAVE Their Addresses at The Enquiry Office for Any LATER DESPATCHES To Be RE-DIRECTED.

Landing Arrangements at New York.

Should The Steamer Arrive at The New York 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 Have The WHOLE of Their Baggage PASSED The Following Morning Not EARLIER THAN __ O'CLOCK. Breakfast WILL Be SERVED To THOSE WHO REMAIN on Board Overnight.

Public Telephones,

With Booths and Operators, on our New York Piers.

August 1919 Westbound Voyage - R.M.S. Adriatic

  • Date of Voyage: 1919 November 14 - 23
  • Vessel: Adriatic
  • Class: First Class Passengers
  • Route: Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Captain: J. B. Ranson, O.B.E., Lt. Cmdr. R.N.R. (Retd.)
  • Number of Printed Pages: 15
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • First Class Passengers: 373
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 5
  • Notable Passengers: Not Researched
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13.4 x 20.7 cm
  • Binding: Center Staples
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 197, Column 3

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