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S.S. Homeric Passenger List 25 August 1926

Front Cover, S.S. Homeric Passenger List 25 August 1926

Cabin Passenger List from the S.S. Homeric of the White Star Line, Departing 25 August 1926 from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain A. Holme.

White Star Line
S.S. Homeric
Captain A. Holme
From Southampton to New York via Cherbourg
Wednesday, 25 August 1926

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain A. Holme
  • Chief Engineer: F. W. Ruddle, OB.E., (Engineer Lt. Cmdr. R.N.R., Retd.)
  • Surgeon: T. R. W. Atkins, L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), L.R.C.P. (Glas.)
  • Assistant Surgeon: J. A. Richardson, M.B., Ch.B. (Edin.)
  • Purser: W. Greenslade
  • Assistant Purser: S. H. Cook
  • Chief Steward: W. Jones
  • Chief Third Cabin Steward: J. Bulbrook

Cabin Passengers

  1. Adams, Mr. J. W.
  2. Adams, Mr. A.
  3. Adams, Mrs. H. J.
  4. Aldrich, Mr. A.
  5. Aldrich, Mrs.
  6. Aldrich, Master
  7. Allyn, Miss H. M.
  8. Allyn, Miss
  9. Anderson, Mr. Carl D.
  10. Anderson, Mr. T. S.
  11. Anderson, Col.
  12. Anderson, Mrs.
  13. Anderson, Miss E.
  14. Ariss, Miss D.
  15. Armstrong, Miss M.
  16. Arnold. Dr. J. S.
  17. Arnold, Miss R.
  18. Axline, Miss D.
  19. Bacharach, Miss F.
  20. Badger, Miss Alma
  21. Bair, Miss I.
  22. Baldwin, Miss N.
  23. Ball, Mr. Henry
  24. Bannon, Miss A. M.
  25. Barker, Miss J.
  26. Barnes, Miss E.
  27. Beatty, Mr. J. M.
  28. Beatty, Miss R.
  29. Beatty, Miss E.
  30. Beaumont, Miss Cora
  31. Bechtel. Miss F.
  32. Bennett, Mr. R.
  33. Benton, Miss M.
  34. Berman, Miss B.
  35. Bernstein, Miss S.
  36. Berusten, Miss D.
  37. Biggs, Miss Hazel
  38. Biggs, Mr. B. C.
  39. Biggs, Miss E. B.
  40. Billings, Miss Francis
  41. Birch, Miss
  42. Bishop, Miss R. T.
  43. Blair. Miss
  44. Blandford, Miss H.
  45. Bloom, Miss G.
  46. Bloomfield, Mrs. A.
  47. Blum, Miss J.
  48. Boden, Miss Dorothy
  49. Bowers, Miss E.
  50. Bowersox, Miss Katherine
  51. Bradfute. Miss M.
  52. Bradfute, Miss R.
  53. Brais, Miss B.
  54. Breazeale, Miss L.
  55. Bredin, Miss E.
  56. Breed, Miss I. M.
  57. Brickel, Miss F.
  58. Brinsmade, Mr. F. G.
  59. Brinsmade, Mrs. J. S.
  60. Brown, Miss Alice
  61. Brown, Miss E. R.
  62. Brown, Rev. A.
  63. Brown, Mrs.
  64. Brown, Miss H.
  65. Browne, Miss A. G.
  66. Browne, Miss E. M.
  67. Broyderick, Miss M. M.
  68. Bruce, Miss Eva
  69. Bruckner, Miss M.
  70. Bryan, Miss H.
  71. Buck, Mr. B.
  72. Buck, Mrs. D.
  73. Bulmer, Mrs. J.
  74. Bulmer, Master C. J.
  75. Burg, Miss Olga
  76. Burg, Miss Mabel
  77. Bush, Mr. C. W.
  78. Bussard, Mr. Lawrence
  79. Caldwell, Miss H.
  80. Campbell, Miss Josephine
  81. Carver, Mr. E. R.
  82. Chapin, Miss Edna
  83. Christenson, Miss E.
  84. Christiansen, Miss J.
  85. Clancy, Miss N.
  86. Clancy, Miss D.
  87. Cliff. Mrs. K. E.
  88. Coburn, Miss Catherine
  89. Coleman. Miss Freda
  90. Colton-Welles, Miss M.
  91. Colucci, Mr. F.
  92. Comby, Miss E.
  93. Condon, Miss J.
  94. Condon, Miss M.
  95. Connolly, Miss F. M.
  96. Connolly, Miss M. A.
  97. Coomes. Miss H.
  98. Coon, Miss G. A.
  99. Cooper, Miss P.
  100. Corning, Mr. Howard
  101. Corrkis, Mr. W. A.
  102. Cox, Mr. William
  103. Cox, Mrs. Laura
  104. Cram, Miss J.
  105. Creamer, Rev. F, B.
  106. Croswell, Miss J. E.
  107. Crowell, Mr. N. J.
  108. Cruickshank, Miss A. L.
  109. Cullen, Miss Lula
  110. Currier, Miss M.
  111. Cutujian, Mrs. T. K
  112. Cutujian, Miss
  113. Dallas, Miss M. G.
  114. Daniels, Miss M,
  115. Davey, Miss G.
  116. Dawe, Mr. A.
  117. Dawe, Mrs. T.
  118. Day, Miss M.
  119. De Hoog, Mr. George
  120. De Hoog, Mrs. Carrie
  121. Derby, Miss E. H.
  122. Dick, Miss M.
  123. Dodge, Miss F. A.
  124. Doggett, Miss M. V.
  125. Dorr, Miss I. N.
  126. Dougherty, Miss M.
  127. Dougherty, Miss M.
  128. Dudley, Mrs. B.
  129. Dudley, Miss M.
  130. Dumont, Miss B.
  131. Dunlop, Mr. M. S.
  132. Earl, Mr. H. I.
  133. Earl, Mrs.
  134. Eaton, Miss A.
  135. Eaton, Miss M. B.
  136. Eaton, Mrs. M. L.
  137. Eaton, Miss R. E.
  138. Ebling, Miss Emily
  139. Elliott, Miss M. E.
  140. Engler, Miss H.
  141. Evans, Miss P. A.
  142. Evers, Miss N.
  143. Ewing, Mr. Fred
  144. Faber, Mr. E. S.
  145. Faber, Mrs.
  146. Fatio, Mr. Alfred
  147. Filkins, Mr. Wm.
  148. Filkins, Mrs. Alma
  149. Filkins, Miss Mary
  150. Filkins, Miss E.
  151. Fine, Jr., Mr. Francis
  152. Fitzpatrick, Miss I.
  153. Flint, Mr.
  154. Flint, Mrs.
  155. Foote, Mr. E. S.
  156. Ford, Miss M. E.
  157. Fortune, Mr. F.
  158. Foss, Miss Lilian
  159. Fox, Miss E.
  160. Froeb, Miss Helen
  161. Froeb, Miss Louise
  162. Froeb, Miss Francis
  163. Frost, Mrs. J. E.
  164. Frost. Miss C. E.
  165. Fuller, Mrs. A. F.
  166. Gallagher,. Miss R.
  167. George, Miss E.
  168. Gibby, Miss H.
  169. Gicquel, Miss M.
  170. Gillum, Mrs. E.
  171. Goldberg, Miss R.
  172. Goldman, Miss C. V.
  173. Goldwater, Miss Janet
  174. Goodrich, Miss Mary
  175. Goodrich, Mr. D.
  176. Goodrich, Mrs.
  177. Goodrich, Master
  178. Gordesky, Miss T.
  179. Gore, Miss F.
  180. Graham, Mr. Stephen
  181. Grayburn, Mrs. F. G.
  182. Grayburn. Miss M. E.
  183. Green, Mrs. M.
  184. Greenburg, Mrs.
  185. Greene, Miss K. G.
  186. Grout, Miss Mildred
  187. Grout, Miss Martha
  188. Guillow, Mrs. S. O.
  189. Gulbransen, Miss M.
  190. Halsey, Miss E.
  191. Hambro, Miss I. H.
  192. Hamilton. Miss I. E.
  193. Hampson, Miss E.
  194. Hannah, Mr. H.
  195. Harris, Rev. J.
  196. Harsen, Miss D.
  197. Harsen, Miss A.
  198. Hart, Rev. Geo.
  199. Haught, Mr. T. W.
  200. Haught, Mr. A.
  201. Hay, Miss M. L.
  202. Heck. Miss M. P.
  203. Heim, Miss S.
  204. Henry, Mr. Chas.
  205. Henry, Miss L.
  206. Henthorne, Miss O. E.
  207. Henthorpe, Miss
  208. Heuser, Mr. L.
  209. Higbee, Miss E. S.
  210. Hill, Mrs. Ella G.
  211. Hill, Miss J.
  212. Hiller, Miss Alma
  213. Himmelreich, Miss L.
  214. Hoag, Miss E.
  215. Hoagland, Miss E. C.
  216. Hobbs, Miss J. E.
  217. Hobson, Miss A. E.
  218. Holland, Mrs, N. A.
  219. Hollingsworth, Miss M.
  220. Hoogendam, Mr. John
  221. Horin. Miss M,
  222. Hosmer, Mr. D.
  223. Howell, Mr. W.
  224. Howell, Mrs. E. M.
  225. Huser, Mr. Paul
  226. Irwin, Miss G.
  227. Jacobs, Miss M.
  228. Jacoby, Mr. Henry
  229. Jagsch, Miss Alma
  230. Jagsch, Miss Helene
  231. Jenkins, Mrs. P. T.
  232. Joffe, Miss R.
  233. Jones, Mr. A. W.
  234. Jones, Miss S.
  235. Jones, Miss A. B.
  236. Jones, Mr.
  237. Jones, Mrs.
  238. Kaighn, Miss M. E.
  239. Kane, Mr. T. F.
  240. Kane, Mr. P. K.
  241. Kane, Mrs. M. L.
  242. Kane, Miss G.
  243. Kaplan, Miss Leba
  244. Kaplan, Miss E.
  245. Katsyuff, Miss E.
  246. Kelk, Miss V.
  247. Kenney, Miss D. C.
  248. Ketcham, Mr.
  249. Kettewrig, Miss E.
  250. Kiewet, Miss E.
  251. Kinney, Miss I.
  252. Knight, Mr. W. E.
  253. Knight, Mrs.
  254. Knight, Miss F.
  255. Koch, Miss D.
  256. Kratz, Miss F. A.
  257. Krusen, Miss
  258. Labraudt, Prof. Lucien
  259. Landacre, Miss K. A.
  260. Lawrence, Miss Mary
  261. Lederme, Miss A.
  262. Lee, Miss N.
  263. Lemciy, Miss J.
  264. Levin, Miss Shirley
  265. Lewis, Mr. E.
  266. Lewis, Mrs. L.
  267. Lewis, Miss H.
  268. Lewis, Master M. H.
  269. Lissfelt, Mr. J. F.
  270. Lissfelt, Miss M. A.
  271. Lomax, Miss G.
  272. Lone, Mrs. R. O.
  273. Lone, Miss M.
  274. Lothrop, Mr. T.
  275. Lothrop, Mrs. E.
  276. Loudenslayer, Mrs, C.
  277. Loudenslayer, Miss E.
  278. Louric, Mr. Geo. B.
  279. Love, Miss M.
  280. Lowther, Mr. Hugh
  281. Lowther, Mrs. M.
  282. Luxton, Miss D.
  283. Lyons, Mr. A.
  284. MacCulloch, Mrs. J.
  285. Maehling, Mr. John H.
  286. Malone, Miss H. G.
  287. Mansfield, Miss M.
  288. Marsh, Miss E. B.
  289. Max, Mr. F.
  290. McCleave, Rev. D.
  291. McCleave, Mrs.
  292. McCleave, Master P. B.
  293. McCleave, Master H.
  294. McCurdy, S'fiss Alice
  295. McDonald, Mrs. J.
  296. McEwan, Miss C.
  297. McKay, Miss Mary
  298. McLeod, Mr, R, D.
  299. McNall, Miss F.
  300. McPherson, Mrs. Sara
  301. Mecklenberg, Rev. Geo.
  302. Mecklenberg, Mrs.
  303. Mecklenberg, Miss M.
  304. Meserie, Miss Eva
  305. Meyers, Miss Vera
  306. Militcau, Mr. C.
  307. Militeau, Mrs.
  308. Militeau. Mr. J.
  309. Militeau, Mrs.
  310. Mills. Mrs. J. F.
  311. Miller. Mr. H. A.
  312. Miller, Mx. H. E.
  313. Minchin, Mr. Henry
  314. Minchin, Mrs. H.
  315. Minchin, Master E.
  316. Moore, Mr. W. H.
  317. Moore, Mrs.
  318. Morris, Mr. Win. H.
  319. Morris, Miss C.
  320. Morse, Mr. J. Robert
  321. Morse, Mr. John
  322. Moses, Miss Margaret
  323. Moss, Mr. H.
  324. Murray, Miss H.
  325. Mustoc, Mr. Herbert
  326. Mustoc, Mrs. C.
  327. Mustoe, Miss R.
  328. Nagelschmidt, Dr. Franz
  329. Neal, Miss B.
  330. Neal, Miss E.
  331. Neander, Miss W. F.
  332. Neate, Mr. E.
  333. Nemsec, Miss C. V.
  334. Newman, Miss Edith
  335. Newton, Mr. F. L.
  336. Nickoloff, Mr. M.
  337. Nixon, Miss M.
  338. Nordgaard, Prof. M. A.
  339. North, Mr. Wm. J.
  340. North, Mrs. I.
  341. Oakley, Miss Mary
  342. Olesen, Mr. P.
  343. Olesen, Mrs. A.
  344. Olesen. Miss M. W.
  345. Olto, Miss A.
  346. Oppenheimer, Miss C.
  347. Oranobich, Miss I.
  348. Paddock, Mr. Howard
  349. Palton, Mr, H. V.
  350. Parker, Miss M.
  351. Pera, Mr. L.
  352. Pera, Mrs. M.
  353. Pera, Miss D.
  354. Petri, Mrs. E. S.
  355. Philips, Miss R. D.
  356. Potham, Miss C. E.
  357. Powell, Miss
  358. Powell, Miss Victoria
  359. Prans, Mr. Henry
  360. Price, Mrs. L.
  361. Priday, Miss Faith
  362. Pullan, Mrs. M.
  363. Rawlings, Miss R.
  364. Ray, Miss Winifred
  365. Reigart, Mr.
  366. Reigart, Mrs.
  367. Reilly, Miss M.
  368. Rheimer, Mr. H. O.
  369. Rice, Miss M. N.
  370. Richards, Mrs. M.
  371. Richards, Miss L.
  372. Riggs, Miss A. H.
  373. Ritchie, Miss M. E.
  374. Robards, Miss M.
  375. Rooney, Miss I. A.
  376. Rooney, Miss R. M.
  377. Roska, Mr. F. J.
  378. Rout, Dr. D. F.
  379. Rufi, Miss O.
  380. Rundle, Mr. E. T.
  381. Russ, Miss M.
  382. Rutherford, Mr. W. T.
  383. Salisbury, Miss B.
  384. Sapodin, Miss C.
  385. Saunders, Miss E. M.
  386. Saye, Mr. Isaac G.
  387. Saye, Mrs. M. A.
  388. Saye, Miss M. A.
  389. Schade, Miss A. C.
  390. Schade, Miss G. E.
  391. Schattmace, Mr. A.
  392. Schelp, Miss J. M.
  393. Schmook, Miss A.
  394. Schroder, Mrs. E. C.
  395. Scurlock, Miss S.
  396. Sears, Miss Katherine
  397. Sendroy, Junr., Dr. J.
  398. Shafer, Miss R. T.
  399. Shepard, Mr. L.
  400. Sherman, Miss F.
  401. Shotter, Mr. R.
  402. Shotter, Miss M.
  403. Showerman, Mrs. G.
  404. Showerman, Miss A. M.
  405. Shumway, Miss H.
  406. Shumway, Miss A.
  407. Skoulding, Miss A. U.
  408. Smith, Miss D. G.
  409. Spangberg, Mr. K.
  410. Spangberg, Mr. Kendrick
  411. Spaulding, Miss Ruth
  412. Speir, Mrs. O.
  413. Squire, Mr. Arthur F.
  414. Start, Mr. Chas.
  415. Steger, Miss D.
  416. Stevens, Miss C. A.
  417. Stevens, Miss F. I.
  418. Stewart, Miss A.
  419. Stimson, Miss Dorothy
  420. Stimson, Miss Barabara
  421. Stone, Miss G. M.
  422. Stoughton, Mr. B.
  423. Suter, Mrs. L.
  424. Synnestvedt, Rev. H.
  425. Taylor, Mr. H. A.
  426. Taylor, Miss
  427. Taylor, Miss E.
  428. Taylor, Miss K.
  429. Taylor, Miss K.
  430. Teatem, Miss G.
  431. Thomas, Miss N.
  432. Thomas, Miss M. H.
  433. Thompson, Mr. C. R.
  434. Thome, Miss M.
  435. Till, Miss C.
  436. Tobriner, Mr. W.
  437. Tonne, Mr. Herbert
  438. Trattner, Mr. L.
  439. Trauberfeld, Mr. I.
  440. True, Miss Katherine
  441. True, Miss Eunice
  442. Turtle, Mrs. E.
  443. Tyler, Mr. Wm.
  444. Tyler, Mrs.
  445. Tyson, Miss E.
  446. Vallenstein, Mrs. M.
  447. Vallenstein, Master R.
  448. Van Dyke, Miss E.
  449. Van Dyke. Mr. G.
  450. Van Dyke, Mrs. E.
  451. Van Home, Miss Mary
  452. Van Riper, Mr. Benj. W.
  453. Veysey, Miss D. M.
  454. Ward, Miss F. E.
  455. Warrington, Mrs. A.
  456. Warshaw, Mr. Jacob
  457. Warshaw, Mrs. Hazel
  458. Waten, Miss E. A.
  459. Watkins, Miss Ruth
  460. Watton, Miss Nan
  461. Weahley, Miss A. P.
  462. Webb, Miss E.
  463. Weidenthal, Miss P.
  464. Weissgerber, Miss C.
  465. Weissgerber, Mrs. M.
  466. Wendle, Miss Miriam
  467. Wetherald, Miss D.
  468. Whiffing, Miss W.
  469. Whiffing, Miss C.
  470. White, Miss B.
  471. White, Miss Alma E.
  472. Whitehead, Rev. R. S.
  473. Williamson, Mrs. P. C.
  474. Willis, Mr. A.
  475. Wills, Miss M.
  476. Wilson, Miss O. A.
  477. Wood, Mrs. Henry
  478. Wood, Miss E.
  479. Woods, Mr. J. B.
  480. Wood-Smith, Mrs. G. M.
  481. Wood-Smith, Miss Jane
  482. Work, Mr. J. R.
  483. Worthington, Miss L. E.
  484. Yeomans, Miss E. I.
  485. Yockel, Miss M.
  486. Young, Mr. A.
  487. Zecca, Miss R. L.
  488. Zimmerman, Mr. P.

Passenger Information

BREAKFAST at 8 a.m.

LUNCHEON at 12 Noon.

DINNER at 6 p.m.

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

Lights are extinguished in the Dining Saloon at 11 p.m., Reading and Writing Room and Smoking Room at 11-30 p.m.

Divine Service will be held on Sundays at 11 a.m.

SMOKING. Passengers are kindly requested not to smoke in the Dining Saloon,

It is also desired that ladies should refrain from using the Smoking Room.

SEATS AT TABLE. Passengers should apply to the Tourist Third Cabin Steward for reservation of seats.

UPPER BERTHS. Passengers occupying upper berths can obtain steps for getting in or out Of same on applying to the Steward or Stewardess.

THE PURSER'S OFFICE. Letters, Cables, Telegrams and Marconigrams are received or delivered, and Postage Stamps can bo purchased.

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

CHARGES COLLECTED ON BOARD. Passengers aro requested to ask for a Receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair or Steamer Rug Hire, charges collected for Marconigrams, Cablegrams or Telegrams or Freight paid on board.

PASSENGERS' ADDRESSES should be left at the Purser's Office, in order that any letters received after passengers have left tho steamer may be forwarded.

LIBRARY. Books can bo obtained on applying to the Library Steward.

DECK CHAIRS and STEAMER RUGS can be hired on application to the Tourist Third Cabin Steward, at a charge of 4/- (or $1) each for the voyage.

VALUABLES. For the convenience of passengers, the Line has provided in tho Purser's Office, a .cafe in which money, jewels, ornaments, documents or other valuables may be deposited by passengers.

A receipt for any articles so deposited will be issued by tho Purser, but the Line does not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions of Section 502 of tho Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, and of Section 4281 of the Revised Statutes of the United Slates, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such articles. Passengers are accordingly advised to protect themsolves by insurance.

EXCHANGE OP MONEY. Tho Purser is prepared, for the convenience of passengers, to exchange a limited amount of English, American and Canadian money, at rates which will be advised on application.

TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the principal offices of the Company. These Cheques are accepted on board steamers in payment Of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable thorn to cash same.

BAGGAGE. Questions relating to Baggage should bo referred to the Tourist Third Cabin Steward.

WARDROBE TRUNKS. Passengers are advised that, it is not always possible to arrange for the placing of Wardrobe Trunks in the passenger accommodation in a position where they are easily accessible, also that there is frequently difficulty with regard to the landing of such packages owing to their exceptional size.

DOGS. Passengers are notified that dogs must be handed over to the care of the butcher.

DECK GAMES and AMUSEMENTS. Deck Quoits. Shuffleboard, Bull Board and other games are provided on deck.

Chess, Draughts, Dominoes, etc, can be obtained on application to the Public Room Stewards.

WIRELESS TELEGRAM

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

LONG RANGE WIRELESS SERVICE

This vessel is fitted with special Iong range wireless apparatus which will enable passengers to communicate with their friends or business connections on shore at any time during the voyage across the North Atlantic Ocean.

POSTAL INFORMATION

HIGH SEAS MAIL.—On all British steamers British Postage Stamps and rates are used when mailing letters for European points, and such letters should toe posted in the snip's letter box in the ordinary way.

The mail bag is closed a few hours previous to arrival. Full particulars can be obtained at the Enquiry Office upon application.

Special Notice For Round Trip Tourist Passengers

Passengers holding return tickets who are undecided about their Canadian and United States addresses should advise same to our nearest office in Canada or United States by mail or in person as soon as possible after arrival abroad. If this is done by letter, please mention sailing on which you will return and accommodation reserved for you.

All passengers holding return tickets are requested to communicate with our nearest office at least a week in advance of their sailing from Canada or United States, so that necessary formalities may be arranged in connection with their return passage.

A Jazz Trio will play daily at the following hours :—

  • 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • 4 p.m. to 4-30 p-m.
  • 7 p.m to 8-30 p.m.
  • 10 p.m. to 10-30 p.m.
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