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List of Second Class Passengers on the Titanic

Front Cover of the Second Class Passenger List for the RMS Titanic

Front Cover of the Second Class Passenger List for the RMS Titanic. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 10368f9454

The Second Class Passenger List for the Titanic was not is a strict alphabetical order. For example, the first passenger listed, Mr. William Angle was listed before Mr. Sampson Abelson. The list has been alphabetized for the convenience of researchers.

Page 3 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Senior Officers and Passengers from Mr. William Angle to Mr. Jose de Brito.

Page 3 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Senior Officers and Passengers from Mr. William Angle to Mr. Jose de Brito. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 1036a1f1ac

List of Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: E. J. Smith, R.D. (Cmdr, R.N.R.)
  • Surgeon: W. F. N. O'Loughlin
  • Assistant Surgeon: J. E. Simpson
  • Purser: H. W. McElroy
  • Purser: R. L. Barker
  • Chief Steward: A. Latimer

As was the custom for most souvenir passenger lists, the listing of officers generally included the Surgeon/Assistant Surgeon, Purser/Assistant Purser, Chief Engineer, and Chief Steward. German passenger lists tended to list more of the crew members, British passenger lists leaned towards fewer offers and staff.

"A"

  1. Mrs. Hanna Abelson
  2. Mr. Samson Abelson
  3. Mr. Edgar Andrew
  4. Mrs. Angle
  5. Mr. W. Angle
  6. Frank Andrew
  7. Mr. John Ashby

"B"

  1. Mr. Percy Bailey
  2. Mrs. Ada F. Balls
  3. Mr. Chas. P. Bambridge
  4. Mr. Banfield
  5. Mr. Robert J. Bateman
  6. Mr. Edward Beane
  7. Mrs. Ethel Beane
  8. Mr. H. J. Beauchamp
  9. Mrs. A. O. Becker
  10. Miss Marion Louise Becker
  11. Master Richard Becker
  12. Miss Ruth Elizabeth Becker
  13. Mr. L. Beesley
  14. Miss Lilian W. Bentham
  15. Mr. W. S.Berreman
  16. Mr. W. H. Botsford
  17. Mr. Solomon Bowenur
  18. Mr. Jas. H. Bracker
  19. Mr. Jose de Brito

Page 4 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Rev. Thomas R. D. Byles to Miss Asimcion Durand

Page 4 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Rev. Thomas R. D. Byles to Miss Asimcion Durand. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 10378ca168

  1. Miss Amelia Mary Brown, Servant of the Allison Family of Montreal
  2. Miss E. Brown
  3. Mrs. E. C. Brown
  4. Miss Mildred Brown
  5. Mr. S. Brown
  6. Mr. Curt Bryhl
  7. Miss Dagmar Bryht
  8. Rev. T. R. D. Byles
  9. Mrs. Carolina Bystrom
  10. Miss Kate Buss
  11. Mr. Reginald Butler

"C"

  1. Mr. Albert Francis Caldwell
  2. Master Alden G . Caldwell
  3. Mrs. Sylvia M. Caldwell
  4. Miss Clear Cameron
  5. Mr. William Campbell
  6. Mr. W. Carbines
  7. Mr. Sebastiani de Carlo
  8. Mrs. Sebastiani de Carlo
  9. Mrs. E. C. Carver
  10. Rev. E. C. Carver
  11. Mr. C. Chapman
  12. Mr. D. H. Chapman
  13. Mrs. D. H. Chapman
  14. Mrs. Alice Christy
  15. Miss Jule Christy
  16. Mrs. Ada Maria Clarke
  17. Mr. Charles V. Clarke
  18. Mr. R. C. Coleridge
  19. Mr. Erik Collander
  20. Mr. Stewart Collett
  21. Mrs. Charlotte Collyer
  22. Mr. Harvev Collyer
  23. Miss MalorieCollyer
  24. Mrs. Irene C. Corbett
  25. Mrs. P. C. Corey
  26. Mr. Harry Cotterill
  27. Mr. Alf Cunningham

"D"

  1. Mrs. Agnes Davis
  2. Master John M. Davis

Page 5 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mr. Percy Deacon to Mr. Ambrose Hood

Page 5 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mr. Percy Deacon to Mr. Ambrose Hood. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 1037a192ad

  1. Miss M. Davis
  2. Mr. Charles Davies
  3. Mr. William James Dawnson
  4. Mr. Percy Deacon
  5. Mr. William Debaen
  6. Miss Bertha Decit
  7. Mr. Herbert Denbury
  8. Mrs. Ada J. Doling
  9. Miss Elsie Doling
  10. Baron von Drashsledt (saved as firstclass)
  11. Mr. James V. Drew
  12. Mrs. James V. Drew
  13. Master Marshall Drew
  14. Miss Asuncion Durand
  15. Miss Florentina Durand

"E"

  1. Mr. G. F. Eltemiller
  2. Mr. Ingvar Enander

"F"

  1. Mr. Arne D. Fahlstrom
  2. Mr. Charles Fallbrook
  3. Mr. Harry Faunthorpe
  4. Mrs. Lizzie Faunthorpe
  5. Mr. Stanley H. Fox
  6. Mr. A. Frost
  7. Miss Annie Funk
  8. Mr. Jos. Fyuncy

"G"

  1. Mr. Henry Gale
  2. Mr. Shadrach Gale
  3. Miss Garside
  4. Mr. Alfred Gaskell
  5. Mr. Galovence Gavey
  6. Master Wm. Hand S. George
  7. Mr. William Gilbert
  8. Mr. Edgar Giles
  9. Mr. Fred Giles
  10. Mr. Ralph Giles
  11. Mr. John Gill
  12. Mr. William Gillespie
  13. Mr. Hans L. Givard
  14. Miss H. Grais
  15. Mr. Samuel Greenberg

"H"

  1. Mr. Reginald Hale
  2. Mrs. Anna Hamalainen and Infant
  3. Mr. William Harbeck
  4. Mr. John Harper
  5. Miss Mina Harper
  6. Mr. Harris
  7. Mr. George Harris
  8. Mr. Benjamin Hart
  9. Mrs. Esther Hart
  10. Miss Eva M. Hart
  11. Mr. M. Hasono
  12. Miss Alice Herman
  13. Mrs. Jane Herman
  14. Miss Kate Herman
  15. Mr. Samuel Herman
  16. Mrs. M. D. Hewlett
  17. Mr. Leonard, Hickman
  18. Mr. Lewis Hickman
  19. Mr. Stanley Hickman
  20. Miss Marsh Hiesunen
  21. Mrs. Eliza Hocking
  22. Miss Nellie Hocking
  23. Mr. George Hocking
  24. Mr. Saml. J. Hocking
  25. Mr. Henry P. Hodges
  26. Masters Hoffman
  27. Mr. Hoffman
  28. Mrs. Annie Hold
  29. Mr. Stephen Hold
  30. Mr. Ambrose Hood

Page 6 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mr. Benjamin Howard to Mrs. Amelia Lamore

Page 6 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mr. Benjamin Howard to Mrs. Amelia Lamore. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 1037ee1973

  1. Mr. Benjamin Howard
  2. Mrs. Ellen T. Howard
  3. Mr. George Hunt

"J"

  1. Mr. S. S. Jacobsohn
  2. Mrs. S. S. Jacobsohn
  3. Mr. J. D. Jarvis
  4. Mr. Clifford Jefferys
  5. Mr. Ernest Jefferys
  6. Mrs. A. B. Jewan
  7. Mr. Stephen Jonkin

"K"

  1. Mrs. Kantor
  2. Mr. S. Kantor
  3. Mrs. J. F. Karnes
  4. Mr. Daniel Keane
  5. Miss Nora A. Keane
  6. Mrs. F. Kelly
  7. Rev. Charles Leonard Kirkland
  8. Mr. R. Knight

"L"

  1. Mr. Wm. Lahlenen
  2. Mrs. Wm. Lahlenen
  3. Mr. J. J. Lamb
  4. Mrs. A. Lamore

Page 7 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mr. Charles Laroche to Mr. Clifford R. Parker

Page 7 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mr. Charles Laroche to Mr. Clifford R. Parker. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 1038123fd0

  1. Mr. Joseph Laroche
  2. Mrs. Joseph Laroche
  3. Miss Louise Laroche
  4. Miss Semorine Laroche
  5. Miss Bertha Lehman
  6. Mr. Rene Leinot
  7. Miss Dessie Leisch
  8. Mr. R. J. Levy
  9. Mr. R. W. Leyson
  10. Mr. John Lingan
  11. Mrs. Alice A. Louch
  12. Mr. Charles Louch

"M"

  1. Mr. Arthur O. McCrae
  2. Mr. J. M. McCrie
  3. Mr. Peter D. McKane
  4. Mrs. Mary Mack
  5. Mr. A. Mallet
  6. Mrs. A. Mallet
  7. Master Andre Mallet
  8. Mr. Noel Malachard
  9. Mr. Joseph Manevila
  10. Mr. Emilio Mangeavacche
  11. Dr. E. Maraweck
  12. Mr. Henry Marshall
  13. Mrs. Kate Marshall
  14. Mr. W. J. Matthews
  15. Mr. Frank H. Maybery
  16. Mr. Wm. Mellers
  17. Mrs. Elisabeth Mellenger and child
  18. Mr. August Meyer
  19. Mr. Jacob E. Milling
  20. Mr. Henry Mitchell
  21. Mr. Thos. C. Mudd
  22. Mr. T. F. Myles

"N"

  1. Mr. Nicolas Nasser
  2. Mrs. Nicolas Nasser
  3. Mr. I. Nesson
  4. Mr. Joseph C. Nicholls
  5. Mr. Robt. D. Norman
  6. Mrs. Elizabeth Nye

"O"

  1. Mr. Oldworth
  2. Mr. Richard Otter
  3. Mr. T. Oxenham

"P"

  1. Mr. Julian Paard
  2. D. A. Pain
  3. Mr. Emilio Pallas
  4. Mr. Clifford R. Parker

Page 8 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mrs. L. Davis Parrish to Mrs. A. T. Tervan

Page 8 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mrs. L. Davis Parrish to Mrs. A. T. Tervan. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 1038447eee

  1. Mr. Frank Parks
  2. Mrs. L. D. Parrish
  3. Rev. P. Joseph M. Permachitz
  4. Miss Alice Phillips
  5. Mr. Robert Phillips
  6. Miss Rosa Pinsky
  7. Mr. Martin Ponesell
  8. Mr. Emilio Portaluppi
  9. Mr. Frank Pulbaum

"Q"

  1. Mrs. Jane Quick
  2. Miss Phyllis Quick
  3. Miss W. V. Quick

"R"

  1. Mr. David Reeves
  2. Miss Lillie Renouf
  3. Mr. Peter H. Y. Renouf
  4. Miss E. Reynolds
  5. Mr. Emile Richard
  6. Mrs. Emily Richards
  7. Miss Lucy Ridsdale
  8. Mr. Harry Rogers
  9. Miss Selena Rogers
  10. Miss Emily Rugg

"S"

  1. Mr.C. F. W. Sedgwick
  2. Miss Anna Senkkonen
  3. Mr. Percival Sharp
  4. Mrs. J. Shelley
  5. Miss Lvyli Silven
  6. Miss Maude Sincock
  7. Mr. E. A. Sjostedt
  8. Miss U. M. Slayter
  9. Mr. Richard J. Slemen
  10. Mr. A. Smith
  11. Miss Marion Smith
  12. Mr. Hayden Sobey
  13. Mr. S. Ward Stanton
  14. Mr. Philip J. Stoke
  15. Mr. Johan Henrik Svillner
  16. Mr. George Swane, Chauffeur for the Allison Family of Montreal
  17. Mr. George Sweet

"T"

  1. Miss Ellen Toomey
  2. Mrs. Jessie Trent
  3. Mr. Moses Aaron Troupeansky
  4. Miss K. C. Trout
  5. Mrs. D. A. Turpin
  6. Mr. William J. Turpin

Page 8 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mr. James Veale to Miss H. Yodis

Page 8 of the Second Class Passenger List, Listing Passengers from Mr. James Veale to Miss H. Yodis. White Star Line. GGA Image ID # 105ce2f9f8

"V"

  1. Mr. James Veale

"W"

  1. Mrs. F. L. Ware
  2. Mr. John J. Ware
  3. Mr. William J. Ware
  4. Miss Nellie Watcroft
  5. Mr. E. Watson
  6. Miss Bertha Watt
  7. Mrs. Bessie Watt
  8. Miss Susie Webber
  9. Mr. L. Weitz
  10. Mrs. L. Weitz
  11. Mrs. A. D. Wells
  12. Miss Joan Wells
  13. Master Ralph Wells
  14. Mr. E. A. West
  15. Mrs. E. A. West
  16. Miss E. M. West
  17. Miss P. J. West
  18. Mr. Edward W. Wheaton
  19. Mr. Edwin Wheeler
  20. Mr. Wilhelms
  21. Mr. C. Williams
  22. Miss Marion Wright

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS IN THE SECOND CLASS

ALL RATES QUOTED ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

CONDITIONS OF TRANSPORTATION.— The attention of passengers is specially directed to the conditions of transportation as set forth on the steamer contract ticket.

ROUND TRIP.— The round trip rate consists of the combined East and Westbound fares according to steamer and accommodations without any deduction.

INTERCHANGEABLE RETURN TICKETS.—Trans-Atlantic Passengers travelling by the White Star Line and purchasing Round Trip Tickets will have the privilege of using the return portion of their tickets by either the White Star Line or by the American Line, Atlantic Transport, Dominion Leyland, Red Star or White Star-Dominion Lines from any of their Trans-Atlantic Ports. The return ticket will also be available by the Cunard, French, Hamburg- American, Holland-America, North German Lloyd or Austro-Americana Lines, and passengers holding return tickets issued by any of these lines may return by the White Star Line. The return ticket to be subject to the rules and regulations of the line by which the passenger desires to return.

SURGEON.— Each steamer carries an experienced Surgeon who is authorized 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.

STEWARDESSES are also carried to attend ladies and children.

RESERVATION OF BERTHS.—Berths can be secured in advance on payment of SI0.00 per adult. Berths for the return voyage also, can be secured when engaging the outward passage. When return accommodation is secured in advance, the actual contract ticket must be issued in all instances, or the reservation will not hold good.

BAGGAGE.— Each adult Second Class passenger is allowed twenty cubic feet of baggage free, excess will be charged at the rate of 25 cents per cubic foot. Packages required on the voyage should not exceed 14 inches in height, 2 feet in width and 3 feet in length. All large pieces must go in the hold. Tags furnished on applications. Passengers intending to land at Plymouth, Cherbourg, or Queenstown, should have their baggage labelled accordingly. Merchandise, house furniture, pianos etc., are not considered baggage and will be charged as freight according to agreement. Baggage must be claimed on pier before embarking, otherwise it may remain there at passenger’s risk.

BICYCLES must be crated and will be carried only at owner’s risk. The charge from the port of embarkation to the port of debarkation is $2.50 each.

DECK CHAIRS AND RUGS can be hired at a charge of $1.00 each—12 hours notice should be given.

DOGS, CATS, MONKEYS.— The charge for Dogs is $10.00 each. Rates for Cats and Monkeys on application. Birds, etc., $2.50 for each cage. These charges do not include the customary Butcher’s fee. Dogs, Cats and Monkeys must be caged before being brought upon the steamer and will then be placed in charge of the Butcher. Dogs to be landed in England require special license from the Secretary of the Board of Agriculture in London. Without such permit they will not be received on board ship. Particulars on application.

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.

ADDITIONAL PASSAGE MONEY OR FREIGHT when paid on board, should be receipted for on the Company’s forms.

BAGGAGE INSURANCE

The Company’s liability for baggage is strictly limited, but arrangements have been made where passengers can have their baggage and personal effects insured anywhere in the world from the time it leaves home against loss or damage by fire or lightning, and practically all risks and perils of transportation and navigation on land or water.

This insurance is issued in the form of Tourists’ Baggage Tickets by the St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company of St. Paul, Minn. For sale by our Agents and at our own offices. Cost per week, 25 cents per $150. Maximum amount each person $6,000.

The White Star Line strongly recommends that passengers insure their baggage whenever practicable, as in the event of loss or damage to baggage, the Company cannot under any circumstances accept any liability beyond the amount specified on the steamer contract ticket.

— Apply at any agency or office of the White Star Line.

LANDING.— Second Class passengers are landed in New York at the White Star Line Pier the same as the First Class passengers.

BAGGAGE CHECKED from pier at New York to destination. Upon landing at New York, and on application to the uniformed representatives of the Railroads who meet all arriving White 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 Principal Railroads.

QUEENSTOWN DEPARTURES.— Second Class passengers joining the White Star Mail Steamers from Southampton at Queenstown, and paying less than $50 must be at that port not later than eight o’clock on the Thursday morning. Those paying $50 or over, may embark with the First Class passengers, and must be at Queenstown not later than 10.15 o'clock on the Thursday morning. Second Class passengers joining the steamers of the Liverpool New York Service at Queenstown, must be at that port not later than the evening of the day of the steamers departure from Liverpool.

TRAVELERS CHECKS.— These checks are issued at the principal offices and agencies of this Company in America and are available all over the world. Each check shows upon its face the exact amount which will be paid in foreign money in the different countries in Europe. Tourists will find these checks the most convenient form in which to carry their funds. The advantage of being able to arrange with the same Company for both passage and traveling funds will also be appreciated by our patrons. Further information on application.

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