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S.S. Minnesota Passenger List 4 August 1928

Front Cover, S.S. Minnesota Passenger List 4 August 1928

Tourist Third Cabin Passenger List from the S.S. Minnesota of the Atlantic Transport Line, Departing 4 August 1928 from London to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer, Commanded by Captain E. Finch, R.D., R.N.R.

Atlantic Transport Line
S.S. Minnesota
Captain E. Finch, R.D., R.N.R.
From London to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer
Saturday, 4 August 1928

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain E. Finch, R.D., R.N.R.
  2. Chief Engineer: W. C. Donald
  3. Surgeon: H. O. Packer, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.(London) Col., R.A.M.C. (Retired.)
  4. Purser: H. W. Lagden
  5. Assistant Purser: C. Bennett
  6. Chief Steward: W. Simkin

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Avill, Mr. G.
  2. Abell, Mrs. L.
  3. Akin, Mrs. M.
  4. Akin, Miss Z.
  5. Akin, Miss A.
  6. Akin, Miss P.
  7. Angelo, Mr. E.
  8. Arbogast, Miss E.
  9. Arrington, Mrs. H.
  10. Austin, Mrs. E.
  11. Baker, Dr. C.
  12. Ballingall, Mrs. B.
  13. Barker, Mr. E. W.
  14. Barker, Mrs. E. W.
  15. Barker, Mrs. O.
  16. Barrett, Mrs. C.
  17. Barrett, Miss B. G.
  18. Barrett, Miss E. C.
  19. Bean, Mrs. A.
  20. Bean, Miss M.
  21. Beatty, Miss E.
  22. Bayard, Mrs. S. H.
  23. Bendon, Mr. G.
  24. Bendon, Miss E.
  25. Benley, Mr. B.
  26. Benley, Mr. M.
  27. Bishop, Miss C.
  28. Blain, Miss E.
  29. Bonsay, Miss F.
  30. Bonsay, Miss G. M.
  31. Bonzli, Mr. W.
  32. Borrough, Miss M.
  33. Bradley, Miss H. V.
  34. Brandt, Mr. C. A.
  35. Brandt, Mrs. M. E.
  36. Brandt, Miss R. I.
  37. Breeds, Mrs. E.
  38. Brooker, Mr. J.
  39. Brooker, Mrs.
  40. Brooker, Master
  41. Brooker, Master
  42. Brown, Miss H.
  43. Brown, Miss R.
  44. Buckley, Mr. T.
  45. Campbell, Miss K.
  46. Campbell, Miss M.
  47. Carney, Miss M.
  48. Carpenter, Miss M.
  49. Carpenter, Miss L.
  50. Carr, Miss B.
  51. Carrick, Miss C.
  52. Chrisman, Miss O.
  53. Clark, Miss B.
  54. Clausen, Mrs. A.
  55. Cohen, Miss R.
  56. Cole, Rev. J.
  57. Connacher, Mr. C.
  58. Connare, Miss H.
  59. Cornish, Mrs. M. A.
  60. Cowan, Miss M.
  61. Cox, Rev J. R.
  62. Cox, Mrs.
  63. Coyne, Mrs. M. J.
  64. Creasy, Rev. S.
  65. Croasdale, Miss E. E.
  66. Cue, Mrs. M.
  67. Cutler, Mrs. A.
  68. David, Mr. H.
  69. Davis, Miss D.
  70. Davis, Mrs. B.
  71. Davidoff, Mr. H.
  72. Davidoff, Mrs. B.
  73. Davidoff, Miss A.
  74. Davidoff, Master R.
  75. de Beaumont, Miss E.
  76. De May, Mr. J.
  77. Deeney, Mr. J.
  78. Dougherty, Mrs. J.
  79. Dougherty, Miss M.
  80. Dougherty, Miss D.
  81. Drabble, Miss A.
  82. Duncan, Miss F.
  83. Ersing, Mrs. E.
  84. Emmerick, Mrs. M.
  85. Emmerick, Miss M.
  86. Erwin, Miss M.
  87. Everett, Miss E.
  88. Fagan, Miss E.
  89. Fenton, Miss E.
  90. Ferris, Mr. C.
  91. Ferris, Mr. R.
  92. Flaherty, Miss A. M.
  93. Flanigan, Miss A. C.
  94. Fowler, Mrs. F.
  95. Fraser, Miss M.
  96. Frauenholz, Miss B.
  97. Freer, Miss C.
  98. Friend, Miss G.
  99. Garrett, Miss H.
  100. Gives, Miss M.
  101. Gleason, Mr. C. W.
  102. Gleason, Mrs. C.
  103. Gleason, Miss M.
  104. Gluck, Miss F.
  105. Gluck, Miss R.
  106. Goering, Miss G.
  107. Gordon, Mr. J.
  108. Gordon, Mrs.
  109. Graham, Mr. J. S.
  110. Graham, Miss M.
  111. Granberry, Mr. S. W.
  112. Graves, Miss T.
  113. Gutman, Miss A.
  114. Gwillan, Miss S.
  115. Haas, Miss A.
  116. Hardy, Mrs. C. P.
  117. Harpole, Mr. H. S.
  118. Hart, Mrs. J. H.
  119. Hartzler, Rev. J.
  120. Hanselt, Miss E.
  121. Heineman, Mr. C. W.
  122. Heineman, Miss T.
  123. Heizer, Rev. G.
  124. Hemmingway, Mr. R.
  125. Hellyer, Miss A.
  126. Herzog, Rev. H. M.
  127. Hess, Mr. J. J.
  128. Hess, Mrs. M.
  129. Hess, Mr. I.
  130. Hess, Mrs. I.
  131. Hill, Mr. F.
  132. Hill, Mrs. E.
  133. Hill, Master R.
  134. Hill, Miss A.
  135. Hill, Miss G.
  136. Hocking, Mr. R.
  137. Hocking, Mrs.
  138. Hoover, Miss M.
  139. Hopson, Miss A.
  140. Howard, Mrs. E. M.
  141. Hurley, Miss M.
  142. Husnetler, Miss G.
  143. Huson, Miss M.
  144. Idleman, Rev. F. S.
  145. Idleman, Mrs.
  146. Ingersoll, Mrs. A.
  147. Janison, Mr. N.
  148. Johansen, Miss D.
  149. Jonassohn, Mrs. J.
  150. Jones, Miss A.
  151. Josephin, Miss
  152. Kase, Miss L.
  153. Kellington, Mrs. M.
  154. Kellington, Master J.
  155. Kennedy, Miss C.
  156. Kiefer, Mr. C.
  157. Kinghorn, Miss J.
  158. Kingsbury, Mr. J. A.
  159. Kingsbury, Miss J.
  160. Kirk, Miss E.
  161. Kirkham, Mrs. R.
  162. Kirkland, Mrs. A.
  163. Kirkland, Mr. R.
  164. Kirkland, Master, R.
  165. Kirschner, Mrs. A.
  166. Kirschner, Miss M.
  167. Knoop, Miss A.
  168. Knoop, Miss M.
  169. Korman. Mrs. W.
  170. Krames, Mr. S. E.
  171. Kraner, Miss K.
  172. Krekeler, Miss A.
  173. Krupnick, Mr. A. J.
  174. Kulla, Mr. R.
  175. Ladd, Miss E. M.
  176. Lane, Miss E.
  177. Lane, Miss M. G.
  178. Lane, Miss M. E.
  179. Latham, Mrs. M.
  180. Latham, Mrs. M.
  181. Lawton, Miss M.
  182. Laylor, Mrs. L. B.
  183. Lehrs, Miss N.
  184. Lines, Miss
  185. Lovejoy, Mr. C.
  186. Lubets, Miss B.
  187. Lubets, Miss S.
  188. Luckett, Mr. J.
  189. Luckett, Mrs. A.
  190. Luckett, Miss A.
  191. Mace, Mr. W.
  192. McCandless
  193. McConaughy, Mr. J. R.
  194. McDevitt, Dr. B. J.
  195. McDonald, Miss E.
  196. MacDonald, Mr. H. W.
  197. McFarlane, Mrs. B.
  198. MacLear, Miss C.
  199. McMannis, Mr. W. J.
  200. McNamara, Mr. J. V.
  201. Madden, Mr. H. J.
  202. Marchant, Mrs. A. E.
  203. Marquise, Miss V.
  204. Marshall, Miss M.
  205. Martin, Miss M.
  206. Mason, Mr. J H.
  207. Mayhew, Mrs. T. R.
  208. Merrick, Miss A.
  209. Michael, Miss H.
  210. Miller, Mr. C.
  211. Molte, Mr. F.
  212. Mowbray, Mr. A.
  213. Newbent, Mr. H.
  214. Nickerson, Mrs. M. M.
  215. Nixon, Mr. A. L.
  216. Olmstead, Mr. A. A.
  217. O’Neill, Mrs. N.
  218. O’Neill, Miss A.
  219. Owen, Mrs. L.
  220. Pairman, Miss M.
  221. Parkes, Mr. I.
  222. Peacock, Mr. C.
  223. Peacock, Mrs. C.
  224. Penick, Miss E. E.
  225. Perley, Miss E. A.
  226. Peterson, Mr. P. A.
  227. Peterson, Miss P.
  228. Peterson, Miss B.
  229. Peterson, Miss J.
  230. Pfeiffer, Mr. K.
  231. Phillips, Mrs. E.
  232. Phipps, Miss F.
  233. Plotkin, Mr. H.
  234. Purcell, Mr. E.
  235. Ransome, Mr. B.
  236. Ransome, Mrs. M. E.
  237. Ransome, Miss M. E.
  238. Resseguie, Mr. H.
  239. Rinkert, Mr. J.
  240. Rinkert, Mrs. L.
  241. Ritchie, Miss A.
  242. Robb, Miss M,
  243. Robertson, Dr. T. P.
  244. Robertson, Mr. J. R.
  245. Robbins, Dr. H.
  246. Rodgers, Mrs. J. M. M.
  247. Roediger, Miss E.
  248. Rogers, Mr. T.
  249. Ross, Mrs. A.
  250. Ross, Master C.
  251. Ross, Miss E.
  252. Rouffet, Mrs. J.
  253. Sambrook, Mr. J.
  254. Sambrook, Mr. D.
  255. Sandy, Miss L.
  256. Saunders, Mr. E.
  257. Schaffer, Mrs. M. E.
  258. Schaffer, Mr. J. F.
  259. Schiffenhauss, Mr. J.
  260. Schiffenhauss, Mrs. M.
  261. Schiffenhauss, Miss H.
  262. Schiffenhauss, Miss J.
  263. Schmidtchen, Mrs. C. F,
  264. Schmitz, Miss M.
  265. Schneider, Miss G.
  266. Schrag, Mrs. A.
  267. Schreiber, Miss C.
  268. Schroup, Miss M.
  269. Schroup, Miss F. M.
  270. Scott, Miss M.
  271. Seibert, Mr. C.
  272. Sewart, Miss A.
  273. Seyller, Mrs. A. J.
  274. Seyller, Master J.
  275. Shambo, Mr. G. A.
  276. Shambo, Mrs. I,
  277. Shaw, Mr. S.
  278. Sherrill, Miss K.
  279. Shryock, Mrs. M. P.
  280. Shryock, Mr. H. S.
  281. Shryock, Mr. H.
  282. Shuck, Miss M.
  283. Simms, Mrs. E.
  284. Sims, Mrs. A.
  285. Sims, Miss M.
  286. Sims, Miss F.
  287. Sloper, Mrs. F. W.
  288. Sloss, Miss M,
  289. Smereker, Miss F.
  290. Smith, Miss A.
  291. Smith, Dr. H. B.
  292. Smith, Miss E.
  293. Smith, Miss E.
  294. Smith, Miss S.
  295. Smith, Miss R
  296. Snowden, Miss C.
  297. Spangler, Mrs. E.
  298. Sproll, Miss H.
  299. Stassett, Miss A.
  300. Stephen, Miss E. F.
  301. St. John, Mr. C.
  302. Stocks, Mr. B.
  303. Stocks, Mrs.
  304. Stone, Miss C.
  305. Stoughton, Miss M.
  306. Straebe, Mrs. G.
  307. Straebe, Miss H.
  308. Straebe, Mr. G.
  309. Straebe, Mr R. P.
  310. Stucky, Miss M.
  311. Tellander, Mr. F.
  312. Tobias, Mr. A.
  313. Totten, Miss E.
  314. Trimble, Mrs. A.
  315. Trimble, Miss E.
  316. Trimber, Miss E. C.
  317. Troxell, Mrs. E. R.
  318. Troxell, Miss J.
  319. Tull, Mrs. M.
  320. Tyldsley, Mr. J.
  321. Vaite, Miss E.
  322. Vandiver, Mr. H. S.
  323. Vandyke, Mrs. M.
  324. Walsh, Miss M.
  325. Walters, Miss T.
  326. Waltner, Miss L.
  327. Webb, Mr. W.
  328. Webb, Mrs. E.
  329. Welsh, Miss M. E.
  330. West, Miss R.
  331. Whaley, Rev. W.
  332. Wheeler, Miss M.
  333. Wild, Mr. T.
  334. Wild, Mrs. E.
  335. Willeman, Mr. J. J.
  336. Willernan, Mrs. L M.
  337. Willeman, Miss D.
  338. Willeman, Miss J.
  339. Williams, Miss C.
  340. Williams, Mr. W. N.
  341. Williams, Mr. M.
  342. Williams, Mr. A.
  343. Williams, Mrs. D.
  344. Williams, Miss B.
  345. Willis, Miss I. B.
  346. Wilkinson, Mr. W.
  347. Winslow, Miss H.
  348. Wood, Miss M.
  349. Woodman, Miss
  350. Young, Mrs. A.
  351. Young, Miss A.

London to Boulogne

  1. Blake, Mr. J. P.
  2. Blake, Mrs.
  3. Blake, Mr. A. H.
  4. Blake, Miss P. M.
  5. Maxwell, Miss M.

Passenger Information

BREAKFAST at 8.0 a.m. | LUNCH at 12 noon. | DINNER at 6 p.m.

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

SMOKING.—Passengers are kindly requested not to smoke in either the Dining Saloon or in the Reading and Writing Room.

SEATS AT TABLE.—Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply to the Second Steward.

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


THE PURSER’S OFFICE is situated on Deck 13, where Letters, Cables, Telegrams and Marconigrams are received or delivered, and Postage Stamps can be purchased.

None of the 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 are 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.

DECK CHAIRS and STEAMER RUGS can be hired on application to the Deck Steward, at a charge of SI each for the voyage.

VALUABLES. For the convenience of passengers, the Line has provided in the Purser’s office a safe 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 the Purser, but the Line does not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions of Section 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, and of Section 4281 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such articles. Passengers are accordingly advised to protect themselves by insurance.

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 on application.

BAGGAGE. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, who is the Ship’s Baggage Master.

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. They are therefore recommended to use steamer trunks in preference.

BAGGAGE ROOM. For passengers’ special convenience all heavy baggage not placed into state rooms is stored in the baggage room, where it is available to the owner twice daily at hours as stated on the ship’s notice board.

DOGS. Passengers are notified that dogs should be handed over to the care of the live-stock attendant, and cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has previously been procured from the Board of Agriculture,. London. Forms of license must be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog is taken on board.

TRAVELLERS’ CHEQUES. I. M. M. Company’s Travellers Cheques payable in all parts of Europe can be purchased at all the principal offices of the Atlantic Transport Line. These Cheques in small denominations are accepted on board Atlantic Transport steamers in part payment of accounts, but the Pursers have not sufficient funds to enable them to cash these or any other Cheques.

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