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SS Dominion Passenger List - 17 September 1913

Front Cover of a Cabin Passenger List from the SS Dominion of the American Line, Departing 17 September 1913

Front Cover of a Cabin Passenger List from the SS Dominion of the American Line, Departing 17 September 1913 from Liverpool to Philadelphia via Queenstown (Cobh), Commanded by Captain W. A. Morehouse. GGA Image ID # 1596835bd3

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: W. A. Morehouse
  • Surgeon: Dr. D. W. S. Muir, L.R.C.F. London, M.R.C.S. England
  • Chief Steward: E. Robinson

Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. V. J. Adams
  2. Mr. Jos. E. Adams
  3. Mrs. Adams
  4. Miss Mary Adams
  5. Dr. William Addison
  6. Mrs. Addison
  7. Miss A. Addison
  8. Mr. William Ardis
  9. Mr. John H. Askew
  10. Mrs. Askew
  11. Miss Ashley
  12. Mr. B. Bagdson
  13. Miss Alice M. Bannon
  14. Mrs. E. Barnes
  15. Miss Annie Beggs
  16. Mr. Otto Berger
  17. Mr. Harold Boot
  18. Mrs. Boot
  19. Mr. Wilfrid Borrill
  20. Miss H. Brainerd
  21. Mrs. Elizabeth Bunn
  22. Miss P. M. Burke
  23. Mr. Michael Casey
  24. Mr. Austin Caulfield
  25. Mr. George Chapin
  26. Miss A. Clarke
  27. Mr. F. C. Clayter
  28. Mrs. John Clayton
  29. Miss H. Cooke
  30. Miss Rose Cosgrave
  31. Mr. Robert Crackbon
  32. Dr. C. G. Crane
  33. Mrs. Crane
  34. Miss Mary A. Cullin
  35. Miss Eleanor Cunniffe
  36. Mr. John W. Davis
  37. Mrs. M. J. Davis
  38. Mr. Alexander Dennison
  39. Miss Elizabeth Dennison
  40. Mr. W. L. Dolphyn
  41. Mrs. Dolphyn
  42. Miss Mary Donnelly
  43. Miss M. M. Doyle
  44. Miss Anna Dufficy
  45. Miss Martha J. Edwards
  46. Miss Margaret Evans
  47. Miss Annie Felton
  48. Mrs. Gertrude Fisher
  49. Mrs. Tube Fleischmann
  50. Miss Mary A. Foley
  51. Rev. G. M. Galarneau
  52. Miss Mar Garner
  53. Mrs. E. Gatenby
  54. Master J. Gatenby
  55. Miss D. Gatenby
  56. Mr. E. Geller
  57. Miss H. Gibbs
  58. Mr. Michael Hackett
  59. Mr. James T. Halsey
  60. Mrs. Halsey
  61. Mis Dabney Halsey
  62. Miss Heloise Halsey
  63. Miss M. Hamilton
  64. Mr. W. Hartley
  65. Mr. H. D. Havannesian
  66. Master Herbert Hayward
  67. Mr. Patrick Hearty
  68. Mr. Arthur Hebden
  69. Mrs. Hebden
  70. Mr. Edwin Highley
  71. Mrs. Highley
  72. Miss Joyce Highley
  73. Master Thomas Highley
  74. Miss Fannie Hildred
  75. Mrs. M. Hill
  76. Miss May Hill
  77. Miss F. H. Holmes
  78. Mrs. R. L. Honneger
  79. Mrs. C. W. Hume
  80. Mr. Frank Hurst
  81. Mr. Richard Hutchinson
  82. Miss Louise Hyde
  83. Miss Annie Insull
  84. Mrs. Mary Irwin
  85. Miss E. Jacobs
  86. Miss A. H. Jamieson
  87. Mr. Alex C. Jamieson
  88. Mr. John R. Jones
  89. Mr. S. Kaplan
  90. Mr. Henry Kaye
  91. Mrs. Kaye
  92. Miss Alice Kaye
  93. Master Leslie Kaye
  94. Master Gordon Kaye
  95. Miss Esle Kaye
  96. Mrs. M. Kelly
  97. Mrs. Mary Kelly
  98. Mr. H. C. King
  99. Mrs. E. Knowles
  100. Miss M. Kwednaja
  101. Miss J. Kwednaja
  102. Mr. Alex Langhorn
  103. Mr. John L. Last
  104. Miss H. L. Leete
  105. Mrs. Julia Lennon and Infant
  106. Master Thomas Lennon
  107. Mr. James Livesley
  108. Mr. James A. Mackrell
  109. Mrs. Mackrell
  110. Mr. Leonard Mallard
  111. Mrs. A. Mallard
  112. Miss Edith F. Marsden
  113. Mr. Fred. Marsden
  114. Mr. A. William Mason
  115. Miss Ina Mayo
  116. Miss Annie McCaffrey
  117. Mrs. M. McDevitt
  118. Master H. McDevitt
  119. Miss V. McDevitt and Infant
  120. Mrs. J. McEvoy
  121. Mr. John McKee
  122. Mrs. McKee
  123. Mrs. E. W. Moore
  124. Miss Jessie Morrison
  125. Miss Gladys Morland
  126. Miss Annie Murray
  127. Miss Elizabeth Newcomb
  128. Mr. Norman Nutt
  129. Miss Margaret O'Connell
  130. Mr. A. G. Ogilvie
  131. Mrs. Ogilvie
  132. Miss Ann O'Rourke
  133. Mr. Parsons
  134. Miss Nellie Patterson
  135. Miss Isabel Patterson
  136. Mr. Joseph Peel
  137. Miss Olive Perkins
  138. Mr. James Pinkerton
  139. Mrs. Pinkerton
  140. Mr. G. Poulter-Gatenby
  141. Miss E. Prendergast
  142. Miss Prendergast
  143. Miss Ruth A. Priestley
  144. Mrs. S. V. Proudfit
  145. Mr. Mojsche Ram
  146. Mr. Leon Rebeckoff
  147. Miss C. Rice
  148. Miss Christine Roberts
  149. Miss Catherine Rooney
  150. Mr. Frank Ross
  151. Mr. William Ross
  152. Mrs. Ross
  153. Miss Rebecca Regady
  154. Mr. James Reynolds
  155. Mr. William G. Rew
  156. Mr. Edmond Ryan
  157. Mr. Thomas Sampson
  158. Miss Y. Sarkisian
  159. Miss Scott
  160. Mr. Andrew Scully
  161. Mr. Robert Searson
  162. Mr. Thomas Sharpe
  163. Mr. William Shaw
  164. Miss Brdget Shehan
  165. Mr. C. W. Sheridan
  166. Miss Skottowe
  167. Miss Violet Solaini
  168. Miss Ruby Solaini
  169. Mr. John Solomon
  170. Miss Speers
  171. Mr. L. Steiner
  172. Mrs. Steiner
  173. Mr. Charles W. Styan
  174. Mrs. Styan
  175. Miss Nellie Sullivan
  176. Mrs. C. Susman
  177. Mrs. A. Swan
  178. Dr. W. F. Swann
  179. Mrs. M. Swann
  180. Mrs. Mary A. Tate
  181. Miss Doris Tate
  182. Miss Alice Towner
  183. Mrs. M. Tubelhorn and Infant
  184. Miss Lydia Tubelhorn
  185. Miss Maria Tubelhorn
  186. Dr. H. Van Hasselt
  187. Mrs. Van Hasselt
  188. Miss H. A. Van Hasselt
  189. Mr. Thos. H. Wadsworth
  190. Mr. Samuel Wayne
  191. Miss Trube Weinstein
  192. Mr. Joseph Whitehead
  193. Mr. Thomas Whitehead
  194. Mrs. M. Baldwin Wilcox
  195. Mr. John P. Wilkinson
  196. Mr. John M. Williams
  197. Miss Christine Williams
  198. Miss Georgina Williams
  199. Mr. George Wilson
  200. Miss Eliza Wroe
  201. Mr. Walter Yoxhall

Passenger Information

Breakfast: As the Bugle is not sounded for Breakfast, Passenges desirous of being wakened should arrage to be called by their Bedroom Stewards.

NOTICE.

Landing Arrangements at Philadelphia

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

  • BREAKFAST at 8 am
  • LUNCH at 12:30 pm
  • DINNER at 6 pm and 7:15 pm
  • SUPPER at 9 pm

The Bar closes at 11 pm. Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 pm, and the Smoking Room at 11:30 pm.

Please apply to the Second Steward for Seats at Table.

Inquiries regarding Baggage wil be attended to by the Second Steward,m to whom all Baggage which passengers wish to leave in the Company's care should be handed properly labeled, and with full instructions as to disposal.

Deck Chairs and Steamer Rugs can be obtained for use on the voyage at a charge of 4s each upon application to to the Second Steward.

The Company will not be responsible for Money, Jewelery, and other valuables of passengers. Passengers are warned not to keep such articles in their staterooms, but are recommended to hand same sealed, and marked with the owners name, to the Purser for deposit in his safe, but as no charge is made for carriage, the Company can accept no responsilibty for loss or damage however arising.

The Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges, subject in each case, to the approval of the Commander, for treating any passenter at their request for any illnes 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.

The Purser is prepared for the convenience of Passengers to exchange a limited amount of English and American Money, and he will allow at the rate of $4.80 to the GBP 1 when giving American Money for English Currency, or the to GBP 1 to 4.95 when giving English for American Money.

Persons holding Return Certificate should give as early notice as possible of the date upon which they desire to sail from Philadelphia, to the American Line, 1319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

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

Travellers' Checks, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the principle offices of the American Line.

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