SS Kroonland Passenger List - 21 June 1923

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the SS Kroonland of the American Line, Departing 21 June 1923 from New York to Hamburg via Plymouth and Cherbourg

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the SS Kroonland of the American Line, Departing 21 June 1923 from New York to Hamburg via Plymouth and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain William J. Munro, Lt. Cmdr., U. S. N. R. F. GGA Image ID # 16312a52f1

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: William J. Munro, Lt. Cmdr., U. S. N. R. F.
  • Chief Engineer: William Joyce, Lt. Cmdr., U. S. N. R. F.
  • Purser: William MacIntyre
  • Asst. Purser: Joseph G. Holland
  • Surgeon: Arthur Delacroix
  • Chief Steward: L. Daughtrey

Cabin Class Passengers

  1. Adams, Miss J. L.
  2. Adams, Miss M.
  3. Agnesy, Mr. Carl
  4. Agnesy, Mrs.
  5. Allen, Mrs. Wilmeth D.
  6. Allen, Miss Artie
  7. Arden, Miss Cecil
  8. Arnedt, Mr. Bernard C.
  9. Arnedt, Miss Norma
  10. Atwell, Mr. Robert King
  11. Axline, Miss Eleanor
  12. Bache, Miss Louise J.
  13. Baldwin, Miss Esther E.
  14. Banfield, Miss H. S.
  15. Bauer, Mr. L.
  16. Bauer, Mrs.
  17. Beavers, Mrs. G. W.
  18. Beavers, Master Frank W.
  19. Bell, Rev. B. I.
  20. Bell, Mrs.
  21. Bell, Master Bernard L.
  22. Bell, Mr. Richard B.
  23. Benedict, Miss Nina
  24. Bennett, Miss Katherine B.
  25. Bennett, Miss Rosemary
  26. Benton, Mrs. J. L.
  27. Benton, Miss Caroline
  28. Benton, Miss Elizabeth
  29. Binney, Mrs. Charles
  30. Blakey, Miss Elizabeth
  31. Bloom, Miss Alice
  32. Bosence, Mrs. D. Y. and infant
  33. Bosence, Miss D. P.
  34. Bowler, Mr. Robert B., Jr.
  35. Bowler, Miss Katherine W.
  36. Bowler, Mrs. Everett
  37. Bradley, Miss Alice
  38. Browne, Hon. E. E.
  39. Browne, Mr. E. L., Jr.
  40. Burr, Mrs. Lewis H.
  41. Burr, Miss Molly
  42. Carroll, Miss C.
  43. Carter, Miss Margaret
  44. Chickering, Miss Sarah
  45. Child, Miss Katherine B.
  46. Christopher, Miss Mary
  47. Chwiliwitsky, Mr. Leo L.
  48. Cleveland, Miss Nora
  49. Cobb, Miss Ruth B.
  50. Cochran, Rev. Dr. Joseph W.
  51. Cochran, Mrs.
  52. Cochran, Miss Louise
  53. Cochran, Master Joseph W., III
  54. Cohen, Miss Y.
  55. Connard, Mr. G. B.
  56. Connolly, Miss Margaret
  57. Coolidge, Miss Louise
  58. Cotton, Miss Jean
  59. Covington, Miss Dorothy
  60. Covington, Miss Frances
  61. Crigler, Miss Mary E.
  62. Cummings, Miss Mary G.
  63. Currie, Miss Edith
  64. Curtis, Mr. Lewis P.
  65. Curtis, Mrs. R. P.
  66. Curtis, Miss Louise
  67. Cuthbertson, Mr. Charles H.
  68. Davenport, Miss Frances E.
  69. Davis, Mrs. H. I. W.
  70. Davis, Miss Mary C.
  71. Day, Miss Katherine B.
  72. Decker, Miss Margaret
  73. de Corona, Miss Susanne Martin
  74. de Martin, Miss Ester Tornel
  75. Devaux, Mr. Paul
  76. Dickerson, Miss Elizabeth
  77. Diffenbaugh, Miss Mary
  78. Doubrazska, Miss A.
  79. Dowd, Miss Marjorie
  80. Durst, Miss Margaret
  81. Edmondson, Mrs. E. R.
  82. Edmondson, Miss Frances
  83. Edmondson, Master Van Trice
  84. Edmondson, Master G. Raymer
  85. Ellmore, Mrs. C. H.
  86. Ely, Miss Mary L.
  87. Eppinger, Miss Jeanette
  88. Esnard, Rev. Father A.
  89. Espinosa, Miss Gertrude
  90. Estabrook, Mrs. Gretchen
  91. Evans, Mr. Montgomery, 2nd
  92. Faber, Mrs. R. C.
  93. Farmer, Mrs. A. B.
  94. Farmer, Miss Natalie P.
  95. Fesler, Miss Rachel
  96. Fesler, Miss Ruth
  97. Field, Mr. Jesse B.
  98. Fisher, Mrs. Anna M.
  99. Fitzgerald, Mrs. T. N.
  100. Fitzgerald, Miss
  101. Fogle, Prof. D. E.
  102.  Forbush, Mr. Frank M.
  103. Forbush, Mrs.
  104. Foster, Mrs. R. A.
  105. Foster, Miss Lorraine
  106. Foster, Miss Jennie
  107. Foster, Miss Elizabeth N.
  108. Foster, Miss J. E.
  109. Gardiner, Mrs. Charles H.
  110. Garuder, Mr. George
  111. Gibbs, Miss Mary K.
  112. Gollner, Mr. John
  113. Goodale, Mr. R. L.
  114. Graesse, Mr. Theodore B.
  115. Grant, Mr. A. B.
  116. Grant, Mrs.
  117. Grant, Miss Jean
  118. Grant, Miss Barbara
  119. Grant, Miss Catherine
  120. Gray, Miss Mary
  121. Grubb, Mr. Paul D.
  122. Grubb, Mrs.
  123. Gruhn, Mrs. Flora
  124. Grüner, Miss Lucy B.
  125. Gutman, Miss Thekla
  126. Hahn, Mrs. Emma
  127. Halsey, Mrs. W. F.
  128. Hart, Mrs. M. R.
  129. Hawkins, Mrs. E. R.
  130. Hawkins, Mr. L.
  131. Hawkins, Master K.
  132. Hebden, Miss Mary
  133. Heitmeyer, Miss Adda
  134. Held, Mr. A.
  135. Herzog, Mr. Sigmund
  136. Herzog, Mrs.
  137. Hess, Miss Dorothea C.
  138. Hewlett, Miss Gertrude
  139. Hill, Mrs. A. S.
  140. Hill, Miss Bertina
  141. Hirshfield, Mr.
  142. Hoeser, Miss Helen D.
  143. Holland, Mrs. Amy C.
  144. Holmes, Mr. Donald
  145. Holms, Miss K.
  146. Holstein, Mrs. Sara C.
  147. Holstein, Miss Anne
  148. Hosford, Mrs. H. L.
  149. Howland, Miss Lucy
  150. Hubbard, Miss Hannah
  151. Ibbotson, Mr. Joseph D.
  152. Jackson, Mr. W. G.
  153. James, Mr. Frederick E.
  154. James, Mrs.
  155. James, Mr. George C.
  156. James, Mrs.
  157. James, Miss Inez
  158. Jensen, Mrs. J. C.
  159. Jensen, Miss E. O.
  160. Kane, Miss Florence B.
  161. Kaufman, Miss Rosalie
  162. King, Mr. George A.
  163. King, Major A.
  164. Kirkland, Miss L. S.
  165. Kirkland, Miss M. P.
  166. Koehler, Mr. Augustine J.
  167. Koehler, Mrs.
  168. Koerting, Mr. J.
  169. Koerting, Mrs.
  170. Kopperl, Mr. Moritz
  171.  Kopperl, Mrs.
  172. Lane, Mrs. Charles F.
  173. Lane, Miss Hazel
  174. Lane, Miss Mary T.
  175. Lang, Director Franz
  176. Lansdale, Miss M. H.
  177. Lansdale, Miss E. M.
  178. Lavery, Miss Mary
  179. Lawford, Mrs. Janet
  180. Lawford, Miss Bettie
  181. Lawford, Master Edward
  182. Levy, Miss Bertha M.
  183. Libaine, Mr. George
  184. Lionberger, Miss Anne S.
  185. Litchfield, Miss Virginia
  186. Litorin, Rev. Herman
  187. Long, Mr. O. W.
  188. Look, Mr. Carl A.
  189. Look, Mrs.
  190. Loughlin, Miss Agnes C.
  191. Lowenstein, Mr. Felix B.
  192. Ludlum, Mrs. O. K.
  193. Lyne, Mr. Daniel J.
  194. Lyne, Mrs.
  195. McCarter, Miss Helen I.
  196. McConnell, Miss Clara E.
  197. McDonald, Mr. Henry
  198. McIntyre, Miss Lucile
  199. McKesson, Mr. Robert
  200. McKesson, Mr. Malcolm F.
  201. McKesson, Mr. John
  202. McKesson, Mrs. Irving
  203. McKesson, Miss Mary
  204. McLaughlin, Mr. W. A.
  205. Madill, Miss Georgette
  206. Martin, Mr. Frederick C.
  207. Martin, Mrs.
  208. Martin, Master Frederick T.
  209. Martin, Miss Helene T.
  210. Martin, Mr. W. C.
  211. Master, Mr. Joseph
  212. Master, Mrs.
  213. Mathee, Miss H.
  214. Mathieu, Miss Augusta
  215. Metivier, Mr. James
  216. Metivier, Miss Margaret
  217. Metivier, Miss Renee
  218. Miller, Mr. Craig C.
  219. Miller, Mr. Crighton S.
  220. Miles, Miss Dorothy
  221. Morse, Miss Eleanor
  222. Morse, Miss Elizabeth
  223. Murdoch, Miss Helen K.
  224. Murphy, Miss Hazel
  225. Natorp, Mr.
  226. Natorp, Mrs.
  227. Newcombe, Mr. F. C.
  228. Newcombe, Mrs.
  229. Newman, Mr. V. Winthrop
  230. Nichols, Mr. George
  231. Nichols, Miss Edith
  232. Nicolson, Mrs. John O.
  233. Nightingale, Miss Florence
  234. O'Brien, Mr. Denis R.
  235.  O'Brien, Mr. Denis
  236. Olson, Miss Martha G.
  237. Opebaum, Mrs. Caroline
  238. Opebaum, Master Stanley
  239. Orgill, Mrs. J. P.
  240. Packard, Miss Evelyn
  241. Palmer, Mr. Waldo E.
  242. Pancoast, Dr. Henry S.
  243. Pancoast, Mrs. Henry S.
  244. Pancoast, Miss M. L.
  245. Parsons, Mr. Theodore, Jr.
  246. Parsons, Mr. Paul
  247. Perfield, Mr. Thomas H.
  248. Perfield, Mrs.
  249. Prest, Miss Marion
  250. Pierce, Mr. Roger
  251. Pollock, Mrs. Bertha
  252. Reid, Miss Sarah
  253. Reynolds, Mr. Robert
  254. Robinton, Mr. John
  255. Robinton, Mr. Heim
  256. Robinson, Mr. Edward
  257. Roentgen, Mr. E.
  258. Roentgen, Mrs.
  259. Rogers, Mrs. George
  260. Rohn, Mrs. Laura
  261. Romig, Rev. Edgar F.
  262. Romig. Mrs.
  263. Romig, Master Edgar D., Jr.
  264. Rosenfelder, Miss Fannie
  265. Schantz, Mrs. Adam
  266. Schantz, Miss Gertrude
  267. Schantz, Miss Harriet
  268. Schilling, Mr. W. H.
  269. Schilling, Mrs.
  270. Schilling, Master Wilber H.
  271. Schilling, Mrs. E. H.
  272. Schlaeflin, Mr. Ernest
  273. Schroeder, Mr. H.
  274. Schroeder, Miss Elizabeth
  275. Schufeldt, Miss A. J. 'Schwab, Mr. Charles F. Schwab, Mrs.
  276. Seifridge, Miss B.
  277. Senz, Miss M.
  278. Shaw, Miss Elizabeth B.
  279. Shields, Miss Elizabtth C.
  280. Shippen, Mrs. William
  281. Shrier. Mr. S. B.
  282. Shroyer, Mrs. G. W.
  283. Shroyer, Miss Thelma
  284. Shverubovitch, Mr. Vadin S.
  285. Shverubovitch-Litovtzeva, Mme. Nina
  286. Sill, Miss Marie
  287. Skinner, Miss Margaret M.
  288. Smith, Mr. Eugene R.
  289. Smith, Mrs.
  290. Smott, Mr. A. A.
  291. Soule, Mr. Arthur H.
  292. Sponsel, Mr. John
  293. Sponsel, Mrs.
  294. Sponsel, Miss Anna
  295. Stadie, Mr. Robert
  296. Stege, Miss E. Babette
  297. Stevens. Miss Mary
  298. Stock, Mr. Robert
  299. Stryker, Miss Margaret
  300. Stuart, Mrs. Mary Kirk
  301. Stuart, Mr. David Kirk
  302. Stuart, Miss Mary Jean
  303. Stuart, Miss Helen
  304. Stuart, Mr. Robert D.
  305.  Stuart, Mrs.
  306. Swearingen, Dr. H. C.
  307. Swearingen, Mrs.
  308. Swearingen, Miss Isabelle
  309. Tegtmeyer, Mr. C. W.
  310. Tegtmeyer, Mrs.
  311. Tegtmeyer, Miss H. Dorothy
  312. Tegtmeyer, Miss Charlotte
  313. Teichert, Mr. A.
  314. Teichert, Mrs.
  315. Thompson, Mr. James
  316. Thompson, Mrs.
  317. Thorson, Miss Cecile
  318. Trescot, Mrs. Elizabeth
  319. Trounstine, Mr. L. J., Jr.
  320. Trounstine, Mr. John
  321. Truesdell, Mr. Winfred P.
  322. Tuller, Mrs. C. S.
  323. Tucker, Mrs. Elizabeth
  324. Van Gilder, Miss Pearl
  325. Viving, Miss Mabel E.
  326. Viney, Mrs. W. E.
  327. Wagener, Mrs. E. M.
  328. Wall, Mrs. Louise H.
  329. Walter, Mr. Frederick Walter, Mrs.
  330. Walton, Mrs. R. R.
  331. Warburg, Prof.
  332. Wayman, Mrs. E.
  333. Wayman, Miss M.
  334. Wayman, Miss H.
  335. Wells, Miss Mary P.
  336. Whitney, Miss Hazel
  337. Wielich, Dr. Gothard
  338. Williams, Mrs. E. J.
  339. Windate, Miss Ida M.
  340. Wolfner, Miss Bessie J.
  341. Wolter, Miss Mabel
  342. Wood, Miss Catherine R.
  343. Woodward, Miss Gertrude
  344. Wortham, Miss C. C.

Passenger Information

  • BREAKFAST at 8.00 a. m. and 9.00 a. m.
  • LUNCHEON at 12 noon and 1.00 p. m.
  • DINNER at 6.00 p. m. and 7.00 p. m.

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

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p. m., Lounge and Library at 11.30 p. m. and Smoke Room at 11.30 p. m.

Divine Service in the Saloon on Sunday at 10.30 a. m.

VALUABLES. The particular attention of passengers is drawn to the ticket conditions regarding the carriage and custody of articles specified in Section 4281 of the revised Statutes of the United States, but passengers can, and are accordingly advised to, protect themselves by insurance. The Line has provided a safe in the office of the Purser in which passengers may deposit money, jewels, ornaments, documents or other valuables for safe keeping and a deposit receipt will be issued by the Purser.

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

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

ALL INQUIRIES for information of a general character should be made at the Purser's Office.

LETTERS, CABLES AND TELEGRAMS for dispatch should be handed to the Saloon Steward only, from whom also Postage Stamps can be obtained. Mail for passengers will also be distributed by the Saloon Steward. Passengers are requested to obtain a receipt from the Saloon Steward when making payment for the dispatching of cablegrams or wireless messages. No adjustment can be made unless such a receipt is obtained.

LETTERS, ETC., 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 Purser's Office for later dispatches to be re-directed.

DECK CHAIRS AND STEAMER RUGS. Can be hired upon application to the Purser, at $1.50 each for the voyage.

THE SURGEON 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 the voyage. In the case of sickness developed on the voyage no charge will be made, and medicine will be provided free in all circumstances.

BAGGAGE. On disembarking passengers are specially requested to claim their baggage before leaving the Customs shed.

PASSENGERS are requested to ask for a receipt on the Comany's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair Hire, or freight paid on board.

TRAVELERS CHECKS, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the principal offices of the American Line. These Checks are accepted on board American Line steamers in payment of accounts, but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PASSENGERS

Passengers are warned not to offer gratuities of any kind to German Custom Inspectors, which will be considered a bribe by the German Authorities and passengers are liable to severe punishment on account of corruption.

WIRELESS TELEGRAM

This Steamer is equipped with the Independent Wireless Telegraph Company's system of Wireless Telegraphy and also with Submarine Signaling Apparatus.

The cable system of counting will be observed, and all words in the address, text and signature are counted and charged for. All radiograms must be prepaid.

PASSENGER CLASSES CARRIED
Manchuria, Mongolia, Finland and Kroonland carry Cabin and Third-Class Passengers.
Minnekahda carries Third Class Passengers only.

 

1923 Proposed Sailings for the American Line.

1923 Proposed Sailings for the American Line, Included with 21 June 1923 SS Kroonland Passenger List. GGA Image ID # 163142707e

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