TSS Cameronia Passenger List - 11 July 1931

Front Cover of a Cabin and Tourist Third Cabin Passenger List from the TSS Cameronia of the Anchor Line, Departing 11 July 1931 from New York to Glasgow via Londonderry, Commanded by Captain William Gemmell.

Front Cover of a Cabin and Tourist Third Cabin Passenger List from the TSS Cameronia of the Anchor Line, Departing 11 July 1931 from New York to Glasgow via Londonderry, Commanded by Captain William Gemmell. GGA Image ID # 16147dfa98

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: William Gemmell
  • Chief Officer: Andrew Fraser
  • Chief Engineer: D. Shaw
  • Surgeon: W Daniel Murphy
  • Purser: J. Mahony
  • Chief Steward: George Morrison
  • Tourist Third Cabin Purser: J. M. Paterson
  • Tourist Third Cabin Steward: S. Wray

Cabin Passengers

  1. Miss Pauline Alward
  2. Mr. William Anderson
  3. Mr. John Anderson
  4. Miss Isabel Anderson
  5. Mrs. William G. Argabretc
  6. Mrs. A. Ballantyne
  7. Mrs. I. D. Bartle
  8. Miss Pauline Billings
  9. Miss Caroline B. Bourland
  10. Mrs. Hally Brown
  11. Mr. John Clay
  12. Mrs. Clay
  13. Miss Mary Climie
  14. Miss W. L. Collier
  15. Mr. Francis X. Conlon
  16. Mrs. Conlon
  17. Mrs. Marv Flannery
  18. Mr. John Flynn
  19. Miss Mary Fraser
  20. Mrs. J. Friedlander
  21. Miss Flore P. Friedlander
  22. Mr. Hy. J. Gilliland
  23. Mrs. A. W. Halsey
  24. Mr. R. W. Harper
  25. Miss Ruth Harper
  26. Miss Frances Hayes
  27. Mr. George M. Heisey
  28. Miss Hazel L. Hill
  29. Mr. James Hodge, Sr.
  30. Mrs. Hodge
  31. Mr. James Hodge, Jr.
  32. Mrs. John E. Hood
  33. Miss Grace Hood
  34. Miss Mary Hughes
  35. Mr. James D. I. Husband
  36. Mrs. Husband
  37. Miss Husband
  38. Mrs. Ralph Jenkins
  39. Mr. Ralph Jenkins
  40. Mr. Clarence A. Jones
  41. Mrs. Jones
  42. Mr. Clarence A. Jones, Jr.
  43. Mr. John M. Jones
  44. Mrs. Robina Keefe
  45. Master Daniel F. Keefe
  46. Miss M. Kip
  47. Mrs. M. Kip
  48. Mrs. Helen Kretzler
  49. Miss Jane Kretzler
  50. Mrs. T. C. Lauren
  51. Dr. J. F. Lee
  52. Miss L. Lithgow
  53. Mrs. Elizabeth MacCammond
  54. Mr. E. MacCammond
  55. Mr. Pirie MacDonald
  56. Mrs. MacDonald
  57. Miss Barbara MacLean
  58. Mrs. S. D. McBride
  59. Miss Annie Mclninch
  60. Mr. Peter Macandrew
  61. Mrs. Macandrew
  62. Mrs. Charles Mattem
  63. Mr. W. F. Merrill
  64. Mr. Thomas Moore
  65. Miss Lucy A. Neely
  66. Mr. Charles Proctor
  67. Mrs. Proctor
  68. Mr. W. J. Reid
  69. Mrs. E. G. Reid
  70. Miss L. Richardson
  71. Miss Edith Sands
  72. Mrs. H. B. Sargent
  73. Miss Elizabeth C. Sargent
  74. Miss Dora A. Seeberger
  75. Mrs. J. C. Shaw
  76. Mrs. William A. Shedd
  77. Miss Elizabeth Byron Smith
  78. Mr. Harold Byron Smith
  79. Miss Alicia V. Smithwick
  80. Miss Agnes Steel
  81. Miss Margaret S. Steel
  82. Mrs. John Taylor
  83. Miss Taylor
  84. Mr. Everett Tutchings
  85. Mrs. Tutchings
  86. Miss Muriel A. Vollenweider

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. J. W. Adams
  2. Mrs. E. Alston
  3. Master Thomas Alston.
  4. Miss Mary C. Anderson
  5. Mrs. Mary M. Anderson.
  6. Miss A. Anderson
  7. Mrs. I. B. Ansel
  8. Miss M. Archer
  9. Mr. William, T. Archibald
  10. Mrs. Archibald
  11. Miss Marie Ballman
  12. Miss J. M. Beat
  13. Miss Mabel K. Beeker
  14. Miss M. Beeman
  15. Mr. William Bethea.
  16. Mrs. W. Branagh
  17. Master William Branagh.
  18. Mr. L. Brennan.
  19. Mrs. A. Brennan
  20. Mrs. J. Brodie
  21. Miss Agnes Brodie
  22. Miss Elizabeth Brodie
  23. Mrs. H. Brodie
  24. Miss. J. Brodie
  25. Mr. R. L. Brown
  26. Mrs. Brown
  27. Miss J. Brown
  28. Mr. Enos Buckwalter
  29. Mrs. Buckwalter.
  30. Mr. T. McN. Burt
  31. Mrs. Burt
  32. Miss C. Butterfield
  33. Mr. J. Byrnes
  34. Mrs. Byrnes.
  35. Mr. A. L. Campbell.
  36. Mr. Alexander Campbell.
  37. Miss Carnegie.
  38. Miss Man Chapman
  39. Miss A. Clark
  40. Miss lanet F. Clark
  41. Miss M. Clark.
  42. Mr. Clay
  43. Mrs. Cochrane
  44. Mr. Cochrane
  45. Mr. K. Conant
  46. Mrs. Conant
  47. Mrs. C. Copeland.
  48. Mr. Charles Copperauld
  49. Miss Rose Cosby
  50. Mr. J. Coventry
  51. Miss Cowan
  52. Mrs. E. Craig
  53. Mrs. C. Crossey
  54. Miss M. Cunningham.
  55. Mr. P. Curry
  56. Mrs. Curry
  57. Miss M. Curry
  58. Miss E. L. Dagle
  59. Mr. John J. Darg
  60. Mrs. A. Darrow
  61. Mr. Davidson
  62. Mrs. Davidson
  63. Miss Mary Davidson
  64. Mrs. G. Davies
  65. Master M. Davies
  66. Miss Margaret H. Davin
  67. Mr. A. Dempster
  68. Dr. Denny
  69. Mrs. Denny
  70. Master Denny
  71. Mrs. Agnes Dick
  72. Miss May Dick.
  73. Mr. T. Dickson
  74. Miss T. Dobie
  75. Miss N. Dolan
  76. Miss B. Dolan
  77. Mr. John Dougan
  78. Mrs. C. Dougan
  79. Mrs. Frances Drivers
  80. Mr. James Duffy
  81. Miss I. A. Duncan
  82. Mr. C. W. Durr.
  83. Miss Mina Dyer
  84. Mrs. Ruth S. Eavenson
  85. Miss Elizabeth Ewing
  86. Mrs. E. Farquhar
  87. Mr. George Felkel
  88. Miss Elizabeth Fisher
  89. Mrs. B. Flannigan
  90. Miss Blanche Foster.
  91. Miss Jessie M. Foster
  92. Miss Jean T. Fotheringham,
  93. Mr. Robert Frack
  94. Mr. George H. Frack
  95. Sister John Francis
  96. Rev. J. D. Franks
  97. Miss Annie Gallagher
  98. Mr. James Galloway
  99. Mr. Fred A. Gerber
  100. Mrs. Gerber
  101. Miss M. L. Gerber
  102. Miss M. C. Gerber
  103. Miss S. L. Gillespie
  104. Miss Helen Glass
  105. Miss K. Gordon
  106. Rev. E. C. Gosbell
  107. Mr. Noel Green
  108. Mrs. B. H. Green
  109. Mr. Patrick Green
  110. Miss Ruth Greenwood
  111. Mrs. Agnes E. Gunn
  112. Miss A. Haffev.
  113. Mr. Lyman Hailey
  114. Miss Mary C. Halkshorre
  115. Mrs. S. E. Hall
  116. Miss E. P. Hall
  117. Mrs. Ada Halsalt
  118. Miss Mary L. Hamburger
  119. Miss Enid Hamilton
  120. Mr. Reginald Hays
  121. Mrs. Hays
  122. Mrs. Mary Healy
  123. Master Healy
  124. Miss Healy
  125. Mr. James J. Henanghan
  126. Mrs. G. Henderson
  127. Mr. J. Hendry
  128. Mrs. Hendry.
  129. Miss Jane Heron.
  130. Mr. Joseph Hervey
  131. Rev. Herbert W. Hines
  132. Mr. C. W. Homer
  133. Mrs.Homer
  134. Mr. F. Illingworth
  135. Mr. Edward Jaknbowski
  136. Mrs. Squire Johnson
  137. Mrs. J. Johnson
  138. Miss Edna Johnson.
  139. Miss Elizabeth J. Johnson
  140. Mrs. W. Johnstone.
  141. Miss Margaret Johnstone
  142. Mrs. J. Kanafsky
  143. Mrs. Keansman
  144. Mr. Robert Keddie
  145. Mrs. Keddie
  146. Miss Catherine Kennedy
  147. Mr. Alex Kerr
  148. Miss G. Kies
  149. Miss Christina Lamont
  150. Mr. A. Langerman
  151. Miss Mary E. Lavener
  152. Mr. Frank H. Leavell
  153. Mrs. Leavell
  154. Mr. Stanley A. Leavy
  155. Miss Edith Lengille
  156. Mrs. L. W. Lewis
  157. Miss Clara Lieder.
  158. Mr. John Lilburn
  159. Mrs. Lilburn
  160. Aliss G. Y. Littlejohn
  161. Miss Littlejohn
  162. Miss Littlejohn
  163. Mrs. G. Livingston
  164. Miss Livingston
  165. Miss Louise Lyons
  166. Miss Lizzie MacDonald
  167. Miss Margaret MacMillan
  168. Mr. Donald MacMillan
  169. Mr. P. MacNicol
  170. Mr. Edward McArdle
  171. Mrs. McArdle
  172. Master Edward McArdle,
  173. Master James McArdle
  174. Mr. Duke McCall
  175. Mr. Alexander McCaughev
  176. Mr. J. McClelland
  177. Mrs. McClelland
  178. Master John A. McClelland
  179. Mr. William McClymont
  180. Mrs. E. J. McCowen
  181. Miss A. McCreery
  182. Mr. Markel McCullough
  183. Mrs. McCullough.
  184. Mr. E. McFadden
  185. Mr. Dennis C. McFadden
  186. Miss Mary McFadden
  187. Miss Grace McFadden
  188. Mr. Edward McFadden
  189. Mrs. P. A. McKenzie.
  190. Miss J. McLaughlin
  191. Mrs. Jane McLeod.
  192. Mr. T. McNamara
  193. Mrs. McNamara
  194. Mrs. E. McNulty
  195. Mr. John McVeigh
  196. Miss I. Martin
  197. Miss Jean Massey
  198. Mr. Maxwell
  199. Mrs. Maxwell
  200. Miss Augusta B. Mayer
  201. Mr. George A. Mayer
  202. Sister M. Mechtilda
  203. Miss Cleo Mitchell
  204. Mrs. J. Moffitt
  205. Mr. C. Montgomery
  206. Miss I. Montgomery
  207. Miss M. Montgomery
  208. Miss E. S. Moodie
  209. Mr. George Moodie
  210. Mr. J. Mooney
  211. Mr. Alfred Moreland.
  212. Mrs. Moreland
  213. Miss J. Muiry
  214. Mrs. Felton D. Murdoch
  215. Miss M. Murphy
  216. Mrs. Margaret Murray
  217. Mrs. E. C. O'Neill.
  218. Mr. Orr.
  219. Mr. Thomas Parker
  220. Mrs. Parker
  221. Mr. Thomas Parker
  222. Mrs. Parker
  223. Mrs. Jane Paterson
  224. Mrs. Meta Paton
  225. Master William Paton
  226. Miss Margaret Pattison
  227. Miss M. Perry
  228. Miss Evelyn Preston
  229. Mr. David P. Pugh
  230. Miss Bessie Pugh
  231. Miss Emily Purves
  232. Master Robert A. Quinn
  233. Mr. A. Reading
  234. Mrs.Reading
  235. Mr. William Reading
  236. Mr. Arthur Reading
  237. Miss Winnie Ricketts
  238. Mrs. Nellie Robertson
  239. Miss J. Rodden
  240. Mr. Harold S. Rodman
  241. Mrs. V. Rosen field
  242. Miss Dorothy B. Ross
  243. Dr. David Ross
  244. Mr. John Ross
  245. Mrs. Agnes Ross
  246. Miss O. N. Ross,
  247. Miss Ruth Sampson
  248. Mr. Thomas C. Scott
  249. Mrs. Scott
  250. Miss Margaret Scott
  251. Master George Scott
  252. Master Thomas Scott.
  253. Miss Elizabeth M. Scott
  254. Miss L. W. Shaw
  255. Mr. S. Skinner
  256. Mrs. Skinner
  257. Miss M. Smeaton
  258. Miss Mary A. Smith
  259. Mrs. I. Sneddan
  260. Miss Evelyn Snider
  261. Mr. Wilbert Snyder
  262. Miss Spence
  263. Miss J. E. Spencer
  264. Mrs. C. Stein
  265. Miss Bertha Stein
  266. Miss Nicholas Stevenson.
  267. Mrs. Marion Stewart
  268. Miss Christina Stewart
  269. Miss Jean Stewart
  270. Mr. William C. Strain
  271. Miss Isabel Stratton
  272. Mr. Thomas
  273. Mr. Frank H. Thompson
  274. Mrs. Thompson
  275. Miss Agnes Thompson
  276. Mr. H. Thomson.
  277. Mrs. Jessie Turnbull
  278. Miss Selena Turner
  279. Mr. John D. Wales
  280. Mrs. Wales
  281. Miss Lillian Wales
  282. Mr. John Walsh
  283. Mrs. Walsh
  284. Master John Walsh, Jr.
  285. Miss M. Weaver
  286. Mrs. J. Webber
  287. Mr. A. Allan Weir
  288. Mrs. Weir
  289. Mrs. W. White
  290. Miss M. L. White
  291. Miss Emily D. White
  292. Mr. J. J. Wilkins
  293. Mrs. Wilkins
  294. Mr. T. Wilson
  295. Mrs. Wilson
  296. Miss M. Wilson
  297. Mr. Thomas Wilson
  298. Mrs. Wilson
  299. Miss Bessie Winchester
  300. Mr. A. Woodruff

Passenger Information

DIVINE SERVICE may be held in the Saloon (weather permitting) once every Sunday between 11 and 12. For those who so desire facilities are provided for the celebration of Mass.

ADDITIONAL PASSAGE MONEY OR FREIGHT paid on board passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form.

WARDROBE TRUNKS—The attention of passengers Is called to the fact that, the steamer has a baggage Room where trunks may be stored during the voyage. It is not always possible to have large wardrobe trunks placed in an accessible position in passengers' staterooms.

BAGGAGE—Enquiries regarding baggage on board ship should be addressed to the baggage Master. Trunks, Wraps, etc., may be stored and re-shipped by the Company for the return voyage. To facilitate examination and identification of baggage on landing all packages should have an initial label affixed; these labels are supplied on board on application.

BAGGAGE INSURANCE—Passengers are recommended to insure their baggage, as, in the event of loss or damage, the Company cannot accept liability beyond the limit, specified on the Steamer Contract Tickets. Rates and particulars on application.

BARBER'S SHOP—Barber's shop Is on board for the convenience of passengers. The barber will attend to ladies by appointment.

CLOTHES PRESSING—Application should be made to the barber, from whom rates, and other particulars can be obtained.

COMPLAINTS—Complaints of incivility, carelessness or inattention on the part of any of the ship's staff should be immediately reported to the Purser or Chief Steward and failing satisfaction, to the Captain.

THE BAR will be closed at 11 p.m.

KIOSK—Passengers can obtain confectionery, toys, souvenirs, novels. etc.. In the Kiosk.

DECK CHAIRS AND RUGS may be hired at a cost of 6/3 (or $1.50) each on application to the Deck Steward. At the end of each voyage the rugs which have been in use are sent, to the store und thoroughly cleaned before being re-issued.

DRAFTS are issued, free of charge, payable in currency at any of the Offices of the Company In the United States and Canada, and, similarly, drafts are Issued In the United States and Canada payable at any of the Company's Offices in the United Kingdom in sterling, or at the Company's Offices in Europe In the currency of the country on which they are drawn.

DOGS AND CATS—Passengers are notified that dogs and cats cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of License can only he obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog or cat is taken on board.

LIBRARY—Library Books may be obtained on application to the Librarian. The Books are issued free of charge.

MEALS—Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m.; Lunch, 1 p.m.; Dinner, 7:80 p m.
When two sittings are necessary, meals will be as follows:

  • Breakfast, 8 to 30 a.m.
  • Lunch, 1st sitting 12:30 p.m.; 2nd Sitting, 3 :30 p.m.
  • Dinner, 1st sitting, 6:15 p.m.; 2nd sitting, 7:30 p.m.

Passengers may reserve seats at table for the voyage on application to the Chief Steward.

CHILDREN'S MEALS—Breakfast, 9 a.m.; Dinner, noon; Tea, 5 to 6 p.m.

PORT HOLES—Passengers are requested not to open the port holes. The Stewards will do this whenever practicable.

REDIRECTION OF MAIL—Passengers who expect letters or parcels to be delivered to the ship after they have disembarked should leave their full names and addresses at the Bureau in order that their mail may be forwarded to them.

RETURN BOOKINGS—The Purser and his staff will at all times be pleased to assist passengers to arrange their return passages, or to supply them with the name and address of the agent, in the town to which they are proceeding.

RAILWAY TIME-TABLES—Railway and steamer time-tables may be consulted on application to the Librarian.

DISEMBARKATION ARRANGEMENTS AT LONDONDERRY— Passengers landing at Londonderry disembark by tender off Moville, whence they are taken to Londonderry—a distance of about 17 miles —the journey, by tender, taking about 1 and hours.

No passengers land at Moville; baggage is inspected at Londonderry. Moville is in the Irish Free State whereas Londonderry is in Northern Ireland.

The distance, by rail, from Londonderry to Belfast is 100 miles, and from Londonderry to Dublin 163 miles.

DISEMBARKATION AT GLASGOW—Passengers disembark either by tender at Greenock—which is on the River Clyde about 20 miles from Glasgow—or go up the river and disembark at Yorkhill pier, which is within easy reach of the principal railroad stations in Glasgow; passengers disembark at one or the other of the places mentioned according to the state of the tide, also the time of arrival of the steamer off Greenock. When passengers disembark at Greenock and customs formalities have been gone through, they are conveyed, free of charge, to Glasgow, either by a special or regular train; if the number of passengers does not warrant a special train, coaches are attached to a regular train for the convenience of Anchor Line Passengers.

RECOVERY OF U.S. HEAD TAX—Passengers returning to Europe in Anchor Line steamers may—on presentation of the necessary documents—viz. :—Transit Certificate Form 514 completed, and the Company's receipt for Head Tax paid—obtain refund of Head Tax from the Purser, providing the passengers have left the U. S. within the prescribed period of 60 days, and the completed form 514 has been filed with the U. S. Authorities within 120 days of entry into the United States.

Although the period of time between arrival at a Canadian port and departure from the United States may exceed 60 days, this does not necessarily mean that persons in this category are prohibited from securing refund of Head Tax, so-long as the actual period spent in the U.S. does not exceed 60 days. The application for refund, however, must be filed with the U. S. Immigration Authorities within 120 days of the actual date of crossing the border from Canada into the U. S.

Note:—Passengers who have not paid the Head Tax, in consequence of their holding return tickets or being in transit to points outside the United States, will kindly complete Form 514, which they will receive from the Immigration officials at New York, and forward same to the Cunard-Anchor Line, 25 Broadway, New York, as soon as possible after departure from the United States, or hand to the Purser of the steamer In which they return to the United Kingdom or Europe.

Unless these regulations are complied with, the Tax cannot be recovered.

SMOKING— Children are not allowed In the Smoke-room. Smokers are requested to be careful when smoking on deck to see that cigars, cigarettes and pipe ashes are extinguished before being thrown away.

STORAGE—The Company will undertake to store Deck Chairs and Steamer Trunks belonging to passengers at owner's risk until they are required when returning. Chairs and Trunks should have owner's name painted on them, and they will not be reshipped without instructions being sent to Baggage Master. Anchor Line, Yorkhill Quay, Glasgow.

A description of the articles should he given, also name of steamer from which they were landed and date. No shawls, rugs, etc., to be attached to Chairs. No charge for storage is made if the owners return by the Company's vessels. If Chairs or Trunks are forwarded by rail this is done at owner's risk and expense.

THE SURGEON is authorized to make customary charges for his service subject to the approval of the Commander, to First Class, Cabin, Second Class and Tourist Third Cabin passengers.

TOBACCO, SPIRITS, etc.—Tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, wines, spirits and perfumery are liable to duty on being brought into the United Kingdom, and even the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs authorities.

THE DAILY MAIL ATLANTIC EDITION, giving the latest news by wireless and the closing prices on the London and New York Stock Exchanges, is published on board. The paper will be delivered each morning to the passenger's stateroom if an order is given to the Bedroom Steward.

Wireless Telegraph Rates

SHIP TO SHORE MESSAGES

  • VIA BRITISH STATIONS—For messages to the United Kingdom the rate is 11d. per word, inclusive of land line charges.
  • VIA UNITED STATES STATIONS—The rate via New York, Chatham, Mass.,
  • East Moriches is 9d., per word, plus land line charges.
  • VIA CANADIAN STATION—The rate via Louisburg, N. S., is 9d per word, plus land line charges.
  • NOTE: All charges must be prepaid. Every word in the address, text, and signature is counted and charged for.

SHIP TO SHIP MESSAGES—The rate on ship to ship messages is 8 d. per word.

WIRELESS LETTERS consist, of a message transmitted to a ship traveling in the opposite direction and posted on her arrival at destination by "Registered Post." These messages are only charged for at the rate of 5/- for the first twenty words, with 2d. per additional word to a maximum of 100 words.

All telegraphic business is conducted at the Wireless Office, and application should be made there for rates, etc.

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