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RMS Saxonia Passenger List - 21 August 1912

Front Cover, Cunard RMS Saxonia Saloon Passenger List - 21 August 1912

Front Cover, Cunard RMS Saxonia Saloon Passenger List - 21 August 1912. GGA Image ID # 11c85274d3

Saloon Passenger List from the RMS Saxonia of the Cunard Line, Departing 21 August 1912 from Trieste to New York via Fiume, Patras, Naples, and Gibraltar, Commanded by Captain D. S. Miller (CMDR R.N.R.).

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: D. S. Miller, R.N.R.
  • Surgeon: J. A. Corbitt
  • Chief Steward: C. McLaren
  • Purser: J. C. Humpfreys
  • Assistant Purser: S. P. Gwyther

Saloon Passengers

  1. Lieut. Apfelbeck
  2. Mrs.  Apfelbeck
  3. Miss B. Arrington
  4. Mr.  E. L. Ashley
  5. Miss E. Bardes
  6. Mr. Jos P. Bickerton
  7. Mrs.  Bickerton
  8. Miss A. Barnes
  9. Mr.  C. I. Berg
  10. Mrs.  Berg
  11. Rev. F. Buchmann
  12. Miss M Brewster
  13. Mr.  H. L. Buss
  14. Mrs.  Buss
  15. Miss M. Buss
  16. Miss H. Bliss
  17. Mr.  Babson
  18. Mrs.  Babson
  19. Mr.  O. Bernard
  20. Mr.  J. Bernard
  21. Miss S. Boatwick
  22. Miss G. Beck
  23. Mr.  Brewster
  24. Mrs.  Brewster
  25. Mrs.  Bentley
  26. Rev. K. Bagnell
  27. Mrs.  Bagnell
  28. Miss K. Bonghart
  29. Miss Carroll
  30. Mr. E. Califano
  31. Professor John Califano
  32. Mr. M. Cozart
  33. Mrs. Cawthorn
  34. Miss E. F. Curran
  35. Miss M Cooko
  36. Miss E. Carpenter
  37. Miss A. Caselev
  38. Miss Carter
  39. Mr. D. R. Cowles
  40. Mrs. D. R. Cowles
  41. Mr. F. H. Cooke
  42. Mr. Allan Cooke
  43. Miss R. H. Cook
  44. Mrs. H. V. Cowles
  45. Mr. H. M. Dunham
  46. Mrs. Dunham
  47. Mr. C. A. Dolan
  48. Mrs. Dolan
  49. Miss S. Douglas
  50. Miss E. L. Davis
  51. Miss M. Davis
  52. Miss L. Darling
  53. Miss C. Darling
  54. Miss K. Dickenson
  55. Miss Emma Doerr
  56. Mr. E V Duffy
  57. Mr. W. D. Edwards
  58. Mrs. Edwards
  59. Mr. Edgerton
  60. Mrs. Edgerton
  61. Dr W. G. Elmer
  62. Mr. H. Ellis
  63. Mrs. A K Fitzgerald
  64. Mrs. Fanny K. Fitzgerald
  65. Miss A. Francis
  66. Miss C. Fore
  67. Miss C. A. Farrell
  68. Mr. Sylvester J Fogarty
  69. Miss Favard
  70. Mrs. E. Getchell
  71. Miss L. Gale
  72. Miss B. Gale
  73. Mrs. Groll
  74. Miss E. M. Groll
  75. Mr. E C Griffith
  76. Mrs. Gatzinger
  77. Miss L. Gruth
  78. Mr. T. H. Gay
  79. Mrs. Gay
  80. Mr. K. Galway
  81. Mr. Gates
  82. Mrs. Gates
  83. Mrs. Gallik and two children
  84. Miss E. L. Hatfield
  85. Mr. A. Hunsicher
  86. Mrs. Hunsicher
  87. Mrs. E. Haines
  88. Miss Constance Haines
  89. Mrs. J. A. Hammond
  90. Miss S. Harlan
  91. Mrs. A. J. Hedrick
  92. Mr. C. B. Hedrick
  93. Mrs. Hedrick Mr. L. F. Hutchins
  94. Mrs. Hutchins
  95. Miss Hutchins
  96. Miss A. Henry
  97. Miss Hanna Hallowell
  98. Miss Mabel Hamilton
  99. Mrs. T. Hunsicker
  100. Miss A. Hutchison
  101. Miss S. Hutchison
  102. Mrs. Harlin
  103. Miss Harlin
  104. Miss M. Harris
  105. Mr. J. F. Hecker
  106. Mrs. Hecker
  107. Mr. Philip Hough
  108. Mrs. Harrison-Irvine
  109. Miss Jolliffe
  110. Mr. R. M. .Johnston
  111. Miss Johnson
  112. Miss J. Johnston
  113. Mrs. L. C. Johnston
  114. Miss M Johnston
  115. Mrs. Kirkland
  116. Miss Kirkland
  117. Miss F. Kloskowski
  118. Miss G. Kellogg
  119. Miss P. Kellogg
  120. Rev F. Kellogg
  121. Miss A. Leibrick
  122. Mr. L. L. Lewis Junr.
  123. Miss Lorraine Lewis
  124. Miss Leary
  125. Mr. E. F. Murray
  126. Mrs. Murray
  127. Miss A. E. Murray
  128. Miss H. F. Murray
  129. Mr. R. de Mutelle
  130. Miss McArthur
  131. Miss Moore
  132. Miss Lena Martain
  133. Mr. J. Magnes
  134. Mr. H. L. Manson
  135. Miss McDonald
  136. Mrs. J. J. McGrath
  137. Miss McClinton
  138. Mr. Martucci
  139. Mr. Robt. Moulthorp
  140. Miss Nancrede
  141. Mrs. Nepper
  142. Mr. Nicolich
  143. Mr. J. T. North
  144. Mrs. North
  145. Mr. E. A. O’Connor
  146. Miss M. O’Meara
  147. Miss M. Presstman
  148. Mrs. W. H. Penrose
  149. Master Penrose
  150. Miss I. Porter
  151. Mrs. F. Perry and maid
  152. Mrs. D. L. Puffer
  153. Mr. H. H. Pennock
  154. Mrs. Pennock
  155. Mrs. R. Porter
  156. Miss F. Parr
  157. Miss M. Petranich
  158. Miss C. Parke
  159. Miss H. Prior
  160. Miss Pollard
  161. Mrs. F. Robetscher
  162. Mrs. F. W. Rourke
  163. Mr. Reinhardt
  164. Miss Mary Reitz
  165. Mrs. D. E. Rice
  166. Mrs. E. W. Rowell
  167. Miss E. Rowe
  168. Miss Robertson
  169. Mrs. F. L. Smith
  170. Mr. R. Swan
  171. Mr. G. C. Swan
  172. Dr Strong
  173. Mrs. Strong
  174. Mrs. F. B. Stockham
  175. Miss C. Spellmann
  176. Miss M. Snowler
  177. Miss M. E. Shafer
  178. Mrs. N. W. Salmon
  179. Miss S. F. Simpson
  180. Mr. Frank Schoble
  181. Mr. Scionti
  182. Mrs. Scionti and child
  183. Mr. H. B. Scott
  184. Mrs. Scott
  185. Miss H. Salaman
  186. Miss R. G. Salaman
  187. Miss Julia Saunders
  188. Mr. Schnabel
  189. Mrs. Schnabel
  190. Miss J. Szelnicsan
  191. Miss G. R. Seelmann
  192. Miss Salvoronsky
  193. Miss L. Schnebly
  194. Mr. Speir
  195. Miss Spaulding
  196. Miss B. Shipp
  197. Mrs. F Strunk
  198. Rev. Dr Webber Thompson
  199. Miss G Thompson
  200. Miss G. Terry
  201. Miss Tierney
  202. Mrs. R Trippoda
  203. Miss Topham
  204. Mr. F Torres
  205. Mrs. Vogeler
  206. Miss Vocke
  207. Mr. B. A. Wallace
  208. Archdeacon Webber
  209. Mrs. M. V. Walcott
  210. Mrs. C. Welch
  211. Miss Williamson
  212. Miss E. Willson
  213. Miss J. Wolff
  214. Mr. W. Young
  215. Miss M. Young
  216. Mr. Zipris
  217. Dr Zabriske
  218. Mrs. Zabriske

Passenger Récapitulation

  • Saloon: 223
  • Second Cabin: 181
  • Third Class: 1701
  • Total: 2105

Passenger Information

Meals will be served in the Saloon as follows:

  • Breakfast from 8.30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.
  • Luncheon at 1 p. m.
  • Dinner at 7.00 p. m.
  • Supper, if required, must be ordered before 10.00 o’clock.

The Bar and Smoke Room will be closed at 11.00 p.m.

Seats at Table should be arranged with the Second Steward.

Orchestra. A selected string orchestra plays at appropriate hours during the day and evening.

Staterooms. All staterooms are lighted by electricity, well ventilated and heated. Passengers are recommended to see that the doors of their staterooms are locked while the steamer is in port.

Letters and Telegrams. Passengers desiring to have these forwarded by the Pilot from Sandy Hook, must hand same (fully prepaid) to the Purser within one hour after leaving the pier

Divine Service on Sunday at 10.80 a. m.

All enquiries regarding Baggage should be made of the Baggage Master.

Steamer Chairs may be hired from the Deck Steward at. a cost of $1.00 for the voyage.
Smoking. Gentlemen are requested not to smoke in the Saloons, Staterooms or Companion-ways.

Valuables. The Company is not responsible for theft if valuables or moneys are kept in the staterooms. These should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in his safe, and a receipt will be given on the. Company’s form. As no charge is made for carriage, the Company cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage, however arising, but passengers can protect themselves by Insurance.

Exchange of Money. The Purser is authorized to exchange money at the following rates: English Money for U. S. Currency at £1 sterling for $4.95, and U. S. Currency for English at $4.80 to the pound sterling.
Passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form for an additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board.

Tobacco, Cigars, Wines, Spirits, Etc., are liable to duty on being brought into Mediterranean Ports, and the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs authorities, as required.

Landing and Embarking Expenses. The initial charge at all ports of call on Mediterranean Cruises will be borne by the Company, but subsequent charges must be paid by the passenger. The Purser will supply information.

Amusements. A number of games, such as shuffleboard, quoits, etc., are provided.
Attendance.- The Stewards have strict instructions to attend to the wants of passengers in a prompt and courteous manner.

Passengers’ Correspondence. Mail matter for passengers may be addressed to the care of any of the Company’s Head Offices, viz.: Liverpool, London. Paris. Berlin. Munich. Vienna. Frankfort, O.M., etc.

 

A Representative of Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son will meet passengers at Gibraltar, Genoa and Naples, and render them any assistance they may desire with a view to visiting, carriage drives, etc., at moderate charges. Tickets for these excursions should be purchased from the Purser in advance, so that satisfactory arrangements may be made.

An Experienced Surgeon is attached to every steamer. The Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges, subject 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 contracted on board no charge will be made for medicine and attendance.

Library. The books in the library, which may be obtained upon application to the Library Steward, are at the disposal of passengers, free of charge.

Wireless Telegraphy. This Steamer is fitted with Marconi’s system of Wireless Telegraphy. The Purser will receive messages for transmission to shore stations or passing ships, at the time and rate stated on the bulletin board.

Cable Code. For the convenience of passengers a copy of the Western Union Telegraph Code is carried on this steamer and may be referred to on application to the Purser.

Stop-over Tickets. Passengers are allowed to stop over at any intermediate port, and to continue the voyage without extra charge on any later steamer on which there may be room available and, in such accommodation, as may he vacant. Stop-over tickets must be procured from the Purser.

Through Booking to Egypt and the Far East, etc., etc., can he arranged by taking Cunard steamer to England or the Mediterranean. Particulars and rates on application to Chief Offices.

Travelers’ International Cheques. For the convenience of its patrons. The Cunard Company now issues Cheques of $10.00, $20.00, $50.00 and $100.00, with Foreign money equivalents, at which they will he. cashed by their Agents and Correspondents throughout the world, distinctly printed thereon: thus providing not only the safest and most economical means of taking funds abroad, with an absolute certainty as to value but also a simple and effective means of identification in case of need.

Johnson’s Riviera Agency. Passengers visiting the Riviera will kindly note that Messrs. Johnson, 18. Rue de l'Hôtel des Postes. Nice, are authorized Agents for the sale of Cunard Line passage tickets. Full information regarding sailings, rates, etc., will be furnished on application.

Agency at Rome. Full information regarding passage via Cunard Line services may be obtained from Messrs. Ad. Roesler. Franz Figli via Condotti 20, Rome.

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