RMS Cassandra Passenger List - 8 May 1921

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the RMS Cassandra of the Anchor-Donaldson Line, Departing Sunday, 8 May 1921 from Montreal to Glasgow.

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the RMS Cassandra of the Anchor-Donaldson Line, Departing Sunday, 8 May 1921 from Montreal to Glasgow, Commanded by Captain James Black. GGA Image ID # 15b64e85bc

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: James Black, Commander
  2. Chief Officer: D. Kennedy
  3. Chief Engineer: J. Young
  4. Purser: A. P. Bishop
  5. Surgeon: Dr. D. Murphy
  6. Chief Steward: J Gillespie
  7. Matron: Mrs. Macintosh
  8. Stewardess: Mrs. Seaton

Cabin Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Robt Allan
  2. Mrs. Robt. Allan
  3. Mrs. J. Allan and infant
  4. Miss M Anderson
  5. Miss L. Anderson
  6. Mr. J. Angers
  7. Mrs. J. Angers
  8. Mrs D. Armitt
  9. Miss E. Armitt
  10. Mrs. Jas. Bain
  11. Mr. M. Barbour
  12. Miss A. Barbour
  13. Mr. A. E. Barbour
  14. Mrs. A. Ë. Barbour
  15. Mrs. W. E Baker
  16. Miss Ruth Baker
  17. Mrs. Catherine Bell
  18. Mr. W. Blackstock
  19. Mrs. M. Blackstock
  20. Mrs. A Blair
  21. Mrs. P Blair
  22. Master H. Blair
  23. Mr. Alex Boggie
  24. Mr. G W. Brayne
  25. Mrs E. Brownlee
  26. Mr. W. W. Buchanan
  27. Mrs. N. Butler
  28. Mrs. J. N. Cairns
  29. Master J. N. Cairns
  30. Miss C. Campbell
  31. Capt. Case
  32. Mr. L Christie
  33. Mrs. E. J. Clark and infant
  34. Mrs. E. Clark
  35. Miss Cochrane
  36. Mrs. E. Colquhoun
  37. Mr. R. Cromar
  38. Mrs. A. Cummings
  39. Miss Mary Cust
  40. Mr. W. C. Dalziel
  41. Mr. T. Danskin
  42. Mrs. T. Danskin and child
  43. Miss L. Dawson
  44. Mrs. J. Dick
  45. Mr. John Dilly
  46. Mrs. John Dilly
  47. Mr. W. Donaldson
  48. Mrs. W. Donaldson
  49. Mr. A. S. Drummond
  50. Master D A. Drummond
  51. Mrs. F. W. Ebbitt
  52. Miss D. Fenton
  53. Mrs. G. Ferme
  54. Mrs. Jane Fletcher
  55. Miss N. M. Ford
  56. Miss P. D. Fraser
  57. Miss Jessie Frew
  58. Miss Fullerton
    Mrs. K. Galloway
  59. Mrs. I. George
  60. Miss Ina George
  61. Mr. J. Gillespie
  62. Miss D. Graham
  63. Mrs. Margt. Grant
  64. Mr. H. W. Gunn
  65. Mrs. Hair
  66. Mr. F. Hallgrimsson
  67. Mrs. F. Hallgrimsson
  68. Miss E. Hallgrimsson
  69. Mr. C. Hamilton
  70. Mrs. Jane Hamilton
  71. Mrs. N. Ilarkema
  72. Miss C. N. Harper
  73. Mrs. J. Harris
  74. Mrs. C. H. Harrower
  75. Miss Jane Henderson
  76. Miss Margt. Henderson
  77. Mr. J. Ho watt
  78. Miss Elma M. Howe
  79. Mrs. Margt. Hudson
  80. Mrs. M. A. Hunier
  81. Miss M. M. Hurd
  82. Mrs. A. P. Inglis
  83. Master Wm. D. Inglis
  84. Mrs. J. Jamieson
  85. Mrs. Jouasson
  86. Mrs. Marjorie Keith
  87. Mrs M. A. Keeson
  88. Mr. J A. Kerr
  89. Mrs. Knill
  90. Miss Knill
  91. Mr. T. H. Knowles
  92. Mr. John Lees
  93. Mr. T. H. Lochead
  94. Mrs. L. M. Lewis
  95. Mrs. W. B. Lowe
  96. Miss Margt. Lowe
  97. Master Leslie Lowe
  98. Mrs. G. Macadie
  99. Mrs. Wm. Mark
  100. Mr. G. B. Massev
  101. Mrs. S. Milne
  102. Miss Minnie Morrison
  103. Miss Morrow
  104. Mrs. Wm. Mowatt
  105. Mrs. H. Mowatt
  106. Master Alex. Mowatt
  107. Mrs. Annabella Mudie
  108. Mrs. E. Murray
  109. Mr. D. A. Murray
  110. Mrs. D. Murray and infant
  111. Master D. Murray
  112. Mrs. Mary MacAuley
  113. Mrs. D. MacDonald
  114. Miss Helen MacDonald
  115. Master G. MacDonald
  116. Mrs. A. MacDonald and infant
  117. Mrs. E. MacDonald
  118. Mr. A. MacDonald
  119. Mrs. A. MacDonald and two boys
  120. Miss M. MacDonald
  121. Mrs. E. McGeachic
  122. Mrs. MacIntyre
  123. Master S. MacIntyre
  124. Mrs. Robert MacKay
  125. Mr. Robert MacKee
  126. Mrs. R. MacKee
  127. Mrs. H. MacKeller
  128. Mrs A. Mac Laren
  129. Miss S. G. MacLaren
  130. Master AG. MacLaren
  131. Mrs. D. McLuskic
  132. Master Wm. McLuskie
  133. Mrs. C. MacMillan and infant
  134. Miss N. Me Menemy
  135. Mrs. J. MacPhee
  136. Mr. A. MacPherson
  137. Mrs. A. MacPherson
  138. Master A. MacPherson
  139. Mrs. Jas. Ness
  140. Master Geo. Ness
  141. Master Oswald Ness
  142. Miss Catherine Ness
  143. Mr. A. W. Noble
  144. Mrs. A. W. Noble
  145. Miss Margt. Norrie
  146. Mrs. J. Patterson
  147. Miss J. Parsons
  148. Miss C. B. Petrie
  149. Mrs. Reid
  150. Mr. Duncan Ritchie
  151. Mrs. E. Roberts
  152. Mrs. J. Roberts and infant
  153. Mrs. D. Rodgers
  154. Miss B. Rosenberg
  155. Mr. J. Rosenberg
  156. Mr. A. Roy
  157. Miss M. Rutherford
  158. Miss J. Rutherford
  159. Mrs. A. K. Scott
  160. Master A. K. Scott
  161. Master L. M. Scott
  162. Mr. O. A. Scott
  163. Miss Scotland
  164. Mrs. L. A. Seath
  165. Miss Maud Seath
  166. Mrs. VVm. Serment
  167. Mrs. Shobrook
  168. Miss Shobrook
  169. Mrs. K. Simpson and infant
  170. Mrs. M. Smith
  171. Mr. A. E. Smith
  172. Mr. Sommerville
  173. Mr. J. D. Stewart
  174. Mrs. J. D. Stewart
  175. Mr. F. H. Stirling
  176. Mrs. F. H. Stirling and child
  177. Mrs W. I. Taylor
  178. Miss J Taylor
  179. Mrs. F. Thomson
  180. Mrs. W. Thomson
  181. Mr. R. Thomson
  182. Mr. Chas. Thomson
  183. Mr. Alex. J. Thom
  184. Mrs. J. G. Turnbull
  185. Mrs. Turnbull and infant
  186. Master Thos. Turnbull
  187. Miss Joyce Turnbull
  188. Mrs. E. Urquhart
  189. Mrs. J. A. Urquhart
  190. Muster A. M. Urquhart
  191. Mrs. J. Walker
  192. Master Alex. Walker
  193. Miss C Walker
  194. Miss I. Walls
  195. Mrs. R. Watson
  196. Miss E. Watson
  197. Mr. Thos. Watson
  198. Miss Edith Weston
  199. Mrs. A. W. Whyte

Passenger Information

MEALS will be served at the following hours : Breakfast, 8 a.m.; Lunch, 1 p.m.; Dinner, 6 p.m. It is strictly forbidden to serve meals in staterooms, unless ordered by the Surgeon.

LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS.—Passengers desiring to have these forwarded by the Pilot from Quebec must hand same to Purser half an hour before reaching Quebec.

SEATS AT TABLE should be arranged for with the Chief Steward.

ALTERATION OF ACCOMMODATION -Passengers are not allowed to change their staterooms without the sanction of the Purser.

PORT-HOLES -Passengers are warned against opening the port-holes. The stateroom stewards will do this whenever practicable.

LIGHTS in Saloon until 10.30 p.m.; in public rooms until 11.00 p.m. The Bar closes at 11.00 p.m.

DIVINE SERVICE may be held in the Saloon (weather permitting) every Sunday at 10.30 am.

STEAMER CHAIRS AND RUGS may be hired from the Deck Steward at a cost of $1.50 for the voyage. Printed receipts to be obtained by passengers for this hire.

BAGGAGE—Only hand-bags and steamer trunks which will fit underneath the berths are allowed in the staterooms. All inquiries regarding baggage should be made of the Purser.

MEDICAL ATTENDANCE—The Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges subject to the approval of the Commander, for treating passengers for any illness not originating on board the ship. In case of sickness arising on board, no charge will be made, and medicine will be provided free.

MAIL.—Passengers landing at Glasgow should inquire at the Purser's office for mail or telegrams. Passengers landing at Montreal should inquire for mail and telegrams at the Information Bureau on the dock.

CUSTOMS.—Tobacco, cigars, etc., wines, spirits and perfumery arc subject to duty on being brought into the United Kingdom, and the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs authorities. Reprints of copyright books and music will be confiscated.

DOGS. Returning passengers are notified that Dogs cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has been procured from the Board of Agriculture, 4 Whitehall Place, London, S.W. Forms of License can only be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog is taken on board.

Dogs can only be carried by special arrangement being made with the Company prior to embarkation. Whilst on board they are not permitted in any of the public rooms or staterooms.

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

DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS are issued in Canada and the United States, 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.

LIBRARY Library Books may be obtained on application to the Deck Steward.

LIFEBELTS. Lifebelts must not be removed from staterooms, except in cases of extreme danger and necessity.

SMOKING.— Smoking in saloons and staterooms is strictly prohibited. Children are not allowed in the Smokeroom. Cigarette smokers are requested to be careful when smoking on deck to see that cigarettes are extinguished before being thrown away.

VALUABLES. Money or Valuables should not be exposed in staterooms. The Company will not be responsible for articles lost or stolen. Valuables may be deposited in ship's safe, under care of the Purser, free of charge.

Passengers are warned that they should not on any account part with money or valuables to any persons representing themselves as members of the ship's staff.

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.—Wireless Telegraph messages should be handed to the Purser for transmission.

PASSENGERS should obtained a receipt, on the Company's form for any additional passage money or freight paid on board.

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