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SS Adriatic Passenger List - 16 June 1919

SS Adriatic Passenger List - 16 June 1919

Cabin Passenger List from the SS Adriatic of the White Star Line, Departing Monday, 16 June 1919 from New York to Liverpool, Commanded by Captain J. B. Ranson, O.B.E., Lt-Cmdr R.N.R. (Retd.).

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: J. B. Ranson, O.B.E., Lt-Cmdr R.N.R. (Retd.)
  • Surgeon: G. C. Flemyng, M.D., B.S. (Dublin)
  • Purser: C. B. Lancaster
  • Chief Steward: A. L. Gosling
  • Asst. Purser: W. H. Haywood

First Class Passengers

  1. Aimone, Mr. Raimondo
  2. Allen, Mr. Alfred M.
  3. Anderson, Mrs. Mary
  4. Anderson, Miss Anne C.
  5. Anthony, Mr. Thomas
  6. Armstrong, Miss.
  7. Ayer, Mr. N. D.
  8. Baker, Capt. E. A.
  9. Baker, Mr. W. H.
  10. Bale, Mrs. F.
  11. Barclay, Mrs. Lila
  12. Barclay, Master Donald
  13. Barker, Mr. H. Granville
  14. Barker, Mrs.
  15. Barrett, Mr. H. T.
  16. Barrus, Mrs. Ernest P.
  17. Barrus, Master Philip
  18. Barrus, Miss Dorothy
  19. Bath, Mr. A. P.
  20. Beane, Mr. F. E., Jr.
  21. Behr, Miss Alice Barton
  22. Bergen, Mr. Henry
  23. Bieneman, Mr. Edgar C.
  24. Billingslea, Mr. J. S.
  25. Birch. Mr. William
  26. Bird, Mr.
  27. Bird, Mrs. and three children
  28. Bistany, Mr. K. A.
  29. Bittner, Mr. E. B. M.
  30. Briegel, Mr. J.
  31. Brown. Mr. James D.
  32. Bruton, Miss H.
  33. Burns, Mr. C. S.
  34. Burke. Mr. T. T.
  35. Busch, Mr. William
  36. Byrne, Rev. George
  37. Cable, Mr. P. S.
  38. Cable, Mrs.
  39. Canfield, Mrs. E. M.
  40. Carlill, Mr. A. J.
  41. Carter, Miss C.
  42. Chalfant, Mr. Theodore
  43. Clarence, Mr. S. J.
  44. Clark, Mr. C. S.
  45. Collie, Lieut. Duncan
  46. Collie, Mrs. child and nurse
  47. Cooper, Mr. T. S.
  48. Cottingham. Mr. W. H. and valet
  49. Cottingham, Mr. Walter S.
  50. Conley, Mr W. T.
  51. Cote, Dr. G. A
  52. Cowling, Mr. H. T.
  53. Coyle, Mr. T.
  54. Crowley, Mr. R. W.
  55. Cutchlee, Brig. General A. C.
  56. DaCosta, Mr Altamont E.
  57. Darwin, Mr. J.
  58. Davison, Mr. R. C.
  59. D’Aubigne, Mrs. B. L. and maid
  60. Dawson, Mr. H. F.
  61. deErp, Baroness
  62. deGreeuw, Mrs. W. J.
  63. deGreeuw, Master
  64. Dias, Mr. Francis
  65. Dias, Master Frank
  66. Dias, Miss Etleen
  67. Dickens, Mr. A. C.
  68. Dickenson, Capt. Charles
  69. Draper. Mr. J. R.
  70. Duggin, Prof. F. P.
  71. Duocha, Miss Hattie
  72. Dupont, Mr. Rene
  73. Dustin. Mr. D. E.
  74. Dustin. Mrs.
  75. Dyson, Mr. Leonard
  76. Eddy. Mr. H. E.
  77. Edelstein, Mr. Willie
  78. Eden, Miss
  79. Elwes, Mr. H. J.
  80. Evans, Mr. J. A.
  81. Evans, Mrs.
  82. Eyre, Mr. J. P.
  83. Eyre, Mrs.
  84. Eyre, Miss Mary F.
  85. Eyre, Miss Josephine M.
  86. Fall, Mrs. S.
  87. Fall, Master Sidney
  88. Farley, Miss Jesse R.
  89. Firman, Mr. Harey
  90. Fitzgerald, Major E. A.
  91. Frazer, Mr. L. S.
  92. Frazer, Mrs
  93. Freeman, Mr. Percy K.
  94. Friedman, Capt. I.
  95. Friedman, Mrs.
  96. Gaertner. Mr. Rudolph
  97. Galbaith, Mr. S. P.
  98. Ganse, Mr. Henry E.
  99. Garrod, Mr. P. W.
  100. Gibson, Mr. F. H.
  101. Gideon, Mr. M. J.
  102. Goldey, Mr. W. B.
  103. Goldman, Mr. Harry
  104. Goldman, Mrs.
  105. Gordon, Lady Duff
  106. Gough, Mr. F. W.
  107. Gould, Mr. J. B.
  108. Gould, Mr. Howard J.
  109. Gould, Mrs. J. B.
  110. Gould, Miss Muriel
  111. Gould Miss Marjorie
  112. Grace, Mr. Frank
  113. Grand, Mr. W. D.
  114. Gray, Mr. Prentice N.
  115. Gray. Mrs.
  116. Grenfell. Col. C. A.
  117. Griffith, Mr. R. D.
  118. Griffith, Mrs.
  119. Guimoye, Mr. Emilio
  120. Guimoye, Mr. Peter
  121. Hackney, Asst. Nav. Const. G.
  122. Haldeman, Lieut. D. C.
  123. Hamilton, Mr. R. A.
  124. Hannibal, Mr. W. A.
  125. Hannibal, Mrs.
  126. Hardwick, Mrs. Mabel
  127. Harper, Mr. T. H.
  128. Harris, Mrs. A. P. D.
  129. Harvey, Mr. Stuart
  130. Harvey, Mr. W. Pellew
  131. Hawkins, Mrs. N. A. L. and two children
  132. Hayward. Mr. Wilfred
  133. Heckscher. Mr. James
  134. Heckscher, Mrs.
  135. Heckscher, Master Eric
  136. Heckscher, Miss Yvonne
  137. Hehir, Mr. D. N.
  138. Hicks. Mr. W. M.
  139. Holmes, Mr. Arthur
  140. Holmes, Mr. E. Burton
  141. Holmes. Mrs.
  142. Hotta, Mr. T.
  143. Howson. Ven. George J.
  144. Hunt, Mr. Robert A.
  145. Ikeda, Mr. Y.
  146. Jennings, Mrs. A. R.
  147. Johns, Mr. A. A.
  148. Johnson, Mr. J. G.
  149. Johnson, Mr. Lawrence, Jr.
  150. Johnson, Mrs.
  151. Johnson, Miss Helen
  152. Johnson, Mr. Nathan C.
  153. Johnson, Mrs.
  154. Jones, Mr. L. R.
  155. Joshua, Mr. J. M.
  156. Kaufman, Mr. A. L.
  157. Keable, Mr. R. W.
  158. Kerr, Mr. T. H.
  159. Kiely, Mrs. Hermine
  160. Kiely, Miss Louise G.
  161. Kiely, Miss Emily
  162. Klackner, Mr. George
  163. Koop, Mr. Paul G.
  164. Koop, Mrs.
  165. Lane, Miss Dorothy
  166. Lavallito, Mr.
  167. Lavallito, Mrs. child and nurse
  168. Lawson, Mr. A.
  169. Lee, General Charles
  170. Legge, Mr. Percy A.
  171. Legge, Mrs.
  172. LeRoux, Lieut. Julius
  173. LeRoux, Mrs.
  174. Levy, Mr. J. W.
  175. Littlebales, Mr. George W.
  176. Little, Mr. J. D.
  177. Little, Mrs.
  178. Little, Master John D., Jr.
  179. Little, Master James H.
  180. Little, Master Thomas D.
  181. Lloyd, Mr. Frederick
  182. Locke, Mr. S. B.
  183. Lodijensky, Maj. Gen. Theo.
  184. Longsdon, Mrs. W.
  185. Low, Mrs. W. M.
  186. Luchars, Mr. Alexander
  187. MacCluer, Mr. Frederick A.
  188. McClelland, Mr. W. E.
  189. McGibbon, Mrs. D. Lorne and maid
  190. McGowan, Mr. James McGowan, Mrs.
  191. McGusty, Dr.
  192. McGusty, Mrs. and two children
  193. McLean, Mr. George
  194. McLean, Mrs.
  195. Macdonald, Mr. Lachean W.
  196. Macdonald, Major Donald
  197. Macdonald, Mrs.
  198. Macintjre, Miss Helen G.
  199. Malmberg, Mr. K.
  200. Marks, Miss Bessie
  201. Masterman, Canon
  202. Maude, Mr. Cyril
  203. Mayekamo, Mr. Y.
  204. May, Mr. W. W.
  205. May, Miss Jane
  206. May, Mr. M. B.
  207. Mays, Mr. Lansing B.
  208. Merrill, Mr. F. A.
  209. Mills, Mr. Charles J.
  210. Mitchell, Mrs. P. V. G.
  211. Mitchell, Miss Constance
  212. Mitchell, Mr. Donald
  213. Montgomery, Mr. J. A.
  214. Moore, Dr. J. S.
  215. Morey, Mr. Adolfo
  216. Morgan, Mr. Fredrick
  217. Morris, Mrs. J. R.
  218. Moulaert, Mr. Albert
  219. Moulaert, Mrs.
  220. Moulaert, Master Jean
  221. Mozer, Mr. R. D.
  222. Naughton, Mr. W. J.
  223. Neilson, Mrs. F.
  224. Neilson, Miss Marion
  225. Neilson, Miss Isabel
  226. Nesbitt, Hon. Wallace K.C.
  227. Nesbitt, Mrs.
  228. Nesbitt, Master Rankin
  229. Newson, Mr. Arthur
  230. Nicholas, Miss Elsie W
  231. Nichols, Mr. Frederick
  232. Niven, Mr. Thomas J.
  233. Noaks, Mr. H. B.
  234. Noaks, Mrs. and two children
  235. Nobbs, Capt. H. G.
  236. Novospeloff, Mr. S.
  237. O’Brien, MissG.
  238. O’Connor, Rev. T. J.
  239. O’Dell, Miss F. Edith
  240. Ogisu, Capt. Y.
  241. Oliver, Mr. L. Slaeffer
  242. O’Malley, Miss S.
  243. Ousey, Mr. G. R.
  244. Parsonge, Mr. W. J.
  245. Pate, Mr. Thomas
  246. Pate, Mr. R. T.
  247. Paxton, Mr. A. B.
  248. Paxton, Mrs.
  249. Perinchief, Mrs. H.
  250. Peters, Miss Ellen
  251. Pickering, Mr. William
  252. Pickering, Mrs.
  253. Pickering, Miss Elizabeth
  254. Plunkett, Mrs. Beatrice
  255. Porter, Mr. J. A. Stewart
  256. Powell, Mr. William B.
  257. Pratt, Mr. C. J.
  258. Prosser, Lieut. F. A.
  259. Ramsden, Mrs. Nellie G.
  260. Reeves, Mr. A. A.
  261. Richardson, Mr. James A.
  262. Richardson, Mrs.
  263. Richardson, Miss A. M.
  264. Rigby, Mrs. A. G. and child
  265. Roberts, Mr. H.
  266. Robertson, Mr. II. D.
  267. Robertson, Mrs.
  268. Robinson, Mr. John H.
  269. Rogers, Mrs. Byron
  270. Rogen, Master Hamilton
  271. Rogers, Master Peter
  272. Rountree, Mr. C. C.
  273. Sampson, Capt. J.
  274. Sampson, Mrs.
  275. Scheinkin, Mr. Menahem
  276. Scott, Mrs. G.
  277. Scott, Miss
  278. Servais, Capt. Henri
  279. Seward, Mr. W. H.
  280. Skene, Capt. L. H.
  281. Smith, Lieut. R. Hilyard
  282. Smith, Mr. Frederick B., J
  283. Smith, Mr. W. C.
  284. Smyth, Miss N. B.
  285. Steiger, Mr. C. J.
  286. Steiger, Mrs.
  287. Stenhouse, Mr. J. A.
  288. Stephens, Mr. Edward
  289. Stephens, Mrs.
  290. Stephens, Miss Isabella
  291. Sutherly, Mr. B.
  292. Symons, Mr. Henry
  293. Symons, Mrs.
  294. Symons, Miss Elsie
  295. Symons, Miss Nellie
  296. Symons, Mr. Lewis
  297. Taite, Mrs. J. C.
  298. Tarven, Mr. Charles
  299. Tate, Mr. Gerald
  300. Taylor, Mr. Eustace
  301. Taylor, Miss Evelyn
  302. Teverson, Mr. H. F.
  303. Thomas, Mr. M.
  304. Thompson, Mr. A. W. H.
  305. Thompson, Major C. W.
  306. Thyne, Mr. William
  307. Tobin, Mr. Harry
  308. Townend. Miss Jessie
  309. Travess, Mr. J.
  310. Tucker, Rev. W.
  311. Vandenberg, Mr. Leon
  312. Vandenberg, Mrs.
  313. Vanderheyden, Col. Guillaume
  314. Van Nostrand, Mr. M. A.
  315. Vaughan, Mr. A. L.
  316. Vaughan. Mrs.
  317. Vosper, Mr. Henry F.
  318. Walsh, Mr. Arthur C.
  319. Walsh, Mrs.
  320. Walsh, Miss Rosemary
  321. Walton, Mr. A. R.
  322. Walton, Miss V.
  323. Ward, Miss Elizabeth
  324. Warren, Mr. F. S.
  325. Warren, Mr. S. H.
  326. Watson, Mr. Frank Hazell
  327. Watson, Mr. A. H. Cole
  328. Wells, Mrs. Harriet C.
  329. Wells, Mr.
  330. Wells, Mrs.
  331. Wells, Mr. A. B.
  332. Whigham, Mr. G. II.
  333. Whigham, Mrs.
  334. Whigham, Miss Ethel M.
  335. Whitlow, Mr. Fred J.
  336. Whitlow, Mrs.
  337. Whitney, Mr. C. A.
  338. Wiederseim, Mr. Theo. E.
  339. Wigan, Mr. Edger C.
  340. Wigan, Mrs.
  341. Wiley, Rear Adm. Henry A.
  342. Williams, Mr. William
  343. Williams, Mr. R. P.
  344. Woodlock, Mr. Thomas F.
  345. Wood, Miss Mary A.
  346. Wright, Mr. Butler
  347. Yaldwyn. Miss B.
  348. Yamishito, Capt. Y.
  349. Young, Mr. A. F.
  350. Young, Mr. McGregor

Second Class Passengers

  1. Abraham, Mrs. L.
  2. Ackerman, Miss Clara
  3. Adams, Miss Dorothy
  4. Alcock, Miss J.
  5. Allen, Miss E.
  6. Allman, Mrs. Justin
  7. Anderson, Miss J. C.
  8. Anderson, Miss Martha
  9. Archibald, Miss Tina
  10. Arthur, Mrs. and two children
  11. Ashton, Miss Nora
  12. Atter, Mrs. H. and child
  13. Bacal, Mr. Samuel
  14. Bagshaw, Mrs, V.
  15. Baker, Mr. J.
  16. Baker, Miss Florence
  17. Banks, Mrs. Lilly
  18. Banks, Miss Olive
  19. Banks, Miss Dorothy
  20. Banks, Master William
  21. Barber, Miss
  22. Barlow, Mr. L.
  23. Barrett, Miss Mary C.
  24. Bateman, Miss Irene
  25. Beardmore, Mr. Thomas
  26. Beardmore, Master George E.
  27. Bedingfield, Mrs. E.
  28. Berkowitz, Mrs. B.
  29. Beveridge, Mrs. C.
  30. Beveridge, Miss Rebecca
  31. Beveridge, Miss Delia
  32. Bindon, Mrs.
  33. Binnie, Mrs. Mary E.
  34. Birkett, Mrs. M.
  35. Birkett, Miss P.
  36. Birt, Mrs. Gladys
  37. Blackburn, Mr. Frederick
  38. Blackwell, Mr. George
  39. Blewett, Mrs. Mary A.
  40. Blewett, Master Thomas
  41. Bloom, Mr. Abraham
  42. Bough, Mrs. Maria
  43. Boulter, Mrs. Sarah
  44. Boulter, Master George
  45. Bradley, Mr. Stephen
  46. Brady, Miss Bridget
  47. Brady, Miss Margaret
  48. Brennan, Mrs. E.
  49. Brennan, Miss B. M.
  50. Bridge, Rev. William H.
  51. Brown, Miss Mary
  52. Buck, Miss Alice M.
  53. Buik, Mr A.
  54. Buik, Mrs. A.
  55. Byrne, Miss Sarah
  56. Callahan, Rev.
  57. Campbell, Mr David
  58. Carlyle, Mr. Norman
  59. Casey, Rev.
  60. Cash, Mrs. G. M.
  61. Chapman, Mr. Bert Chapman, Mrs.
  62. Chapman, Miss Barbara
  63. Charlton, Mrs. Fred
  64. Chase, Rev. C. F.
  65. Chase, Mrs. and two children
  66. Chrisfield, Mr. C. H.
  67. Chrisfield, Mrs.
  68. Clark, Mr. G. W.
  69. Cleary, Miss
  70. Cloherty, Miss N.
  71. Coleman, Mr. F.
  72. Collin, Mr. Sydney F.
  73. Collins, Mr. Joseph
  74. Cook, Mrs. Anna
  75. Cook, Master
  76. Cook, Master William
  77. Cooke, Mrs. Mary A.
  78. Cornock, Mrs. Elizabeth
  79. Cosgrove, Mr. Patrick J.
  80. Cox, Miss Edith S.
  81. Craig, Mrs. M.
  82. Crespinel, Mrs. W.
  83. Crespinel, Master William
  84. Crespinel, Miss Kathleen
  85. Crooks, Miss Edith
  86. Cropper, Mr. Michael
  87. Cropper, Mrs.
  88. Crosher, Mr. J. F.
  89. Cunningham, Rev. P. J.
  90. Currie, Miss A.
  91. Cuthbertson, Miss A.
  92. Daly, Miss Lillian
  93. Daly, Mr. William
  94. Daly, Mrs.
  95. Davies, Sergeant Ernest
  96. Davis, Mr. A.
  97. Deegan, Master Henry W.
  98. deJosez, Mr. Jules
  99. deJosez, Mrs.
  100. Dickson, Mr. George E.
  101. Dickson, Mrs.
  102. Doyle, Miss Annie
  103. Downing, Miss Helen F.
  104. Downing, Miss Julia M.
  105. Drink water, Mr. Rupert
  106. Duncan, Miss A.
  107. Duckett, Doctor Eleanor S.
  108. Duggan, Miss Margaret
  109. Dunn, Mrs. Margaret
  110. Dwyer, Mr. John J.
  111. Dwyer, Mrs.
  112. Dwyer, Miss Margaret
  113. Dwyer, Master John
  114. Edmondson, Mr. G. L.
  115. Edmondson, Mrs. and infant
  116. Edwards, Mr. A.
  117. Edwards, Mrs.
  118. Edwards, Miss A. C.
  119. Edwards, Mrs. E. T.
  120. English, Mr. Thames
  121. Evans, Mr. D.
  122. Evans, Mrs. Evan
  123. Evans, Mr. Herbert
  124. Evans, Mrs. J.
  125. Fitzgerald, Rev. Michael
  126. Flynn, Mr. J. F.
  127. Franklin, Mr. W. H.
  128. Fraser, Mr. Ed
  129. Fraser, Mrs.
  130. Fredericks, Miss Margaret
  131. Freedman, Mr. William
  132. Fuseya, Mr. I.
  133. Gallagher, Miss Mary
  134. Gamble, Mrs. Annie
  135. Gamble, Miss Kathleen
  136. Gaskin, Col. A.
  137. Gawler, Miss Bessie
  138. Getty, Mrs. J. M.
  139. Getty, Miss Mary E.
  140. Getty, Mr. J. M.
  141. Gibson, Mr. Roy
  142. Gibson, Mr. W.
  143. Gilbert, Mrs. E. H.
  144. Gilliland, Miss M.
  145. Glendon, Mrs. and infant
  146. Glenn, Miss Caroline
  147. Godward, Mr. E. R.
  148. Goldstein, Mr. Ralph
  149. Goodwin, Mr. J. Pryse      
  150. Goodwin, Mrs.
  151. Goodwin, Master Lionel
  152. Goodwin, Master Geoffrey
  153. Gordon, MissM . F.
  154. Green, Mr. Frank
  155. Green, Mrs. and infant
  156. Green, Miss Jean
  157. Greenhalgh, Mr. J.
  158. Greenhalgh, Mrs.
  159. Griffiths, Miss Anna
  160. Grove, Mrs. M. E.
  161. Grove, Miss Alice
  162. Halpin, Mrs. Mary
  163. Halpin, Miss Francis
  164. Halpin, Master Thomas V.
  165. Hampson, Mrs. George
  166. Hampson, Master Clifford
  167. Hampson, Miss Marjory
  168. Handy, Mrs. G. F.
  169. Harmon, Mr. C. E.
  170. Harris, Miss Helen
  171. Harris, Mrs. Thomas
  172. Harris, Master Leonard
  173. Harris, Master Thomas
  174. Harris, Miss Eleanor
  175. Harris, Miss Gertrude
  176. Harrison, Miss Gertrude
  177. Harrison, Mrs. Winnifred
  178. Hartwick, Miss Ada
  179. Haslam, Mrs. and child
  180. Haslam, Rev. H. A.
  181. Hatchley, Mr. William
  182. Haynes, Miss Norah
  183. Hearne, Miss Fanny A.
  184. Heasman, Mrs. E. L.
  185. Heasraan, Master Maurice
  186. Heaton, Mr. Albert E.
  187. Henderson, Miss K.
  188. Heptonstall, Mr. George
  189. Higgins, Miss Katherine
  190. Hitchcox, Mr. A. J.
  191. Hitching, Mrs. Sara
  192. Hitching, Master Harry
  193. Hoby, Mrs. R. and two children
  194. Holdgate, Mrs.
  195. Holdgate, Miss
  196. Holdgate, Master
  197. Holmes, Miss Mabel
  198. House, Mrs. E.
  199. Hunt, Mrs. Ernest H.
  200. Hurst, Miss Elizabeth
  201. Hugo, Master Herman R.
  202. Hutching, Mrs. Gertrude and infant
  203. Hyland, Miss Mary
  204. Irwin, Mrs. W. and two children
  205. Jabara, Mr. R.
  206. Jeffrey, Mrs. Katherine two children and infant
  207. Jones, Mrs. Mary
  208. Jones, Miss Sarah
  209. Jordan, Miss Mary
  210. Josephs, Mr J.
  211. Kearons, Mr. W. M.
  212. Keith, Miss Jessie
  213. Kelly, Miss Margaret
  214. Kemp, Mr. John
  215. Kemp, Mrs.
  216. Kemp, Mrs. Winnie
  217. Kemp, Miss May C.
  218. Kerr, Mr. W.
  219. Kerr, Mrs. and two children
  220. Kilkenny, Miss Annie
  221. Kilkenny, Miss May
  222. Kinsman, Mr. Frederick
  223. Kinsman, Mrs. F.
  224. Kraines, Mr. I.
  225. Kraines, Mrs.
  226. Lamb, Mrs. Lucy
  227. Lamb, Miss Patricia
  228. Lant, Miss L.
  229. Latham, Miss Alice
  230. Lavail, Mr. Harry
  231. Lawson, Mrs. J. B.
  232. Lawson, Master Irving
  233. Leavitt, Mrs. W. L.
  234. Lee, Miss Ellen A.
  235. Lees, Mr. George H.
  236. Lees, Mrs. Esther
  237. Legatt, Mrs. Isabel
  238. Legatt, Master Thomas
  239. Lejeune, Miss Sylvie
  240. Lenartz, Miss Margaret
  241. Livingston, Miss Anne C.
  242. Linton, Miss Margaret
  243. Lonie, Mr. Andrew
  244. Lonie, Mrs.
  245. Lorimer, Mrs. K.
  246. Low, Mr. Ko
  247. Ludlam, Mr. G.
  248. Ludlam, Mrs. G. A.
  249. Lynch, Mr. Thomas
  250. Lyons, Mr. John
  251. Mackie, Mr. James
  252. McCaffrey, Mrs. Mary and infant
  253. McClure, Mrs. J. A.
  254. McCormack, Miss Julia
  255. McDonald, Mrs. M.
  256. McDonnell, Rev. A. A.
  257. McDowell, Mr. Stuart W.
  258. McDowell, Mrs.
  259. McDowell, Master Jack
  260. McFarlane, Mr. David
  261. McFarlane, Mrs.
  262. McGirr, Mr. Peter
  263. McGuire, Miss Martha
  264. McIntosh, Mrs. M. H.
  265. McKenzie, Mrs. Donald
  266. McKenzie, Miss Marsali
  267. McLeod, Miss E.
  268. McQueenie, Mrs. M. and infant
  269. Mathews, Mrs. Hannah
  270. Mee, Miss Lillian
  271. Melville, Miss Clare
  272. Miller, Mr. F.
  273. Miller, Mr. George
  274. Miller, Mrs.
  275. Miller, Master David
  276. Miller, Master William
  277. Miller, Miss Georgina
  278. Molloy, Rev. J. J.
  279. Monahan, Dr. M. J.
  280. Monahan, Rev. T. F.
  281. Moore, Miss Marie
  282. Moore, Master Thomas
  283. Moore, Miss Catherine
  284. Moore, Mr. J. T.
  285. Morant, Mrs. M. C. E.
  286. Morant, Master Nicholas
  287. Moreland, Mr. A. F.
  288. Morgan, Mr. John
  289. Morgan, Mr.
  290. Morgan R.
  291. Morris, Rev. T. D.
  292. Morrisroe, Miss Kathryn
  293. Morrissey, Mr. James
  294. Muir, Miss Elizabeth
  295. Mulligan, Miss Katie
  296. Murphy, Rev. D. P.
  297. Murray, Mrs. M.
  298. Murtagh, Miss E.
  299. Murtagh, Mr. P.
  300. Myers, Mr. Harry D.
  301. Neily, Mr. Daniel
  302. Nelmes, Mr. Edward
  303. Nelmes, Mrs. and child
  304. Nelmes, Mr. Percy
  305. Neville, Mrs.
  306. Newton, Mr. Charles II.
  307. Nixon, Mr. C.
  308. O’Connor, Mrs. N. R.
  309. O’Connor, Rev. T. J.
  310. O’Donnell, Rev. F. V.
  311. O’Hare, Mrs. Julia H.
  312. O’Malley, Mr. J.
  313. O’Malley, Mrs.
  314. O’Neill, Miss Catherine
  315. Page, Mrs. J. W.
  316. Palmer, Miss Helen E.
  317. Palmer, Miss Violet
  318. Pashley, Mrs. Mary J.
  319. Patterson, Mr. Harold
  320. Peill, Mr. R. E. F.
  321. Peill, Mrs.
  322. Peill, Master R. L. D.
  323. Peill, Miss Joan
  324. Peill, Miss Elizabeth
  325. Phelan, Miss Ella
  326. Pool, Miss Phyllis
  327. Porter, Miss Margaret
  328. Powell, Mr. Thomas
  329. Powell, Mrs. and infant
  330. Powers, Rev. Thomas
  331. Price, Mrs. Elizabeth
  332. Quantrell, Mr. J.
  333. Quayle, Mr. Edward
  334. Quayle, Mrs.
  335. Rand, Mrs. Jennie
  336. Reich, Mr. Max I.
  337. Rector, Mrs. Helena K.
  338. Reed, Mr. William
  339. Reed, Mrs.
  340. Reynolds, Mrs. L. E.
  341. Ricca, Mrs. Lina
  342. Ricca, Master John
  343. Riordan, Miss Catherine
  344. Roache, Mr. Philip
  345. Roache, Mrs.
  346. Roberts, Mr. W. Herbert
  347. Roberts, Mrs.
  348. Rochester, Mr. Alfred
  349. Rod well, Mr. G. E.
  350. Rodwell. Mrs.
  351. Rooke, Miss Margaret
  352. Rose, Mr. H.
  353. Rose, Mrs.
  354. Ross, Mrs. George D.
  355. Rouney, Miss Elizabeth
  356. Rushton, Miss F. I.
  357. Rutley, Mrs. L. M.
  358. Sack, Miss Nellie
  359. Sack, Mr. William
  360. Sack, Mrs.
  361. Sanderson, Mr. G. H.
  362. Sang, Mr. Li Chik
  363. Sanger, Mr. M.
  364. Saunders, Mrs. Annie
  365. Saunders, Miss Millicent
  366. Saunders, Miss Annie
  367. Schoerle, Mr. F. M.
  368. Shaw, Mrs. Charlotte
  369. Sheehan, Master Andrew
  370. Sheehy, Rev. Thomas
  371. Shirley, Prof. John B.
  372. Silfberg, Mr. J. A.
  373. Silfherg, Mrs.
  374. Skerry, Mrs. Susie
  375. Slater, Mr. B.
  376. Sloan, Rev. Wm. P.
  377. Smith, Mrs. Grace
  378. Smith, Miss Elsie
  379. Smith, Miss Lydia
  380. Smith, Mrs. M. H. and infant
  381. Smith, Miss Sheila
  382. Spurway, Mr. Harold
  383. Steventon, Mr. Arthur
  384. Stewart, Mrs. Martha
  385. Stiles. Miss B.
  386. Sussman, Mr. D.
  387. Taylor, Mr. W. F.
  388. Taylor, Mrs.
  389. Tilton, Mrs. Jessie
  390. Tripp, Mrs. Leo and two children
  391. Turnbull, Mrs. M. and four children
  392. Urquhart, Mrs. David
  393. Urquhart, Miss Helen
  394. Walker, Mrs. Alice
  395. Walker, Mrs. Rose
  396. Walsh, Miss Mary B.
  397. Walsh, Miss Catherine
  398. Ward, Mr. Alfred
  399. Washbourne, Mr. W. E.
  400. Washbourne, Mrs.
  401. Watts, Mr. Howard
  402. Weaver, Mrs. Edwin
  403. Westoby, Miss Edith
  404. Whitcomb, Mrs. Minnie
  405. Whitcomb, Master James
  406. Whitcomb, Miss Margaret
  407. White. Mrs. J. C.
  408. Wilcox, Rev. E. H.
  409. Williams, Mr. Alvn
  410. Williams, Mrs. E. T.
  411. Wilson, Miss Hannah
  412. Wilson, Mr. James
  413. Wonters, Mr. R. G.
  414. Wolffe, Mrs. Augusta
  415. Wood, Mr. P. J.
  416. Wood, Mr. Percy
  417. Wylde, Mrs. A. M.
  418. Wylde, Master William
  419. Wylie, Miss E.
  420. Wylie, Miss R.
  421. Wyllie, Mr. James
  422. Young, Mrs. Margaret

Information for First Class Passengers

  • BREAKFAST at 8:30 a. m. - 10 am
  • LUNCHEON at 1:30 pm
  • DINNER at 7 pm

Breakfast. As the Bugle not sounded for breakfast, Passengers desirous of being wakened should arrange to be called by the Bedroom Steward.

The Bar opens at 8 a. m. and closes at 11.:30 p. m.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p. m. and Smoking Room at  12 p. m.

Divine Service in the saloon on Sunday at 10:30 a. m.

SEATS AT TABLE. Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply for same to the Second Steward.
Children are not entitled to seats in the Saloon unless full fare is paid.

NOTICE—First Class Passengers desiring to dine later than the usual hour, 7 p. m, can have dinner served at any time up to 8:15 p. m. by giving notice to the Second Steward not later than 1:30 p. m.

AN ENQUIRY OFFICE has been provided for the convenience of Passengers, where all enquiries for Information of a general character should be made.

LETTERS, CABLES AND TELEG RAMS are received at the Enquiry Office for dispatch. and Postage Stamps can be purchased, and Deck Chairs hired at this office, through which also all Mails will be distributed.  Cablegrams and Telegrams should be handed in an hour before the arrival at any port of call.

None of the ship's staff other than those on duty in the Enquiry Office, is authorized to accept Letters or Telegrams for dispatch.

DECK CHAIRS can be hired at a charge of $1.50 each for the voyage.

STEAMER RUGS can be hired at a charge of $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 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.

BAGGAGE. On arrival at Liverpool passengers are specially requested to claim their baggage before leaving the Customs shed, otherwise under present abnormal conditions considerable delay and extra charge for carriage will be incurred in forwarding to destination any baggage not accompanying passengers on the railway.

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

EXCHANGE OF MONEY. The Purser is prepared, for the convenience of passengers, to exchange a limited amount of English and American money, at rates which will be advised on application.

PASSENGERS’ ADDRESSES may be left at the Enquiry Office In order that any letters sent to the care of the Company may be forwarded.

VALUABLES. The White Star Line has provided a safe in the office of the Purser. In which passengers may deposit money. Jewels, or ornaments for safe keeping. The Company will not be liable to passengers for the loss of money, Jewels, or ornaments by theft or otherwise, not so deposited.

DOGS. Passengers are notified that dogs cannot be landed In Great Britain unless license has previously been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of license must be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog Is taken on board.

THIS STEAMER IS FITTED WITH MARCONI’S SYSTEM OF WIBELESS
TELEGRAPHY AND ALSO SUBMARINE SIGNALING APPARATUS.

Passengers Landing at Liverpool - (First Class)

  • When a Steamer lands passengers at Liverpool in the early morning, Breakfast will be served at the following hours :

WEEK DAYS
April to September inclusive, 7 A. M.
October to March inclusive, 8 A. M.
SUNDAYS
All the year round, 8 A. M.

  • The Steamers will be Berthed at the Landing Stage:

WEEK DAYS
April to September inclusive, 7.30 A. M.
October to March inclusive, 8.30 A. M.
SUNDAYS
All the year round, 8.30 A. M.

When the Steamer arrives at night, passengers will not be landed until the following morning, unless the vessel passes the Rook Lighthouse, Liverpool, before 7.30. p. m.

Passengers will please note that any landing after 8 pm, Summer or Winter, is entirely at their own option; if they prefer it, they can remain on board and after breakfast, which will be served at 8 o’clock on the following morning, land either by tender or in dock, as may be arranged.

 

COMPANY’S OFFICES AND AGENTS
Liverpool — White Star Line, 30 James Street.
London — White Star Line, 1 Cockspur Street, S. W. and 38 Leadenhall Street, K. C. Southampton — White Star Line, Canute Road.
Paris — The American Travel and Transport Agency, 9 Rue Scribe

Information for Second Class Passengers

FIRST SITTING

  • BREAKFAST at 7.30 a. m.
  • LUNCHEON at 12 noon         
  • DINNER at 6 p. m.

SECOND SITTING

  • BREAKFAST at 8.30 a. in.
  • LUNCHEON at 1 p. m.
  • DINNER at 7 p. m.

The Bar opens at 8 a. m., and closes at 10.80 p. m.
Lights are extinguished In the Saloon at 11 p. m. and Smoking Room at 12 p. m.
BAGGAGE. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, who Is the Ship’s Baggage Master. Trunks. Chairs, etc., which passengers may desire to leave in charge of the Company, should be appropriately labeled and handed to the Ship’s Baggage Master, and such articles will be stored entirely at owner’s risk. All charges must be paid to the Purser.

PASSENGERS are requested to ask for a Receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair Hire, or Freight paid on board.

SMOKING is strictly prohibited in any of the Staterooms. Library or Dining Saloon.

LIBRARY. Books can be obtained on applying to the Library Steward.

POSTAGE STAMPS can be obtained from the Saloon Steward. In the Dining Saloon, who will take charge of Cable Dispatches and Telegrams for transmission from Liverpool. Such Cable Dispatches and Telegrams should be handed to the Saloon Steward an hour before arrival at Liverpool.

MEALS not permitted to be served In the Library.

DECK CHAIRS can be hired at a charge of $1.50 each.

STEAMER RUGS can be hired at a charge of $1.50 each.

SECOND CLASS PASSENGERS are not allowed in the First or Third Class quarters.

VALUABLES. The White Star Line has provided a safe in the office of the Purser, In which passengers may deposit money. Jewels, or ornaments for safe keeping. The Company will not be liable to passengers for the loss of money, Jewels, or ornaments by theft or otherwise, not so deposited.

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 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.

PASSENGERS’ ADDRESSES may be left with the Saloon Steward in order that any letters sent to the care of the Company may be forwarded.

DOGS. Passengers are notified that dogs cannot be landed In Great Britain unless a license has previously been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of license must be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog Is taken on board

 

The White Star Line has a West End Office for the convenienceof passengers, at 1 Cockspur Street, London, S. W.

Letters can be addressed there to await arrival of passenger« and baggage can be stored.

Registered Telegraphic and Cable Address—"Vessels." London Telephone, " No. 1964 Regent," London.

LANDING ARRANGEMENTS

  • When a Steamer lands passengers at Liverpool In the early morning, Breakfast will be served at the following hours:

WEEK DAYS.
April to September Inclusive: 7 a. m.
October to March Inclusive:  8 a. m.
SUNDAYS.
All the year round:   8 a. m.

  • The Steamers will be Berthed at the Landing Stages

WEEK DAYS.
April to September Inclusive:  7.30 a. m.
October to March Inclusive:  8.30 a. m.
SUNDAYS.
All the year round: 8.30 a. m.

When Steamer arrives at night, passengers will not be landed until the following morning, unless the vessel passes the Rock Lighthouse, Liverpool, before 7.30 p. m.
Any landing after 8 p. m. Summer or Winter, is entirely at passenger’s option; If they prefer, they can remain on board, and after Breakfast, which will be served at 8 o’clock on the following morning, land either by tender or in dock, as may be arranged.

COMPANY’S OFFICES AND AGENTS
Liverpool — White Star Line, 30 James Street.
London — White Star Line, 1 Cockspur Street, S. W. and 38 Leadenhall Street, E. C. Southampton — White Star Line, Canute Road.
Paris — The American Travel and Transport Agency, 9 Rue Scribe.

Track Chart, SS Adriatic Passenger List - 16 June 1919

Track Chart, SS Adriatic Passenger List - 16 June 1919

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