SS Teutonic Passenger List - 18 May 1898

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List from the SS Teutonic of the White Star Line, Departing 18 May 1898 from Liverpool to New York

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List from the SS Teutonic of the White Star Line, Departing 18 May 1898 from Liverpool to New York, Commanded by Captain J. G. Cameron, R.N.R. GGA Image ID # 162f259a1b

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain J. G. Cameron, R.N.R.
  • Surgeon: A. W. Mackenzie
  • Purser: T. H. Russell

Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. D. Alexander
  2. Mr. J. J. Van Alen and Manservant
  3. Mr. N. E. Andersson
  4. Mr. R. H. Ayres
  5. Mrs. Ayres
  6. Master Ayres
  7. Mr. O. C. Barber
  8. Mr. H. K. Beatty
  9. Mr. G. Beekman
  10. Mr. W. Beekman
  11. Miss Beekman and Maid
  12. Madame Bertrand
  13. Mr. E. V. Bird
  14. Mrs. Bird and Maid
  15. Rev. Paul H. Birdsall
  16. Mrs. Birdsall
  17. Mr. Alex. Blyth
  18. Mrs. T. D. Boardman and Maid
  19. Miss Boardman
  20. Mr. C. Bohlen
  21. Mr. E. D. Boit
  22. Mrs. Boit and Maid
  23. Miss Boit
  24. Miss M. L. Boit
  25. Miss J. Boit
  26. Mr. R. J. R. Boreel
  27. Mr. F. G. Bourne and Manservant
  28. Mr. L. S. Bracher
  29. Miss S. C. Bradlee
  30. Miss G. G. Bright
  31. Mr. I. Brill
  32. Mr. H. J. Brown
  33. Mr. R. E. Brown
  34. Mr. R. G. Bushnell
  35. Miss Bushnell
  36. Mr. J. H. Mayne Campbell and Manservant
  37. Mrs. Chapman and Maid
  38. Miss Alice S. Cheney
  39. Miss M. Cheney and Maid
  40. Mr. John Christie
  41. Mr. E. H. Conant
  42. Mrs. Conant
  43. Mr. H. T. Conant
  44. Mr. F. A. Constable
  45. Mrs. Constable
  46. Miss M. L. Constable
  47. Miss E. Constable and Maid
  48. Mr. S. L. Cook
  49. Mr. N. W. Cramp
  50. Mrs. J. B. Creighton
  51. Mrs. J. G. Cushing and Maid
  52. Miss Cushing
  53. Mr. R. Fulton Cutting
  54. Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting and Two Nurses
  55. Mr. Bayard Cutting
  56. Miss Helen Cutting
  57. Miss E. Cutting and Maid
  58. Miss Ruth Cutting
  59. Master Fulton Cutting
  60. Master C. S. Cutting
  61. Mr. P. Dahlgren
  62. Mr. Norman N. Dodge
  63. Mrs. Dodge
  64. Mr. John Dolbeer
  65. Miss B. M. Dolbeer
  66. Mr. H. Douglas
  67. Rev. A. Dunlea
  68. Mr. J. B. Edmiston
  69. Mr. G. W. Edwards
  70. Mrs. Edwards
  71. Mr. E. J. Elliott
  72. Dr. Bache Emmet
  73. Mrs. Bache Emmet
  74. Mr. Arthur B. Emmons
  75. Mrs. Emmons
  76. Miss E. Emmons and Nurse
  77. Mrs. Fairchild
  78. Miss Fairchild
  79. Mr. A. Fries
  80. Mrs. Fries
  81. Miss Fries
  82. Mr. G. T. Fulford
  83. Mrs. Fulford and Maid
  84. Miss D. M. Fulford
  85. Miss M. H. Fulford
  86. Mr. Frank Fuller
  87. Mrs. Fuller
  88. Mr. W. P. Gill
  89. Mr. J. R. Girling
  90. Mr. T. G. Gowland
  91. Mrs. Gowland
  92. Mr. E. L. Griswold
  93. Miss Griswold
  94. Miss Harriet G. Hamelin
  95. Miss Jane G. C. Hamelin
  96. Mr. G. de Saumarez Hamilton
  97. Mr. E. Herz
  98. Mr. C. de Hereida
  99. Mrs. de Hereida and Maid
  100. Miss Holland
  101. Mr. M. Holzapfel
  102. Mrs. Holzapfel
  103. Miss Hopkins
  104. Mr. James Hopkins
  105. Mr. C. E. Hovey
  106. Mr. E. G. Howes
  107. Miss Humphreys
  108. Mr. William Mills Ivins
  109. Mrs. Ivins
  110. Miss Ismay
  111. Mrs. Julian-James
  112. Miss M. S. Janeway
  113. Mr. F Caverhill Jones
  114. Mr. Arthur Keen
  115. Mr. Harry A. Keen
  116. Mr. Charles Kelly
  117. Mrs. Kernochan, Maid, and Manservant
  118. Mrs. W. Kohl and Maid
  119. Miss Kohl
  120. Mr. E. Krell
  121. Miss C. R. Lane
  122. Mr. Irwin Laughlin
  123. Mr. Amory A. Lawrence
  124. Miss Edith Lawrence and Maid
  125. Mr. Ashton Lee
  126. Mr. Lamar Lyndon
  127. Mrs. Lyndon
  128. Mr. F. L. Martin
  129. Mr. T. McGaw
  130. Mr. T. D. McGaw
  131. Mr. A. J. Meakio
  132. Mr. Wm. F. Mellor
  133. Mr. J. Melis
  134. Mrs. Bailey Meyers and Maid
  135. His Excellency M. Garcia Merou Argentina Minister to U.S.
  136. Mrs. Garcia Merou and Maid
  137. Miss A. Garcia Merou
  138. Miss V. Garcia Merou
  139. Miss R. Garcia Merou
  140. Mr. R. W. Milbank
  141. Colonel Miley
  142. Mrs. K. W. Moffat
  143. Miss Moffat
  144. Master John Moffat
  145. Mr. J. Dyson Moore
  146. Mr. Charles J. Morse
  147. Mr. James Munro
  148. Professor Munyon
  149. Mrs. Munyon
  150. Mr. E. Naylor
  151. Captain Phillips
  152. Mr. W. E. Briggs Priestley
  153. Mrs. Priestley
  154. Mr. W. B. Quaintance
  155. Mr. A. J. Quanz
  156. Mr. R. Quinn
  157. Mr. Arthur W. Richards
  158. Mrs. L. Riggs
  159. Mr. J. Roosevelt
  160. Mrs. Roosevelt
  161. Mr. J. Saltar, Jr.
  162. Mr. J. M. Savage
  163. Mr. John Scullen
  164. Mr. O. H. Shepard
  165. Mr. P. S. Sears
  166. Mrs. Sears
  167. Mr. Alexander Sedgwick
  168. Mrs. Sedgwick
  169. Mr. J. W. Seymour, Jr
  170. Mr. W. C. Spencer
  171. Mrs. Spencer
  172. Mr. T. W. Stevens
  173. Mr. C. C. Stutz
  174. Miss Evelyn Sturgis
  175. Right Hon. Lord Sudeley
  176. Mr. M. J. Taylor
  177. Mr. Charles Tebbetts
  178. Mrs. Tebbetts
  179. Miss Thornton
  180. Miss Thornton
  181. Mr. R. Tyndale
  182. Miss B. M. Warren
  183. Mr. Charles Wehrhane
  184. Mrs. Charles Wehrhane
  185. Miss Flora Wehrhane
  186. Miss E. Wilson
  187. Mr. Fred Winthorp
  188. Captain Wister
  189. Mr. F. W. Woerz
  190. Mrs. Woerz
  191. Mrs. J. A. Wright and Maid
  192. Mrs. J. W. Yates
  193. Mr. A. Scott Younger

Passenger Information

  • Breakfast from 8:30 until 10:00 am
  • Luncheon at 1:30 pm
  • Dinner at 7:00 pm

Divine Service in the Saloon on Sunday at 10:30 am

PLEASE apply to the Second Steward for Seating Accommodation at Table.

Letters for Passengers on-board outward-bound Steamers at Queenstown, mailed on the day the Steamer sails from Liverpool, must be registered and addressed thus:

c/o The Commander,
M……….. Passenger per R.M.S.
Queenstown.

Telegrams must be addressed to care of "Ismay. Queenstown," otherwise a charge of 5/- extra is made if addressed to the steamer direct.

Cablegrams and Telegrams should be handed to the Saloon Steward an hour before arrival at Queenstown.

The Saloon Steward will supply Stamps, Telegraph Forms, Books of Reference, and Railway Timetables of the principal Companies.
Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, who is the Ship's Baggage Master; Trunks, Chairs, or Rugs which Passengers may desire to leave in charge of the Company, should be properly labelled and handed to the Second Steward.

Deck Chairs can be hired at a charge of 4/- each for the voyage, 24 hours' notice being necessary in London, or 12 hours at the Head Office, Liverpool.
The Company will not be responsible for Valuables or Money unless given in charge of the Purser, who will give a receipt for the same on the Company's Form.

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

Saloon Passengers joining the White Star Mail Steamers at Queenstown and leave Euston, London at 8.45 pm, or Liverpool at 11.00 pm on the day of sailing; Holyhead by Mail Steamer, 2.25 a.m. Thursday; and from Amiens Street Station, Dublin, by the Special American Mail Train, 6 am, arriving at Queenstown 10.15 am Thursday.

N.B. Passengers will please note, that no dogs can be brought from American into Great Britain without a license from the Board of Agriculture.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, White Star Line SS Teutonic Saloon Passenger List - 18 May 1898.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, White Star Line SS Teutonic Saloon Passenger List - 18 May 1898. GGA Image ID # 162f3b7080

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