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SS Furnessia Passenger List - 7 December 1883

Front Cover, SS Furnessia Passenger List - 7 December 1883

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List for the SS Furnessia of the Anchor Line, Departing Friday, 7 December 1883 from Glasgow to New York via Moville, Commanded by Captain John Hedderwick. GGA Image ID # 1730b289e4


  • Commander: Captain John Hedderwick
  • Surgeon: R. D. Bradford
  • Purser: John Mathieson
  • Stewardess: Mrs. Ramsay


  1. Mr. John Anderson
    Guelph, Ont
  2. Mrs. Anderson
    Guelph, Ont
  3. Mr. T. J. Brew
    New York
  4. Mr. John Black
  5. Mr. Foster Black
    New York
  6. Mr. William Bryan
  7. Mr. John Carmichael
  8. Mrs. Carmichael, Infant, and Nurse
  9. Mr. John H. Cockburn
    New York
  10. Mr. S. W. Connell
    Hamilton, Ont
  11. Dr. Chiola
  12. Mrs. M. Gerneau
    New York
  13. Mr. H. W. S. Gordon
  14. Mrs. Laidlaw
  15. Mr. E. McVeagh
  16. Mrs. D. J. Mitchell
    New York
  17. Master Brady Mitchell
    New York
  18. Mrs. Virginia P. Marwick
    New York
  19. Mr. W. B. Newson
  20. Miss Annie L. Park
    New York
  21. Mr. John E. Roberts
    New York
  22. Mr. Donald Ross
  23. Mr. John Roxburgh
    City Rapids, Iowa
  24. Rev. R. G. Seymour
    New York
  25. Dr. H. R. Smith
  26. Mrs. Smith and Infant
  27. Mrs. M. J. Thomson
  28. Mr. A. A. Wood
    New York
  29. Pusto G. Garcia
    Cuba (Handwritten Entry)


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