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RMS Campania Passenger List - 18 May 1895

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List for the RMS Campania of the Cunard Line, Departing 18 May 1895 from Liverpool to New York.

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List for the RMS Campania of the Cunard Line, Departing 18 May 1895 from Liverpool to New York, Commanded by Captain Henry Walker. GGA Image ID # 15a3cb9025

Notable Passengers: Hon. Thomas Ballantyne, Sir John Fowler Leece Brunner, 2nd Baronet, Franklin MacVeagh, Ernest Gaston Joseph Solvay, Mr. Samuel Bradford Caswell

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: Henry Walker (Lt. R.N.R.)
  • Surgeon: E. M. Finucane
  • Purser: David S. Wallace
  • Chief Steward: Louis Affolter

Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. J. N. Adam
  2. Mr. E. W. Atkinson
  3. Mrs. Atkinson
  4. Hon. Thomas Ballantyne (13 August 1829 – 29 June 1908) was a Canadian politician and Speaker of the Ontario Legislature
  5. Hon. Cecil Baring
  6. Mr. J. Z. Batten
  7. Mr. W. O. Blackburn
  8. Mr. Henry Bower
  9. Mr. John Boyd
  10. Mr. L. Sydney Bracher
  11. Mrs. A. H. Bradford
  12. Mr. James Brady
  13. Mr. Brindley
  14. Mr. George Brown
  15. Mr. Grant Hugh Brown
  16. Mr. J. F. L. Brunner Sir John Fowler Leece Brunner, 2nd Baronet (24 May 1865 – 16 January 1929) was a British Liberal Party politician
  17. Mrs. Brunner (Lucy Marianne Vaughan Morgan)
  18. Miss Hilda Brunner
  19. Mr. Brunner
  20. Mr. R. B. Bull
  21. Mrs. Bull, Child, and Maid
  22. Master Kenneth Bull
  23. Mr. Martin Burnley
  24. Mr. Eggleston Burrows
  25. Mrs. Burrows
  26. Mr. W. Burton
  27. Mrs. Burton
  28. Miss L. H. Butler
  29. Miss A. G. Butler
  30. Miss Susan Butler
  31. Mr. J. J. Cairnes
  32. Mrs. Cairnes and Maid
  33. Mr. William Carter
  34. Mrs. Carter
  35. Mrs. Malcolm Caruthers
  36. Miss Caruthers
  37. Miss Fanny Caruthers
  38. Mr. H. A. Carson
  39. Mrs. Carson
  40. Mr. William Case
  41. Mr. Samuel Bradford Caswell
  42. Mrs. Caswell
  43. Miss H. Cenas
  44. Mrs. Chapman
  45. Mr. Percy Chubb
  46. Mrs. Chubb
  47. Mr. R. M. Clarke
  48. Mr. Thomas Clarke
  49. Mrs. Clarke
  50. Miss Clarke
  51. Mrs. Cloran
  52. Mr. W. Le Codman
  53. Major C. Coningham
  54. Mr. Stanley Conner
  55. Mr. Conrad
  56. Mrs. Conrad
  57. Mr. Fred L. Cartier
  58. Mrs. Curtler, Child, and Maid
  59. Mr. Alexander Del Mar
  60. Mr. Eugene Del Mar
  61. Mr. R. Dun Douglas
  62. Miss Dubois
  63. Mr. W Duffus
  64. Mrs. Duffus
  65. Mr. George H. Evans
  66. Mr. Christmas Evans
  67. Mrs. Evans
  68. Miss Evans
  69. Rev. James Fell
  70. Mr. William Fell
  71. Mr. T. J. Fell
  72. Mrs. F. Field
  73. Miss Fisher
  74. Miss French
  75. Mr. Fairbairn
  76. Mrs. C. H. Fuller
  77. Miss Fuller
  78. Mr. C. H. Fuller
  79. Mr. George E. Fuller
  80. Mr. H. T. Fuller
  81. Mr. W. T. Gibbs
  82. Mrs. W. T. Gibbs, and Child
  83. Mrs. Giles
  84. Mrs. R. Goodbody
  85. Master Goodbody
  86. Mr. F. Goodwin
  87. Miss Griffin
  88. Mrs. Wayne Griswold, and Maid
  89. Mr. Adolph Hahn
  90. Mr. John R. Hall
  91. Mr. Edouard Hannon
  92. Mr. Thomas Hartley
  93. Mr. Fred Haviland
  94. Mr. Henry Hay
  95. Mr. C. J. Hay
  96. Mr. Charles Heap
  97. Mr. F. C. Heap
  98. Mrs. E. N. Hill
  99. Mr. Hitchcock
  100. Mrs. Hitchcock
  101. Mr. Z. Horikoshi
  102. Mrs. E. D. Howe
  103. Miss E. Howe
  104. Mr. W. F. Hutchinson
  105. Mrs. Hutchinson
  106. Mr. James Innes
  107. Mrs. Innes
  108. Mr. T. F. Jackson
  109. Mrs. Jackson
  110. Mr. H. G. Julian
  111. Mrs. E. G. Kingsley
  112. Mr. Bancel LaFarge
  113. Mr. Laudvatter
  114. Miss Last
  115. Miss Last
  116. Mr. Manasseh Levy
  117. Mr. Franklin MacVeagh (November 22, 1837 – July 6, 1934) was an American politician, lawyer, grocer and banker. He was served as the United States Secretary of the Treasury under President William Howard Taft
  118. Mrs. MacVeagh and Maid
  119. Mr. J. H. Mancor
  120. Mrs. Mancor
  121. Mr. Lewis C. Marshall
  122. Mr. Edward J. Mason
  123. Mr. J. N. McCulloch
  124. Miss McCulloch
  125. Rev. A. McMillan
  126. Mr. W. D. Michael
  127. Mr. W. T. Minnes
  128. Mrs. Mitchell
  129. Mr. Adam H. Morham
  130. Mrs. Morton
  131. Miss Morton
  132. Mr. W. B. Mossman
  133. Mrs. Mws
  134. Mr. H. L. Nash
  135. Mrs. F. M. Newell
  136. Dr. A. J. Ochesner
  137. Miss M. Packe
  138. Mr. S. L. Parks
  139. Mr. D. Pasqua
  140. Mr. E A. de Pass
  141. Miss J. G. Paterson
  142. Mr. Seymour Persse
  143. Mr. Charles Phillips
  144. Mr. C. M. Pielsticker
  145. Mr. D. C. Pinney
  146. Mrs. M. M. Pitts
  147. Mr. Pohl
  148. Mrs. Pohl
  149. Mr. C. F. Priestley
  150. Mrs. D. W. Prime
  151. Mr. J. C. Randall
  152. Mrs. Randall
  153. Miss Ruth Randall
  154. Miss E. Randall
  155. Mr. Jules Reiss
  156. Mr. A. M. Renshaw
  157. Mrs. Renshaw
  158. Mrs. H. C. Richards
  159. Miss Gertrude Richards
  160. Miss Helen S. Richards
  161. Mr. H. C. Richards
  162. Mr. Francis C. Richards
  163. Mr. J. A. Richmond and Manservant
  164. Mr. Rosenfeld
  165. Mrs. M. L. Ross
  166. Miss G. V. Ross
  167. Miss A. M. Ross
  168. Mr. L. H. Salomon
  169. Capt. E. H. Sanford
  170. Mr. N. Knight Sanford
  171. Mr. Randolph E. Schirmer
  172. Mr. H. Schwarz
  173. Miss Seelye
  174. Miss Jennie Sharp
  175. Mr. W. T. Shepherd
  176. Mr. G. H. Shuttleworth
  177. Mrs. Shuttleworth
  178. Mr. W. B. Bridgeman Simpson
  179. Mr. Ernest Solvay Ernest Gaston Joseph Solvay (16 April 1838 – 26 May 1922) was a Belgian chemist, industrialist and philanthropist
  180. Mr. Edmond Solvay
  181. Miss Sorgen
  182. Mr. Louis Sterne
  183. Mr. Anthony Stewart and Friend
  184. Mr. R. S. Struthers
  185. Mr. J. F. Symes
  186. Miss Ethel M. Symes
  187. Mr. J. A. Taylor
  188. Mr. Joseph Thomas
  189. Mr. Joseph Tuckerman and Manservant
  190. Miss Tuckerman
  191. Mr. F. Vanderstraeteu
  192. Mr. Orlando Ward
  193. Mr. N. Warden
  194. Miss Watson
  195. Mr. W. H. Wayman
  196. Miss H. H. Whitney
  197. Miss E. Whitney
  198. Mr. J. W. Whittaker
  199. Gen. Charles A. Whittier
  200. Miss Whittier
  201. Mr. C. S. Wilkinson
  202. Mr. S. R. Williams
  203. Mr. Hobart W. Williams
  204. Mrs. A. C. Williams
  205. Miss Wilmarth
  206. Mr. Ynclan

Cunard Track Chart of the Atlantic with Outward and Homebound Distances and a Notice. 1895.

Cunard Track Chart of the Atlantic with Outward and Homebound Distances and a Notice: With a View of Diminishing the Chances of Collision, Steamers of this Line Take Specified Courses According to the Seasons of the Year. Back Cover of a Saloon Class Passenger List from the RMS Campania Dated 18 May 1895. GGA Image ID # 15a3ce8ea2


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