RMS Campania Passenger List - 12 October 1895


Front Cover, Saloon Passenger List for the RMS Campania of the Cunard Line, Departing Saturday, 12 October 1895 from Liverpool to New York.

Front Cover, Saloon Passenger List for the RMS Campania of the Cunard Line, Departing Saturday, 12 October 1895 from Liverpool to New York, Commanded by Captain W. H. P. Hains. GGA Image ID # 15a64fbc34


Notable Passengers: Edwin Swift Balch, Arthur Neville Chamberlain FRS, George Fisher, Francis "Frank" Marion Bates Fisher, The Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, D.D., Robert Maria Haas, Philip Lehman, Robert Owen Lehman, Sr., Freeman D. Marckwald, Frank James Marshall, John Rex Winder.


Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain W. H. P. Hains (Lt. R.N.R.)
  2. Surgeon: E. M. Finucane
  3. Purser: David S. Wallace
  4. Chief Steward: Louis A Folter


Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. Angel Alvarez
  2. Mrs. B. F. Angel
  3. Hon. W. E. Armbrister
  4. Mrs. Armbrister
  5. Mr. F. H. Aronson
  6. Miss Julia Averille
  7. Mr. J. W. Ayre
  8. Mr. J. B. Bacharach
  9. Mr. Henry C. Baggallay
  10. Mrs. Henry M. Baker
  11. Miss Charlotte S. Baker
  12. Miss Christine V. Baker
  13. Miss Emilie H. Baker
  14. Mrs. Thomas Balch
  15. Miss Elise Welling Balch
  16. Mr. Edwin S. Balch (Note 1)
  17. Mr. Thomas Wiling Balch
  18. Mr. Walter C. Barbeau
  19. Mr. L. E. Barbeau
  20. Mrs. Barbeau
  21. Mr. G. A. Batchelor
  22. Miss Bates
  23. Miss A. Bates
  24. Mr. Thomas W. Beardwood
  25. Mrs. Beardwood
  26. Miss Jennie Beardwood
  27. Mr. Henry Beuttell
  28. Mr. Beuttell, Jr.
  29. Mr. A. W. Biddell
  30. Miss Biuinger
  31. Miss Black
  32. Col. George Boker
  33. Mrs. Boker and Maid
  34. Miss Brander
  35. Mr. Louis H. Bristol
  36. Mr. James Broadbent
  37. Mr. H. A. Butters
  38. Master H. A. Butters
  39. Mr. Fred C. Cabot
  40. Mr. Rafael Cabrera
  41. Mr. James Cary
  42. Rev. T. F. Cashman
  43. Miss Cashman
  44. Miss Helena Cashman
  45. Lt. Cervera
  46. Mr. Neville Chamberlain (Note 2)
  47. Miss Chanler
  48. Miss M. Chauler and Maid
  49. Mrs. William Chisholm
  50. Miss Chisholm
  51. Miss Anna M. Cleary
  52. Mr. Charles C. Cobb
  53. Mr. S. Cohen
  54. Mrs. Cohen
  55. Miss Sallie Cohen
  56. Master Henry Cohen
  57. Mr. F. B. Coles
  58. Col. J. T. Collins
  59. Mr. C. D. Colman
  60. Mr. William Cook
  61. Mrs. H. Croft
  62. Mr. W. Howard Crosby
  63. Mrs. Crosby
  64. Miss Mary A. Crowe
  65. Mr. W. Mansell Daintrey
  66. Mr. H. J. Davis
  67. Mme. d'Egmont
  68. Mr. Arthur W. Dewey and Two Menservants
  69. Mrs. Dewey and Maid
  70. Master O. H. Dewey
  71. Mr. Peter Donald
  72. Mrs. Donald
  73. Miss M. McGregor Donald
  74. Miss A. Edgar Donald
  75. Miss M. E. Drake
  76. Mr. Max Drey
  77. Miss M. Dunsmuir
  78. Miss Helen Edwards
  79. Mr. Duncan Edwards
  80. Mrs. A. L. Edwards
  81. Mrs. Edwards
  82. Mrs. S. W. Ehrich Child, and Maid
  83. Mr. D. L. Einstein
  84. Mrs. Einstein
  85. Miss Einstein, Maid, and Special Stewardess
  86. Miss Helen M. Elwyn
  87. Mrs. Emery
  88. Mr. George H. Fisher (Note 3)
  89. Mr. Francis Fisher (Note 4)
  90. Mrs. George H. Fisher and Maid
  91. Miss Fisher
  92. Rev. T. Fitzpatrick
  93. Rev. Thomas Gallaudet (Note 5)
  94. Mr. G. Garcia
  95. Mr. D. G. Gardner
  96. Mrs. D. P. Gladding
  97. Mr. A. E. Goodhart
  98. Mrs. Goodhart
  99. Mrs. Graveley
  100. Miss Graveley, Child, and Nurse
  101. Baron Griolet
  102. Mr. K. Haas
  103. Mrs. Haas and Maid
  104. Master Robert Haas (Note 6)
  105. Miss Edith Haas
  106. Master George Haas and Nurse
  107. Mr. Julius M. Hahlo
  108. Mrs. Hahlo
  109. Mr. Hardy
  110. Mr. Judah Hart
  111. Mr. M. Von Hardtmuth
  112. Mr. J. Duffus Harris and Manservant
  113. Mr. Dwight M. Harris
  114. Mrs. Harris
  115. Mr. D. C. Harris
  116. Mr. F. B. Harrison
  117. Mr. S. E. Haslett
  118. Miss E. Hastings
  119. Mr. John Healey
  120. Mrs. C. M. Henderson
  121. Mr. Daniel C. Herr
  122. Mrs. A. Herr
  123. Mr. Ellis Hill
  124. Mr. W. W. Hite
  125. Mrs. Hite, Two Children, and Two Nurses
  126. Rev. Thomas Hodnett
  127. Mr. C. J. Holdsworth
  128. Mrs. Holdsworth
  129. Mr. F. S. Hunter
  130. Miss C. S. Hunter
  131. Mrs. P. S. Hutchinson
  132. Miss Hutchinson
  133. Mr. Hutchinson
  134. Dr. James P. Hutchinson
  135. Mr. Ingle
  136. Mr. C. F. Irving
  137. Mr. J. H. K. Isherwood
  138. Mrs. M. A. Jackson
  139. Mr. John S. James
  140. Mrs. James
  141. Mrs. James T. Jones
  142. Miss Clara Jones
  143. Miss Lucy Jones
  144. Mr. Elias Joseph
  145. Mrs. Charles A. Joy
  146. Miss Eleanor Joy
  147. Rev. James J. Keegan
  148. Miss Antoinette Kellog
  149. Mrs. John Kelly and Maid
  150. Mr. John J. Kelly
  151. Miss Josephine C. Kelly
  152. Mr. Thomas B. Kerr
  153. Mrs. Kerr
  154. Rev. R. Kiely
  155. Mr. E. L. King
  156. Mr. Robert Lanyon
  157. Mrs. Lanyon
  158. Mr. J. Larkin
  159. Mrs. Larkin
  160. Mr. W. H. Law
  161. Mr. E. N. Lawrence
  162. Mr. J. B. Lawrence
  163. Mrs. Lawrence
  164. Miss Lawrence
  165. Mr. Lewis Cass Ledyard
  166. Mrs. Ledyard
  167. Mr. L. C. Ledyard, Jr.
  168. Mr. Philip Lehman (Note 7)
  169. Mrs. Lehman, Maid, and Special Stewardess
  170. Miss Pauline Lehman
  171. Master Robt. Lehman (Note 8)
  172. Mr. Robert Liddle
  173. Miss Liddle and Maid
  174. Mrs. L. C. Leggett and Maid
  175. Mr. John E. Leggett
  176. Mr. J. M. Lockhart
  177. Miss Helen Long
  178. Miss B. Lowenstein
  179. Mr. Carroll S. Macgill
  180. Mrs. MacKeon
  181. Miss MacKeon
  182. Mrs. George Malpass
  183. Mr. Freeman D. Marckwald (Note 9)
  184. Mrs. Marckwald
  185. Mr. C. R. Marsh
  186. Mrs. Charles Marsh
  187. Mrs. Marsh
  188. Mr. F. J. Marshall (Note 10)
  189. Mr. George H. Marshall
  190. Mr. Bradley Martin, Jr.
  191. Mrs. C. A. McCready
  192. Mrs. John H. McFadden and Maid
  193. Miss McFadden
  194. Master McFadden
  195. Mr. William McNaughton
  196. Mrs. Oscar R. Meyer
  197. Mr. Bruce Miller
  198. Mr. William Mills
  199. Mr. H. Molts
  200. Mr. F. H. Moore
  201. Mrs. Moore
  202. Mr. T. S. Moore
  203. Mr. J. S. Moore
  204. Mr. H. Morrison
  205. Mrs. Morrison
  206. Mr. Henri Mouqnin
  207. Miss Mulcahy
  208. Mr. M. Mullen
  209. Mr. Augustin Muriedas
  210. Mr. Fritz Muser
  211. Miss S. Neemes
  212. Miss Nesmith
  213. Rev. Dr. John F. Nichols
  214. Mrs. Nichols and Child
  215. Mr. B. O'Connor
  216. Miss T. O'Connor
  217. Mrs. R. E. Osborne
  218. Miss E. L. Osborne
  219. Mr. R. E. Osborne
  220. Miss Parsons
  221. Mrs. J. H.. Patten
  222. Mr. Charles Pearson
  223. Mr. R. Payne
  224. Rev. James Phelan
  225. Mr. W. S. Pitcairn
  226. Mr. C. T. Plunkett
  227. Mrs. Plunkett
  228. Mr. C. T. Plunkett, Jr.
  229. Miss Porter
  230. Mrs. H. W. Postlethwaite, Child, and Nurse
  231. Mr. R. E. Potter
  232. Mr. H. R. Pratt
  233. Mrs. Pratt and Maid
  234. Mr. Fred T. Proctor
  235. Mrs. Proctor
  236. Mr. W. P. Quin
  237. Mr. John M. Quin
  238. Mr. P. A. Ralli
  239. Mrs. J. L. Ray
  240. Mr. Lansing Ray
  241. Miss Jane Riggs
  242. Mr. A. R. Riggs
  243. Mrs. Rives
  244. Mrs. L. V. Rost
  245. Mrs. W. Ward Robbins and Maid
  246. Col. Howland Roberts
  247. Rev. Michael Ronan
  248. Mrs. H. Rosenfeld
  249. Mr. Edwin Ross
  250. Mrs. Arther Rotch and Maid
  251. Mr. Paul Ruef
  252. Mr. Howard P. Ruggles
  253. Mr. S. Sachs
  254. Mr. P. J. Sachs
  255. Mr. A. Sachs
  256. Mr. W. E. Sachs
  257. Mrs. S. Sachs
  258. Miss E. S. Sachs
  259. Miss H.. Sachs
  260. Mr. Domingo Salinas
  261. Mrs. F. W Savin
  262. Miss Savin
  263. Mr. F. W. Savin, Jr.
  264. Mr. Edward H. Schell
  265. Mrs. Schell
  266. Miss May H. Schell
  267. Mrs. G. L. Schell
  268. Mr. C. J. Scott
  269. Mr. C. L. Seager
  270. Dr. W. Shannon
  271. Mrs. Shannon, Child, and Nurse
  272. Miss K. Shay
  273. Mrs. K. H. Simon
  274. Miss Ethel Simon
  275. Miss Gladys Simon and Maid
  276. Mr. George Simpson
  277. Miss E. T. Stabler
  278. Dr. J. Stedman
  279. Mrs. Stedman
  280. Mr. Charles S. Stettauer
  281. Mrs. Stettauer
  282. Mr. C. Stettauer
  283. Mr. T. Morgan Stewart and Manservant
  284. Mr. Tom W. Swinnerton
  285. Mr. J. K. Taylor
  286. Mrs. Taylor
  287. Mrs. S. B. Taylor
  288. Mr. C. D. Thompson
  289. Miss E. Thornberry
  290. Mrs. H. E. Tisdale
  291. Miss Tisdale
  292. Mr. W. A. Toder
  293. Mr. A. P. Trude
  294. Mr. H. Tucker
  295. Mr. John Turner
  296. Mr. Alfred J. Ulman
  297. Mrs. Ulman
  298. Mr. S. H. Valentine
  299. Mrs. Valentine
  300. Mr. J. de Villalonga
  301. Mrs. M. E. Villalonga
  302. Mrs. E. T. Walker
  303. Miss K. A. Waters
  304. Miss E. A. Watson
  305. Mrs. Edgar T. Welles and Maid
  306. Miss Alice Welles
  307. Miss C. Wight
  308. Mr. J. H. Douglas Willan (John H. Douglas-Willan)
  309. Mr. A. Williamson
  310. Mr. Anthony Willie
  311. Mr. Stewart Wilson
  312. Miss R. G. Wilson
  313. Miss Jane S. Wilson
  314. Mr. John Winder (Note 11)
  315. Dr. A. Woodcock
  316. Mrs. Woodcock
  317. Mr. T. F. Woodlock (Thomas Francis Woodlock)
  318. Mr. William Wright
  319. Mr. J. Osborne Wright


Passenger List Notes

  1. Edwin Swift Balch (March 27, 1856 - 1927) Lawyer, Artist, Mountaineer
  2. Arthur Neville Chamberlain FRS (18 March 1869 – 9 November 1940) was a British Conservative politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from May 1937 to May 1940. Chamberlain is best known for his appeasement foreign policy, and in particular for his signing of the Munich Agreement in 1938, conceding the German-populated Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia to Germany. However when Adolf Hitler continued his aggression by invading Poland, Britain declared war on Germany on 3 September 1939, and Chamberlain led Britain through the first eight months of World War II
  3. George Fisher (1843 – 14 March 1905) was a four-time Mayor of Wellington, New Zealand from 1882 to 1885, and in 1896. He represented various Wellington electorates in Parliament for a total of 18 years. He was nicknamed 'Tarcoola George.'
  4. Francis "Frank" Marion Bates Fisher (22 December 1877 – 24 July 1960) was a New Zealand Member of Parliament from Wellington. He was known as Rainbow Fisher for his frequent changes of political allegiance. He was also an internationally successful tennis player.
  5. The Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, D.D. (June 3, 1822 – August 27, 1902), an American Episcopal priest, was born in Hartford, Connecticut. His father, The Rev. Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, LL.D., was the renowned pioneer of deaf education in the United States. His mother, Sophia Fowler Gallaudet, who was deaf, was the founding matron of the school that became Gallaudet University.
  6. Robert Maria Haas (August 15, 1886, Prague - October 4, 1960, Vienna) was an Austrian musicologist.
  7. Philip Lehman (November 9, 1861 – March 21, 1947) was an American investment banker. His father, Emanuel Lehman (1827–1907), co-founded investment bank Lehman Brothers. Philip became a partner in the family-owned firm in 1887 and was the firm's managing partner from 1901 to 1925.
  8. Robert Owen Lehman, Sr. (September 29, 1891 – August 9, 1969) was an American banker, head of Lehman Brothers for decades, a notable race-horse owner, and an important art collector and philanthropist.
  9. Mr. Freeman D. Marckwald was one of the passengers on board the ill-fated steamship Atlantic, which was lost at Marr's Head in early 1873. Marckwald asks for $5,000 damages, occasioned by the loss of his baggage, detention, and the consequent injury to his business.
  10. Frank James Marshall (August 10, 1877 – November 9, 1944) was the U.S. Chess Champion from 1909 to 1936 and one of the world's strongest chess players in the early part of the 20th century.
  11. John Rex Winder (December 11, 1821 – March 27, 1910) was a leader and general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He was Second Counselor in the Presiding Bishopric from 1887 to 1901 and First Counselor in the First Presidency to church president Joseph F. Smith from 1901 until his death. He was well known for his business abilities and influenced Heber J. Grant. He was also active in politics and the militia, participating in the Utah War and the Black Hawk War (Utah). When the church came under heavy government pressure for its practice of plural marriage, Wonder held the church's assets to keep them from being seized by the federal government. He was a polygamist, having four wives and twenty children.


Cunard Atlantic Ocean Track Chart, 1895.

Cunard Atlantic Ocean Track Chart, 1895. Included Outward and Homeward 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 for the RMS Campania Dated 12 October 1895. GGA Image ID # 15a67f6d42


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