SS Caronia Passenger List - 29 July 1911

Front Cover, Cunard SS Caronia Second Cabin Passenger List - 29 July 1911.

Front Cover of a Second Cabin Passenger List from the SS Caronia of the Cunard Line, Departing Saturday, 29 July 1911 from New York to Liverpool via Queenstown, Commanded by Captain J. C. Barr. GGA Image ID # 11dc092c80

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: J. C. Barr
  • Surgeon: J. F. McDermott
  • Chief Steward: Thos, Dickinson
  • Purser: J. A. McCubbin
  • Assistant Purser: J. M. Ekins
  • Typist and Steno: Miss Hale


Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. s. H. Allcock
  2. Mr. s. ilammli Allen
  3. Mr. s. Mary Anderson
  4. Miss Mabel Anderson
  5. Mr. . Arnett
  6. Mr. s. Arnett
  7. Miss Frida Augustson
  8. Mr. . Michael Bailey
  9. Miss Annie Bailey
  10. Master Bailey
  11. Mr. . Henry Balfour
  12. Mr. s. E. C. Barron
  13. Miss P. Barron
  14. Miss Anna Bergstrom
  15. Mr. . W. S. Berry
  16. Mr. . Robt. Bill
  17. Mr. . Henry Blackwell
  18. Miss Nellie Bleecker
  19. Miss Emma Breese
  20. Mr. . Wm. Brown
  21. Mr. s. Rose Brown
  22. Mr. . John Burleigh
  23. Mr. . Frank Bush
  24. Mr. s. Bush
  25. Mr. . Geo. L. Campbell
  26. Mr. . Wm. G. Carruth
  27. Miss Blanche Cook
  28. Mr. . Ed. Cosgrove
  29. Mr. . Henry Cox
  30. Mr. s. Cox
  31. Mr. s. Elizb. Cross
  32. Miss Alise Cross
  33. Mr. . R. Festyn Daines
  34. Mr. . John F. Daly
  35. Miss Elizb. Daniel
  36. Mr. . Robt. Davies
  37. Mr. . R. F. Davies
  38. Mr. s. J. T. Davis
  39. Mr. . Fredk. K. Davis
  40. Mr. s. M. E. Doudy
  41. Mr. . A. M. Drummond
  42. Miss Martha Dyson
  43. Mr. . H. D. Eardley
  44. Mr. . Edwd. D. Edwards
  45. Mr. . Joseph Edwards
  46. Rev. J. G. Evans
  47. Mr. . Griffith E. Evans
  48. Miss Eleanor B. Evans
  49. Mr. s. K. Ewans
  50. Mr. s. Flo. Everett
  51. Mr. . Phillip Flanagan
  52. Miss Emma L. Forsythe
  53. Mr. . D. Foster
  54. Mr. . Henry Frain
  55. Miss Bessie Frain
  56. Mr. . Walter Francis
  57. Mr. . Thos. Gill
  58. Mr. . J. H. Good
  59. Mr. . Thos. J. Griffin
  60. Mr. . W. Griffiths
  61. Mr. . Wm. T. Gwyer
  62. Mr. s. Gwyer and infant
  63. Master Givelyn Gwyer
  64. Mr. . R. B. Hart
  65. Mr. . N. Hall
  66. Miss Gertrude Harris
  67. Miss Annie Haselup
  68. Mr. . Arthur Haycock
  69. Miss Marjorie Haycock
  70. Mr. . K. B. Herrick
  71. Mr. . J. Hilton
  72. Mr. . G. Hopkins
  73. Mr. . Andrew R. Horn
  74. Mr. s. Horn
  75. Mr. . H. C. Hore
  76. Mr. s. Anna Horr
  77. Mr. . H. Horsefield
  78. Mr. . C. B. Horton
  79. Mr. s. Horton
  80. Miss Frederica Horton
  81. Mr. s. H. Hoskinson
  82. Master Harold Hoskinson
  83. Mr. s. W. A. Howells
  84. Dr. J. O. Howells
  85. Mr. . K. Ishikawa
  86. Mr. . Thos. James
  87. Mr. . Thos. W. Jenkins
  88. Mr. s. Jenkins
  89. Mr. s. Emily A. Johnson
  90. Miss Dorothy Johnson
  91. Mr. . Jones
  92. Miss Marge Jones
  93. Miss Josephine Jones
  94. Mr. . J. Watkin Jones
  95. Mr. s. Jones
  96. Miss G. Jones
  97. Mr. . J. L. Kandel
  98. Mr. . Thos. Kavanagh
  99. Mr. . Lionel Kemp
  100. Mr. s. Kemp
  101. Mr. . Thos. Kenyon
  102. Mr. s. L. A. Kirk
  103. Miss Emma C. Kirk
  104. Mr. . Edwd. G. Lewis
  105. Mr. . Linahan
  106. Mr. s. Linahan
  107. Mr. . D. W. Lloyd
  108. Mr. . R. L. Lloyd
  109. Mr. . John Lockhart
  110. Mr. . Geo. R. Lockhart Jr.
  111. Mr. . Mahon
  112. Miss Cath. Mandel
  113. Mr. s. Mary A. Manson
  114. Miss Laura O. Manson
  115. Mr. s. L. S. Mare
  116. Mr. . Reginald T. Mayhew
  117. Mr. s. Mayhew
  118. Mr. . J. W. Meehan
  119. Mr. . W. J. Meredith
  120. Mr. . Edwd. Monahan
  121. Mr. . Thos. Moore
  122. Miss Mary Morris
  123. Dr. K. E. Morrison
  124. Mr. s. Morrison
  125. Mr. . John H. Morgan
  126. Mr. s. P. Mullock and infant
  127. Mr. . J. Murray
  128. Mr. s. Murray
  129. Prof. C. E. McAfee
  130. Mr. s. McAfee
  131. Mr. . B. H. McCauley
  132. Mr. . J. B McDonough
  133. Mr. . P. J. McDonough
  134. Mr. . McGeorge
  135. Mr. s. McGeorge and child
  136. Mr. . John IMcKenzie
  137. Mr. . Geo. Negus
  138. Mr. . G. Nishinaki
  139. Miss Martha Nordin
  140. Mr. . Matthew J. O’Davan
  141. Miss Eleanor Ogilvie
  142. Miss E. Ogilvie
  143. Mr. . Wm. O'Hara
  144. Mr. . Owen Owen
  145. Mr. s. Caroline Owen
  146. Mr. . Evan Owen
  147. Mr. . John Owens
  148. Mr. s. Owens
  149. Master John G. Owens
  150. Mr. . David W. Pernbridge
  151. Mr. . John Rees
  152. Mr. s. Rees
  153. Mr. . Morgan P. Rees
  154. Mr. . John T. Richards
  155. Miss Hannah Richards
  156. Mr. . John R. Roberts
  157. Mr. . Richard Roberts
  158. Mr. s. H. Rosen
  159. Miss Sarah Rosen
  160. Miss Jennie Rosen
  161. Mr. . C. Saerchinger
  162. Mr. . A. Sanderson
  163. Mr. s. H. Sauze
  164. Miss Edith Scott
  165. Dr. F. D. Shephard
  166. Mr. . J. Sidebottom
  167. Mr. s. G. H. Smith
  168. Mr. s. E. Smith
  169. Mr. s. AIice Smith
  170. Mr. . John Standall
  171. Mr. s. Standall
  172. Capt. Thos. Stanton
  173. Mr. . David Stevens
  174. Miss Alice Stevens
  175. Mr. . Jas. O’Dea Storen
  176. Mr. . Chas. Theobald
  177. Mr. s. Theobald
  178. Mr. . Walter Thomas
  179. Mr. . Jos. D. Thomas
  180. Mr. . C. W. Tiffen
  181. Mr. s. E. Tiffen
  182. Mr. s. Ellen Towers
  183. Mr. . Fredk. J. Tree
  184. Mr. . Donald J. Tree
  185. Mr. s. H. Tudor
  186. Mr. . Edwd. Vaughn
  187. Mr. . Phillip Warren
  188. Mr. s. Warren
  189. Mr. s. Anna E. Westron
  190. Mr. s. Elizb Whitehead
  191. Mr. . C. C. Wilkins
  192. Mr. . L. Williams
  193. Mr. s. Williams
  194. Mr. . A. E. Williams
  195. Mr. s. Williams
  196. Miss A. E. Williams
  197. Miss E. E Williams
  198. Mr. s. Luther J. Williams
  199. Mr. . John Wilson
  200. Mr. s. T. Wolfe-Brown
  201. Miss Olive Wolfe-Brown
  202. Mr. . J. Wolstenholme
  203. Mr. . F. J. Wratislaw
  204. Mr. s. Wratislaw
  205. Rev. Jerome Zazzard

Additional Passengers

  1. Mr. . R. F. Aitken
  2. Miss H. Bailey
  3. Miss F. Boyles
  4. Miss F. Harrison
  5. Mr. . F. J. Mackin
  6. Mr. . C. T Nichols
  7. Mr. s. Quick
  8. Miss Quick
  9. Mr. s. E. E. Risien
  10. Mr. . H. Milford
  11. Mr. . J. Moore
  12. Mr. s. Geo. E Wittig
  13. Miss L. Wittig
  14. Miss E. E. Jones

Not on Board

  1. Miss Annie Bailey
  2. Mr.  Geo L Campbell
  3. Mr.  R. Festyn Daines
  4. Mr.  John F Daly
  5. Miss Frederica Horton
  6. Mrs. P. Mullock and infant
  7. Mr.  J. B. McDonough
  8. Mr.  P. J. McDonough
  9. Mr.  M. J. O’Davan


  • Mr.  R. L Lloyd should read Mr.  H. K. Lloyd

Landing at Queenstown

  1. Mr.  Michael Bailey
  2. Miss H. Bailey
  3. Master Hailey
  4. Mr.  Henry Balfour
  5. Miss Nellie Bleecker
  6. Mr.  Wm. Brown
  7. Mr.  Ed Cosgrove
  8. Mr.  P. Flanagan
  9. Mr.  Henry Frain
  10. Miss Bessie Frain
  11. Mr.  Thos J Griffin
  12. Mr.  Thos Kavanagh
  13. Mr.  &  Mrs. Linahan
  14. Mr.  J. Lockhart
  15. Mr.  G. Lockhart, Jr.
  16. Miss C. Mandel
  17. Mr.  J. W. Meehan
  18. Mr.  E. Monahan
  19. Mr. T. Moore
  20. Miss M. Morris
  21. Mr.  Wm O’Hara
  22. Mr.  J. O’Dea Stören
  23. Mr.  J. Moore
  24. Rev. J. Zazzard

Landing at Fishguard

  1. Mr. H. Blackwell
  2. Miss E. Breese
  3. Miss F. Boyles
  4. Miss B. Cook
  5. Mrs.  E. Cross
  6. Miss E. Daniel
  7. Mr. R. Davies
  8. Mr. R. F. Davies
  9. Mrs.  J. T. Davis
  10. Miss M. Dyson
  11. Mr. E. D. Edwards
  12. Mr. J. Edwards
  13. Rev. J. G. Evans
  14. Mr. G. E. Evans
  15. Mrs.  R. Ewans
  16. Mrs.  F. Everett
  17. Mr. W. Francis
  18. Mr. T. Gill
  19. Mr. & Mrs.  Gwyer and infant
  20. Master G. Gwyer
  21. Miss G. Harris
  22. Mr. A. Haycock
  23. Miss M. Haycock
  24. Mr. & Mrs.  C. Horton
  25. Mrs.  W. A .Howells
  26. Dr. J. O. Howells
  27. Mrs.  F. Harrison
  28. Mr. Thos. James
  29. Mr. & Mrs.  T. Jenkins
  30. Miss M. Jones
  31. Miss J. Jones
  32. Miss E. E. Jones
  33. Mr. E. Lewis
  34. Mr. D. W. Lloyd
  35. Mr. Mahon
  36. Mrs.  L. S. Mare
  37. Mr. J. .B Morgan
  38. Prof. C. McAfee
  39. Mrs.  McAfee
  40. Mr. Geo. Negus
  41. Miss E. Ogilvie
  42. Mr. Owen Owen
  43. Mrs.  C. Owen
  44. Mr. E. Owen
  45. Mr. J. Owens
  46. Mrs.  Owens
  47. Master J. Owens
  48. Mr. David Pernbridge
  49. Mr. & Mrs.  J. Rees
  50. Mr. M. P. Rees
  51. Miss H. Richards
  52. Mr. J. Roberts
  53. Miss E. Scott
  54. Capt. T. Stanton
  55. Mr. D. Stevens
  56. Miss A. Stevens
  57. Mr. W. Thomas
  58. Mr. J. D. Thomas
  59. Mr. H. Milford
  60. Mr. & Mrs.  Tiffen
  61. Mrs.  E. Towers
  62. Mr. F. J. Tree
  63. Mr. D. J. Tree
  64. Mrs.  H. Tudor
  65. Mr. Ed. Vaughan
  66. Mr. & Mrs.  P. Warren
  67. Mrs.  E. Whitehead
  68. Mr. C. Wilkins
  69. Mr. L. Williams
  70. Mrs.  Williams
  71. Mrs.  L. J. Williams
  72. Mrs.  T. Wolfe-Brown
  73. Miss O. Wolfe-Brown
  74. Mrs.  G. E. Wittig
  75. Miss L. Wittig
  76. Miss Eleanor Ogilvie 

Total = 212


Information for Passengers

MEALS will be served in the Saloon at the following times:

  • Breakfast at 8:00 am.
  • Dinner 12:30 pm
  • Tea 5:30 pm
  • Supper 8:30 pm

The Bar and Smoke Room will be closed at 11:00 pm.

Seats at Table. The Second Cabin Steward has the arrangement of the seats at the table.

Letters and Telegrams. Passengers desiring to have these forwarded by the pilot from Sandy Hook must hand same (fully prepaid) to the Purser within one hour after leaving the pier.

Divine Service on Sunday at 10:30 am

Baggage. All enquiries regarding Baggage should be addressed to the Purser.

Steamer Chairs may be hired from the Deck Steward at a cost of $1.00 for the voyage.

Valuables. The Company is not responsible for theft if valuables or money are kept In the Staterooms The same should be placed In charge of the Purser for deposit In his safe, and a receipt will be given on the Company's form.

As no charge is made for carriage the Company cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage, however arising, but passengers can protect themselves by Insurance.

Passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form for any additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board.

Exchange of Money. The Purser is authorized to exchange money at the following rates. He will give English money for U. S. currency at £1 sterling for $4.95, and American money for English at $4.80 to the pound sterling.

The Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges, subject to the approval of the Commander, for treating any passengers al their request for any illness not originating on board the ship. In the case of sickness contracted on board no charge will be made and medicine will be provided free.

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.

Fishguard—Passengers' Mail. On arrival at Fishguard, passengers should enquire at the Purser's Bureau for any letters or telegrams addressed to them. A desk is also provided on the Customs Examining Platform at Fishguard, where later telegrams or messages for passengers can be obtained.

Liverpool—Passengers Mail. Passengers landing at Liverpool should enquire at the Purser's Bureau, on arrival, for letters or telegrams.

Arrivals at Liverpool. Time or Landing Passengers.  When any of the Company’s steamers arrive alongside the Liverpool Landing Stage after 8:00 pm, it is optional for the passengers to go on shore that night. In the event, however, of their remaining on board, they will be landed after breakfast the following morning, either at the stage or in dock as circumstances may make desirable.

When the vessel reaches the river but does not come alongside the stage, to prevent inconvenience and to meet emergencies, any passengers desirous of disembarking will, on arrival of the steamer, be landed, with hand baggage only, by tender, provided that the Purser is advised before leaving Fishguard of the passenger's wish to do so.

Notice will be placed In the Companion-way on arrival at Fishguard advising passengers of anticipated arrival at Liverpool, and arrangements for landing.

Special Trains will be dispatched by the L. & N. W. Railway from the Riverside Station, Liverpool, to Euston Station, London, on the arrival of the Steamers. Likewise special trains are run from Euston Station, London, to Riverside Station, Liverpool, in connection with their departure. All the other Railway Stations In Liverpool are within a few minutes' drive of the Prince’s Stage.

Passengers' Correspondence. Mail matter for passengers may be addressed to the care of any of the Company's Head Offices, viz, Liverpool, London, Paris, Berlin, Munich, Vienna, etc.

Customs. Tobacco, cigars, etc., wines, spirits and perfumery are liable to duty on being brought Into the United Kingdom, and the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs authorities when required. Reprints of copyright books and music will be confiscated.

Automobiles. The Purser can give full information to passengers who wish to hire automobiles for touring purposes, and. on receipt of instructions, will send Marconigram to Head Office ordering same.

Berlin Office. The Company is now represented in Berlin by the Cunard Line Reise Bureau. 57 Unter den Linden, where passengers will be accorded every attention.

Agency at Rome. Full information regarding passage via Cunard Line services may be obtained from Messrs. Ad. Roesler, Franz & Figll. Via Condotti. 20. Rome.

Through Booking to Egypt, India, China, Japan, Philippines, Australasia, etc., etc., can be arranged by taking Cunard steamer to England or the Mediterranean, connecting with steamers of the Peninsular & Oriental Line. Particulars and rates on application to Chief Offices.

Landing at New York.  In case a Steamer arrives at the New York Wharf after 8:00 pm, passengers wishing lo land may do so and have their baggage passed by the Customs authorities immediately.

Those who prefer to remain on board will have their baggage passed the following morning after 7 o'clock. Breakfast will be served to those who remain on board overnight.

Travelers’ International Cheques. For the convenience of its Patrons the Cunard Company now issues CHEQUES of $10.00,  $20.00, $50.00 and $100.00, with Foreign money equivalents, at which they will be cashed by its Agents and Correspondents throughout the world, distinctly printed thereon; thus, providing not only the safest and most economical means of taking funds abroad, with an absolute certainty as to value, but also a simple AND EFFECTIVE MEANS OF IDENTIFICATION IN CASE OF NEED.

Full Information regarding these Cheques will be given on application to any or the Company's principal Agencies.

This Steamer is Fitted with Wireless Telegraphic and Sub-marine Signaling Apparatus.


UNITED STATES. The minimum Marconi Rate, via Sea Gate, Sagaponack or South Wellfleet (Cape Cod), or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations is $2.00 (8s. 4d.) for ten words. Each extra word 12 cents (6d.); text only counted; address and signature free; land charges additional : all charges must be prepaid.

The minimum rate via Siasconsett or Cape Race, or through the medium of a passing steamer and these stations Is $3.00 (12s. 6d.) for ten words. Each extra word 18 cents (9d.); text only counted; address and signature free; land charges additional; all charges must be prepaid.

The minimum Marconi Rate via Sable Island, or through the medium of a passing steamer and this station is $4.00 (16s. 8d.) for ten words. Each extra word 24 cents (1s.); text only counted address and signature free; land charges additional: all charges must be prepaid.

UNITED KINGDOM. The minimum Marconi Rate, via Crookhaven, or other stations In the United Kingdom, or through the medium of a passing steamer, is 20 cents (10d) per word; every word In address, text, and signature counted; land charges additional : all charges must be prepaid.

SHIP TO SHIP. Minimum Rale 16 cents (8d.) per word; every word in address, text and signature counted, and all charges must be prepaid.

This Steamer carries an orchestra of highly-trained musicians, which will play at the undermentioned times and places:

  • 10:00 am to 11:00 am Second Cabin Dining Saloon
  • 1:00 pm to 2:10 pm  First Cabin Dining Saloon
  • 3:30 pm to 4:00 pm   Second Cabin Dining Saloon
  • 7:10 pm to 8:45 pm   First Cabin [Dining Saloon
  • 9.00 pm to10.00 pm   First Cabin Drawing Room

This arrangement may be altered as circumstances necessitate.

Map of Cunard Line Express Route.

Map of Cunard Line Express Route. GGA Image ID # 11dc4a3a33

The Most Expeditious Route FROM NEW YORK TO London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna & Europe Generally IS VIA FISHGUARD.

The attention of passengers is specially directed to the facilities provided by the Cunard Line to enable its patrons to reach London, Paris, Berlin and Vienna, in the shortest possible time, by travelling via Fishguard on the South Wales Coast. This route is now recognized as the most expeditious for all travelers crossing the Atlantic from the United States to any European points.

The “ Lusitania " and ' Mauretania " leave the New York Pier at 9:00 am and proceed direct to Fishguard, without calling at Queenstown. All other New York Steamers sail at 10:00 am. for Queenstown. Fishguard and Liverpool. Boston steamers call at Queenstown and during May. June and July at Fishguard also Eastbound.

The Great Western Railway provides special trains from Fishguard to London (Paddington) and, when sufficient inducement offers, to Dover (for the Continent).

The railway journey between Fishguard and London occupies about 4 3/4 hours, and between Fishguard and Dover 6 3/4 hours.

FISHGUARD is the nearest British Port to New York and Boston, and this route therefore is the most direct to London.


Arrangements will be made to RING A BELL FIVE MINUTES BEFORE the Tender is ready to receive passengers. The passengers will, therefore, find it more comfortable and convenient not to wait about in the companion-ways and entrances.

Special Trains Liverpool to London.

The London and Northwestern Railway dispatches Special Trains from the Riverside Station, which adjoins the Liverpool landing Stage, to Euston Station, London, for the convenience of passengers desiring to proceed direct to London. It will be noticed that whether passengers land at Fishguard or Liverpool they may proceed immediately by Special Express Trains direct to London from the Piers.


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