RMS Scythia Passenger List 30 August 1888

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List for the RMS Scythia of the Cunard Line, Departing Thursday, 30 August 1888 from Liverpool to Boston.

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List for the RMS Scythia of the Cunard Line, Departing Thursday, 30 August 1888 from Liverpool to Boston, Commanded by Captain Roberts. Illustration by Waterlow & Sons, Limited, London Wall, London. Publishers: The Edwardes Menu Company Ltd. GGA Image ID # 15a238a4b6

Notable Passengers Included: James Allen, Judge Walbridge A. Field, James Barney Marsh, Alexander McMillan, John C. Porter, John Codman Ropes.

Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. F. P. Adams
  2. Mrs: Adams
  3. Mr. E. E. Allen
  4. Mr. James Allen (Note 1)
  5. Mr. W. S. Appleton
  6. Mr. O. H. Atochin
  7. Mrs. Atochin
  8. Mr. A. Beal
  9. Mr. Bliss
  10. Miss M. Brady
  11. Mr. W. J. Bridgman
  12. Mr. John Brown
  13. Mrs. James B. Brown
  14. Miss Alice F. Brown
  15. Miss Edith B. Brown
  16. Mr. F. S. Bryant
  17. Mrs. Bryant
  18. Mr. Burke
  19. Mr. H. Burton
  20. The Rev. Father Caddihy
  21. Mr. J. F. Callahan
  22. Mrs. Callahan
  23. Rev. Cleary
  24. Mr. L. W. Cook
  25. Dr. Davies
  26. Mrs. Dewey
  27. Capt. G. W. Donald
  28. Mrs. Dorr
  29. Mr. Ellerton Dorr
  30. Mr. Tileston Dorr
  31. Mr. G. L. Draper
  32. Mr. W. S. Edwards
  33. Mr. G. W. Egerton
  34. Judge Walbridge A. Field (Note 2)
  35. Rev. Fogarty
  36. Mr. B. B. Ford
  37. Miss Annie J. Gill
  38. Mrs. F. R. Going
  39. Miss D. G. Going
  40. Mr. James M. Gordon
  41. Mrs. Gordon
  42. Rev. J. T. Gulick
  43. Master W. Gulick
  44. Mr. H. C. Hayward
  45. Mr. R. Hodson, Jr.
  46. Mrs. Hodson
  47. Rev. Hughes
  48. Mrs. C. E. Humphrey
  49. Mr. Ernest Jacoby
  50. Miss Jones
  51. Mr. Donald Kennedy
  52. Miss Lamb
  53. Miss Leonard
  54. Mr. G. T. Mahoney
  55. Miss Ada Martin
  56. Mr. W. T. Martin
  57. Mr. J. B. Marsh (Note 3)
  58. Mrs. Marsh
  59. Mr. P. D. Mason
  60. Mrs. M. G. Mason
  61. Miss M. G. Mason
  62. Miss J. A. Mason
  63. Mr. Daniel F. McAuliffe
  64. Mr. Norman McLeod
  65. Mr. Alexander McMillan (Note 4)
  66. Miss Morgan
  67. Mr. J. N. Morse
  68. Miss Carrie E. Morse
  69. Miss E. F. Munroe
  70. Miss J. Murphy
  71. Mr. W. J. Niles
  72. Mr. A. S. Osborne
  73. Mr. James Pinder
  74. Mr. Francis Piper
  75. Mr. John C. Porter (Note 5)
  76. Mr. Quirk
  77. Mr. L. N. Roberts
  78. Mr. R. A. Robertson, and Friend
  79. Mr. John C. Ropes (Note 6)
  80. Rev. Scott
  81. Mr. G. F. Shepley
  82. Mr. John W. Smith
  83. Mrs. Smith
  84. Mr. Souther
  85. Mr. H. Souther
  86. Miss M. E. Stone
  87. Rev. Father M. J. Supple
  88. Mr. A. M. Thomas
  89. Mr. Percy W. Thomson
  90. Mr. J. L. Thomdike
  91. Mr. W. S. Townsend
  92. Mr. J. Walworth
  93. Miss Welch
  94. Miss Wilkins
  95. Mrs. W. Willoughby


Passenger Notes

Note 1: James Allen (28 November 1864 – 24 January 1912) was a British philosophical writer known for his inspirational books and poetry and as a pioneer of the self-help movement. His best known work, As a Man Thinketh, has been mass-produced since its publication in 1902. It has been a source of inspiration to motivational and self-help authors.

Note 2: Walbridge Abner Field was an American lawyer, jurist and politician who served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts, and as the Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Note 3: James Barney Marsh (1856–June 26, 1936) was an engineer and bridge designer born in North Lake, Wisconsin. He was a graduate of Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts in Ames. He is known for reinforced concrete arch bridges, which he holds a 1911 patent for, throughout the United States.

Note 4: Alexander Macmillan, (3 October 1818 – 26 January 1896), born in Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland. He was a cofounder, in 1843, with his brother Daniel of Macmillan Publishers. His family were crofters from the Isle of Arran.

Note 5: John Clinton Porter (April 4, c. 1871 – May 27, 1959) was a U.S. political figure. He served as the 33rd Mayor of Los Angeles between 1929 and 1933, and ran for re-election twice more but was defeated in 1933 by Frank L. Shaw and in 1941 by Fletcher Bowron. Porter was a senior member of the Ku Klux Klan (also known as the KKK) during its popular resurgence in the early 1920s

Note 6: John Codman Ropes (April 28, 1836 in St. Petersburg, Russia - October 28, 1899 in Boston, Massachusetts) was an American military historian and lawyer, and the co-founder of the law firm Ropes & Gray.



Leading British Hotels & Railway Announcements, 1888.

Leading British Hotels & Railway Announcements, 1888. Back Cover of a Saloon Class Passenger List from the RMS Scythia of the Cunard Line Dated 30 August 1888. GGA Image ID # 15a2565616


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