SS Pretoria Passenger List - 28 July 1901

Front Cover of a First and Second Cabin Passenger List for the SS Pretoria of the Hamburg America Line, Departing 28 July 1901 from Hamburg to New York via Plymouth and Boulogne-sur-Mer

Front Cover of a First and Second Cabin Passenger List for the SS Pretoria of the Hamburg America Line, Departing 28 July 1901 from Hamburg to New York via Plymouth and Boulogne-sur-Mer, Commanded by Captain Karlowa. GGA Image ID # 1782453ea9


Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain Karlowa
  2. First Officer: P. Ciossek
  3. Second Officer: G. Meisner
  4. Second Officer: M. Daberkow
  5. Third Officer: M. Zimmermann
  6. Fourth Officer: R. Hauschildt
  7. First Physician Dr. Franzen
  8. Second Physician Dr. Ohlmer
  9. First Engineer: Th. Heinsen
  10. Second Engineer: O. Frank
  11. Third Engineer: E. Kruse
  12. Fourth Engineer: W. Heyer
  13. Fourth Engineer: H. Delwater
  14. Fourth Engineer: W. Rothe
  15. Purser C. Niens
  16. Assistant Purser Bredenkamp
  17. First Chief Steward: Krüger
  18. Second Chief Steward: Mahlstedt
  19. Chief Steward Assist.: Struck


First Cabin Passengers

  1. Prof. Edw. Althaus
  2. Mr. A. Abbott
  3. Mrs. Carl Alves
  4. Mr. Waldemar Alves
  5. Miss Elsie Alves
  6. Mr. W. L. Brygan
  7. Mrs. W. L. Brygan
  8. Mr. E. Bardeleben
  9. Mr. Feodor Boas
  10. Miss Else Boas
  11. Mr. Theodor Bunte
  12. Mrs. M. Boyd
  13. Miss Grace Beuster
  14. Mr. F. W. Benz
  15. Miss Lydia M. Benz
  16. Mr. Walter Benz
  17. Mr. John Bopp
  18. Mrs. John Bopp
  19. Miss Linnie Bopp
  20. Miss Ottilie Bopp
  21. Mr. E. Berndt
  22. Mrs. E. Berndt
  23. Miss Laura J. Beach
  24. Mr. C. Brunner
  25. Mrs. C. Brunner
  26. Miss Fanny Brunner
  27. Mr. J. W. Beardslee
  28. Mrs. J. W. Beardslee
  29. Miss M. Bensel
  30. Mr. Frank M. Bingham
  31. Mr. James Bremer
  32. Mrs. Frank Bliss Coleman
  33. Miss Braley Coleman
  34. Miss Johanna Cronemeyer
  35. Miss M. Clark
  36. Mrs. J. B. Cowen
  37. Mr. G, C. Daball
  38. Mr. J. R. Dats
  39. Mr. B. Dats
  40. Mr. W. G. Evans
  41. Mrs. A. Friedlander
  42. Miss Frieda Friedlander
  43. Mr. Geo H. Fullenkamp
  44. Mrs. Geo H. Fullenkamp
  45. Mrs. Paul Goldschmidt
  46. Dr. A. B. Gray
  47. Mrs. L. E. Holden
  48. Mrs. C. Hess
  49. Miss D. Hess
  50. Mr. S. Hess
  51. Mr. J. H. Hess
  52. Mr. Carl Huncke
  53. Mr. Rudolph Hesse
  54. Miss Louise F. Heinritz
  55. Mr. Adolph Hironimus
  56. Mr. G. D. Hadzsits
  57. Mr. W. D. Hadzsits
  58. Mr. E. F. Hermanns
  59. Mr. W. W. Johnston
  60. Mrs. W. W. Johnston
  61. Mr. Theodore A. Kosters
  62. Mrs. Theodore A. Kosters
  63. Mr. Moritz Keil
  64. Mrs. Mary E. King
  65. Mrs. Bertha Kühne
  66. Mr. Chr. Krehbiel
  67. Mrs. Dorothea Kleiner
  68. Mr. Paul Lungstras
  69. Mrs. A. Lightbody
  70. Mr. J. E. Leonard
  71. Mr. James McLester Van Hoose
  72. Mr. Max Meyer
  73. Mr. H. Morell
  74. Mrs. J. C. Marston
  75. Mr. F. M. Mack
  76. Mrs. F. M. Mack
  77. Mr. James McCall
  78. Mrs. James McCall
  79. Mr. Gustav Myers
  80. Mrs. Gustav Myers
  81. Dr. Fred C. Meyer
  82. Mr. Clarence Mallen
  83. Miss Alice Neil
  84. Miss Fay Neil
  85. Mr. B. J.. Nockin
  86. Mr. C. Neef
  87. Mrs. John Nuffer
  88. Mr. J. Austin O'Donnell
  89. Mr. S. Ossoski
  90. Miss Bertha Oberbeck
  91. Prof. Geo. D. Olds
  92. Mrs. Geo. D. Olds
  93. Mr. Leland Olds
  94. Mr. George Olds
  95. Miss Clara Olds
  96. Prof. J. R. Van Pelt
  97. Mrs. J. R. Van Pelt
  98. Mr. Van Pelt
  99. Mrs. Van Pelt
  100. Mr. C. E. Pryor
  101. Mrs. C. E. Pryor
  102. Mr. Jacob F. Paulsen
  103. Mrs. Jacob F. Paulsen
  104. Rev. E. P. Parker
  105. Mrs. E. P. Parker
  106. Mrs. A. E. Ransom
  107. Mr. B. P. Ransom
  108. Miss Frances Reubelt
  109. Mr. S. Rowe
  110. Miss Olga Schlüsser
  111. Mr. Jacob Schloss
  112. Mrs. Jacob Schloss
  113. Mrs. H. L. Stern
  114. Mrs. Elise Schmutzer
  115. Mr. G. A. Simmons
  116. Dr. Roland E Skeel
  117. Mrs. Roland E. Skeel
  118. Miss E. Sked
  119. Miss Jeanette Spencer
  120. Mr. Fritz Schumacher
  121. Mr. Will. J. Schorrkopf
  122. Mr. Wolf Saalfeld
  123. Miss Else Saalfeld
  124. Miss Johanna Saalfeld
  125. Mr. Albert Salzenstein
  126. Miss Flossie Steinhart
  127. Miss Carry Steinhart
  128. Mrs. Sachsleben
  129. Mr. Oscar Schein
  130. Mr. Jos. F. Scheehau
  131. Mrs. Jos. F. Schechau
  132. Dr. Gaston Thevenots
  133. Mrs. Gaston Thevenots
  134. Mr. O. W. Uhlig
  135. Mrs. O. W. Uhlig
  136. Mr. Carl Voelcker
  137. Mrs. Carl Voelcker
  138. Miss Grethchen Voelcker
  139. Mr. Edward Wessels
  140. Mr. Arthur Wäntig
  141. Mr. Carl Willenborg
  142. Mrs. Carl Willenborg
  143. Miss E. Willenborg
  144. Mr. W. Willenborg
  145. Mr. C. J. Willenborg

To Plymouth

  1. Mr. J. Rabeler
  2. Mrs. J. Rabeler
  3. Mr. Alexander Gowan
  4. Mrs. Alexander Gowan

To Boulogne:

  1. Mr. Generalconsul von Oertzen
  2. Mr. Philipp Kropp
  3. Dr. Neftel
  4. Mrs. Neftel
  5. Second Cabin
  6. Mr. Nicolai Braude
  7. Mrs. Nicolai Braude
  8. Mr. Rud. Hauck


Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. Lina Appel
  2. Mr. Jacob Appel
  3. Miss Lina. Bartz
  4. Mrs. Lucie Boysen
  5. Mrs. Pauline Boysen
  6. Mr. Robert Boysen
  7. Mr. William Brennle
  8. Mr. Chas Burchard
  9. Mrs. Chas Burchard
  10. Mr. Fried. Bruhn
  11. Mrs. Fried. Bruhn
  12. Mr. Bruhn
  13. Mr. A. Bustanger
  14. Mrs. A. Bustanger
  15. Miss Minna Benthin
  16. Mr. Sigm. Cohn
  17. Mrs. M. Deckwerth
  18. Miss M. Deckwerth
  19. Mr. Fred Daehne
  20. Mrs. Fred Daehne
  21. Mrs. Magdalena Dostal
  22. Miss Mary Dostal
  23. Miss O. Dostal
  24. Mr. Hugo Dostal
  25. Miss Helena Domkowska
  26. Mr. F. Dewenter
  27. Mrs. F. Dewenter
  28. Miss Marie Eimers
  29. Miss Marie Ecker
  30. Mr. Hugo Westphal
  31. Mrs. Hugo Westphal
  32. Miss Sara Wolf
  33. Mrs. Edward Wessels
  34. Miss Ruth Wessels
  35. Mr. Chas. Wessels
  36. Mrs. G. Frasch
  37. Dr. A. Frank
  38. Miss Margarete Golde
  39. Mr. Heinr. Gravert Mrs
  40. Heinr. Gravert
  41. Rev. A. G. Hermann
  42. Mr. John Hardekopf
  43. Miss Johann e Hardekopf
  44. Mrs. Marie Hansen
  45. Miss Julia Hansen
  46. Mr. Karen Hansen
  47. Mr. Albert Haeussler
  48. Mr. Fred Kolwing
  49. Mrs. Clara Koch
  50. Mr. Paul Kullberg
  51. Mr. Joseph Koeck
  52. Mrs. Joseph Koeck
  53. Mrs. Ed. Kirchner
  54. Miss Elsa Kirchner
  55. Mr. S. Kaufmann
  56. Mr. H. Kaul
  57. Mrs. H. Kaul
  58. Mr. M. Katzenellenbogen
  59. Mr. Charles Köhler
  60. Mrs. Anna Kröger
  61. Miss Anna Kröger
  62. Miss Louisa Kröger
  63. Miss Elsa Kroger
  64. Mr. Adolf Kroger
  65. Miss E. Lehner
  66. Miss Cecilie Lorenzen
  67. Mr. Henry Liese
  68. Mrs. Henry Liese
  69. Mrs. E. Liese
  70. Mr. Albert Liese
  71. Mrs. Alvina Lohse
  72. Mr. Willie Lohse
  73. Mr. Herbert Lohse
  74. Miss Hedwig Leicht
  75. Mr. F. B. Mumford
  76. Mrs. F. B. Mumford
  77. Miss Marguerit Mumford
  78. Miss Dorothea Mumford
  79. Miss Catherine Mumford
  80. Mr. Gustav H. Marquardt
  81. Mrs. Gustav H. Marquardt
  82. Miss Anna Mariaskin
  83. Mrs. Louise Marschall
  84. Miss Elisa Mumm
  85. Mrs. Minna Meitz
  86. Mr. Paul Mattern
  87. Mrs. Magdalena Martens
  88. Mr. Oscher Muller
  89. Mr. Louis Ortmann
  90. Miss Catharina Pieper
  91. Mr. Simon Pfeiffer
  92. Frau' Simon Pfeiffer
  93. Miss Dora Rehren
  94. Mr. Wm. Reinhardt
  95. Mrs. Wm. Reinhardt
  96. Miss E. Reinhardt
  97. Mrs. Helene Richelsen
  98. Miss Anna Regel
  99. Mr. Paul Reusch
  100. Miss Auguste Rickert
  101. Mr. John W. Rehauser
  102. Mr. Ilja Romm
  103. Mr. Johann Rieder
  104. Mrs. Johann Rieder
  105. Miss M. Schmüser
  106. Mr. S. Schönfeld
  107. Mr. Carl Stoltow
  108. Mrs. Maria Schulz
  109. Mr. Carl Schulz
  110. Miss Dora Schmidt
  111. Miss Mary Schmidt
  112. Mrs. Albert Schneider
  113. Mr. J. W. Senne
  114. Mrs. J. W. Senne
  115. Mr. Samuel Stittner
  116. Mr. Aug. Triebel
  117. Mrs. Aug. Triebel
  118. Mr. Walter Triebel
  119. Mr. G. B. Thomson
  120. Mr. F. F. Volkens
  121. Mr. Peter Wahl
  122. Mr. Edwin Wunderlich
  123. Miss Josefine Weiss
  124. Mr. Marcell Weiss
  125. Mr. Rich. Wagner
  126. Mr. William Wilton


Information for Passengers

MEALS. Breakfast is served at 8:00 am, Lunch at 12:30 pm, Dinner at 6:30 and tea at 9:00 pm A Bell will be run 15 minutes before each meal, and a second signal will be given at the beginning of the meal.

Promenade Deck. Steamer Chairs belonging to the Ocean Comfort Company can be rented for use on the voyage, at a charge of one dollar, upon application to the Deck Steward.

Stewards. The stewards have strict instructions to attend to the wants of passengers in a prompt and courteous manner. Passengers are requested to bring any inattention to the notice of the Chief Steward, and if the complaint made is not promptly investigated, to report it to the captain.

Baggage. As only small pieces of baggage can he taken into the cabins all large pieces will be stored in the hold. In good weather access may be had to the hold and passengers desirous of getting at their large baggage should apply to their Room steward.

Hot or Cold Baths. A number of comfortable bathrooms are provided aboard. The Bathroom Steward or Stewardess will attend to the bath upon the passenger's request. No charge is made for baths. The water used is sea-water.

Smoking Saloon. Smoking is allowed only on deck and in the Smoking Room; It is positively prohibited in the cabins and below deck.

Lights in the Smooking Room are extinguished at midnight.

Valuables. The Company is not responsible for theft if valuables are kept in the staterooms, a safe is provided in the office of the Purser, to whom money, jewelry, etc-, may be handed for safe-keeping, but without guaranty of the Company.

Surgeon and Apothecary. An experienced Physician is attached to every steamer For medical attendance in cases of sickness contracted on board no charge is made; medicines also are provided free of charge.

The Barber is entitled to charge for his services according to the tariff fixed by the Company.

Library. The books in the library, which may be obtained upon application to the Library Steward, are at the disposal of passengers, free of charge. A catalogue of the German, English and French books In the ship's library can be had from the Library Steward.

Writing Paper, Envelopes and Telegraph Forms will be supplied by the Saloon Steward.

Foreign Money. The Purser is prepared to exchange foreign money.


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