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SS City of Chester Passenger List - 18 October 1881

Front Cover of a Saloon Class Passenger List from the SS City of Chester of the Inman Line, Departing 18 October 1881 from Liverpool to New York.

Front Cover of a Saloon Class Passenger List from the SS City of Chester of the Inman Line, Departing 18 October 1881 from Liverpool to New York, Commanded by Captain Frederick Watkins. GGA Image ID # 15b4bc2175

 

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: Frederick Watkins
  • Purser: George Collar
  • Surgeon: Thos. T. Reynolds
  • Stewardess: Mrs. McDonald
  • Stewardess: Miss Lawry

 

Saloon Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Thomas Ainsworth
  2. Mrs. Ainsworth
  3. Rev. W. S. Alexander
  4. Miss E. H. Alexander
  5. Mr. Henry Armstrong
  6. Mr. W. H. Bennett
  7. Mrs. Bennett
  8. Mr. Charles Bennett
  9. Miss Bramwell
  10. Miss G. Boston
  11. Mr. T. Horace Brown
  12. Mr. G. P. Brown
  13. Mr. John T. Brown
  14. Mr. George Baldwin
  15. Mrs. Baldwin and Infant
  16. Mr. John L. Birley
  17. Miss Barker
  18. M'de. A. C. Werthehn Bicker
  19. Lady Emma J. Bicker
  20. Mr. Jabez Burns
  21. Mrs. Burns
  22. Mrs. Creighton and Three Children
  23. Mr. W. H. Carpenter
  24. Capt John Cussons
  25. Mrs. Carling
  26. Mr. A. Delmar
  27. Mr. George R. Eykyn
  28. Mrs. Eykyn
  29. Mr. R. F. Faesler
  30. Mr. W. H. Forgusson
  31. Mr. R. A. Fergusson
  32. Mrs. Edward Goss
  33. Mrs. Gaillard
  34. Miss Gaillard
  35. Mr. R. H. Gooding
  36. Mr. Damodes Gordhundass
  37. Miss U. E. Gill
  38. Mrs. A. Hargreaves
  39. Mrs. Hills
  40. Mr. G. W. Hebard
  41. Mrs. Hebard
  42. Miss Hoher
  43. Mr. D. H. Hogg
  44. Mrs. Jukson
  45. Master Jukson
  46. Mr. C. N. D. Jones
  47. Mr. H. Koch
  48. Miss M. E. Larremore
  49. Mr. T. Langford
  50. Mr. Wm. Lomley
  51. Mr. Samuel Laughlin
  52. Mrs. R. E. Myers
  53. Miss E. A. Myers
  54. Mr. L. de Mérie
  55. Mr. A. L. Mills
  56. Mr. Victor Mapleson
  57. Mrs. L. C. Moulton
  58. Mrs. E. Mills
  59. Miss K. E. Mills
  60. Mrs. Mary Mcllvaine
  61. Miss Mary Mcllvaine
  62. Miss Mary McCauley and Maid
  63. Mr. J. G. McKindley
  64. Master Samuel McKindley
  65. Miss H. M. McKindley
  66. Mrs. W. H. Neilson
  67. Miss Neilson
  68. Miss G. Pitts
  69. Mr. J. E. Parsons
  70. Mrs. Parsons
  71. Miss Mary Parsons
  72. Miss Edith Parsons
  73. Miss Helen Parsons
  74. Master Herbert Parsons
  75. Miss Gertrude Parsons
  76. Miss Constance Parsons
  77. Mr. G. W. Phillipps
  78. Mrs. Phillipps Two Children and Servant
  79. General P. D. Roddey
  80. Mr. George Roddey
  81. Miss Pink Roddey
  82. Dr. Roberts
  83. Sir E. J. Reed, K.C.B.,M.P.
  84. Mr. E. T. Reed
  85. Miss Reed
  86. Miss F. Reed
  87. Cmdr. Schoemaker, U.S.N.
  88. Miss E. Spaulding
  89. Mr. Sanderson
  90. Mr. Jacob Stout
  91. Mrs. W. Scott
  92. Mr. C. A. Sloan
  93. Mrs. A. Stone
  94. Mrs. J. B. Tascott
  95. Mr. Joseph Tegg
  96. Mr. J. B. Virolet
  97. Mr. Hassumbhoy Vistam
  98. Miss M. Woods
  99. Miss Mary Willard
  100. Miss Jennie Willard
  101. Mr. C. D. Willard
  102. Mr. M. Walthew
  103. Mr. W. R. Webb
  104. Mr. Jas. M. Whaling
  105. Mrs Whaling
  106. Mr. T. C. Waring
  107. Mr, J. P. Waring
  108. Dr. J. Wertheim

 

Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean for the Inman Line. SS City of Chester Passenger List, 18 October 1881.

Track Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean for the Inman Line and Memorandum of Log (Unused). SS City of Chester Passenger List, 18 October 1881. GGA Image ID # 15b4c098ae

 

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