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SS Werra Passenger List - 14 December 1894

Front Cover, North German Lloyd SS Werra Cabin Class Passenger List - 14 December 1894.

Front Cover, Cabin Passenger List for the SS Werra of the North German Lloyd, Departing Friday, 14 December 1894 from Naples to New York via Gibraltar, Commanded by Captain G. Pohle. GGA Image ID # 13fc7aeebe


Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: G. Pohle
  2. Chief Officer: J. Jantzen
  3. Chief Engineer: D. Querfeldt
  4. Purser: Aug. Köhnsen
  5. Physician: Dr. C. J. Dürsch
  6. Chief Steward: C. Meyer


Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. J. P. Cambell & daughter
  2. Mrs. L. J. Sitgreaves
  3. Miss M. J. Sitgreaves
  4. Miss E. B. Richardson
  5. Mr. Eugene L. Joung
  6. J. M. Johnson
  7. Conte A. L. Rozwadowski and family Italian Consul in Chicago
  8. Mr. O. C. Stevens
  9. Mrs. O. C. Stevens
  10. Mr. W. H. Slocum
  11. Mrs. W. H. Slocum
  12. Mr. Mackintosh
  13. Miss Mackintosh
  14. Mr. Charles Hirzel
  15. Mr. F. Ruffu
  16. Mr. F. W. Chandler
  17. Miss Amalia Palastri
  18. Mr. & Mrs. John


LEUPDLD FRA TELL!. General Agents

  • Piazza S. Siro. 10 Genoa
  • VICO 1.0 PILIERO, Naples

Oelrichs & C.. General Agents 2, Bowling Green, New-York

John ONETTI & SONS, Gibraltar.





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