RMS Oceanic Passenger List - 16 April 1902

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List from the RMS Oceanic of the White Star Line, Departing 16 April 1902 from Liverpool to New York.

Front Cover of a Saloon Passenger List from the RMS Oceanic of the White Star Line, Departing 16 April 1902 from Liverpool to New York, Commanded by Captain J. G. Cameron, R.N.R. GGA Image ID # 1f1c60a233

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Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain J. G. Cameron, R.N.R.
  • Surgeon: W. F. N. O'Loughlin
  • Purser: T. H. Russell
  • Assistant Purser: A. B. Appleyard
  • Chief Steward: J. Bartholomew

 

Saloon Passengers

  1. Mr. W. L. Abbot
  2. Mr. John Adams
  3. Mr. W. J. Aitchison
  4. Mr. G. I.. Albrecht
  5. Mrs. Albrecht Viscount d'Alte, Portuguese Minister at Washington
  6. Mr. Atherton
  7. Miss Atherton
  8. Miss Attenborough
  9. Mr. R. M. Ballantyne
  10. Mr. W. Barry
  11. Miss Marguerite. M. Beach
  12. Mr. T. C. Bewsher
  13. Mr. Herbert K. Bibby and Valet
  14. Mr. Fred de Billier
  15. Mr. J. Billycald
  16. Mr. S. Block
  17. Mr. Floyd Reading Du Bois
  18. Miss Mildred Du Bois
  19. Mr. Cornelius Du Bois
  20. Mr. William Bow
  21. Mrs. Bow
  22. Mr. G. H. Bowman
  23. Mrs. Adeline R. Brown
  24. Mr. J. M. Browning
  25. Mr. Britson N. Busch
  26. Mrs. Busch
  27. Mr. Jules Cahen
  28. Mr. J. S. Cameron
  29. Miss Sarah P. Cameron
  30. Mr. Jas. Campbell
  31. Mr. M. L. Carpenter
  32. Mrs. Carpenter
  33. Master Joe Carpenter
  34. Mr. A. Chalmers
  35. Mr. W. H. Chandler
  36. Mrs. Chandler
  37. Miss S. B. Chandler
  38. Mr. W. A. Checke
  39. Mrs. Checke
  40. Mr. G. Chiera
  41. Mrs. Chiera
  42. Mr. Otis H. Childs
  43. Mr. David W. Clarke
  44. Mr. E. W. Cobb
  45. Miss Cobb
  46. Mr. Wallace L. Conaughty
  47. Mr. E. Cornell
  48. Mrs. Cornell
  49. Mr. Edw. Cox
  50. Mrs. Cox
  51. Miss H. M. Cox
  52. Mr. J. A. Cox
  53. Miss J. M. Cox
  54. Miss B. E. Cox
  55. Miss Elsie Craven
  56. Mr. James E. Cree
  57. Mrs. Cree
  58. Mr. E. A. Curte
  59. Mrs. Curte
  60. Miss D. Curte
  61. Mr. D. Cull
  62. Mrs. Cull
  63. Miss M. Cull
  64. Miss B. Cull
  65. Mrs. Day
  66. Miss Day
  67. Mr. W. A. Denton
  68. Mr. C. E. De Wolf
  69. Mrs. De Wolf
  70. Miss De Wolf
  71. Mr. Owen A. J. Dixon
  72. Mr. G. B. Dodwell
  73. Miss Dodwell
  74. Miss D. Dodwell
  75. Mr. Tracy Dows
  76. Mr. C. W. Dunning
  77. Mr. H. Duveen and Manservant
  78. Mr. Eaton
  79. Mrs. Eaton
  80. Rev. Fred Elliott
  81. Mr. F. W. Ennis
  82. Mr. John Farley
  83. Mr. Charles H. Farnam
  84. Mr. Joseph Ferigo
  85. Mrs. Ferigo
  86. Mr. M. H. Frank
  87. Miss Mahd Garthy
  88. Mr. James Gilchrist
  89. Mr. Gilroy
  90. Mr. Maurice Graham
  91. Mrs. Graham
  92. Mr. James B. Gray
  93. Mrs. Gray Major Guise
  94. Mr. R. Guthrie
  95. Mr. E. S. Hall
  96. Mrs. Hall
  97. Mrs. N. M. Hall
  98. Mr. G. K. Halladay
  99. Mrs. H. Hamilton
  100. Master Hamilton
  101. Mr. J. F. Hanbury
  102. Mr. F. C. Hanbury
  103. Mr. H. M. Harford
  104. Mrs. Harford
  105. Dr. Thomas Harris
  106. Mrs. Harrison
  107. Mr. Edward Hartley
  108. Miss Maude Hartley
  109. Dr. F. L. Henderson
  110. Mrs. F. L. Henderson
  111. Mr. W. C. Heward
  112. Mr. James Hill
  113. Mr. Charles P. Hill
  114. Mr. Arthur Hodgson
  115. Major Holeman R.M.L.I.
  116. Rev. W. Garrett Horder
  117. Mrs. Horder
  118. Mr. A. F. Jaccaci
  119. Master T. Jaccaci
  120. Mr. Harry Jarvis
  121. Mr. Goo. A. Jewett
  122. Miss Jewett
  123. Mr. R. B. Job
  124. Mr. J. G. Kahaby
  125. Rev. A. H. Kellog
  126. Mr. J. Kelly
  127. Mrs. W. J. Kenny
  128. Miss Kenny
  129. Mr. H. T. King
  130. Rev. Charles Stoddard Lane
  131. Miss Selina Lang
  132. Mr. J. B. Lee
  133. Mr. C. H. Loan
  134. Rev. D. E. Lorenz
  135. Mr. Herbert M. Lyon
  136. Mr. John Macrae
  137. Mr. Claude Mally
  138. Mrs. Mally
  139. Miss Lillian Mangey
  140. Miss Alma Mangey
  141. Miss A. M. Manning
  142. Mr. A. W. Marchmont
  143. Mrs. Marchmont
  144. Mr. J. Marshall
  145. Mrs. Marshall
  146. Mr. John II. Martin
  147. Mr. G. R. McAllister
  148. Mrs. J. S. McAllister
  149. Mr. W. McCall
  150. Miss Winifred McCall
  151. Mr. J. McCarthy
  152. Mr. Francis McColl
  153. Miss S. McColl
  154. Miss E. McColl
  155. Mr. John McEvoy
  156. Mr. P. E. McEvoy
  157. Mr. John McEwan
  158. Mrs. McEwan
  159. Mr. Chas. McKnight
  160. Rev. J. A. McWilliams
  161. Mr. W. W. Miller
  162. Mr. J. E. Miller
  163. Mr. F. Monks
  164. Mr. James Moodie
  165. Mr. J. S. Morgan
  166. Miss K. A. Morris
  167. Mr. Thos. Myers
  168. Mr. E. S. Nash
  169. Mr. Geo. J. Nathan
  170. Mr. Van Ness
  171. Mrs. Van Ness
  172. Mr. Nevins
  173. Miss J. M. Newcome
  174. Mr. Frank M. North
  175. Mr. Eric North
  176. Dr. R. Norton
  177. Mr. Watson Ogilvie
  178. Mr. John Orpe
  179. Mr. Geo. Pauline
  180. Rev. H. S. Payne
  181. Dr. A. P. L. Pease
  182. Mrs. Pease
  183. Mr. D. F. Pennefather
  184. Mrs. Pennefather
  185. Mr. P. A. Petersen
  186. Mr. M. Bernard Philipp
  187. Mr. J. Porter
  188. Mr. Henry Pound
  189. Mr. Evan Powell
  190. Mr. Thos. Powers
  191. Mrs. Powers
  192. Mr. Carl Pretorius
  193. Mr. Chas. E. Price
  194. Mr. C. Ernest Proctor
  195. Mr. M. P. Prout
  196. Mr. Leon Pulaski
  197. Very Rev. Canon Pyke
  198. Mr. Cuthbert Pyke
  199. Mrs. Cuthbert Pyke
  200. Miss Pyke
  201. Mr. Edw. Pyke
  202. Mr. F. M. Radcliffe
  203. Mrs. Irving P. Rankin
  204. Mr. Cecil A. Spring Rice
  205. Mr. B. S. Rice
  206. Mr. Thos. Richardson
  207. Mr. R. A. Robbins
  208. Mrs. Robbins
  209. Miss Gladys Robbins
  210. Mr. F. M. Robertson
  211. Sir John Beverley Robinson
  212. Miss Alice Robson
  213. Dr. W. M. Roads
  214. Mrs. Roads
  215. Mr. Alex. Ross
  216. Mr. John H. Ross
  217. Mr. W. H. Rowe
  218. Mr. J. H. Rutherford
  219. Mr. J. J. Rutledge
  220. Mrs. Rutledge
  221. Miss Grace W. Rynd
  222. Mrs. A. E. Sauer
  223. Mr. H. R. Scally
  224. Mr. W. Scouse
  225. Mrs. Scouse
  226. Mrs. A. H. Schrender
  227. Mr. M. A. Shaw
  228. Mrs. Shaw
  229. Mr. Fred Simonds
  230. Mrs. Simonds
  231. Mr. Gibson Sinclair
  232. Miss Sinclair
  233. Mr. J. P. Somers
  234. Mr. John Spearman
  235. Mr. C. J. Spencer
  236. Mr. W. Stanley
  237. Mr. Stanly
  238. Mr. John Steward and Valet
  239. Rev. Josiah Strong, D.D.
  240. Mr. Lewis E. Sturges
  241. Mr. J. Suckling
  242. Mr. Sutcliffe
  243. Mr. J. M. Tait
  244. Mr. Charles L. Taylor
  245. Mr. J. Thorndon
  246. Mr. Lever Tillotson
  247. Mr. Fred Tillotson
  248. Mr. W. J. Todd
  249. Mr. F. Trebilcock
  250. Mr. J. H. Tschumy
  251. Mrs. Tschumy
  252. Mr. Fred W. Turner
  253. Mrs. Turner
  254. Mr. P. A. Valentine
  255. Mrs. P. A. Valentine
  256. Mr. J. Voak
  257. Mr. John Waldie
  258. Mrs. Waldie
  259. Mr. W. Walker
  260. Mrs. Walker
  261. Mr. Joseph Walker
  262. Mrs. Walker
  263. Mr. A. C. Wallace
  264. Mr. W. T. Wallace
  265. Mr. S. B. Walton
  266. Mr. Frank Wash
  267. Miss Margaret P. Welty
  268. Mr. Chas. H. Werner
  269. Mr. E. Wertheimer
  270. Mr. E. A. Whipple
  271. Mrs. Whipple
  272. Mrs. A. P. Whitford
  273. Mr. O. T. Wilson
  274. Miss M. A. Wilson
  275. Miss J. W. Wilson
  276. Mr. R. G. Wining
  277. Mr. Chas. F. Winkelman
  278. Mr. F. S. Wonham
  279. Mrs. Wonham
  280. Mr. J. B. Wood
  281. Rev. S. Edward Young
  282. Mrs. Young
  283. Mr. J. E. Zeh

 

Information for Passengers

Meals

  • BREAKFAST from 8:30 until 10 o'clock.
  • LUNCHEON at 1:30.
  • DINNER at 7 o'clock.

The Bar closes at 11 p.m. and the Smoke Room at 11:30 pm.

Divine Service in the Saloon on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

PLEASE apply to the Second Steward for Seating accommodation at Table. Children are only entitled to seats in the Saloon if the full fare is paid.

Cablegrams and Telegrams should be handed to the Saloon Steward an hour before arrival at Queenstown.

The Saloon and Library Stewards will supply Stamps, Telegraph Forms, Books of Reference, and Railway Time Tables of the principal Companies.

Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, the Ship's Baggage Master.

Trunks, Chairs, or Rugs which passengers may desire to leave in charge of the Company should be appropriately labeled and handed to the Baggage Master on the pier in New York.

Such articles will be stored entirely at the owner's risk. Passengers must see all their Baggage passed by the U.S. Customs Authorities on landing.

Deck Chairs can be hired at a charge of 4- each for the voyage, 24 hours' notice being necessary at the London or Liverpool Office.

Valuables or Money should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in his safe. As no payment is made for carriage, the Company can accept no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising, but passengers can protect themselves by insurance.

Passengers should request a Receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board.

Saloon Passengers joining the White Star Mail Steamers at Queenstown must be at that port no later than 7 a.m. Thursday.

The White Star Line has opened a West End Office for the convenience of Passengers at 17 Cockspur Street, London, SAV.

The premises include a Reading and Writing Room, and the latest editions of the leading American and English Papers are kept on file, letters can be addressed there to await the arrival of passengers, and baggage can be stored, if desired, at the owner's risk.

Registered Telegraphic and Cable Address—"Vessels," London.

Telephone No. "2315 Gerrard," London.

 

Track Chart and Memorandum of Log (Unused), RMS Oceanic Saloon Passenger List, 16 April 1902.

Track Chart and Memorandum of Log (Unused), RMS Oceanic Saloon Passenger List, 16 April 1902. GGA Image ID # 1f1bfab45c

 

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