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FIRST SALOON Almond A Miss Cochrane-Brown, E Dr Burn, M E Miss Houghton, W Mr Houghton, Mrs Houghton, Miss Houghton, Miss Houghton, Miss Pollock, A M Mrs Pollock, D K Miss Ross, J Mr Ross, Mrs Russell, Wm, Sir Russell, Lady
SECOND SALOON Atkinson, L Mr Atkinson, Mrs Barlow, M Mrs Bowser, M Mr Brydone, T Mr Cameron, J B Miss Fleming, D Mr Gordon, W G Mr Harrison, A Miss Haybittle, W Mr Lewis, C J Mrs Lewis, P Miss Moore, H J Mr O'Bryan, W Mr O'Bryan, Mrs O'Bryan, L Miss Reid, J D Miss Reid, J M Miss Soutar, F Mrs Soutar, Miss Soutar, C Miss Soutar, G Miss Soutar, B Miss Soutar, L Miss Soutar, M Miss Varnom, J Mr Williams, H Mrs Winn, S Mr Winn, Mrs Winn, Miss Winn, M Miss Woodward, B M Mr
THIRD CLASS Abel, A J Mr Allden, C Mr Allden, Mrs Anderson, H Mr Andrews, H Miss Bain, W Mr Barischman, S Mr Barker, N Mr Barnes, H Mr Baxter, F J Mr Baxter, Mrs Baxter, T Mr Baxter Miss Baxter, E Miss Berry, A Mr Besley, W Mr Bind, L M Mr Blakey, J G Mr Blight, A M Miss Boden, N Miss Bosman, V Mr Brady, J Mr Brady, G Mr Brew, A Mr Brown, W R Mr Bruce, D Mr Burbidge, L G Miss Burgess, J Mr Burgess, W L Mr Burgess, Mrs Burnett, V Mr Carter, A E Miss Chapman, T A Mr Chapman, Mrs Chapman, E Miss Chapman, A Master Charles, W Mr Charles, Mrs Charles, A Mr Charles, Miss Charles, E Miss Charles, M Miss Charles , F Miss Clark, W Mr Cockin, M Mrs Cockin, A Miss Collier, A Miss Conway, C Mr Conway, Mrs Cornish, E Mrs Crosby, H Mr Croston, J Miss Cuddon, W J Mr Cuthbertson, J Mr Cuthbertson, Mrs Deart, H Mr Deart, A Mrs Dewar, R Mr Dickson, J Mr Duncan, J Mr Elliott, W Mr Ellis, J Mr Erwood, R D Mr Eva, T Mr Ewbank, J M Mr Faulds, J S Mr Faull, R C Mr Feather, W Mr Feather, Mrs Feather, W Mr Feather, Miss Feather, A Miss Feather, M Miss Feather, E Miss Feather, F Master Ferguson, R Mr Ferguson, E Miss Fitzmaurice, M Miss Forbes, C Mr Giraud, J Mr Gordon, I Mr Gordon, Mrs Goudie, T Mr Graham, T Mr Graham, Mrs Grimson, S G Mr Gunn, J Mr Guthrie, J Mr 14 First Saloon passengers 32 Second Saloon passengers 231 Third Class passengers 277 Total passengers
THIRD CLASS cont. Hall, R Mr Harker, G Mr Harris, F J Mr Heblethwaite, C J Mr Herschell, R Mr Herschell, P Miss Herschell, T Master Heward, T Mr Heward Mrs Hill, C R Mr Hill, Mrs Hill, C Mr Hill, S Mr Hill, J Master Hill, Miss Hill, G Miss Hiscock, E Miss Hiscock, F Miss Jensen, S Mr Johnson, S Mr Johnson, Mrs Johnson, Miss Johnson, Master Johnson, A Miss Johnston, G W Mr Johnston, Mr Johnston, J Miss Jones, E C Mr Jones, E Mr Jones, Miss Jones, M Mrs Jordon, T Mr Jordan, Mrs Kalson, B A Mr Kerr, W J Mr Kirkness, J Mr Langelaan, F Mr Langelaan, Mrs Lauchlan, A F Mr Lauchlan, Mrs Lauchlan, W Miss Laurenson, M Miss Lawry, S Miss Littler, J Mr Lloyd, F O Mr McClurg, M Mrs McClurg, Miss McClurg, M Miss McClurg, A Miss McMurray, J A Mr Maclean, K Mr Maclean, Mrs Maclean, F Mr Maclean, D Mr Maclean, R Master Maclean, C Miss Meldrum, A Mr Metcalfe, H V Mr Milliken, H Mr Mills, M Miss Moore, W Mr Morton, S Mr Moseley, W H Mr Moseley, Mrs Moseley, D Miss Murphy, A Miss Myers, W Mr Myers, Master Opie, J Mr Osborne, J Mr Passman, J W Mr Patrick, H C Mr Potts, L Mrs Potts, Miss Potts, W Miss Quayle, Mr Radus, I Mr Rawcliffe, T P Mr Rawcliffe, W H Mr Riley, J J Mr Riley, Mrs Riley, M Mrs Riley, J Master Robinson, Mrs Robinson, A Mr Robinson, R Mr Robinson, S Miss Roos, A V Mr Roos, A Mr Rowe, G J Mrs Rowe, D Miss Sanderson, T Mr Sayers, W F Mr Sayers, Mrs Sayers, E Miss Shepherd, W D Mr Shepherd, Mrs Smith, J C Mr Smith, Mrs Sonnegar, A Mr Sparrow, L C Mr Sparrow, Mrs Stark, T Mr Stark, Mrs Stevens, N Mr Stewart, G C Mr Stuart, E Miss Taylor, H C Mr Taylor W Mr Tabb, S Mr Thomas, N Mr Thomas, F L Mr Thomas Mrs Thomas, G Miss Thompson, T Mr Thompson, S A Mrs Tomlinson, M Mrs Tonkin, R J Mr Tressider, W J Mr Trythall, A B Mr Trythall, Mrs Trythall, Miss Trythall, M Miss Urquhart, D R Mr Walters, J Mr Ward, G H Mr Ward, Miss Whittle, H Mr Wilkinson, Mrs Wilkinson, Master Williams, A Mrs Williams, J Miss Williams, M Master Williams, S Mr Williams, J Mr Williams, A Mr Williams, S Mr Williams, Mrs Williams, Miss Willoughby, C Mr Wilton, E Mr Winder, R Mr Young, T Mr
Passenger list courtesy of Joan Willis Posted Sept. 7, 2001. The source is the original 'folders' given to passengers when boarding. On the back is a section to enable them to keep a 'Log of Date, Weather, Dist Run, Latitude, Longitude, from London to New Zealand' or vice versa. Another section has a very detailed map of New Zealand. According to the 'Daily Log', the first date written is July 2nd, so maybe they boarded in Plymouth and the last date given is 13 August - but no port. Presume it was Wellington.
1901 as a dual purpose cargo / passenger ship for the New Zealand trade. Length 500ft x beam 63.3ft (152.4m x 19,29m), one funnel, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots. There was accommodation for 121-1st, 17-2nd and 450-3rd class passengers. She was equipped with refrigerated holds for the carriage of frozen meat. Served as a WWI troop transport. In 1928 the ship was sold to a Norwegian firm and converted into a whaling ship and renamed Pelagos. In 1941 the ship was captured by the German raider, Pinguin, in Antarctica. The Germans converted it into an oil tanker to refuel German U-Boats. On 24th Oct.1944 she was sunk at Kirkenes by a British sub. In 1945 the Norwegians raised and refitted it as a passenger ship where it served until 1962 when it was scrapped. Information from the ShipList. photo
Athenic, TSS, 12,232 gross ton of White Star Line operated by Shaw, Savill & Albion. Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast in
Sir William Russell (1838-1913) was a member of the House of
Reprehensive from 1875-1881 for Napier and 1884 to 1905 for Hawke's' Bay. He served as
Postmaster General, Colonial Secretary, Minister of Defence and Minister of Justice, and from 1893-1903 was Leader of the Opposition.
Source. TVNZ NZ Encyclopedia
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