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SURVIVORS AMONG THE FIRST AND SECOND CLASS PASSENGERS ON BOARD THE LUSITANIA
SURVIVORS AMONG THE FIRST AND SECOND CLASS PASSENGERS ON BOARD THE LUSITANIA WERE THE FOLLOWING:
When the Lusitania left New York May 1, 1915 she had on board, according to the latest available information, a total of 1,901 persons. Of these, 1,251 were passengers and 650 crew. Of the passengers, there were 291 in the first cabin, 599 in the second and 361 in the steerage.
SURVIVORS OF THE FIRST AND SECOND CLASS
ADAMS, Mrs. Henry, Boston ABRAMOWITZ, S., New York
ADAMS, Mrs. Jane ADAMS, Mrs. A. E., Edmonton, Canada
ADAMS, William McMilan, New York ADAMS, Miss Jean M., Edmonton, Canada
ALLEN, Lady, Montreal ABSTON, Joseph
ALLES, N. N., New York AFTKEN, Miss Chrissie
AYAIA, Jullieu de ALTKEN, Miss C.
(Cuban consul general at Liverpool ALLEN, John
AMORTUN, Mrs. P.
BARKER, James, England ANDERSON, Mrs. R., and child
BATTEREBY, J. J., Stockport, England ARTHUR, Joseph S.
BARTLETT, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. B., London ASHMAN, Henry C.
BERNARD, Clinton P., New York
BERNARD, Oliver, Boston BANNETT, Miss May
BOHNA, James, Toronto BARRIE, Edward, New York
BOULTON, H. Jr., Chicago BARTLETT, John
BOWRING, Charles W. New York BASTERN, Mrs. A.
BRAITHOVAITE, Miss Dorothy, BEATTIE, Allen M.
Morristown, N. J. BEATTIE, Mrs. James A., New York
BRANDELL, Miss Josephine, New York BEIBROUGH, G. W.
BROOKE, J. H., New York BERCHALT, Henry
BURGEES, Henry G., New York BERCHALL, Henry, Roslyn, Washington
BURNSIDE, Mrs. J. S., New York BOOTH, Infant, (probably child of
BUSWEIL, Peter (Cameronia), New York Mrs. BOOTH, Ottawa)
BYINGTON, A. J., London BRAMMER, Mrs. E. J., Trenton, NJ
BYRNE, M. G., New York BRAMMER, Miss E., Trenton NJ
BRETHERTON, Mrs., child and infant
CHARLES, Doris, Toronto Los Angeles
CHARLES, J. H., Toronto BRILLY, Louis, Los Angeles
CLARKE, A. R., Toronto BROWN, William
CLARKE, The Rev. Cowley, London BROWN, Dan T., Los Angeles
COLEBROOK, H. G., Toronto BROWNLEY, Mrs. Thomas
CONNER, Miss Dorothy, New York BRYCE, H. B., Syracuse, NY
CROSS [?], A. B. BRYCE, Mrs. H. B. Syracuse, NY
BURDON, Mrs. A. G., and infant
DALY, H. M.
FISHER, Dr. Howard L., New York CAMPBELL, Anna Mexa, New York
CAMPBELL, W. and Mrs. W., Chicago
GAUNTLETT, Fred J., New York CANDLISH, Mrs. Arthur, Boston
GRAB, Oscar F. New York CANDLISH, Arthur, Boston
HAMMOND, O. H., New York COCKBURN, Guy R.
HAMMOND, Mrs. COLEMAN, Mrs. Susan
HARDWICK, C. C., New York COILLA, Edwin M., Chicago
HARRIS, Dwight C., New York COWPER, Ernest, Toronto
HILL, Mrs. C. T., London COX, Mrs. Margaret and child
HODGES, Dean W., Philadelphia CROSSLEY, Cyrus, Toronto
HOIT, W. R. G., Montreal CROSSLEY, Mrs. Cyrus, Toronto
HORNE, Thomas, Toronto CUTCHISON, Mrs. Stanley
HOUGHTON, Dr. J. T., New York
JEFFERY, Charles T., Chicago DAWSON, W.
HESHEN, Francis DIAMANDIES, Theodore
JENKINS, Francis Bertram, Chicago DODD, Miss Dorothy,
JOLIOET, Miss Rita, Chicago Edmonton, Canada
DOHERTY, Mrs. and infant
KEEBLE, Mr. and Mrs. W., Toronto DOLPHIN, Miss Eva,
KEMPSON, M., Toronto St. Thomas, Ont.
KENNAN, Dr. Owen, New York DONALD, A., Boston
KESSLER, George A., New York DUGUID, George, Pittsburgh
KNOX, S. M., Philadelphia DYER, ROBERT, Pittsburgh
LASETTER, F., London EDGAR, H.
LASETTER, Mrs. H. B., London EHABARDT, Herbert
LAURIET, Charles E. Jr., Boston ELLIOTT, Mrs. A. W.,
LEAROYD, Mrs. C. A. (and maid) Sydney Calgary, Canada
LOURY, James J., New York ELLIS, John, Edmonton, Canada
LEHMANN, Isaac, Liverpool EWART, Robert J., Brooklyn, NY
LEHMANN, Diland, Liverpool
LEHMANN, Martin, Liverpool FARROW, Robert
LEVINSON, Joseph, Jr., Liverpool FISH, Miss Marion, Toronto
LEWIN, F. Guy, New York FISH, Mrs. S. M. and two children
LOBB, Mrs. Popham, New York Toronto
LOCKHART, R. R. Toronto FISH, Miss Irene
LONEY, Miss New York FLOSS, Carl Elmer
LONEY, Mrs. New York FREEMAN, Mrs. John
FREEMAN, John, Falklain, B.C.
McCONNELL, John W. Menphis FRENCH, Miss Grace
MacWORTH, Lady, Cardiff FROST, H. R., Regina, Canada
McMURRAY, L. L., Toronto FYFE, Mrs. Jennie, Holyoke, MA
MATHEWS, A. T., Montreal
MONTEY, G. G., New York GADADEN, A.
GALLAGHER, Mrs. Margaret
ORR-LEWIS, F., Toronto GARDNER, Eric
OSBORNE, Mrs. A. B. (Irene), Hamilton GARDNER, B., Toronto
GARDNER, William, Toronto
PADLEY, Mrs. Charles, Liverpool GHIBERDOT, Herbert
PAPPADEPOULO, M. N., Greece GILHOOTEY, Mrs. Catherine
PAPPADEPOULO, Mrs. M. N., Greece GLANCY, Joseph
PARTRIDGE, Frank, New York GOODWIN, Rose
PAYNTER, CHARLES E, Liverpool GRAY, R. D., Los Angeles
PAYNTER, Miss Irene, Liverpool GRIFFTHS, C. N., Pittsburgh
PEARL, Maj. F. Warren, New York GWYER, the Rev. H. L.,
PEARL, Mrs. Maj. F. Warren, Saskatoon, Canada
and two children, New York GWYER, Mrs. H. L.
PEARL, Stuart Duncan, New York Saskatoon, Canada
PERRY, Frederick J., Buffalo
PHILLIPS, Wallace B., New York HALDANE, James, New York
PIERPOINT, William J., Liverpool HALE, R.
POPE, Miss Theodate, Farmington, CT HALDANE, W. R.
POSSEN, Ed., Farmington, CT HALL, Mrs. G.
HAMPSHIRE, Miss Elizabeth E.
RANKIN, Robert, New York Boston, MA
RATCLIFF, N. A., New York HANLEY, Peter
RAYS-EVANS, A. L., Cardiff HARDY, Miss C., New York
ROBINSON, Pirie., Hamilton, Ontario HARRIS, R., Montreal
ROGERS, Percy W., Toronto HASKETH, Alfred
HENDERSON, Violet, Montreal
SLIDELL, Thomas, New York HENDERSON, Master Huntley, Montreal
SMITH, Miss Jessie Taft, Braceville, Ohio HENSHAW, Mrs. M., Saskaton, Canada
STURDY, C. F., Montreal HERTZ, Douglas
TAYLOR, Richard Lionel, Montreal HILL, Mrs. Robert
THOMAS, D. A., Cardiff HOGG, Mrs. Ellen, New York
THOMPSON, Mrs. E., Blish, Indiana HOLBORN, I. B. S., Yonkers, NY
THOMPSON, E., Blish, Indiana HOLLAND, Mrs. H. L., New York
THOMIS, R. J., New York HOOK, Frank
TOOTAL, F. E. O., London HOOK, Olive
TOWNSLEY, Ernest, Toronto HOSKINS, A., Montreal
TURTON, G. H., Melbourne HOUSNELL, Edgar, New York
VASAAR, W. A. F., London INCH, William
INCH, W. E.
WITHERBEE, Mrs. A. S., New York
WRIGHT, Robert C., New York JACKSON, I.
YUNG, Philip, Montreal JACKSON, Arthur
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