New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 3, June, 1915 eBook

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Mr. Henry B. Sonneborn Baltimore, Md. @ Comd’r.  J. Foster Stackhouse London, Eng. @ Mrs. George W. Stephens Montreal, Can. and maid (Elise Oberlin) Master John H.C.  Stephens Montreal, Can. and nurse (Carolina Milten) Mr. Duncan Stewart Montreal, Can.  Mr. Herbert S. Stone New York, N.Y. @ Mr. Martin van Straaten London, Eng.  Mr. Julius Strauss Hamilton, Ont.  Mr. Alex.  Stuart Glasgow, Scot. * Mr. Charles F. Sturdy Montreal, Can.
* Mr. R.L.  Taylor                            Montreal, Can. 
Mr. F.B.  Tesson                            Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mrs. Tesson                                Philadelphia, Pa.
* Mr. D.A.  Thomas                            Cardiff, Wales. 
Mr. E. Blish Thompson                      Seymour, Indiana.
* Mrs. Thompson                              Seymour, Indiana.
@ Mr. Georges Tiberghien                     France.
* Mr. R.J.  Timmis                            Gainesville, Texas.
* Mr. F.E.O.  Tootal                          London, Eng.
* Mr. Ernest Townley                         Toronto, Canada.
@ Mr. Isaac F. Trumbull                      Bridgeport, Conn.
* Mr. Scott Turner                           Lansing, Mich.
* Mr. G.H.  Turton                            Melbourne, Australia.

  Mr. Alfred G. Vanderbilt New York, N.Y.
    and valet (Ronald Denyer)
* Mr. W.A.F.  Vassar London, Eng.
@ Mr. G.L.P.  Vernon London, Eng.

* Mrs A.T.  Wakefield Honolulu, Hawaii. 
  Mr. David Walker New York, N.Y. 
  Mrs. Wallace Watson Montreal, Can. 
  Mrs. Anthony Watson England.
@ Mrs. Catherine E. Willey Lake Forest, Ill. 
  Mr. Thomas H. Williams Liverpool, Eng. 
  Mr. Charles F. Williamson New York, N.Y. 
  Mr. Winter Liverpool, Eng.
* Mrs. A.S.  Witherbee New York, N.Y. 
  Master A.S.  Witherbee Jr. (3 yrs.) New York, N.Y. 
  Mr. Lothrop Withington Boston, Mass. 
  Mr. Walter Wright Scotland.
@ Mr. Arthur John Wood England.
* Mr. Robt.  C. Wright Cleveland, Ohio.

Mr. J.M.  Young                             Hamilton, Ont. 
Mrs. Young                                 Hamilton, Ont.
* Mr. Philip J. Yung                         Antwerp, Belgium

Total number of Saloon Passengers 293

Survivors marked *
Identified Dead marked @

(This list, as corrected to May 22, 1915—­the final revision—­is a facsimile of the broadside issued by the Cunard Company.  It will be noted that all of Paul Crompton’s family perished, including himself, his wife, and six children.)]

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