Melita 1926 Souvenir Passenger List (Antwerp to Canada)
Cabin Passenger List, Canadian Pacific, Melita (15,200 Tons), A. H. Notley, Commander, Antwerp, Southampton and Cherbough to Quebec and Montreal. Sailing from Antwerp, Wed, June 30, 1926. Sailing from Southampton, Thurs., July 1, 1926. Sailing from Cherbourg, Thurs., July 1, 1926. [This booklet was distributed to actual passengers. It may not be as accurate as the passenger manifest]
Names in this online transcription include Adair-Hall, Adamson, Ballantyne, Banfield, Barker, Beaumont, Belton, Benny, Bernard, Bernier, Bingham, Bonnard, Bouget, Brand, Brownsey, Caille, Carter, Chevalier, d'Hellencourt, Davidson, de Blaquiere, Desbarats, Diepdael, Donahue, Donalda, Doodha, Dussailt, Edwards, Failing, Fisken, Forster, Gath, Gibb, Grigg, Groshow, Gysels, Hanbury-Williams, Hardie, Heim, Herbert, Hetherington, Hood, Horton, Howse, Hutcheon, Hutchinson, Jarvis, King, Kish, Kunz, Lalberque, Lane, Lee, Lesz, MacDonald, Mahlstede, Marcer, Matthews, McColm, McDonald, McDougal, McGhee, Millen, Milligan, Moriarta, Moulens, Mousseau, Muir, Nance, Nelson, Norris, Notley, Ormsbee, Osment, Pattison, Payne, Pearch, Pennell, Peukert, Pilkington, Poulin, Reid, Resker, Rio, Ritter, Robertson, Roy, Sander, Schmidel, Spaulding, Spring, Sterns, Tenebaum, Thistle, Topping, Tremeer, Trewin, Turgeon, Walter, Whitney, Wightman, Wilkes, Wood, Woodcock.
Labels: Belgium, Immigration & Passenger Lists
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