VOYAGES: This section lists the crossings made by Lusitania passengers in the year leading up to the disaster, the return voyages made by the survivors, and the ships upon which they traveled (Jim Kalafus, Paul Latimer, Mike Poirier and Zach Schwarz)
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Lusitania Westbound Passengers
September 18, 1914
Moodie, Ralph. Cotton buyer. Resident of Hoylake, England, en route to Belmont Hotel, NYC.
October 9, 1914
McLean, Walter. Buyer. En route to home, 66 Crawford Avenue, Toronto.
Posen, Eugene. Merchant. En route to Mr. Strauss, 33 West 91st Street, NYC.
Samoilescue, David. Actor. En route to 430 East 149th Street, NYC. Traveled under pseudonym.
Schwabacher, Lee M. Born Peoria, Ill. 1873. En route from Paris to 2209 Brookfield Avenue, Baltimore Maryland.
Schwarte, Friedrich W. Merchant. En route to 33 San Ignacio, Havana, Cuba.
Slidell, Thomas. Born 1875, Warrington, Va. En route to 319 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Sonneborn, Henry B. En route from Paris to 2209 Brookfield Avenue, Baltimore Maryland.
October 31, 1914
Burnside, Iris. En route to home, 185 Lowther Avenue, Toronto.
Burnside, Josephine. En route to home, 185 Lowther Avenue, Toronto. Josephine Burnside was Iris Burnside’s mother.
Waites, Mattie. Maid. En route to 185 Lowther Avenue, Toronto
November 28, 1914
Adams, Arthur Henry. En route to 111 Broadway, NYC.
Armitage, Florence Gertrude. En route to Knickerbocker Hotel, and friend, Mrs. Bancroft, 149 West 44th Street, NYC.
Chantry, Harold. Bank clerk. Resident of Poole, England, en route to Nelson, British Columbia.
Chantry, Mina. Harold Chantry’s wife.
Myers, Herman Abraham. En route to 605 W 113th Street, NYC.
December 24, 1914
Grab, Oscar. En route to 227 Central Park West, NYC.
Withington, Lothrop. En route to 36 Journal Buildings, Boston.
January 16 – January 23, 1915
de Ayala, Julian. Diplomat. En route to brother, R. Ayala, Minister of Public Constructions, Havana, Cuba.
Cairns, Robert Wishert. Director. En route to Blackstone Hotel, NYC.
Ellis, Herbert. Art dealer. En route to 305 East 55th Street, NYC.
Gorer, Edgar. Art dealer. En route to Ritz-Carlton Hotel, NYC.
Letts, Gerald. Merchant. En route to Office, 7_ (?) East 55th Street, NYC.
Partridge, Frank. Art dealer. En route to 126 West 46th Street.
Tijou, Howard. En route to home, 13 Ottawa Street, Toronto. Son of Walter Tijou.
Tijou, Walter. Publisher. En route to home, 13 Ottawa Street, Toronto.
Van Straaten, Martin. Art dealer. En route to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, NYC.
February 13 – February 20, 1915.
Brandell, Josephine. Actress. En route to Centerville Station, Sullivan County, New York.
Brodrick-Cloete, William. En route to Coahuela, Mexico.
Brodrick, Carlton. January 22, 1887. En route to 162 Congress Street, Boston, Massachusetts.
Campbell, Alexander. En route to Biltmore Hotel, NYC.
Friedenstein, Joseph. Director. En route to Great Northern Hotel, NYC.
Fulton, John Napier. En route to his home, 3rd Avenue, Quebec. “Temporarily lame. His accident in a racquet court. Broken ribs.”
Hutchinson, Phyllis. En route to Llewellyn Park, Orange, New Jersey.
MacKenzie, Robert Anderson. Merchant. En route to Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, La.
Maturin, Father Basil. Catholic priest. En route to a friend, Dr. McMann, 472 West 152nd Street, NYC.
Medbury, Maurice Benjamin. August 12, 1865. En route to Mississippi Valley Trust Co. St. Louis, Mo.
Mitchell, Arthur Jackson. POB 277, Toronto.
Orr-Lewis, Frederick. Banker. En route to 20 Bleur Street, Montreal.
Perry, Frederick John. En route to Iroquois Hotel, Buffalo, NY.
Sharp, George. Gardener. En route to Crooksville Ohio.
Sharp, Mary Jane
Sharp, Samuel. Joiner. Samuel and Mary Jane Sharp had a 25 year old son, Harry, who traveled with them on this crossing but who did not return on the May 1st sailing.
Shymer, Anne. May 30, 1879. En route to 41 West 47th Street, New York.
George Slingsby. Valet to Frederick Orr-Lewis.
March 20 – March 27, 1915
Adams, William McMillan. En route to 111 Broadway, NYC.
Baker, James. Carpet manufacturer. En route to Oriental Carpet Manufacturers, Toronto.
Battersby James J. Hat manufacturer. En route to Prince George hotel, NYC. “Damaged 2nd & 3rd fingers, right hand.”
Bruno, Henry Agustine. Insurance. En route to home, 123 Elm Street, Montclair, NJ.
Byington, Albert Jackson. January 22, 1875. En route to 165 Broadway, NYC.
Groves, George. En route to Sycamore, DeKalb County.
Lehmann, Isaac. July 13, 1879. En route to 24 Stone Street, NYC.
Maurice, George. Director
Mosley, George. Commercial traveler. Destination illegible, other than “c/o 74 Estabrook…”
Naumann, Frank Gustavus. Merchant. En route to 87 Front Street, NYC. “Broken fingers, both hands.”
Pappadopoulo, Michael. Director. En route to Oriental Carpet Manufacturers, Toronto. Husband of Angela Pappadopoulo.
Pearson, Frederick Stark. July 3, 1861. En route to Hotel Belmont, NYC.
Pearson, Mabel. January 16, 1864. Wife of F.S. Pearson.
Phillips, Wallace B. March 30, 1882. En route to 29 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, NY.
Tootal, Frederick. Stock broker. En route to Hotel Astor, NYC.
Tyers, Frederick. Traveler. En route to grandmother, Mrs. Hilton, Allentown, Pa.
Walker, David. Secretary. En route to Hotel Belmont, NYC. David Walker was F.S. Pearson’s secretary.
April 17 – April 24, 1915
Bird, Rose. Mrs. Bird traveled under the name of Mrs. Lyndon Bird. She is on the manifest as “Lyndon Bird: housewife.”
Dingwall, Charles Arthur. Brewer. En route to the Auditorium Hotel, Chicago.
Hill, Charles Tilden. November 18, 1878. En route to 200 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Hodges, William Sterling. March 1, 1882. En route to 2926 West Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia.
Hubbard, Frederick. En route to 396 Washington Street, NYC.
Kelly, Annie. Help. En route to 16 Greenville Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts. Manifest, page 65 line 27, stamped deported. “Medical certificate- Valvular disease of the heart.” “4/30 Lusitania” is handwritten on her deportation record.
McEvoy, Henry. Marine Engineer.
Pierpoint, William John. Detective Inspector. On manifest as “Traveler.” “Destination to be given in New York.”
Poole, Gertrude. En route to husband, Thomas Poole.
Posen, Eugene. Merchant. En route to Ritz Carlton Hotel, NYC. “Swiss- born Frankfurt on Main, Germany.”
Rooney, Mary. Domestic. Returning home to brother, Rooney, at 1188 Second Avenue, NYC.
Winter, William. Caterer. Holland House Hotel, NYC.
Witherbee, Beatrice. En route to 222 West 72nd Street, NYC.
Wood, Arthur John. Designer. NYC address: On board Lusitania.
Lusitania Menu from the 22nd April 1915
Courtesy of Michael Poirier
Eastbound Wartime Crossing
October 20, 1914
November 10, 1914
December 5, 1914
Pearson, Frederick Stark
January 30, 1915
Kennedy, Caroline Hickson
Transatlantic and U.S. Coastal
Abramowitz, Shalom, “Samuel.” Rochambeau, March 16, 1915. Fur merchant. En route to Braun, 14 East 14th street, NYC.
Antila, Aino. Laconia, August 17, 1914.
Antila, Carl, 4. Laconia, August 17, 1914.
Antila, Jan “John,” 3. Laconia, August 17, 1914. The Antila family was deported, to Finland, on May 1, 1915. Their paperwork from this voyage was stamped “Hospitalized-Discharged.” Each of their lines on the Manifest, page 126, lines 13, 14, and 15, are stamped Deported. Mrs. Antila may have been tubercular. Her sons were United States citizens, having been born in Rockledge, Michigan.
Baker, Amelia. Baltic, November 14, 1914. December 23, 1888. En route to Duluth, Minnesota.
Baker, Eva. Philadelphia, September 27, 1914. Servant. En route to Mrs. Whitridge, 16 East Eleventh street, NYC.
Barry, Edward. St. Paul, April 19. Film dealer. En route to cousin, Ralph Davis, West 34th Street, NYC.
Bartlett, George Walter Bowers. Orduna, December 9, 1914. Occupation: nil. En route to Netherland Hotel, NYC.
Bartlett, Irma Florine Bowers. Orduna, December 9, 1914. Irma Bowers Bartlett was George Bowers Bartlett’s wife.
Beattie, James. Cedric, October 2, 1914. En route to 25 East 22nd Street, NYC.
Beattie, Margaret. Cedric, October 2, 1914. Margaret Beattie was James Beattie’s wife.
Booth-Jones, Ailsa, 8. Mauretania, October 16, 1914.
Booth-Jones, Edward. Mauretania, October 16, 1914. Antiques dealer. En route to friend, H.R. Kervey, 1611 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
Booth-Jones, Millichamp, Mauretania, October 16, 1914. Millichamp Booth Jones was Edward Booth-Jones’ wife. Listed as “Millie” on the manifest.
Booth-Jones, Percival, 4. Mauretania, October 16, 1914.
Boutellier, Elise. Celtic, September 11, 1914. Maid. Employee of the Loney family. En route to Gotham Hotel, NYC.
Brilly, Luigi. St. Louis, April 11. Theatrical agent. En route to friend, Mr. Logan Ballert, Forestdale, Philadelphia.
Burgess, Henry George. Liverpool, Baltic, October 2, 1914.
Burgess, Henry George. Orduna, March 16. Merchant. En route to Netherland Hotel, NYC. “2 weeks.”
Buswell, Peter. Tuscania, March 22. Shipping agent. “Touring Manitoba, Canada.”
Byrne, Michael G. Celtic, October 9, 1914. En route to 444 West 50th Street, NYC.
Campbell, Kennedy. Boston, Arabic, October 29, 1914. Laborer. En route to sister, Sarah Campbell, 41 Middlesex, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.
Chabot, David. Quebec, Calgarian, August 7, 1914.
Chirgwin, Maud. Havana, April 28. En route from her home in Agua la Grande, Cuba, to the Hotel America in New York City, and then on to England.
Chirgwin, Richard. 8mths. Havana, April 28.
Collis, Edward. Glasgow, Saturnia, August 2, 1914.
Crichton, Mabel. Minnewaska, January 24. En route to Mrs. F.W. Hart, Hartford. Ct.
Crompton, Paul. Denis, July 1, 1914. En route to home, St. Martins Lane, Chestnut Hill, Pa., from “Para,” likely Paramaribo.
dePage, Marie. Adriatic, February 4. Housewife. En route to the Hotel Astor, NYC. Marie de Page, although she listed herself as “housewife” was actually on a fund raising drive for Belgian relief and for the Queen’s Hospital at la Panne, of which her husband was the director. She was scheduled to return to Europe aboard the Lapland’s April 30th voyage.
Denyer, Ronald. Olympic, August 30, 1914.Valet. En route to Vanderbilt Hotel, NYC. Valet of Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt.
Dhenin, Evelyne. Mauretania, September 4, 1914. En route to husband, Thomas Dhenin, 317 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY. Mr. Dhenin was the only member of his family to survive the disaster.
Dhenin, Isabelle, 2. Mauretania, September 4, 1914.
Dhenin, Thomas, 10. Mauretania, September 4, 1914.
Diamandis, Theodore. Baltic, February 27. Tobacco Merchant. En route to Kondas Bros., 305 Pearl Street, NYC.
Dredge, Allan. New Orleans. Marowijne, April 26. En route from Belize, Honduras, to England. Mr. Dredge carried $500 with him.
Dredge, Evelyn. New Orleans. Marowijne, April 26. Evelyn Dredge was Allan Dredge’s wife.
Egana, Vicente. Monterey, April 26. Merchant. En route from his residence in Puebla, Mexico, to Hotel America NYC, and then London. Born in Bilbao, Spain.
Fenwick, John. America, March 25. Merchant. En route from Genoa to Hotel Marie Antoinette, NYC.
Fowles, Charles Frederick. Baltic, November 14, 1914. Merchant. En route to Plaza Hotel, NYC.
Fowles, Frances May. Baltic, November 14, 1914. Frances Fowles was Charles Fowles’ wife.
Frohman, Charles. Aquitania, July 19, 1914. Theatrical producer. July 8, 1866. En route to the Empire Theater, Broadway, NYC. Resided in the Knickerbocker Hotel, NYC.
Fyfe, Jeanie. Boston. Sardinian, October 6, 1914. En route from 70 High Street, Johnstone, Scotland, to son, J.R. Fyfe, Bath, New Hampshire. The word “senility” is written under “Condition of mental health.”
Gadsden, Arthur. Quebec, Calgarian, September 4, 1914. En route to Chicago.
Gauthier, Carlos. Broker. Argentine citizen, born 1882, crossed border at Port Huron, Michigan, March 24th.
Gilpin, George Arthur. Calamares, April 26. Merchant. En route from his home in San Salvador, El Salvador, to mother, Eliza Mary Gilpin, 32 Marshall St. Leeds, England.
Grab, Oscar. Chicago, August 24, 1914.
Grab, Oscar. Liverpool, Baltic, November 27, 1914.
Grab, Oscar. Bermudian, April 21, 1915. En route to 327 Central Park West, NYC.
Hammond, Kathleen. Quebec, Calgarian, July 9, 1914. En route to Montreal. Stockbroker Frederick Hammond, and his wife, Kathleen, seem to have commuted between their homes in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, London, and Montreal. In the months leading up to Sarajevo, there were crossings on the Olympic, Imperator, and Baltic. Kathleen made this summer crossing unescorted.
Hammond, Mary Picton Stevens. Imperator, June 4, 1914. En route to Bernardsville, NJ.
Harper, John Henry. Megantic, March 28, 1915. Manufacturer. En route to 61 Leonard Street, NYC.
Hodges, William Sterling. Liverpool, Mauretania, September 24, 1914.
Hodges, William Sterling. Orduna, December 9, 1914. En route to 2926 West Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hogg, Ellen. Cymric, February 21, 1915. En route to Brooklyn, NY.
Holbourn, Ian. Arabic, January 4, 1915. Lecturer. En route to 11 Charles St., NYC.
Horsburgh, Martha. Cameronia, October 19, 1914. Clerkess. En route to father, George Horsburgh, Bernardsville, New Jersey.
Hounsell, Edgar. St. Paul, April 19. Film dealer.
Huston, Nellie. Boston, Carmania, June 24, 1914. En route to uncle, E.F. Huston, 7225 Owens Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Jacobs, Liba. Philadelphia. Dominion, November 3, 1914. Midwife. Born in Dwinsk, Russia. En route from 134 Brick Lane, Whitechapel, London, to her son, Joe Klass, 1263 South Central Park Avenue, Chicago.
Jeffery, Charles T. Minnehaha, April 16.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Arabic, March 13. Manager. En route to 244 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Jones, Patrick Llewellyn. St. Paul, April 19. Journalist. C/o New York American.
Judson, Frederick Sheldon. Kroonland, April 16. En route from Montevideo, Uruguay. C/o University Club, St. Paul, Minn.
Keeble, Fannie. New York, February 1. En route to 111 Farnham Avenue, Toronto.
Keeble, Wilfred. New York, February 1. Advertising agent. Husband of Fannie Keeble.
Kellett, Francis. Mauretania, July 3, 1914. En route to Crestwood, NY.
Kellett, Francis. Cameronia, December 29, 1914.
Kellett, Francis. New York, March 1. En route to 303 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Kempson, Maitland. Transylvania, April 6. Carpet manufacturer.
Kennedy, Caroline Hickson. Adriatic, March 16. En route to 124 West 85th Street, NYC. Claimed April 11, 1876 as her birth date, although she was factually 53.
Kessler, George. Adriatic, March 16. En route to 906 Park Avenue, NYC.
Kinch, Eunice. Mauretania, September 4, 1914. En route to Home, 5902 Luther Avenue, Cleveland Oh. Eunice Kinch was William Mustoe‘s mother.
King, Thomas Boyce. Franconia, November 25, 1914. En route to 72 Broadway, Rye, and New York.
Klein, Charles. Cedric. October 2, 1914. Dramatic author. En route to the Marie Antoinette Hotel, 670 Broadway.
Lane, Hugh Percy. Tuscania. April 20. Director. En route to St. Regis Hotel, NYC.
Leigh, Evan Arthur. Tuscania, March 22. Merchant.
Letts, Gerard. Mauretania, October 16, 1914.
Letts, Gerard. Liverpool, Lapland, December 24, 1914.
Leverich, Rosina Philip. St. Paul, September 21, 1914. March 25, 1887. En route to 61 Lavington Street, Brooklyn, NY.
Leverich Rosina Thomas. St. Paul, September 21, 1914. October 11, 1852. Mother of Rosina Philip Leverich.
Levinson, Joseph. Vaterland, July 30, 1914.
Lewin, Frederic Guy. Tuscania, April 20. Engineer. En route to Statler Hotel, Detroit Michigan.
Lewis, Edith Marshall, 5. Cedric. August 11, 1914. En route to home, West 17th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Lewis, Isaac. Cedric. August 11, 1914. Cotton buyer.
Lewis, Jane Marshall. Cedric, August 11, 1914.
Lines, Alice. Frederik VIII, December 3, 1914. Maid. Employed by the Pearl family, en route to Stuart Duncan, 241 West Street, NYC.
Lobb, Mary Beatrice Popham. Bermudian, April 28. En route from Hamilton, Bermuda, to England. C/o Smith’s Bank, Hull, England.
Loney, Allan. Adriatic, April 16, 1915. October 20, 1874. En route to Gotham Hotel, NYC.
Loney, Catharine. Celtic, September 11, 1914. April 30, 1887. (Actual date, 1877). En route to Gotham Hotel, NYC. Wife of Allan Loney.
Loney, Virginia. Celtic. September 11, 1914. May 19, 1899.
Lorentzen, Greta. Frederik VIII, December 3, 1914. Nurse. Employed by the Pearl family, en route to Stuart Duncan, 241 West Street, NYC.
Loynd, Alice. Boston. Devonian, July 27, 1914. En route to Thomson, Illinois.
Loynd, David. Boston. Devonian, July 27, 1914. Missionary. Alice Loynd’s husband.
Mackworth, Margaret Haig. Orduna, April 16. En route to “Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, as suffragette.”
Macdona, Amelia. Minnewaska, June 28, 1914.
Macdona, Amelia. Minnewaska, London, July 13, 1914.
Macdona, Amelia. Minnetonka, November 14, 1914. En route to 250 West 104th Street, NY.
Mason, Stewart Southam. St. Louis, April 11. En route to Mr. Wm. Mason, 225 Bay State Road, Boston. Stewart Mason came to the United States to get married. His bride, Lesley Lindsay Mason, of Boston, died in the disaster as well.
McGregor, Arthur. Mauretania, September 25, 1914. Broker. En route to 226 Central Park West. Arthur McGregor lists his closest relative in the U.S. as his sister, Mrs. Parlett, (sic) of 2 Almorah Crescent, Jersey City, NJ. Amy Partlett, and her 13 year old daughter, Enid, would also die aboard the Lusitania.
McGregor, Betsy. Mauretania, September 25, 1914. En route to 226 Central Park West.
Arthur McGregor’s mother.
Mills, Charles Veitch. Mauretania. July 3, 1914. En route to 19 Laurel Place, New Rochelle, NY.
Muir, Matthew. Olympic, October 17, 1914. En route to friend, Mr. Martin, Hancock Street, Philadelphia.
Mustoe, William. Mauretania, September 4, 1914. En route to home, 5902 Luther Avenue, Cleveland Ohio. William Mustoe was Eunice Kinch‘s son.
Myers, Herman Abraham. Aquitania, July 17, 1914. En route to 614 Broadway, NYC.
Myers, Joseph Lewis. St. Paul, March 22. En route to home, 176 Madison Avenue, NYC.
Negus, Edward. Campania, September 13, 1914. Chauffeur. En route to friend, Mr. Bloomfield, 168 East 81st Street, NYC.
Nichol, Mary F. Boston. Sardinian, October 6, 1914.
Olivar, Diego. Monterey, April 25. Clerk. En route from residence, 1191 56th Street, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico to Liverpool.
Orr-Lewis Frederick. Mauretania, September 4, 1914.
Osbourne, Ella. Cameronia, March 2. En route to 161 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn.
Padilla, Federico. Havana, April 28. Consular service. En route to Hotel Imperial, NYC.
Paynter, Charles Edwin. Adriatic, March 15. Broker. En route to Hotel Seville, NYC.
Paynter, Irene Emily. NYC. Adriatic, March 15. Daughter of Charles Paynter.
Pearl, Amy. Frederik VIII, December 3, 1914. En route to relative, Stuart Duncan, 241 West Street, NYC.
Pearl, Amy, 2. Frederik VIII, December 3, 1914.
Pearl, Major Frederic Warren. Frederik VIII, December 3, 1914.
Pearl, Stuart Duncan, 5. Frederik VIII, December 3, 1914.
Pearl, Susan, 1. Frederik VIII, December 3, 1914.
Perkins, Edwin. NYC. Havana. April 29. Agent. En route to England from his residence at San Ignacio 12, Havana, Cuba.
Plamondon, Charles. Mauretania, October 16, 1914. September 14, 1856. En route to 12 North Clinton Street, Chicago.
Plamondon, Mary. Mauretania, October 16, 1914. October 15, 1857. Mary Plamondon was Charles Plamondon’s wife.
Charles and Mary Plamondon
Pollard, Henry. Transylvania, December 16, 1914. Engineer. En route to friend, Mr. Middleton, Victor building, Washington D.C.
Pye, Charlotte. Adriatic, October 22, 1914. En route to husband, William Pye, First Street, Edmonton.
Pye, Marjorie, Infant. Adriatic, October 22, 1914. Marjorie Pye was Charlotte Pye’s daughter.
Rankin, Robert. NYC. Vasari, December 26, 1914. En route from la Plata, Argentina, to 116 Schuyler Place, Ithaca, NY.
Ratcliff, Norman Albert. Transylvania, January 19. Commercial traveler. En route to Manhattan Hotel, NYC.
Rhys-Evans, Arnold Leslie. Tuscania, March 22. Private Secretary. En route to Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, NYC. Secretary of D.A. Thomas.
Robson, Kenneth Hamilton. Philadelphia, November 22, 1914. Clerk. En route to hotel, Chicago. “Gold tooth in upper jaw.”
Royal Gwent Singers. Cymric, February 21.
William Spencer Hill
Rumble, Thomas. Liverpool, Celtic, July 31, 1914.
Rumble, Thomas. Tuscania, March 22. Commercial mgr. C/o J Macdonald Co. Toronto.
Salt, Henry Jordan. Tuscania, March 22. December 22, 1878. En route to 190 South Street, Boston.
Samoilescue, David. Transylvania, April 6. Actor. En route to 430 East 149th Street, NYC.
Schwarcz, Max. Chicago, March 2. En route to 137 Madison Ave.
Scott, Alice A. Franconia, November 25, 1914. En route to husband, Arthur Scott, 22 Adams Street, North Adams, Massachusetts.
Scott, Arthur, 8. Franconia, November 25, 1914. Arthur Scott was Alice Scott’s son.
Seccombe, Elizabeth. Boston. Laconia, July 15, 1914. En route to Peterboro, New Hampshire.
Seccombe, Percy. Boston. Laconia, July 15, 1914. Percy Seccombe was Elizabeth Seccombe’s teenage brother.
Slidell, Thomas. Franconia, January 5, 1915. October 6, 1874. En route to 319 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Slingsby, George. Liverpool, Adriatic, December 3, 1914.
Stainton, William. Aquitania, July 19, 1914. Valet. C/o Mr. Charles Frohman, Knickerbocker Hotel, NYC.
Strauss, Julius. Nieuw Amsterdam, March 22. En route to Chicago.
Stroud, Constance. Philadelphia, San Urbano, March 21. En route to Y.W.C.A., in transit to England. Edward Stroud, Constance’s husband, from whom she was divorced but with whom she was traveling, did not accompany her aboard the San Urbano.
Stroud, Helen, 3. Philadelphia, San Urbano, March 21.
Stuart, Alexander. Tuscania, April 20. Building contractor. En route from Hotel Alexander, Permiston, Transvaal, to Waterbury, Ct. “Returning to England in a fortnight.”
Thomas, David Alfred. Tuscania, March 22. Coal Owner. En route to Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, NYC.
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher. Transylvania, January 19. Tailor’s traveler. En route to friend, Mr. Derby Dark, 505 Fifth Avenue, NYC. “Scar on left side of forehead.”
Vanderbilt, Alfred Gwynne. Olympic. August 30, 1914. October 20, 1877. En route to Vanderbilt Hotel, NYC.
Vernon (Butler), George Ley Pearce. Mauretania, 12 Jun 1914.
Vernon (Butler), George Ley Pearce. Philadelphia, April 8. Financier. En route to McAlpine Hotel, NYC.
Webb, Minnie. Transylvania, April 6, 1915. Maid. “Maid of Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt” en route to 66 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Whitcombe, Hugh Donald. Havana, April 29. Chauffeur, in transit from consulado in Havana, to England.
Willey, Catherine. Boston, Laconia, September 9, 1914. En route to Lake Forest, Illinois.
Williamson, Charles F. Baltic. November 14, 1914. April 14, 1870. En route to Ritz Carlton Hotel. Traveling with Amelia Baker.
Wise, Sister Isabel. Zacapa. April 23. Deaconess, Anglican Church. In transit from Kingston, Jamaica, to Northern Ireland.
Wright, Robert Currie. Olympic, September 23, 1914. En route to home, 985 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Oh.
Wright, Walter. Franconia, February 1. Managing director. En route from Stoke Park, Coventry, to Hotel New York, NYC.
Yeatman, Charles. Megantic, January 9. Manager. En route to sister- in- law, Mrs. E. Hanna, Toronto.
Yeatman, Cora. Megantic, January 9. Cora Yeatman was Charles Yeatman’s wife.
Yung, Phillippe Joseph. Liverpool, Franconia, December 7, 1914.
Yung, Phillippe Joseph. Franconia, February 1. Wool merchant. En route to friend, Carey Coale, 10 Bridge Street, NYC.
Arter, James Sydney. Seattle, Aki Maru, April 23.
Clay, Elizabeth Alice. Vancouver/San Francisco, Princess Adelaide, April 24
Cross, Ambrose. San Francisco, Siberia. April 12.
Dixon, Arthur. Vancouver, B.C. Niagara, April 10.
Dixon, Bertha. Vancouver, B.C. Niagara, April 10. Wife of Arthur Dixon.
Dixon, Stanley. Vancouver, B.C. Niagara, April 10. Son of Arthur and Bertha Dixon, 6.
Hurley, Margaret. Vancouver, B.C., Niagara, April 10. Masseuse. En route to Ireland. Margaret hurley was employed as Mabel Learoyd’s maid.
Jones, Margaret Drutler. San Francisco, Lurline, April 21. Resident of Honolulu for 25 years. Traveled with Mary Wakefield.
Lassetter, Elizabeth. San Francisco, Marama, April 21.
Lassetter, Harry. San Francisco, Marama, April 21.
Learoyd, Charles. Vancouver, B.C., Niagara, April 10. Wool buyer. Boarded in Sydney, Australia.
Learoyd, Mabel. Vancouver, B.C., Niagara, April 10. Wife of Charles Learoyd. Boarded in Sydney, Australia.
Macky, Joseph. Vancouver, B.C., Niagara, April 10. Merchant. En route to England from New Zealand, via Sydney, Australia.
Macky, Mary. Vancouver, B.C. Niagara, April 10. Joseph Macky’s wife.
Maclay, Bessie. San Francisco, Manchuria, February 15.
Ratcliff, Norman. San Francisco, Chiyo Maru, April 19.
Scott, Alick. San Francisco, Chiyo Maru, April 19.
Sutherst, Thomas. Vancouver, B.C. Niagara, April 10. En route to England.
Turton, George H. Vancouver, B.C. Niagara, April 10. Underwriter. En route to London from Brighton, Victoria, Australia.
Wakefield, Mary Gertrude. Honolulu, Niagara, August 13, 1914. Arrived under her maiden name of Mary Gertrude Smith.
Wakefield, Mary Gertrude. San Francisco, Lurline, April 21. En route to England from Honolulu, Hawaii. Pregnant. Accompanied by Margaret Drutler Jones.
Watson, Katherine. San Francisco. Shinyo Maru. March 22.
Wickham, Nina. Vancouver, B.C., Niagara, April 10.
Wordsworth, Ruth. Seattle, Aki Maru, April 23.
1914 Pre-war Lusitania crossings
Brandell, Josephine. February 6, 1914.
Brodrick, Carlton. January 9, 1914.
Brodrick-Cloete, William. February 6, 1914.
Lane, Hugh Percy. January 9, 1914.
Leigh, Evan Arthur. March 27, 1914.
Letts, Gerald. May 15, 1914.
Moody, Martha. June 19, 1914.
Moody, Martha. June 19, 1914. Daughter of Martha Moody.
Pearson, Mabel. June 19, 1914.
Posen, Eugene. January 9, 1914.
Stockton, Alfred. April 17, 1914.
Turner, Scott. March 16, 1914.
Varcoe, Lavinia. April 17, 1914.
Withington, Lothrop. January 9, 1914.
Return Voyages: How, and when, the Lusitania survivors returned to North America and other non-European points of origin. New York City arrivals, which represent the majority, are not noted as such. The U.S. Citizens who passed thru Immigration in NYC were required to state date of birth, location of birth, and current destination. Aliens who passed thru were asked a more comprehensive series of questions, although not date of birth. Subsequently, the extent of the information given below is not uniform from passenger to passenger.
Abramowitz, Shalom “Samuel.” Rochambeau, October 5, 1915. Furrier. En route from home at 4 Rue St. Anne, Paris to the Latham Hotel, 28th Street, NYC. Samuel Abramowitz was aboard the Rochambeau with his wife, Amalie, and 16 year old son, Josef, neither of whom were aboard the Lusitania.
Adams, Allan Heron. Orduna, July 18, 1915. Electrician, en route to home in Winnipeg, Manitoba. “Was passenger on Lusitania” written on his Ellis Island entry. This is the only case we’ve found in which such a reference was made.
Adams, Gertrude. Scandinavian, September 16, 1919. Gertrude Adams lost her three year old daughter, Joan, in the sinking.
Adams, William McMillan. Rotterdam, November 1, 1915. Born Sept. 5, 1895, Paris, France. En route to Hotel Marie Antoinette, NYC. Lost father, Allan H. Adams, in the disaster.
Aitken, Chrissy. Saturnia, February 20, 1920. Chrissy Aitken lost her father, James Aitken, brother, Jarvie Aitken, and three year old nephew, Jarvie Aitken, junior, in the disaster.
Allan, Lady Marguerite. Empress of France, Montreal, October 5, 1919. Lost daughters Gwen, 16, and Anna, 15, in the disaster.
Alles, Nicholas. New York, June 21, 1915. Record illegible, other than “District Court, 1885, New York” under Naturalization heading.
Amory, Phoebe. Orduna, August 16, 1915. “Going home to 602 Parkhurst Street, Toronto.”
Anderson, Barbara (child). Mauretania, December 25, 1919. En route to 215 1/2 York St. New Haven, Ct.
Arter, James. Ballarat, Sydney, Australia, March 17, 1922.
de Ayala, Julian. Carmania. June 25, 1921. Liverpool. Diplomat- Consul General. 331 Tower Street, Liverpool. This was Mr. de Ayala’s first return trip to the U.K., since May 1915. Record of his outbound voyage cannot be found; it is possible that he traveled directly to Cuba and therefore bypassed U.S. Immigration.
Barker, Martha. New York, July 19, 1915. En route to 621 Atlantic Avenue, Trenton, NJ. Lost daughter, Winifred, 9, in disaster. Accompanied on the New York by husband, Thomas, and daughter, Doris, 12, neither of whom had been aboard the Lusitania. They had arrived in Liverpool, aboard the St. Louis, on May 23, 1915.
Barnes, Allan Byron. Philadelphia, June 27, 1915. Manufacturer.
Beattie, Alan. Olympic, September 11, 1916. Departed Canada 1915. En route to Winnipeg. Alan Beattie lost his mother, Geneva Beattie, in the disaster. Beattie was ticketed for the June 18th crossing of the St. Louis, but did not sail; his name and identifying personal information appear, crossed off, on the manifest.
Bernard, Clinton. Quillota, May 12, 1921. October 4, 1888. En route to Jamaica, Queens, NY, with his wife, Pauline.
Bilbrough, George William. New York, July 19, 1915. Estate Agent. En route to wife, Smiths Falls, Ontario.
Bilicke, Gladys. Philadelphia, June 4, 1915. September 6, 1875. En route to South Pasadena, Ca. Mrs. Bilicke lost her husband, Albert, in the disaster.
Bilicke, Gladys. Majestic, November 14, 1922.
Bilicke, Gladys. Homeric, July 25, 1923.
Birchell, Henry. Montreal, Canada, November 17, 1919.
Bohan, James. Lapland, March 17, 1916.
Booth, Nigel Frederick (infant). St. Paul, August 21, 1916. Returned to Ottawa with his father, Chateau Laurier Hotel auditor Charles Henry Booth, and Louisa Mary Booth, months, neither of whom had been aboard the Lusitania. Mr. Booth had arrived in Liverpool, aboard the St. Louis, on July 30, 1916 and married his late wife’s younger sister while in England. Nigel Booth lost his mother, Emily E. Booth, in the disaster.
Boulton, Denis. Philadelphia, May 14, 1916. En route to 1359 Third Avenue, Louisville, Ky.
Boulton, Denis. Baltic, August 24, 1919.
Bowers-Bartlett, George Walter. Walmer Castle, December 21, 1918. En route to Blackstone Hotel in Chicago, Ill. Stay: 1 year/indefinite.
Bowers-Bartlett, Irma Florine. Walmer Castle. George Bowers- Bartlett’s wife.
Bowring, Charles Warren. St. Louis, June 7, 1915.
Boyle, James. St. Paul, October 25, 1915. Miner. En route to brother, Louis Boyle, Bellevue, Alberta.
Brandell, Josephine. Aquitania. April 30, 1921 Husband. Mr. Lawson-Johnston. 52 Seymour Street, London W1. Previous stay in US 1909/15. En route to mother- Centerville Station, Sullivan Co. NY. Born in Bucharest, Romania. “Without p.p. O.k. by U.S. Consul MacBride (cable)” handwritten notation on manifest. The US National Archives has on file several passports Miss Brandell applied for, but never claimed, in the years immediately after the disaster.
Brammer, Edith (child). New York, July 19, 1915.
Brammer, Elizabeth. New York, July 19, 1915. En route to 5 Charlotte Ave., Trenton, NJ. Became US Citizen, by nature of her husband’s citizenship, at the Court of Common Pleas, Trenton, September 26, 1914. She and Edith were accompanied aboard the New York by Richard Brammer, husband and father, who had arrived in Liverpool, aboard the St. Louis, on May 23, 1915.
Brodrick, Carlton Thayer. Body returned aboard the New York, May 24, 1915.
Brooks, James. Rotterdam, September 20, 1915. Born Lewiston, Me., January 4, 1875. En route to 202 Colorado Avenue, Bridgeport, Ct.
Brown, Daniel Taylor. St. Louis, May 21, 1916. En route to Hart Hotel, Los Angeles.
Brownlie, Margaret. Cameronia, October 29, 1922. Domestic Nurse. Widow. $220 cash. Resided in the US 1913-1915. En route to sister in law, Celia McKerman, 521 Pearsall Avenue, Freeport, NY. Margaret Brownlie lost her husband, Thomas, in the disaster.
Bryce, Annabella. Canada. Quebec, June 22, 1919. Previous stay in US, 1912-1915.
Bryce, Hugh. Canada Tool maker and machinist. Previous stay in US 1911-1915. En route to brother in law, Mr. Thos. Mitchell, 435 North Howard Avenue, Auburn, NY. Hugh and Annabella Bryce returned with their children, William, 3, and Isabella, 2. Annabella had been pregnant with William, born September 3, 1915, while aboard the Lusitania.
Burdon, Ellen. Metagama, Quebec, August 1, 1915 En route to Winnipeg, Manitoba. Born in England, three years residence in Canada.
Burdon, Robert (infant). Metagama.
Burnside, Josephine. Mauretania, Halifax N.S., May 9, 1919. Lost her daughter, Iris, and maid, Mattie Waites, in disaster.
Buswell, Peter. Tyrrhenia, March 27, 1923. Shipping agent, of #75 Leigh Hall Road, Leigh-on-Sea. Last in U.S. 1915. En route to office, 17 Battery Place, NYC. 3 day intended visit.
Byrne, Michael Gabriel. St. Louis. August 5, 1916. Southern District Court of New York, March 29, 1897. En route to 444 West 50th Street, NYC.
Byrne, Michael Gabriel. Liverpool, Baltic, August 10, 1920.
Byrne, Michael Gabriel. Carmania, October 6, 1921.
Byington, Albert. Verdi, May 6, 1916. Returned to Brazil June/July 1915. First North American voyage.
Cairns, Robert. St. Louis, October 8, 1916. Banking director. En route to Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, NYC/ offices of Lloyd’s Register of Shipping.
Cairns, Robert. Liverpool, Baltic, July 20, 1917.
Cairns, Robert. St. Paul, August 23, 1920.
Cairns, Robert. Plymouth, Caronia, September 26, 1920.
Cairns, Robert. Noordam, June 6, 1921.
Cairns, Robert. Berengaria, October 11, 1922.
Cairns, Robert. Liverpool, Baltic, November 6, 1922.
Cairns, Robert. Nieuw Amsterdam, October 13, 1923.
Campbell, Ada. Caronia, December 27, 1922.
Candlish, Ellen. Orduna, September 20, 1915. En route to 4903 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. Her husband, Arthur, died in the disaster.
Cassie, Kate Duncan. Saxonia, September 4, 1915. Housekeeper. Widow. En route to in-law, Mrs. Hunt, 30 Otis Street, East Milton, Massachusetts. On Lusitania passenger list as Kate Cassie Duncan.
Chambers, Guy W. Metagama, Quebec, November 14, 1915.
Charles, Doris. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Daughter of Joseph Charles.
Charles, Joseph Henry. St. Paul. Publisher. Destination: Home-Toronto.
Cockburn, Guy. Orduna, August 16, 1915. En route to friend. Mr. J.C. Wilson, Pasadena, Ca.
Colbert, William. Body returned aboard the Philadelphia, June 4, 1915.
Colebrook, Herbert. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Buyer. En route to home, 184 Westminster Ave. Toronto.
Collis, Edwin Martin. Philadelphia, June 4, 1915. September 28, 1877, Riverside Illinois. En route to Riverside, Illinois.
Condon, Della. Body returned aboard the Philadelphia, June 4, 1915.
Conner, Dorothy. Rochambeau, October 5, 1915. New Albany, Indiana. September 10, 1890. Embarked at Bordeaux, France, en route to Medford, Oregon.
Conner, Dorothy. Nieuw Amsterdam, May 2, 1919.
Cowper, Ernest. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Journalist. En route to home, at 43 Lyndall Avenue, Toronto.
Crosbie, Agnes. St. Paul, October 1, 1915. Domestic Servant. En route to 1345 Winwood Avenue, Wilmette, Ill.
Dalrymple, David. St. Paul, July 12, 1915. Lithographer. En route to friend, Mr. Schumacher, 1120 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, NJ.
Daly, Harold Mayne. Megantic. June 6, 1915. Quebec.
Dhenin, Thomas. Baltic, November 10, 1919. Printer Pressman. Fare paid by British Government. Previously resided in U.S. 1903-1915. En route to Mr. Pearson, 223 56th Street, Brooklyn. Thomas Dhenin traveled with his wife, Olivia, 23. His first wife, Evelyne, 33, and children Thomas, 10, and Isabella, 2, died aboard the Lusitania.
Docherty, Mabel. St. Paul, November 23, 1915. En route to husband, William Docherty, of Westbury, Long Island, NY.
Docherty, William (infant) St. Paul. Youngest survivor. Born March 5, 1915, Jamaica NY.
Donald, Archibald. Baltic, October 7, 1917. Engineer. En route to mother, Mrs. Donald, 14 Wendell Street, Cambridge, Mass.
Duckworth, Elizabeth Ann. Aquitania, November 11, 1921. Weaver. En route to daughter, Mrs. E. Smith, Tafmilk, Norwich, Ct.
Duguid, George. Praetorian, Quebec, July 7, 1915.
Dyer, Robert. St. Louis, June 7, 1915. En route to Redmond’s Mill, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Egana, Vicente. Mascotte, Tampa, Florida, May 14, 1918.
Elliott, Annie Louise. New York, July 19, 1915. En route to aunt, The Rectory, Carleton Place, Ontario. Annie Elliott lost her husband, Arthur, 30, in the disaster.
Ewart, Robert. Orduna, September 11, 1916.
Faulds, Andrew. Columbia. July 29, 1920. Tailor. En route to 1477 Stratford Avenue, Bridgeport, Ct.
Faulds, Margaret. Columbia. Andrew and Margaret Faulds traveled with their daughter, Jeanette “Jenny,” born 1908. There is no record of Jeanette Faulds entering the U.S. prior to 1920, nor is there a record of her entering the U.K. at any point after her parents immigrated to the U.S. 1909/11. She was not with them aboard the Lusitania, and although newspaper coverage did not mention it, it is likely that Mr. and Mrs. Faulds were traveling to visit or retrieve their daughter in 1915.
Fisher, Howard. Rochambeau, October 5, 1915. Wheeling, WV, January 25, 1866. Embarked at Bordeaux, France, en route to “The Mendota,” Washington D.C.
Foley, Mr. A.R. Body returned aboard the New York, May 24,. 1915.
Foss, Dr. Carl Elmer. New York, May 24, 1915. June 10, 1887, Fordville, N.D. En route to Hydro, Montana.
Frohman, Charles. Body returned aboard the New York, May 24, 1915.
Frost, Harry Robinson. Philadelphia, June 4, 1915. Shipper of wholesale groceries. En route to home, 1922 Robinson Street, Regina, Saskatchewan.
Galligan, Margaret. Washington, September 23, 1949. En route to 170 East 210th St. Bronx, NY.
Gauntlett, Frederick. Philadelphia, June 4, 1915. 1746 K Street, Washington D.C.
Grab, Oscar. St. Louis, June 7, 1915. May 12, 1886, NYC. En route to home: 150 West 79th Street, NYC.
Grab, Oscar. Espagne, October 31, 1917.
Grab, Oscar. Imperator, June 19, 1920.
Grab, Oscar. Nieuw Amsterdam, September 20, 1920.
Gray, James Paul. New York, September 9, 1915. Board of Trade. En route to home, 539 41st St, Oakland, Ca.
Haldane, James Cargill. Philadelphia, June 27, 1915. Clerk. En route to home, 733 East 325th Street, South Boston.
Hammond, Kathleen. Melita, Quebec, June 11, 1919. Mrs. Hammond, of Toronto, lost her husband, Frederick, 29, in the disaster. She died in Saranac Lake, NY, on September 22, 1919 at age 33. The location of her death suggests that she returned to Canada in the final stages of tuberculosis.
Hammond, Ogden. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Born Louisville Ky. En route to 80 Maiden Lane. Mr. Hammond lost his wife, Mary, 29, in the disaster.
Hampshire, Elizabeth. Carmania, April 7, 1920. Winder. Lived with sister, Florence Whitehead, also a Lusitania survivor, at 44 Hollen Lane, Glessop, en route to brother, E.E. Hampshire, 123 Columbia Avenue, Pawtucket, RI.
Hanes, Duncan Arthur. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Accountant. En route to home, 826 68th Street, North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Hanly, Patrick. Philadelphia, September 20, 1915. Manager. Previously in US 1910/15. En route to sister- Mary Hanley, Brooklyn, NY.
Hardwick, Charles. St. Louis, June 7, 1915. Born Brooklyn NY, November 10, 1865. En route to 135 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Hardy, Elsie. New York, September 9, 1915. Musician. Previous stay in US 1912-1915. En route to cousin, Mrs. Hopkins. 140 Bryant Street, Rahway, NJ.
Harris, Dwight C. Carmania, April 21, 1919. January 6, 1884, NYC. En route to 37 Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Henderson, Huntley. (Child in 1915) Aurania, Quebec, November 11, 1928. Clerk. U.S. Citizen. Born Yonkers, NY, 1904. Resided Maison Neuf, Montreal, 1905-1915. En route to uncle, Mr. Colin A. Lockerbie, 769 Cote Street, Antoine Rd. Montreal. Wife: Ida Henderson, 9 Ashburnham Rd, Bedford.
Henderson, Violet. Aurania. In North America 1890-1915. Previously resided at 76 Union Avenue, Montreal. Brother-in-law Colin Lockerbie. Maiden name Gower. Violet Henderson lost her sister and brother-in-law, Cora and Charles Yeatman, in the disaster.
Henshaw, Mabel. Cameronia, September 7, 1915. En route to Bath Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Mabel Henshaw lost her 5 month old daughter, Constance, in the disaster.
Hertz, Douglas Grant. New York, August 28, 1916. Lawyer. Previously resided in U.S. 1910-1915. En route to Planters’ Hotel, St. Louis, Mo.
Hill, Emmie Jane. St. Paul, October 1, 1915. En route to husband, Richard Geo. Hill, 995 Albans Street, Schenectady, NY.
Hill, Emmie Jane. Lapland, December 6, 1919 En route to husband, Richard Geo. Hill, 1831 Master Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hodges, William S. Jr. Body returned aboard the Philadelphia, Jube 4, 1915.
Hogg, Ellen. St. Paul, September 2, 1915. Entry largely illegible. Traveled aboard the St. Paul with her son, George, 7, who had not been aboard the Lusitania.
Holbourn, Ian. Cymric, November 7, 1915. Profesor. Holbourn was ticketed to sail aboard the St. Paul, October 6, 1915 crossing, but did not sail. He appears, crossed off, on the manifest.
Holland, Nina. California. December 22, 1915. En route to husband, Hedley L. Holland, 108 West 123rd Street. Became Citizen by her husband’s citizenship; Southern District Court, April 7, 1899. Mrs. Holland traveled with her 4 month old daughter, Eileen, with whom she had been pregnant aboard the Lusitania.
Holt, William Robert Grattan (15 at the time of the disaster). Berengaria, June 17, 1922. Broker. En route to Montreal.
Home, Thomas. Baltic, June 11, 1915. Buyer. En route to 22 Wellington St., Toronto.
Hopkins, Albert. Body returned aboard the Philadelphia, June 4, 1915.
Hoskins, Arthur. Metagama, Quebec, November 14, 1915.
Houghton, James T. Cameronia, June 7, 1915. Doctor. July 25, 1885, Saratoga Springs. NY. En route to Saratoga Springs, NY.
Hull, Winifred. Cameronia, March 14, 1916. Winnipeg, Manitoba. Winifred Hull was accompanied by her husband, George, aboard the Cameronia. He was not aboard the Lusitania; he arrived in Liverpool, aboard the Baltic, on December 10, 1915.
Inch, William Ernest. St. Paul, September 2, 1915. Engineer. Previously in U.S. 1910-1915, New York and Philadelphia. En route to friend, Mr. W.H. Ford. Woolworth Building, New York.
Jackson, Isaac. Philadelphia, June 4, 1915. Silk Weaver. Russian Hebrew; Lodz. En route to nephew, Mr. Brown. 144 14th Street, NYC.
James, Violet. Saxonia, September 4, 1915. Graduate Nurse. En route to Y.W.C.A. 526 Third Street, Edmonton, Alberta.
Jeffery, Charles. Adriatic, June 24, 1915. May 13, 1876, Chicago. En route to home, 312 Durkee Avenue, Kenosha, Wisconsin. Mr. Jeffery is on the manifest for the June 1 Lapland crossing, marked ‘Not on board.’
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. St. Paul, August 9, 1915. Merchant. En route to Claridge Hotel, NYC.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Liverpool, St. Louis, April 9, 1916.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. St. Louis, July 6, 1916.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Liverpool, St. Louis, October 22, 1916.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. St. Louis, December 10, 1917.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Liverpool, Carmania, February 27, 1919.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Nieuw Amsterdam, August 18, 1919.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Liverpool, Mauretania, January 6, 1920.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Imperator, March 2, 1920.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Olympic, August 15, 1920.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Baltic, July 24, 1921.
Jenkins, Francis Bertram. Aquitania, February 23, 1922.
Jolivet, Rita. Nieuw Amsterdam, September 30, 1915. “Calling or occupation: none.” En route to Hotel Brevoort, NYC. Opened on Broadway, at the Comedy Theatre, in Mrs. Boltay’s Daughter on October 23, 1915.
Judson, Frederick S. Rotterdam, December 22, 1915. December 1, 1890, Morris, Minnesota. En route to Morris, Minnesota.
Kay, Robert Belsher (child in 1915). Baltic, September 9, 1923. Scholar. En route to father, Mr. James Kay, 618 West 239th Street, Riverdale, Bronx, NY. Robert Kay lost his mother, Marguerite Kay, in the disaster.
Kempson, Maitland. Noordam, September 18, 1916.
Kenan, Dr. Owen. Nieuw Amsterdam, December 9, 1915. May 2(?) 1875, Kenansville N.C. en route to Kenansville, N.C.
Kennedy, Mrs. Caroline Hickson. Body returned aboard the Cymric, June 2, 1915.
Keser, Mary. Body returned aboard the Philadelphia, June 4, 1915.
Kessler, George. Rotterdam, January 30, 1916 January 23 (?) Mobile, Alabama. En route to 20 Beaver Street, NYC.
Kilwet (Killawe?) Winifred. St. Louis, June 16, 1916. Waitress. Previously in U.S,. 1907-1915. En route to Pittsburg, Pa.
King, Thomas Boyce. Body returned aboard the New York, May 24, 1915.
Knox, Samuel. Rotterdam, May 28, 1915. May 21, 1858, Gettysburg, Pa. En route to Germantown, Pa.
Lander, Edward Harris. Saxonia, June 29, 1915. Buyer. Business, 9 East 37th Street, NYC.
Lane, George Benjamin. St. Paul, July 12, 1915. Vocalist. Royal Gwent Singers, C/o David Office, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Lauriat, Charles E. Philadelphia, June 27, 1915.
Lauriat, Charles E. Liverpool, Cretic, April 12, 1919.
Lauriat, Charles E. Glasgow, Praetorian, May 4, 1920.
Lauriat, Charles E. Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, July 12, 1920.
Lauriat, Charles E. Liverpool, Canada, April 11, 1921.
Lauriat, Charles E. Olympic, June 22, 1921.
Lauriat, Charles E. Liverpool, Regina, April 12, 1922.
Lauriat, Charles E. Boston, Pittsburg, June 15, 1922.
Lauriat, Charles E. Boston, Scythia, June 18, 1923.
Lauriat, Charles E. Liverpool, Samaria, October 12, 1923.
Lauriat, Charles E. Scythia, November 12, 1923.
Lauriat, Charles E. Boston, Laconia, June 1, 1924.
Leary, James. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Employee of Brokaw Bros., NYC.
Leary, James. Liverpool, New York, July 16, 1916.
Leary, James. Kroonland, November 26, 1916.
Leary, James. Liverpool, Lapland, February 4, 1919.
Leary, James. Vestris, March 20, 1919.
Leary, James. Mauretania, November 25, 1919.
Leary, James. Mauretania, June 26, 1920.
Leary, James. Southampton, Imperator, January 30, 1921.
Leary, James. Imperator, March 7, 1921.
Leary, James. Aquitania, December 9, 1921.
Leary, James. Aquitania, June 9, 1922.
Leary, James. Southampton, Berengaria, October 22, 1922.
Leary, James. Mauretania, November 24, 1922.
Leary, James. Southampton, Majestic, April 16, 1923.
Leary, James. Aquitania, May 18, 1923.
Leary, James. Berengaria, November 23, 1923.
Lee, Bridget. Baltic, December 19, 1919. Domestic. En route to niece, Mrs. Peter Galligan, 172 West 65th Street, NYC. “U.S. 1890/1915. $5000 on deposit NY bank” annotation.
Lehmann, Isaac. Adriatic, June 24, 1915. July 31, 1878, NYC. En route to 290 Central Park West, NYC.
Levinson, Joseph. St. Louis, July 6, 1915. Clothing Manufacturer. En route to home, 107 Drummond Avenue, Montreal.
Light, Herbert. St. Louis, July 6, 1915. Actor. En route to Mrs. Rianhart, 246 Joyce St, Camden, NJ. Whoever filled out the form parenthetically noted (Mother?) after this entry. Herbert Light’s true last name was Barks.
Light, Herbert. Honolulu, President Wilson, September 2, 1922. On “business trip.” Permanent address, 115 W 47th Street, NYC.
Light, Herbert. San Francisco, President Wilson, July 13, 1923.
Lines, Ethel Moore. Philadelphia, June 27, 1915. En route to home, 120 Richmond West, Toronto, Ontario.
Lines, Stanley Llandolf Burnett. Philadelphia, June 27, 1915. Engineer.
Little, Ada Campbell. Caronia, December 27, 1922.
Lobb, Mary Beatrice Popham. St. Louis, December 6, 1915. En route to husband, B.P. Lobb, Government House, St. Vincent.
Lobb, Mary Beatrice Popham. Parima, May 6, 1918. En route with her husband, from their home in Castries, St. Lucia, to ? No corresponding arrival in the U.K. can be found.
Lobb, Mary Beatrice Popham. Liverpool, Lapland, June 29, 1919.
Lockhart, Reginald. St. Paul, July 12, 1915. Merchant. “Name of closest friend or relative in country from whence alien came: claims none.” en route to home, 36 Dale Avenue, Toronto.
Logan, Ruth. Kaiserin Auguste Victoria. November 13, 1920. Length of previous staying United States: 1914-1915. En route to brother, William Cooper, 31 Dover Street, Paterson, New Jersey. Ruth Logan traveled aboard the Kaiserin Auguste Victoria with her husband, James, and eleven month old infant, Robert. James Logan had been in military service since 1914. Ruth Logan lost her eleven month old son, also named Robert, aboard the Lusitania.
Lohden, Rose Emily Elsie. (Child) Philadelphia, August 11, 1916. En route to home: 1 Farmwood Park Avenue, Toronto.
Lohden, Sarah Louise Rose. Philadelphia. The Lohdens intended to cross on the New York’s July 31, 1916 voyage. They appear, crossed off, on the manifest.
Loney, Virginia (age 15) St. Paul, June 14, 1915. May 19, 1899, NYC. Traveled as Virginia Sedgwick, with Mrs. Adelaide Sedgwick and her daughters Adelaide, 18, and Aileen, 17. En route to 37 East 67th Street, NYC. Virginia Loney lost her father, Allan Donnellan Loney, and mother, Catherine Wolfe Loney, in the disaster.
Luker, Francis J. Orduna, September 20, 1915. Letter Carrier. En route to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. “No friends or relatives.”
Lund, Sarah. Philadelphia, June 27, 1915. October 6, 1887, Bluff Indiana. En route to Mr. Mounsey, brother, 4420 LaPorte Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Sarah Lund lost her husband, Charles Lund, and father, William Mounsey, in the disaster.
Macdona, Amelia. Body returned aboard the Philadelphia, June 4, 1915.
MacFarquhar, Grace. Aquitania, September 27, 1918. Bridgeport, Ct, July 2, 1898. En route to 203G Hollister Street, Hollister Heights, Stratford Ct.
MacFarquhar, Jane Ann. Aquitania. U.S. Citizen through husband, John MacFarquhar’s, papers, Court of Common Pleas, Bridgeport, Ct, 1896.
Mackworth, Margaret. Royal George, Halifax, N.S. August 24, 1919.
Mackworth, Margaret. Plymouth, Adriatic, November 8, 1919.
Mackworth, Margaret. Adriatic, August 14, 1922.
Mackworth, Margaret. Southampton, Olympic, November 8, 1922.
Marshall, Fannie. Mauretania, April 15, 1918.
Martin, Ruby. Cameronia, October 7, 1915. Nurse.
Mathews, Arthur. St. Louis, June 7, 1915. Buyer. En route to home, 536 Notre Dame de France Avenue, Montreal.
Maycock, Mary. St. Louis, October 1, 1915. Maid. En route to “Mistress, Mrs. Brooks, Greenwood, Pa.”
McClintock, Margaret. New York, August 16, 1915. Dressmaker. NYC 1912-1915. En route to Mrs. Lundy, 520 West 130th Street, NYC.
McColm, Christina. St. Louis, October 14, 1915. En route to husband, Mr. McColm, 58 Leroy Avenue, East, Ottawa.
McFadyen, Hugh. Saxonia, June 29, 1915. Engineer. En route to home, 30 Cedar Street, Galt, Ontario. Hugh McFayden was booked aboard the June 21, 1915 voyage of the Tuscania, but did not sail. His name appears, crossed off, on the manifest.
McKechan, Campbell (infant). Tuscania, August 23, 1915. Died of Lusitania-related injuries, 9/1915
McKechan, Elizabeth. Tuscania. U.S. Citizenship, Carlinville, Illinois, January 30, 1914. En Route to Eastern Heights, Gillespie, Ill. Lost son, John, 5, and (relative), Catherine Gill, in the disaster. Traveled to Gillespie with Agnes Fulton and her infant, Fullerton, who had arrived in Glasgow aboard the Cameronia’s April 12 crossing.
McLellan, Sarah. St. Paul, October 1, 1915. Domestic servant. En route to Prairie View, Ill.
McMurray, Leonard Lethes. Nieuw Amsterdam, November 4, 1915. Manufacturer. “Going home. 47 Yonge Street, Toronto.”
Meriheina, William. Chepstow Castle. Baltimore, Md, March 30, 1916. Salesman. Embarked at Capetown, South Africa, en route to NYC. “Wife: Ester M. 505 West 134th Street, NYC.” Meriheina worked for General Motors, and lived in Johannesburg, S.A.
Meriheina, William. Philadelphia, City of Athens, June 10, 1917. En route from Johannesburg, South Africa, to the Hotel Astor, NYC.
Michael, Dewi. St. Paul, July 12, 1915. Concert agent. Royal Gwent Singers, C/o David Office, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Middlemast, Isabella. Carmania, Halifax N.S. May 29, 1919.
Milford, Frederick J. Philadelphia, June 4, 1915. Houghton County, Michigan, Circuit Court, 1908. Box 84, Hancock, Michigan.
Mitchell, Arthur Jackson. Orduna, January 11, 1916. Leavenworth, Ks. December 7, 1869. En route to 125-127 South Racine Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Mitchell, Jeanette. Celtic, July 18, 1921. Widow. Last in U.S. 1913-1915. En route to friend, Mrs. Page, 124 Dickenson Street, Newark, NJ, for a four month visit. Jeanette Mitchell lost her husband, Walter Dawson Mitchell, and her son, Walter Dawson Mitchell, junior, in the disaster. Her brother, John Moore, survived.
Moore, Dr. Daniel Virgil. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. May 1879, Fremont, Nebraska. En route to Yankton, S.D.
Moore, John. Carpathia, July 28, 1915. Grocery Clerk. En route to home, Manchester Green, Manchester, Ct. John Moore lost his brother- in- law, Walter Dawson Mitchell, and his nephew, Walter Dawson Mitchell, junior, 10 months, in the disaster. His sister, Jeanette Elizabeth Moore Mitchell, survived.
Morell, Goldianna. Kroonland, September 14, 1916. En route to home, 73 Kendal Ave. Toronto. Traveled aboard the Kroonland with Rose Morell, 28, who had not been aboard the Lusitania.
Morris, Reverend Hugh Carlton Syddall. St. Paul, October 1, 1915. Lecturer. En route to Trinity College, Toronto.
Moses, Janet. Orduna, March 20, 1916. En route to 318 Rebecca Ave., Wilkinsburg, PA.
Mosley, George G. St. Paul, April 14, 1916. Tea buyer. En route to home in Calcutta.
Murdoch, Jessie. Orduna, October 21, 1915. Domestic. En route to Mrs. Ray, Brooklyn, NY.
Murray, Rose Ellen. Caronia, May 17, 1920. En route to 1515 Arch Street, Philadelphia. Mrs. Murray’s husband, Captain Christopher Murray, U.S. Navy, was a naturalized citizen, and she was an American citizen through him. Their usual US destination was “Navy Yard, Philadelphia.”
Myers, Joseph. Espagne, August 30, 1915. Embarked in Bordeaux, France. En route to home, NY. Traveled aboard the Espagne with his wife, Mary, and son, Roger, 3, neither of whom had been aboard the Lusitania.
Naish, Belle Saunders. Philadelphia, June 27, 1915. October 22, 1865, Charlotte, Michigan. En route to home, 2928 Pen Valley Place, Kansas City, Mo. Belle Naish lost her husband, Theodore, in the disaster.
Neville, Mabel Frances. Nieuw Amsterdam, February 24, 1916. En route to sister, Mrs. A. Edgarton, Delaware Avenue, off Hamilton Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Mabel Neville lost her husband, Albert, and children Evelyn, 14, Charles, 11, and Muriel, 4, in the disaster.
O’Donnell, Patrick. St. Paul, October 25, 1915. U.S. citizen, April 14, 1914, Hudson Count, N.J. En route to 317 Traphagan Street, West Hoboken, NJ.
Orr-Lewis, Sir F. Rotterdam, March 6, 1916. Financier. En route to home, 20 Beeway Street, Montreal, Quebec.
Osborn, Alexandra. Carmania. September 9, 1917. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Departed Canada 1915. En route to Hamilton, Ontario.
Owens, Cecelia. St. Louis, July 16, 1916. En route to home, Ellwood City, Pa. Cecelia Owens was accompanied aboard the St. Louis by her husband, Hubert, who had not been aboard the Lusitania. Hubert Owens arrived in Liverpool, aboard the Philadelphia, on June 13, 1915. Mrs. Owens lost her sons Ronald, 10, and Reginald, 8, in the disaster.
Padley, Florence May. Philadelphia, December 17, 1915. En route to husband, Mr. Charles Padley, Radisson. Traveled aboard the Philadelphia with her infant son, Charles, with whom she had been pregnant while aboard the Lusitania.
Parkes, William. Empress of Britain, May 7, 1921
Pavey, Lorna Mary. Metagama. April 20, 1921.Quebec. Governess. Departed Canada 1915. En route to Whennock, British Columbia. Intended to become a housewife.
Peacock, Elizabeth L. New York, July 19, 1915. En route to home- c/o Mr. J. Mahoney, Jerome, Az.
Peacock, Thomas Edward. New York. Student. Elizabeth Peacock’s 17 year old son.
Pearl, Amy Lea. Lapland, August 14, 1920. November 12, 1880, NYC. Amy Pearl lost her daughters Amy, 2, and Susan, 1, in the disaster. The Pearls were en route to 6 Maple Avenue, Haverhill, Mass.
Pearl, Amy Lea. Rotterdam, May 14, 1921.
Pearl, Amy Lea.Aquitania, April 7, 1922.
Pearl, Amy Lea. Olympic, May 23, 1923.
Pearl, Audrey Warren. (Infant in 1915) Rotterdam, May 14, 1921. February 5, 1915. NYC. Embarked at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France, with mother, en route to Plaza Hotel, NYC. Mrs. Pearl was accompanied on this voyage by her son, Vivian, with whom she had been pregnant while aboard the Lusitania.
Pearl, Frederic. Lapland. August 26, 1868, Haverhill, Mass. Amy Pearl’s husband.
Pearl, Stuart (child). Lapland. January 31, 1910, NYC.
Pearl, Stuart. Aquitania, April 7, 1922.
Pells, Mary. Megantic, Montreal, September 23, 1919. Nurse. En route to San Luis Obispo, California.
Phillips, Wallace Banta. Rotterdam, November 1, 1915. En route to 52 Vanderbilt Avenue, NYC.
Phillips, Wallace Banta. St. Louis, November 6, 1916. March 30, 1886, NY. En route to 29 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn NY.
Phillips, Wallace Banta. St. Paul, December 24, 1916.
Pickard, Frederick. Philadelphia, August 22, 1915. Chauffeur. En route to 55th Street, NYC. Entry written over and partially obscured.
Pirie, Robinson. Adriatic, June 24, 1915. Buyer. En route to wife, Hamilton, Ontario.
Plamondon, Charles. Body returned aboard the New York, May 24, 1915.
Plamondon, Mary. Body returned aboard the New York, May 24, 1915.
Pope, Theodate. Espagne, August 3, 1915. Embarked at Bordeaux. Born Salem, OH, en route to Farmington, CT.
Pope, Theodate. Seattle, Empress of Russia, September 22, 1919.
Pope, Theodate. Celtic, September 23, 1920.
Pope, Theodate. Berengaria, September 19, 1921.
Pope, Theodate. Western World, June 26, 1922.
Pye, Charlotte. Ascania, Quebec, October 27, 1916. En route to Edmonton, Alberta. Mrs. Pye lost her daughter, Marjorie, in the disaster.
Rankin, Robert. St. Louis, June 7, 1915. March 23, 1882, Ithaca, New York. En route to Hotel Seville, NYC.
Ratcliff, Norman Albert. Nieuw Amsterdam, February 24, 1916. Manager. “No mail address. Oriental Hotel, Kobe, Japan.”
Ratcliff, Norman Albert. San Francisco, Shinyo Maru, September 12, 1916.
Readdie, James Robert. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Clerk. En route to 102 Pierrpont St., Brooklyn, NY. James Readdie was book on the June 7, 1915 crossing of the St Louis, but did not sail. His name appears, crossed off, on the manifest.
Readdie, James Robert. Liverpool, Lapland, February 4, 1919.
Rogers, Mrs. F.A. Body returned aboard the Philadelphia, June 4, 1915,
Rogers, Percy William. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Manager. En route to home, 441 Euclid Avenue, Toronto.
Ryerson, Laura. Espagne, July 7, 1915. En route to 86 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Canada. Laura Ryerson was accompanied aboard the Espagne by her father, Dr. George Ryerson, who had not been aboard the Lusitania. Her mother, Mary Amelia Ryerson, was lost in the disaster.
Sandells, Thomas. Tuscania, June 21, 1915. Merchant. En route to Home, 479 Notre Dame Ave. Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Schwarte, Friedrich. Rotterdam, November 1, 1915, as Augustus Scott. Lace Merchant. En route to home, Havana, Cuba. Traveled with his brother, “Albert Scott,” who was en route to his home in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Secchi, Edith Helen. Tuscania, January 17, 1918. En route to husband, Herbert Secchi. 320 96th Street, NYC
Seferian, Leon. La Bourdonnais. September 11, 1921.
Sharp, Annie. Cameronia, December 7, 1915. En route to brother, John McKinnon, Worcester, Mass.
Shepperson, Arthur G. Saturnia, Quebec, September 14, 1919. In transit to San Francisco, USA.
Shymer, Ann. Body returned aboard the Philadelphia, June 4, 1915.
Simpson, Reverend Henry W. Charybdis, April 15, 1918. Photo artist. Embarked at Hamilton, Bermuda. En route to wife, Mrs. Simpson, 197 1/2 Yonge Street, Toronto.
Slattery, Patrick, Philadelphia, November 26, 1916.
Slidell, Thomas. Adriatic, July 30, 1915 June 15, 1875, Warrenton, Virginia. En route to 140 West 55th Street, NYC.
Slingsby, George. Rotterdam, March 6, 1916. Valet. “In service of Sir F. Orr-Lewis, 20 Beeway Street, Montreal, Quebec.” His employer, Frederick Orr-Lewis, had also survived the Lusitania.
Smith, Jessie Taft. New York, July 31, 1916. February 12, 1876, Braceville, Oh. En route to home, Braceville, Oh. Accompanied aboard the New York by her husband, John Smith, who had not been aboard the Lusitania.
Smith, John Preston. St. Paul, July 12, 1915. Royal Gwent Singers, C/o David Office, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Snowden, Thomas. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Foreman. En route to wife, 56 Lynn Field Street, Lynn Woods, Mass. Thomas Snowden had deserted his wife, and was returning to England with his mistress, Mrs. Eva Finch, of Lynn, Mass., aboard the Lusitania. Mrs. Finch died in the disaster, and Mrs. Snowden sued for divorce upon Thomas’ return home.
Sorensen, Soren. Kristianiafjord, November 12, 1916. Ship’s engineer. En route to Norwegian Seamen’s Home, 172 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY.
Spendley, Kate. St. Paul, March 14, 1916. Housekeeper. Widow. “Magyar- Hungarian.” Mother-in-law Mrs. Spendley, 3 Church Lane, Sunderland. Previous residence in US 1903-1915. En route to sister, Mrs. Bermel, 342 Dearborn Street, Buffalo NY.
Stewart, Christina. St. Paul, November 23, 1915. En route to husband, Jm Stewart, Toronto.
Stewart, John Knox (infant). St. Paul.
Sturdy, Charles. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. Buyer. En route to home, 166 Grand Boulevard, Montreal.
Sumner, Thomas. Halifax, Carmania, May 10, 1920.
Sweet, Frank Harold. St. Louis, August 2, 1915. Clerk. En route to home, 940 Dufferin Street, Toronto.
Tarry, Edward. Scandinavian, Quebec, August 22, 1920. Commercial Traveler. Previous stay in Canada, 1914-1915, Toronto.
Taylor, Harold. Saxonia, October 26, 1920. Book keeper. Resided in U.S. 1912-1915. En route to father in law, Mr. Haddock. 226 6th Street, Niagara Falls, NY.
Taylor, Lucy. Saxonia. Harold and Lucy Taylor traveled with their daughters, Marjorie Lusitania Taylor, 4, and Joan, 4 months.
Taylor, Richard. St. Louis, June 7, 1915.
Thomas, David Alfred. St. Louis, July 6, 1915. En route to the Plaza Hotel, NYC.
Thompson, Joseph. Carpathia, July 27, 1915. Boiler Maker. Widower. En route to home, 150 Nekonset Street, Canton, Mass. Joseph Thompson lost his wife, Sarah Anne, and son, Norman, 18, in the disaster.
Thompson, Maud. St. Paul, June 14, 1915. En route to Seymour, In. Maud Thompson lost her husband, Elbridge, in the disaster.
Tijou, Walter. Corsican, Montreal, October 30, 1919. Walter Tijou, and his wife Carrie and daughter Hilda, 11, neither of whom had been aboard the Lusitania, crossed the border into the U.S. at Detroit, on November 15, 1919. They were en route to a new, permanent, home in California. Walter Tijou lost his son Howard, 10, in the disaster.
Timmis, Robert J. Baltic, July 11, 1915. En route to Gainesville, Texas.
Timmis, Robert J. Manoa, San Francisco, August 24, 1915.
Timmis, Robert J. Honolulu, Shinyo Maru, September 5, 1916.
Timmis, Robert J. Aquitania, July 24, 1920.
Timmis, Robert J. Southampton, Aquitania, June 20, 1922.
Timmis, Robert J. Aquitania, July 28, 1922.
Timmis, Robert J. Aquitania, August 22, 1924.
Timmis, Robert J. Honolulu, President Taft, August 17, 1923.
Timmis, Robert J. Los Angeles, City of Los Angeles, September 1, 1923.
Trumbull, Isaac. Body returned aboard the New York, May 24, 1915.
Turner, Scott. Rotterdam, January 30, 1916. July 31, 1879, Lansing, Michigan. En route to Lansing, Michigan.
Turton, George Hendering. St. Paul, July 12, 1915. Insurance Manager. En route to “Royal Insurance Company, Melbourne, Australia, and wife, Mrs. Turton, Brighton, Victoria.” Turton was originally booked on the June 14, 1915 sailing of the St. Paul; his name appears, crossed off, on the manifest.
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher. New York, August 15, 1915.
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher. Liverpool, Philadelphia, November 30, 1915.
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher. Noordam, January 30, 1916. Commercial traveler. En route to Hotel Biltmore, Vanderbilt Avenue, New York City.
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher. Noordam, August 5, 1916.
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher. Plymouth, Nieuw Amsterdam, December 1, 1916.
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher. Rijndam, January 24, 1917.
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher. Liverpool, New York, January 6, 1918.
Wild, Agnes. New York. November 13, 1920. Housekeeper. Widow. Previously resided in the U.S. 1912-1915, Paterson, New Jersey. En route to sister, Mrs. J.L. Jumelet, 5054 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, Ca. Traveled aboard the Lusitania with her sister, Evelyn Wild.
Wild, Evelyn Norbury. Vauban, July 7, 1920. Teacher. Previously in U.S. 10 yrs- 1915. En route to father, 516 East 28th Street, Paterson, New Jersey. Traveled aboard the Lusitania with her sister, Agnes Wild.
Wilks, Alice. Saxonia, October 12, 1919. Nurse. Previously in U.S. 1913-1915, Winetka, Ill. En route to friend, Miss Q. Crosby, 1605 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, Ill.
Williams, Beatrice. New York, July 3, 1916. En route to uncle, Mr. Edward (contractor) Rock Island, Ill.
Williams, Edith (child). Orduna, April 28, 1916: Resided with aunt, Mrs. Foster, 7 Bank Road, Hoylake. En route to father, 94 West Fourth Street, Plainfield, NJ.
Williams, Edward (child) Orduna. The Williams children lost their mother, Annie, brothers George, 6, and David, 3 months, and sisters Ethel, 5, and Florence, 4, in the disaster.
Wilks, Alice. Saxonia, October 12, 1919
Williams, Thomas J. St. Paul, July 12, 1915. Vocalist. Royal Gwent Singers, C/o David Office, Pittsburgh, PA.
Winter, Thirza. Aquitania, October 24, 1924, as Thirza Bate. Previously in U.S. 1913-1915. En route to East Waterford, Pennsylvania.
Witherbee, Beatrice. Baltic, October 17, 1917. En route to 66 West 104th Street, NYC. Beatrice Witherbee lost her son, Alfred Scott Witherbee, and mother, May Brown, in the disaster.
Witherbee, Beatrice. Liverpool, Caronia, January 2, 1920.
Woodward, Robert. Adriatic. March 12, 1920. Coal Miner. “U.S.A. Resident, Returning” stamped on his entry. Fare paid by British Govt. Previous residency in U.S. 1912-1915. En route to friend, Mr. Edward Towne. 3730 Pierce Avenue, Niagara Falls, NY. Tattoo mark left forearm.
Wordsworth, Ruth. A missionary to Japan, Miss Wordsworth returned to the U.K. several times after the disaster; her final recorded arrival being in Manchester, on December 8, 1941, as the only English passenger aboard the Taborfjell, out of Montreal. However, she did not travel East by way of New York City or Canada, so as of yet we have not found her earliest departure from England.
Wright, Robert Currie. Philadelphia, September 20, 1915. Probate Court of the US, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, June 1885. 985 East Boulevard, East Cleveland, Ohio.
May 24, 1915.
Foss, Dr. Carl Elmer
June 21, 1915
July 19, 1915
Bilbrough, George William
Brammer, Edith (child)
Elliott, Annie Louise
Peacock, Elizabeth L
Peacock, Thomas Edward
August 16, 1915
September 9, 1915
Gray, James Paul
July 3, 1916
July 31, 1916
Smith, Jessie Taft
August 28, 1916
Hertz, Douglas Grant
November 13, 1920
June 4, 1915
Collis, Edwin Martin
Frost, Harry Robinson
Milford, Frederick J.
June 27, 1915
Haldane, James Cargill
Lauriat, Charles E.
Lines, Ethel Moore
Lines, Stanley Llandolf Burnett
Naish, Belle Saunders
August 22, 1915
September 20, 1915
Wright, Robert Currie
December 17, 1915
Padley, Florence May
May 14, 1916
June 11, 1916
August 11, 1916
Lohden, Rose Emily Elsie
Lohden, Sarah Louise Rose
June 7, 1915
Bowring, Charles Warren
July 6, 1915
Thomas, David Alfred
August 2, 1915
Sweet, Frank Harold
October 14, 1915
December 6, 1915
Lobb, Mary Beatrice Popham
May 21, 1916
Brown, Daniel Taylor
July 16, 1916
Kilwet (Killawe?), Winifred
August 5, 1916
Byrne, Michael Gabriel
October 8, 1916
June 14, 1915
Charles, Joseph Henry
Hanes, Duncan Arthur
Moore, Dr. Daniel Virgil
Readdie, James Robert
Rogers, Percy William
July 12, 1915
Lane, George Benjamin
Smith, John Preston
Turton, George Hendering
Williams, Thomas J.
August 9, 1915
Jenkins, Francis Bertram.
September 2, 1915
Inch, William Ernest
October 1, 1915
Hill, Emmie Jane
Morris, Reverend Hugh Carlton Syddall
October 25, 1915
November 23, 1915
Docherty, William (infant)
Stewart, John Knox (infant)
March 14, 1916
September 23, 1949
Armement Dominique Bordes & Fils
May 12, 1921
October 30, 1919
Empress of France
October 5, 1919
Allan, Lady Marguerite
August 1, 1915
Burdon, Robert (infant)
November 14, 1915
Chambers, Guy W.
April 20, 1921
Pavey, Lorna Mary
June 11, 1919
July 7, 1915
September 16, 1919
August 22, 1920
June 3, 1920
Compagnie Generale Transatlantique
September 11, 1921
July 7, 1915
August 3, 1915.
August 30, 1915
October 5, 1915
Abramowitz, Shalom “Samuel”
September 27, 1918
MacFarquhar, Jane Ann
April 30, 1921
November 11, 1921
October 24, 1924
October 27, 1916
November 11, 1928
June 17, 1922
Holt, William Robert Grattan
December 22, 1915
June 7, 1915
Houghton, James T.
September 7, 1915
October 7, 1915
December 7, 1915
March 14, 1916
October 29, 1922
September 9, 1917
April 21, 1919
Harris, Dwight C.
May 29, 1919
April 7, 1920
May 10, 1920
June 25, 1921
de Ayala, Julian
May 17, 1920
Murray, Rose Ellen
December 27, 1922
July 28, 1915
July 29, 1920
Kaiserin Auguste Victoria
November 13, 1920
April 15, 1918
May 9, 1919
December 25, 1919
Anderson, Barbara (child)
July 18, 1915
Adams, Allan Heron
August 16, 1915
September 20, 1915
Luker, Francis J.
October 21, 1915
January 11, 1916
Mitchell, Arthur Jackson
March 20, 1916
April 28, 1916
Williams, Edith (child)
Williams, Edward (child)
August 7, 1916
September 14, 1919
Shepperson, Arthur G.
February 23, 1920
June 29, 1915
Lander, Edward Harris
September 4, 1915
Cassie, Kate Duncan
October 26, 1920
October 12, 1919
June 21, 1915
August 23, 1915
McKechan, Campbell (infant)
January 17, 1918
Secchi, Edith Helen
March 27, 1923
September 30, 1915
November 4, 1915
McMurray, Leonard Lethes
December 9, 1915
Kenan, Dr. Owen
February 24, 1916
Neville, Mabel Frances
February 24, 1916
Ratcliff, Norman Albert
January 30, 1916
Vassar, William Arthur Fisher
September 18, 1916
May 28, 1915.
September 20, 1915
October 31, 1915
Adams, William McMillan
Phillips, Wallace B.
December 22, 1915
Judson, Frederick S.
January 30, 1916
March 6, 1916
Orr-Lewis, Sir F.
May 14, 1921
Pearl, Audrey Warren. (Infant )
Lamport and Holt Line
July 7, 1920
Wild, Evelyn Norbury
May 6, 1916
August 24, 1915
Timmis, Robert J.
March 17, 1922
May 14, 1918
Red Star Line
September 14, 1916
April 15, 1918
Simpson, Reverend Henry W.
H.M.S. Royal George
August 24, 1919
Union Castle Line
March 30, 1916
December 21, 1918
Bowers-Bartlett, George Walter
Bowers-Bartlett, Irma Florine
June 24, 1915
July 30, 1915
March 12, 1920
June 11, 1915
October 17, 1917
November 10, 1919
December 19, 1919
September 9, 1923
Kay, Robert Belsher (child)
June 22, 1919
November 22, 1919
July 18, 1921
March 18, 1917
December 6, 1919
Hill, Emmie Jane
August 14, 1920
Pearl, Amy Lea
Pearl, Stuart (child)
June 6, 1915
Daly, Harold Mayne
September 23, 1919
September 11, 1916
APPENDIX D: A listing of known dates of death for people mentioned in this article. Compiled by Mike Poirier and Paul Latimer.
1915, June 20th Clarke, Mr. Alfred Russell ( I ) 55 London, England ( Home- Toronto)
1915, July 31st Plank, Mrs. Harriet ( Slinger ) ( II ) 61 Skerton, England ( Home-Toronto)
1915, September 15th McKechan, Master Campbell Ballantyne ( II ) 14 mts Gillespie,IL
1916, January 4th Clarke, Reverend Charles Cowley ( I ) 64 Bath, England ( Home-Brighton)
1917, March 11th Anderson, Mrs. Emily Mary ( Pybus ) ( II ) 28 Darlington, England
( Home- Bridgeport, CT )
1917, April 2nd Wordsworth, 2nd Lieutenant Osmund Bartle ( II ) 29 KIA Calais, France
1917, April 2nd Hebden, Private Robert ( III ) 37 Calais, France KIA
1917, June 3rd Fyfe, Mrs. Jeanie ( Graham ) ( II ) 69 Johnstone, Elderslie, Scotland
1917, July 17th Luker, Mr. Francis John ( III ) 35 Saskatoon, Canada
1917, October 15th Gardner, Lance Corporal Eric Clarence ( II ) 21 KIA
1918, February 2nd Jones, Captain Arthur Rowland ( crew ) 38 Lost on HMT Avanti
1918, March 15th Wolfenden, Mrs. Dora ( II ) 52 ( Roden or Mills ) Manchester, Ashton, England
1918, May 27th Pells, 2nd Lieutenant Cyril Elmore ( II ) 27 KIA
1918, July 3rd Rhondda, Lord ( David Alfred Thomas ) ( I ) 62 London ( Home- Monmouthshire, Wales)
1918, September 9th Wallace, Lieutenant Cyril John George ( II ) 22 KIA
1918, December 10th Dunne, Mrs. Constance Eda Stroud ( Simpson ) ( II ) 31 Kensington, England
1920, January 19th Wickings-Smith, Mrs. Phyllis Bailey ( Fenn ) 29 ( II ) England
1920, July 23rd Whitcombe, Cadet Hugh Donald Gore ( II ) 26 Salonika, Greece
1920, September 13th Kessler, Mr. George A. ( I ) 57 Paris, France ( Home- NYC)
1922, March 9th Sandells, Mr. Thomas ( II ) 57 Winnipeg, Canada
1922, March 18th Jenkins, Mr. Francis Bertram ( I ) 38 Brewster, NY
1922, September 13th Gray, Mr. James Paul ( II ) 71 Oakland, CA
1923, March 1st Hardwick, Mr. Charles Cheever ( I ) 57 Orange, NJ
1924, February 25th Foss, Dr. Carl Elmer ( II ) 36 Havre, Montana
1924, April 8th Knox, Mr. Samuel McIlhenny ( I ) 66 Wilmington, Delaware ( Home-Philadelphia )
1925, March 25th Sharp, Mr. Samuel ( III ) 63 Burton, England
1926, November 14th Hill, Mr. Charles Tilden ( I ) 47 Neasden, England ( Home- Richmond, Virginia )
1927, January 5th Milford, Mr. Frederick J. ( II ) 47 Hancock, Michigan
1928, November 1st Smith, Mrs. Jessie ( Taft ) ( I ) 52 Philadelphia, Pa
1928, November 27th Whyatt, Mrs. Martha Ann ( Taylor ) ( II ) 74 Ashton, England
1929, October 17th Boyd, Mr. Fullerton Rimmer ( crew ) 51 Southampton, England
1930, January 6th Charles, Mr. Joseph Henry ( I ) 63 Toronto, Canada
1930, April 6th Gadsden, Mr. Arthur ( II ) 57 Leamington, Birmingham N., England (Home-Orange, NJ)
1932, August 18th Arter, Mr. James Sidney ( II ) 47 Federated Malay States
1933, June 23rd Turner, Captain William Thomas ( crew ) 77 Great Crosby, England
1933, July 12th Post, Mr. Eugene Henry ( Posen ) ( I ) 59 Marylebone, England
1933, September 12th Leary, Mr. James Joseph ( I ) 54 Hollywood, CA ( Home- NYC)
1933, October 18th Leith, Mr. Robert ( crew ) 48 Birkenhead, England
1934, May 10th Sharp, Mrs. Mary Jane ( Mills ) ( III ) 73 Burton, England
1935, November 10th Jeffery, Mr. Charles Thomas ( I ) 59 Philadelphia, PA
1936, October 11th Wiggins, Mrs. Sarah Helena ( Rogerson ) ( II ) 71 Southport,
1937, December 28th Lauriat, Mr. Charles Emelius jr. ( I ) 63 Cambridge, MA ( Home-Brookline, MA )
1938, February 15th Kempson, Mr. Maitland ( I ) 78 Birmingham, England
1938, July13th Harkness, William Herbert ( crew ) 52 Mayfair, Gateacre, Liverpool, England
1939, January 4th Cowper, Mr. Ernest Sedgwick ( II ) 55 Seattle, WA ( Home- Vancouver,BC )
1939, April 10th Secchi, Mrs. Edith Helen ( West ) ( II ) 59 Southport, England
1939, August 8th Timmis, Mr. Robert James ( I ) 75 Gainesville, TX
1940, November 1st Bowring, Mr. Charles Warren ( I ) 69 NYC, NY
1940, December 31st Martin, Mrs. Laura E. ( Truman ) ( III ) 80 Ilkeston, England
1941, July 21st Tijou, Mr. Walter Edgar ( II ) 70 Van Nuys, CA
1942, March 30th Faulds, Mr. Andrew ( III ) 55 Yonkers, NY
1942, April 17th Amory, Mrs. Phoebe ( Sledge ) ( II ) 92 Welland, Ontario, Canada
1942, April 21st MacFarquhar, Mrs. Jane Ann ( Grant ) ( II ) 79 Stratford, CT
1943, March 3rd Bilicke, Mrs. Gladys ( Huff ) ( I ) 77 Los Angeles, CA
1944, July 4th Needham, Mr. Henry Ernest ( II ) 59 Sidcup, Kent, England
1944, December 4th Baker, Mr. James ( I ) 80 Newquay, Eng ( Home- Beckenham, England)
1945, August 25th Turpin, Mr. Thomas Keith ( II ) 60
1945, November 19th Gadd, Mr. Lott Ketch ( crew ) 74 Los Angeles, CA
1945, December 23rd Howley, Mrs. Rose ( Howley ) ( III ) 79 Yorkshire, England
1946, May 27th Moore, Mr. John ( II ) 54 Manchester, CT
1946, July 8th Fisher, Dr. Howard Lowrie ( I ) 80 Arlington, VA
1946, August 30th Riddle, Mrs. Theodate Brooks ‘Effie’ ( Pope ) ( I ) 79 Farmington, CT
1947, January 9th Hill, Mr. William Spencer ( II ) 60 Aberdeeg, Wales
1947, January 26th Hounsell, Mr. Edgar Cyril ( II ) 60 Solihull, England
1948, February 3rd Rhys-Evans, Mr. Arnold Leslie ( I ) 55 E. Glamorgan, England
1949, March 9th Stroud, Mr. Edward Percy Wallace ( II ) 73 Wimbledon, Surrey NE, England
1949, January 18th Whitehead, Miss Florence ( II ) 75 Glossop, England
1949, June 24th Richards, Mr. Thomas Percy ( II ) 40 Cornwall, England
1950, May 8th Pierpoint, Mr. William John ( I ) 86 Liverpool, England
1950, August 25th Naish, Mrs. Belle ( Saunders ) ( II ) 84 Kansas City, Missouri
1951, May 17th de Gennes, Countess Maude Thompson ( Robinson ) ( I ) 68 Sunnyside, Queens, NY
1951. McGinley, Mr. Patrick (II) Cathcart, Scotland
1951, August 9th Gauntlett, Mr. Frederic John ( I ) 81 Chevy Chase, Maryland
1952, January 2nd Pearl, Colonel Frederic Warren ( I ) 83 London, England
1952, April 3rd Turpin, Mrs. Maud Adelaide Otway ( Hatchell ) ( II )
1953, February 21st Wordsworth, Miss Ruth Mary ( II ) 75 Taunton, England
1953, March Byrne, Mr. Michael Gabriel ( I ) 60 NYC, NY
1953, March 7th Hanes, Mr. Duncan Arthur Walpole ( II ) 70 The Pas, Manitoba, Canada ( Home-Saskatoon Saskatchewan )
1953, December 19th Frankum, Mr. Joseph William ( III ) 73 Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland
1954, June 1st Whiting, Mrs. Marion Enid ( Fish ) ( II ) 47 Bathavon, England
1955, February 20th Duckworth, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann ( Smith ) ( III ) 88 Bozrah, CT ( Home- Norwich, CT )
1955, October 24th Fish, Mrs. Sarah Mary ( Rogers ) 73 Bridgwater, England
1956, April 2nd Taylor, Mr. Richard Lionel ( I ) 72 Montreal, Canada
1956, April 30th Brooks, Mr. James Ham ( I ) 81 Paris Hill, ME
1956, October 29th Hammond, Mr. Ogden Haggerty ( I ) 87 NYC, NY
1957, February 9th Preston Smith, Mr. John ( II ) 70 Racine, Wisconsin
1957, September 6th Allan, Lady Marguerite Ethel ( Mackenzie ) ( I ) 84 Montreal, Canada
1958, June 9th Grab, Mr. Oscar Frederick ( I ) 72 NYC, NY
1958, July 9th Morecroft, Mrs. Fannie Jane ( Chamberlain ) ( crew ) 89 England
1958, July 20th Rhondda, Viscountess Margaret Haig Mackworth ( Thomas ) ( I ) 75
1958, December 29th Wakefield, Mrs. Mary Gertrude ( Smith ) ( I ) 81 Bridgenorth, Shropshire, England
1959, August 10th Rankin, Mr. Robert ( I ) 76 Provincetown, MA
1959, November 9th Ratcliff, Mr. Norman Albert ( I ) 80 Maidenhead, England
1959, October 15th Light, Mr. Herbert ( Barks ) ( III ) 76 Blythe, CA
1960, June 10th Taylor, Mr. Harold William ( III ) 68 Niagara Falls, NY
1961, February 4th Henderson, Mrs. Violet Alice ( Gower ) ( II ) 85 Bedford, England
1961, June 2nd Welsh, Mrs. Gerda (Neilsen ) ( III ) 74 South Shields, England
1962, December 20th Bestic, Captain Albert Arthur ( crew ) 72 Bray, Ireland
1963, January Seferian, Mr. Leon (III) NYC
1963, December 26th Jones, Mr. William Gwynne Parry ( II ) 72 London, England
1964, February 1st Pearl, Mrs. Amy Lea ( Duncan ) ( I ) 83 London, England
1964, March 13th Pearl, Mr. Stuart Duncan Day ( I ) 54 Litchfield Park, AZ ( Home- Phoenix, AZ )
1964, September 7th Stones, Mr. Norman ( II ) 77 Exmoor, England
1964, September 8th McDougall, Mrs. Alice ( Middleton ) ( II ) 74 Livonia, Michigan
1965, April 3rd Wickings-Smith, Mr. Cyril ( II ) 76 Bedford, England
1966, February 15th Snowden, Mr. Thomas E. ( III ) 81 Lynn, MA
1966, March 1st Smith, Mr. George ( III ) 84 Nelson, BC, Canada
1966, May Docherty, Mrs. Mabel ( Irving ) ( II ) 77 Ardmore, PA ( Formerly
Nutley, NJ )
1966, July 19th Owens, Mrs. Cecelia Mildred ( Smith ) ( II ) 87 Swansea, England
1967, January 30th Bernard, Mr. Clinton Percival ( I ) 78 Jamaica, Queens, NY
1967, February 14th Paynter, Miss Irene Emily ( I ) 82 Devon, England
1967, August 9th Dugger, Mrs. Dorothy ( Conner ) ( I ) 76 Washington, DC
1967, October 5th Rogers, Mr Percy William ( I ) 98 Toronto, Canada
1967, November 28th Hertz, Mr. Douglas Grant ( II ) 84 Novato, California
1968, January Hill, Mrs. Emmie Jane ( Haynes ) ( II ) 84 White Plains, NY
1968, April Beattie, Mr. Allan Martin ( II ) 72 Miami, FL
1968, May 8th Faulds, Mrs. Margaret ( Allen ) ( III ) 80 Hialeah, FL
1970, December 7th Harris, Mr. Dwight Carlton ( I ) 86 NYC, NY
1971, January 18th Kelly, Mrs. Charlotte Lillian Pye ( Ives ) ( II ) 84 Vancouver, BC, Canada
1971, March 2nd Bryce-Allan, Mrs. Marguerite Lucile ( Jolivet ) ( I ) 80 Nice, France
1972, January 6th Egana, Mr. Vincente ( II ) 72 Nampa, Idaho
1972, June 29th Stewart. Mrs. Christina ( Knox ) ( II ) 87 Toronto, Canada
1972, October 27th Docherty, Mr. William Thomas Jr. ( II ) 57 Haverford, PA
1973, January 31st Lander, Mr. Edward Harris ( II ) 90 Wa Keeney, KS
1973, June Inch, Mr. William Ernest ( II ) 85 White Plains, NY
1973, December 23rd Mainman, Miss Mary Frances ‘Molly’ ( II ) 75 Grasmere, Ambleside, England
1974, October 21st Lewis, Captain John Idwal ( crew ) 89 Lodi, CA ( Home- Stockton, CA )
1975, January 31st Walker, Mrs. Marian May ( Bird ) ( crew ) 99 Birkenhead, England
1975, April 4th Abbott, Mrs. Virginia Bruce ( Loney ) ( I ) 75 Southampton, NY
1976, January 4th Mainman, Mr. Edwin Richard ( II ) 67 Waveney, England ( Home- Beccles, Suffolk, England )
1976, April 5th Taylor, Mrs. Lucy ( Haddock ) ( III ) 80 Niagara Falls, NY
1977, 1st qtr Wood, Mrs. Annie Sophia Marsh ( Wright ) ( III ) 85 Faversham, Kent, England
1977, April 29th Bretherton, Mrs. Norah Annie ( Keating ) ( II ) 94 Wiltshire, Swindon, England
1977, May 19th Graham, Mrs. Elizabeth Eleanor ( Hampshire ) ( II ) 98 Pawtucket, RI
1977, August Annesley, Countess Josephine Mary ( Brandell ) ( I ) 85 NYC, NY
1977, December 16th Jolivet, Mrs. Beatrice ‘Trixie’ Wilhelmena Theodora Witherbee ( La Touche ) ( I ) 87 Vancouver, BC
1978, March 28th Cox, Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth ( Robinson ) ( II ) 89 Winnipeg, Canada
1978, April 2nd Hornberger, Mrs. Sarah Jane Lund ( Mounsey ) ( II ) 92 Niles, IL
1978, July 1st Sharp, Mr. George Samuel ( III ) 78 Burton-on-Trent, E. Staffordshire, England
1979, February 7th MacFarquhar, Miss Grace Marie ( II ) 80 New Britain, CT
1980, April 5th Lobb, Mrs. Mary Beatrice ( Jackman ) ( I ) 96 Chichester, England
1980, August 19th Bretherton, Mr. Paul ( II ) 68 Cheltenham, England
1981, November 30th Kay, Mr. Robert Belsher ( II ) 73 Maspeth, Queens, NY
1983, November 12th Fish, Miss Sadie Eileen ( II ) 78 Wandsworth, England
1983, December 21st Kennedy, Mrs. Elizabeth Sarah ( Mainman ) ( II ) 76 Cumba, Lancaster, England
1984, December 20th Gardner, Mr. William Gerard ( II ) 80 New Zealand
1985, January 12th Frankum, Mr. Francis ( III ) 76 Dunoon, Scotland
1985, January 14th Henderson, Mr. Harris Reginald ( II ) 80 Bedford, England
1986, February French, Miss Grace Hope ( II ) 95 Helensburgh, Scotland
1986, October 25th Scott, Mrs. Elsie ( Hardy ) ( II ) 95 Allendale, New Jersey
1992, February 27th Williams, Mr. John Edward ( III ) 86 Perth Amboy, NJ ( Home-Dunellen, NJ )
1992, May 12th Wachtel, Mrs. Edith ( Williams ) ( III ) 86 Carmichael, CA
1993, April 8th Thomas, Mrs. Helen ( Smith ) ( II ) 84 Swansea, England
1993, May 25th Woods, Mrs. Nancy Eileen Fenn ( Wickings-Smith ) ( II ) 78 Blackheath, London, England
2001, June 19th Scott, Mr. Arthur ( III ) 94 Hamilton, Ontario
2008, April McDermott, Barbara Winifred (Anderson) (II) 95 Wallingford, Connecticut.
Children named to commemorate the Lusitania disaster.
5/7/1915 Bronwen Lusitania Davies
5/7/1915 Ethel Lusitania Goaman
5/7/1915 Lusitania Christina Gommo
5/7/1915 Eva Lusitania Hooten
5/9/1915 Hilda Lusitania Clarke
5/11/1915 Doris Lusitania Osbourne
5/11/1915 Rosie Lusitania Race
5/15/1915 Lusitania Southwell
5/17/1915 Lusitania Mayo
5/25/1915 May Lusitania Butkus
5/28/1915 Lusitania Chick
5/31/1915 Phyllis Lusitania Bough
6/18/1915 Lusitania Pearce
6/19/1915 June Lusitania Barley
6/24/1915 Lusitania Smith
6/15 Lusitania Benci
6/15 Lusitania Bull
6/15 Lusitania Cartwright
6/15 Lusitania Dawe
6/15 Lusitania Fox
6/15 Lusitania Harper
6/15 Lusitania Haywood
6/15 Lusitania Nash
6/15 Lusitania Pearson
6/15 Lusitania Rayson
6/15 Lusitania Sharpe
6/15 Lusitania Walker
6/15 Lusitania Walton
6/15 Lusitania Watts
7/9/15 Lucy Lusitania Jackson
8/3/1915 Florence Lusitania Blanchard
9/3/1915 Lusitania Harter
9/14/1915 Georgina Lusitania Dyer
9/15 Lusitania Bennett
9/15 Lusitania Chevener
9/15 Lusitania Clarke
9/15 Lusitania Cranstone
9/15 Lusitania Harrison
9/15 Lusitania Heavingham
9/15 Lusitania Ryder
9/15 Lusitania Spence
9/15 Lusitania Stamp
9/15 Lusitania Wiggins
12/3/1915 Lusitania Colbridge
12/15 Lusitania Hayden
12/15 Lusitania Horncastle
Lest We Forget : Rather surprisingly, a search of U.S./U.K. birth and death records yields only three children named after the era’s most famous shipwreck:
5/21/1912 Wilfred Titanic Dyke
6/27/1912 Dolly Titanic Coon
3/25/1917 Rosina Titanic Saunders
Plus, this rather intriguingly dated birth:
4/2/1912 Edwin Titanic Pascoe, born 8 days before the start of the maiden voyage.