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The Titanic was carrying 2223 souls when it sank, and out of those 1517 died. 130 first class passengers died, 166 second class passengers died, and 536 third class passengers died. Most of the third class women and children died and most of the first and second class women and children lived. So sad.

I will start with the first class passengers now, highlighting a few at a time.

Name: Miss Elisabeth Walton Allen

Born: Sunday 1st October 1882 in St. Louis, Mo.

Age: 29 years

Marital Status: Single

Last Residence: in St. Louis, Mo.

1st Class passenger

First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday April 10, 1912

Ticket No. 24160 £211 ($334.94)

Cabin No.: B5

Rescued in lifeboat #2

Disembarked the Carpathia in NYC on Thursday, April 18, 1912

Died: Friday, December 15, 1967

Cause of Death: Heart Failure / Disease

 

Name: Mr Hudson Joshua Creighton Allison

Born: Friday, December 9, 1881

Age: 30 years

Marital Status: Married.

Last Residence: in Montreal, Québéc, Canada

Occupation: Businessman 1st Class passenger

First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday, April 10, 1912

Ticket No. 113781 , £151 ($239.71)

Cabin No.: C22/26

Died in the sinking

Body recovered by: Mackay-Bennett (#135)

Buried: Maple Ridge Cemetery, Chesterville, Ontario, Canada

 

Name: Mrs Bessie Waldo Allison (née Daniels)

Born: Sunday, November 14, 1886 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Age: 25 years

Married to Hudson J.C. Allison

Last Residence: in Montreal, Québéc, Canada

1st Class passenger

First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday, April 10, 1912

Ticket No. 113781 , £151 ($239.71)

Cabin No.: C22/26

Died in the sinking, body not recovered

 

Mr. & Mrs. Allison had two children on board: Helen 2 years old, and Hudson 2 months old.  Only Hudson survived the sinking, but tied in 1929 from ptomaine poisoning.

 

Mr. & Mrs. Hudson Allison.

Mr. & Mrs. Hudson Allison. -

The photo is of Mr. & Mrs. Hudson Allison.

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Posted February 24, 2012 by Joni in Uncategorized

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