Pres. Hays Widow Leaves For Home

Pres. Hays Widow Leaves For Home

Worcester Evening Gazette

New York, April 19- Upon the arrival of the Carpathia, Mrs. Charles M. Hays, wife of the president of the Grand Trunk railway, who went down with the ill-fated Titanic and her two daughters, Mrs. Thornton Davidson and Miss. Margaret Hays, were met by relatives at the pier and taken to the Grand Central station, where they left for Montreal on a special train. Dr. J. Alexander Hutchinson, of Montreal, her family physician, accompanied Mrs. Hays on the special train.

Another survivor of the Titanic, Mrs. George Widener, whose husband was lost, hurried from New York on a special train to her home in Philadelphia.

Related Biographies:
Orian Davidson
Clara Jennings Hays
Margaret Bechstein Hays
Eleanor Widener
Dr. J. Alexander Hutchinson

Julie Dowen
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