90 items found relating to : Edith Haisman
|patch.com||EXPLORE THE TITANIC AT THE LACEY LIBRARY
The display consists of first, second, and third class plate sets; photographs of survivors; and jewelry from the ship itself. Egolf was invited on the Titanic expedition when they tried to raise a piece of the ship. On that trip, Egolf met Titanic survivors Edith Brown Haisman and Michael Navratil. After the expedition, Egolf got further involved in the research of the Titanic....
|9th April 2011|
|Unidentified Newspaper||OLDEST SURVIVOR OF TITANIC DEAD AT 100
SOUTHAMPTON, England -- Edith Haisman, the oldest survivor from the sinking of the Titanic, has died at 100. Mrs. Haisman died Monday at a nursing home in Southampton, 80 miles southwest of London, her family said. Mrs. Haisman r...
|22nd January 1997|
|Unidentified Newspaper||OLDEST TITANIC SURVIVOR PLANS VISIT TO SITE
Ceremony will honor tragic sinking BOSTON -- The oldest living survivor of the sinking of the Titanic wants to visit the site this summer and throw a rose into the Atlantic Ocean where her father went down with the ship 84 years ago. ...
|10th April 1996|
|coventrytelegraph.net||COVENTRY MARKS LINKS TO TITANIC ON 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF TRAGEDY
A RANGE of events have been scheduled for Coventry to mark 100 years since the Titantic sank. The city-based Titanic Heritage Trust has put together a fascinating programme of talks and theatrical events at Blue Coat School, Stoke, to mark the anniversary of RMS Titanic’s tragic sinking in 1912. The five-month programme begins this month. Events include the poignant reflections of David Haisman – a local relative of Edith Brown, the Titanic’s oldest survivor – who himself served in the Merchant Navy and worked as look-out on ice fields across the North Atlantic....
|1st November 2011|
|FRAGMENT OF EDITH RUSSELL'S LUCKY PIG TO SELL AT AUCTION
A tiny fragment of a Titanic Survivor's lucky mascot will go under the hammer....
|14th November 2011|
|EDITH RUSSELL'S PARIS BROTHEL
How a Titanic survivor nearly bought a house of ill-repute!...
|TWO NOTABLE WOMEN
Elsie Edith Bowerman 1889-1973 and her mother Edith Bowerman Chibnall 1864-1953...
|EDITH RUSSELL IN OLD AGE
A photograph of Titanic survivor Edith Russell taken in 1974...
|EDITH ROSENBAUM IN 1910
|EDITH ROSENBAUM IN 1912
Edith Louise Rosenbaum (later Russell) photographed by Henri Manuel, Paris, Oct. 1912...
|EDITH RUSSELL, HER LUCKY TOY PIG AND HER TITANIC DRESS
Titanic survivor Edith Russell pictured with her Titanic dress and her lucky pig...
|Libération||EDITH RUSSELL HOLDING HER LUCKY PIG
From 'Libération', 18 April 1958...
|18th April 1958|
|EDITH ROSENBAUM WITH HER LUCKY PIG, PHOTOGRAPHED SHORTLY AFTER HER RESCUE FROM TITANIC
1912 photograph of Titanic survivor Edith Russell picture holding her lucky pig...
|New York Times||DEATH NOTICE OF EDITH EVANS
EVANS---At sea, on the Titanic, Edith Corse Evans, daughter of the late Cadwalader and Angeline B. C. Evans and granddaughter of the late Israel Corse. A memorial service will be held at Grace Church, Broadway and 10th St., on Monday morning ,April 2...
|21st April 1912|
|TITANIC SURVIVORS: LIGHTOLLER, BOXHALL, EDITH RUSSELL
Titanic survivors including Edith Russell...
|Women's Wear Daily||EDITH L. ROSENBAUM
New York - Edith L. Rosenbaum - It was previously reported that Miss Rosenbaum, representative buyer for a number of New York firms and Paris correspondent of "Women's Wear," was among the survivors of the "Titanic" disaster. This morning the followi...
|18th April 1912|
Edith's father was Cadwalader Evans (1847-1880). He married to Angeline B. Corse (b. 1847), the eldest daughter of Israel Corse jr. (1819-1885) and Catherine Ketchum (1828-1906), on 28th May 1872. Their first daughter, Lena Cadwalader...
|GRAVES OF MRS. EDITH GRAHAM AND DAUGHTER MARGARET GRAHAM MOORE
The graves of Mrs. Edith Graham, and her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Graham Moore, at the Putnam Cemetery in Greenwich, Connecticut....
|Washington Times||MISS EDITH GRACIE
||18th April 1912|
|EDITH 'RUSSELL' ROSENBAUM
|Oshkosh Northwestern||EDITH RUSSELL IN 1934
|EDITH RUSSELL 1921 PASSPORT PIC
|EDITH RUSSELL ON THE SET OF 'A NIGHT TO REMEMBER'
|New York Times||JURY FREES MISS EDITH ROSENBAUM
Miss Edith Rosenbaum, a fashion writer, was acquitted yesterday by a jury in Judge Mayer's Part of the Federal District Court of a charge of having failed to declare a number of evening gowns, which she brought here from France last June. The in...
|29th March 1918|
|EDITH ROSENBAUM RUSSELL FROM A PORTRAIT BY ARNOLD GENTHE
|LENA EVANS, SISTER OF EDITH
1922 passport picture ...
|1911 CENSUS - ALLISON FAMILY
In the 1911 Canadian census, The Allison family are living at 464 Roslyn Avenue in Westmount, Quebec. Hudson's occupation is listed as "financial broker". He worked 40 hours a week and had life insurance at the time of the census. Bes...
|HENRY BREWER'S WIFE?
This is the family story as it has been passed to me form my grandparents, Edith and William Prewitt, now deceased and my father, Ronald Prewitt, very much alive as of 11/25/2005 born 3/16/1920. I spoke with him this ev...
|1911 Census||EDITH AND TREASTEALL PEACOCK IN THE 1911 CENSUS
Here is the 1911 census for Edith and her daughter, Treasteall. They were living in a four room house at 17 Orchard Place, Southampton. Name: Trea...
|2nd April 1911|
|New York Times||EDITH RUSSELL OBITUARY
Edith Russell, Writer, 98, Dead; Fled Titanic with Lucky Toy Pig...
|6th May 1975|
|RELIEF FUND EXTRACTS - ARTHUR ALBERT HOWELLS
|EDITH [ROSENBAUM] RUSSELL, 1975
Pictured at a TV studio...
|EDITH [ROSENBAUM] RUSSELL'S PIG
The Musical Toy That Played 'The Maxixe'...
|Southern Daily Echo||DEATH NOTICE: FANK PARSONS
Parson, Frank, Alfred Aged 26, Dearly Loved Husband of Edith Parsons of 38 Bugle Street. [Also Hampshire Independent 4th May 1912]...
|29th April 1912|
|The ChronicleHerald.ca (Halifax Herald)||EMOTIONAL STORY FOR VICTIM'S COUSIN
Interview with Edith Benoit, of Halifax, NS, whose cousin, George Wright, a self-made millionaire businessman, perished on board Titanic. His body was never recovered....
|15th April 2007|
|Women's Wear Daily||EDITH L. ROSENBAUM REPORTED HURT IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
A number of the daily papers this morning have the following press dispatch from Rouen, France: "Rouen, Monday: – Miss Edith Rosenbaum, an American, was seriously injured today in an automobile accident while on her way to this city from Paris. A Ger...
|22nd August 1911|
Gee, Arthur, of ''Morningside'' Riley Avenue, St. Annes on Sea, Lancashire. Probate registered, London, 16th July, 1912, to Edith Gee, widow, William Edward Horrocks, chemist and Henry Scholes bank clerk. Effects £4,240.10.11d....
|16th July 1912|
|BBC Northern Ireland||BROADCAST ARCHIVE KEEPS PAST ALIVE
To hear the voice of Edith Russell, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, is one of those "hairs on the back of the neck" moments. Here was a woman who had told a BBC Northern Ireland radio programme that she was "the next to last passenger in the last lifeboat, and the only lifeboat that was full. ...
|9th December 2006|
|Titanic Research||THE BROWNS PREPARE TO ABANDON SHIP
Her father stood in the doorway of their cabin and said, ''There's talk that the ship has hit an iceberg.'' It was those fateful words that were to change their lives forever. Edith, along with her mother Elizabeth, were sharing a Secon...
|3rd August 2003|
|New York Times||MISS ROSENBAUM HURT IN FRANCE
ROUEN, France, Aug. 21---Miss Edith Rosenbaum, an American, was seriously injured to-day in an automobile accident while on the way to this city from Paris. A German merchant named Lewe, who was driving the car, was killed....
|22nd August 1911|
|PROBATE REPORT (WILLIAM BOWERMAN)
Bowerman, William of Thorncliffe, 145 London-road St. Leonards-on-sea gentleman died 3 May 1895 Probate London to Edith Martha Bowerman widow George Bowerman gentleman and John Wilkie Bell butcher Effects £2851 19s 3d...
|coventrytelegraph.net||TITANIC SURVIVOR'S SON RECOUNTS STORY TO COVENTRY SCHOOLKIDS - COVENTRY TELEGRAPH
THE son of Titanicâ€™s oldest survivor came to Coventry to share his motherâ€™s harrowing tale of survival on the maiden voyage. Edith Brown was just 15 when she sailed on the Titanic as a second-class passenger with her mum and dad. Before her death in 1997 at the age of 101, she told her 10 children about the tragic sinking of the legendary vessel, which struck an iceberg 400 miles off Newfoundland, Canada, on April 14 1912....
|28th November 2011|
|Record Eagle||STAR DENIES SHE'S QUITTING
|15th May 1953|
|Doncaster Evening Post||SAVED FROM OCEAN THANKS TO A TOY PIG
A PROMISE and a toy pig saved an American woman from drowning on the Titanic's maiden voyage 62 years ago....
|7th June 1974|
|Hammond Times||DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES : ERNEST PEARSON
PEARSON--Ernest Pearson, age 65, of 4929 Hickory Ave., passed away Wednesday 2 a.m., Valparaiso, Ind. Funeral services Friday 2 p.m., Dalton funeral home, 727 Carroll St., Hammond. Rev. Elmer Nicholson oficiating. Burial Elmwood cemetery. Survi...
|18th October 1951|
|The Washington Times||COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES IN NEW YORK
Colonel, Long Resident of Washington, Ill Only a Short Time --- Col. Archibald Gracie, of New York and Washington, the last man to be saved from the sinking Titanic when that ocean palace sank in mid-Atlantic last ...
|4th December 1912|
|Brooklyn Daily Times||FAR ROCKAWAY GIRL SAFE ON CARPATHIA
Miss Edith Louise Rosenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenbaum, of Merrill road, Far Rockaway, was among the passengers on the Titanic who were rescued by the Carpathia. Mr. and Mrs. Roosenbaum were distracted from the time they heard of the ...
|17th April 1912|
|New York Times||TITANIC SURVIVOR DIES
Mrs. Edith Temple Gracie Adams, wife of Captain Dunbar Adams, and daughter of the late Colonel Archibald Gracie of Washington, died Tuesday of pneumonia, following influenza, at the Nursery and Child's Hospital. Mrs. Adams was a survivor of the Tita...
|2nd January 1919|
|Western Morning News||THE FEARS OF RELATIVES
In connection with the Women’s Missionary Auxiliary at the Zion United Methodist Church, St. Austell, on Wednesday evening, Mr. W. J. Nicholls, who presided, referred to the loss of the Titanic. There were those in their own neighbourhood who had be...
|19th April 1912|