74 items found relating to : Emily Borie Ryerson
|New York Times||DEATH NOTICE OF ARTHUR L. RYERSON, JR.
RYERSON---April 8, 1912. Arthur L., age 20 years, son of Arthur and Emily Borie Ryerson. Funeral services St. Mark’s Church, Philadelphia, on Friday, April 19, at 3 P. M....
|17th April 1912|
Arthur Larned Ryerson was born on 12th January 1851 in Chicago, the son of Joseph Turner Ryerson (1813-1883) and Ellen Griffin Larned (1827-1881). He had three younger siblings: Edward Larned (b. 1855), Eleanor (b. 1858) and Josephine (b. 1865)....
|New York Times||MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT
Married --- CLARKE-RYERSON---On Saturday, Oct. 23, 1915, at Christ’s Church, Cooperstown, N. Y., Emily Borie, daughter of the late Arthur Ryerson, Esq., of Ringwood, and George Hyde Clarke, of Hyde Hall, Cooperstown, N. Y....
|26th October 1915|
|New York Times||TITANIC WIDOW TO WED
Mrs. Ryerson of Chicago Will Marry Forsythe Sherfesse, Financier --- CHICAGO, Dec. 1 (AP)---Mrs. Emily Borie Ryerson, whose husband, Albert [sic] Ryerson, lost his life when the Titanic sank, will be married next week, it is announced, ...
|2nd December 1927|
|Chronicle||BOUND BROOK INTEREST IN THE WRECK
Aside from the deep interest in the loss of the Titanic, Bound Brook had a special anxiety to know the fate of the Ryerson family, of Philadelphia, Mrs. Arthur Ryerson being a daughter of Mrs. John J. Borie and a sister of Adolph E. Borie, of Piedmon...
|19th April 1912|
|New York Times||MISS RYERSON TO WED
Titanic Survivor Is Engaged to George Hyde Clark --- Special to The New York Times --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., Sept. 4---Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of Chicago and Philadelphia announced today the engagement of her daughter, Miss Emil...
|5th September 1915|
|Chicago Tribune||NEWS OF THE SOCIETY WORLD : MRS. RYERSON RETURNING
One of the many evidences of Mrs. Marshall Field’s loyalty to Chicago, in spite of nearly a decade spent away from here, is that she has always kept her box for the symphony concerts and has never failed to fill it with friends at each after...
|13th October 1913|
|New York Times||MRS. S. BEACH COOKE
Special to The New York Times --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., June 25---Mrs. Emily Borie Ryerson Cooke, widow of S. Beach Cooke, an artist and writer, died today of a cerebral hemorrhage at Ringwood, her home here. She was 66 years old. ...
|26th June 1960|
|New York Times||MRS. E. B. SHERFESEE, ONCE HOOVER AIDE
Head of the American Fund for French Wounded Won Croix de Guerre---Titanic Survivor --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., Dec. 29---Mrs. Emily Borie Sherfesee, wife of Forsythe Sherfesee, former fiananc...
|30th December 1939|
|MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO SUZETTE RYERSON AND HER MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER
|Chicago Tribune||ROUND ABOUT THE SOCIETY WORLD.
Page 15 A number of Chicago relatives and friends will leave for the east Oct. 20 to attend the wedding of Miss Emily Ryerson and George Hyde Clark, which will take place on Oct. 23 at Ringwood, near Cooperstown, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Edw...
|7th October 1915|
|Evening Bulletin||POSTPONE RYERSON FUNERAL
Services for Youth Killed by Motor Deferred Pending Arrival of Relatives Rescued From Titanic --- The funeral of young Arthur L. Ryerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ryerson, of Haverford, who was killed in a motor car accident with John...
|18th April 1912|
|New York Times||EMILY RYERSON CLARKE SUES FOR DIVORCE
RENO, Nev., June 2 *** Mrs. Emily Borlie Clarke brought suit for divorce on ground of cruelty against George Hyde Clarke, to whom she was married at Cooperstown, N. Y., on Oct. 23, 1915. Agreement has been made regarding custoday of the...
|3rd June 1932|
|EMILY RYERSON AND FORSYTHE SHERFESEE
|New York Times||JOHN RYERSON
John Ryerson, an amateur golfer and one of last survivors of the sinking of the Titanic, died Tuesday at a nursing home in West Palm Beach, Fla. He was 87 years old. Mr. Ryerson was born in Chicago, a scion of the Ryerson steel...
|24th January 1986|
|WILLIAM EDWY RYERSON : EXTRA INFORMATION
William Edwy Ryerson was born on 7th dec 1878 in Portland Dover, the son of George Arthur Ryerson and Catherine Hamilton. William had a brother, George A Ryerson born in 1880. when Williams father died on 21 january 1881, his mother took him an...
|New York Times||V. A. SALVATORE TO WED
Sculptor Engaged to Miss Ellen A. Ryerson of Chicago --- Special to The New York Times --- CHICAGO, Dec. 23---Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of 2,700 Lakeview Avenue announced yesterday the engagement of her third daughter, Miss Elle...
|24th December 1917|
|New York Times||CHICAGO WIDOW SENDS PLANE FOR BRIDEGROOM BUT GALE DELAYS 9,000-MILE RACE TO ALTAR
Special to The New York Times --- CHICAGO, Dec. 9---Mrs. Emily Boris [sic] Ryerson, wealthy widow of Arthur Ryerson, the steel maker, who was lost on the Titanic, today dispatched an airplane to St. Paul in an effort to bring her fiancé...
|10th December 1927|
|New York Times||MISS EMILY R. CLARKE A PROSPECTIVE BRIDE
Cooperstown Girl Betrothed to Danilo Machado of Havana --- Announcement has been made here by Mrs. S. Beach Cooke of Cooperstown, N. Y., of the engagement of her second daughter, Miss Emily Ryerson Hyde Clarke, to Danilo Machado, son of...
|4th October 1939|
|Tucson Citizen||STORIES FROM THE TITANIC
When I arrived at the Titanic Artifact Exhibition in the Rialto Building on Congress Street I received my boarding pass a replica tickets from White Star Line that included the name of an actual passenger who made the voyage. My name was Mrs. Arthur Emily Ryerson and I was traveling back home to America with my husband 3 children and maid to attend the funeral of one of my sons who had been killed in an automobile accident. The party was traveling 1st class in cabins on the B deck....
|14th December 2010|
IN LOVING MEMORY OF ARTHUR RYERSON OF RINGWOOD, OTSEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK ELDEST SON OF JOSEPH TURNER RYERSON OF CHICAGO AND ELLEN LARNED HIS WIFE BORN JANUARY 12, 1851, LOST ON S.S. TITANIC APRI...
|New York Times||G. H. CLARKE JR. KILLED
Lieutenant in Army Air Forces Was Completing Training --- Lieutenant George Hyde Clarke Jr., Army Air Forces, eldest son of Mrs. S. Beach Cooke of 530 Park Avenue and Cooperstown, N. Y. and of George Hyde Clarke of Hyde Hall, Cooperstow...
|13th June 1943|
|New York Times||OBITUARY NOTES
*** Mrs. JOHN J. BORIE of Philadelphia, died Wednesday while visiting her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Reyerson, at Boston, Mass. Mrs. Borrie was born in Perth Amboy seventy-nine years ago. ***...
|21st February 1913|
William Edwy Ryerson was the son of George Arthur Ryerson (1851-1881) and Catherine Eleanor Hamilton (1854-1889). He was born in Port Dover, Ontario, Canada. His parents were married in 1875 and had three sons: George (b.1877), William Edwy (b. 1878)...
|Evanston Daily News||NO EVANSTONIANS ABOARD
There were no Evanstonians aboard the ship. Arthur Ryerson and family, formerly of Lake Forest and well known in local social circles were among the passengers. All are reported saved except Mr. Ryerson. Mrs. Ida S. Hippach and daughter Jean...
|16th April 1912|
|1901 CENSUS - PENZANCE, CORNWALL
The 1901 UK Census confirms Harry Cotterill was living at 26 Adelaide Street, Penzance, Cornwall, aged 10. With him his grandmother, Jane Cotterill (b.1828), his widowed mother Emily Jane Cotterill nee Wallis (b.1861), 2 sisters, Emily & Minnie and ...
|Daily Graphic||EMILY RICHARDS AND SONS
Emily Richards and the two sons who were with her on the Titanic....
|4th May 1912|
|Public Ledger||ARTHUR RYERSON
||21st April 1912|
|Hopewell Herald||MRS. EMILY THOMAS BLACKWELL
Mrs. Emily Thomas Blackwell wife of Stephen Weart Blackwell of New York City was buried in the Old School Baptist Churchyard in this place saturday afternoon. The funeral was held from the residents of ex-Senator...
|19th December 1906|
|New York Times||ART SHOW OPENS AT COOPERSTOWN
ART SHOW OPENS AT COOPERSTOWN --- 56 Participants in Exhibit of 176 Items---Portrait of A. B. Ryerson a Feature --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- COOPERSTOWN, N, Y., Aug. 19---The Summer exhibit of the C...
|21st August 1933|
|New York Times||MRS. D. R. BENJAMIN WED TO G. H. CLARKE
Ceremony by Justice P. J. McCook Soon After the License Is Obtained --- Mrs. Dorothy Rennard Benjamin of the Hotel Berkshire and George Hyde Clarke of Hyde Hall, Cooperstown, N. Y., obtained a marriage license at the Municipal Building ...
|13th December 1933|
|1911 Census||WILLIAM EDWARD BESSANT IN 1911 CENSUS
William Bessant was residing at 36 Henry Road, FREEMANTLE, Southampton at the time of the 1911 census. He was recorded as being a labourer. He was arried to Emily Ellen for 17 years. They had five children Char...
|Jerseyman||MRS. PATTERSON IS CALLED BY DEATH
(Morristown, New Jersey) Page 1 Wife of Editor of Jerseyman Dies in Memorial Hospital Mrs. Susan Ryerson Patterson, daughter of Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of Chicago, and wife of George W. Patterson, Jr., editor of THE J...
|14th January 1921|
|Washington Herald||PEUCHEN COMES BACK AT ISMAY
Charge of Negligence Preferred by Canadian Official Is Supported by Witness --- New York, April 20---Although J. Bruce Ismay branded the story as "absurd," Maj. Arthur Godfrey Peuchen, vice commodore of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club and...
|21st April 1912|
|Southern Daily Echo||DEATH NOTICE
Russell, Boysie Richard. Dearly beloved Eldest Son of Richard and Emily Russell, of the Anchor Hotel, Redbridge, In His 16th Year. [Also Hampshire Independent 4th May 1912]...
|29th April 1912|
|Irish Independent||THE GOLDSMITH FAMILY, CIRCA 1911
Frank Goldsmith Snr, his wife Emily, Frank Junior, and the baby that died before the family embarked on the Titanic....
|thespec.com||PLAN AFLOAT TO REMEMBER TITANIC STEWARD ON 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF SINKING
William Edwy Ryerson has laid in an unmarked grave for more than 60 years, belying his involvement in the sinking of the Titanic, one of the world’s most infamous maritime disasters. Now, authorities of an Anglican Church outside London, England — where the former Hamiltonian was interred in 1949 in a pauper’s burial — are doing something about it....
|5th December 2011|
|Los Angeles Times||TRAGEDY REPEATS IN DUAL SUICIDE
In the same dwelling in which his wife-sorrowing over the death of their son following a tonsilectomy-had shot herself to death. George A. Brereton, 67, yesterday put a bullet through his head. The second tragedy-20 years after the f...
|17th July 1942|
|Primitive Methodist Leader||OUR BOYS ON THE 'TITANIC'
April 1912 Extract '...there was Harry, whose desire was to help mother, he being the eldest of the four and his mother's mainstay, his father having died at his post a few years ago. He might have saved himself, but thought first of ...
|Guernsey Evening Press||UNTITLED
April/May 1912 In the boat with Mrs. Renouf were the Misses Lillian Bentham (of Jersey) and Miss Emily Rugg. When the boat left the ship's side there were 30 on board, but later 30 men were taken from a raft, of whom one...
|thesun.co.uk||TITANIC CAPTAIN 'DRUNK WHEN SHIP HIT ICEBERG'
THE captain of the Titanic may have been under the influence of alcohol when the liner hit an iceberg, according to a never-seen-before letter. Survivor Emily Richards claimed she saw Captain Edward Smith drinking in the saloon bar of the ship in the run-up to the disaster. The history books record the white-whiskered skipper attending a first class dinner party a few hours before the collision and then retiring to his cabin. ...
|8th March 2012|
|thespec.com||CHURCH TO PLACE MARKER ON GRAVE OF TITANIC SURVIVOR FROM PORT DOVER - HAMILTON SPECTATOR
Plans are in the works for a survivor of the Titanic who was born in Port Dover, Ont., to have a marker placed on his burial spot near London, England. William Edwy Ryerson was born in Port Dover in 1878 and served as a 2nd class steward on the luxury passenger liner. He has been lying in an unmarked grave for more than 60 years....
|13th December 2011|
|New York Times||SOCIETY NOTES FROM ABROAD
*** Miss Gladys Cherry, who was one of the passengers rescued from the Titanic, is a cousin of the Earl of Rothes, being a daughter of the late J. F. Cherry and Lady Emily Cherry. Miss Cherry was on her way to New York with Lady Rothes. She an...
|12th May 1912|
|Rahway Daily Record||STORY OF DISASTER TO MAMMOTH LINER FROM A SURVIVOR
William H. Randolph of This City Hears Sad Account of the Wreck From His Employer’s Widow ---------- MRS. WALTER DOUGLAS SAFE ---------- In Interview She States That Bruce Ismay, After Receiving Warning, Kept Boat at Full ...
|19th April 1912|
|Syracuse Herald||EMILY BADMAN'S ACCOUNT
'...When we reached the water we could see that the Titanic was fast sinking and the six men who were rowing pulled us away as fast as they could....We had gone about a mile when there were two explosions and the Titanic split in two. The f...
|23rd April 1912|
|Newark Evening News||EAST ORANGE PEOPLE REPORTED SAVED
Word has been received by Colonel Henry A. Potter, of 95 Harrison street, East Orange, that Mrs. Thomas Potter Jr., his brother’s widow, is among the passengers who were rescued from the Titanic. With her was her daughter, Mrs. Boul...
|16th April 1912|
|The Evening Post||MASSACHUSETTS VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC TRAGEDY
George Q Clifford of Stoughton, president of Belcher Last company, Herbert Henry Hilliard of 42 Hichorn street, Brighton Timothy J.,...
|20th April 1912|
|Southern Daily Echo||DEATH NOTICE: HOLMAN
Holman, Harry. Dearly Loved and Loving Husband of Louisa Josephine Holman, Cathcart, Britannia Road and Portsmouth. Aged 27. Aged 27. Deeply Mourned by His Sister Emily and Brothers in Portsmouth. [Also 27th April...
|26th April 1912|