25 items found relating to : Lillian W Bentham
|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...
|New York Times||ROCHESTER GIRL IS SAVED
But Traveling Guardian of Little Miss Bentham Is Missing --- Special to The New York Times --- ROCHESTER, April 18---Lilian Bentham of 11 Kay Terrace is saved on the Carpathia, but her mother is suffering from nervous stra...
|19th April 1912|
|Bristol Times and Mirror||UNTITLED
Of Miss Bentham it is related that she was sleeping soundly when the stewards came for her. She arose, dressed herself warmly and was handed into a boat. This was very crowded; so much so that one sailor had to sit with his feet dangling in the icy-c...
|27th April 1912|
|MORRO CASTLE - GRAVES OF DORA AND LILLIAN GAHRINGER
The Grave of Dora and Lillian Gahringer, Machpelah Plot, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Tarrytown, N.Y. Dora Gahringer is buried with her parents on the right, while Lillian is buried, unmarked, with a sister who died in childhood in the plot just to...
|LILLIAN ASPLUND'S FIRST WORCESTER HOME
Lillian Asplund's first home at 6 Rodney Street, Worcester, Massachusetts...
|LILLIAN, SELMA AND FELIX ASPLUND 1912
Lillian, Selma and Felix Asplund 1912...
|Times-Tribune||50 YEARS AFTER: A MEMORY OF THE TITANIC
BY ROSEMARY MOSSIEN Vivid memories of the horror of the sinking of the "unsinkable" ocean liner Titanic 50 years ago April 15 are recalled by Mrs. John Black, 11 Kay Terrace, only Rochesterian who is a survivor of the tragedy....
|LILLIAN ASPLUND - AGED 5 YEARS
Pictured in 1912, after the Titanic disaster which claimed the life of both her father & 3 brothers - Filip (13), Clarence (9)and her twin Carl (5)....
|MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND
Number 378. Dyer, Frances, widow; children Lillian Ada; Rosaline Emma; Winifred Alice. All class D dependants....
|Worcester Telegram||TWO OF THE ASPLUND CHILDREN ARE LOST
Charles and Selma and Three of their Little Ones, Lillian, Clarence and Felix, are Safe. Charles and Selma Asplund and their children, Lillian, Clarence and Felix Asplund, survive the Titanic disaster. Philip and Carl, the other childr...
|19th April 1912|