ALLISON FAMILY

56 items found relating to : Allison Family

  Journal Title  
Milwaukee Journal BABY ONLY ONE LEFT OF ALLISON FAMILY
19th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Allison and Young Daughter Go Down with 1,000 Others on Titanic...
Milwaukee Journal MILWAUKEE GIRL LOST
17th April 1912
Mrs. Hudson J. Allison, Former High School Girl, Not on Titanic's Rescued List...
Milwaukee Journal VICTIM OF TITANIC DISASTER, BELIEVED LOST, MAY BE ALIVE
4th September 1940
Montreal, Que.—(AP)—A Montreal family was stirred Wednesday by the prospect that Lorraine Allison, long believed to have been drowned in the Titanic disaster of 1912, still is alive and living in Berkley, Mich., as Mrs. Lawrence Kra...
Chicago Tribune CHILD FEARED LOST ON TITANIC REPORTED LIVING IN MICHIGAN
5th September 1940
Montreal, Que., Sept. 4 (AP)--A Montreal family was stirred today by the prospect that Lorraine Allison, long believed to have been drowned in the Titanic disaster of 1912, still is alive and residing in Berkley, Mich., as Mrs. Laurence K...
PERISHES WITH BABE Unidentified Newspaper PERISHES WITH BABE
April 1912
Mrs Hudson Allison and baby Mrs. Allison, with her husband, two children and sister, were passengers on the Titanic.  Mrs Allison and her family were bound for their home in Milwaukee after a happy Europea...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle BABY OF TEN MONTHS AMONG THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Infant and Nurse Sole Survivors of family on the Titanic...
Milwaukee Journal CLUE TO TITANIC SURVIVOR ROUSES KIN, FRIENDS HERE
6th September 1940
A possibility that Lorraine Allison, believed to have lost her life in the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, may be alive has stirred the interest of several Milwaukeeans who read an Associated Press item from Montreal, Que., in the Journal Thurs...
ALLISON WINDOW   ALLISON WINDOW

Stained glass window in the Hudson Allison homestead in Chesterville, Ontario. Note the JHA motif in the window. ...
ALLISON FAMILY HOME IN CHESTERVILLE, ONTARIO, CANADA   ALLISON FAMILY HOME IN CHESTERVILLE, ONTARIO, CANADA

  1911 CENSUS - ALLISON FAMILY
1911
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...
BRAVE NURSE AND THE BABE SHE SAVED New York Herald BRAVE NURSE AND THE BABE SHE SAVED
24th April 1912
Nurse Cleaver, and the little baby Allison whom she saved from the wreck, in which Mr. and Mrs. Allison and their little daughter were drowned....
Montreal Daily Witness YOUNGEST SURVIVOR OF THE TITANIC, GLEEFUL WITH FOSTER PARENTS
22nd April 1912
newspaper article...
THE ALLISON GRAVE IN MAPLE RIDGE CEMETERY, CHESTERVILLE, ONTARIO   THE ALLISON GRAVE IN MAPLE RIDGE CEMETERY, CHESTERVILLE, ONTARIO

Photograph and inscription of the Allison family grave at Maple Ridge Cemetery......
Chicago Daily Tribune SHE WOULD NOT LEAVE HER HUSBAND AND WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC.
20th April 1912
newspaper aticle...
MRS ALLISON Evening World MRS ALLISON
22nd April 1912
MR AND MRS HUDSON ALLISON   MR AND MRS HUDSON ALLISON

GRAVE OF HUDSON J. C. ALLISON   GRAVE OF HUDSON J. C. ALLISON

LORAINE AND TREVOR ALLISON   LORAINE AND TREVOR ALLISON

MRS ALLISON WITH LORAINE AND TREVOR   MRS ALLISON WITH LORAINE AND TREVOR

GRAVE OF HUDSON TREVOR ALLISON   GRAVE OF HUDSON TREVOR ALLISON

MRS H. J. ALLISON Chicago Daily Tribune MRS H. J. ALLISON
20th April 1912
newspaper photo' of Bess Allison...
152 ABBEY ROAD   152 ABBEY ROAD

Site of the house where the Allison party stayed while in London...
The Toronto World THREE MONTREAL MEN---VICTIMS OF TITANIC TRAGEDY
17th April 1912
Mr. H. J. Allison, the junior member of the firm of Johnston, McConnell & Allison, financial brokers, was a young man in the early 30's, clean cut and ambitious.  His firm made remarkable progress during the past two or three years...
  BESSIE ALLISON : GENERAL INFORMATION

Bess Waldo Daniels was the daughter of Arville F Daniels and Sarah J McCully. she had an older sister born in August 1883 called Mabel H Daniels. ...
New York Times GUGGENHEIM CHANGE OF FAITH
3rd June 1908
Reports Don't Refer to Me, Says B. Guggenheim, Nor to the Family --- Benjamin Guggenheim, who arrived here yesterday from Europe on the Mauretania, said last night at the Hotel St. Regis in regard to published reports that membe...
New York Herald NURSE ALICE CLEAVER
20th April 1912
The nurse, Miss Alice Cleaver, was up at the time of the crash, while the others were in bed. Alarmed by the shock, and wishing to find the cause, but not daring to leave the baby alone, she wrapped him in his carriage rug, and went up to the d...
ANDERS ANDERSSON, ANNA NYSTEN AND ERNST DANBOM WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, 5 APRIL 1912   ANDERS ANDERSSON, ANNA NYSTEN AND ERNST DANBOM WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, 5 APRIL 1912
5th April 1912
A goodbye photo of Anders Andersson (and family) Anna Nysten, Ernst Danbom (and family) and extended family and friends. Photo taken circa 5 April 1912, Kisa, Sweden...
PHOTOGRAPH OF THE NAKID FAMILY Waterbury Republican PHOTOGRAPH OF THE NAKID FAMILY
25th April 1912
A photograph of the Nakid family. The family escaped from the Titanic but the baby died soon after from meningitis....
THE HIPPACH FAMILY   THE HIPPACH FAMILY

From 'Sinking of the Titanic'...
Royal Cornwall Gazette ST. AUSTELL
25th April 1912
The most impressive gathering was that at the Baptist Sunday School, with which the family of the late Mr. W. H. Nancarrow, one of the Mount Charles victims, was connected. As the children were being dismissed the members of the adult classes lined u...
Worcester Evening Gazette SAFETY OF FORMER RESIDENTS OF WORCESTER CAUSES WORRY AMONG FRIENDS IN THIS CITY
17th April 1912
Believing that Charles Asplund and family, formerly of Worcester, were on board the ill-fated Titanic when it foundered., Charles E. Carlson of 193 Vernon street, left Worcester today for New York to make inquiries concerning the fate of the family, ...
  FAMILY GRAVE

Is mentioned on the family grave in Hollybrook Cemetery, Lordshill, Southampton A10 180. Inscription ''Lost at sea - SS Titanic 1912 aged 19 years''. ...
ANDREWS FAMILY PORTRAIT   ANDREWS FAMILY PORTRAIT
1895
Thomas Andrews or Tommie (to his friends and family) is sitting with his hands on his legs....
THE GOLDSMITH FAMILY, CIRCA 1911 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....
FAMILY PHOTO OF REV. ROBERT J. BATEMAN   FAMILY PHOTO OF REV. ROBERT J. BATEMAN

Family Photo of Rev. Robert J. Bateman...
  WOLFF FAMILY PAGE OF THE MAN FAMILY WEB SITE

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CREESE FAMILY GRAVESTONE   CREESE FAMILY GRAVESTONE

Family Gravestone at Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon. The grave is that of Henry Creese's parents, Charles and Jane Creese....
THE MAY FAMILY AWAIT NEWS Daily Sketch THE MAY FAMILY AWAIT NEWS
April 1912
The family of Arthur William May and his son, both crewmembers on the Titanic, await news of their fate....
GEORGE GREEN WITH HIS FAMILY   GEORGE GREEN WITH HIS FAMILY
1912
George Green and his family just before his Titanic voyage.  From Left to Right : Kathleen, George, Hilda, Theresa, Olive. ...
OLE MARTIN OLSON FAMILY PORTRAIT   OLE MARTIN OLSON FAMILY PORTRAIT
1898
Family portrait of Ole Martin Olson (c. 1898). Front row; Anna, holding Severen, Martha, Serena, Ole B. Back row: Julia, Joseph, Ole M....
The Westmeath Independent MARGARET RICE ORIGINAL FAMILY PORTRAIT
23rd November 2011
Deirdre Verney
A poignant 100-year-old portrait of an Athlone mother and her five sons who all perished on the Titanic will go under the hammer in Dublin next month. The historic photograph of Margaret Rice, ne้ Norton, who originally hailed from Connolly Street, Athlone, and her five sons ranging in age from ten years of age to just two, is believed to have been taken in late 1911 or early 1912 at a local studio prior to their departure for America. Tragically, the entire family later perished in the infamous Titanic disaster on April 15, 1912....
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  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

QUICK, MISS PHYLLIS MAY. Saved in Lifeboat number 11. Born 27th July 1909. Died 15th March 1954, and was buried in the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Section 20, lot 1542. Family stayed together in lifeboat, Mrs. Qu...
  HODGE FAMILY INFORMATION

Charles Hodge (Snr. Asst. 3rd Engineer) was born in Plymouth, Devon in 1884. He was the son of Alfred and Emily Hodge. The 1891 census has the family living at 6 Princess Street in Plymouth and it was here that Charles' father ran his bakery ...
LETTER RE: LAROCHE FAMILY   LETTER RE: LAROCHE FAMILY
14th May 1912
  Passenger Department 9 Rue Scribe, Paris. 14th. May, 1912 I the undersigned certify that the Laroche family, consisting of Mr. Joseph Laroche, Mrs. Laroche, Miss Simo...
  POOK FAMILY INFORMATION

Percy Robert Pook was born in Torquay, Devon in 1876. His birth being registered at Newton Abbot in the June Quarter of that year. He was the son of Henry Pook (house decorator) and Kate (nee Manley) who had married at Torquay in early 1872....
Hudson Observer MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR TITANIC VICTIM
23rd April 1912
Family of John Ashby of West Hoboken Abandon Hope for Him ---------- Until to-day the family of John Ashby, of West Hoboken, had some hope for his recovery, but are now convinced that there is no hope of him showing up alive, ...
BERTHE  LEROY WITH MEMBERS OF HER FAMILY   BERTHE LEROY WITH MEMBERS OF HER FAMILY
1905
Berthe Leroy (far left) at Charentilly (Touraine) with other members of her family....
  EDWARD JAMES WILLIAM ROGERS (FAMILY RESEARCH)
2003
Edward James William Rogers was born on 9th September 1880, to Robert James Rogers and his wife Priscilla Susan (nee Bagley). His father was a bricklayer and the family lived at 3 Robert Street, North Woolwich. Edward JW was baptized on 3rd November ...
  FAMILY MEMORIES

Family memories...
Chicago Tribune MORGAN DINNER RECALLED
17th April 1912
Friendship of Family for Capt. Smith Causes Withdrawal of Invitations _______ N...
Journal JOHN JOSEPH DIAPER-CREW
28th February 2010
Geoff Knight
Family historians uncover story of ‘lost’ Titanic survivor ...
Croydon Times THORNTON HEATH FAMILY AMONG THE MISSING
20th April 1912
The loss of the Titanc has affected Croydon in at least one case, and that case a particularly pathectic one, it is believed that a whole Thornton Heath family has been lost, together with some relations who saild with them. Mr. and Mr...
New York Times GREENWICH EXPECTED THE WEDDING
8th September 1911
Special to The New York Times --- GREENWICH, Conn., Sept. 7---The Rev. Percy Stickney Grant of New York came to Greenwich this evening and is the guest of J. H. FlagIer in North Street, where he has often visited this Sum...
Elizabeth Daily Journal ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC
16th April 1912
[The preceeding paragrpahs of this article can be found through the summary pages for the Renouf/Jefferys family, the Carter family and the Peacock family, in that order.] From early this morning when the first dispatches began to come...
Chicago Tribune THIRD TRAGEDY IN FAMILY
19th February 1925
The shooting marked the third tragedy in the Minahan family within recent years. N uncle, William E. Minahan, an attorney, perished when the steamship Titanic was sunk in 1912. And, according to reports from Green Bay, the boy’s mother was k...
Scottish Field THE FIRST OFFICER OF THE TITANIC
April 1985
Graham Kirkpatrick
Captain William MacMaster Murdoch joined the Titanic from her sister ship the Olympic, of which he had also been First Officer. His family had been seafarers for generations. His father left his native Isle of Lewis and settled in Dalbeattie, Kirkcud...