7 items found relating to : Edwina Mckenzie
|EDWINA TROUTT AND JAMES CORRIGAN 1955
The marriage between Edwina Troutt Petersen and James Corrigan took place on July 23, 1955. It was the second marriage for both the bride and groom. ...
|Washington Post||THELMA THOMAS, 78, SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
9th January 1974
WILKES-BARRE, Pa., Jan. 8 (AP)—Thelma Thomas, a survivor of the 1912 sinking of the Titanic, died Monday at a nursing home where she had been a patient for three weeks. She was 78. A native of Le...
|EDWINA TROUTT PETERSEN AND HER HUSBAND ALFRED T PETERSEN.
Photographed in 1923...
|The Times||LIGHTOLLER'S 'SUNDOWNER' IN LIFEBOAT EMERGENCY
23rd September 1953
Search for 60ft Cabin Cruiser Shipping asked to keep look-out All shipping in the Channel and North Sea has been asked to keep a look-out for the 60ft cabin cruiser "Sundowner," with eight people on board, which Margate ...
|Milwaukee Sentinel||OLDEST SURVIVOR REMEMBERS THE TITANIC
15th April 1977
Los Angeles, Calif. ---UPI---Edwina MacKenzie, 92, the oldest living survivor of the Titanic, looked over a 10 foot working model of the “unsinkable” ocean liner, which went down in the North Atlantic 65 years ago Friday after strik...
|Unidentified Newspaper||MRS. PETERSEN JAMES CORRIGAN WED IN TORRANCE
In a quiet ceremony attended by only the immediate members of the two families, Mrs. Edwina C. Petersen, 1021 Sixth St., Hermosa Beach, and James Corrigan, 323 Ave. C, Redondo Beach, were united in marriage Saturday, July 23. Rev. P...
|Newark Evening News||SURVIVOR VISITS MONTCLAIR
20th April 1912
One of the survivors of the Titanic, Miss Edwina Trout, of Bath, England, is the guest of Miss Jennie Holwell, of 209 Bellevue avenue, Upper Montclair. I can never forget the experience, said Miss Trout today. As we pulled away ...