YOUNGSTOWN

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New York Times WEALTHY YOUNGSTOWN FOLK ABOARD
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, April 15---Mr. and Mrs. George D. Wick and their daughter, Miss Natalie, Miss Caroline Bonnell and Miss Lily Bonnell of Birkdale, England, her cousin, were among the Titanic’s passengers. The Wicks and Bonnells are among the wealth...
16th April 1912
  MARCONIGRAM
Not dated. "Bonnell, Youngstown, Ohio. Mollie, Elizabeth, Natalie, Caroline safe. George not heard from" ...
Cleveland Plain Dealer FOUR ON BIG LINER CLEVELAND BOUND
Page 1 Three Men and One Woman on Way to This City May Have Gone Down Many Parts of Ohio Represented in Lists of Victims When the news of the greatest sea distater ina century was flashed to Cleveland ye...
17th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer JOY AND SADNESS COME WITH NEWS
Happiness or Gloom Seizes Ohio Relatives of Titanic Passengers Memorial Services to be Held for Youngstown Business Man Gladness mingled with grief yesterday when word came that two persons mourned by relatives in Clev...
20th April 1912
Toronto Daily Star JUMPED INTO LIFEBOAT
H.B. Stephenson Account...
19th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer TELLS OF WOMEN PULLING AT OARS
Page 1 Youngstown Woman Relates Story of Escape from Sinking Titanic Men Tire and Passengers Row Boats to Safety From Disaster From reports received from the steamer Carpathia when it docked at New York ...
19th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer REMAINS IN HOPE HUSBAND IS SAVED
Mrs. Geo. D. Wick, Denies All Evidence That Youngstown Man is Lost First of Rescued From Titanic Pass Through Cleveland Holding onto what is more than a forlorn hope, when hope in all other breasts is dead, Mrs. George...
20th April 1912
Cleveland Plain Dealer SIXTEEN OHIOANS ARE STILL MISSING
Page 1 Reports Fails to Account for All of State's Representatives on Titanic Relatives of Passengers Watch for Word of Loved Ones "Missing" still stands against the names of sixteen of the forty-four Ti...
18th April 1912
Daily Home News ROEBLING WENT DOWN IN TITANIC
TRENTON, April 19---Ferdinand W. Roebling, jr., of 216 West Statestreet, late last night telephoned from New York to this city saying that neither Washington A. Roebling, 2d, nor Stephen W. Blackwell was among the rescued passengers on the Carpathia ...
19th April 1912