Anna Sophia Warren

Mrs Anna Sophia Warren (née Atkinson)

Frank Manley Warren

Mrs Frank Manley Warren (Anna Sophia Atkinson), 60, was born 24 October 1851.

She boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with her husband Frank Manley Warren, they were from Portland, Oregon and had been on a tour of Europe. Travelling as first class passengers they occupied cabin D-37.

Mrs Warren was helped into lifeboat 5 by her husband who then stepped back as the boat was lowered.

Mrs Warren lived the rest of her days in Portland, surrounded by her children. She continued to be active in volunteer work for her church and the Young Women's Christian Association. By 1923, her health failed, and she was confined to her home until her death on 16 July 1925.

References and Sources

Portland Oregonian 27 April 1912
Oregon Journal 9 September 1925

Credits
Phillip Gowan, USA
Melissa McClone, USA
Arthur Merchant, USA
Geoff Whitfield, UK
Craig Stringer, UK

Articles and Stories

Mrs. Frank Warren Describes the Tragedy to The Oregonian

Portland Oregonian  (1912) 

MRS. FRANK WARREN DESCRIBES THE TRAGEDY TO THE OREGONIAN

 
Oregonians on Ship

The San Francisco Call  (1912) 

OREGONIANS ON SHIP

 
Oregon's Only First Class Passengers: The Warrens

OREGON'S ONLY FIRST CLASS PASSENGERS: THE WARRENS

 
PORTLAND WOMAN DESCRIBES WRECK

Portland Oregonian  (1912) 

PORTLAND WOMAN DESCRIBES WRECK

 
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