Mrs Charles Emil Henry Stengel (Annie May Morris), 43, of Newark, NJ boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg, with her husband Charles Stengel. They travelled as first class passengers and occupied cabin C-116.
Mrs Stengel was rescued in lifeboat 5 but was injured when Dr. Henry W. Frauenthal leaped into the boat and landed on top of her.
When Mrs Stengel died she was buried alongside her husband in a private mausoleum at Fairmount Cemetery, Newark, New Jersey.
|ANNIE MAY STENGEL|
Articles and Stories
|Newark Star (1912)||C. E. H. STENGEL TELLS IN DETAIL OF BATTLE FOR LIVES|
|Newark Evening News (1912)||WIRELESS FROM THE STENGELS|
|Newark Star (1912)||MR. STENGEL SENDS WORD HE IS SAFE|
|New York Times (1914)||C. E. H. STENGEL, TITANIC SURVIVOR|
|New York Times (1956)||TITANIC SURVIVOR DIES|
|Newark Evening News (1912)||TEN FROM THIS STATE ON TITANIC|
|Newark Star (1912)||THREE OF TEN JERSEY PASSENGERS ARE SAFE|
|Newark Evening News (1956)||MRS. C.E.H. STENGEL|
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Newark Evening News, January 24, 1956, Obituary
Connecticut State Department of Health Certified Copy of Death Record