Charlotte Wardle Cardeza

Mrs Charlotte Wardle Cardeza (née Drake)

Charlotte Wardle Cardeza

Mrs James Warburton Martinez Cardeza (Charlotte Wardle Drake), 58, from Germantown, PA, boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with her son Thomas and her maid Anna Ward. They occupied suite B-51/53/55 (ticket number17755, £512, 6s).

Mrs Cardeza and her entourage brought with them fourteen trunks, four suitcases and three crates of baggage. Mrs Cardeza would later file a detailed claim to the value of £36,567 2s for their loss.

Mrs Cardeza, her son and their servants were rescued in lifeboat 3.

Mrs Cardeza died 1st August 1939, she was buried at West Laurel Hill Cenetery, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.

 
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Contributors
Michael A. Findlay, USA
Phillip Gowan, USA

Pictures

Charlotte Cardeza newspaper picture

CHARLOTTE CARDEZA NEWSPAPER PICTURE

 
Steam Yacht 'Eleanor'

STEAM YACHT 'ELEANOR'

 
Photographic Portrait of Charlotte Cardeza

PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT OF CHARLOTTE CARDEZA

 
Studio Portrait of Charlotte Cardeza

STUDIO PORTRAIT OF CHARLOTTE CARDEZA

 
The lounge of Mrs Cardeza's home: Montebello

(1932) 

THE LOUNGE OF MRS CARDEZA'S HOME: MONTEBELLO

 
Staircase of Mrs Cardeza's home, Montebello

STAIRCASE OF MRS CARDEZA'S HOME, MONTEBELLO

 
Exterior of Mrs Cardeza's Germantown home, Montebello

EXTERIOR OF MRS CARDEZA'S GERMANTOWN HOME, MONTEBELLO

 

Articles and Stories

Charlotte Cardeza and Annie Ward

CHARLOTTE CARDEZA AND ANNIE WARD

 
Yacht Eleanor's Long Cruise

New York Times  (1900) 

YACHT ELEANOR'S LONG CRUISE

 
Thomas Cardeza's Account

New York Sun  (1912) 

THOMAS CARDEZA'S ACCOUNT

 
300 OF TITANIC'S PASSENGERS WERE BOOKED AT PARIS

Chicago American  (1912) 

300 OF TITANIC'S PASSENGERS WERE BOOKED AT PARIS

 
NOTES FOR THE YACHTSMEN

New York Times  (1900) 

NOTES FOR THE YACHTSMEN

 
Lady Duff Gordon Saw Men Shot by Captain Smith

New York Herald  (1912) 

LADY DUFF GORDON SAW MEN SHOT BY CAPTAIN SMITH

 
MRS. J. W. CARDEZA, TITANIC SURVIVOR

New York Times  (1939) 

MRS. J. W. CARDEZA, TITANIC SURVIVOR

 
YACHTS AND YACHTSMEN

New York Times  (1900) 

YACHTS AND YACHTSMEN

 
HAD PREMONITION OF HARM

Evening Bulletin  (1912) 

HAD PREMONITION OF HARM

 
ISMAY LEFT SHIP AT WOMEN'S PLEA

Washington Herald  (1912) 

ISMAY LEFT SHIP AT WOMEN'S PLEA

 
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