Edward Pennington Calderhead

Mr Edward Pennington Calderhead

Edward Pennington Calderhead


New York Herald, 18 April 1912, p. 4
(Courtesy of Jeffrey Kern,USA)

Mr Edward Pennington Calderhead was born in Pennsylvania on 4 June 1869, the son of Edward Calderhead and Josephine Conrad.

A resident, in 1912, of New York City, Calderhead was the buyer of the 'toys department' at Gimbels and Bros. He boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a first class passenger (ticket number PC 17476, 26 5s 9d). He shared cabin E-24 with Spencer Victor Silverthorne.

Calderhead was rescued in lifeboat 5.

Calderhead worked as an engraver before retiring to Los Angeles, California (from New York). He died there on 5th April 1961.

References
Contract Ticket List, White Star Line 1912 (National Archives, New York; NRAN-21-SDNYCIVCAS-55[279])

Contributors
Michael A, Findlay, USA
Phillip Gowan, USA
Charles Provost, Canada

 

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Edward Calderhead

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EDWARD CALDERHEAD

 
Grave of Edward P. Calderhead

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GRAVE OF EDWARD P. CALDERHEAD

 

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