Mrs Elmer Zebley Taylor (Juliet Cummins Wright) and her husband Elmer were living in London, England when they sailed on the Titanic. They were originally natives of Smyrna, Delaware, USA. The Taylors would spend many summers in East Orange, New Jersey, USA, and they were heading there at the time of the disaster.
They boarded the Titanic at Southampton as first class passengers, they occupied cabin C-126.
Mr and Mrs Taylor were rescued in either Lifeboat 5 or 7.
A few years after they survived the Titanic, the Taylors returned to live permanently in the United States - settling in East Orange, New Jersey. They continued to travel the world.
Juliet Taylor died in Atlantic City, New Jersey in April of 1927.
|(1922)||ELMER AND JULIET TAYLOR|
Articles and Stories
|Atlantic City Daily Press (1912)||LOCAL SURVIVOR DEFENDS ISMAY|
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|Newark Evening News (1912)||EAST ORANGE PEOPLE REPORTED SAVED|
|Atlantic City Daily Press (1912)||ATLANTIC SURVIVOR TELLS OF DISASTER|