Miss Madeleine Newell, 31, was born on 10 October 1880, the daughter of Arthur Webster Newell and Mary E. Greeley of Lexington, Massachusetts.
She was returning from a trip to the Middle East with her father and her sister, Marjorie Newell. They boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg. The two sisters occupied cabin D-36, their father was in D-48.
On April 14th their father came to their room and ordered them to dress and go out on deck. After seeing one lifeboat safely launched, he placed them in the next (lifeboat 6). Arthur Newall was lost in the sinking.
Madeleine Newell never married, and died in Lexington, Massachusetts, in April 1969.
|(1907)||MADELEINE NEWELL AT SMITH COLLEGE , GRADUATE PHOTO|
|MRS. ARTHUR NEWELL|
|MARJORIE NEWELL ACCOMPANIED BY MADELEINE AT THE PIANO|
Articles and Stories
|New York Evening Post (1912)||MADELEINE NEWELL'S ACCOUNT|
|Newark Star (1912)||C. E. H. STENGEL TELLS IN DETAIL OF BATTLE FOR LIVES|
|Arlington Advocate (1912)||A W NEWELL OF LEXINGTON|
|Voyage (2004)||TITANIC SISTERS: THE NEWELL GIRLS|
|New York Times (1912)||BOSTON MAN MISSING|
Passport Application, Bureau of Citizenship, Jan 18 1912