Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza

Mr Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza

Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza

Mr Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza, 36, from Germantown, PA, boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with his mother Charlotte Cardeza and his manservant Gustave Lesueur. They occupied one of the two most luxurious suites on board (B51/3/5, ticket 17755, £512, 6s).

Mr Cardeza, his mother and the servants were rescued in lifeboat 3

Mr Cardeza died in June 1952, he was buried beside his mother at West Laurel Hill Cenetery, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.

 
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