Albert Denis Pierre Mallet1, a French national worked for the Canadian liquor importing firm, Laporte, Martin and Co., Montreal.
He and his wife, Antoinine, 24, and their 2 year old son André were returning to Montreal after visiting relatives in France. The Mallets had planned to return on the France, but like so many others, "sold the tickets they had procured to sail on Titanic", they boarded the ship at Cherbourg. They were on their way home to 210 Hutchison Street, Montreal, Canada. They had visited relatives in Paris, maybe at 6 Rue Cornmaille. The family held second class ticket number SC/PARIS 2079, price: £37 0s 1d.
Travelling with the Mallet's was a family friend, Emile Richard. Richard, 23, had just finished his compulsory service in the French army and his father was sending him on a six month vaction in Canada before he went to work for the family distilling company. Albert and Emile perished in the disaster. Antoinette Mallet and her son survived the sinking.
Msr. Mallet died in the sinking. His body, if recovered, was never identified.
Marriages, Birth, Deaths and Injuries... lists his name as "André".
References and Sources
Contract Ticket List, White Star Line 1912 (National Archives, New York; NRAN-21-SDNYCIVCAS-55)
Marriages, births, deaths and injuries that have occurred on board during the voyage (PRO London, BT 100/259-260)
Alan Hustak (1999) Titanic: The Canadian Story. Véhicule Press. ISBN 1 55065 113 7
Judith Geller (1998) Titanic: Women and Children First. Haynes. ISBN 1 85260 594 4
Alan Hustak, Canada
Olivier Mendez, France
Hermann Söldner, Germany
Articles and Stories
Calgary Herald (1912)