A TITANIC VICTIM [Mrs McNamee]

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A TITANIC VICTIM [Mrs McNamee]

Mrs. Eline [sic] McNamee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Leary, of Wilton-road. Salisbury, was lost on the Titanic with her husband, Mr. McNamee, formerly manager of Messrs. Lipton's branch establishment at Boscombe, Bournemouth.

They were married only a few months ago and wire travelling to the United States, where Mr. McNamee was to take up another appointment in one of Sir Thomas Lipton's concerns.

Mrs.McNamee's body was recovered from the sea by the steamship Mackay-Bennett, which steamed into Halifax Harbour on Tuesday.

The Bishop of Salisbury and Mrs Ridgeway were amongst many callers at Mr. O'Leary's residence to express their sympathy with the bereaved parents. Mrs. McNamee was only 19 years of age.

Five natives of Salisbury went down with the Titanic.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2017) A TITANIC VICTIM [Mrs McNamee] (Western Gazette, Friday 3rd May 1912, ref: #20177, published 8 July 2017, generated 20th September 2021 09:04:37 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/a-titanic-victim-mrs-mcnamee.html