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Emil Herbert Kiene

Carpathia First Cabin Passenger

Emil Herbert Kiene
Emil Herbert Kiene

Emil Herbert Kiene was born in Manhattan, New York on 23 January 1874. He was the son of glass and bottle merchant William Kiene (1846-1923), a migrant from Württemberg, Germany, and Wilhelmine “Minna” Behring.

Later a bottle merchant in the employ of his father, Kiene was married in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint Presbyterian Church on 16 February 1904 to Edith Marion Walters (b. circa 1877); the couple remained childless and made their home in New York City. 

A frequent traveller on business and pleasure, Kiene was a first cabin passenger aboard the Carpathia when that ship rescued the survivors of the Titanic disaster.

Emil Kiene died in New York on 30 December 1935. 
 

Research Articles

Günter Bäbler Titanica! (2019) Carpathia Passenger List

Documents and Certificates

RMS Carpathia: First Class Passenger List printed on board
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Carpathia Passenger Summary

Name: Mr Emil Herbert Kiene
Born: Friday 23rd January 1874 in Manhattan, New York, United States
Age: 38 years 2 months and 23 days (Male)
Nationality: American
Marital Status: Single
Ship: Carpathia
1st Class Passengers
Died: Monday 30th December 1935 in New York City, New York, United States aged 61 years

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