Lines' table companions?


Arun Vajpey

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Is there any information at all as to who were the designated table companions, if any, of the mother-daughter pair of Elizabeth and Mary Lines? I know that as First Class passengers they had a choice of where to eat their meals but I instinctively feel that the duo mostly ate in the formal First Class Dining Room. They shared Cabin D28 and apparently befriended the father & son pair of Percival and Richard White, who were in Cabin D26 alongside during the voyage. Therefore, it is more than likely that the four shared a table. I find all four people rather interesting and somewhat ahead of their time in attitudes; if they were table companions, they must have has rather more intelligent conversations than most others around them.
 

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