I am researching my family history and my ancestors Frederick R. Kenyon and Marion (Stauffer) Kenyon were on the Titanic. Frederick went down with the ship and Marion was saved on lifeboat 8. I need more information on Marion. I don't know much about her but she had a sister Mrs. George P. Baldwin of Oak Park, Chicago. After the sinking Marion went to Santa Monica, CA where she died. If there are any relatives of Marion out there I would really like to hear from you!
Hoping to contact Richard Jarvis, I know it's years since he posted this but we have only just come across this information. We have traced the Jarvis family through Wales and established the connection with the Titanic and how John Denzil Jarvis and Ernest George Jarvis were related, but our main focus is Alice.Reference 2nd class passenger John Denzil Jarvis. I believe that this passenger is my father's uncle. My father, Ernest George Jarvis, has always told me about an uncle who went down on the Titanic. My father, who is still alive at 91 tells me that his father was born in Leicester and his name was Ernest Herbert Jarvis. He died when my father was two months old. Ernest Herbert Jarvis is buried near Bedlinog (Dowlas Top). He married Alice Gertrude Lant (buried at Llandovery). As far as I know Ernest Herbert Jarvis had a sister called Gweneth, who was a teacher in Leicester and another brother who's name I do not know but was an architect and lived on the Leicester to London Road.
Gillingham Dorset UK
Let me know what you found out. Henry Wilde could be my long lost twin. ChrisRe: Henry Tingle Wilde
Hi, im a decendant of H.Wilde and would deeply apriciate it if Brian Ticehurst or any of the other contributers to the web page could kindly e-mail me so that i may speak to them about what they know, or if the writer of the page could e-mail me would also be greatly apriciated at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shot in the dark - but hey, you saw my post and replied within 48 minutes. I assumed others would see my interest and jump in. MahaloHello, Chris---
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