Owner of Local Plant
Perth Amboy?s interest in the greatest calamity of the sea in the twentieth century centers around the fact that the following passengers were on board and may have gone down with the largest steamship afloat to repose in undisturbed slumber at the bottom of the Atlantic: Benjamin Guggenheim, prominent in the smelting and refining world and one of the principal owners of the American Smelting and Refining Company?s plant in this city; Arthur L. Ryerson, wife, two daughters and a son, of Philadelphia, who are second cousins of Mrs. W. B. Jaudon, Mrs. A. B. Marsh and distant relatives of the Parker family of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and baby, of New York, who are first cousins of Mr. and Mrs. William Hechheimer, of State street, this city.
Pleasant Plains Man in Sorrow
Theodore Oxenham, of Pleasant Plains, Staten Island, is also bereaved by the loss of a brother, Thomas, twenty-three years old, who he believes went down in the huge Titanic. Thomas Oxenham, who resided with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oxenham, at Nt. London, England, sent word to his brother in Pleasant Plains, that he would make the trip on the Titanic on its maiden voyage and expected to spend the coming week-end at the little town on Staten Island. Thomas expected to reside with another brother, Charles, jr., at New Durham.
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(1912) JERSEY PEOPLE WHO HAD RELATIVES ON BOARD Daily Home News (ref: #2264, accessed 26th June 2017 07:01:54 AM) URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/jersey-people-who-had-relatives-board.html
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Added to Encyclopedia Titanica Tuesday 27th January 2004, last updated Monday 3rd April 2017.