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Miss Kornelia T. Andrews

New York Times

Miss Kornelia T. Andrews, eldest daughter of the late Robert E. Andrews of Hudson, N. Y., died of pneumonia at her home in that city yesterday. Miss Andrews was graduated from Oberlin College and had been for many years a leader in society and charitable work in Hudson. She was one of the Managers of the Hudson City Hospital since its organization, and was its Vice President at the time of her death. Miss Andrews was one of the survivors of the Titanic disaster.
ANDREWS---At Hudson, N. Y., suddenly, from pneumonia, Dec. 4, Kornelia Theodosia Andrews, daughter of the late Robert Emmet and Matilda Fonda Andrews. Funeral at 12:30 o'clock, Friday, Dec. 5.

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  1. kira said:

    did she have a son?

  2. kira said:

    did she have a son named Thomas Andrews that was the ship billder

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    Thomas Krom said:

    No, Miss Andrews was not married and was American. Thomas Andrews Jr (1873-1912) his mother was Eliza Andrews (1845-1929, she was the sister of Lord Pirrie 1st Viscount Pirrie). Thomas, by the way, was Irish and not American.

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