Mrs Lucile Carter

Lucile Carter

Mrs William Ernest Carter (Lucile Polk), 36, was born on 8 October 1875.

Mrs Carter boarded the Titanic at Southampton with her husband William Ernest Carter and their children Lucile and William. They occupied cabins B-96 and 98. Also travelling was Mrs Carter's maid Auguste Serreplan, Mr Carter's manservant Alexander Cairns and, in second class, Mr Carter's chauffeur Charles Aldworth.

Mrs Carter and her children were rescued in lifeboat 4.

Mrs Carter died on 26 October 1934 (as Mrs George Brooke). She was buried at St. Michael's Churchyard, Birdsboro, Pennsylvania.

Courtesy of Michael A. Findlay, USA

Craig Stringer, UK
Geoff Whitfield, UK



Lucile Carter at Newport
Lucile Carter Brooke 1922 passport

Articles and Stories

New York Times (1940) 
New York Times (1934) 
New York Times (1916) 
New York Times (1914) 
The Sun (New York) (1914) 
New York Times (1914) 
New York Times (1912) 
The Greenwich News (1912) 
Washington Times (1912) 
Coventry Standard (1912) 
Newark Evening News (1912) 
Newark Evening News (1912) 
La Presse (1912) 
Washington Times (1912) 
Washington Times (1912) 
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) 

Link and cite this biography

(2017) Lucile Carter Encyclopedia Titanica (ref: #56, updated 27th August 2017 03:27:02 AM)

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