Mrs Marie Eugenie Spencer (née Adnot)

Marie-Eugenie Spencer (nee Adnot) was born in France on 16 February 1864 to an unmarried mother Pelagie Adnot, the father is thought to have been a boilermaker.

Pelagie later married Louis Demougeot on 7 May 1873.

Marie-Eugenie became an opera singer and sang with with the great Italian tenor Enrico Caruso.

She marryied William Augustus Spencer in London in October 1884.

The Spencers had been in Paris and boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg  with Mrs Spencer's maid Miss Elise Lurette.

She was rescued in lifeboat 6. Mr Spencer perished.

Mrs Marie Spencer died in Paris in October of 1913.

Credits
Andre Cabuche
Michael A. Findlay, USA

Pictures

1st class menu saved by Miss Elise Lurette

(1912) 

1ST CLASS MENU SAVED BY MISS ELISE LURETTE

 
Die Dreilinden, estate of the Spencers

DIE DREILINDEN, ESTATE OF THE SPENCERS

 
Die Dreilinden, property of the Spencers (1)

DIE DREILINDEN, PROPERTY OF THE SPENCERS (1)

 
Die Dreilinden, property of the Spencers (2)

DIE DREILINDEN, PROPERTY OF THE SPENCERS (2)

 

Articles and Stories

Titanic Legacy of a Paris Maid

Titanica!  (2014) 

TITANIC LEGACY OF A PARIS MAID

 
OBITUARY NOTES (1)

New York Times  (1913) 

OBITUARY NOTES (1)

 
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