Elisabeth Walton Robert (McMillan) (1868 - 1956) MP

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Birthplace: Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: Died
Cause of death: Heart Failure / Disease
Managed by: June Barnes
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About Elisabeth Walton Robert (McMillan)


  • Name: Mrs Elisabeth Walton Robert (née McMillan)
  • Born: Wednesday 5th August 1868
  • Age: 43 years
  • Last Residence: in St. Louis Missouri United States
  • Occupation: Of Independent Means
  • 1st Class passenger
  • First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912
  • Ticket No. 24160 , £211 6s 9d
  • Cabin No.: B3
  • Rescued (boat 2)
  • Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912
  • Died: Sunday 15th January 1956
  • Cause of Death: Heart Failure / Disease
  • Buried: Bellefontaine Cemetery St. Louis Missouri United States

Mrs Edward Scott Robert (Elisabeth Walton McMillan), 43, was born August 5, 1868 in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, the daughter of John McMillan and Elisabeth Walton.

She was first married to Judge Madill who was 30 years her senior and she was widowed after only 6 years of marriage in December 1901.

Her second marriage lasted only 7 years and this husband, Edward Scott Robert, had been a pallbearer at the funeral of her first husband. Following the death of Edward S. Robert in December of 1911, Elizabeth and her daughter sought to escape their sorrow by taking a trip to Europe, returning on the Titanic.

A resident of St. Louis, Missouri, she boarded the Titanic at Southampton with her niece, Elisabeth Walton Allen, her daughter from her marriage to Judge Madill Georgette Alexandra Madill, and her maid Emilie Kreuchen. She occupied cabin B-3.

Elisabeth Robert was rescued in lifeboat 2.

She died January 15, 1956.

The family is buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri. Mrs. Robert, always especially kind and thoughtful of her family's servants, took the highly unusual step of seeing to it that when three of the black servants died (Katherine Harris in 1937, Laura Belle Harris in 1942, and Viola Harris Douglas in 1945) the women were buried with the rest of the Madill family in Bellefontaine.

Travelling Companions (on same ticket)

  • Miss Elisabeth Walton Allen
  • Miss Emilie Kreuchen
  • Miss Georgette Alexandra Madill

References and Sources

  • Unidentified Newspaper (St. Louis, Missouri), 4 January 1904, Robert - Madill
  • Atlantic City Daily Press, 20 April 1912, Alarmed County Man Finds Sister was Rescued
  • Atlantic City Daily Press, 23 April 1912, An Atlantic Man Finds Evidence Favoring Ismay
  • Obituary of Elisabeth Scott Robert
  • The Division Of Health Of Missouri Standard Certificate Of Death


  • Phillip Gowan, USA

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