About Eliza Johnston (Watson)
- Name: Mrs Eliza Johnston (née Watson)
- Age: 34 years
- Married to Andrew Emslie Johnston.
- Last Residence: in Thornton Heath London England
- 3rd Class passenger
- First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912
- Ticket No. 6607 , £23 9s
- Destination: New London Connecticut United States
- Died in the sinking. Body Not Recovered
Mrs Andrew Emslie Johnston (Eliza Watson) was the daughter of William and Catherine Margaret (née McGregor) Watson of Bracadale, Isle of Skye. She was married to Andrew Emslie Johnston on 24th December, 1902 at the United Free Presbyterian Church, Alexandria near Glasgow.
She boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a third class passenger, travelling with her were her husband and children William and Catherine, her sister Margaret Ford, with four of her children: Margaret, Edward, William and Robina together with a family friend Phoebe Harknett.
The entire party was lost in the disaster. Their bodies, if recovered, were never identified.
Travelling Companions (on same ticket) Mr Andrew Emslie Johnston Master William Andrew Johnston Miss Catherine Nellie Johnston Travelling Companions Mrs Margaret Ann Watson Ford Sister Miss Alice Phoebe Harknett Lodger Miss Dollina Margaret Ford Neice Mr Edward Watson Ford Nephew Mr William Neal Thomas Ford Nephew Miss Robina Maggie Ford Neice References and Sources Contract Ticket List, White Star Line 1912 (National Archives, New York; NRAN-21-SDNYCIVCAS-55) Names and Descriptions of British Passengers Embarked at the Port of Southampton, 10 April 1912 (PRO London, BT 27/780B) Marriages, births, deaths and injuries that have occurred on board during the voyage (PRO London, BT 100/259-260)
Credits Geoff Whitfield, UK
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December 24, 1902
Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire, UK
September 14, 1903
Croydon, Greater London, UK
February 19, 1905
April 15, 1912
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