Frances Ramsey McIntosh (1851 - 1915)

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Birthplace: Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, UK
Death: Died in At sea
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About Frances Ramsey McIntosh

Frances Ramsey McIntosh Stephens

  • RMS Lusitania victim

A Canadian philanthropist of Scottish descent and a prominent lady of Montréal high society. She was the wife of the landowner and lawyer George Washington Stephens, a Cabinet minister of Québec. She was traveling aboard Lusitania with grandson John Harrison Chattan Stephens, maid Elise Oberlin, and nurse Caroline Milne. The entire party was lost in the Lusitania sinking. Frances' body was recovered, but while her body was being transported back to Canada aboard the RMS Hesperian, the U-20, the same German submarine that sank the Lusitania, torpedoed and sank the Hesperian. Frances Stephens was twice a victim of Kapitanleutnant Walther Schwieger and the U-20.

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Frances McIntosh Stephens's Timeline

1851
January 27, 1851
Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, UK
1878
1878
Age 26
1887
October 26, 1887
Age 36
Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
1915
May 7, 1915
Age 64
At sea