Amelia Anne Baker (1888 - 1915)

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Birthplace: Duluth, St. Louis, MN, USA
Death: Died in Irish Channel
Occupation: American opera singer
Managed by: Anne-Marie Healy-Kalishoek (C)
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Millie Baker

  • RMS Lusitania victim

Millie Baker (1888 – 1915), 27, was an American opera singer from Duluth, Minnesota, who had been training her voice in France and Spain since 1909. She was hoping to make her stage debut with the Opera Comique. Millie was traveling aboard Lusitania with Charles Williamson, in cabins facing each other. Her ticket was 46059 and she stayed in cabin B-38. Williamson, on the same ticket, was in B-34. Both she and Williamson were lost in sinking of the Lusitania on 7 May 1915.

Take note that Millie was adopted by the Baker family and not a natural child

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Millie Baker's Timeline

December 23, 1888
Duluth, St. Louis, MN, USA
April 23, 1907
Age 18
New York, New York, United States
Age 24
May 7, 1915
Age 26
Irish Channel