Amelia Mary Brown (1893 - 1976) MP

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Birthplace: London, UK
Death: Died in Sutton, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
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About Amelia Mary Brown

Miss Amelia Mary "Mildred" Brown

Miss Amelia (Mildred) Brown was cook to Hudson Allison and family and travelled second class as did their chauffeur George Swane. During the voyage she shared a room (F-33) with Selena Rogers Cook, Elizabeth Nye and Amelia Lemore.

On the night of April 14th Mildred was very reluctant to get up even when Swane and her room mates encouraged warned her of the danger. Only when Miss Rogers exclaimed that she was surely the only person on the entire ship to remain in bed, did she stir.

Mildred was rescued in lifeboat 11 and wrote to her mother from the Carpathia. -------------------- http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-survivor/mildred-brown.html

  • Name: Miss Amelia Mary "Mildred" Brown
  • Born: Friday 18th August 1893
  • Age: 18 years 7 months and 28 days.
  • Marital Status: Single.
  • Last Residence: at 152 Abbey Road London London England
  • Occupation: Cook (Personal)
  • 2nd Class passenger
  • First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912
  • Ticket No. 248733 , £13
  • Cabin No.: F33
  • Rescued (boat 11)
  • Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912
  • Died: Wednesday 30th June 1976

Miss Amelia (Mildred) Brown was cook to Hudson Allison and family and travelled second class as did their chauffeur George Swane. During the voyage she shared a room (F-33) with Selena Rogers Cook, Elizabeth Nye and Amelia Lemore.

On the night of April 14th Mildred was very reluctant to get up even when Swane and her room mates encouraged warned her of the danger. Only when Miss Rogers exclaimed that she was surely the only person on the entire ship to remain in bed, did she stir

Mildred was rescued in lifeboat 11 and wrote to her mother from the Carpathia. The letter is postmarked Grand Central Station, New York, 10 a.m., April 19th 1912.

Travelling Companions

  • Mrs Selena Cook Cabin Companion
  • Mr Hudson Joshua Creighton Allison Employer
  • Mrs Bessie Waldo Allison Employer

References and Sources

  • Don Lynch & Ken Marschall (1992) Titanic: An Illustrated History. London, Hodder & Stoughton. ISBN 0 340 56271 4
  • Atlantic Daily Bulletin, Journal of the British Titanic Society (1995) No.3, p.5

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  • Pat Mayhew
  • Brian Ticehurst, UK
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Amelia Mary "Mildred" Brown's Timeline

1893
August 18, 1893
London, UK
1976
August, 1976
Age 82
Sutton, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
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