Daisy E Minahan
|Cause of death:||Tuberculosis|
|Place of Burial:||Calvary Cemetery Los Angeles California United States|
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Historical records matching Daisy E Minahan
About Daisy E Minahan
- Name: Miss Daisy E. Minahan
- Born: Thursday 9th January 1879
- Age: 33 years
- Marital Status: Single.
- Last Residence: in Green Bay Wisconsin United States
- 1st Class passenger
- First Embarked:
- Ticket No. 19928 , £90
- Cabin No.: C78
- Rescued (boat 14)
- Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912
- Died: Wednesday 30th April 1919
- Cause of Death: Tuberculosis
- Buried: Calvary Cemetery Los Angeles California United States
Miss Daisy E. Minahan, 33, was born 9 January 1879 in Wisconsin, the daughter of Irish immigrants William B. Minahan and Mary Shaughnessy. Daisy worked as a school teacher and lived in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Daisy Minahan boarded the Titanic at Queenstown. Travelling as first class passengers, she, her brother William and sister-in-law Lillian occupied cabin C-78.
"I was awakened by the crying of a woman in the passageway." She recalled on 13 May 1912. Until the day she died she believed the crying woman was Madeleine Astor wife of John Jacob Astor, whose great-grandfather had once owned a considerable amount of land in Green Bay.
Lillian and Daisy were rescued in lifeboat 14 but were transferred to collapsible D during the night.
Daisy was never the same after the trauma of the Titanic. By 24 April 1912 she and Lillian were back in Green Bay. But less than a month after the disaster, Daisy was admitted to a sanatorium in Wood County for pneumonia. Having moved to Los Angeles about 1918, she died on 30 April 1919, aged 40. In a letter to her aunt on 1 May 1919, a cousin wrote, "Daisy's condition was very, very poor and the end could have been nothing but a great relief for her."
Travelling Companions (on same ticket)
- Dr William Edward Minahan
- Mrs Lillian E. Minahan
References and Sources
- Fond du Lac Daily Commonwealth, May 3, 1919, Obituary
- State of California Standard Certificate of Death
- Green Bay Press-Gazette, March 20, 1998
- United States Senate (62nd Congress), Subcommittee Hearings of the Committee on Commerce, Titanic Disaster, Washington 1912
- John Frey
- Phillip Gowan, USA
- Thomas J Hawley
- Lisa Bertrand Moore, USA