About Albert A Stewart
- Name: Mr Albert A. Stewart
- Age: 54 years
- Last Residence: in Cincinnati United States
- Occupation: Businessman
- 1st Class passenger
- First Embarked: Cherbourg on Wednesday 10th April 1912
- Ticket No. 17605 , £27 14s 5d
- Died in the sinking.
- Body Not Recovered
Albert Stewart lived in New York City and was the New York representative of the Stowbridge Lithography Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. He was had a residence in Gallipolis, Ohio. According to Walter lord, Stewart was an "ebullient old gentleman who had a large interest in the Barnum and Bailey Circus."
The Stewart family had been vacationing in France, Mr Stewart travelled back ahead of the other family members and boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg. During the voyage he became friendly with Dickinson and Helen Bishop. On the night of the disaster he encouraged them on deck to see the ice that had fallen from the passing iceberg. Mr and Mrs Bishop were rescued but Stewart was lost in the sinking.
References and Sources
- Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio), 18 April 1912
- Dowagiac Daily News (Michigan), 10 May 1912
- Walter Lord (1976) A Night to Remember. London, Penguin. ISBN 0 14 004757 3
- David Bronson, USA
- Homer Thiel, USA