TITANIC-TITANIC.com | Titanic First Class Passenger - AUBART, Mme. Léontine Pauline
- Age: 24
- Date of Birth (D.O.B.): 20th May, 1887
- Place of Residence: Paris, France
- Embarked at: Cherbourg, France ( List ) on Wednesday, 10th April, 1912
- Ticket Number: 17477
- Price Of Ticket: £69 6s 0d
- Cabin Number: B-35
- Class: First Class Passengers
- Destination: New York City, New York
- Survived: Yes ( List )
- Lifeboat Number: No. 9
- Location Buried: Cimetiere St. Vincent, Montmartre, Paris, Ile-de-France, France
Benjamin Guggenheim was traveling with his mistress, Leontine Pauline Aubert and his personal valet, Victor Giglio. The Guggenheim party all boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg, France, on Wednesday, 10th April, 1912, and were bound for New York City, New York.
Benjamin Guggenheim saw his mistress, Leontine Pauline Aubert, safely onto lifeboat No. 9, then he and his valet, Victor Giglio, changed into their best evening wear. When asked if he was going to try to save himself, Benjamin Guggenheim famously replied; "We have dressed in our best, and are prepared to go down like gentlemen."
Leontine Pauline Aubert died on the 29th October, 1967, and she was buried in Cimetiere St. Vincent, Montmartre, Paris, Ile-de-France, France.
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