TITANIC-TITANIC.com | Titanic First Class Passenger - CARTER, Mrs Lucile
- Age: 36
- Date of Birth (D.O.B.): 8th October, 1875
- Place of Residence: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
- Embarked at: Southampton, England ( List ) on Wednesday, 10th April, 1912
- Ticket Number: 113760
- Price Of Ticket: £120 0s 0d
- Cabin Number: B-96 / B-98
- Class: First Class Passengers
- Destination: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
- Survived: Yes ( List )
- Lifeboat Number: No. 4
- Location Buried: Saint Michaels Cemetery, Birdsboro, Berks County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Lucile Carter was traveling with her husband, William Ernest Carter, and the couple's two children, Lucile Polk Carter, and William Thornton Carter, and they all boarded the Titanic at Southampton, England, on Wednesday, 10th April, 1912, traveling to Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Also traveling in the Carter entourage were three members of the family's staff. Charles Augustus Aldworth was William Ernest Carter's chauffeur, Alexander Cairns was William Ernest Carter's valet, and Auguste Serreplan, Lucile Carter's maid.
Lucile Carter, Lucile Polk Carter, William Thornton Carter and Auguste Serreplan all managed to board lifeboat No. 4. William Ernest Carter managed to board lifeboat Collapsible C but Charles Augustus Aldworth and Alexander Cairns were both lost, and their bodies were not recovered.
Lucile Carter died on 26th October, 1934, and was buried in Saint Michaels Cemetery, Birdsboro, Berks County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
- Charles Augustus Aldworth
- Alexander Cairns
- Lucile Carter
- Lucile Polk Carter
- William Ernest Carter
- William Thornton Carter
- Auguste Serreplan
- Carter, William E. - Death Certificate
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