Titanic Passenger – Martha Evelyn Stone

I am a relative of First Class survivor Martha Evelyn Stone (née Stone), wife of Captain George Nelson Stone, who once owned the land where Fort Knox stands (which is now controlled by the government). Obviously this is a connection that is by marriage, as she had no children with her first husband, Mr John Harrington, and none with her second husband as she was too old by the time she remarried. On Mr Philip Hind’s Web Site, the name of Eleanor M. is actually Eliza M. This connection runs through my great grandmother, Anna ‘Annie’ Jane Davis, who is the granddaughter or great granddaughter of one of Jefferson Davis’s brothers, therefore my Uncle Jeff Davis. She would know more information on this connection and has all the details, but this is how I relate to Mrs George Nelson Stone of First Class. I think that I am related also to one of four First Class women to perish on the Titanic , Miss Edith Corse Evans of New York City, New York. I was told that we are related to Andrew Hamilton, one of her relatives, and aside from that she is related to other famous American patriots, and I also have American patriots in my line, but I am currently trying to go into further detail at this point to find the connection. Jeffrey Kern

One Response to “Titanic Passenger – Martha Evelyn Stone”

  1. To jeffrey Kern
    I’m fascinated in Edith Corse Evans and have some information about her I can mail you
    sincerely
    eric
    tortoise1234567@yahoo.com

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This website relates to the story of the Titanic. The Grand Ocean liner sank during its maiden journey on April 15, 1912. The death toll was 1523 of the 2228 passengers and crew members aboard. There were only 705 that survived. But there is more to the story of the Titanic than just the sinking. There is the connection people feel when they open their hearts to the event. Then there is also the Children of the Titanic, the people that are related to a person aboard the ship. In all reality anyone that feels connected in there heart to the Titanic somehow can be called a "Child of the Titanic". So on that note! Welcome to the site!

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