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Mrs. Conway Seymour Godfrey Campbell-Johnston (Ida Amelia McBride)

Ida Campbell-Johnston, 57, was the wife of Conway Campbell-Johnston. They were both British subjects living near Pasadena, California, United States, at their ranch of San Rafael. Conway was hoping to enlist in the British Army. On board the Lusitania, their ticket number was 46147 and they stayed in cabin B-43. Both Conway and Ida were lost when the Lusitania was torpedoed and sunk on 7 May 1915. Ida’s body was recovered, #2, Conway’s was not. The Church of the Angels in Pasadena has a memorial to Ida and Conway. The church has a crypt for the Campbell-Johnston family, but as land zoning laws in Pasadena prohibit burials, the crypt is thought to stand empty.

Links of interest

Church of the Angels – History Church of the Angels – Bob Taylor Properties Goodbye Church of the Angels – Pasadena Daily Photo
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