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Mrs. Stanley Llandolf Burnett Lines (Ethel Moore Lamping)

Ethel Lines, 34, was the wife of Stanley Lines. They were British subjects living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Stanley and Ethel were traveling aboard Lusitania to England to volunteer with the Red Cross. Both Stanley and Ethel survived the Lusitania disaster. Ethel escaped the ship in lifeboat 13. A newspaper tribute to Alfred Vanderbilt was credited to Ethel Lines, but she disclaimed the tribute and claimed it to be a reporter's invention. Ethel’s lifeboat had been on Lusitania’s starboard side whereas Vanderbilt had been on the port side. Contributors: Michael Poirier

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