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Mrs. Aubrey M. Millar (Margaret Todd)

Margaret Millar was a British citizen from New York City, New York, United States.  She was a widow traveling on Lusitania to see her late husband’s family in Glasgow, Scotland.  Margaret was lost in the Lusitania disaster. Margaret was on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.  From the New York Times, Sunday, 9 May 1915, page 5, column 2:
In that stream of inquirers that passed into the [Cunard] office in the early afternoon was G. S. Lundgren [spelling?] of the local Weather Bureau. He was seeking some word as to the safety of his sister, Mrs. Aubrey Miller [sic] of 602 West 137th Street. She was bound for Glasgow, he said, to visit her husband’s relatives. Mr. Miller [sic] died three months ago and it had been his wish that his wife meet his relatives.
Margaret was survived by four sisters, Eleanor, Sara, Mary, and Ray. At the time of the Lusitania disaster, Eleanor was already an American national. The other sisters became US citizens afterwards in 1916.

Related pages

Margaret Millar at the Mixed Claims Commission
Contributor: Judith Tavares References: New York Times.  Sunday, 9 May 1915, page 5.

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