Albert A. Stewart
1st Class
b. March 17, 1848
d. April 15, 1912
Lot 5, Section 2 – Cenotaph
Lat: 38° 47’ 53”N, Lon: 82° 13’ 18”W
First Class passenger Albert A. Stewart was the New York representative of the Strobridge Lithography Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. He grew up in Gallia County and his sisters’ families continued to live there after he left. Mr. Stewart had been in France with his family when he decided to return to New York on business and boarded the Titanic in Cherbourg. His wife was detained by illness and did not accompany him. Mr. Stewart died in the sinking. His body, if found, was never identified.
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Note: A cenotaph is a monument erected in honor of a someone whose remains lie elsewhere.
The word is derived from the Greek and literally means “empty tomb”.
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