Caroline Bonnell (Jones)
1st Class
b. April 3, 1882
d. March 13, 1950
Lot 52, NW Corner
Lat: 41° 05’ 54”N, Lon: 80° 39’ 39”W
George Dennick Wick
1st Class
b. June 24, 1854
d. April 15, 1912
Lot 748 – Cenotaph
Lat: 41° 05’ 50”N, Lon: 80° 39’ 40”W
Mary Wick
1st Class
b. October 12, 1866
d. January 30, 1920
Lot 748
Lat: 41° 05’ 50”N, Lon: 80° 39’ 40”W
Caroline Bonnell was returning to the United States following a tour of Europe with her aunt and second cousins (the Wick family of Youngstown, Ohio) when Titanic struck the iceberg. All the women of the party – Caroline Bonnell, Elizabeth (Lilly) Bonnell, Natalie Wick and Mary (Mollie) Wick – boarded lifeboat number eight and survived the disaster. George D. Wick remained onboard and died in the sinking. His body was never recovered.
[ Visit Encyclopedia Titanica for additional information relating to Caroline Bonnell and the Wick family ]
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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Oak Hill Cemetery entrance Wick family plot at Oak Hill Mary Wick grave stone
Location of Oak Hill Cemetery
344 Oak Hill Avenue, Youngstown, OH 44502
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Oak Hill Cemetery Maps and Documentation
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