Mrs Margaretha Emerentia Frölicher

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<ul><li><p>8/2/2019 Mrs Margaretha Emerentia Frlicher</p><p> 1/2</p><p>Mrs Margaretha Emerentia Frlicher-Stehli (ne Stehli)</p><p>Titanic Survivors Titanic 1st Class Passengers BiographyShare</p><p>Name: Mrs Margaretha Emerentia Frlicher-Stehli (ne Stehli)</p><p>Born: Monday 15th February 1864Age: 48 years</p><p>Married to Maximilian Josef Frlicher-Stehli.</p><p>Last Residence: in Zrich Switzerland1st Class passenger</p><p>First Embarked: Cherbourg on Wednesday 10th April 1912</p><p>Ticket No. 13567 , 79 4s</p><p>Cabin No.: B41Rescued (boat 5)</p><p>Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912</p><p>Died: Monday 21st March 1955</p><p>Mrs Maximilian Josef Frlicher-Stehli (Margaretha Emerentia Stehli), 48, was born on 15February 1864, the daughter of Emil Stehli-Hirt, a silk manufacturer. On 5 September 1885</p><p>she married Maximilian Josef Frlicher. Between 1886 and 1894 five children were born to</p><p>the couple. She and her husband lived at "Villa Riesmatt" 6 Mittelstrasse, Zrich,Switzerland.</p><p>In the beginning of 1912 Margaretha accompanied her husband and daughter Hedwig</p><p>Margaritha to America. She boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg and occupied together withher husband cabin B-41 (ticket No. 13567, 79 4 s).</p><p>On April 10th she wrote a postcard on the tender Nomadic to her youngest son Willy:"Before leaving of the steamer cordial greetings. We sail on a small ship out to the sea and</p><p>were taken aboard the big steamer after about half an hour. Recommendations to the</p><p>reverend - in love your Mum." She posted it on the Nomadic.</p><p>During the night from 11th to 12th April her daughter got seasick, so she stayed at he side.</p><p>On April 14th she had already gone to bed but were not asleep when the collision appeared.Her husband got upset and she tried to keep him calm.</p><p>She and her family entered lifeboat 5 and after 3 hours they were rescued by theCarpathia.</p><p>In New York she was awaited from her son Max and her brother Emil. She first resided atthe Hotel Majestic (72nd Street West), then moved together with her daughter to her</p><p>brother Emil. Her husband went to Canada for business. After coming back, all of them</p><p>sailed back to Switzerland, shortly stopping in London, on the Kronprinz Wilhelm on 21</p><p>May.</p></li><li><p>8/2/2019 Mrs Margaretha Emerentia Frlicher</p><p> 2/2</p><p>After the death of her husband on 22 November 1913 she became the center of her family.</p><p>Margartha ("Gritli") Frlicher-Stehli died on 21 March 1955, 91 years of age. She wasburied at Enzenbhl cemetery, Zrich, at the side of her husband.</p><p>NotesSome sources give the date of death as 15 February 1955.</p><p>Travelling Companions (on same ticket)Mr Maximilian Josef Frlicher-Stehli</p><p>References and Sources</p><p>Gnter Bbler (1998) Reise auf der Titanic. Chronos, Zrich</p><p>Contract Ticket List, White Star Line 1912 (National Archives, New York; NRAN-21-SDNYCIVCAS-55[279]).</p><p>List or Manifest of Alien Passengers for the United States Immigration Officer At Port of</p><p>Arrival (Date: 18th-19th June 1912, Ship: Carpathia) - National Archives, NWCTB-85-</p><p>T715-Vol. 4183.Credits</p><p>Nicolas Frlicher, SwitzerlandPhillip Gowan, USA</p><p>Hermann Sldner, Germany</p></li></ul>