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I have to do research on Mrs. James Baxter. If I don't I will fail Literature. I did not only join because of homework. I think this site is cool! But right now I need help with homework...where can I find info on this character? ^^^THANKS^^^
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thats all i could find out. ask nosie rosie. she can help, if she has time.

Mrs James Baxter (Helene DeLaudeniere Chaput), 50, from Montreal, PQ boarded
the Titanic at Cherbourg with her son Quigg Edmond Baxter, their cabin was
B-58/60. Mrs Baxter was rescued in lifeboat 6.
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that's pretty cool
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Mrs Hélène Baxter (née de Lanaudière-Chaput)
She was born on Saturday 29th March 1862 in Joliette Québéc Canada

When the Titanic sank Hélène Baxter was aged 50 years and 17 days.

She was widowed.

Her last residence was in Montreal Québéc Canada

She boarded the Titanic as a 1st Class passenger at Cherbourg on Wednesday 10th April 1912 , Ticket No. 17558 , £247 10s 10d , Cabin No. B58/60

Hélène Baxter survived the sinking (boat 6) and was picked up by the Carpathia disembarking at New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912

She died on Monday 18th June 1923 and was buried at Notre Dame de Neiges Cemetery Montreal Québéc Canada






her children

Quigg Edmond BAXTER (1889-1912)
First Class Cabins # B-58 & # B-60
Mr. Quigg Edmond Baxter (24) from Montreal, Quebec, Canada boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with his mother Mrs. James Baxter (Helene DeLaudeniere) (50) and his sister Suzette Douglas.
They also occupied Cabin B-60.
Mr Quigg Baxter did not survive the sinking, but his mother and sister were rescued in Lifeboat # 6.

Helene (Suzette) DOUGLAS (nee BAXTER) survived in Lifeboat # 6.
Wife of Dr. Fred C. DOUGLAS & sister of Quigg Edmond BAXTER


Mrs Frederick Charles Douglas (Mary Hélène Jane "Suzette" Baxter), 27, was born in Montreal 4 April 1885, the daughter of a wealthy diamond merchant and banker. She was raised in the affluent Square Mile district of the city, where everyone called her by the nickname 'Zette. When she was 24 she married Fred Charles Douglas, a medical doctor. 'Zette's mother financed a medical clinic on St. Famille St., so Douglas could go into business for himself, and she paid for his post graduate studies in London in 1910. Her interference caused problems in the marriage. In the spring of 1911, Zette decided, against her husband's wishes, to go to Europe with her mother and her younger brother Quigg.

She boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg as a first class passenger and shared cabin B-60 (?58) with her mother Hélène. She survived the sinking in lifeboat 6 but when she returned to Montreal she contracted a mild case of polio and needed a leg brace to get around. Her husband became an alcoholic and lost his hospital privileges and eventually moved to Sherbrooke, Quebec. After her mother died in 1923, Zette Baxter left her husband and went to live with a Montreal stockbroker, Edgar Cole Richardson.

In the early 1930's they moved to Redlands, California, to a house at 715 West Clark St. There, according to her nephew, she lived, surrounded by "mothballs and memories," until her death there on 31 December 1954.


Mr Quigg Edmond Baxter
He was born on Wednesday 13th July 1887

When the Titanic sank Quigg Edmond Baxter was aged 24 years

His last residence was in Montreal Québéc Canada

He boarded the Titanic as a 1st Class passenger at Cherbourg on Wednesday 10th April 1912 , Ticket No. 17558 , £247 10s 10d , Cabin No. B58/60

Baxter died in the sinking. His body was never recovered .






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