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Gwendolyn Evelyn Allan
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Birth: Nov. 8, 1898
Quebec, Canada
Death: May 7, 1915, At Sea

Victim of the sinking of the Lusitania. Gwendolyn Evelyn Allan, 15, was born to Sir Montagu Allan and Marguerite, Lady Allan of Montréal, Quebec, Canada, on 20 April 1900. She was the youngest of four children. Hoehling/Hoehling states that she was the twin sister of Anna Marjory Allan, but in actuality Anna was almost two years older than Gwen. Both Gwen and her sister Anna died when the Lusitania was torpedoed by a German submarine off the coast of Ireland. She was just 15 years old. Her body was found and buried in Canada while Anna's body was lost at sea. 
 
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 Parents:
  Hugh Andrew Montugu Allan (1860 - 1951)
  Marguerite Ethel MacKenzie Allan (1873 - 1957)
 
 Siblings:
  Hugh Allan (1896 - 1917)*
  Gwendolyn Evelyn Allan (1898 - 1915)
  Anna Marjory Allan (1900 - 1915)*
 
*Calculated relationship

Cause of death: Lusitania sinking
 
Burial:
Mount Royal Cemetery
Montreal
Montreal Region
Quebec, Canada
 
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Record added: Sep 13, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 12525
Gwendolyn Evelyn Allan
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Gwendolyn Evelyn Allan
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- Patricia Spellman Saville
 Added: Sep. 19, 2013
Rest in peace, my beautiful grandmother-in-Christ. I love you very, very much.
- Pinoy Pride
 Added: Jul. 22, 2013

- Sadie
 Added: Jun. 28, 2011
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