Madill, Miss Georgette Alexandra
Passenger: 1st Class
14 Mar 1896
St Louis, Missouri, USA
13 Feb 1974
Elizabeth Walton McMillan, Georgette's mother was widowed twice within a decade and it seems the pair agreed upon a European vacation to help recover from the devastating events. They booked passage on the Titanic for the return to America. Georgette was also travelling with her cousin Elisabeth Walton Allen and her mother's maid Emilie Kreuchen.
Georgette, her mother, cousin and their maid escaped the sinking liner on lifeboat 2. It seems the events did not perturb Georgette from travelling as she continued to travel extensively as part of her work for the Red Cross. In the years that followed she had trips to Japan, China and Serbia and in the 1920s she travelled across Europe.
Despite living in London, she remained close to her mother, frequently crossing the Atlantic. She married Anthony Bagshawe Mattei, a Marquess of Maltese heritage, in London in 1931. The couple remained childless and were registered as resident in London all the way through to the 1960s.
Georgette reportedly became grossly overweight in her later years and died in February 1977. Her widower died in 1992. They are together in eternal rest in Clevedon, North Somerset, England.
Primary source : Encyclopaedia Titanica