Carnrick, Maud Lehman

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Plot Location 2A12
Surname Carnrick
Given Name(s) Maud Lehman
Place of Birth New York
Date of Birth (Eng) March 3, 1885
Date of Birth (Heb)  
Date of Death (Eng) October 25, 1936
Date of Death (Heb)  
Age at Death 51
Hebrew Name  
Spouse’s Name Edgar Mortimer Carnrick
Father’s Name Joseph Lehman
Mother’s Name Malthiade Mathilde Kitzinger
Other Surnames  
Sex F
Marital Status W
Maiden Name Lehman
Title (e.g., Dr)  
Religious Status (כ/ל/י)  
Cause of Death Drowning, in Repulse Bay
Other Family Data Brothers: Lee Lehman and Hugil (Hego) Lehman
Inscription (Eng) IN
DIED 25TH OCT. 1936
Inscription (Heb) ת׳נ׳צ׳ב׳ה׳
Inscription (Other) “163” on front of slab; “BROWN JONES & CO.” on RHS edge of slab
Historical This was Edgar’s third marriage. He was born in 1869. It appears that he and Maud had no children but he did have a son, also named Edgar Mortimer Carnrick, with his second wife. Edgar (Sr.) died in 1934 in Los Angeles. He is buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Utility Columbarium, Lot 0, Space 523448) in Glendale, CA.


Maud sailed on the Empress of Australia to New York in April 1935. The ship’s manifest lists her home address as 502 Park Avenue, NY, so when did she come to Hong Kong? A family story is that she often told them that she wanted to walk into the South China Sea and never come back. As she drowned in Repulse Bay, perhaps she came to HK to kill herself.

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