Baby Named for the Georgic

In 1933, during the second week of May, the ocean liner Georgic traveled west across the Atlantic from Ireland to the United States.

One day into the trip, a pregnant passenger named Alice Nolan welcomed a son — the first baby ever born aboard the Georgic (which had been launched earlier in the 1930s).

The baby’s name? George, in honor of the ship.

Sources:

  • “Baby, Born at Sea, Georgic Attraction.” Boston Globe 15 May 1933: 2.
  • “Baby Born on Liner Georgic.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 15 May 1933: 9.

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