Robert Emmett Keane (1885-1981)
& 2nd wife Claire Whitney (1890-1969)
On 17th March 1923, "Emmett" and Claire sailed
from New York on the S.S. President Roosevelt
for a "pleasure trip" in the British Isles and France.
Emmett, a well-known and well-loved vaudeville comedian, had already appeared at the Hippodrome in London in 1916 with then-wife "Little Muriel" Window, who divorced him a year or two later to marry her "butter & egg man", Arthur S. Hanford, Jr. and temporarily retired to Sioux City Iowa.
Emmett would go on to become a character actor in Hollywood who, judging by his bio at imbd.com, was steadily employed practically until the day he died.
By the looks of actress Claire Whitney's bio at imdb, she was rarely out of work either.
They wed in October 1921 in Jersey City NJ, and remained married until she died in 1969.
Oddly, Claire's grave isn't marked, but Emmett's is. Only by checking the cem's records would one know Claire's final resting place is the "empty" space next to him at Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills).
A.J. Marik for this wonderful photo of their graves.
Robert Emmett Keane is Memorial #5902693 at Find A Grave, and Claire is #6102698. Additional information and photos of both can be found on their memorial pages.