The Clarks were related to railroad owners, who built the track between California and Utah. They met in Montana while growing up, and later married. At the time of the disaster, the cousin of Walter spoke for her, saying to reporters that the “distressing impressions left upon the mind of his widow” made it impossible for her to talk about the experience. Virginia was 26 at the time of the crash, and she died in 1958.
You can see the locket below. Much simpler than a blue diamond, but just as priceless.