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Marriage of Dr. Washington Dodge and Mrs. Ruth Brown

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 08:17:15 +0100

The marriage of Dr. Washington Dodge and Mrs. Ruth Brown will take place next Thursday in New York.... San Francisco Call Mon, 09 Apr 1906

Washington Dodge Marriage

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 08:14:57 +0100

The announcement of Dr. Washington Dodges engagement to a fair Gothamite is causing a bit of pleasurable excitement. ... San Francisco Call Tue, 03 Apr 1906

Titanic passengers that cancelled or missed the crossing

Sat, 12 Aug 2017 07:21:03 +0100

This page contains the names of several people that planned to travel on the Titanic but for one reason failed to do so. Some had actually booked cabins and these are confirmed by their presence in an early passenger list. Others only appear in newspaper reports or family lore and are therefore harder to verify. See also Unl...


Fri, 11 Aug 2017 21:21:07 +0100

Another Local Man Among the Rescued. Intimation was received in the city yesterday that another local member of the crew of the Titanic in the person of Mr. John Haggan of Thorndyke Street Mountpottinger had been rescued. Mr. Haggans father received a joyful surprise in the form of a cablegram stating that his son who had been fireman om the Titanic was saved and that he was returning home on the Red Star liner Lapland. The corrected list of survivors issued by th... Belfast Newsletter Tue, 23 Apr 1912

Sheffielder's Brother Missing

Fri, 28 Jul 2017 18:15:56 +0100

Among those who sailed on the Titanic was Mr. Lawrence Beesley of Cambridge a member of a family which lived in Sheffield for some years; and it is only by good fortune that his brother Mr. Arthur Beesley an architect in the city has escaped the same fate. The family went to live in Broomgrove Road some four years ago on the retirement from business of the father Mr. Henry Beesley who had been a bank manager in Derbyshire. Mr. Henry Beesley died about two years ago.... Sheffield Daily Telegraph Wed, 17 Apr 1912

First Class Honourmen

Fri, 28 Jul 2017 18:03:05 +0100

Mr Lawence Beesley whose name appears in the Cambridge University Natural Science Tripos List among the First Class Honourmen is the third son of Mr. H. Beesley of Broomgrove Road late manager of the Capital and Counties Bank Wirksworth. He was educated at the Wirkworth Grammar School and Derby School and he takes his degree from Gonville and Caius College.... Sheffield Daily Telegraph Fri, 19 Jun 1903

Retford Lady on the Titanic

Wed, 26 Jul 2017 21:04:16 +0100

Mrs. Nichols the eldest daughter of Mrs. Lee Ivy House Moorgate Retford was one of the passengers on the Titanic but fortunately she left the liner at Queenstown. Accompanying her was Mr. R. W. Smith a London tea merchant a friend of the family who was on his way to New York. It is feared that Mr. Smith who coninued his journey on the vessel after leaving Queenston has been drowned. ... Sheffield Daily Telegraph Sat, 20 Apr 1912

Chesterfield Nurse Rescued

Wed, 26 Jul 2017 20:29:07 +0100

Miss Evelyn Marsden who was a nursestewardess in the first caloon on the Titanic is among the rescued. ... Sheffield Daily Telegraph Sat, 20 Apr 1912

A survivor from the 'Titanic' in Jersey

Tue, 25 Jul 2017 08:57:18 +0100

To meet and speak to one of the five hundred odd survivors of the Titanic disaster is something of an experience...... Jersey Morning News Tue, 21 May 1912

British Titanic Inquiry testimony of Annie Robinson, Stewardess

Tue, 25 Jul 2017 07:47:22 +0100

Examined by Mr. RAYMOND ASQUITH. 13272. You were a First class Stewardess on the "Titanic" were you not? Yes. 13273. And at the time the ship struck the iceberg I think you were in bed? I was. 13274. Did you get up and dress? I did. 13275. And did you afterwards go in the direction of the mail room? Yes. 13276. What deck were you on? E deck. 13277. When you got ... British Inquiry Mon, 20 May 1912