Wednesday, 11 April 2012
Alfred Augustus Stanbrook was 30 years old when he died in the Titanic disaster. He was single and he is buried in Halifax, Canada.
Frederick Hartnell 20 survivor Lifeboat 11 ....Ist class Steward Titanic victualling crew.
William James Major,32, survivor, married, Lifeboat 13 disembarked from the Carpathia on April 18th in New York City
Albert William Hebb survived by clinging onto collapsible Lifeboat B. He was 20 yrs old.
Frederick Sheath aged 20 survivor rescue boat 1 taken by the Carpathia to New York City. He died in 1933
Henry Parkinson Hill aged 36, married, died on the sinking and his body was never recovered.
Charles Hendrickson, 29, survivor rescue boat 1
Granny Chorley making paper sailor hats.......
Yesterday marked 100 years since the Titanic set sail from Southampton. We took part in a march by schoolchildren, parents, teachers and friends to commemorate the sailing of the Titanic and remembering all those who lost their lives when it hit an iceberg and sank on April 15th 1912. Every person on the march carried a placard remembering everyone one who sailed that fateful day. It was a poignant reminder of a terrible tragedy that affected Southampton and it's male population a large proportion of whom worked on the Titanic and lost their lives that day. The march coincided with the opening of the Sea Scape museum which will house a permanent exhibition about the Titanic and the people who worked and died on her.