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This is a complete list of Titanic victims whose bodies were later recovered. Some of them were identified, some were not.

Recovered by CS Mackay-Bennett: No's 1-306

List of recovered victims/No's 1-50

Body no. Description Addidional description / Buried Name
51
NO. 51. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE 30. - HAIR, MOUSTACHE, DARK.

CLOTHING - Striped green and grey cloth suit; brown striped shirt; black boots.

EFFECTS - Pipe bowl; passport; set of beads; $25.00 and 5 krones.

NO MARKS.

THIRD CLASS TICKET No. 349241

NAME -YOSEP DRAZENOUI.

at sea Jozef Drazenovic
52

NO. 52. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 60. - HAIR, GREY.

CLOTHING - Black coat and skirt; fur boa; striped cotton chemise; woolen singlet; black button boots; stockings.

EFFECTS - Wedding ring and seal keeper (chariot and horse); green stone ring on right hand; Visiting card to Mrs. Wotherspoon, Ashbourne Rd., West Southborne; photo in frame; in purse, £15 10s. in gold; 4 1/4d. in silver and copper.

SECOND CLASS TICKET E 77.

NAME IN PURSE - MRS. MACK. MARY MACK. Millbrook Rd., Southampton.

at sea Mary Mack
53
NO. 53. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 23. - HAIR, BROWN.

CLOTHING - Brown velvet coat; sailor blouse; white, with blue anchor on front; blue flannel petticoat with "E. M. C."; blue corsets; blue skirt with black braid; black stockings and shoes.

EFFECTS - Wedding ring and keeper (turquois and diamond) gold; bracelet on right wrist; two third class tickets; one purse with 1s. 11d.; fountain pen; keys; cosmetic, & etc.; and cards as below.

THIRD CLASS.

NAME - Mrs. N. McNAMEE. (EILEEN) Kingston House, Wilton Rd., Salisbury.

at sea Eileen McNamee
54
NO. 54. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 40. - HAIR. BROWN.

CLOTHING - Black coat and skirt; black beaded blouse; grey knickers; black boots and stockings. One gold tooth on top.

EFFECTS - Wedding ring and keeper.

NO MARKS ON BODY OR CLOTHING.

PROBABLY THIRD CLASS.

at sea Unknown
55
NO. 55. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 30. - HAIR. BROWN.

CLOTHING - Black coat and skirt; black underskirt; grey petticoat; camisole with violet ribbon threaded through; woolen singlet; black stockings much darned at left knee; black shoes.

EFFECTS - Gold watch pinned on left breast, marked "CKS" on back; opal and pearl ring "H. M" to "D. S."; gold ring like rim of half sovereign; wedding ring, "A. L. to C. April 21st., 09"; solitaire brilliant, and sapphire.

NO MARKS WHATEVER ON BODY OR CLOTHING.

POSSIBLY SECOND CLASS.

55 Female - Estimated age, 30.
Hair, brown.
Buried at sea
Had among effects, gold watch marked on back "C. K. S.," pinned on left breast. Opal and pearl rings, also garnet ring, engraved "H.N. to D.S." Wedding ring engraved "A.L. to C.S.," April 21st, 09." (All rings left on fingers).

Cordelia K. Lobb (later identified from initials)
56
NO. 56. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 40. - HAIR AND MOUSTACHE, DARK.

CLOTHING - Blue coat; striped trousers; flannel shirt; woolen singlet and drawers; black boots and socks.

EFFECTS - Half hunter gold watch and chain; silver match box; upper jaw, false teeth.

NO MARKS ON BODY OR CLOTHING.

PROBABLY THIRD CLASS.

56 Male - Estimated age, 40.
False upper teeth, upper jaw.
Hair and moustache, dark.
Buried at sea
Wore half hunter gold watch No. 5119 English make, and gold chain.

Unknown
57
NO. 57. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 35. - HAIR, DARK.

CLOTHING-Green covert coat; grey striped coat; blue trousers; Company's buttons on vest; undervest "HL"; new black boots; " H. L." on vest, etc.

EFFECTS - Letter in pocket to "Dear Humph" from "Dick." Company's checks for 1 penny No. 446; scissors; key; two knives.

CREW - Steward for rooms No. 470 (First Class).

57 Male - Estimated age,35.
Hair, Dark.
Buried at sea
Wore vest marked "H. L." Letter in pocket to "Dear Humph," from "Dick," possibly a steward.

Humphrey Lloyd (later identified)
58
NO. 58. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 18. - HAIR AND COMPLEXION, DARK.

CLOTHING - Dark mixture suit; check shirt; black boots; no marks on body or clothing.

EFFECTS - Purse with 10 c; pocket mirror; comb; key.

THIRD CLASS.

NAME - CATAVELAS VASSILIOS.

at sea Vasilios G. Katavelos
59
NO. 59. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 35. - HAIR, DARK; MUSTACHE, LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Dark mixture suit; striped flannel shirt; black silk muffler; black shoes.

EFFECTS - Pocket book; knife; razor; shaving brush; 1s.; Union book No. 1568, giving name: W. VEAR ( Fireman ), No. 1 Spar Gardens, Southampton.

FIREMAN.

NAME - W. VEAR. 2 Spa Gardens, Southampton.

at sea William Vear
60
NO. 60. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 43. - HAIR AND MOUSTACTHE, DARK.

CLOTHING - Blue coat; uniform vest; black trousers; black boots.

EFFECTS - Tobacco pouch and key.

NO MARKS ON BODY OR CLOTHING.

CREW-Steward for Rooms 82, etc.

60 Male - Estimated age, 45.
Hair, dark.
Buried at sea
Wore company's uniform; probably steward for rooms 82, etc.; no other marks to aid in identification.

Unknown
61
NO. 61. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 30. - HAIR, LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Green waterproof; black coat; skirt; blouse; red cardigan jacket; black button boots with cloth uppers.

EFFECTS - One gold watch, engraved inside "M. Mangan" and photo, and outside "M. Mangan"; gold locket with hair and photo as in watch, engraved "Mary"; gold chain; beads in pocket; brass belt buckle; medallion round neck; diamond solitaire ring; gold bracelet "M. M."; wire gold brooch.

NO MARKS ON CLOTHING.

PROBABLY THIRD CLASS.

NAME - MARY MANGAN.

at sea Mary Mangan
62
N0. 62. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 55. - HAIR, GREY.

CLOTHING - Evening dress, with "W. D. D." on shirt.

EFFECTS - Gold watch; chain; sov. Case with "WDD"; gold cigarette case "WDD"; five gold studs; wedding ring on finger engraved "May 19th, 84"; pocket letter case with $551.00, and 5 pound note; cards.

FIRST CLASS.

NAME-WALTER D. DOUGLAS.

Forwarded, May 1st to G.C. Douglas (Son), Minneapolis, Minnesota. Walter Donald Douglas
63
N0. 63. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 22. - HAIR, DARK BLACK.

CLOTHING - Blue dress and blouse; black shoes.

EFFECTS - Purse with miniature photo; key; few coins; photo locket.

NO MARKS ON BODY OR CLOTHING.

PROBABLY THIRD CLASS.

63 Female - Estimated age, 22.
Hair, black.
Buried at sea
Had purse with miniature photo of young man and a photo locket. No other aid to identification.

Unknown
64
N0. 64. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 34. - HAIR, DARK.

CLOTHING - Officers' uniform; double breasted uniform.

EFFECTS - Pocket book; purse with £1 0s. 2d.; cigarette case; scissors; silver watch with photo; silver match case and chain; pencil; keys; knife; stud; gold ring engraved "Elsie."

ASSISTANT PURSER.

NAME - J. R. RICE "Leafield," 311 Kimberly Drive. Great Crosby, Liverpool.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax John Reginald Rice
65
N0. 65. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 25. - HAIR, LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Flannel shirt and drawers; serge trousers; no boots;

TATTOO on right arm, three dots.

NO MARKS OR EFFECTS.

FIREMAN; PROBABLY ON WATCH.

65 Male - Estimated age, 25.
Hair, light.
Buried at sea
Tattoo on right forearm; three dots.

Unknown
66
N0. 66. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 50. - HAIR, DARK.

CLOTHING - Blue serge suit; blue striped flannel shirt; black boots and socks.

EFFECTS - Silver watch and chain; match box, "G.H."; bunch of keys; letters to G. HINCKLEY, 2 Oxford St., Southampton.

PROBABLY SECOND CLASS BATH STEWARD. NAME - G. HINCKLEY.

at sea George Herbert Hinckley
67
NO. 67. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 14. - HAIR, MEDIUM.

CLOTHING - Grey suit (knickers); striped shirt; black boots and stockings.

NO MARKS ON BODY OR CLOTHING.

THIRD CLASS TICKET. WILL SAGE on ticket, List No. 20, Berth 126.

at sea Anthony William Sage
68
NO. 68. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 40. - HAIR, DARK; MOUSTACHE, LIGHT

CLOTHING - Dark suit; black boots; grey socks.

EFFECTS - Silver watch; two purses (one empty), the other with $10.00, 3s. 2 1/2d., and 10 kronor; two studs; cameo; beads, left on body.

NAME ON THIRD TICKET NO. B67233. JAMES FARRELL, Longford.

at sea James Farell
69
NO. 69. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 24. - HAIR,LIGHT; CLEANSHAVEN.

CLOTHING - Dark suit; black boots and socks.

EFFECTS - Silver watch, chain and charm; empty purse; cigarette case; pocket book with tickets; money order for $12; bills for $9.00; 10 kronor.

NO MARKS.

THIRD CLASS.

NAME - HENRY DAMSGAARD HANSEN Denmark.

at sea Henry Damsgaard Hansen
70
NO. 70. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 34. - HAIR AND MOUSTACHE, LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Dark suit, vest and trousers; white socks; black boots.

EFFECTS - Beads, left on body; comb; knife.

NO MARKS.

THIRD CLASS.

NAME - JAMES KELLY.

at sea James Kelly
71
NO. 71. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 45. - HAIR, MEDIUM; CLEAN SHAVEN.

CLOTHING - Blue uniform suit; black boots; "hospital attendant' on coat; pants marked "M. O."

EFFECTS - Clinical thermometer; keys; scissors; note book; pouch and pipe; 5s. 9 1/2 d.; knife.

HOSPITAL ATTENDENT.

71 Male - Estimated Age, 45.

Hair, medium; clean shaven.
Buried at sea
Coat marked 'Hospital Attendant'; trousers marked "M. O."; key ring with address "Mrs. Van Push," 732 E. 15th St., New York City.

William Dunford
72
NO. 72. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 30. - HAIR FAIR, MOUSTACHE LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Dark suit; brown socks; striped shirt; singlet marked "M. A."; no other marks.

EFFECTS - Silver watch and chain; pipe; book; comb; knife; key chain; sleeve links; ring marked "M. A."; 100 kronor.

THIRD CLASS TICKET NO. 7076.

NAME - MAURITZ N. M. ADAHL. Asarum, Sweden.

at sea Mauritz Ådahl
73
NO. 73. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 35. - HAIR, DARK.

CLOTHING - Uniform jacket; brown boiler suit; black boots; flannel singlet; black socks.

EFFECTS - Silver watch; handkerchief marked "H. J.".

ENGINEER.

73 Male - Estimated age, 35.

Hair, dark.
Buried at sea
Handkerchief marked 'H. J.'; silver watch; engineer's uniform. Nothing else to aid in identification.

Boykett Herbert Jupe
74
N0. 74. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 36. - HAIR, FAIR; MOUSTACHE LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Dark trousers; pajamas; jacket; black socks.

NO MARKS OR NAME.

EFFECTS - Purse; pipe; scissors; 6s. 6d. in silver; �1 10s. in gold; 4 pence; $15.00.

PROBABLY THIRD CLASS.

74 Male - Estimated age, 36.

Hair, fair; moustache, light.
Buried at sea
Nothing to aid in identification.

Unknown
75
NO. 75. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 28. - HAIR, FAIR. LIGHT MOUSTACHE.

CLOTHING - Dark overcoat; dark suit; black socks; black boots; striped shirt.

EFFECTS - Gloves; keys; purse; $10 bill; 16s. 4d.

SECOND CLASS TICKET.

NAME - REG. HALE.

at sea Reginald Hale
76
NO. 76. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 24. - HAIR, DARK.

CLOTHING - Light skirt; blue drawers; striped stockings; black boots.

EFFECTS - Purse with 200 francs in gold; gold watch and chain; knife; glass; coins; 2f.; charms.

NO NAME OR MARKS.

PROBABLY THIRD CLASS. (ITALIAN).

76 Female - Estimated age, 24.

Hair, dark. Buried at sea Probably Italian; name "Ethel" inside of watch; garnet ring on watch chain, originally two stones, one missing.

Unknown
77
NO. 77. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 30. - HAIR, LIGHT. (See No. 10)

CLOTHING - Dark suit; leather belt; flannel shirt.

EFFECTS - Pouch; knife; scissors; discharge 'A' book; Natl. S. & F. Union Book No. 26761; British Seafarers' Union No. 205.

FIREMAN.

NAME - W. BUTT, 6 Caute Rd., Southampton.

at sea William John Butt
78
NO. 78. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 40. - HAIR DARK; MOUSTACHE LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Dungaree coat and trousers; flannel singlet; no boots or socks.

TATTOO - On left arm; 'E. G.' anchor, clasped hands and heart; sailor; right arm; anchor and woman.

NO EFFECTS.

FIREMAN, PROBABLY ON WATCH.

78 Male - Estimated age, 45.

Height, 5 ft. 6 in.; Weight, 170lbs.
Hair, slightly grey; moustache, red.
Eyebrows, red and long.
Marks; Tattooed girl on right arm; sailor, anchor E. G., and ands crossed over heart, on left arm.
Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N. S.
Tattoo marks on left arm, E. G., anchor, clasped hands and heart and sailor; on right arm, anchor and woman.

Unknown
79
NO. 79. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 35. - HAIR AND MOUSTACHE, DARK.

CLOTHING - Black coat; velvet vest; check trousers; green socks; black boots.

EFFECTS - Brass watch and chain; cigarette case; knife; brass instruments.

NO MARKS ON BODY OR CLOTHING.

THIRD CLASS TICKET NO. 3101312.

NAME - WILLIAM ALE, (?)
Argentina.

Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax William Ali
80
NO. 80. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 45. - HAIR, LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Evening dress; grey leather-lined overcoat; black boots.

EFFECTS - Silver watch, with "C. C. J."; gold pencil; three gold studs; letters; knife; eyeglasses; American Express Co.; cheque book; $19.00 in bills; pocket book; 13s. 4 1/2d., and £2 5s 3d. in purse.

FIRST CLASS.

NAME - C. C. JONES, Bennington, Vermont.

Forwarded, May 1st, to Bennington, Vt. Charles Cresson Jones
81
at sea Philip Joseph Stokes
82
at sea Edwin Henry Petty
83
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax William George Dashwood
84
Unknown
85
at sea Stephen William Hinton
86
Henry Rudd
87
Unknown
88
Unknown
89
at sea Thor Anderson Olsvigen
90
Forwarded, May 4th, to Liverpool Arthur Lawrance
91
at sea John Downing Smillie
92
Unknown
93
at sea Hugh H. Roberts
94
Unknown
95
Unknown
96
Forwarded, May 1st, to Mr. M. Rothschild, New York. Isidor Straus
97
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Reginald Fenton Butler
98
at sea Anders Vilhelm Gustafsson
99
Unknown
100
at sea Cyril Gordon Ricks
101
at sea Joseph Charles Nicholls
102
Unknown
103
NO. 103. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 28. - HAIR AND MOUSTACHE, LIGHT.

CLOTHING - Grey suit; soft striped shirt; brown boots.

EFFECTS - One silver watch; one nickel watch; two coin chains; pouch; two knives; purse $15.00 in gold; $3.00 in bills and coins.

NO MARKS.

THIRD CLASS TICKET NO. 341826.

NAME - JOHN ADAMS.

at sea John Adams
104
Alessandro Pedrini
105
Unknown
106
Unknown
107
at sea Walter Thomas Boothby
108
at sea Robert William Norman Leyson
109
Forwarded, May 4th, to Liverpool Alfred G. Rowe
110
NO.110 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE, 40 - HAIR AND MOUSTACHE, FAIR

CLOTHING - Green overcoat; dark suit; white shirt, blue stripe; purple socks.

EFFECTS - fountain pen; cigarette holder; three memo books; pair cuff links; gold stud; bill book; pipe; keys; silver knife; £10 in gold; £1.18s.8d in bag; and £10 in notes.

FIRST CLASS - NAME - W.H.HARRISON

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax William Henry Harrison
111
at sea George Alexander Chisnall
112
NO. 112. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 45. - HAIR, FAIR.

CLOTHING - Steward's uniform; black boots.

EFFECTS - Pocket knife, spectacle case, links, collar studs, and mixed coins. Porter's Badge No. 42.

112 Male - Estimated age, 45.

Hair, dark.
Buried at sea
Steward's uniform and ship's badge, No. 42. No other aids to identification.

Unknown, possibly John Coleman
113
Unknown
114
Unknown
115
at sea Abele Rigozzi
116
at sea John Butterworth
117
Unknown
118
Unknown
119
NO. 119. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 50. - HAIR AND MOUSTACHE, DARK.

CLOTHING - Black overcoat; grey trousers and vest; blue vest; black boots.

EFFECTS - One gold watch, chain and seal; one gold watch, chain and locket; one silver watch; works of one Waltham watch; three knives; two pipes; one cigarette holder; cigar ditto; keys; gold ring marked "R"; hair comb; two pocket diaries; papers; Intl. Mercantile Marine Co. cheques $2500; £41 in gold; 37s. 6d. in purse.

THIRD CLASS.

NAME - A. ROBINS. (Mrs. Robins, No. 7)

Forwarded, May 4th, to Yonkers, N.Y. Alexander A. Robins
120
at sea Adolf Mathias Nicolai Olsen Humblen
121
at sea Charles Louch
122
Forwarded, May 1st, to Boston Arthur Webster Newell
123
at sea Frederick Tamlyn
124
NO. 124 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE 50 - LIGHT HAIR & MOUSTACHE

CLOTHING - Blue serge suit; blue handkerchief with "A.V."; belt with gold buckle; brown boots with red rubber soles; brown flannel shirt; "J.J.A." on back of collar.

EFFECTS - Gold watch; cuff links, gold with diamond; diamond ring with three stones; £225 in English notes; $2440 in notes; £5 in gold; 7s. in silver; 5 ten franc pieces; gold pencil; pocketbook.

FIRST CLASS NAME-J.J.ASTOR

Trinity Cemetery, N.Y. John Jacob Astor IV
125
NO. 125. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 17. - HAIR, BROWN.

CLOTHING - Steward's uniform; white and green striped pyjamas; black button boots; washing mark "G. V. N."

EFFECTS - Gold wedding ring; and 2s.

NO MARKS ON BODY.

SECOND CLASS STEWARD, No. 37.

125 Male - Estimated age, 17.

Hair, brown.
Buried at sea
Steward's uniform, washing mark "G. V. N." Wore company's badge, No. 37.

Joseph Alfred Gunn (later identified from steward number)
126
Forwarded, April 30th, to Springfield, Mass. Milton Clyde Long
127
at sea George Edward Roberton
128
Unknown
129
Unknown
130
Forwarded, May 2nd, to J. J. Griffin, 2282 7th Avenue, New York Charles Henry Chapman
131
Forwarded, May 8th, to Mrs. T. M. Brown, Beloit, Wisconsin Albert Wirz
132
Unknown
133
Forwarded, May 1st, to R.R. Bringhurst Phila., Pa. William Crothers Dulles
134
Unknown
135
Forwarded, May 1st, to G. E. Clark, Montreal Hudson Joshua Creighton Allison
136
Unknown
137
Unknown
138
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Alfred James Fellowes
139
Unknown
140
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Achille Waelens
141
Alfred Maytum
142
Forwarded, May 3rd, to Mrs. Selma Asplund at Worcester, Mass. Carl Oscar Vilhelm Gustafsson Asplund
143
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Jakob Alfred Johanson
144
Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax Henry Frederick Charles Wormald
145
NO. 145 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE, 35 - HAIR AND MOUSTACHE, LIGHT

CLOTHING - Blue coat and vest; striped trousers; dungaree trousers; grey trousers.

PROBABLY FIREMAN

NAME IN DISCHARGE BOOK - H. ALLEN.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Henry Allen
146
at sea Walter Yuill Anderson
147
Forwarded, April 30th, to T. Eaton & Co., Toronto George Edward Graham
148
Forwarded, May 3rd, to Joachim Birnbaum, Red Star Line Pier 60, New York City Jakob Birnbaum
149
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Henry Price Hodges
150
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax George Frederick Charles Talbot
151
at sea James William Robinson
152
at sea James Colston Hill
153
at sea Edward Thomas Lockyer
154
Unknown
155
at sea John Gill
156
at sea Erik Johansson
157
Hugh Walter McElroy
158
at sea W. Watson
159
at sea Ernest Thomas Barker
160
Unknown
161
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax George Francis Bailey
162
Unknown
163
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Frederick Ernest Woodford
164
Unknown
165
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Johan Henrik Johannesson Kvillner
166
Forwarded, May 7th, to New York, for shipment per S. S Minnechaha, sailing May 11th Austin Partner
167
at sea Oscar Scott Woody
168
at sea Thomas Hewitt
169
Forwarded, April 30th, to Boston, Mass. Richard Frasar White
170
Unknown
171
at sea
172
173
at sea
174
175
176
at sea
177
at sea
178
NO. 178. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 25. BROWN - HAIR, LIGHT MOUSTACHE.

CLOTHING - Blue serge suit; black boots and socks; uniform coat and waistcoat, with buttons.

TATTOO ON RIGHT ARM - Anchor and rose.

EFFECTS - Gold ring; knife; nickel watch; pawn ticket; pipe; ship's keys; 20s.; $1.40; 8 francs 50.

NO MARKS ON CLOTHING.

178 Male - Estimated age, 25.

Hair, brown.
Moustache, light.
Buried at sea
Tattooed right arm; "anchor and rose," wife's name "Madge." Six pawn tickets in possession, and following addresses: Henry Murray, Sailor's home, Southampton, and 45 Fir Grove Road, Southampton; Sidney Sedunary, 47 Fir Grove Road and 98 N'land, Road, Southampton: John Sedunary, 47 Fir Grove Road, Southampton.

Samuel Francis Sedunary
179
Unknown
180
Unknown
181
at sea
182
Unknown
183
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax William McQuillan
184
at sea
185
NO. 185. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 25. FAIR; SCAR ON RIGHT LOWER JAW.

CLOTHING - Blue coat, brass buttons and trousers; steward's white coat; pajamas; green jersey (football); green jersey with white bands.

SECOND CLASS STEWARD No. 20., ON BADGE.

185 Male - Estimated age, 25.

Complexion, fair.
Marks, scar on right and lower jaw.
Buried at sea
Wore blue coat with brass buttons; trousers; steward's white coat; green singlet; green jersey with white bands. Probably second class steward.

John James Charman (later identified from steward number)
186
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Ernest Cyril Price
187
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Thomas James Everett
188
189
190
at sea
191
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Robert J. Davies
192
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax David Matherson
193
John Law Hume
194
NO. 194. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 35. LIGHT - HAIR.

CLOTHING - Grey overcoat; artex singlet; night shirt; dress trousers.

EFFECTS - A gold ring, marked "H.B."; knife; £1; 18 francs; keys.

194 Male - Estimated age, 35.

Hair, light.
Buried at sea
Gray overcoat Artex singlet; nightshirt; dress, trousers. Wore gold ring marked "H. B." or "B.H."

Unknown, possibly Henry James Beauchamp
195
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Charles Frederick Shillabeer
196
197
198
Unknown
199
200
at sea
201
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Alfonso Meo-Martino
202
203
Unknown
204
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax George Ingram
205
NO. 205 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE, 44 - DARK HAIR, LIGHT MOUSTACHE

CLOTHING - Grey overcoat; check pants; green coat and vest; tooth brush; dischargs from Oceanic.

NAME - J. Ackerman

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Joseph Francis Akerman
206
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Alma Cornelia Pålsson
207
208
209
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
210
Unknown
211
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
212
213
Unknown
214
NO. 214. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 26. FAIR

CLOTHING-Blue pants.

PORTER'S BADGE 41.

NO EFFECTS.

214 Male - Estimated age, 26.

Height, 5 ft. 8 in. Weight 165lbs.
Hair, brown; light eyebrows; clean shaven.
Marks, none.
Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N. S.
Wore steward's badge, No. 41. Nothing else to aid in identification.

Unknown, possibly William Thomas Fox
215
216
Unknown
217
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
218
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
219
220
Unknown
221
NO. 221 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE, 25 - DARK; NO MARKS ON BODY

CLOTHING - Green overcoat; dark coat and trousers; "A.B." on drawers.

EFFECTS - Knife; razor; padlock; keys marked "waiter's lavatory"; comb; P.O. Savings account book; pocketbook; discharge "A."

WAITER

NAME - ALLANIA BAPTISTE ANTONIA

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Battista Antonio Allaria
222
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
223
Unknown
224
NO.224 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE, 25 - HAIR, BROWN

CLOTHING - Uniform (green facing); brown overcoat; black boots; green socks.

EFFECTS - Gold fountain pen, "W.H.H."; diamond solitaire ring; silver cigarette case; letters; silver match box, marked "W.H.H., from Collingson's staff. Leeds"; telegram to Hotley, Bandmaster "Titanic"; nickel watch; gold chain; gold cigar holder; stud; scissors; 16s; 16 cents; coins.

BANDMASTER WALLACE H. HOTLEY

Colne Cemetery, Colne, Lancashire, England Wallace Henry Hartley
225
226
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
227
NO. 227 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE 30 - HAIR LIGHT & MOUSTACHE

CLOTHING - Dungaree coat and pants; grey shirt.

NO MARKS ON BODY OR CLOTHING

EFFECTS - N. S. & S. Union 35638.

TRIMMER.

NAME - JAMES DAWSON, 17 Briton St., Southampton.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Joseph Dawson
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Unknown
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Unknown
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231
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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233
Unknown
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235
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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237
N0. 237. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 18. - HAIR, FAIR.

CLOTHING - Dark grey suit; "F. H." on shirt.

EFFECTS - Silver watch chain; scissors; match box.

TATTOO - One spot on left arm.

237 Male - Estimated age, 20.

Height, 5 ft. 11 in. Weight, 145lbs.
Hair, sandy; clean shaven.
Marks, shoulders very square.
Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N. S.
Wore dark gray suit; letters "F. H." on shirt.
Effects included open face nickel watch and silver chain with match box attached; turquoise-shell tobacco pouch; two little pictures -- one of town hall, Portsmouth, and one of Portsmouth coat of arms.

Unknown, suggested to be Frederick Humby
238
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
239
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
240

Unknown

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242
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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245
246
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
248
Unknown
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250
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
251
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
252
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
253
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
254
Unknown
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256

NO. 256. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 40. - HAIR, FAIR; AND MOUSTACHE.

CLOTHING - Grey overcoat; fancy Vest; dark suit.

EFFECTS-Keys; razors; scissors; silver watch and chain; amber cigarette holder; cigarette case; £14 10s. in gold; 7s.

SECOND CLASS.

NAME - LEONARD HICKMAN.

Riverside Cemetery, Neepawa, Manitoba Lewis Hickman
257
Unknown
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259
260
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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263
264
264 Male - Estimated age, 30.

Height, 5 ft. 9 1/2 in. Weight, 150lbs.
Hair, dark; no moustache.
Marks, none.
Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N. S.
Wore steward's white coat; blue coat and trousers; uniform vest; blue jersey; black boots; drawers marked "H. Lyon." Effects included brass watch stamped on face "Evening Times"; gold rimmed spectacles, and tickets for "Second Stateroom D 51 to D 89."

Unknown (possibly Thomas Ryan)
265
Unknown
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267
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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270
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
271
272
NO. 272. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 32. - HAIR, FAIR.

CLOTHING - Blue suit; white jacket.

EFFECTS - One pipe; 6 shillings. G. H. STEWARD.

NAME - J. WHITE (on jacket). 41 Thackeray Rd., Southampton.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Edward Joseph White
273
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
274
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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276
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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278
Unknown
279
Unknown (possibly John Borthwick Crosbie)
280
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
281
Unknown
282
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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284
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
285
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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287
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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Unknown
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Unknown
290
NO. 290 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE, 36 - DARK HAIR, LIGHT MOUSTACHE CLOTHING - Plain blue serge suit; steward's white coat, marked "Bristow"; cholera belt.

EFFECTS - Letter to "R.C. Bristow, 49 West Ridge Road, Portswood; 9s.; ship's key's, stewards's department".

NAME - R. C. BRISTOW

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Robert Charles Bristow
291
Unknown
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294
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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296
Unknown
297
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
298
299
300

NO. 300. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 30. - HAIR & MOUSTACHE, FAIR.

CLOTHING - Blue pants; Steward's white jacket.

EFFECTS - $1 3s. 6d. Porter No. 9.

CREW: PORTER

NAME - WILL DENTON COX. 110 Shirley Rd., Southampton.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax William Denton Cox
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Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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303
Unknown
304
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
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Fairview Cemetery, Halifax
306

Recovered by CS Minia: No's 307-323

Body no. Description Additional description / Buried Name
307
NO. 307. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 56. - HAIR,

FIRST CLASS.

NAME - CHARLES MELVILLE HAYS. Montreal, Canada.

Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, Québéc, Canada Charles Melville Hays
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Unknown
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310
Unknown
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312
313
314
315
316
317
318
Unknown
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320
321
322
323
NO. 323. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 12. - HAIR,

SALOON STEWARD

NAME - THOMAS A. MULLIN. 12 Onslow Rd., Woolston, Southampton.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Thomas Mullin

Recovered by CGS Montmagny: No's 326-329

Although the last recovered body by the Minia was no. 323, the first body recovered by the Montmagny was logged as no. 326.

Body no. Description Additional Description / Buried Name
326
NO. 326. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 50. - HAIR, BALDING.

CLOTHING - Steward's white coat; light checked overalls; coat makers mark, "Baker & Co."

NO FURTHER AIDS TO IDENTIFICATION.

POSSIBLY A STEWARD.

326 Male - Estimated age, 50.

Height 5 ft. 9 in. Weight, 150lbs.
Complexion, light; partly bald.
Buried at sea
Wore steward's white coat; light check overalls; coatmakers mark. "Baker & Co., Southampton." No further aids to identification. Possibly a steward.

Unknown
327
NO. 327. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 38-40. *(21) - HAIR,

THIRD CLASS.

NAME - HAROLD REYNOLDS. England. Recovered on May 10, 1912.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Harold Reynolds
328
NO. 328. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 14. *(15) - HAIR, GOLDEN BROWN.

CLOTHING - Lace trimmed red and black overdress; black underdress; green striped underskirt; black woolen shawl; black slippers.

NO MARKS - Very dark skin; refined features.

THIRD CLASS.

328 Female - Estimated age, 14.

Height, 4 ft. 6 in. Weight, 80 To 85 lbs.
Hair, golden brown.
Marks, very dark skin, refined features.
Buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N. S.
Wore lace, trimmed red and black overdress; black underdress; green striped underskirt; black woolen shawl and black slippers. No further aids to identification. Probably a third class passenger.

Unknown (possibly Hileni Jabbur)
329
NO. 329. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 38. - HAIR,

BEDROOM STEWARD.

NAME - CHARLES SMITH. Hollydene, Portsmouth Rd., Woolston.

Recovered on May 10, 1912.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Charles Edwin Smith

Recovered by SS Algerine: No 330

Body no. Description Additional description Buried Name
330
NO. 330. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 50 (*27) - HAIR, DARK; BALD.

SALOON STEWARD.

NAME - JAMES McGRADY. Platform Tavern, Town Quay, Southampton. Recovered by the Algerine/Florizel

330 Male - Estimated age, 50.

Height, 5 ft. 9 in. Weight 160lbs.
Bald Head. Hair, Dark.
Body badly decomposed.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax James McGrady

Later recovered bodies

Recovered by Buried Name
RMS Oceanic at sea Thomson Beattie
RMS Oceanic at sea Arthur O'Keefe
RMS Oceanic at sea
SS Ilford at sea William Frederick Cheverton
SS Ottawa at sea William Thomas Kerley


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