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RMS Titanic: Resource Guide

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CS Mackay-Bennett

The Cable Ship (CS) MacKay-Bennett, launched in 1884, was named for two founders of the Commercial Cable Company, John W. MacKay and James G. Bennett. The vessel arrived in Halifax in March 1885, based here to facilitate the at-sea repairs of underwater telegraph cables in the North Atlantic.

The vessel is most famous for its part in the RMS Titanic disaster, when it was hired by the White Star Line to recover bodies from the mishap. Departing Halifax on 17 April 1912, the MacKay-Bennett returned on 30 April, having recovered 306 bodies, of which 116 were buried at sea and the other 190 brought into port. The vessel continued at Halifax until 1922, when it was retired to Plymouth, England and used as a cable-storage hulk. Bombed and sunk during World War II, it was refloated and used again as a hulk until 1961, when it was finally scrapped.

The listing below, constructed electronically from the 'Disposition of Bodies ex Titanic' list, provides information on the 306 bodies recovered by the MacKay-Bennett.


Name No. on List How Disposed of Remarks
Van Billiard, W.1Forwarded, May 4th, to North Wales Depot, Pa.Later identified from effects. Instructions N.Y. Office, wire, May 2nd. Listed as Walter Van Billiard, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Marriott, W.2Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as J.W. Marriott-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Female3Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore chemise marked "J.H." in red. Other clothing: Gray cloth jacket, red jersey jacket, blue alpaca blouse, blue serge skirt, woolen combinations, black stockings, black boots, gray cholera belt.
Goodwin, Sidney Leslie4Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Buried by crew of C.S. "Mackay-Bennett," by special request. (formerly identified as Baby Paulsson)
Unidentified, Female5Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Effects include: Crucifix, snuff box and medallion, two silver rings and one turquoise ring.
Unidentified, Male6Buried at sea.Blue tattoo mark, and wore copper wire ring on thumb of right hand. Nothing else to identify.
Robins, Mrs. A.7Forwarded, May 4th, to Yonkers, N.Y.Request of Mrs. Curtin (daughter), 24 Garfield Street, Yonkers, N.Y. Third class. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Female8Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore chemise marked "B.H." in red on front. Wore boots, size No 8. Sum of 150 Finnish marks sewed in clothing.
Schedid, Nihl9Forwarded, May 4th, to Mrs. Schedid, Mt. Carmel, Pa.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 2nd. Listed as Daher Shedid, third class. Embarked Cherbourg.
Butt, R.10Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Shea, Mr.11Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as J. Shea-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Female12Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Shoes marked "Parsons Sons, Athlone"; medallion round neck marked "B.V.M." ; wore wedding ring, keeper and another gold ring; locket and photo; one jet and one bead necklace.
Unidentified, Female13Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Probably an Italian; wore two green cotton blouses, green cotton skirt, striped petticoat; nothing else to identify.
Williams, Leslie14Buried at sea.Listed as third class. Embarked Southampton.
Hoffman, Louis M.15Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Mr. Hoffman, second class.
Rosenshine, George16Delivered to A.A. Rosenshine, for forwarding to New York.First Class.
Chapman, John H.17Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger.
Carbines, W.M.18Forwarded, May 10th, to St. Ives, England, via New York, at request of brothers.Claimed by brothers from Calumet, Michigan. Second class.
Greenberg, S.19Forwarded, May 3rd, to Mrs. Greenberg, Bronx, New York City.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 2nd. Second class.
Unidentified, Male20Buried at sea.Wore badge of Sailors' and Firemen's Union; blue coat and blue White Star jersey. No aids to identification. Probably sailor.
Unidentified, Male21Buried at sea.Had paper reading "Dec. to Jan. 1911; First Saloon waiter S.S. Majestic," also keys marked "locker 7 E. Deck." Wore steward's jacket, vest and trousers; laundry mark "E."
Artagaveytia, Ramon22Claimed by Alfred Metz Green, Uruguayan Consul, to be forwarded to South America, via New York.Instructions, N.Y. Office, letter, April 23rd. First class pass.
Barkworth, A.H.23Buried at sea.Probably L. Turner, steward, from effects. (A.H. Barkworth listed as first class passenger rescued.)
Turner, L.23(See also A.H. Barkworth) If L. Turner, on crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male24Buried at sea.Blue jersey; blue and red flannel shirt; green trousers; black boots. Probably a sailor.
Hayter, A.25Buried at sea.Identified from effects. On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male26Buried at sea.Addresses found on body: "Mr. Freyer Lawrence Villa, Stephenson Road, Cowes"; also "G. R. Barnes, 22 Sidney St., Cambridge." Wore blue serge jacket and steward's white coat. Probably an Italian cook.
Monros, Jean27Buried at sea.On crew list as J. Monoros-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male28Buried at sea.No effects but address of Shakin Bros., 155 Broad St., Ottawa, on body.
Unidentified, Male29Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Nothing to aid in identification.
Unidentified, Male30Buried at sea.Wore badge of Sailors' and Firemen's Union. Nothing to aid in identification. Possibly a fireman.
Evans, Mr.31Buried at sea.Indentified from effects. On crew list as W. Evans-Engine Dept.
Sather, Simon32Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as third class. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Male33Buried at sea.Nothing to aid in identification. Clothes indicated oiler.
Ashe, H.W.34Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as H. Ashe-Vict. Dept.
Harbeck, W.H.35Forwarded, May 4th, to Mrs. Harbeck, 733 Michigan Street, Toledo. O.Instructions, N. Y. Office, wire, May 2nd. Second class.
Unidentified, Male36Buried at sea.Steward's uniform. Left arm tattooed all over; right arm, clasped hands and heart, breast, Japanese fans. Gold ring engraved "Madge."
Johnson, Malkolm Joakim37Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Malkolm Johnsson, third class. Emb. Southampton.
Holverson, A.O.38Delivered to H. T. Holverson, of Alexandria, Minn., and forwarded May 1st to New York.First class.
Unidentified, Male39Buried at sea.Wore evening dress; trousers; black double-breasted overcoat; brown jacket an dvest. Silver watch and a sovereign case. Nothing else to aid indentification.
Unidentified, Male40Buried at sea.Nothing to aid in identification. Probably sailor.
Stone, E.J.41Buried at sea.On crew list as E. Stone-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male42Buried at sea.Lining torn from clothing, marked "Kinos Successors, 322-323 High Holborn, W.C. City Branch, 14 Cheapside, No. 4058. A 217/5/10. Name, Mr. Mayer.
Nasser, Naser, Nasrallah, Nicholas, Nicola, Niqula43Forwarded, May 3rd, to J. J. Cronin, undertaker BrooklynInstructions, N.Y. Office, wire, April 29th. Second class.
Unidentified, Male44Buried at sea.Steward's coat and trousers; white shirt marked "F.W.I.", keys marked "C Deck"; linen locker.
Keeping, Edwin45Buried at sea.Valet of Mr. G. D. Wildener.
Sutton, Fred46Buried at sea.Listed as first class passenger.
Gilinski, Leslie47Buried at sea.Listed as third class. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Male48Buried at sea.Steward's coat, vest and trousers; flannel shirt. Nothing to aid identification.
Gill, J.S.49Buried at sea.On crew list as S. Gill-Vict. Dept.
Tomlin, Ernest Portage50Buried at sea.Listed as Ernest Tomlin, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Drazenire, Yosip51Buried at sea.Listed as Josef Drazenovic, third class. Embarked Cherbourg.
Mack, Mrs.52Buried at sea.Listed as second class passenger.
McNamee, Mrs. N.53Buried at sea.Third class. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Female54Buried at sea.Wore wedding ring and keeper. Had one gold upper tooth.
Unidentified, Female55Buried 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).
Unidentified, Male56Buried at sea.Wore half hunter gold watch No. 5,119 English make, and gold chain. False teeth, upper jaw.
Unidentified, Male57Buried at sea.Wore vest marked "H.L." Letter in pocket to "Dear Humph," from "Dick," possibly a steward.
Vassilios, Catavelas58Buried at sea.Listed as third class. Embarked Cherbourg.
Veal, W.59Buried at sea.On list as W. Vear-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male60Buried at sea.Wore company's uniform; probably steward for rooms 82, etc.; no other marks to aid to identification.
Mangan, Mary61Buried at sea.Third class. Embarked Queenstown.
Douglas, Walter D.62Forwarded, May 1st to G.C. Douglas (Son), Minneapolis, Minnesota.Listed as first class.
Unidentified, Female63Buried at sea.Had purse with miniature photo of young man and a photo locket. No other aid to identification.
Rice, J.R.64Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male65Buried at sea.Tattoo on right forearm; three dots.
Hinckley, G.66Buried at sea.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Sage, Will67Buried at sea.Listed as third class. Embarked Southampton.
Farrell, James68Buried at sea.Listed as third class. Embarked Queenstown.
Damgaard, Henry69Buried at sea.Probably Henry Hansen, 3rd class. Embarked Southampton.
Kelly, James70Buried at sea.Third class. Embarked Queenstown.
Unidentified, Male71Buried at sea.Coat marked "Hospital Attendant"; trousers marked "M.O." key ring with address Mrs. Van Push, 732 E. 15th St., New York City.
Adahl, Mauritz72Buried at sea.Listed as third class passenger. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Male73Buried at sea.Handkerchief marked "H.J."; silver watch; engineer's uniform. Nothing else to aid in identification.
Unidentified, Male74Buried at sea.Nothing to aid in identification.
Hale, Reg.75Buried at sea.Listed as second class passenger.
Unidentified, Female76Buried at sea.Possibly Italian; name "Ethel" inside of watch; garnet ring on watch chain, originally two stones, one missing.
Butt, W.77Buried at sea.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male78Buried 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."
Ale or Ala, Wm79Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Wm Ali, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Jones, C.C.80Delivered to Dr. James H. Donnelly, May 1st, for forwarding to Bennington, Vt.First class.
Stokes, Philip Joseph81Buried at sea.Listed as second class passenger.
Petty, J. Edwin Henry82Buried at sea.On crew list as E. Petty-Vict. Dept.
Dashwood, Will G.83Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as W. Dashwood-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male84Buried at sea.Wore dungaree coat and trousers, and gray flannel shirt. Nothing to aid identification.
Hinton, W.85Buried at sea.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male86Buried at sea.Had keys marked "Engineers' Storekeeper." Nothing else to identify.
Unidentified, Male87Buried at sea.Wore badge, "Riverside and Dock Workers' Union." No other aid to identification, possibly a fireman.
Unidentified, Male88Buried at sea.No aids to identification; probably a fireman.
Anderson, Thos89Buried at sea.Listed as Thor. Anderson, third class. Emb. Southampton.
Laurance, A.90Forwarded, May 4th, to Liverpool via Boston, per S.S Arabic, May 7th.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 4th. On crew list, A. Lawrence-Vict. Dept.
Smillie, J.91Buried at sea.Identified from effects. On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male92Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.No aids to identification; probably a fireman.
Roberts, H.H.93Buried at sea.Identified from effects. On crew list as H. Roberts-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male94Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.No aids to identification; probably a fireman.
Unidentified, Male95Buried at sea.Tattooed right arm: woman, butterfly and anchor; left arm: butterfly, knight's head, and lady. Probably a fireman.
Straus, Isador96Delivered to Mr. M. Rothschild and forwarded May 1st, to New York.Instructions of Mr. P.S. Straus, N.Y. First class.
Butler, Reginald97Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger.
Gustafsson, Anders Wilhelm98Buried at sea.Listed as Anders Gustafson, third class.
Unidentified, Male99Buried at sea.Tattooed-right arm: clasped hands and heart, American flag and lady; left arm: "Dieu et mon droit." No other aid to identification. Probably a fireman.
Ricks, Cyril G.100Buried at sea.On crew list as C. Ricks-Vict. Dept.
Nicholls, J.C.101Buried at sea.Listed as second class passenger. Later identified from effects by Carbines Brothers of Calumet, Michigan.
Unidentified, Male102Buried at sea.Wore uniform, vest and white jacket. No other aid to identification.
Adams, John103Buried at sea.Listed as J. Adams third class. Embarked Southampton.
Ale, Pedro104Buried at sea.
Unidentified, Male104Buried at sea.Wore gray suit, also plain ring, left on finger. Effects include gold engraved ring and memo book. No further aids to identification.
Unidentified, Male105Buried at sea.Wore blue serge suit and striped shirt marked "B.D." No other aids to identification.
Unidentified, Male106Buried at sea.Tattooed: Right arm, "Aggie"; left arm, crossed hands and heart. No other aids to identification. Possibly a sailor.
Boothby, W.107Buried at sea.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Leyson, Robert W. Norman108Buried at sea.Listed as second class passenger.
Rowe, Alfred109Forwarded, May 4th, from Halifax via "Empress of Britain" to LiverpoolInstructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 3rd. First class.
Harrison, W.H.110Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.First class.
Chisnell, G.111Buried at sea.Identified from effects. On crew list-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male112Buried at sea.Steward's uniform and ship's badge No. 42 No other aids to identification.
Unidentified, Male113Buried at sea.Tattooed: Right arm, angel of love with thistle below; left arm, girl's head in centre of anchor, a ship, and flower with "Flo." in centre. No other aids to identification. Probably a fireman.
Unidentified, Male114Buried at sea.No aid to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Rigozri, Abele115Buried at sea.On crew list as A. Rigozzi-Vict. Dept.
Butterworth, J.116Buried at sea.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male117Buried at sea.Effects included silver watch and chain, and purse of French gold. No marks to aid in identification.
Unidentified, Male118Buried at sea.No aids to identification. Possibly an oiler.
Robins, A.119Forwarded, May 4th, to Yonkers, N.Y.
Humblen, Adolph120Buried at sea.Listed as Adolf Hundbleu, third class. Emb. Southampton.
Louch, Chas121Buried at sea.Listed as second class passenger.
Newell, A.W.122Forwarded to Boston, May 1st, according to wire from Mrs. Mary A. Newell.Listed as first class passenger.
Tamlyn, Fred123Buried at sea.On crew list a F. Tamlyn-Deck Dept.
Astor, J.J.124Delivered to Mr. N. Biddle, and forwarded to New York, May 1st.First Class.
Unidentified, Male125Buried at sea.Steward's uniform, washing mark "G.V.N." Wore company's badge, No. 37.
Long, Milton C.126Forwarded to Springfield, Mass., April 30th, care of J.H. Shepherd.Letters from C. L. Long April 23rd and 24th. Father's instructions. First class.
Roberton, G.127Buried at sea.Identified from effects. On crew list as G. Robertson-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male128Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Ship's uniform. Carried open-faie watch, made by Thomas Howard, 157 Kirkdale Road and 200 Rice Lane, Liverpool; stamped "German make." Had post card with picture of 4 little girls on reverse side. Also 1x2 instantaneous snapshot of boy or young man.
Unidentified, Male129Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Tattooed right arm: girls' bust; "Cissie" below. No other aids to identification.
Chapman, Chas H.130Forwarded, May 2nd, care of J. J. Griffin, 2282 7th Avenue, New York.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 1st. Second class.
Wirz, Albert131Forwarded, May 8th, to Mrs. T. M. Brown, Beloit, Wisconsin.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 7th. Third class. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Female132Buried at sea.No other aids to identification. Probably third class passenger list.
Dulles, W.C.133Forwarded to R.R. Bringhurst Phila., Pa., May 1st.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, April 29th. First class.
Unidentified, Male134Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Jacket marked "A." No other aids to identification. Possibly a steward.
Allison, HJ135Forwarded to Montreal, May 1st, care of G. E. Clark.Listed as a first class passenger.
Unidentified, Male136Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.No aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Unidentified, Male137Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Tattooed: Right arm, British and American flags. No other aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Fellows, Alf138Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as A. Fellows-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male139Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore boiler suit and jacket. No other aids to identification. Possibly an engineer.
Wailens, Achille140Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Probably second class.
Unidentified, Male141Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore white coat marked "A. May." Carried keys marked "Butcher." Effects include picture post card, addressed Mrs. Kempsey, 83 Antrim Place, Antrim Road, Belfast.
Asplund, Carl142Forwarded to Mrs. Selma Asplund at Worcester, Mass., May 3rd.Instructions, N.Y. Office, letter, April 30th. Listed as third class. Embarked Southampton.
Johanssen, Jacob Alfred143Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Jakob Johnson, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Wormald, F.144Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Identified from effects. On crew list as T. Wormald-Vict. Dept.
Allen, Henry145Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as H. Allen-Engine Dept.
Anderson, W.Y.146Buried at sea.On crew list as W. Anderson-Vict. Dept.
Graham, Geo. E.147Forwarded, April 30th to Toronto, care of T. Eaton & Co.; Matthews, undertaker, escortListed as Mr. Graham, first class.
Birnbaum, Jacob148Forwarded May 3rd, to Joachim Birnbaum, Red Star Line Pier 60, New York City.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 2nd. First class.
Hodges, Henry P.149Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger.
Talbot, George150Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as G.F.C. Talbot-Vict. Dept.
Robinson, J.M.151Buried at sea.On crew list as J. Robinson-Vict. Dept.
Hell, J.C.152Buried at sea.Probably J. Hill on crew list-Vict. Dept.
Lockyer, Edward153Buried at sea.Third class. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Male154Buried at sea.Wore blue jacket, gray vest and black trousers. No other aids to identifcation.
Gill, John W.155Buried at sea.Listed as John Gill, second class passenger.
Johansson, Eric156Buried at sea.Listed as third class passenger. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Male157Buried at sea.Wore ship's uniform. Key, tagged linen locker No. I C Deck. Address found in effects: Miss McElroy, Layton, Spottisbury, Dorset.
Watson, W.158Buried at sea.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Barker, E.T.159Buried at sea.On crew list as E. Barker-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male160Buried at sea.Wore bracelet. No other aids to identification. Possibly a sailor.
Bailley, G.F.161Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as G. Bailey-Vict Dept.
Unidentified, Male162Buried at sea.No aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Woodford, F.163Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as H. Woodford-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male164Buried at sea.No aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Kvillner, Henrik165Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger. (John Henrik Kvillner)
Partner, Austin166Forwarded to New York, May 7th, for shipment per S. S Minnechaha, sailing May 11th.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 1st. First class.
Woody, O.S.167Buried at sea.Not on crew list-Probably mail clerk.
Hewett, T.168Buried at sea.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
White, R. Fraser169Delivered to F. A. Smith, and forwarded, April 30th, to Boston, Mass.Listed as Richard F. White, first class. Instructions from mother.
Unidentified, Male170Buried at sea.Carried key No. 73, marked "Carpenter's Locker." Silver watch and chain; memo book. No other aids to identification. Possibly carpenter's mate.
Connors, Patrick171Buried at sea.Listed as third class. Embarked Queenstown.
Cavendish, Tyrell, W.172Forwarded, May 3rd, care of Simpson, Crawford & Co., to Mrs. T. W. Cavendish.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 1st. First class.
Olsen, Henry173Buried at sea.Listed as third class. Embarked Southampton.
Bateman, R.J. Rev174Forwarded May 6th to Mrs. R. J. Bateman, Jacksonville, Florida.Accordance wire from Mrs. Bateman, May 2nd.
McCarthy, Timothy J.175Delivered to Mr. J. V. Finn, April 30th, for forwarding to Boston.First class.
Theobold, Thomas176Buried at sea.Listed as thomas Theobald, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Mayo, W.177Buried at sea.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male178Buried 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.
Unidentified, Male179Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.No aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Unidentified, Male180Buried at sea.Wore steward's white coat; black coat and dungaree trousers. No other aids to identification.
Novel, Mansor181Buried at sea.Listed as Mansouer Norel, third class. Embarked Cherbourg.
Unidentified, Male182Buried at sea.No aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
McQuillan, William183Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Saunders, W.184Buried at sea.Possibly one of the two W. Saunders' on crew list-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male185Buried at sea.Wore blue coat with brass buttons; trousers; steward's white coat; green singlet; green jersey with white bands. Probably second class steward.
Price, Ernest186Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Everett, Thos. James187Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Thos. Everett, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Hanna, Merne188Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Mansour Hanna, third class. Embarked Cherbourg.
Ovies, Servando189Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as first class passenger. Identified by J.A. Rodriguez of Rodriguez & Co., Havana, Cuba.
Abbott, Rossmore190Buried at sea.Listed as third class passenger. Embarked Southampton.
Davis, R.J.191Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Identified from effects. On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Matherson, D.192Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Identified from effects. On crew list-Deck Dept.
Unidentified, Male193Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore light rain coat; uniform jacket with green facing and vest; purple muffler; carried cigarette case; silver watch; knife with carved pearl handle, and brass button marked "African Royal Mail"; also English lever watch.
Unidentified, Male194Buried at sea.Gray overcoat Artex singlet; nightshirt; dress, trousers. Wore gold ring marked "H.B." or "B.H."
Shillabeer, Charles195Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as C. Shillaber-Engine Dept.
Semperopolis, Petril196Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Peter Lemberopoulos, third class. Emb. Cherbourg.
Danbom, E. Gilbert197Forwarded to Alfred Danbom, Stanton, Ia.,May 3rd.Instructions, N.Y. Office, letter, April 30th. Third class. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Male198Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.No aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Davies, John James200Buried at sea.On crew list as J. Davies-Vict. Dept.
Martino, A. Meo201Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.(shown on list as Alphonso Meo, closer examination of effects indicates as above.) Listed as Alfonso Meo, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Clarke, J.F.P.202Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Probably Bandman.
Unidentified, Male203Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore blue serge suit, union cable belt and striped flannel shirt. Tattooed right arm: snake around cocoanut palm, hand with bouquet of roses; left arm, woman's bust over wreath and dagger. Probably a fireman.
Ingram, C.204Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Ackerman, J205Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as J. Akerman-Vict. Dept.
Paulsson, Alma Cornelia206Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Alma Paulsson, third class. Emb. Southampton.
Porter, Walter Chamberlain207Delivered to Mr. E. Sessions, April 30th, for forwarding to Worcester, Mass.Instructions of widow. First class.
Brandeis, Emil208Forwarded to Mrs. Brandeis, Omaha, Neb., May 2nd.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, April 29. First class pass.
McCrae, Arthur Gordon209Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger. Wire from E.D. Upham, Denver, May 10.
Unidentified, Female210Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore long green overcoat; purple jacket; skirt; no corsets; brown shoes; black stockings.
Lefevre, George211Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male212Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Steward's uniform; first saloon steward's badge, No. 73.
Unidentified, Male213Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore mixture suit; green shirt; no coat. Effects include keys, pocket scissors, knife and about $45.00 money in American and Canadian bills.
Unidentified, Male214Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore steward's badge No. 41. Nothing else to aid in identification.
Bernardi, Baptiste215Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept. In book as Bernardi Batiste.
Unidentified, Male216Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore steward's uniform; truss, and black boots. Nothing to aid in identification.
Samuel, O.W.217Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Possibly W. Samuels. On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Cave, H.218Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Rame, M.219Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Later identified from effects. Not on crew list. Probably mail clerk.
Unidentified, Male220Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore black coat; flannel singlet and dungaree trousers.
Allario, Baptiste221Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as B. Allaria-Vict. Dept. In book as Allario Baptiste, waiter.
Goree, F.222Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male223Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore steward's uniform. Nothing to aid in identification.
Hartley, Wallace H.224Forwarded, May 4th, to Boston for shipment to Liverpool.(Shown on the list as Hotley) Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 2nd. Bandmaster.
March, John S.225Forwarded to Newark, N.J., May 3rd, care of Smith & Smith, undertakers.Instructions, N.Y. Office, letter, April 30th. Mail clerk.
Teuton, Thomas226Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.(Shown on list as Tenton) Not on crew list.
Dawson, J.227Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male228Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore dungaree coat and trousers; grey shirt and drawers; body belt. No other aids to identification.
Unidentified, Male229Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Nothing to aid in identification.
Minahan, Dr. W.E.230Delivered, May 2nd, to V.J. Minahan, Green Bay, Wisconsin.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, April 29th, and V.J. Minahan's wire, same date. First class.
Roberts, F.231Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Ringhini, Sante232Forwarded to New York, May 11th, secort, F. W. Wender, for widow.Request of Mrs. J. Stuart White, N.Y. (Mrs. White's manservent).
Unidentified, Male233Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.No aids to identification.
Ostby, Engelhart C.234Delivered to David Sutherland, for forwarding to Providence, R. I.Letter of H.W. Ostby, April 24th. First class.
Baxter, T.F.235Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as F. Baxter-Vict. Dept.
Fox, Stanley H.236Forwarded, May 3rd, to Rochester, N.Y., to widow.Order of Mrs. Emma Fox. Second class.
Unidentified, Male237Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore dark gray suit; letters "F.H." on shirt. Effects included openface nickel watch and silver chain with match box attached; tortoise-shell tobacco pouch; two little pictures-one of town hall, Portsmouth, and one of Portsmouth coat of arms.
King, Alfred238Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list, A. King-Vict. Dept.
Freeman, E.239Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male240Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore gray overcoat; blue serge suit and white sweater. Efects included nickel or silver box purse for coins; silver maltese cross of coronation of Edward VII, 1902, attached to watch chain; silver watch with three photos (enclosed in back thereof), of two women and a boy with cap on; maker of watch, J.B. Yabsley, 72 Ludgate Hill, London; watch key attached to chain engraved "Panny," 2 Richmond Street, Brighton.
Blackwell, Stephen W.241Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as first class passenger.
Hosgood, R.242Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male243Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore black cloth overcoat; steward's vest and trousers marked "Stone." Effects included gold double-headed snake ring; ship's keys marked second staterooms E 99-107. Tattooed on left arm: Chinese dragon; on right arm: American flag and clasped hands.
Debreucq, Morris E.244Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as M. DeBreucq-Vict. Dept.
Van Der Hoef, Wyckoff245Delivered to Mr. D. C. Chauncey, for forwarding to New York.Instructions, N.Y. Office, letter, April 26th. Listed as Wychoff Vanderhoef, first class.
Wareham, R.A.246Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as R. Wareham-Vict. Dept.
White, Arthur247Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Identified from effects. On crew list as A. White-Vict Dept.
Unidentified, Male248Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore dungaree trousers and gray striped jacket. Nothing to aid in identification. Probably member of cook's department.
Millet, Frank D.249Delivered, May 1st, to Mr. Lovering Hill, for forwarding to Boston.First class.
Hutchinson, J.250Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Carney, W.M.251Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as W. Carney-Vict. Dept.
Dean, Mr.252Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as G. Dean-Vict. Dept.
Couch, F.253Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Deck Dept.
Gough, W.253Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Identified from effects. Not on crew list.
Unidentified, Male254Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Tattooed on left arm: Woman's bust and Union Jack; also woman in kilts, and on right arm: Man's head (cowboy); clasped hands and heart (true love), and flower. Nothing else to aid identification. Probably a sailor.
Van Billiard, Austin255Forwarded, May 4th, to North Wales Depot, Pa.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 2nd. Listed as A. Van Billiard, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Hickman, Leonard256Forwarded, May 4th to Honeyman, care of Simpson, undertaker, Neepawa, Manitoba.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 2nd. Second class.
Unidentified, Male257Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore boiler suit; uniform jacket (double-breasted); green striped flannel shirt. Nothing found to aid identification. Possibly an engineer.
Kent, Edward A.258Delivered, May 1st, to H.K. White of Boston, for shipment to Buffalo, N.Y.First class.
Allum, Owen G.259Forwarded May 4th to Boston, to connect with Arabic for Liverpool, May 7th.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 2nd.
Andersen, Mr.260Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Albert Anderson, third class. Embarked Southampton. Later identified from effects.
Storey, Thomas261Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as T. Storey, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Unidentified, Male262Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore steward's coat, vest trousers, green overcoat, with tag "Miller & Son, Southampton"; shirt marked "A. Franklin." Effects included nickel watch stamped "Joe Meyer's Special" on face. Bunch of keys, including key of stateroom 38; wire spring belt with anchor buckle, stamped inside with a wreath surmounted by a crown; small card printed "Mr. W. Harris," with "Jun." added in writing.
Nicholson, A.S.263Forwarded, May 6th, to F.E. Campbell, 214 West 23rd Street, New York.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 4th. First class.
Unidentified, Male264Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore steward's white coat; blue coat and trousers; uniform vest; blue jersey; black boots; drawers were 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."
Unidentified, Male265Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore steward's uniform. Effects included silver watch; keys marked Nos. 7 and 9. Nothing further to aid identification. Probably a steward.
Piazza, Pompeo266Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Brown, J.267Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Engines Dept.
Marsh, F.268Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Engine Dept.
Crosby, E.G.269Delivered to Howard G. Kelley, V.P., G.T. Ry., for shipment to Milwaukee, May 3rd.First class.
Deeble, A.270Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Indentified from effects. On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Milling, F.C. or J.C.271Forwarded, May 6th, to Boston, for cremation.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 4th. Ashes to be ultimately sent to Clausen, Copenhagen. Listed as second class.
White, J.272Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Holloway, Sidney273Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male274Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore blue suit; pajamas and drawers marked "L. B." Effects included key with tag marked second staterooms "F1 to F14." No further aid to identification. Possibly a steward.
Gee, Arthur275Forwarded to New York, May 9th, to be sent to Liverpool, per S.S. Baltic.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 6th. First class.
Gradiage, E.276Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Identified from effects. On crew list as E. Grodidge-Engine Dept.
Jaillet, H.277Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male278Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore dungaree coat and trousers; gray flannel drawers. No aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Unidentified, Male279Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore blue serge suit; white shirt; underclothes marked "B. C." Tattooed on right arm, a monument (a cross in memory to my dear mother), and on left arm "B. C." Clothing made by Wolf Bros., 50 East Street, Southampton). Possibly a steward.
Reeves, R.280Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list-Engines Dept.
Unidentified, Female281Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore black coat; blue shirt; red jersey; green blouse; wollen singlet; gray underskirt; black boots and stockings. No other aids of identification.
Rogers, Edward J.W.282Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as E.J. Rogers-Vict. Dept.
Kantor, Cenai283Forwarded to 1735 Madison Ave., New York, care of Spieler.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, April 29th. Listed as second class passenger, S. Kantor.
Sawyer, Frederick284Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as third class. Embarked Southampton.
Johansson, Gustaf Joel285Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Gustav Johansson, third class. Emb. Southampton.
Faunthorpe, Harry286Forwarded to Mrs. Faunthorp; care of Mr. William Stringfield, Philadelphia, Pa.Instructions, N.Y. Office, wire, May 3rd. Second class.
Norman, Robert D.287Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger.
Unidentified, Male288Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore two gold rings, one a chain ring; white shirt with fancy front. Carried gun-metal watch. No other aids to identification. Probably a Greek.
Unidentified, Male289Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore steward's uniform, and gold ring with green stone; ship's key, No. 37. Tattooed: left arm, anchor, cross and heart (all in one).
Bristow, R.C.290Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as R. Bristow-Vict. Dept.
Unidentified, Male291Buried at Hebrew Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wore two pairs pants; pajamas; blue suit; dark overcoat; uniform buttons on vest; blue striped woolen vest; wrist watch. No other aids to identification.
McCaffry, Thomas292Delivered to E. E. code, May 2nd, for forwarding to Montreal.First class.
Weisz, Leopold293Forwarded to E. Armstrong & Co., Montreal.Instructions Montreal Office, wire, April 30th. Listed as second class passenger.
Swane, George294Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger.
Del Carlo, Sabastiano295Forwarded to Boston, April 30th, for shipment to Italy by Cretic May 18th.Request of widow. Listed as second class.
Unidentified, Male296Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Tattooed: Right arm, ship on back of hand; girl and snake on arm, left arm, girl's bust. No other aids to identification. Possibly a fireman.
Giles, Ralph297Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger.
Linhart, H. Wenzel298Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Wire from Rud Linhart May 6th, and N.Y. Office May 2nd. Listed as Wenzel Zinhard, third class. Embarked Southampton.
Buckley, Katherine299Forwarded to Boston, May 3rd.Request of sister Margaret, 71 Montview St., Roxbury, Mass. Boston Office, letter, April 29th. Third class. Embarked Queenstown.
Cox, H. Denton300Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as W. Cox-Vict. Dept.
Poggi, 301Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as E. Poggi-Vict. Dept.
Morgan, Thomas302Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.On crew list as T. Morgan-Engine Dept.
Unidentified, Male303Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Tattooed: Right arm, clasped hands across heart, girl's bust with wreath beneath. Left arm, life belt with "Good Hope" ship in centre.
Der Zacarian, Maurpre304Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as third class passenger. Buried in Halifax at request of brother.
Givard, Hans Christensen305Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as second class passenger.
Henderkovic, Tozni306Buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S.Listed as Ignaz Hendekovic, third class. Emb. Southampton.


 




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