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Mr Eugene Patrick Daly, 29, from Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland, was travelling to New York City. He boarded the Titanic at Queenstown (ticket number 382651, £7, 15s). Daly played "Erin's Lament" on his uilleann pipes (a traditional Irish instrument) for his fellow steerage passengers, as the Titanic steamed away from Queenstown, bound for the new world. He would later file a claim for $50 for their loss. Similar pipes, possibly Daly's, were recently salvaged from the wreck. He…

John George (Jack) Phillips was born on April 11, 1887. He was the Chief wireless operator on the TITANIC. On the night of the sinking, The R.M.S. Californian sent him an ice warning and the message was so loud, that Jack said "Shut up, Shut up, I'm busy!" Jack Phillips supposedly worked at the telegraph until water started coming in. He then went to the stern where he jumped and climbed upon Collapsible B. He is believed to have later died of exposure. In any case, his body was never…

Miss Margaret "Maggie" Madigan, 21 (? 25), boarded the Titanic at Queenstown as a third class passenger (ticket number 370370, £7 15s). She was on her way from Askeaton, Co Limerick to New York City. Margaret survived the disaster, escaping in lifeboat 15.

Thomas Andrews, the man who designed Titanic and worked for Harland and Wolff. He was born February 7th 1873 and was 39 at the time of the sinking. He was a man of great dignity and honor, who built a strong ship...a ship that lasted an hour more than he predicted her to live. He died that night, on the ship he created.

There are 2,208 passenger and crew member stories. One of the greatest is about a young Irish girl named Violet Jessop, a 24-year-old stewardess and one of only 23 female crew members aboard ship

Women's Titanic Fashion -Second and Third Class

Titanic passenger- Nora Fleming, 3rd class Irish passenger wearing A line skirt and white blouse. She did not survive.

Titanic Sinking 100th Anniversary: Rare photos of Titanic passengers & crew

This photo of Katie Gilnagh (seated) and her sister Mary Boshell was taken after Gilnagh survived the sinking of the Titanic. Katie's mother in Ireland would not believe that Katie survived unless she saw a photo of her with Mary (who was already living in New York City). So the sisters had this photo made to prove to their mother that Katie had indeed survived.

Titanic Sinking 100th Anniversary: Rare photos of Titanic passengers & crew

EUGENE DALY (Third class) Eugene Daly was an Irishman and a mechanic by trade, who was on his way to New York City. He brought bagpipes on board with him, and played them at the raucous dance party in third class that occurred the night the Titanic struck the iceberg (James Cameron recreated the party in his 1997 movie 'Titanic').

titanic fotos reales

Los oficiales del “Titanic”. El capitán, Edward J. Smith, es el primero por la derecha.