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Honestly I can't tolerate Incest ships. Those are the only ones I can't handle.

Honestly I can't tolerate Incest ships. Those are the only ones I can't handle.

You Jump, I jump -Titanic!AU  I couldn't handle the real deal. What makes you think I can handle this?! xxx

You Jump, I jump -Titanic!AU I couldn't handle the real deal. What makes you think I can handle this?! xxx

The last survivor of the 1912 sinking of the "Titanic," Millvina Dean, died in a nursing home in England at the age of 97, on May 30, 2009.

Last Titanic survivor dies, aged 97

The last survivor of the 1912 sinking of the "Titanic," Millvina Dean, died in a nursing home in England at the age of 97, on May 30, 2009.

Oldest passenger to live was pictured here. Millvina Dean.She died when she was 97.The ironic thing is that she was the Youngest passenger onboard the Titanic.She was only 9 weeks old.

Oldest passenger to live was pictured here. Millvina Dean.She died when she was 97.The ironic thing is that she was the Youngest passenger onboard the Titanic.She was only 9 weeks old.

Photo of the last surviving member of the Titanic.  Photo taken briefly after being saved.

Photo of the last surviving member of the Titanic. Photo taken briefly after being saved.

A compensation letter sent to Millvina Dean's mother from the Titanic Relief Fund.

A compensation letter sent to Millvina Dean's mother from the Titanic Relief Fund.

Titanic Spoon  A reproduction of the spoon used at the Captain's table on the Titanic in 1912, made by Arthur Price of England. The company used the same pattern dies as the originals, to make these most attractive replicas.    Very few of the spoons survived, but the youngest passenger Millvina Dean did, she was just nine weeks old when the family boarded the ship for its fateful journey. The spoon has been dedicated to Millvina with her signature engraved in the bowl. It is believed

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Titanic Spoon A reproduction of the spoon used at the Captain's table on the Titanic in 1912, made by Arthur Price of England. The company used the same pattern dies as the originals, to make these most attractive replicas. Very few of the spoons survived, but the youngest passenger Millvina Dean did, she was just nine weeks old when the family boarded the ship for its fateful journey. The spoon has been dedicated to Millvina with her signature engraved in the bowl. It is believed

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