NEARER MY GOD TO THEE

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  NEARER MY GOD TO THEE
This is a well recorded vocal version of Nearer My God to Thee to the tune Bethany (Mason). Listen to this 1902 recording of Nearer My God to Thee (Real Audio&...
1902
  NEARER MY GOD TO THEE
The Hymn Nearer My God to Thee has often been suggested as the last tune played by the Musicians on the Titanic. There are different versions of the hymn, all are set to verses, written in 1841, by the English poet Sara...
North Devon Journal LOCAL NEWS FOR THE PARISHES IN NORTH DEVON
Local news of the Titanic...
25th April 1912
The Sun (New York) MEDIUM TELLS OF WORD FROM STEAD
Swoons At Seance, Then Re-enacts "Last Scenes Aboard the Titanic" --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- MANCHESTER, May 13---The Daily Despatch says that it hears that a message was...
14th May 1912
IN MEMORY OF THE TITANIC CATASTROPHE   IN MEMORY OF THE TITANIC CATASTROPHE
Henry Tiedemann
Grand Memorial Fantasie Words and Music by Henry Tiedemann Published 1912 by the Southern Music Company, Dallas, Texas Listen to this Piece...
1912
TITANIC HYMN, 1912   TITANIC HYMN, 1912
This is another french hymn in honour of the band of the Titanic. 'Plus près de toi, mon dieu' is the translation of 'Nearer my god to thee'...
1912
  GRAVE
Here Rest In Christ Owen George Allum Shipwrecked on the Titanic and Drowned At Sea April 14th, 1912, Aged 17 years. Nearer My God To Thee [In the Winter 1989 issue of the Atlantic Daily Bulletin it was repo...
LEADBELLY : THE TITANIC   LEADBELLY : THE TITANIC
Huddie Ledbetter - Leadbelly
Blues singer/songwriter Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Leadbelly, was born in Mooringsport, Louisiana in 1885. Leadbelly remarked in th...
15th October 1948
Chicago Tribune LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD
Hedda Hopper
“THE TITLE “Nearer My God To Thee” is now definitely “Titanic.” It should have been all along, but 20th Century had to clear it, and that cost a pretty penny. . .”   Chicag...
22nd December 1952
  FAMILY GRAVESTONE
In loving memory of Richard Fynney (of Wetton Staffordshire) the beloved husband of Frances Fynney who died July 16th 1894 aged 66 years "Gone but not forgotten" also Joseph, son of the above who was lost on...