8 items found relating to : Coffin
|TITANIC VICTIM BEING EMBALMED ABOARD MACKAY BENNETT
An unidentified victim of the Titanic disaster is shown being embalmed on the deck of the cable ship Mackay Bennett. The Mackay Bennett was chartered by the White Star line and departed from Halifax loaded with coff...
|The Sun (New York)||MR. MORGAN'S BODY TAKEN TO HIS HOME
Flag Draped Coffin Followed by Relatives From the Liner France --- QUIET TRIP FROM HAVRE --- The steamship France, with the body of J. P. Morgan, came up the bay late yesterday afternoon past flags at hal...
|12th April 1912|
|MORRO CASTLE - FUNERAL FOR RAYMOND AND ANTHONY LIONE
The coffins of Raymond (left) and Anthony Lione are taken from the Lione home in Sunnyside, Queens....
|New York Times||MILLET'S BODY CREMATED
BOSTON, May 2---A throng of men and women stood with heads uncovered in the train shed in the North Station to-day when the coffins containing the bodies of Frank D. Millet, the artist, and Richard P. [sic] White of Winchenden ...
|3rd May 1912|
|The Sun (New York)||MR. MORGAN'S BODY ON OCEAN
Liner France Carrying Funeral Party Leaves Havre --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- HAVRE, April 5---The steamship France of the French line left Havre this evening at 7:30 o'clock for New York...
|6th April 1913|
|Southend Standard||TITANIC VICTIM'S FUNERAL
Pathetic Ceremony at Liverpool. Impressive Scenes at the Funeral of Steward Lawrence. A funeral unique in the history of Liverpool was solemnised at the West Derby Cemetery, on Monday, when the body of Arthur Lawrence, ...
|16th May 1912|
|New York Times||WEIRD MISFORTUNES BLAMED ON MUMMY
Beautiful but Malignant Priestess Is Said to Resent Touching Her Coffin Lid --- IT IS IN BRITISH MUSEUM --- Officials Call Stories Myths, but Superstitious Even Blame Her for Sinking of Titanic --- Copyright,...
|7th April 1923|
|Syracuse Herald||REMAINS OF REGINALD HALE WILL BE SENT TO ENGLAND
To Send Hale’s Body to England. The remains of Reginald Hale, the sturdy young Englishman who left his Somersetshire home some nine years ago to come to Auburn and make his home, were picked up at sea this week...
|28th April 1912|