SOUTHAMPTON

65 items found relating to : Southampton

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SOUTHAMPTON TERMINUS   SOUTHAMPTON TERMINUS

A panoramic view of  Southampton Terminus railway station, circa 1912, at which time it was known as Southampton Town & Dock....
SOUTHAMPTON TERMINUS   SOUTHAMPTON TERMINUS

The rear elevation of Southampton Terminus, circa 1912. Note the Southampton Corporation tramcar....
New York Times [WHITE STAR'S FIRST SAILING FROM SOUTHAMPTON]
6th June 1907
SOUTHAMPTON, June 5---The White Star Line steamer Adriatic, which sailed from here at about 1 o'clock this afternoon for New York on her first Western trip from Southampton, was given an enthusiastic send-off, many craft crowd...
  STONE FAMILY INFORMATION

Edmund Stone was born in Southampton in 1879. He was the son of William Stone (Railway Inspector) and Agnes Mary Jane Stone. In 1881 the UK Census has the family at 7 Brinton's Terrace, Southampton. With William and Agnes Stone were their 4 ...
The Toronto World SOUTHAMPTON TOWN OF MOURNING
17th April 1912
SOUTHAMPTON, April 16.---Distressing scenes have been witnessed thruout the morning at the White Star offices here, which have been thronged by the relatives of the crew of the Titanic.  The town is absolutely stunned by the news of ...
TITANIC DEPARTURE   TITANIC DEPARTURE

A small crown of onlookers watch as Titanic is pulls slowly away from the ocean dock at the start of her maiden voyage ...
QUEEN MARY AT SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS   QUEEN MARY AT SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS
1956
A panoramic view of Southampton Docks circa 1956, with RMS Queen Mary alongside. The small shunting locomotive visible in the centre of  the picture was a former USA Transportation Corps "switcher", one of several that had been sold...
SOUTHAMPTON ROYAL PIER   SOUTHAMPTON ROYAL PIER

The small station at Southampton Pier, which was in use from 1891 until 1914.  The excursion steamer is typical of those which ran across the Solent to and from the Isle of Wight....
SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS   SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS

Looking towards the Ocean /White Star Dock c. 1912...
  CONTEMPORARY OBITUARY
1912
WAS born in Southampton forty-three years ago. He served his apprenticeship in the works of the London and South-Western Railway Co., and after other appointments sailed in vessels owned by the company as second engineer. Four years were spent with t...
New York Times SOUTHAMPTON EN FETE
31st May 1907
Arrival of Adriatic Inaugurates the New White Star Service --- SOUTHAMPTON, May 30---The City of Southampton was in holiday attire to-day in honor of the arrival here of the White Star liner Adriatic, f...
Press Release TITANIC WALKS : IPHONE APP : TITANIC TRAIL IN SOUTHAMPTON, UK
20th October 2010
Almost a century on, Southampton, England—the home port of RMS Titanic—carefully preserves the memory of the ship and those who tragically lost their lives on her ill-fated maiden voyage. Locals and visitors to Southampton who, in t...
The Times TITANIC SURVIVOR DEAD
17th February 1956
One of the few surviving members of the crew of the liner Titanic, Mr James Crimmins, died suddenly at a Southampton Salvation Army hostel yesterday, at the age of 65. (The Times of London, February 17, 1956, p. 3) * Cri...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS: WILLIAM DUFFY

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park, Southampton. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial....
  DEATH CERTIFICATE
1913
Certified Copy of an Entry of Death Registration District  ...
  JACK POINGDESTRE'S CAREER

Jersey Address: 28 Old St. Johns Road, Jersey. In 1996 his family were still in business in Southampton - Baitdiggers and Fishing Tackle Dealers. Jack Poingdestre, whose parents lived at 28, Old St. John's ...
New York Times SEAMEN'S STRIKE ABROAD
23rd May 1907
LIVERPOOL, May 22---The projected move of the White Star Line to Southampton is responsible for a dispute between seamen and firemen and the company which threatens to spread. A hundred men belonging to the Oceanic refused to sai...
  LETTER TO HIS MOTHER
1912
Mrs. Thomas Mudd, The Street, Hunting Field, Halesworth, Suffolk. Dear Mother, Arrived at Southampton safe - The Titanic is a splendid boat and you hardly know you are moving. Will write more fully later Your loving Son Tom. PS ...
SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS   SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS

  RELIEF FUND

Cross, W. 97 Ludlow Road, Itchen, Southampton. Fireman. 39. (Hampshire). (From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 72. Cross, Annie. Widow. Class G dependent. He has a Memorial br...
  LAST CONTACT WITH TITANIC?

Pete Morrall
Was Jack Mew the last man to have contact with Titanic before she left Southampton?...
Chicago Examiner OLYMPIC TO BE REBUILT
25th September 1912
Special Cable to the Examiner. Belfast, Sept. 24---The White Star Line announces definitely that the steamer Olympic, sister of the Titanic, will come to Belfaast from Southampton for renovation.  She will be ma...
New York Times ROUSED BY WHITE STAR LINE
10th January 1907
Liverpool and Queenstown Protest Against Change to Southampton --- LIVERPOOL, Jan. 9---Because of the strong feeling aroused locally by the statement that the White Star Line purposed to divert its steamers to Southampt...
Hampshire Independent DEATH NOTICE : HARRY THORN
11th May 1912
Death notice of Titanic victim Harry Thorn...
1910 MAP OF SOUTHAMPTON   1910 MAP OF SOUTHAMPTON

1910 Baedeker map of Southampton. Showing the dock area as it was when the Titanic sailed....
  BIRTH CERTIFICATE
1881
CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY OF BIRTH Registration District Southam...
  WILLIAM MINTRAM : CRIMINAL REGISTER 1902
1902
NAME: William Mintram         Twice Drunk, once annoyance, once assaulting police , between 1893 and April 1901.          AGE:...
Western Morning News WESTCOUNTRY CONNECTIONS
29th April 1912
A representative called at the residence of Mr. J. A. Pascoe, Crownhill, whose brother, Mr. C. H. Pascoe, is believed to be the only Westcountry member of the crew saved in the Titanic disaster, and had the pleasure of an interesting conversation wit...
The Sun (New York) UNVEIL TITANIC MEMORIAL
23rd April 1914
Engineers of Ill Fated Ship Honored by Monument at Southampton --- SOUTHAMPTON, April 22---Sir Archibald Denny, the Scottish shipbuilder, performed the ceremony of unveiling a memorial to the engin...
Guernsey Evening Press JACK POINGDESTRE
April 1912
Jack Poingdestre, whose parents lived at 28, Old St. John's Road Jersey, also had his home in Southampton. A month earlier he had been on the crew of the Oceana when it sank of Newhaven. That had been on March 16th. He at least was used to shipwrecks...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS TO EDWARD DODD

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park, Southampton. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also ...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS TO RENNY DODDS

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park, Southampton. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also ...
  MEMORIALS TO ALBERT GEORGE ERVINE

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park, Southampton. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial....
  TITANIC RELIEF FUND MINUTE BOOK

(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 102. Foster, Elizabeth Ann, mother. Foster, Mary, widow. Children: Vera and Leah. All class G dependants. (From the Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book number 2, S...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS TO HENRY DYER

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park, Southampton. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also ...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. ...
  MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND

From the Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet (March 1913) Number 38. Biggs. Thomas, Father. Biggs Mrs. Mother. Both class G dependants. From the Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book number 2, Southampton Ar...
  HAMBLYN FAMILY INFORMATION

Ernest William Hamblyn was born in Plymouth, Devon and his birth was registered there in the December Quarter of 1865. He remains elusive in early life but has been traced to Shirley, Southampton in the England & Wales 1901 census. It h...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also r...
BOARDING AT SOUTHAMPTON   BOARDING AT SOUTHAMPTON
1936
Gare Maritime
  MEMORIALS: ARTHUR ROUS

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also r...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW
1912
An Exonian on board was Mr Harry Dyer, second son of Q.M.S. Dyer and Mrs Dyer of Mount Pleasant Road, Exeter. A smart young fellow, 25 years of age, he was fourth engineer, having transferred from the Olympic. He was in Exeter for a short holiday a...
Southern Evening Echo UNTITLED
9th December 1952
GOING through the contents of a war damaged safe after returning from his recent Australian tour Mr. Hector Young, O.B.E., former Southampton Mayor, came across a tattered postcard and a letter which brought back memories of the ill-fated White Star ...
AN ARRIVAL IN SOUTHAMPTON   AN ARRIVAL IN SOUTHAMPTON

Gare Maritime
  TITANIC ARRIVES IN SOUTHAMPTON
3rd April 1912
New York Times TITANIC TESTS HER SPEED
3rd April 1912
Then She Sails for Southampton to Prepare for Maiden Voyage by Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times LONDON, April 2.—The White Star liner Titanic, which has just been completed by Ha...
  BARNES : MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND

(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 52. Barnes, Amelia, widow. Alice, Rose, William, Ann and Henry children. All class G dependants. (From the Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book number 2, Southam...
Southern Daily Echo DEATH OF MR EDWARD FLAHERTY
6th February 1940
Survivor of the Titanic Death of Mr Edward Flaherty Half a century at sea The death has taken place at the Royal Hants and Southampton Hospital of Mr Edward Fla...
NORMANDIE SOUTHAMPTON 1936. BOARDING   NORMANDIE SOUTHAMPTON 1936. BOARDING
1936
Gare Maritime
Stratford Express THE TITANIC DISASTER
20th April 1912
Mr William Dixon Mackie, fifth engineer on the steamship Titanic, who, it is feared has perished in the wreck of that ill-fated vessel. Mr Mackie, who was 31 years of age, had resided recently when ashore at 2b, Margery Park-road, Forest Gate. ...
NORMANDIE SOUTHAMPTON 1936. VIEW TOWARDS THE STERN.   NORMANDIE SOUTHAMPTON 1936. VIEW TOWARDS THE STERN.
1936
Gare Maritime
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS TO JAMES SMITH

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on...
The World Evening Edition (New York) OLYMPIC NOT LIKELY TO BE HELD FOR BODY OF DEAD FINANCIER
1st April 1913
LONDON, April 1---When word came to-day from Rome that Herbert L. Satterlee was attempting to have the White Star liner Olympic held up to-morrow at Cherbourg to carry J. Pierpont Morgan's body to New York, the officials of...
H. M. T. OLYMPIC LEAVING SOUTHAMPTON   H. M. T. OLYMPIC LEAVING SOUTHAMPTON

The Ship that Brought me home Left Southampton June 7th - Arrived halifax June 132th 1919 1914 - Canadian Expeditionary Force - 1918 Mons   St Eloi   Neuve Chapelle   Y...
Liverpool Echo BRITISH SEAFARERS' UNION.
18th March 1913
Branch opened in Liverpool The British Seafarers' Union opened in Liverpool, yesterday, a branch office in South John-street.  The union was established about eighteen months ago at Southampton, where ...
Chicago Examiner SEEK WORD OF STEWARD
19th April 1912
Mrs. William J. Stroud, 217 East Thirty-first street, besought news of her husband's brother, Harry Stroud, yesterday at the White Star office.  His name does not appear among those saved. "Harry Stroud lived in Southampton with ...
  MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : JAMES FRASER

(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 99. Fraser, Florence, widow. Children: Florence Stephen and James. Stephen, Jane, widow's mother. All class B dependants. (From the Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book n...
Western Daily Press TITANIC SURVIVOR'S STRANGE PREMONITION OF DEATH
8th December 1930
ASKED FOR GRAVE TO BE GOT READY. Titanic Survivor's Strange Premonition of Death. Mr Charles Mills [sic] (70), Southampton, who collapsed and died the street Southampton, had a strang...
SAMUEL HEMMING'S GRAVE   SAMUEL HEMMING'S GRAVE

Hollybrook Cemetery, Lordshill, Southampton...
Voyage HERCULES
20th February 2005
John P. Eaton
One of the tugs that got lines aboard New York and kept her from striking Titanic as the latter was leaving her Southampton dock. Port of Registry: South...
Chicago Examiner POET KEMP LOCKED UP AS STOWAWAY
4th October 1913
Oceanic Officials to Prosecute Him at Souithampton Special Cable to the Examiner Plymouth, Oct. 3--Harry Kemp, the poet who eloped with the former wife of Upton Sinclair, was a stowaway on...
  HENRY BREWER'S WIFE?

Robert J.Prewitt
     This is the family story as it has been passed to me form my grandparents, Edith and William Prewitt, now deceased and my father, Ronald Prewitt, very much alive as of 11/25/2005 born 3/16/1920. I spoke with him this ev...
New-York Tribune TO REPAIR THE OLYMPIC

Big White Star Boat Going Into Drydock at Belfast --- When the White Star steamship Olympic sailed yesterday morning it was announced that she would land her passengers at Plymouth and proceed direct to Belfast f...
Southern Evening Echo UNTITLED
14th May 1952
A Former White Star man who was a survivor of the Titanic disaster in April, 1912, 81-years-old Mr. John Hardy, left Southampton for New York last night in U.S. Lines America after his first home visit in 18 years. Mr. Hardy, who is now living...
Southern Evening Echo KEEPING IN TOUCH
4th September 1964
FIFTY-TWO years ago, Titanic survivor Mr Ernest Allen, of 40 Salisbury Road, Highfield, Southampton was a stoker in the ill-fated Titanic. Today at 72 years of age, he is still stoking and at the Ordnance Survey Office, London Road, Southampton, cont...
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