69 items found relating to : Titanic Letter
|WW1 LETTER FROM THE FRONT - BY DANIEL BUCKLEY
A letter to his mother from US infantryman Daniel Buckley, originally from Co. Cork, Ireland. Buckley was killed a month before the end of the war. He served with Company K of the 165th US Infantry, and wrote copious missive, some of ...
|Torquay Directory||LETTER FROM HIS MAJESTY THE KING
The Late Mr. Forbes Julian.-Mrs. Forbes Julian, of Redholme, has been honoured by receiving, through Viscount Knollys, a letter expressing the sympathy of his Majesty the King with her in the loss of her husband in the Titanic disaster. The letter r...
|15th May 1912|
|BOXHALL LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRADE
A letter from Titanic Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall to the President of the Board of Trade, Sydney Buxton, written in July 1912 while Boxhall was serving aboard the Adriatic. Boxhall complained about the fees paid to...
|11th July 1912|
A letter dated 23 April 1912, authorising Maurice Rothschild, a nephew of Isidor Straus, to claim any recovered remains and effects of his lost uncle and aunt....
|LETTER TO HIS MOTHER
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 ...
|Torquay Directory||LETTER FROM HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
The Late Mr. Forbes Julian.-Mrs. Forbes Julian has been honoured by receiving a gracious letter of sympathy from her Majesty the Queen from Buckingham Palace. It reads: Her Majesty feels very much for you in the irreparable loss which you have su...
|8th May 1912|
|St James Parish Magazine||VICAR'S LETTER
The awful tragedy of the Titanic is so much in the minds of us all that I cannot help referring to it in my letter, if only to say how widespread and sincere is the sympathy felt for Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Mountain. Their nephew was Sixth officer of the i...
Dear Mrs Silva:I have duly received your letter of May 13th. It is impossible for me to express in words how sorry I feel because of the untimely death of Tom. I learned to love him. He was a manly fellow, of noble character, and every inch...
|3rd June 1915|
|LETTER FROM FRASER'S DAUGHTER
''I was only two years old at the time and my brother six weeks old, my mother died at the age of forty-nine. When war was declared my brother James choose to serve in the Navy. After a short training at HMS Collingwood, I think I am correct in sa...
|Southampton Times and Hampshire Express||LETTER FROM MR. H. P. HODGES
Mr. Hector Young, hon. secretary of the Newtown Ward Conservative Association, received a letter from Mr. H. P. Hodges, the well-known Southampton tradesman, dated April 10th who was a passenger on the ill-fated Titanic, returning thanks for an expre...
|20th April 1912|