Mrs John James Ware (Florence Louise Long), 31, was born on 29 October 1880. In 1912, her father, H. J. Long was living at 13 Salthrop Road, Morley Square, Bishopston, Bristol.
She boarded the Titanic at Southampton together with her husband John James Ware. They bought ticket number C.A. 31352 for £21. They were due to have travelled on another ship but were transferred due to the coal strikes. Their destination was to have been to her brother-in-law, Charles Ware who was living at 186 South Main Street, New Britain, Connecticut. Her husband was intending to start up in the carpentry trade there.
She survived the sinking in lifeboat 10 or 12.
She tried to sent a Marconigramm from the Carpathia to her mother's address, but it was not transmitted, because of the operators' workload.
Long 13 Salthrop Road Bishopston Bristol
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After spending a while with her brother-in-law she returned to England where her son was still living. She died in Plymouth on 24 August 1973.
Some lists give her age as 33.
Bristol Times and Mirror, 11 May 1912. Bristol Woman's Terrible Experience
General Register Office Certified Copy of an Entry of Death
John Booth & Sean Coughlan (1993) Titanic Signals of Disaster. White Star Publicatons, Westbury, Wiltshire. ISBN 0 9518190 1 1
Contract Ticket List, White Star Line 1912 (National Archives, New York; NRAN-21-SDNYCIVCAS-55)
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United States Senate (62nd Congress), Subcommittee Hearings of the Committee on Commerce, Titanic Disaster, Washington 1912
Steve Coombes, UK
Phillip Gowan, USA
Hermann Söldner, Germany