Joseph Davies

Mr Joseph Davies

Mr Joseph Davies, 17, of 29, Harwood Street, West Bromwich, England, boarded the Titanic at Southampton, he was travelling to Pontiac, MI.

Accompanying Joseph were his brothers Alfred Davies and John Davies, they were joined by their uncle James Lester and all four men lived at the same address with the Davies' parents. John and Joseph worked with their father - Richard Davies, a puddler, at Messrs Adams of Ettingshall, Wolverhampton where Lester also worked.

All four men lost their lives in the disaster.

Documents
The Free Press (West Bromwich), 19 April 1912, West Bromwich Men Missing
The Staffordshire Advertiser, 20 April 1912, Article

References
Birmingham Daily Gazette, April 16 1912 - April 29 inc.

Contributors
Brian Ticehurst,UK
Alan Tucker, UK

Articles and Stories

West Bromwich Men Missing

Free Press  (1912) 

WEST BROMWICH MEN MISSING

 
West Bromwich Men on Titanic

Staffordshire Advertiser  (1912) 

WEST BROMWICH MEN ON TITANIC

 
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