Mr Percy William Fletcher
Mr Percy William Fletcher, 26, was born in London in 1886 or early 1887 the son of Adam Fletcher, a coachman born in Partney, Lincolnshire, and Fanny, born in Rose Ash, Devonshire. He had four siblings: George (born c. 1875 in St. Peter Port), Alice Rose (born c. 1877 in St. Peter Port), Maude Evelyne (born c. 1883 in London) and Arthur Henry (born c. 1885 in London).
He was married to Mary Meaney in Wandsworth, London in early 1912.
He intially signed-on to the Titanic in Belfast on 1 April1912. After arrival Southampton on 4 April he signed on again. In the articles of agreement he gave his address as 26 Liscombe Avenue, Upper Sholing, (Southampton). He was paid the same as steward (£3 15s per month) but actually worked as the ship's Bugler. He had transferred from the Olympic.
Fletcher woulds announce meals in the first class dining room with the tune "The Roast Beef of Old England."
Percy Fletcher died in the sinking. His body if recovered, was never identified.
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Titanic Passenger and Crew Summary
Name: Mr Percy William Fletcher
Born in London London England
Age: 26 years (Male)
Married to: Mary Meaney
Last Residence: at 26 Liscombe Avenue Sholing Hampshire England
Occupation: Bugler Steward
Last Ship: Olympic
First Embarked: Belfast on Monday 1st April 1912
Died in the Titanic disaster (15th April 1912).
Body Not Recovered