Reginald Charles Coleridge

Mr Reginald Charles Coleridge

Mr Reginald Charles Coleridge, 29, was born in the Newton Abbot area of Devon in 1883. By 1912 he was living in Hartford, Huntingdonshire (Cambridgeshire) and working in London as a director of an advertising agency. He was due to travel to America on another steamer but had his passage transferred to the Titanic as a result of the coal strike. He was en route to Detroit, Michigan, a holiday was planned in Canada afterward.

He boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a second class passenger (ticket number 14263, 10 10s).

Coleridge died in the sinking. He left an estate worth 455 14s 7d to his 'adopted' father Rev Alexander Chorley Crosfield.

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Coleridge Family Information

COLERIDGE FAMILY INFORMATION

 
Mr. R. C. Coleridge Missing

Cambridge Independent Press  (1912) 

MR. R. C. COLERIDGE MISSING

 
Probate Report

(1912) 

PROBATE REPORT

 
HUNTS. VICAR'S LOSS

Cambridge Independent Press  (1912) 

HUNTS. VICAR'S LOSS

 
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