William Dickson Mackie

Mr William Dickson Mackie

William Dickson Mackie "Born in Glasgow, was at an early age brought to West Ham, Essex, where he spent his school days. He served his apprenticeship at the Glengall Ironworks, Millwall, and since the end of his apprenticeship days had been mostly away at sea. He was for a few years in the P&O service, leaving that company to join the White Star Line. Under this company he served in the Majestic and the Olympic, and was on board the latter vessel at the time of her collision with the cruiser Hawke in the Solent. He was later transferred to the ill-fated Titanic, Mr. Mackie was thirty-two years of age and of a bright and cheerful disposition. His wife predeceased (2nd November 1911) and since her death he had taken up his residence when ashore with relatives at Forest Gate, London, to which district he had moved from Southampton."

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Pictures

Letter from William Dickson Mackie to his sister (1/2)

(1912) 

LETTER FROM WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE TO HIS SISTER (1/2)

 
Letter from William Dickson Mackie to his sister (2/2)

(1912) 

LETTER FROM WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE TO HIS SISTER (2/2)

 
THE HEROIC ENGINEERS WHO WENT DOWN TO A MAN

(1912) 

THE HEROIC ENGINEERS WHO WENT DOWN TO A MAN

 

Articles and Stories

William Dickson Mackie's family and the Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund

WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE'S FAMILY AND THE MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND

 
Memorials to William Dickson Mackie

MEMORIALS TO WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE

 
Transcript of Letter by William Dickson Mackie

(1912) 

TRANSCRIPT OF LETTER BY WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE

 
The Titanic Disaster

Stratford Express  (1912) 

THE TITANIC DISASTER

 
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