William Logan Gwynn

Mr William Logan Gwynn

William Logan Gwynn

Mr William Logan Gwinn, 37, lived at Asbury Park, New Jersey, USA. Whilst in Southampton he resided at 4 Commercial Road.

Gwinn had been scheduled to work on the Philadelphia, but had recieved word that his wife was ill and requested to be assigned to an earlier voyage, so he could get back home to her, and was transfered to the Titanic.

Gwinn was last seen standing next to Purser McElroy on the Boat Deck. Gwinn was lost in the sinking his body was not recovered.

Notes

He is sometimes listed as living at Brooklyn, New York, USA.

References and Sources

Marriages, births, deaths and injuries that have occurred on board during the voyage (PRO London, BT 100/259-260)
John P. Eaton & Charles A. Haas (1996) Titanic: Destination Disaster, 2nd ed. Patrick Stephens Ltd. ISBN 1 85260 534 0

Credits
Chris Dohany, USA
Hermann Söldner, Germany

Articles and Stories

SURE BROTHER PERISHED

Newark Evening News  (1912) 

SURE BROTHER PERISHED

 
PENSION FAMILIES OF LOST CLERKS

Asbury Park Evening Press  (1912) 

PENSION FAMILIES OF LOST CLERKS

 
JOHN S. MARCH ONE OF THE HEROES

Newark Evening News  (1912) 

JOHN S. MARCH ONE OF THE HEROES

 
Washington Man Mail Clerk on the Ill-Fated Steamer

Washington Times  (1912) 

WASHINGTON MAN MAIL CLERK ON THE ILL-FATED STEAMER

 
MAIL CLERK GWINN DIED AT HIS POST

Asbury Park Evening Press  (1912) 

MAIL CLERK GWINN DIED AT HIS POST

 
GWINN FAMILY LEAVES SUDDENLY

Asbury Park Evening Press  (1912) 

GWINN FAMILY LEAVES SUDDENLY

 
MAIL CLERKS DIED BRAVELY

Rutherford Republican  (1912) 

MAIL CLERKS DIED BRAVELY

 
MRS. GWINN IS NOT AT POINT OF DEATH

Asbury Park Evening Press  (1912) 

MRS. GWINN IS NOT AT POINT OF DEATH

 
GAVE LIVES FOR THE MAILS

New York Times  (1912) 

GAVE LIVES FOR THE MAILS

 
JUST TOLD SEA TOOK HUSBAND

Newark Evening News  (1912) 

JUST TOLD SEA TOOK HUSBAND

 
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External Links

Posted Aboard R.M.S. Titanic (National Postal Museum, Washington, D.C.) POSTED ABOARD R.M.S. TITANIC (NATIONAL POSTAL MUSEUM, WASHINGTON, D.C.)  
William Logan Gwinn: Letters to Florence Titanic Research  (2012)  WILLIAM LOGAN GWINN: LETTERS TO FLORENCE  
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