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Richard Gee Thomas

RMS Carpathia Chief Second Cabin Steward

Richard Gee Thomas
Richard Gee Thomas

Richard Gee Thomas was born in Bermondsey, London, England on 25 December 1887. He was the third-born child of tailor John Thomas, a native of Plymouth, and the former Ellen Louisa Kallmeier. 

In April 1912 Thomas was serving as chief second cabin steward aboard the eastward-bound voyage of the Carpathia when that ship rescued the survivors of the Titanic

After the Titanic disaster Richard Thomas, a Freemason, continued to work at sea and served in the merchant fleet during WWI. Ultimately living in Ilford, Essex, he died in Queen Mary’s Hospital in West Ham on 8 November 1947. 

Richard G. Thomas
Richard Gee Thomas c. 1919

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Gavin Bell, UK
Senan Molony, Ireland

Carpathia Crew Summary

Name: Mr Richard Gee Thomas
Age: 24 years 3 months and 21 days (Male)
Nationality: English
Occupation: Chief Second Cabin Steward
Ship: Carpathia

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