Are there any Titanic passengers about whom nothing is known


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I am interested in the Titanic herself, as opposed to the people who sailed her. It appears as if the general bios of just about all the Titanic's passengers have been assembled over the years, but I suspect there must have been a few in third class whose life story remains a mystery. Were there any 1st or 2nd class passngers about whom nothing is known?

Many thanks

Tarn Stephanos
 
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Tarn. I will take a crack at the answer. There are VERY few people that have not been completely documented by Phil and Brian. Gosh, maybe all of 10, but places like Addis Ababa, aren't the easiest to get to. (Unless you are Lex Luthor).
Now comes the painstaking chore of choosing which photos to use for this greatly anticipated book, and which ones will have to sit in files, but that is all I dare say at the moment.
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Alan Hustak

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Tarn, absolutely nothing is known about Philippe Wiseman, third class passenger from Quebec City...
 
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angela davie

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help does anyone no any think about william james albert smith age 37 and his wife ellen ann smith age 31.family say that they died on the titanica i have there marriage certificate .cant find death certificate.they were my grate grand parents.please help mary.
 

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