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Simona Genta

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Vorrei avere notizie più approfondite sul marinaio Terrell Bertram
 
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Anna Pilley

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I can't be sure of this but I'm investigating my family tree and I believe this is my great great great uncle, I also believe he was the brother of Frank Terrell who was a steward on board. In the 1901 census Frank is listed to have a brother of 8- 7 years younger than him which fits your information but the handwriting is a bit hard to read, It starts with B and looks as if it may well be Bertram, but this is a guess but it would be interesting if both brothers were on board together and I'd also be interested to hear of Bertram's fate...
 
Jul 20, 2000
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Anna,

If you follow the link you posted back to Bertram Terrell, on the right-hand side, it is part reads:
Died in the sinking. Body Not Recovered

I hope that helps.
 
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Anna,

Looking at The Titanic Relief Fund Mansion House booklet of March 1913, the dependants of Bertram Terrell are listed as: J.L. - father, Arthur - brother, Cecil - brother and Mabel - sister.

I hope that helps.
 
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Betram Terrell was born in Southampton in December 1893, the son of James Laten Terrell (1852-1922) and Sarah Ann Greenham (1858-1911) from Southampton, England. He was employed as an Able Seaman aboard the Titanic and like many of the crew had transferred over from the "Oceanic". He drowned at sea and has no known grave. He is commemorated at the Stewards and Sailors Titanic Memorial which is situated within Holyrood Church, High Street, Southampton. His elder brother Frank (Walley) Terrell was also employed on the Titanic at the time of the disaster as an Assistant Saloon Steward. He survived the sinking being picked up by the "Carpathia".
 

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