Bridget Delia Mahon


sweetjess25

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Hello,How are you? I stumbled across your page and had to write. First...I have been interested in the Titanic since I was young. Over the years I have wanted to know more about the people who lost their lives...especially the third class people who really never had a chance. About 9 years ago I went to the Titanic Exepition where artifacts recovered were on display. When you enter the sit you are given a boarding pass with a real passengers name on it. As you go through the displays tyou must find out if your person survived or not. The name on my boarding pass was Delia Mahon. I still have it today and have thought of her often. Who she was and what she looked like and such. I was glad to see that I was able to find out a little more about her from your page. I found this really old book of Shakesperes A Midsummer Nights Dream and it is dated in pencil 1908 and has a name and an address. I felt something drawing me to check passengers on the Titanic to see if she (Annette Melasky) was aborad. She wasn't so my shearch moves on to avenues but I am so glad I remembered to look for Delia's name.Jessica Eubank
 
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Hi Jessica, how far did you get with your research on Delia Mahon? She does not appear to have been given any real airtime. I cannot imagine a 20 year old who had so little of life that she did not achieve anything of life yet... Was she really just another number on a passenger list?
 

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