Hi everyone, apologies if I have posted this in the wrong section. I am a member of the Letterkenny Cathedral Quarter group based in Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland. We have a building in our town called Saint Eunan's Cathedral which was opened in 1901. According to records, two of the men who worked on the carvings on this building could also have worked on the famous staircase on the Titanic. Their names were Gabriel Fisher Purdy and Charles Turner Millard and operated out of Belfast. There is reference to them working on this building (1891 - 1901) and a brief line about the two men 'possibly' working on the staircase. So far, I cannot find any definite reference/information to form a solid connection to RMS Titanic. Any help would be gratefully appreciated.