Descendants of the 3 Class


Mauro Zungri

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Dear Hildur Panula-Heinonen: Thanks to answer this message. I am nephew of a passenger of second class. I have on the case of Eino Panula and is a luck much that to the aim their rest are identified. It looked for family of the passengers of third class to be able to reconstruct this somewhat old history.
Excuse my little ingles.
From my distant contry(Argentina) my respect.
 
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Looking for other relatives of Michael Connauton, 3rd class passenger who was returning to the United States from his third visit back home in Ireland. Born in Athlone, County West Meath, Michael immigrated to Brooklyn, N.Y. and worked as a trolley car operator (horse drawn). I am researching on behalf of family of his sister, Mary Connaughton Conlon. (He didn't have any direct descendents.)
 

Mauro Zungri

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Dear Anton: I am of Argentina and to my distant country not arrived history, surely exciting from your grandmother.
Thanks to all to respond to the message of encounter of descendants of passengers of third class.
 

Anton Centko

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Darren, There is a bio of my grandmother here on ET. I have some other newspaper interviews which I will be uploading soon. Anton
 

Mauro Zungri

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Dear Anton: I ask myself if you save the name of the two women who shared the cabin of cover D with their grandmother. Thank you very much by the aid.
Sorry my writing in ingles.
 
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thank you Mauro, i will soon upload a pic of Eino's sister and parents. Eino and 3 other siblings, Juho Eemeli b.d.1892, Emma Iida b. 1901 died 1910, and Lyydia b.d. 1903
 
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Mr and Mrs. Panula on valentines day 1892.
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this was there wedding day
 
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these are the shoes they found Eino with when he died.The national museum in canada sent us the pic asking if we wanted the shoe, my grandma said no, that they should remain in the museum as a monument to the lost.
 

Mauro Zungri

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Hildur Panula-Heinonen: Thanks to share pictures with all we. If sometimes it needs information on the third class it does not doubt in contacting.
thanks!
 

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