Hi Rosita I am also trying to find out if Eugene was my grandfathers brother - My family and I are returning to Cork for the 100th Anniversary and we are very keen to get any information that could help. Please contact me [email protected]:disqus .co.uk warmest regards Alan Daly
Hello,My name is Fiona Brooke-Vincent. Eugene took in my grandparents after their house was damaged by a storm - their names were Bart and Nel (Helen) Keane. A member of my family still lives at No 7 St Johns terrace.My daughter is doing a project on the Titanic, and with her connection to the Titanic I was wondering if you had any information or articles that could help give her give a bit more detail about Eugene.If you do, please leave a message here, and I will pass on my email address.Thank you. Fiona Brooke-Vincent
Hi my name is Catherine Mazzamauro from Adelaide South Australia, having just found out today that I am related to a Titanic Surviour I am excited having just read your story I just wonder whether this is the gentleman my parents were Johannah Mary Daly of Tralee and James Dalton Carrick on Suir I have 6 brothers and 1 sister my brothers are Eugene,James,Patrick(deceased),John,Brian and Michael and Anne-Marie.My parents left Ireland went to London then married in Guildford Surrey England then settled in Blackburn outside Edinburgh in Scotland. I have been living in Adelaide for nearly 23yrs now and have known nothing about my family apart from my granparents who were Eugene Daly and Catherine Conway both of Tralee,their children were James Conway, Johannah-Mary Daly,Margaret-Mary Daly,Frances-Mary Daly,Dennis Daly, all of the children apart from James went to london. All of the children have now passed to Gods care apart from James who I dont anything about however I do know that he stayed in Ireland and married and stayed around the Cork area. Any information would be greatly appreciated my email is [email protected]
Boarded third-class at Queenstown, this Athlone man's sensational story tells of an officer shooting two men dead – before another shot rings out and the officer himself falls.
Eugene Daly was on board the Titanic until the very end. His sensational story tells of an officer shooting two men dead – before another shot rings out and the officer himself falls.
Daly’s account of the panic and of his own escape is probably the most graphic of any told by any survivor. He was in compartment C-23 on F deck, very far forward on the starboard side, so close to the impact that he was almost thrown out of bed...