Is anyone connected to any of Titanic's passengers or crew


Bob Godfrey

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Hallo, Chanelle. Only way is to do your own research by working backwards through your family tree. But it's a lot of work and not worth the effort if all you're interested in is the remote possibility of a Titanic connection, unless you have some reason to suspect one. Having said that I should add that you're likely to discover lots of people in your family line who are interesting for all sorts of reasons even if they weren't involved in a shipwreck!
 
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Thanks Bob, yeah that would be hard. My family does have some cool connections. Yet, I have always had this strong interest in the great ship, and have been curious if such a connection is even possible. You never know if you don't look for it!
 

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Even though my family wasn't involved in the Titanic Disaster, I learned from Ancestry.Com that my great-great grandmother was a Polish immigrant that traveled with her parents (she was still a child, 7 years of age) to Baltimore on August 30, 1873. They traveled Steerage, so I am assuming they brought their own food, blankets, etc (before Cunard's Lusitania, Mauretania, and Aquatania, many ships required Steerage passengers to bring their own things)
 

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