Mrs Candee


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Jaques

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Does anyone have any idea as to what Mrs. Candee's cabin was?
Hugh Woolner mentions it in his testimony but never says the number.
I know it is either on C D or E deck, but the exact number I'm not sure of.
( You'd think Col. Gracie would have remembered)
 
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My fellow researchers and I have determined that Mrs. Candee was on E-deck but we do not know which cabin she occupied.

Michael Findlay
 

daniel

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It might, slightly be possible that Mrs Candee was the woman in E23. Mr McGough does not give a detailed description of her, simply stating that there was a "lady" in E23. Besides Mrs Candee there are 3 other likely possibilities, so therefore it is hard to judge whether she was in this cabin.

Daniel Rosenshine.
 
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Mark Bray

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To everyone,
Sorry about the caps. I do not want anyone to think I am yelling.

Mark
 

Mike Poirier

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Has anyone read the account on the Pellegrino website? There seems to be too much dialogue for it to be a written account. What does anyone else think?
Mike
 
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I certainly think it's legitimate, because Pellegrino mentions the newspaper/magazine it was taken from and the date of the publication. So I guess everyone could verify with the magazine (if still existing) and ask a copy of the account.
 

Mike Poirier

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Actually Charles. If you read the way Pellegrino words it, the first paragraph ( which is separate from the lengthier account ) came from "Sealed Orders". The second part according to him he claims came from a relative in which she supposedly wrote a longer, more "detailed" account. That is the one I am questioning. If you go back and read it, you will see what I mean.
 

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