Passenger named Gigi or initials G G


Karlee Weiler

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Hi! My name is Karlee and I am new to this board. I have been a Titanic fan since I was 6 years old and just recently had some weird feelings! I kept gettting the name or initials G.G. in my head for the longest time and i had a dream last night of a leather suitcase from the titanic containing the initials G.G. engraved on it. I have been on a hunt for this person for almost two months but cannot come to a conclussion who it can be. I think its a female in the upper class. Also i had the initials J.I.C. imprinted into my hand while the Titanic feelings came about as well, I dont know if they are initials or something else. If you flip it upside down, it looks like B22...a cabin number. My question is if anyone knows a few passengers that may have had the nickname Gigi and initials of G.G. Also if you know where i can purchase a replica of the passengers name aboard the Titanic, the handwritten ones.Thanks to all in advance!
 
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Hi Karlee I've been a fan of Titanic since I was 8 years old . So anyway I have never heard anyone on the Titanic with the enitials G.G. but if you try the passenger list you may find someone.
Clare
 

Karlee Weiler

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Ive looked through it I was thinking it was a nickname or like first and middle initials nothing really popped out at me though =(
 
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Karlee, You asked >>Also if you know where i can purchase a replica of the passengers name aboard the Titanic, the handwritten ones.<< The only handwritten Lists that I am aware of are the Southampton and Queenstown Boarding Lists. - They are not 100% accurate as they include names of some who did not board and omit to include the names of some who did. - There is no Boarding List for Cherbourg. - I think these will be the Lists you are asking about.

There are also the handwritten Lists of deceased passengers. You can obtain the Boarding [BT 27/780B for Southampton and BT 27/776 for Queenstown] and deceased Passenger [BT 100/260 and MT 9/920/201] Lists from the Public Archive at Kew [which is near London], or obtain them on two CD-ROMs from here: http://www.paperlessarchives.com/titanic.html

For surviving passengers the handwritten Titanic-Carpathia Lists can be viewed on-line here: http://www.ellisislandrecords.org/search/ship_passengers.asp?letter=c&half=1&sname=Carpathia&year=1912&sdate=06/18/1912&port=Southampton&page=1

There is also the handwritten Contract Ticket List which Lists all of the passengers with their ticket numbers and the fares they paid. A copy of the Contract Ticket List can be obtained from the National Archives in New York: http://www.archives.gov/northeast/nyc/