That makes two of us. It's mentioned in countless books, but I have yet to see any evidence that backs it up.quote:
I've always been sceptical of the Morgan story
Damn, can you imagine the number of people digging holes trying to find these documents? hehe. They'd be very valuable now. I'm sure the Cunard Line eventually regretted 86-ing all of that, considering how famous the Titanic became.quote:
most of White Star's corporate records ended up in a landfill somewhere when Cunard/White Star finally left the old White Star offices. If these records weren't salvaged by somebody, they're gone.
Ah, I mixed up the stories of two different people. Sorry. I knew someone related to Titanic died from sickness on a boat somewhere.quote:
Mark, Morgan died at a hotel in Rome on 31 March 1913, according to The New York Times' reports published the next day. Of the principal players in the Titanic story, the only one I recall dying on a ship was Lord Pirrie, who died while returning from South America on Pacific Steam's Ebro in 1924.
Jason, are you referring to his supposedly having booked passage on the Titanic and canceled at the last minute, or are you referring specifically to something else?quote:
That makes two of us. It's mentioned in countless books, but I have yet to see any evidence that backs it up.
It would be nice if it could be settled once and for all.