Rhoda Mary 'Rosa' Abbott


A Csims

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she was a good lady and she survied the disater so we know she was she had a dog named bluebell it was a chowchow
 

tina (527)

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the titanic was a great loss and painful moment for all those passengers abourd the titanic. Today people are still greiving and weaping to get to know a person who died on the titanic but will never get the chance to for the day they lost them. The one person we cant forget rosa abbott was a great conpanion and leader she fought and was one of the many who survived the titanic but died many years later and as for her two boys they died the night of the titanic wreck but rosa was never able to let go of the fact she lost her boys and they both died alone.
 

tina (527)

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For rosa to be the one of many to survive the titanic wreck it is truly amazing. Rosa abbott will always live on in our memories, because she can never be forgoten.
 

Ceyda D

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LOVE HER!!! :) I am even using this account and information on her for my 'Inspirational Women' English project. If you look up inspirational in the Dictionary, her face is there.
 

Bandit Queen

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Rosa Abbott's boys must have been her whole life.  They were together the whole time and she tried to keep them safe right up to the end, but she was the only one to get saved by being taken into a boat that had come close to them.  Her sons sadly died in the freezing cold of the North Atlantic and it is very sad to lose a child, a grief that no-one should have to endure: let alone to lose both sons.  Had more of the boats come back, a few more people could have been brought from the water alive, may-be her sons could have been saved, but the majority of those in command of the boats were too cowardly to do so.  Two boats came back; and by then it was too late.  Had the boats been filled in the first place, and families placed in them together, as they came up to the decks, then another 750 people would have lived.  That makes these stories all the more sad and all the more human; a terrible grief for a mother to have to bear. Rosa Abbott and the women that lost husbands and children that night are the true heroes of this tragedy.  May they and their loved ones rest in peace.  YNWA
 

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a friend of mine is actually looking for some imformation about this amazing women who fought through this loss of the jump invovling her children.
 

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