The Laroche Family

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steven p greiner

steven p greiner

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Oh, and Adam, I think the idea was to catalog and document the current condition of the wreck in a more precise, hi-tech way before it is too late, and also compare it with current data to calculate rate of deterioration.
 
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Adam Went

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Steven:

Ah righteo, thanks for that.
Yes, it'll be interesting to see what the ocean has to serve up on April 15, 2012. If it's rough, it'll be scary - if it's calm, a-la a century earlier, it'll be eerie!
 
Michael H. Standart

Michael H. Standart

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>>Well I suppose Bob is getting on for 70 years old now and might want to wind the roster down a bit as well...<<

68 if you want to split hairs, but I see your point. I'm only 50 and to put a polite spin on it, my energy levels are not quite what they were.
 
MarlieStyles

MarlieStyles

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Hello to all.. my name is Marjorie Alberts (yes, u can Google me!!)
I'm actually working on writing a novel, based on my ancestor Joseph LaRoche. But am looking to produce a documentary of my life events that lead me to uncovering this history I written a script and registered with the writers guild of America. So please reach out via, Facebook/Instagram/Twitter MarlieStyles
Thanks and u all are so awesome, I hope to make most all satisfied with what I intend on delivering.
 
Charlene

Charlene

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I've always wondered what would happen to this family if Titanic never sunk. Cincinnatus Leconte, Joseph's uncle, was killed in August 1912! How would they react? What would the first days be like in a country so different from France? I'm also interested in the story of his country, how a biracial family would experience the events that occurred there? I wonder if there were similar families in Haiti at that time
 
Cam Houseman

Cam Houseman

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I think Mrs. Laroche befriended Edith Rosenbaum, on the Carpathia. But, her coat, with the few memories or valuables Joesph Laroche was able to give her.
 
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