Titanic stories - Young violinist John Hume a 'hero' for playing until the end


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There were 306 bodies pulled from the icy waters and brought to the Nova Scotia city after the ship sank to the bottom of the Atlantic the morning of Apr 15 1912 Of those a total of 150 were buried in three local cemeteries but not all of were able to be identified About 30 of the graves remain nameless bearing only the number their body was designated in recording the recovered victims Occasionally graves are adorned with flowers or a wreath Those commonly include the headstones | globalmontreal.com

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