Bob Godfrey

  • Articles, Stories and Pictures (4)

    A Name to Remember
    Not many of Titanic's 'black gang' are remembered in the towns in which they once lived, but residents of West End on the outskirts of Southampton now have good reason to know the name of greaser Jim Jukes. For several years there ...
    Edward Harris, pantryman
    Edward Harris was the 4th son of Thomas Harris, a part-timeprison warder who lived at 13, Greenhill Avenue, Winchester. After leaving school Edward worked for several years at the town's railway station. His employers were Spiers ...
    Michael Rogers - 'Steward to the Marconi Department'
    Michael Rogers was a 27 year old steward from Dublin, generally resident between voyages at the family home of Mr Thomas Harris at 13, Greenhill Avenue, Winchester. Mrs Harris had been a close friend of Michael's mother, and follow...
    The miller's son
    Albert Barker was born in the village of King's Worthy on the River Itchen in Hampshire, just a few miles upstream from the dock where Titanic would begin its voyage 19 years later. His father was a miller at nearby Abbot's Worthy,...
  • Biographies (4)

    Leonard Hodgkinson
    Engineering Crew

    Mary Josephine Gregson
    Victualling Crew

    Auguste Louis Coutin
    Restaurant Staff

    Henry James Jukes
    Engineering Crew