FUNERAL OF A TITANIC VICTIM IN CORNWALL

Daily Mirror

[Over a] thousand persons attended the funeral at St. Ives of William Carbines, [a] nineteen-year-old boy who perished in the Titanic disaster. [He] was embalmed and brought to St. Ives so that he might belaid to rest among his own people. (1) The scene in the little churchyard overlooking the Atlantic where the body was buried. (2) Mourners carrying wreaths. (3) Carbines — (Vaughan T.W. Paul.)

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Acknowledgements

Steve Coombes,UK

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2003) FUNERAL OF A TITANIC VICTIM IN CORNWALL (Daily Mirror, Friday 31st May 1912, ref: #1912, published 21 November 2003, generated 5th July 2020 10:17:51 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/funeral-titanic-victim-cornwall.html