HODGES Henry P. : GLOUCESTERIAN'S BROTHER UNLISTED WITH THE SAVED

Gloucester Citizen

[Photo]

Among the Titanic victims was Mr. H. P. Hodges, of The Cotswolds, Highfield Lane, Southampton, who is an elder brother of Mr. R. Hodges, of Melcombe, Vicarage Road, Gloucester, one of the staff at Hatherley Road Council Schools. Mr. Hodges, who was a music seller, was well-known in Gloucester, and had been educated at Tewksbury Grammar School.

He was among the second class passengers on the Titanic, having gone on a visit to relatives in America. For some time he had intended crossing the Atlantic, and he would have gone some weeks ago had not the coal strike unfortunately prevented him. His name has not appeared in the lists of those saved, and there is all too good cause to fear that Mr. Hodges was one of those gallant men who stood aside to await imminent death whilst women and children took their places in the boats. If such is the case, Mr. Hodges leaves a widow and eight children, two of whom are married.

Related Biographies:

Henry Price Hodges

Acknowledgements

Brian Ticehurst

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2003) HODGES Henry P. : GLOUCESTERIAN'S BROTHER UNLISTED WITH THE SAVED (Gloucester Citizen, Wednesday 17th April 1912, ref: #2108, published 21 December 2003, generated 10th August 2020 11:57:30 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/hodges-henry-p-gloucesterians-brother-unlisted-with-saved.html