PEACOCK STILL HOPING TO FIND BROTHERS

Elizabeth Daily Journal

Benjamin Peacock, who lost his wife and two children in the Titanic disaster, returned to his work in the Public Service power house on South avenue, Cranford, yesterday. He told his friends that his wife and two children had been placed in one of the lifeboats, which capsized.

Mr. Peacock has not yet given up hope of finding his brothers who were also passengers on the ill-fated ship. Less than two weeks ago Mr. Peacock told the men of how glad he would be to have his family with him and showed them a baby carriage for the baby and toys for the older girl. He had brought then from Elizabeth to show them to his fellow workmen.

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Edith Peacock
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Acknowledgements

Mark Baber

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) PEACOCK STILL HOPING TO FIND BROTHERS (Elizabeth Daily Journal, Tuesday 23rd April 1912, ref: #2458, published 12 March 2004, generated 4th July 2020 11:49:13 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/peacock-still-hoping-find-brothers.html