Titanic : On this Day... 1919

The following 5 people died

HARRIS, Mr George — 3rd March 1919
HEALY, Miss Honor — 11th March 1919
MINAHAN, Miss Ida Daisy — 30th April 1919
DODGE, Dr Washington — 30th June 1919
HUMPHREYS, Mr Sidney — 3rd September 1919

The following 47 items were published

(1919) BERTHA CHAMBERS IN 1919 —   1919  
(1919) EMILY BORIE RYERSON IN 1919 —   1919  
(1919) FREDERIC KIMBER SEWARD IN 1919 —   1919  
(1919) GEORGE WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP IN C.1919 —   1919  
(1919) GUILLAUME JOSEPH DE MESSEMAEKER IN 1919 —   1919  
(1919) HENRY REGINALD LEE —   1919  
(1919) IDA DAISY MINAHAN (DEATH CERTIFICATE) —   1919  
(1919) WASHINGTON DODGE (DEATH CERTIFICATE) —   1919  
(1919) WASHINGTON DODGE JR IN 1919 —   1919  
(1919) ALFRED PUGH —   1919  
Chicago Tribune (1919) JEAN HIPPACH —   1919  
New York Times (1919) TITANIC SURVIVOR EDITH GRACIE DIES — 2nd January 1919  
The Times (1919) £25,000 FOR BRITISH MERCHANTMEN — 2nd January 1919  
The Times (1919) MR. ISMAY'S GIFT TO THE MERCANTILE MARINE — 3rd January 1919  
The Times (1919) BEESLEY CLAIMS WAR COMPENSATION — 22nd January 1919  
The Cornishman and Cornish Telegraph (1919) PERCY BAILEY MEMORIAL NOTICES (1919) — 16th April 1919  
New York Times (1919) GOLF TITLE TO FOWNES — 20th April 1919  
Fond du Lac Daily Commonwealth (1919) MISS MINAHAN DIES; TITANIC SURVIVOR — 3rd May 1919  
Fond du Lac Daily Commonwealth (1919) MISS MINAHAN DIES; TITANIC SURVIVOR (1) — 3rd May 1919  
New York Times (1919) MISS BENITA R. GUGGENHEIM MARRIES LIEUT. E. B. MAYER — 18th May 1919  
New York Times (1919) MARY GARDEN'S SIDE IN SUIT — 22nd May 1919  
New York Times (1919) 25 DEAD, 100 HURT IN BIG EXPLOSION AT CEDAR RAPIDS — 23rd May 1919  
New York Times (1919) 12 DEAD IN CEDAR RAPIDS — 24th May 1919  
Boston Globe (1919) ELIZABETH EUSTIS IN 1919 — 9th June 1919  
The Times (1919) LIGHTOLLER DECORATED BY KING — 16th June 1919  
San Francisco Chronicle (1919) DR. DODGE ATTEMPTS SUICIDE — 22nd June 1919  
San Francisco Examiner (1919) DR. WASHINGTON DODGE TRIES SUICIDE; MAY DIE — 22nd June 1919  
San Francisco Bulletin (1919) DR. DODGE STILL IN SERIOUS CONDITION — 23rd June 1919  
San Francisco Call & Post (1919) DR. DODGE SHOOTS SELF; MAY DIE — 23rd June 1919  
San Francisco Chronicle (1919) DR. DODGE IN CRITICAL STATE — 23rd June 1919  
San Francisco Examiner (1919) DOCTOR DODGE IS OPERATED ON; CONDITION SERIOUS — 23rd June 1919  
San Francisco Bulletin (1919) DR. DODGE MAY NOT RECOVER FROM WOUND — 24th June 1919  
San Francisco Chronicle (1919) DR. DODGE MAY RECOVER: HAD BEEN GUARDED — 24th June 1919  
San Francisco Examiner (1919) DR. DODGE'S FATE IS STILL IN DOUBT — 24th June 1919  
San Francisco Bulletin (1919) WASHINGTON DODGE MAY RECOVER, HIS PHYSICIAN THINKS — 27th June 1919  
San Francisco Bulletin (1919) DR. DODGE DYING, IS REPORT — 28th June 1919  
San Francisco Examiner (1919) DEATH HOVERING OVER DR. DODGE; END IS EXPECTED — 29th June 1919  
San Francisco Bulletin (1919) SUICIDAL BULLET IS FATAL TO DR. DODGE — 30th June 1919  
San Francisco Call & Post (1919) DR. DODGE DIES AS RESULT OF WOUNDS — 30th June 1919  
San Francisco Call & Post (1919) FUNERAL OF DR. DODGE TO BE HELD THURSDAY — 1st July 1919  
San Francisco Chronicle (1919) DR. WASHINGTON DODGE DIES AT LOCAL HOSPITAL — 1st July 1919  
San Francisco Examiner (1919) DR. DODGE DIES FROM WOUNDS HE INFLICTED — 1st July 1919  
Unidentified Newspaper (1919) DODGE — 1st July 1919  
(1919) LIGHTOLLER TAKES 36 GERMAN NAVAL LIVES IN WAR — 14th July 1919  
The Sunday Oregonian (1919) BERTHA WATT IN 1919 — 3rd August 1919  
New York Times (1919) GUGGENHEIM LEGACY UNCLAIMED — 29th October 1919  
The Times (1919) CONTROLLER-GENERAL'S RETIREMENT — 23rd December 1919