Titanic Disaster, Westcountry Passengers and Crew (13)

Western Morning News

No news has been received as to the fate of Mrs Ellen Wilkes, who hailed from Penzance. She travelled third class, whilst the other members of the party of a dozen from Penzance on the Titanic travelled second class. Mrs Wilkes, who had latterly been living at St Just, was a sister to Mrs Guy, who was better known as Mrs Hocking, and booked in that name, and who, with her two daughters, has been saved. No news has come through of Messrs. George Hocking, Percy Bailey and Harry Cotterill, Penzance passengers.

Related Biographies:

Percy Bailey
Henry Cotterill
Richard George Hocking
Eliza Hocking
Ellen Hocking
Emily Richards
William Rowe Richards
Sibley George Richards
Ellen Wilkes

Acknowledgements

Steve Coombes

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