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Sig. Emilio Poggi

Sig. Emilio Poggi, 26, was born in Calice Ligure, Provincia di Savona, Italy in December 1883, the son of Giuseppe Poggi.

Emilio Poggi
(Courtesy: Italo Poggi / Claudio Mazza, Italy)

When he signed on to the Titanic on 9 April 1912, he gave his birthplace as Genoa, his address as Bowling Green House, Orchard Place, Southampton and his previous ship as the Asturias.

Poggi died in the sinking; his body was later recovered by the MacKay Bennett, and was buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia on 8 May 1912.

Image
(Courtesy: Bill Fowler, Canada)

 

 

NO. 301. - MALE. BLACK CURLY - HAIR.

CLOTHING - Fawn rain coat; black suit; black patent shoes; vest; no shirt; drawers marked "P."

EFFECTS - Keys; corkscrew; comb; 17s. 2 1/2d.

PROBABLY A WAITER.

NAME?POGGI (?)

Image
(Courtesy: Italo Poggi / Claudio Mazza, Italy)

 

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  1. Wine drinker. said:

    A good waiter will always die with his wine cork screw. A toast Emilio - to you.

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Credits

Claudio Mazza, Italy
Bob Knuckle, Canada
Gianluca Parodi, Italy
Hermann Söldner, Germany

References and Sources

Report United State Senate n° 806, Crew List, 1912.
Search archive British and Irish newspapers online

Link and cite this biography

Encyclopedia Titanica (2013) Emilio Poggi (ref: #2057, last updated: 9th June 2013, accessed 22nd January 2021 07:06:01 AM)
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