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Mr Joseph Peduzzi

Joseph (Giuseppe) Peduzzi was born in Italy around 1888.

He was listed as a waiter whose home address was 1 Ash Grove, Hackney.

He boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a third-class passenger (ticket no. 2817, £8, 1s).

His reason for travelling and his ultimate destination are unknown.

Peduzzi died in the sinking and his body, if recovered, was not identified. 

He is remembered on a memorial plaque in Santa Maria Assunta Cemetery, Schignano, Italy.

 

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Trevor Baxter, UK
Peter Engberg, Sweden

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2020) Joseph Peduzzi (ref: #1127, last updated: 6th January 2020, accessed 20th January 2021 06:53:53 AM)
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