Roger Marie Bricoux
Mr Roger Marie Bricoux was born in France on 1st June 1891.
Before joining the
Titanic he lived at 5 Place du Lion d'Or, Lille, France. He and and Pianist Theodore Brailey had served on the Cunard steamer Carpathia before joining the White Star Line.
All of the musicians lost their lives in the sinking.
Titanic Passenger Summary
Name: Mr Roger Marie Bricoux
Ticket No. 250654
Died in the Titanic disaster (
15th April 1912)
Body Not Recovered
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References and Sources
List Compiled by the Consul General of France (Maurice De Coppet), 17th June, 1913
Photo courtesy of Olivier Mendez, Association Français du Titanic
Just how many people did the ship's orchestra kill? Newspaper Articles
Those on the Titanic Played It Knowing Their End Was Close at Hand
Letter sent by cellist on 17 March 1912
Letter sent by the Amalgamated Musicians' Union to Bricoux' father Titanic cello player
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Encyclopedia Titanica (2013) Roger Marie Bricoux (ref: #352, last updated: 25th July 2013, accessed 23rd June 2022 02:27:32 AM)
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