Mrs Rosalie Paula Van Impe

Mrs Jan Baptist Van Impe (Rosalie Govaert), 30, from Bergstraat, Kerksken Belgium boarded the Titanic at Southampton with her husband Jean and daughter Catharina. They travelled as third class passengers, all three died in the sinking.

 

Notes

Michael Findlay (1994) lists her surname as Govaert, the (1998) revised list givres it as Govaerts. Govaert is the more common Belgian spelling.
 

Articles and Stories

New York Times (1913) 
New York Times (1913) 
 

Comment and discuss

  1. Tammy Saphiloff said:

    To begin with, I'm a huge fan of Dr. Jack & Rexella Van Impe's weekly program Jack Van Impe Ministries that can be seen on the TBN channel. Also because he's such an authority on the Bible, and Biblical Prophecies and all. Thanks to them, I now understand the Bible a lot more. While serfing the internet on another site, I accidently come across the names of their Van Impe Family: Jean Baptiste, a Farmer; his wife, Rosalie Paula; & their daughter, Catharina, whom also lost their lives aboard Titanic. So I decided to look them up here on this site, so that I could learn more about them.... Read full post

  2. Laura Melinda Varjo said:

    Hey Tammy, well, if you haven't yet, you should share the info with them, but they might not care a bit. Who knows. Laura

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Credits

Herman DeWulf, Belgium
Michael A. Findlay, USA
Georges Picavet, Belgium
Kassandra Picavet, Belgium
Homer Thiel, USA

References and Sources

Michael Findlay Passenger List in John P. Eaton & Charles A. Haas Titanic: Triumph & Tragedy, 2nd ed. Patrick Stephens Ltd. ISBN 1 85260 493 X
Michael Findlay Revised Passenger List in Judith Geller Titanic: Women and Children First. Haynes. ISBN 1 85260 594 4
 
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Link and cite this biography

Encyclopedia Titanica (2016) Rosalie Paula Van Impe (ref: #1280, last updated: 4th February 2016, accessed 4th August 2020 21:02:28 PM)
URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-victim/rosalie-paula-van-impe.html