No Reading people among Titanic passengers

Reading Observer

Inquiries made at the local shipping offices by a Reading Observer' representative elicited the fact that there were no Reading people among the passengers. Several local residents had friends and relatives on board. Mr. Stuart Collett, nephew of Mrs. Thomas Huntley, of London Road, Reading, was travelling by the ill-fated vessel to join his parents at Port Byron. Miss Marion Wright, daughter of Mr. Wright, of Yeovil, who formerly lived in College Road, Reading, was on her way to New York to be married.
The names of Miss Marion Wright and Mr. Stuart Collett appear in the list of survivors.
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