The orphans of the Titanic have captured history's attention for more than 100 years. Nn interesting article over at Picture This, the blog for the Library of Congress's photograph collections, is titled Waifs of the Deep: Orphans [...]
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Diary of Clifford “Cliff” Crease (1888-1961). Courtesy The Nova Scotia Archives The Titanic Resource Guide from the Nova Scotia Archives and accompanying digital archives are important resources well digitized and delivered. And they [...]
A new Titanic Collection at Ancestry, with primary sources, commemorates the centennial of the sinking of the Titanic, the world’s most storied ocean liner. Thousands of records on the passengers and crew of the [...]
Where the Titanic passengers are buried in NYC is an illuminating piece published as part of the Titanic centennial commemorations. The New York City locations of memorials to Titanic passengers who died and graves of passengers who [...]
Did you see this story about an unknown Titanic child victim identified through DNA? Five days after the passenger ship the Titanic sank, the crew of the rescue ship Mackay-Bennett pulled the body of a fair-haired, [...]
Today's post is about my Ross family and some old-school genealogy research. Recently I went through some papers my mother had given me and discovered a remarkable example of old-school, pre-Internet genealogical research-cum-luck. (For more [...]