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On Board the "Empress of Ireland": Some of the Lost, and Others

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I MRS. HART BENNETT, OF NASSAU -DROWNED!. z. ON THE DECK OF THE ” EMPRESS OF IRELAND”. CHIEF-OFFICER M. R. STEEDE (DROWNED3. 3. MRS. PALMER DROWNED), WIFE OF MR. W. LEONARD PALMER, OF THE FINANCIAL NE'”S.’ 4 MR. AND MRS. L. ‘H. LONGLEY AND CHILD ;DROWNED).


5. MR. AND MRS. ERNEST ELLIOTT, AND ONE OF THEIR CHILDREN ,ALL DROWNED). 6. MRS. R. BIRCH AND HER LITTLE BOY, WHO WERE ON A HOLIDAY TRIP (BOTH DROWNED). 7. MASTER BRUCE ELLIOTT (DROWNED), SON OF MR. AND MRS. ERNEST ELLIOTT.


8. THE NATIONAL STAFF BAND OF THE SALVATION ARMY (MANY DROWNED), WHO WERE AMONG THE 17[ SALVATIONISTS (OF WHOM ONLY 26 WERE SAVED) ON BOARD THE “EMPRESS OF IRELAND.” 9. SECOND-OFFICER R. WILLIAMS, OF THE ” EMPRESS OF IRELAND” (DROWNED).



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Issue 3920. - Vol CXLIV

Jun, 06 1914

Illustrated London News