TITANIC-TITANIC.com | Titanic Second Class Passenger - BRAILEY, Mr W. Theodore Ronald

Theodore Ronald BraileyTheodore Ronald Brailey boarded the Titanic at Southampton, England, on Wednesday, 10th April, 1912, and was part of Titanic's band or orchestra, playing piano. Ironically, one of the previous vessels he had served aboard as a musician was Carpathia.

Theodore Ronald Brailey lived at Lancaster Road, Ladbroke Grove, London, England, United Kingdom.

Theodore Ronald Brailey was traveling with fellow musicians Wallace Hartley, John Frederick Preston Clarke, John Law Hume, Roger Marie Bricoux, John Wesley Woodward, Percy Cornelius Taylor and Georges Alexandre Krins.

Theodore Ronald Brailey, Wallace Hartley, John Frederick Preston Clarke, John Law Hume, Roger Marie Bricoux, John Wesley Woodward, Percy Cornelius Taylor and Georges Alexandre Krins were all lost in the sinking of Titanic.

Only the bodies of John Law Hume, Wallace Hartley and John Frederick Preston Clarke were recovered and identified.

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