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Titanic Memorial Stewards Southampton

THIS MEMORIAL WAS ERECTED IN MEMORY OF THE CREW, STEWARDS, SAILORS AND FIREMEN, WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE SS TITANIC DISASTER APRIL 15TH 1912. IT WAS SUBSCRIBED FOR BY THE WIDOWS, MOTHERS, AND FRIENDS OF THE CREW. ALDERMAN HENRY BOWYER MAYOR 1912-1913.

Location: High Street, Holy Rood Church, Southampton, SO14 2NS, United Kingdom

The Titanic memorial pictured here on the left, the Titanic Stewards' Memorial fountain in Southampton, was unveiled over three years after the disaster, on 27th July, 1915.

Over many years it became neglected and vandalised, and as a result, it was moved to a new, safe location within the ruins of Holyrood Church, on 15th April, 1972, the 60th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic.

 


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