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This is a complete list of Titanic victims whose bodies were later recovered. Some of them were identified, some were not.

Recovered by CS Mackay-Bennett: No's 1-306[]

Bodies 1 to 50

Bodies 51 to 100

Bodies 101 to 150

Bodies 151 to 200

Bodies 201 to 250

Bodies 251 to 306

Recovered by CS Minia: No's 307-323[]

Body no. Description Additional description / Buried Name
307
NO. 307. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 56. - HAIR, LIGHT.

EFFECTS - Purse containing one gold watch bearing monogram on back "C.M.H.", gold locket, pencil case chain and half sovereign gold, £3 in silver, various coins, one American $5 bill, letters, fire insurance policy, nude of wife.

NAME - C. M. HAYS.

Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, Québéc, Canada Charles Melville Hays
308
NO. 308 - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 50. DARK HAIR, BALD, SANDY MOUSTACHE.

NO MARKS ON BODY.

EFFECTS - Handkerchief marked A. H. F., key, and nickel uniform button.

308 Male - Estimated age, 50.

Height, 5 ft. 8 in. Weight, 180lbs.
Hair, dark, partly bald; sandy moustache.
Marks, none.
Buried at Fairview Cemetery, Halifax, N. S.
Handkerchief marked "A. H. F." No other aids to identification.

Unknown
309
NO. 309 - MALE.

EFFECTS - Silver watch with initiale "K. K. K." on back and chain; stick pin with ion rampant holding ax, and letters S.G.M., pipe and paper fastener; 3rd class ticket No. 345123, number on ship's list 16. Last residence-Norway; destination Minneapolis. Pocket book and two 50 Knoner notes ad one small key. Communicate with Gunder Hanson, 1112 Licalen Street, N.E. Minneapolis, Minn.

THIRD CLASS.

NAME - SIGURD HANSON MOEN.

Forwarded, May 10th, to New York for shipment to Norway Sigurd Hansen Moen
310
NO. 310 - MALE.

EFFECTS - Box of tobacco, comb and small key.

CREW - PROBABLY FIREMAN

310 Male

Buried at sea
No aids to identification. Probably a fireman.

Unknown
311
NO. 311 - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 23. BLACK HAIR, CLEAN SHAVEN, HAIR BRUSHED "COWLICK" FASHION.

Height 5 ft 6 in. Weight about 150 lbs. No marks on body.

EFFECTS - Bunch of keys, two pocket handkerchiefs, one marked with initials "E.S." Letter addressed to Italo Donate Savory Hotel.

PROBABLY A WAITER.

NAME - ITALO DONATE

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Italo Francesco Donati
312
Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax Jirjis Yūsuf Abī Sa'b
313
NO. 313. - ESTIMATED AGE, 36. - BLACK HAIR, PARTLY BALD; LIGHT MUSTACHE; WEIGHT, ABOUT 140 LBS. HEIGHT 5 FT 2 IN.

NO MARKS ON BODY.

EFFECTS - Gold watch and chain; sovereign case; Kruger sovereign; silver match box; $6 American notes; pair cuff links marked "L. G."; diamond ring; 2 collar buttons; knife marked "Imperial Restaurant"; key; rubber eraser; lead pencil; in case, 7 sovereigns, 2 half sovereigns, 5/6d in silver, copper coins; bunch of keys with the following tags: "Comptroller's Office restaurant 1st class entrance to "B" deck; the other "Restaurant Manager, entrance to Cafe Parisian"; laundry, marked on linen collar "H. R."; two pocket knives marked "H. R. ; one pair gloves.

MANAGER (r)

NAME - L. GATTI. Montalto, Harborough Rd., Southampton.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Luigi Gatti
314
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Jakob Alfred Wiklund
315
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Henry Wittman
316
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Augustus George Stanbrook
317
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Everett Edward Elliott
318
318 Male

Eyes, blue.
Hair, brown and smooth.
Smooth face.
Buried at sea
Wore brass watch and chain. No other aids to identification. Probably a fireman.

Unknown
319
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Arthur Albert Howell
320
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax James Edward Cartwright
321
Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Ernest Waldron King
322
Delivered to Mr. Hoseason, C.N.S.S Co., to be taken to Montreal Joseph J. Fynney
323
NO. 323. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 12. - HAIR,

SALOON STEWARD

NAME - THOMAS A. MULLIN. 12 Onslow Rd., Woolston, Southampton.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Thomas Mullin

Recovered by CGS Montmagny: No's 326-329[]

Although the last recovered body by the Minia was no. 323, the first body recovered by the Montmagny was logged as no. 326.

Body no. Description Additional Description / Buried Name
326
NO. 326. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 50. - HAIR, BALDING.

CLOTHING - Steward's white coat; light checked overalls; coat makers mark, "Baker & Co."

NO FURTHER AIDS TO IDENTIFICATION.

POSSIBLY A STEWARD.

326 Male - Estimated age, 50.

Height 5 ft. 9 in. Weight, 150lbs.
Complexion, light; partly bald.
Buried at sea
Wore steward's white coat; light check overalls; coatmakers mark. "Baker & Co., Southampton." No further aids to identification. Possibly a steward.

Unknown
327
NO. 327. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 38-40. *(21) - HAIR,

THIRD CLASS.

NAME - HAROLD REYNOLDS. England. Recovered on May 10, 1912.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Harold Reynolds
328
NO. 328. - FEMALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 14. *(15) - HAIR, GOLDEN BROWN.

CLOTHING - Lace trimmed red and black overdress; black underdress; green striped underskirt; black woolen shawl; black slippers.

NO MARKS - Very dark skin; refined features.

THIRD CLASS.

328 Female - Estimated age, 14.

Height, 4 ft. 6 in. Weight, 80 To 85 lbs.
Hair, golden brown.
Marks, very dark skin, refined features.
Buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N. S.
Wore lace, trimmed red and black overdress; black underdress; green striped underskirt; black woolen shawl and black slippers. No further aids to identification. Probably a third class passenger.

Unknown (possibly Hileni Jabbur)
329
NO. 329. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 38. - HAIR,

BEDROOM STEWARD.

NAME - CHARLES SMITH. Hollydene, Portsmouth Rd., Woolston.

Recovered on May 10, 1912.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax Charles Edwin Smith

Recovered by SS Algerine: No 330[]

Body no. Description Additional description Buried Name
330
NO. 330. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE, 50 (*27) - HAIR, DARK; BALD.

SALOON STEWARD.

NAME - JAMES McGRADY. Platform Tavern, Town Quay, Southampton. Recovered by the Algerine/Florizel

330 Male - Estimated age, 50.

Height, 5 ft. 9 in. Weight 160lbs.
Bald Head. Hair, Dark.
Body badly decomposed.

Fairview Cemetery, Halifax James McGrady

Later recovered bodies[]

Recovered by Buried Name
RMS Oceanic at sea Thomson Beattie
RMS Oceanic at sea Arthur O'Keefe
RMS Oceanic at sea
SS Ilford at sea William Frederick Cheverton
SS Ottawa at sea William Thomas Kerley


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