About Charles Ingram
Mr Charles Ingram
- Born: 1891
- Age: 20 years
- Marital Status: Single.
- Last Residence: in Southampton Hampshire England
- Occupation: Trimmer
- Engine crew
- First Embarked: Southampton
- Died in the sinking.
- Body recovered by: Mackay-Bennett (No. 204)
- Buried: Fairview Lawn Cemetery Halifax Nova Scotia Canada on Monday 6th May 1912.
Mr Charles Ingram, of 18 Lower Canal Walk, Southampton, died in the sinking. His body was recovered by the Mackay-Bennett, and was buried at Fairview Cemetary, Halifax, Nova Scotia on 6 May 1912.
NO. 204 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE, 23 - DARK HAIR
CLOTHING - Dungaree pants; green coat and vest.
EFFECTS - 2 brass rings; pipe; papers; B. S. F. U. book 910.
NAME - C. INGRAM 14 Lower York St. Notes Ingram is mis-identified as a fireman in the Halifax list. Some lists give his name as G. Ingram or E. Ingram. Address is different between Senate list, and Halifax list.
Documents White Star Line (1912.) Record of Bodies and Effects (Passengers and Crew S.S. "Titanic") Recovered by Cable Steamer "MacKay Bennett" Including Bodies Buried at Sea and Bodies Delivered at Morgue in Halifax, N.S. Details compiled from records of the "Mackay-Bennett". Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S., Manuscript Group 100, Vol. 229, No. 3d, Accession 1976-191, c. Friday May 3, dark purple card covers, initial page entitled, Key to accompanying List showing how bodies have been disposed of:, probably printed in Halifax, N.S., 76 pp., unpaged, Body No. 1 to 306 inclusive: annotated in red ink below each body's data with burial permit and cemetery data, and with two extra typed pages added for the Minia, Montmagny and Algerine; Body Nos. 307 to 324 inclusive, Nos. 326 to 329 inclusive and No. 330 respectively. (#204)
References United States Senate, Washington 1912. n° 806, Crew List Susan Wels (1997) Titanic: The Worlds Greatest Ocean Liner, Crew list by Michael Findley
Acknowledgements Bill Wormstedt, USA