About Charles Robert Bainbrigge
Charles Robert Bainbrigge
Mr. Charles Robert Bainbrigge, 23 (born in St. Peter's Port, Guernsey, in 1888), a horse trainer from Rohais Manor, Guernsey, boarded the Titanic at Southampton as second class passenger. He held ticket number C.A. 31030, price: £10 10s.
Mr. Bainbrigge first came to the United States in April 1905 as a tourist together with his sister Ethel (born 1878). His sister seemed to have stayed behind; she lived in 1912 at 214 Dayton Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota. She was visisted by her brother in March 1909.
He was supposed to travel on the Olympic on 3 April 1912, but embarked on the Titanic instead. According to a contemporary account he was travelling to Savage's International Stock Farm, Minnesota, U.S.A.
Mr. Baimbrigge died in the sinking. His body, if recovered, was never identified. His mother received a grant of £ 85 from the Titanic Relief Fund
MR. CHARLES BAINBRIGGE Unidentified Newspaper 1912
Mr. Charles Bainbrigge was a son of Mrs. Bainbrigge of Rohais Manor. He was returning to Savage's International Stock Farm, Minnesota, U.S.A., where he had spent some years. The London "Globe" contained the following paragraph on Saturday:- Mr. Charles Bainbrigge, a member of a well-known Guernsey family, was a second-class passenger on the Titanic, his name having been published as Mr. Bainbrigge. So far, his name has not been announced among the saved.