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Shadrach Gale
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Birth: Jul. 17, 1879
Cornwall, England
Death: Apr. 15, 1912, At Sea

Mr Shadrach Gale, 34, was born at Rising Sun, a small hamlet near Harrowbarrow, Cornwall on 17 July 1878. The son of Mr Elijah Gale (Tin Miner) and Mrs Maria Gale. The 1881 census shows he was living with his parents and grandparents, Thomas and Rebecca Sandercock. He was brother to Harry, Alice and Rachael.
He had moved to Idaho Springs, Colorado in the early part of the century. He returned home to visit his family and encouraged his brother, Harry to return to Colorado with him where they were to work as miners.
They both travelled second class on the Titanic (ticket number 28664, 21). It is probable they travelled with Frederick Pengelly and William Ware, both of whom were from nearby Gunnislake.
Shadrach and Harry were lost in the sinking, their bodies were never recovered.
He had been a member of ''Woodmen of the World'' in Colorado and the membership erected a memorial to him in Idaho Springs. He also shares a fine memorial with his brother in Calstock Churchyard, Cornwall.
Family links: 
  Elijah Gale (1853 - 1936)
  Maria Gale (1853 - 1922)
  Harry Gale (1874 - 1912)*
  Shadrach Gale (1879 - 1912)
*Calculated relationship
Son of Elijah and Maria Gale
of Harrowbarrow, Calstock,
Cornwall, England
Born July 17, 1879
Perisherd with the "TITANIC"
April 14, 1912
Erected by the Woodmen of the World
Body lost at sea
Specifically: Titanic Wreck
Maintained by: Brett Williams
Originally Created by: Cathy Thomas
Record added: Oct 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43234992
Shadrach Gale
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Shadrach Gale
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Shadrach Gale
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102 years ago yesterday..."Oh hear us when we cry to Thee, for those in peril on the sea." RIP.
- Debra Polly
 Added: Apr. 21, 2014

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