|Birth: ||Sep. 12, 1892|
|Death: ||Apr. 15, 1912|
George Swane, c.18, was chauffeur to Hudson Allison and family and boarded the Titanic at Southampton with them, their other servants and their cook Mildred Brown with whom he travelled in Second Class.
During the voyage he occupied a shared cabin on F-Deck and on the night of the disaster he and his roommates enjoyed a pillow fight which those in the adjacent cabin F-33 (Selena Rogers Cook, Elizabeth Nye, Amelia Lemore and Mildred Brown) awake for a time.
After the collision Swane knocked on the door to the ladies cabin and warned them to get dressed as quickly as possible.
George Swane lost his life in the disaster, his body was later recovered and he was buried at Fairview cemetery, Halifax, N.S. on May 6th 1912.
Fairview Lawn Cemetery
Nova Scotia, Canada
Plot: Grave #294, Titanic section.
Created by: Elisa Jones
Record added: May 22, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8812820