|Death: ||Apr. 15, 1912, At Sea|
Mr Reginald Charles Coleridge, 29, was born in the Newton Abbot area of Devon in 1883. By 1912 he was living in Hartford, Huntingdonshire (Cambridgeshire) and working in London as a director of an advertising agency. He was due to travel to America on another steamer but had his passage transferred to the Titanic as a result of the coal strike. He was en route to Detroit, Michigan, a holiday was planned in Canada afterward.
He boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a second class passenger (ticket number 14263, £10 10s).
Coleridge died in the sinking. He left an estate worth £455 14s 7d to his 'adopted' father Rev Alexander Chorley Crosfield.
Body lost at sea
Specifically: Titanic Wreck
Created by: Brett Williams
Record added: May 25, 2010
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