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Bertram Frank Dean
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Bertram Frank Dean and Georgette Eva Light, had decided to immigrate from England to Wichita Kansas in America.  Bertram Dean had a family living in Kansas and was planning to open a tobacco shop there when they migrated. Their voyage on the new RMS Titanic ocean liner was already etched in destiny, but because of a coal strike, they were transfered downgrade as third class passengers. During this time, son Bertam Jr. was two years old, daughter Millvina Dean was only 2 months old. All is prepared and the Titanic began to set sail. It was a smooth voyage, the weather is blessed during the trip. But on the night of April 14, 1912, Bertram Dean felt the Titanic crashing into a massive wall. He began to investigate what happened, and found that the ship had hit an iceberg. He immediately informed his wife Eva to go up on deck. Eva, along with baby Millvina, and toddler Bertram Jr. were placed in Lifeboat 10. They were able to escape before the Titanic sank completely. Unfortunately, Dean patriarch Bertram Frank Dean Sr., died at sea, and his body was never identified.
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