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Tanya Villanueva
Tanya Villanueva • 1 year ago

Mr James Francis Young, Worked on the Titanic as a Fireman/Stocker/ Engine Crew. He boarded the ship in Southampton. Nothing is known about his time on the ship. He died in the sinking, his body was never recovered.

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