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Titanic deaths. Irish woman Margaret Rice and her 5 children all died. Queenstown, Cork in Ireland. They were 3rd class passengers
  • Lorraine Reid

    Margaret Rice and her five sons were on one of these boats on their way to the ship Titanic

  • Lorraine Reid

    The Titanic: Irish Mother Margaret Rice and Children Died when Sank

  • Rie Bech

    RMS Titanic (1912) April 11, 1912: The tenders Ireland (left) and America (right) shuttle passengers and luggage to the Titanic. The port was not deep enough for Titanic to dock so she lay out in the harbor.

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