Godalming Grammar School Jack Phillips portrait

A memorial portrait of the Titanic's chief wireless operator Jack Phillips

In the aftermath of her sinking the Titanic's owners contracted four vessels to search for bodies in the seas where she sank. In eight weeks the vessels Mackay-Bennett, Minia, Montmagny and Algerine recovered 328 bodies. 209 were returned to shore, with 150 buried in Halifax (Canada) and the rest repatriated to relatives around the world.

At the same time commemorative memorials - buildings, plaques, portraits, statues and tablets - were commissioned. Funded by public subscription and overseen by committees, many were unveiled in public ceremonies attended by large numbers of people from the local community. Memorials have continued to be unveiled to this day, with many commemorating the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic in 2012.

This website tells the story of the memorials and graves for Titanic's passenger and crew, and the sites and monuments around the world that are part of the Titanic's story. Browse the different memorials and graves, or view memorials and graves in individual countries.

A memorial portrait of the Titanic's chief wireless operator Jack Phillips
A memorial plaque in Trinity Methodist Church dedicated to third class passenger James George Reed.
The family grave dedicated to third-class passenger Owen Allum, who lost his life in the Titanic disaster.
A memorial tablet in St Martin on the Hill Church dedicated to the sixth officer of the Titanic.
A memorial tablet to designer Alexander Carlisle in Golders Green Crematorium.
A memorial stone unveiled on the centenary of the Titanic disaster in memory of William Edwy Ryerson .

Titanic memorials

Titanic memorials

The story of the Titanic; her passengers and crew, victims and survivors told through the memorials, associated historic landmarks and locations in Great Britain & Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, North America and worldwide.

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