105th Anniversary of the sinking of Titanic & death of Joseph Bell


A wreath of blue & gold flowers, representing the blue & gold of the the uniform of the engineers, was placed at the Joseph Bell memorial in St. Thomas a Becket Churchyard, Farlam, Cumbria, to mark his death and those of his fellow engineers in the sinking of    R M S Titanic on 15th April 1912.


“Our memories of the ocean will linger on, long after our footprints in the sand are gone”

5 Responses to “105th Anniversary of the sinking of Titanic & death of Joseph Bell”

  1. Chris Hughes Says:

    Remembering Chief Engineer Joseph Bell and the Engineers of Titanic on the 105th Anniversary of the disaster. They will not be forgotten, their bravery will not be forgotten.

    • castlehead Says:

      Thanks Chris, I hope that in the passage of time they will not be forgotten too.

      • Julie scott Says:

        Hello 🙂 can you tell me anything about Joseph’s family tnx julie Australia

      • castlehead Says:

        Thanks Julie for your interest in our site. Is Josephs autograph accompanied by any other text? All the information we have about Joseph Bells
        family is contained within the site for you.

  2. Julie scott Says:

    Found it tnx

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