Reginald Charles Coleridge - Titanic Second Class Passenger

Mr Reginald Charles Coleridge was a second class passenger sailing from Southampton, United Kingdom to New York City, United States aboard the maiden voyage of RMS Titanic. He heading for Detroit, Michigan, United States to attend to business, and was then to go on to Canada for a holiday. He was one of a considerable number of people who were not originally booked to sail aboard Titanic but had their plans changed to go aboard Titanic instead due to a coal shortage preventing ships from sailing, caused by a recent coal strike in the United Kingdom.

Reginald Charles Coleridge was born in Teignmouth, United Kingdom in 1883. He worked as an Advertising consultant. He was involved with the Boy Scouts.

Reginald Charles Coleridge died on 15th April in the sinking of RMS Titanic. His body is not known to have been amongst those recovered from the sea after the disaster.

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