William Dibden - Titanic Second Class Passenger

William Dibden was a second class passenger travelling to Manitoba, Canada with Ambrose Hood, who was his cousin, Percy William Deacon, Charles Henry Davies, and brothers Leonard Mark Hickman, Lewis Hickman and Stanley George Hickman.

William Dibden was born in Bramshaw, Hampshire, United Kingdom on 29th October 1893.He was the son of William and Eliza Dibden.

William Dibden did not survive the Titanic disaster. All of his traveling companions were also lost. His body is not known to have been found or recovered.

At St Peter's Church, Bramshaw, Hampshire there is a memorial plaque fixed to the wall, its surround with the words ”There shall be no more sea, Rev. xxi .1”, with the plaque itself listing the names and ages of the group of people in which William Dibden sailed aboard Titanic with. It ends with ”All Of this parish, who were lost in the wreck Of The S.S. ”Titanic”, on April 15th 1912, through collision with an Iceberg, In The Atlantic. Erected by parishioners and friends.”

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