The memorial is in the form of a 14-sided blue stone tablet in memory of those men and women who died in the sinking of the Titanic and who had a connection with Guernsey. The number of sides of the tablet corresponds to the number of victims. Lillian Renouf was sole female victim amongst the group. Clifford Thomas Jefferys and Ernest Wilfred Jefferys were brothers. They were a mix of adult second (mainly) and third class passenger, and crew. The memorial was unveiled on the centenary of the... Read more
In the weeks and months after the Titanic disaster the friends, families and communities of those who died raised funds for memorials in memory of their loved ones. These memorials include plaques, portraits, statues and tablets in memory of the officers, crew and passengers aboard the Titanic. As interest in the Titanic story continues, so the number of memorials around the world has grown. Many new memorials were unveiled to remember the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster 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 story.