|Description: ||Malkolm Johnson travelled third class and he struggled to reach deck after the collision. He managed to put on a life- jacket before he ended up in the ice-cold water. He didnít survive long in the water, and his body was recovered five days later and was assigned body number 37 by the rescue vessel Mackay-Bennet. Malkolm Johnson was buried on May 10th 1912 in the section allotted to the Titanic victims on Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax, Canada. Malkolm Johnsonís personal belongings where sent back to his relatives in Sweden. |
Auction item responsibility of Erik Ingare.