Gina Bombolino, 25. In dense fog, she kept blowing her foghorn every minute. DS, 39. There are newspaper reports with quotes from him in them. Has anyone actually attempted to salvage this wreck? Where can such a list be found ? "La Bourgogne"- by Pascal Kainic - A Titanic before the Titanic ? I don't know much about it except what I red on this site. Linda, 2. Launched on 8 October 1885, she sailed on her maiden voyage from Le Havre to New York on 19 June 1886. My great grandfather died on this ship-Peter Barrett of Philadelphia. Looking for descendants of passengers/crew? // ]]> Craig Rosenthal. ... 1933 USA SS San Blas Paqueboat United Fruit UFC Cover To Boston MA. Media in category "La Bourgogne (ship, 1886)" The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. Based on the date it sunk and the port of departure I quickly found that only one ship met the criteria, the La Bourgogne. It was soon determined that the other vessel was the French liner La Bourgogne. Nobody has ever attempted to locate La Bourgogne... Are you interested ??? They were in route to Paris where he commissioned to do a portrait. My great uncle Peter Barrett originally from Tyrone N.Ireland, died in this wreck. Free shipping . The Passenger List The following is the passenger list (flrst and second cabin) of La Bourgogns. They said his wife use to talk about the sinking of the ship and how Charles was in the water trying to get in a lifeboat and they were hitting his hands with an oar. [1172×1468] In 1897-8 she was fitted with quadruple expansion engines and her masts reduced to two. var po = document.createElement('script'); po.type = 'text/javascript'; po.async = true; On 4 July 1898 she was sunk in collision in dense fog with the British sailing ship Cromartyshire off Sable Island. You can read Mrs. La Casse's account of the sinking of the LaBourgogne in a book titled "Sinking of the Titanic,`Eyewitness Accounts"..pages 171-176, I'd like to correct a statement on my June 10th statement #23. TP, 41. Only 173 people survived, but fewer than 70 survivors were passengers, only one woman was rescued, and all children perished. My Great Great Grandfather Oscar Dandoy emigrated to America on La Bourgogne, arriving in New York on August 28, 1893. Michael, 29. Undeated! My great-grandmother, Melvina Salza and her young daughter died on LaBourgogne shipwreck. ( With help from relatives,she opened a shoe store which had a live goat in the window to attract children) Peter Barrett is mentioned in an old article as one of the few bodies(maybe 8 out of 500+) identified from the. google_ad_height = 240; Common sense dictated that ships under conditions of reduced visibility should proceed with infinite care and at greatly decreased speeds. My Great Uncle - the artist De Scott Evans - and his three daughters were drowned in the shipwreck. Jody Czapla, 44. It was a large ship: 490 feet in length, 7,395 tons and was capable of carrying 1,000 passengers. The Turkish wrestler, so called "Koca Yusuf" was drawned in this French liner. po.src = ''; Switzerland lies to the east. Charles never returned to Syria for a bride. Listing Includes Date Voyage Began, Steamship Line, Vessel, Passenger Class and Route. Shipwrecks and Lost Treasures of the Seven Seas. Her name was Grace Marshall and they were going to Europe to meet family and inlaws. The schooner was 248 feet long and was cruising about sixty miles south of Sable Island, off Nova Scotia, on the 4th of July, on a port tack, heading west northwest under reduced sail. I have been studying this wreck for years. was on board the SS La Bourgoyne (La Bourgogne) and went down with the ship when it sank on 4 July 1898. 1861 France to Boston MA stampless Les etats-Unis handstamp [5246.185] $99.99. They were going back to visit relatives in northern Italy. I am writing a story about La Bourgogne and including him. Prof. Walter had published a book on Rousseau. She was a 7,395 gross ton vessel, 494.4 feet (150.7 m) long and with a beam of 52.2 feet (15.9 m). please email me the link Patricia Pinner, 36. CGT also announced that noted French designer Jules Allard would decorate the four ships. Disaster struck on July 4, 1898 when La Bourgogne collided with the British sailing ship Cromartyshire and sunk within minutes off the coast of Nova Scotia. The loss of the French liner La Bourgogne in 1898 was one of the most disgraceful of such disasters, the final death-toll being in no small measure due to the behaviour of a crew whose motto appears to have been “Women and Children Last”. Captain Deloncle and his officers were powerless to control the disorderly elements. My mother is Suzanne Aldige'. In 1890 and 1891, there were a total of about 2,000 ship voyages per year which arrived at the port of New York, recorded in the National Archives microfilms. Bourgogne–Franche-Comte, region of France created in 2016 by the union of the former regions of Bourgogne and Franche-Comte. Although herself a Protestant her praise of Father Kesseler, as well as many other details are worth reading. Seeking passenger list of SS La Bourgogne arriving in New York Joseph Faltin Oct 4, 2020 7:01 PM I am looking for a passenger list for the April 1, 1895 arrival of the SS La Bourgogne in New York. First name ?? The Right Rev. 210 US 95 George Deslions vs. La Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, Articles incorporating text from Wikipedia, Ships of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, Société Nouvelle des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (French Line),,, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls. Google+, © 2007-2020 oceantreasures.orgAll Rights Reserved. Jacques MALET, 38. I have been studying this wreck for years. Details relating to the disaster and the ship involved were later reconstructed. var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(po, s); Sailing ship CROMARTYSHIRE in Halifax Graving Dock, 1898 / damage from collision with ocean liner SS La Bourgogne in fog south of Sable Island. Glenn Dandoy, 30. I started searching the newspapers from the East coast and unbelievably an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer dated July 7, 1898, page 6, shows that the journalist talked to a Charles Elkoory about the "Assyrians" on board. Karen Lagomarsino, 8. I belong and old painting (1901 ? La Bourgogne, carrying 726 people, sank in less than an hour. At this point, several rockets were observed from another vessel in the fog, after which all was quiet. // , //