Hi David,Helloe roescos, you mention white star cunard, how for back are you going? And what is the interest in the masters names?
The older britannic in 1938/9 my grandfather C P Freeman was on her last voyage, paper clip in the liverpool echo. His career spanned with white star / and their aussie fleet - shaw saville and albion, british registered from the days of the titannic,
May itmaybe of interest, not much just voyage cards. 1933|4 the summer medi voyage with lord and lady baden powell..
Regards david freeman.
do you have a closed communication line so i can forward you a few copies of family information for your info. The old ship nostalgia had a email communication personal message line? Now i am lost? Regards david.Hi David,
My interest in the masters names is to find the name of the narrator of 'Voices of the Mersey'. This is a recording of Ship's Whistles associated with The Port of Liverpool together with their individual photos. They were seemingly recorded by a Mr. Harry Brookes in the 1960s and narrated by someone who clearly states that he was one of the last first officers in Mauretania (1) and master of Britannic and Mauretania (2). I was given a taped copy of these recordings in the 1980s. I have tried to find out the name of this Cunard Captain's name to no avail. Any help in this regard would be much appreciated.
In the meantime I wish you and all those associated with ship's nostalgia a safe and healthy New Year.
Personal messages are now called conversations. Access the function by clicking on the name of the person and scrolling down to "Start Conversation".do you have a closed communication line so i can forward you a few copies of family information for your info. The old ship nostalgia had a email communication personal message line? Now i am lost? Regards david.
roscoe i am all tied up can you advise me how to contact you on a private communication, should you wish to learn MORE of master cpfreeman rms britannic white star. Please keep the message simple i find this site communications now a nightmare, and not simple regards david