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 Titanic disaster in 2012 by Titanic author Alisdair Crosby, from Jersey.  It was funded by descendants of the Gavey family.

The memorial is located on the North Esplanade harbour wall in St Peter Port, near the Weighbridge and adjacent to the Travel Trident office.

The following names are listed on the tablet:

  • Charles Robert Bainbrigge
  • Albert Joseph Denbuoy
  • William Joseph Douton
  • Laurence Gavey
  • Henry Ingrouille
  • Clifford Thomas Jefferys
  • Ernest Wilfred Jefferys
  • Peter Daniel Mckane
  • Henry Michael Mitchell
  • Clifford Richard Parker
  • Lillian Renouf
  • Edward Henry Wheadon
  • Alfred Henry Whitford
  • Howard Hugh Williams

For some surnames the spelling varies depending on the source.  In this instance all names are presented as they appear on the Encyclopedia Titanica website

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