Person    | Male  Born 31/7/1879  Died 15/4/1912

William Dickson Mackie

Categories: Engineering, Tragedy

Countries: Scotland

Junior 5th Engineer on the RMS Titanic. A full résumé of his life can be found on the Encyclopedia Titanica website.

He is also commemorated on the Engineers Memorial, Andrews East Park, Above Bar Street, Southampton, SO14 7DW, on the Titanic Memorial Plinth in the Titanic Memorial Gardens, Donegal Square East, Belfast, BT1 5QS, that shows 1,512 names of those who died in the disaster and on the grave of his wife, Annie Thompson Mackie née Anderson (1880-1911), at Section C174, Plot 72 in the Southampton Old Cemetery, Cemetery Road, Southampton, SO15 7NN.

Credit for this entry to: Andrew Behan.

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William Dickson Mackie

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