My favourite maritime graves

My favourite maritime graves

Neither Ship, Passengers, nor Crew have since been heard of." 

Alan Davidson died on the Training Ship Arethusa in 1927, aged just 14.

The S.S. Quetta sunk off the coast of Australia in February 1890. Of the 292 people on board 134 died.

George Honey was "lost at sea in a snowstorm" in 1891.

Over 4000 people died when the Lancastria was sunk in 1940 

Thomas Osborn was drowned when the "Jane Duchess of Gordon" sank near Mauritius. 

An elaborate pictorial stone for 369 soldiers drowned in 1814. 

She died in childbirth at sea after the death of her husband