Wallace Henry Hartley

Died aged c. 34

Wallace Henry Hartley (2 June 1878 – 15 April 1912) was an English violinist and bandleader on the RMS Titanic on its maiden voyage. He became famous for leading the eight-member band as the ship sank on 15 April 1912. He died in the sinking.

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Wallace Henry Hartley

Wallace Henry Hartley born 1878-died 1912 bandmaster of ill-fated Titanic lived here from 1890-1895

90 Albert Road, Colne, United Kingdom where they lived (1890-1895)

This tablet is dedicated to the memory of W. Hartley of Dewsbury bandmaster, W. T. Brailey of London R. Bricoux of Lille, France J. F. Clarke of Liverpool J. L Hume of Dumfries G. Krins of Leige, Belgium P. C. Taylor of London J. W. Woodward of Headington members of the band on board the "Titanic", they bravely continued playing to soothe the anguish of their fellow passengers until the ship sank in the deep April 14th 1912. Courage and compassion joined make the man complete.

Entrance foyer, Royal Liverpool Philarmonic, Hope Street, L1 9BP, Liverpool, United Kingdom where they was

Wallace Henry Hartley [full inscription unknown]

48 West Park St, WF13 4LD, Dewsbury, United Kingdom where they lived -1912)