Photo of the Harland & Wolff Apprentices c. 1890 is frequently misidentified.
Thomas Andrews Jr. is standing 2nd from the right in the group photo as published in “Shipbuilders to the World” and elsewhere.
Fate of Barbour Home:
Conway House was sold for use as a hotel in 1953. The original house (as part of the Conway Hotel) was destroyed in a bombing accident in April 1976. The hotel continued to operate until 2000, after which it was demolished & sold as real estate. The site has been renamed “Redwoods.”
Birth announcement for Thomas Andrews Jr.
Hung over the fireplace in the Smoking Room on the RMS Olympic.
Hung over the fireplace in the Smoking Room on the RMS Titanic.
Often in film, the wrong painting has been depicted aboard Titanic.
Next door neighbors (closer to Lisburn Road) to the Andrews on Windsor Avenue. #8 Windsor Avenue. There was an empty lot between Mr. & Mrs. Andrews home & the Lawlor’s at the time.
Left to right front row: Beatrice Kathleen, Kitty Lawlor, Lisa Lawlor, Henry Cairnes Lawlor, Back row, Jack Lawlor, Alexander Lawlor and Margot Lawlor.
Henry Cairnes Lawlor 1870–1943 Birth 16 APR 1870 • Antrim, Ireland Death 4 SEP 1943
1911 Ireland Census:
Residents of a house 8 in Windsor Avenue (Windsor Ward, Antrim)
Lawlor Henry C 40 Male Head of Family Church of Ireland Belfast Yarn Merchant (Linen) Both – Married – 17 5 5
Lawlor Beatrice K 45 Female Wife Church of Ireland Co Antrim – Both – Married – 17 5 5
Lawlor Beatrice K 11 Female Daughter Church of Ireland Belfast City – Both – Single – – – –
Lawlor Alexander M D 8 Male Son Church of Ireland Belfast City – Both – Single – – – –
Lawlor Margaret L 2 Female Daughter Church of Ireland Belfast City – Cannot read – Single
Thomson Hamilton. Secretary to Thomas Andrews Jr. Jane Stokes collection. (granddaughter).
Photo right shows many Andrews’ family members. 1897/1898 season.
Back Row (left to right) Niblock, JM Andrews, HP Andrews, J Andrews, S Niblock.
Middle Row (left to right) S Gracey, O Andrews, G. Dickson.
Front Row (left to right) Hunter, S Andrews, H Harland, L Andrews.
Photo credit: “The First One Hundred Years” by Jim Patterson.