Alfred Fleming Cunningham (not pictured) was an apprentice fitter for Harland & Wolff. He was initially reported to have survived the Titanic disaster by local newspapers due to the fact that there was another A. Cunningham, (a steward), on board the ship. Several days after receiving the good news, his family was told the horrible truth.
Tragic tale of Provo woman links Utah, Titanic fate
Family photo of Irene Corbett and her 1-year-old son, Mack. Irene Corbett, who was returning from midwife-nursing training in England, was the only Utahn who died on the Titanic. Photo courtesy of Don Corbett