The following sources have been used to create the TitanicMap:
Alan Scarth, Titanic and Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, 2009
Alasdair Crosby, Titanic, the Channel Island Connections, Channel Island Publishing, St. John, 2011
Brian Ticehurst, Titanic Memorials, world-wide, where they are located, B&J Printers, Southampton, 2011
Cris Kohl, Titanic, The Great Lakes Connections, Seawolf Communications, West Chicago, 2000
Daniel Klistorner, Steve Hall, Titanic in Photographs, The History Press, Stroud, 2011
Dirk Muschoot, 100 Jaar Titanic, het verhaal von de Belgen en de Nederlanders, Lannoo, Tielt, 2011
Franҫois Codet, Olivier Mendez, Alan Dufief, Franck Gavard-Perret, Les Franҫais du Titanic, Infomer, Rennes, 2010
Hermann Söldner, RMS Titanic, Passenger and Crew List, ä wie Ärger Verlag, Rüti, 2000
Javier Reyero, Cristina Mosquera, Nacho Montero, Los Diez del Titanic, Editaro por LID Editorial Empresarial, Madrid, 2012
John Balls, Titanic – The Norfolk Survivors, Nostalgia Publications, Toftwood, 1999
Maureen Zottoli, The R.M.S. Titanic and Washington, D. C.: One Hundred Years: 1912 to 2012 – People, Government Process and Precedent, Investigations, and Locations, AuthorHouse, Bloomington, 2016
Michael Martin, Titanic Trail Cobh (Queenstown), Titanic Trail, Cobh, 2003
Ned W. Schillow, The Titanic and Pennsylvania, Vol. 1 & Vol. 2, Create Space, North Charleston, 2015
Per Kristian Sebak, Titanic, 31 Norwegian Destinies, Genesis Forlag, Oslo, 1998
Samuel Halpern, Report into the Loss of the SS Titanic, A Centennial Reappraisal, The History Press, Stroud, 2011
Simon Mills, The Titanic in Pictures, Wordsmith Publications, Chesham, 1995
Slobodan Novković, Titanic, Hrvatiu katastrofi stoljeća, Naklada Jesneski I Turk, Zagreb, 2005
Janet A. White, Mary Ann Whitley, Ohio Tales of the Titanic, no publisher, 2013
Senan Molony, The Irish aboard Titanic, Mercier Press, Cork, 2012
Titanic International, Voyage, several issues
…as well as some websites of cemeteries in the USA.
Thank you very much to the following people who generously offered their help and support:
A very special thank-you to Trevor Baxter who has also researched the location of Titanic-related graves for years and agreed to share his knowledge with us and the users of this webpage.
María Neira Domínguez
Randy Bryan Bigham
…and a warm thank-you to all of you who added content to websites such as “Encyclopedia Titanica” and “Find-a-grave”!
And of course THANKS to Google. Without their fantastic web tools TitanicMap simply wouldn’t exist!