Mourners at the mass grave of the dead from the loss of the Schiller (1873)
Mourners in the graveyard at St. Mary's with a coffin. The significant loss of passengers and crew, three hundred and thirty-five in total, from the German passenger liner 'Schiller' (1873), resulted in mass graves being dug on the island to accommodate the number of unclaimed dead.
Object number: P50948
Artist: Gibson's of Scilly Shipwreck Collection
Dimensions: 292 mm x 406 mm
- Image reference: P50948
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Gibson's of Scilly Shipwreck Collection
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