Hi Keren, I had not heard the story about the titanic, but it is something worth checking. One of the Cardiff 'Mazzeis' (Lewis Mazzei 1854-1893) was a fireman at sea, but he died in Cardiff from over-drinking. I have not been in contact with your cousin as yet, but I did contact a Gwen Mazzie from Bristol. I have searched the 'Commonwealth War Graves Commission' website which lists all of the soldiers killed in the two world wars, and I think that I have located your two great-uncles. Strangely they are not listed under Mazzie, but are listed under 'Massey.' The first is noted as: F T Massey, Private 9534,1st Bn., Somerset Light Infantry. Died: Tuesday 6th July 1915. (I have found that he was born in 1896, so he was about 19). Buried: Talana Farm Cemetery, Ieper, Belgium. Grave: I.B.4. The second is noted as: William John Massey, Fireman and Trimmer - S.S."Luis"(West Hartlepool), Mercantile Marine. Died: Saturday 13th April 1918, aged 23. Son of George Edward and Mary Jane Massey of 32 Eugene Street., St. James Bristol. Born at Swindon. Commemorated on Tower Hill Memorial, London. This seems to be right as their father (George Edward Mazzie) married a Mary Jane Irvin in 1889, and William John was born in Highworth, nr. Swindon. please let me know if you or your cousin would like any information that I have found sent to, Bye for now, Darin.