The Addergoole 14 were a group of third-class passengers aboard the RMS Titanic on its fateful voyage in 1912. They were all emigrants from the small Irish village of Addergoole, County Mayo, who had booked their passage to America with the hope of starting new lives in the New World. All but one of them perished when the Titanic struck an iceberg and sunk into the icy depths of the Atlantic Ocean. The sole survivor was Annie McGowan, who managed to climb onto the wreckage of a lifeboat and was eventually rescued by a passing vessel. The memory of the Addergoole 14 lives on as an example of the human cost of the Titanic disaster.Disclaimer: This summary might be generated by an AI.