Titanic : On this Day...

Year Month Day

The following 3 people were born

GOLD, Mrs Jane Kate Coulson — 19th April 1866
CAIRNS, Mr Alexander Milne — 19th April 1883
COLLANDER, Mr Erik Gustaf — 19th April 1884

The following 2 people died

STENGEL, Mr Charles Emil Henry — 19th April 1914
DE MULDER, Mr Theodoor — 19th April 1954

The following 203 items were published

Town and Country (1902) MASTERS OF THE SEA — 19th April 1902  
(1912) CHICAGOANS SEEK SURVIVORS — 19th April 1912  
Asbury Park Evening Press (1912) LAKEWOOD WOMEN ARE AMONG SAVED — 19th April 1912  
Atlantic City Daily Press (1912) ATLANTIC SURVIVOR TELLS OF DISASTER — 19th April 1912  
Barking Chronicle (1912) THE TITANIC DISASTER. EAST HAM RESIDENTS MISSING — 19th April 1912  
Barking Chronicle (1912) THE TITANIC DISASTER. EAST HAM RESIDENTS MISSING — 19th April 1912  
Belfast Newsletter (1912) THE LADY PALMIST AND TITANIC PASSENGER — 19th April 1912  
Brighton Argus (1912) MR. A. H. BARKWORTH — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) ASTOR GAVE UP LIFEBOAT SEAT — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) BABY OF TEN MONTHS AMONG THE RESCUED — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) FIVE CELESTIALS AMONG RESCUED – HOW THEY GOT THERE A MYSTERY — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) FOUR SHOT DEAD IN BOAT STRUGGLE — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) HARDER BLAMES VESSEL'S SPEED — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) ICEBERG THAT SANK TITANIC — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) ISMAY IN COMMAND SAYS MRS. APPLETON — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) KARL BEHR LAUDS WORK OF ISMAY — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) MANY DEAD ON A RAFT — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) MANY SERMONS ON TITANIC — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) NO TRACE OF MISS PANHARDT — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) NOT AWARE BROTHER IS DEAD — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) PARTED BY THE TITANIC — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) TELLS OF ISMAY'S ESCAPE — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) THE CARPATHIA: A POEM — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) THE FACTS THAT STICK OUT IN THE GREATEST OF MARINE DISASTERS — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) VERSIONS VARY OF CAPTAIN’S DEATH — 19th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) STILL REFUSE TO BELIEVE WYCKOFF VON DERHOEF HAS PERISHED — 19th April 1912  
Bucks Free Press (1912) A CURIOUS COINCIDENCE IN WYCOMBE — 19th April 1912  
Bucks Free Press (1912) DAVIES : AN ECHO OF THE TITANIC DISASTER — 19th April 1912  
Cambridge Chronicle (1912) CAMBRIDGE MAN ABOARD — 19th April 1912  
Cambridge Independent Press (1912) ARTHUR WILLIAM BARRINGER — 19th April 1912  
Cambridge Independent Press (1912) DAVID BARTON — 19th April 1912  
Cambridge Independent Press (1912) HUNTS. VICAR'S LOSS — 19th April 1912  
Cambridge Independent Press (1912) MR. R. C. COLERIDGE MISSING — 19th April 1912  
Camden Post-Telegram (1912) SURVIVOR HERE IN ROLLER CHAIR — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) "I'M STARVED!" WAS ISMAY'S FIRST WORD — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) HARRY STROUD — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) ISMAY GOT INTO BOAT — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) LEAPS FROM THE SHIP — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) LOSSES ENTIRE FORTUNE — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) ONLY ONE OF IRISH PARTY BOUND FOR CHICAGO LIVES — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) SIPPED HIGHBALL AT CRASH — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) THE HERO’S CHOICE—THE PLUNGE OF THE TITANIC WITH THOSE WHO STAYED BEHIND — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) THOMAS WHITELEY : WIRELESS OPERATOR DIES — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) BOY FAILS TO TAKE SHIP — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) BURY FOUR OF THE DEAD AT SEA — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) SEEKS NEWS OF BROTHER-IN-LAW — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) JOHN HUGO ROSS AMONG THOSE NOT RESCUED — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) MISTAKEN FOR WOMAN; FORCED INTO LIFEBOAT — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) NIGHT CLEAR, SAYS MARINER — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) SEEK WORD OF STEWARD — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) WIDOW AND DAUGHTERS OF HAYS SPEED HOME — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Inter Ocean (1912) CHICAGOAN CREATES SCENE IN OFFICES OF THE WHITE STAR LINE — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Inter Ocean (1912) CONDITION OF TITANIC KNOWN AT OFFICE MONDAY — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Inter Ocean (1912) MARINE INSURANCE LOSS $9,980,000 IN THREE MONTHS — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Inter Ocean (1912) PUGILIST DIES ON TITANIC [DAVID BOWEN] — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) LUCK SAVES MORGAN — 19th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) WAUKEGAN FARMER NOT SAVED — 19th April 1912  
Christian Science Monitor (1912) WOMAN SURVIVOR OF TITANIC TELLS OF THE LAST HOURS OF SHIP — 19th April 1912  
Chronicle (1912) BOUND BROOK INTEREST IN THE WRECK — 19th April 1912  
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) MORGAN'S BARBER LOST — 19th April 1912  
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) TELLS OF WOMEN PULLING AT OARS — 19th April 1912  
Corriere della Sera (1912) ITALIANS SHIPWRECKED — 19th April 1912  
Coventry Standard (1912) MR AND MRS W. E. CARTER — 19th April 1912  
Daily Home News (1912) HOME NEWS GAVE CITY FIRST NEWS OF CARPATHIA'S LANDING — 19th April 1912  
Daily Home News (1912) MR. SILVEY LOST WHEN WIFE WAS SAVED — 19th April 1912  
Daily Home News (1912) ROEBLING WENT DOWN IN TITANIC — 19th April 1912  
Daily Mirror (1912) CHARLES VALENTINE CLARKE AND HIS WIFE, ADA MARIA CLARKE — 19th April 1912  
Denver Post (1912) LADY DUFF-GORDON TELLS OF SINKING OF GREAT LINER — 19th April 1912  
Denver Post (1912) PANIC TERRIBLE JUST BEFORE VESSEL SANK — 19th April 1912  
Denver Post (1912) UNKNOWN TITLE — 19th April 1912  
Denver Times (1912) MRS. STOIBER-ROOD DENIES REPORT HUSBAND IS ALIVE — 19th April 1912  
Dowagiac Daily News (1912) CARPATHIA LANDS IN NEW YORK CITY AND THE BISHOPS WIRE THEY'RE SAFE — 19th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) BELIEVES BROTHER LOST — 19th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) LEARNS SISTER WAS LOST ON FATED TITANIC — 19th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) SAD NEWS CAUSES COLLAPSE — 19th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) THRILLING STORIES BY TITANIC'S SAVED; TEN ON WAY TO ELIZABETH LOSE LIVES — 19th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) THRILLING STORIES BY TITANIC'S SAVED; TEN ON WAY TO ELIZABETH LOSE LIVES — 19th April 1912  
Elmer Times (1912) MARINE DISASTER — 19th April 1912  
Evening Bulletin (1912) WILLIAM CROTHERS DULLES NOW IS GIVEN UP AS LOST — 19th April 1912  
Evening Times (1912) PAWTUCKET VISITOR AMONG THE VICTIMS — 19th April 1912  
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette (1912) GUNNAR TENGLIN'S ACCOUNT — 19th April 1912  
Fort Wayne News (1912) MRS NASRALLAH WRITES TO MRS ASTOR — 19th April 1912  
Free Press (1912) WEST BROMWICH MEN MISSING — 19th April 1912  
Hampshire Post (1912) MRS COGHLAN — 19th April 1912  
Hudson Dispatch (1912) TITANIC SURVIVORS TELL DRAMATIC STORY OF SEA'S GREATEST DISASTER IN HISTORY — 19th April 1912  
Hudson Observer (1912) GUTTENBERG WOMAN AMONG THOSE SAVED — 19th April 1912  
Ilford Graphic (1912) ILFORD PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC — 19th April 1912  
Jersey Journal (1912) BROTHER CLAIMS DISTRACTED SON OF WRECK VICTIM — 19th April 1912  
Jersey Journal (1912) JERSEY CITY MAN AND BROTHER PERISH — 19th April 1912  
Jersey Journal (1912) MOTHER AND CHILD SAVED AT VERY LAST — 19th April 1912  
Jersey Journal (1912) THOS. MCCORMACK OF BAYONNE AT ELLIS ISLAND — 19th April 1912  
Leeds Mercury (1912) SORROW IN JEWISH HOME — 19th April 1912  
Milwaukee Journal (1912) BABY ONLY ONE LEFT OF ALLISON FAMILY — 19th April 1912  
New York Evening Post (1912) MADELEINE NEWELL'S ACCOUNT — 19th April 1912  
New York Herald (1912) CRIPPLES TO GREET TITANIC SURVIVOR — 19th April 1912  
New York Herald (1912) SILENCE ENJOINED ON MANY SURVIVORS — 19th April 1912  
New York Herald (1912) WOMAN SURVIVOR HEARD SHOOTING — 19th April 1912  
New York Post (1912) 198 FROM THE CREW SAFE — 19th April 1912  
New York Post (1912) BOAT SPACE LOST — 19th April 1912  
New York Post (1912) LOYAL, SAYS TAFT OF BUTT — 19th April 1912  
New York Post (1912) TITANIC : STORIES OF THE RESCUED — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) BOY WIRELESS SAVED THEM — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) CHANGE FATAL TO GUGGENHEIM — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) CREW BEHAVED ADMIRABLY — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) HOW J. B. THAYER DIED — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) HOW THE HARRISES PARTED — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) LINER DID NOT SPEED, ISMAY DECLARES — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) ROCHESTER GIRL IS SAVED — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) SAYS ISMAY TOOK FIRST BOAT — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) STATEMENT BY HAROLD BRIDE — 19th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) THOSE WHO SAW THE RESCUE — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) BURLINGTON COUNTY MAN WAS BLOWN INTO WATER — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) ELIZABETH MAN'S WIFE AND CHILDREN PERISH — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) HENRY BLANK DECLARES CURIOSITY SAVED HIM — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) HOPE LODGE TO MOURN DEATH OF ITS MASTER — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) JERSEY DEATH ROLL DETAILS — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) LOST FATHER IN SHIP; HAS MENTAL COLLAPSE — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) MRS. COMPTON TELLS OF TITANIC DISASTER — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) STENGEL TELLS TRAGEDY STORY — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) TELLS OF SEEING MEN SHOT DOWN ON TITANIC — 19th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) THREE STILL SUFFER FROM PERILS AND COLD — 19th April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) C. E. H. STENGEL TELLS IN DETAIL OF BATTLE FOR LIVES — 19th April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) DRUNKEN INDIAN IN PASSENGER'S HOME — 19th April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) FATHER TITANIC VICTIM; SON LOSES HIS MIND — 19th April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) WHY WAS THE NEWS SUPPRESSED — 19th April 1912  
North American (1912) SEVEN WILKES-BARRE PERSONS ARE MISSING — 19th April 1912  
North American (1912) WOMAN MISSIONARY MAY BE AMONG LOST — 19th April 1912  
Philadelphia Bulletin (1912) MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN, WIFE, SON AND DAUGHTER — 19th April 1912  
Philadelphia Inquirer (1912) PARISIAN'S WIRELESS EXPERT OFF DUTY WHEN TITANIC STRUCK BERG — 19th April 1912  
Rahway Daily Record (1912) STORY OF DISASTER TO MAMMOTH LINER FROM A SURVIVOR — 19th April 1912  
San Francisco Bulletin (1912) SAN FRANCISCO'S ASSESSOR TELLS STORY OF THE WRECK OF THE TITANIC — 19th April 1912  
Scarborough Mercury (1912) HULL MAGISTRATE REPORTED SAFE — 19th April 1912  
Scarborough Mercury (1912) MR. J. P. MOODY — 19th April 1912  
Semi Weekly Iowegian (1912) MYSTIC MAN LOSES WIFE AND CHILDREN - MRS. FRANK LEFEBRE COMING ON TITANIC FROM FRANCE REPORTED AMONG THOSE MISSING — 19th April 1912  
St. Annes on the Sea Express (1912) LOCAL PASSENGERS — 19th April 1912  
St. Ives Times & Express (1912) MR. WILLIAM CARBINES — 19th April 1912  
The Daily Banner (1912) MET BY STEPSON — 19th April 1912  
The Daily Banner (1912) RESCUED FROM THE SINKING TITANIC WAS CHARLES BURGESS — 19th April 1912  
The Evening Post (1912) THE SAD “MIGHT HAVE BEENS” — 19th April 1912  
The Greenwich News (1912) GREENWICH PEOPLE SAVED — 19th April 1912  
The Times (1912) MR. CHARLES M. HAYS MISSING — 19th April 1912  
The Toronto Daily Star (1912) LAST MAN TO LEAVE TITANIC WAS COLONEL GRACIE, U.S.A. — 19th April 1912  
The Toronto Daily Star (1912) MAJOR'S DAUGHTER REMINDS HIM THAT IT'S HIS BIRTHDAY — 19th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) A CITIZEN'S FUND IS OPENED IN TORONTO — 19th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) G.E. GRAHAM — 19th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) I CAN ROW, BUT LET A WOMAN GET INTO BOAT — 19th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) JUMPED INTO LIFEBOAT — 19th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) JUST BEFORE SMASH HAYS SAID DISASTER — 19th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) MR. BOREBANK — 19th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) T. EATON STORE CLOSES SATURDAY AFTERNOON — 19th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) TITANTIC (SIC) STOOD ON END FOR MINUTES BEFORE SHE SUNK (SIC) — 19th April 1912  
Trenton Evening Times (1912) ROEBLING SAID GOODBYE TO FRIENDS AND THEN PERISHED WITH BLACKWELL, HIS COMPANION — 19th April 1912  
Trenton Evening Times (1912) SKETCH OF BLACKWELL — 19th April 1912  
Unidentified Newspaper (1912) MAJOR BUTT MADE HIS WILL IN FEAR OF DEATH — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) CAPT. ROSTRON TELLS OF RESCUE — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) E. N. KIMBALL SAVED — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) ISMAY LEFT SHIP AT WOMEN'S PLEA — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) ISMAY OUTLINES VIEW OF WRECK — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) LIFEBOATS WOULD HAVE SAVED MORE — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) MRS. ASTOR NEAR COLLAPSE AT PIER — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) MRS. CANDEE LAUDS MAJ. BUTT'S HEROISM — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) NEWSPAPER MEN ALL MOURN MAJ. “ARCHIE” BUTT — 19th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) W. B. SILVEY KNOWN HERE — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) CAPT. SMITH ENDED LIFE WHEN TITANIC BEGAN TO FOUNDER — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) DEATH OF MAJOR BUTT MOURNED BY WASHINGTONIANS — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) DESCRIBES ASSAULT BY FRENZIED PASSENGERS — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) DUE TO CARELESSNESS, SURVIVOR DECLARES — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) FAMILIAR PHOTOGRAPHS OF MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) FOUR ARE SAVED IN PHILADELPHIA FAMILY — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) ISMAY CONDEMNED FOR TAKING BOAT — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) J. J. ASTOR ACTED BRAVELY, DECLARE MANY WHO SAW HIM — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) LIKE AWFUL DREAM, DECLARES WOMAN — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MAJ. BUTT TO BE HELD MAY 5TH — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MEN SNEAKED INTO BOATS, SAYS WOMAN — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. CANDEE TELLS OF TRAGIC SCENES AS STEAMER SANK — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) NO ALARM FELT WHEN STEAMER FIRST STRUCK — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) PHILADELPHIAN RESCUED BY PARTY IN LIFEBOAT — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) SOCIETY IS SHOCKED AT NEWS OF DEATH — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) TAFT FEELS LOSS OF AIDE AS IF HE HAD BEEN BROTHER — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) WASHINGTON MAN TELLS HARROWING DETAILS OF WRECK — 19th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) WIDENER WAS HEROIC TO END, SAYS FRIEND — 19th April 1912  
Waterford News (1912) ASPERSION CAST ON FRANK DWAN — 19th April 1912  
Western Daily Mercury (1912) NO NEWS OF MR F. ANDREW, OF REDRUTH — 19th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) FROM THE WESTCOUNTRY — 19th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) THE FEARS OF RELATIVES : INHABITANTS OF BODMIN — 19th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) THE FEARS OF RELATIVES : PARSONS — 19th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) THE FEARS OF RELATIVES : WHILEMS — 19th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) ASTOR PUT BOY BY WIFE'S SIDE — 19th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) BRAVE COUNTESS TAKES CHARGE OF LIFEBOAT — 19th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) GAZETTE STAFF MAN ON CARPATHIA'S PIER — 19th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) HOLDS BACK MEN AT PISTOL POINT — 19th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) MRS ASPLUND AND CHILDREN SAFE IN HOSPITAL AT N.Y. — 19th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) PORTER SANK WITH TITANIC HEROES — 19th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Post (1912) ASPLUND FAMILY TITANIC PASSENGERS IT IS FEARED — 19th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) TWO OF THE ASPLUND CHILDREN ARE LOST — 19th April 1912  
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express (1913) DEATH NOTICE: KIRBY & MCMULLEN — 19th April 1913  
The Times (1913) INVENTIONS SURGE AFTER TITANIC DISASTER — 19th April 1913  
New York Times (1925) TITANIC DISASTER SURVIVOR DROWNS IN A SHALLOW POND — 19th April 1925  
Coshocton Tribune (1962) SURVIVOR OF TITANIC'S SINKING 50 YEARS AGO TELLS STORY OF TRAGEDY — 19th April 1962  
(1996) LOUISE LAROCHE IN 1996 — 19th April 1996  
Titanic Research (2002) RMS TITANIC: A LEGAL UPDATE 2 — 19th April 2002  
Gare Maritime (2006) GEORGE WATREMEZ : MORRO CASTLE SURVIVOR — 19th April 2006