PREMONITION

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Western Daily Press
TITANIC SURVIVOR'S STRANGE PREMONITION OF DEATH
8th December 1930
ASKED FOR GRAVE TO BE GOT READY. Titanic Survivor's Strange Premonition of Death. Mr Charles Mills [sic] (70), Southampton, who collapsed and died the street Southampton, had a strang...
Washington Herald
PREMONITION CAME TO NOTED NOVELIST
18th April 1912
Atlanta, April 17---"Turn down a glass for me," was the last written message Jacques Futrelle sent from Europe to a friend in Atlanta. Hugh Cordosk received the following note a few days before Futrelle sailed: "Been all...
Evening Bulletin
HAD PREMONITION OF HARM
16th April 1912
Annie Ward, Cardeza Maid, Saved from Titanic, Didn't Want to Go Aboard --- Miss Annie Ward, maid to Mrs. J. W. M. Cardeza, of Germantown, who was saved from the wreck of the Titanic, had a premonition that something was going to happen ...
Unidentified Newspaper
MAJOR BUTT MADE HIS WILL IN FEAR OF DEATH
19th April 1912
Mysteriously Warned That He Might Die on His Trip To and From Europe A mysterious warning that he would meet death on his trip abroad came to Major Archibald Butt before he left Washington. Six weeks ago, when the major determined on a European trip ...
STEWARD'S PREMONITION : THOMAS WHITELEY
Daily Sketch
STEWARD'S PREMONITION : THOMAS WHITELEY
April 1912
Mr. Thomas Whiteley, a steward on the Titanic, who was saved.  He states that the two men in the crow's nest, who were rescued, were very indignant, and said that their warnings concerning the presence of an iceberg ...
New York Tribune
VANDERBILTS' CLOSE CALL
30th April 1912
Cancelled Passage on Titanic at Insistence of Mrs. Dresser...
Toronto Daily Star
JUST BEFORE SMASH HAYS SAID DISASTER
19th April 1912
Canadian Press Despatch New York, April 19.---Col Gracie, U. S. A. who was the sole survivor of those who went down with the Titanic, and was rescued, gave this remarkable statement last night:...
New York Times
INSURED FOR $110,000
22nd April 1912
Clifford, Who Was Lost, Took Out $50,000 Policy Before Sailing --- Special to The New York Times --- BOSTON, April 21---Either because he had a premonition of death or that he counted the trip a great risk, George Quincy C...
Washington Herald
MAJ. BUTT TOLD FRIENDS HE HAD FEAR OF MISHAP
17th April 1912
Remarks of the President's Aid Before Going Abroad Are Recalled --- President Taft yesterday made earnest efforts to obtain news of Maj. Archibald Butt, his military aid. He communicated two or three times with the White Star offices i...
Chicago Tribune
THIRD SUICIDE IN FAMILY MYSTERY
20th February 1925
Northwestern ‘U’ Student Kills Himself Two years ago Dr. John R. Minahan, wealthy and prominent surgeon of Green Bay, Wis., was summoned to Chicago. His oldest son, John Jr., had ended his life in a...
L'Eclaireur de Nice et du Sud-Ouest
MRS. SCHABERT, MR. MOCK, MR. AND MRS. L.P. SMITH, MR. STEWART
18th April 1912
FROM NICE On board the Titanic were Mrs. Paul Schabert (American) and Mr. Phil E. Mock, who bought their tickets from the White Star Line agency in Nice and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Smith who booked their passage from Monte-Carlo. Mr....
Evening Bulletin
HAD PREMONITION OF DISASTER
17th April 1912
Nurse in Home of Mrs. J. B. Earnshaw Distrusted Early Despatches of Safety of Passengers --- A curious instance of the premonitions which are communicated to members of a family or even a household in time of disaster, was illustrated i...
Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York)
COLLETT FELT A PREMONITION OF HIS DANGER
22nd April 1912
Young Clergyman Sent Parents Letter Before Sailing on Titanic. INCLOSED [sic] ONE TO HIMSELF Directed Opening of Envelope if Anything Happened to Him HE...
The Violinist
THE ORCHESTRA ON THE TITANIC
1912
A review of Hume by people who knew him...
Rahway Daily Record
ARTHUR KEEFE ONE OF THE PASSENGERS ABOARD THE TITANIC
17th April 1912
New York Papers This Morning Give His Name In List of Passengers Embarking at Southampton ---------- FEAR HE IS AMONG MISSING ---------- His Sister in East Rahway Feels That He Met His Fate When The Ill Starred Vessel Sank...
Eastbourne Gazette
MR. J. WESLEY WOODWARD
24th April 1912
One of the best known among the hero musicians of the Titanic was Mr. J. Wesley Woodward, son of Mrs. Woodward, of The Firs, Windmill Road, Headington, Oxford, who was one of the violoncelle players of the Duke of Devonshire's Eastbourne Orchestra. M...
New-York Tribune
MORGAN SPENDS AN AFTERNOON IN MUD
8th January 1913
It Takes the Adriatic Four Hours to Pull Free in Upper Bay After Having Grounded in Dense Fog --- WARNING FROM BANKER --- He Called Attention to Danger Before Starting---The Hamilton, Which Brought ...
Titanica!
SHIPWRECKED AGAIN
19th September 2017
Passengers Ramon Artagaveytia In 1871 Ramon survived the fire and sinking of the America, close to the shore of Punta Espi...
Daily Sketch
DEATH OF LUCILE
22nd April 1935
Page 1 Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon, famous as "Lucile," the fashion expert whose articles in the Daily Sketch were for years a notable and most popular feature has died in Putney. Her husband Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon, Bt., died in April four y...
Bureau County Republican
EDWARD DORKING, SHIP WRECK SURVIVOR, APPEARS AT STAR THEATRE
2nd May 1912
PICKED UP BY THE CARPATHIA Young Englishman Relates Experiences in Greatest Maritime disaster in World's History. Seven hundred persons, who packed the Star theatre to its capacity at three performances Tuesday night, ...
THE RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX
Titanica!
THE RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX
1st June 2008
Senan Molony
WHAT goes on four legs, then two legs, then three? The Riddle of the Sphinx, from Greek mythology, denotes the eternal voyage of man… from crawling on all fours, to walking proudly erect, to finally ending up hunched over a...
LAST LAP OF THE LARGEST
Titanica!
LAST LAP OF THE LARGEST
12th February 2010
Senan Molony
APRIL tenth, 1912 – A day tinged with sadness for the RMS Olympic. She put in to New York for the last time as the Ship of Superlatives, or so she thought. The next White Star Line leviathan to dock here wou...