unlisted passengers and crew

  1. B

    Purser’s Assistant Denison? Question about Obscure Geoffrey Marcus reference

    Ok, I have a question about a supposed Titanic crewman that as far as I can tell, has only ever been referred to by one author. In Geoffrey Marcus’ 1969 account, “The Maiden Voyage,” (on pages 161 and 253 of the edition by Viking Press, the one that included a poster of the ship’s general deck...
  2. M

    Ardella Alice Christie

    I'm sorry, I didn't know how else to enter into the discussion. I'm in need of information about my paternal great great grandmother. Her name was Ardella Alice Christie b. November 1868 in Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada. - d. April 15, 1912 on Titanic. Though she is not listed on the manifest...
  3. J

    John George Johnson

    Hi all, I'm researching our family tree and my great grandfather, John George Johnson, was a Quartermaster for White Star Line. We know this to be true. He lived in Liverpool. I've recently linked to family, who live in the USA. We have no record of my great grandfather being in the UK from...
  4. Arun Vajpey

    Unrecorded Passengers?

    Assuming that in 1912 there was the possibility of odd slip-up with transatlantic passenger manifests, is it likely that there were passengers on board the Titanic who did not appear in any of the post-disaster passenger lists? I am not talking about stowaways but genuine fare paying passengers...
  5. A

    Children after the Titanic

    I'm looking at survivors, specifically a female about two years old. I can't find a record of her on any list or the names of her parents. Did any children have their names changed after the accident, either from the immigration process, or because no one knew who they were? Thank you for any...
  6. M

    TITANIC Survivor Mr Thomas Taverner

    Hi there all, it is me Mario J. Borg from Sydney Australia writing about the TITANIC Survivor Mr Thomas Taverner again and you you all can read this article: TITANIC Survivor Mr Thomas Taverner was invited to a special meeting in George Street at The Flying Angel Mission to Seaman in 1962...
  7. J

    Miss Ninette Panhart

    That remains clear, Ninette Panhart was a first class passenger, she wasn't Ninette Aubert As some of them were saying. Ninette Panhart was other woman.
  8. D

    Walter Belford

    I can't put my hands on my copy of ANTR, but if I remember correctly, Walter Lord interviewed someone whose named sounded like "Walter Belford", a crewman, yet I can't find his name anywhere. Was he an imposter or did Lord get the name wrong? Thanks. Dennis
  9. P

    Stowaways

    Hi everyone. I am not sure if this subject has been covered somewhere on the message board and my apologies if I missed it. Simple question is, were there any reports or rumors of any stowaways on the Titanic ? Thanks in advance, Patrick Ottawa, Ontario
  10. J

    Margaret Anne Brady

    Hi! I've once read a book which is called ''Voyage on the great Titanic-The diary of Margaret Anne Brady'' and I was fascinated of it. But I couldn't find any information about a passenger named like that. Does anybody know something about her or knows if she has even existed? Thank you...
  11. D

    Four Unlisted Passengers Taylor and Slaughters

    Greetings, I have a 1950 Atlanta newspaper article in which Hiawassee, Georgia's LQC "Curtis" Taylor claims that he was a 32-year-old Titanic passenger escorting three Texas teenagers named Slaughter back home to the USA after attending a music school in England. None of the web-sites and...
  12. S

    William Spanhake - Crewman not listed

    When I was a child, I had a neighbor who had been employed in the engine room on the Titanic when she sailed. He just happened to be on deck taking a break, when the ice berg was hit. Several years ago, my mother sent me a news article featuring him, and a man who was from the mail room. My...
  13. C

    Bertha Herring

    Hello, my name is Colleen, and I am trying to find out if someone was actually a passenger on the Titanic. Unfortunately, I don't have too much background. The person in question was a neighbor when I was a child. Her (married) name was Bertha Herring. I really didn't know her at all, but...
  14. M

    William Dwyer (Stowaway)

    This is my first posting to the board, so let me briefly describe why I'm here. After recently looking at my family tree, I discovered that my great great uncle William Dwyer was apparently a victim of the Titanic. He boarded the ship at Queenstown (now Cobh), Ireland along with a few of his...
  15. E

    Jay Yates

    In "A Night to Remember", Walter Lord talks about a passenger named Jay Yates, who was supposed to be a gambler ( pg 78 ). Does anyone know if this person is real, as I cannot find him on this site. Thanks for any info... Emily& G.W.
  16. G

    Harry Giles and Walter Belford

    In the acknowledgements for 'A Night to Remember' Walter Lord thanks a survivor by the name of Harry Giles -- who on earth is this? I thought that it was possibly an anglicisation of one of the survivors' names. Can anyone clarify this? Secondly, Walter Lord credits Walter Belford. I know...
  17. J

    Prominent Non-Passengers Morgan and Hershey

    Someone told me that ther were some of the Hershey family on Titanic but I can't find them on the list. Does anybody know if that is true.
  18. G

    Help with unlisted passengers and Crew

    WE FOUND YOUR VERY INFORMITIVE AND HELPFULL TOWARDS OUR ENDLESS STUGGLE IN TRYING TO SEEK INFORMATION ON A POSSIBLE RELATIVE WHO MAY HAVE SERVED AS A POSSIBLE TRADESMAN ON TITANIC'S MAIDEN VOYAGE. THIS POSSIBLE TRADESMAN MAY HAVE FORMED PART OF A UNLISTED HARLEM & WOLFE EMPLOYEE. THE POSSIBLE...
Top