Greetings, everyone. I'm sorry if this post should be under a more specific thread, but I didn't find any that seemed appropriate enough, and this is after all the section for general questions. And while I know the question I'm about to ask is complicated, I've seen answers to so many things given here that I was wondering whether this might be one more. The question came up when I read this passage of the testimony of Albert Pearcey, a Third Class Pantryman, who left the Titanic in Collapsible C. In it, he explains the reason behind his escape. 10390. When you got to the boat deck will you tell us what you saw? - I saw two babies on the deck; I picked them up in my arms and took them to the boat. 10391. Do you know what boat it was you took them to? - A collapsible boat. 10392. Was there any Officer there? - Yes. 10393. Who? - The Chief, Mr. Murdoch. 10394. Do you remember whether the collapsible was on the starboard or the port side? - On the starboard side. 10395. Did Mr. Murdoch give you any order? - Yes. 10396. What was it? - He told me to get inside with the babies and take charge of them. I know this may sound weird, but does anyone, by chance, know whether these two babies were ever reunited with their parents (or relatives), or who looked after them in case they weren't? Or is Albert Pearcey's story of being told to look after two babies one which he fabricated to explain his presence in Collapsible C? My apologies if it seems I'm calling the man a liar... but it's just something I couldn't help but wonder. My thanks in advance to all those who took the time to read this.