1st Class: 139 women survived, 4 were lost. - 4 of the 5 children survived.
2nd Class: 83 women survived, 12 were lost. - All 22 children survived.
3rd Class: 91 women survived, 89 were lost. That is one more than in my paper on this web-site as I later discovered that Mathilde Lefebvre was aged 12 [not 11 as I had understood] and therefore counts as an adult female, not as a child. - In addition 30 children/infants survived and 49 were lost.
Crew: 20 survived and 3 were lost.
In total 333 women survived and 108 were lost.
To find my paper: The Statistics of the Disaster, do a search under my name.
I hope that helps,
Jon Paul, 12 year olds were charged full adult fares. Only those aged 11 and below traveled at the cheaper rates for children. In a more general legal sense in the UK in 1912, those aged up to 11 were classed as children, 12-15 as 'young people', 16 and above as adults but still 'minors' until they were 21.