Alexis N. Marlow
Recently, I came across a really informative book at my city library, called Titanic: Women and Children First, by Judith Geller. I decided to write down the names and locations of the men, women and children for research when I had to take the book back. I did them in separate sections. The first problem is when I counted the Titanic's children, and got 54 altogether. I recounted and got the same number. Sources tell me there were 55, so who's the missing child? Also, I cannot find any information on Betros Seman, nine, nor on the Youssef family, which I found in another book. Father and daughter supposedly survived while mother and son did not. I am thouroly confused. Can anyone help me?