Francis Browne wasn't exactly a "Father" in 1912 and I believe his "Father" (Who advised him to "Get off that ship !") was his Uncle, who was a Bishop in the Roman Catholic Church. I think his Uncle had given him a camera and a ticket on Titanic from Southampton to Queenstown as a present.Often told as one of the "close escape from death stories", is that of Francis Browne at Queenstown being offered a ticket to New York by a ''American'' couple onboard only to be telegraphed by his Father to ''Get Off That Ship!''
However, I never seen anywhere a guess or even idea of who this couple was? presumably they were in First Class but who were they?