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 layout) Marcus refers just two times to a person named “Denison,” but apart from the fact that he worked as an assistant to the pursers McElroy and Barker (p. 161), and that he allegedly died in the sinking (p. 253), nothing more is spoken of him. Does anyone have any idea who Marcus is talking about or even if this man existed? I have never seen his name on the lists of the crew, but maybe Marcus mistook his name? Can anyone suggest anything at all?