Can their be any cameo of Mr Philip Mock and Emma Schabert?
By the way, the extra is actually seen near boat B.Well John Hugo Ross was sick on the ship so he didn't came out of his cabin much so it's hard to believe that the cameo depicts Mr Ross but the Thomson beattie can be correct but he was near collapsible boat A...
Then I think it's some first class passenger who was near boat B but couldn't actually get in it and died?.. it's not Thomas Beattie cuz he jumped on collapsible A from crew's quarters and John hugo ross presumably died on his bed (according to ET)By the way, the extra is actually seen near boat B
I personally highly doubt that he died in his bed. Mr. Beattie and Mr. McCaffry moved from C-6 to two staterooms on A-deck to be nearer to their good friend, as well that the three gentlemen were known to be inseparable. Although not a fact I personally believe they would have left him to his fate when the situation became more dire.John hugo ross presumably died on his bed (according to ET)
As far as I know there is no account that mentions Beattie and McCaffry jumping on the boat deck from the officers quarters. I suppose it has been assumed that the two gentlemen were in the vicinity of boat A because Beattie made it into the boat, but they may have been somewhere else when the ship made the final plunge.it's not Thomas Beattie cuz he jumped on collapsible A from crew's quarters
Albert Ankeny Stewart (1848-1912) perhaps? I can't find anyone who looks like this extra if one looks at photographs of all the 122 victims in first class.
Considering the real Mr. Stewart boarded the Titanic in Cherbourg and not Southampton as shown on the most left screenshot I wouldn't be certain about him being Mr. Stewart, but then of-course we have certain extra's playing more than one role.
That could be possible considering Mr. Molson boarded in Southampton, just as the majority of the Canadian first class passengers.