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HERO OF S.S. TITANIC SUNK APRIL 15, 1912 ARCHIBALD GRACIE IV BORN JAN. 15, 1858 DIED DEC. 4 1912 SON OF JOSEPHINE MAYO AND GENERAL ARCHIBALD GRACIE...
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New York Times
HEARD DEATH CHORUS FOR OVER AN HOUR
20th April 1912
PARIS, April 19---Three French survivors---Fernand Omont, Pierre Marechal, son of the French Admiral, and Paul Chevre, the sculptor---jointly cabled to The Matin a graphic narrative of the Titanic disaster, in which they repeatedly insist that mor...
Cook County Herald
HEARS OF DISASTER; DIES
26th April 1912
Shortly after a newspaper account of the Titanic disaster was read to him, Andrew Nolting, a farmer near here, committed suicide by drinking poison. ...
Chicago Record-Herald
HEARS SISTER IS ALIVE
17th April 1912
Daniel Tobin of Denver, Colo., now in Chicago, passed most of yesterday at the local offices of the White Star line seeking information in regard to his sister, Mrs. J. G. Brown of Denver. Tobin shouted his joy when a report was received i...
Washington Times
HEARTFELT SYMPATHY OF FRIENDS HERE GOES TO MRS. L. P. SMITH
17th April 1912
Of the many soul-wringing sad pathetic partings that took place as the Titanic, with its precious burden, awaited the inrush of the waters that were to lower it to a grave two miles beneath the surface of the Atlantic, that between Mrs. Lucien P. Smi...
Voyage
HECTOR
13th March 2005
Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, black top Company flag: Divided by crossed lines into four equal triangles...
HELEN ALICE WILSON ROSENQUIST MARKER
 
HELEN ALICE WILSON ROSENQUIST MARKER

HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE IN THE GARDEN OF HER ENGLISH VACATION HOUSE
 
HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE IN THE GARDEN OF HER ENGLISH VACATION HOUSE
1934
 
HELEN MELVILLE SMITH

The daughter of master mariner Edward John Smith and Sarah Eleanor Pennington, was born on Saturday 2nd April 1898 at 20 Alexandra Road, Waterloo, Litherland, near Liverpool. The birth was registered by Edward John Smith on 3rd May 1898. Helen Melvi...
HELEN TALLMADGE GRAVE MARKER
 
HELEN TALLMADGE GRAVE MARKER

HELEN'S LAST HOME ON ANGELL STREET, A RESIDENTIAL HOTEL, WAYLAND MANOR
 
HELEN'S LAST HOME ON ANGELL STREET, A RESIDENTIAL HOTEL, WAYLAND MANOR

HENRY B. HARRIS (1)
 
HENRY B. HARRIS (1)
1910
HENRY B. HARRIS, MAJ. ARCHIBALD BUTT, WILLIAM B. SILVEY
Washington Times
HENRY B. HARRIS, MAJ. ARCHIBALD BUTT, WILLIAM B. SILVEY
16th April 1912
Unidentified Newspaper
HENRY BLANK
1949
Henry Blank of 138 Ridgewood Avenue died last Thursday at his home after a short illness. He was 78. Board chairman of Henry Blank Co., Newark jewelry manufacturing concern, Mr. Blank was born in Providence, R.I. He lived in Philadelphia f...
New York Times
HENRY BLANK (1)
18th March 1949
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NEWARK, N. J., March 17---Henry Blank, chairman of the board of Henry Blank & Co., manufacturing jewelers here, died today at his home, 138 Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge, N. J., after a brief illness, at...
Newark Evening News
HENRY BLANK, 76, GLEN RIDGE, DIES
17th March 1949
Head of Newark Jewelry Concern Was Titanic Disaster Survivor --- Henry Blank, board chairman of Henry Blank Co., Newark jewelry manufacturing concern, died today at his home, 138 Ridgewood avenue, Glen Ridge, after a short illness. He ...
HENRY CREESE'S GRAVE
 
HENRY CREESE'S GRAVE

Hollybrook Cemetery, Lordshill, Southampton...
Transactions of the Devonshire Association
HENRY FORBES JULIAN
1912
'Mr Julian, one of the noble band of heroes who sacrificed their lives in the Titanic disaster on 14 April 1912, so that the women and children might be saved, was the son of Mr Henry Julian, of Cork and Bolton, and belonged to a mixed...
HENRY NOSS
 
HENRY NOSS

Photograph of former Titanic fireman Henry (Harry) Noss, taken from a Board of Trade identity card c. 1918. ...
Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters
HENRY S. HARPER
1912
Logan Marshall (ed.)
[Extract] Henry Sleeper Harper, who was among the survivors, is a grandson of John Wesley Harper, one of the founders of the Harper publishing business. H. Sleeper Harper was himself an incorporator of Harper & Brothers when the firm b...
New York Times
HENRY SLEEPER HARPER
16th April 1912
Henry Sleeper Harper was about 42 years old and lives at 131 East Twenty-first Street. He is the son of Joseph Wesley Harper, a member of the old firm of Harper & Brothers, which gave way in 1900 to the present publishing house of that name. Mr. Har...
HENRY T. WILDE
 
HENRY T. WILDE

HENRY WILDE AND CAPTAIN SMITH
 
HENRY WILDE AND CAPTAIN SMITH

HENRY WILDE IN WHITE UNIFORM
 
HENRY WILDE IN WHITE UNIFORM

Henry Tingle Wilde pictured in Summer White uniform...
HER LAST PHOTOGRAPH AT 103 YEARS OF AGE
 
HER LAST PHOTOGRAPH AT 103 YEARS OF AGE

HERBERT J. PITMAN
Washington Times
HERBERT J. PITMAN
23rd April 1912
Third Officer of the Titanic who Testified Before Senate Investigating Committee Today...
HERBERT PITMAN AND CHARLES LIGHTOLLER AT THE BRITISH INQUIRY
Daily Graphic
HERBERT PITMAN AND CHARLES LIGHTOLLER AT THE BRITISH INQUIRY
May 1912
Voyage
HERCULANEUM
2nd November 2004
John P. Eaton
In addition to maneuvering Titanic after launch, Herculaneum also assisted during Titanic’s sea trials out of Belfast on 2 April 1912. Alexandra Towing Co.,...
Voyage
HERCULES
20th February 2005
John P. Eaton
One of the tugs that got lines aboard New York and kept her from striking Titanic as the latter was leaving her Southampton dock. Port of Registry: South...
New York Times
HERMAN MANDELBAUM
20th April 1933
Herman Mandlebaum, a retired wholesale tobacco merchant, died yesterday at his residence, 200 West Eighty-sixth Street, after a long illness. He was born in Kassel, Germany, eighty-three years ago, and came to the United States at the age of 13. Th...
Montreal Gazette
HICKSON
1979
Page. 70 Orian (nee Hays) Hickson. At her residence on Thursday, May 3, 1979. Dearly beloved wife of the late Robert N. Hickson. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Hays. Dear sister of Clara (Mrs. Hope Scott) and the late Ma...
Honolulu Star-Bulletin
HILO RESIDENT TITANIC VICTIM
28th September 1912
HILO, Sept. 27---Though the Titanic disaster took place many months ago it has been within the last few days that news has come to the effect that a former resident of this city was among the victims of the great tragedy in...
 
HINDENBURG DISASTER NEWSREEL

6th May 1937 : Haunting original movie footage of the approach to Lakehurst by the Hindenburg. The explosion, and the aftermath. See Sky Cruis...
HMS HECATE'S ROLE IN DISCOVERY OF TITANIC WRECK
 
HMS HECATE'S ROLE IN DISCOVERY OF TITANIC WRECK

John Bibby
I read with interest on this site regarding HMS Hecate's apparent role in the discovery of Titanic in 1977. Actually this is a mistake. I served on board HMS HECATE between 1980...
 
HODGE FAMILY INFORMATION

Charles Hodge (Snr. Asst. 3rd Engineer) was born in Plymouth, Devon in 1884. He was the son of Alfred and Emily Hodge. The 1891 census has the family living at 6 Princess Street in Plymouth and it was here that Charles' father ran his bakery ...
Gloucester Citizen
HODGES HENRY P. : GLOUCESTERIAN'S BROTHER UNLISTED WITH THE SAVED
17th April 1912
[Photo] Among the Titanic victims was Mr. H. P. Hodges, of The Cotswolds, Highfield Lane, Southampton, who is an elder brother of Mr. R. Hodges, of Melcombe, Vicarage Road, Gloucester, one of the staff at Hatherley Road Council Schools...
New York Times
HOKAN B. STEFFANSON DIES AT 78; FINANCIER WAS ON THE TITANIC
23rd May 1962
Page 45, columns 2-3 Hokan Bjornstrom Steffanson, a financier, died Monday night at Doctor's Hospital after a long illness. His age was 78 and he lived at 56 East Fifty-seventh Street. Mr. Steffanson was a survivor of t...
Chicago Tribune
HOLD MEMORIAL FOR THE TITANIC
22nd April 1912
The Titanic catastrope so strongly religious in its effect, was the topic of sermons in most Chicago churches yesterday.  Many ministers drew lessons of warning, some of thankfulness, in the theme. Collections were generally div...
The Evening Post
HOLDING BACK FACTS OF DISASTER STIRS CRITICISM
18th April 1912
Charges ranging from indifference to deliberate suppression of news are being made against the White Star officials on both sides of the Atlantic . As ground for these charges one needs to go back only to the rapid sequ...
Worcester Evening Gazette
HOLDS BACK MEN AT PISTOL POINT
19th April 1912
New York- April 19- Mrs. Lena Rogers of Boston was saved from the Titanic in a boat which carried 55 women passengers. Crowded to more than its capacity, the boat was endangered of being swamped when Fourth Officer Louve [sic], who had it in charge, ...
 
HOLSWORTHY, DEVON - 1901 CENSUS
31st March 1901
John Adams, under his actual name, Richard May was at home with his family at the time of the 1901 Census. They were living at 'Burnard's House', a dwelling a few miles west of Holsworthy, Devon. The family present were - John M...
 
HOLSWORTHY, DEVON - 1901 CENSUS (1)
31st March 1901
At the time of the 1901 census John Henry Perkin, aged 12, was living at the family butcher shop at Lower Square in the town of Holsworthy, Devon. Those present on census day were - William Perkin Head 49 Butcher/Shopkeeper Eli...
HOME AND HEARTH, SHREWSBURY, MASSACHUSETTS
 
HOME AND HEARTH, SHREWSBURY, MASSACHUSETTS

The last Shrewsbury home...
New York Times
HONOR TITANIC'S SURGEON
17th February 1914
A new emergency ward in St. Vincent's Hospital, equipped and furnished throughout as a memorial to Dr. Francis Norman O'Loughlin, the senior ship surgeon of the White Star Line, who perished in the disaster to the Titanic, was dedicated yesterday to ...
New York Times
HONORS W. T. STEAD
7th June 1912
Peace Society Adopts Minute In Memory of Titanic Victim --- At the annual meeting of the New York Peace Society yesterday the following minute concerning the death of William T. Stead was adopted: The New York Peace So...
HONOUR & GLORY: CROWING TIME!
Titanica!
HONOUR & GLORY: CROWING TIME!
20th August 2007
Senan Molony
WE KNOW well the allegorical figures of Honour and Glory… They appear as heraldic supporters to the clock located in the alcove atop&nbs...
Chicago Examiner
HOPE FOR THE SAFETY OF MISSING PASSENGERS
17th April 1912
BULLETIN        New York, April 17 (Wednesday), 1:30 A.M.---A vague hope for the safety of some of the missing passengers was given last night by the captain of the tramp steamer Ultonia, whic...
New York Times
HOPE HAMPTON KEPT HER WEDDING SECRET
8th November 1923
Film Star Married Jules E. Brulatour, Her Manager, Aug. 22---His Third Marriage --- To the surprise of their friends it became known yesterday that Hope Hampton, the motion picture actress who was last seen on the screen in "The Gold Di...
Chicago Daily Tribune
HORRORS OF TITANIC HAUNT GIRL ILL AFTER HER ESCAPE
25th April 1912
Page 1 Miss Anna Kelly, with Chicago Cousins, Beset by Scenes of Wreck and Weakened by Exposure A nervous wreck as the result of her experiences on the Titanic, Miss Anna Kelly is at the home of her cousins, Anna and Ma...
HORSE TRANSPORTATION
 
HORSE TRANSPORTATION

Comfortable quarters with feed boxes were a new feature of the White Star livestock carriers....
New York Times
HORSEWOMEN IN PARADE
11th April 1913
Mrs. Burleson, Wife of Army Officer In Command of Suffrage Pageant --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, Jan. 10---A cavalcade of horsewomen is to lead the woman's suffrage parade, or p...
Daily Sketch
HOW CAPTAIN SMITH DIED
30th April 1912
His Last Act was to Save a Child's Life Refused to get into a boat. Of all the wild and irresponsible messages that were sent to this country in the first hours following the sinking of the Titanic the one that caused th...
 
HOW DID TITANIC SINK? NEW EVIDENCE!

A top-secret expedition by The History Channel to the Titanic wreck site, conducted in August, 2005, produced never-before-seen footage that could completely rewrite the final moments of the world's most famous sunken vessel....
New York Times
HOW J. B. THAYER DIED
19th April 1912
Swept from Raft to Which His Son Managed to Cling --- The manner in which John B. Thayer, Second Vice President of the Pennsylvania Railroad, met his death along with eighteen or twenty other men was described last night by Mrs. W. C. ...
The Toronto World
HOW MAJ. PEUCHEN ESCAPED.
20th April 1912
I said: Are you a sailor? and he replied that he was a yachtsman. Then I told him that if he was a sailor to get over the bulwarks to the lifeboat--to go ahead. He did, and proved himself afterward...
New York Times
HOW THE HARRISES PARTED
19th April 1912
"Of Course, Ladies First," Said Mr. Harris, and Stayed on Board --- George Brayton, an asphalt manufacturer of Los Angeles, who was on the Titanic, last night gave an account of the parting of Henry B. Harris and his wife. He said:...
HOW TO SURVIVE THE TITANIC. OR THE SINKING OF J. BRUCE ISMAY
Titanic Review
HOW TO SURVIVE THE TITANIC. OR THE SINKING OF J. BRUCE ISMAY
11th August 2011
Senan Molony
Ismay as Ecce Homo...
New York Times Book Review
HOW WOMEN MAY EARN A LIVING
10th February 1900
HOW WOMEN MAY EARN A LIVING. By Helen Churchill Candee. 12mo. Pp. ix-342. New York: The Macmillan Company. $1. --- The day has surely come when women as well as men may put their shoulders to the wheel of fortune. To meet...
Jersey Journal
HUDSON COUNTY SURVIVORS TELL OF SEA TRAGEDY
20th April 1912
Union Hill Governess Gives Graphic Recital of Scenes After Giant Ship Hit Iceberg and Went Down---Praises Bravery of Men Passengers---Complains of Treatment on Carpathia --- BAYONNE YOUT...
HUDSON THEATRE PROGRAMME 1909
 
HUDSON THEATRE PROGRAMME 1909
1909
The cover of the Hudson Theatre programme for Henry B. Harris' production of "The Third Degree" (1909), one of his biggest hits....
HUGH MCELROY AGED 12
 
HUGH MCELROY AGED 12
1887
Photograph of Titanic purser Hugh McElroy aged 12.  c.1887 ...
HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE.
ET Comment
HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE.
6th November 2006
Senan Molony
The US evidence of Hugh Woolner is highly unreliable. He claims that he and Hakan Bjornstrom Steffanson saw Boat D "about to lower", then went across to the starboard side, and saw an officer fire two shots to get men out of a collapsible...
HUGO ROSS
Toronto Daily Star
HUGO ROSS
17th April 1912
portrait...
The Evening Telegram
HUGO ROSS WAS ABOARD
16th April 1912
Newspaper article...
Scarborough Mercury
HULL MAGISTRATE REPORTED SAFE
19th April 1912
Mother Staying at Scarborough Mr. Algernon H. Barkworth, J.P., of Tranby House, Hessle, Hull, who was one of the first-class passengers on the Titanic, is a young man of independent means, and had booked a passage on the Titanic in pre...
Chicago Inter Ocean
HUMAN BUZZARDS OF SEA SINK WITH TITANIC
20th April 1912
Special Dispatch to the Inter-Ocean New York, April 19.—Figures familiar to Forty-Second street will be missing in the cafes of the Great White Way when the lights are brightest as one of the results of the foundering o...
Southern Daily Echo
HUMAN TRAGEDY OF THE TITANIC
16th February 2002
Neil Hotson
Mrs Saunders, a widow, was walking down Bridge Street in the direction of Southampton Docks railway station. She was carrying her handbag, which contained six shillings. John Dixon was also walking in Bridge Street. He had arrive...
Cambridge Independent Press
HUNTS. VICAR'S LOSS
19th April 1912
Page 5 A daily contemporary contained the following on Friday:- ''On his arrival at St. John's (Nova Scotia) yesterday by the steamer Corsican, the Rev. A. C. Crosfield, of Hartford Vicarage Hunts., learned for the first time of the di...
 
HUSBAND OF HELEN ALICE WILSON

  Axel Johannas Rosenquist was the husband of Helen Alice Wilson who survived the sinking of the Titanic, the following information gives brief details of how their lives continued after the disaste...
 
HUTCHINSON - BODY 170 (UNIDENTIFIED)

IT IS likely that body number 170 is that of Hutchinson. It was buried at sea. The estimated age was 25, and the corpse had keys marked "Carpenter's locker", with a wood rule, silver watch and chain. The Halifax Coroner's records ...
Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate, and Cheriton Herald
HYTHE MOURNERS
25th April 1912
Page 11 There are at least two Hythe residents mourning the loss of relatives who were on the ill-fated Titanic. One is Mr. W. R. Wood, the popular Postmaster, whose brother, Mr. J. T. Wood, aged 49 years went down with the great major...
Chicago Daily Journal
I'M STARVED WAS ISMAY'S FIRST WORD
19th April 1912
"For God's sake get me something to eat. I'm starved. I don't care what it costs or what it is, bring it to me."...
Worcester Telegram
ICE CAKE HELPED HIM TO ESCAPE
20th April 1912
New York, April 19.- A huge cake of ice was the means of aiding Emilo Portaluppi of Aricgabo, Italy, in escaping death when the Titanic went down. Portaluppi, a second class passenger, was awakened by the explosion of one of the boilers of the ship. ...
Chicago Daily News
ICE KEPT AID FROM TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Ice Kept Aid from Titanic [By The Associated Press] Maasluis, Holland, April 23—Masses of ice prevented the Russian steamer Birma, which left New York for Rotterdam and Libau April 11, from reaching the Titanic in repl...
ICE ON DECK
Titanica!
ICE ON DECK
12th February 2002
Henning Pfeifer
Further analysis of the iceberg impact....
ICE:  CLEAR AND ABSENT DANGER
Titanica!
ICE: CLEAR AND ABSENT DANGER
14th October 2007
Senan Molony
This is an argument hewn from ice… a substance that offers solidity and occasional clarity. But it is also an argument about the absence of ice – meaning nothing less than clear water, with all the plain sailing that implies....
ICEBERG AT THE GOLDEN GATE
Titanica!
ICEBERG AT THE GOLDEN GATE
12th February 2002
A Perspective on the Life of Dr. Washington Dodge...
ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD
Titanica!
ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD
29th April 2006
Samuel Halpern
We all know the story how lookout Frederick Fleet had sighted an iceberg at about 11:40 PM on April 14th 1912, went to the lookout bell and struck it 3 times to indicate that something was seen ahead, and then went to the telephone a...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
ICEBERG THAT SANK TITANIC
19th April 1912
400 Feet Long and 90 Feet High, Says Carpathia Physician...
ICEBERGS IN THE ATLANTIC
The Times
ICEBERGS IN THE ATLANTIC
14th August 1912
Wild panic reported in August 1912 emergency...
New York Times
IDA STRAUS ESTATE $260,000
22nd June 1912
All Is In Personal Property and Will Be Divided Among Children --- Application for letters of administration on the estate of Mrs. Ida Straus, who perished with her husband Isidor Straus in the wreck of the Titanic on April 15, was made...
IDENTIFYING STEWARDS
Titanica!
IDENTIFYING STEWARDS
13th February 2005
Senan Molony
WHAT ARE the chances of identifying Titanic bodies more than 90 years after they were buried at sea? Better than impossible - fair, in some cases. One of the early bodies picked up by the search ves...
Ilford Graphic
ILFORD PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC
19th April 1912
Ilford has her part to play in the latest tragedy of the ocean. On April 2nd last, Mr and Mrs Ben Hart were present at the "Cauliflower" in their honour prior to their departure for Canada. During the evening they were the recipients of a beautiful I...
North Devon Journal
ILFRACOMBE GIRL’S THRILLING STORY OF HER ESCAPE
25th April 1912
Miss Alice Phillips, of Ilfracombe, age about twenty, and she told the reporters with tears in her eyes that her father had gone down with the ill-fated liner....
IMANITA PARRISH SHELLEY TITANIC SURVIVOR
 
IMANITA PARRISH SHELLEY TITANIC SURVIVOR

1920s passport application photograph of Imanita Parrish Shelley. ...
IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW
Titanica!
IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW
31st August 2004
Allison Lane
No other shipwreck in history has left such an indelible imprint upon the public consciousness as that of the RMS Titanic. Ninety-two years after her loss, the story of that great liner continues to fascinate peo...
Hampshire Independent
IN MEMORIAM
17th April 1915
In loving memory of James, the dearly loved husband of Isabella Annie Wyeth . . . ''May his soul rest in peace.''...
Hampshire Independent
IN MEMORIAM
17th April 1915
In ever loving memory of John Poole Penrose, the beloved husband of F. A. Penrose....
Hampshire Independent
IN MEMORIAM (2)
17th April 1915
Sacred to the memory of our dear boy Herbert Jupe, electrician, who lost his life at his duties on the foundering of the SS Titanic. . . Lost to sight, but to memory very dear. From his father and mother. Absent in body, present in spirit. ...
Hampshire Independent
IN MEMORIAM (3)
17th April 1915
In loving remembrance of my dear husband Frank Alfred Parsons....
 
IN MEMORIAM (4)

"In Loving and Affectionate Remembrance of William Farr, the loved and beloved husband of Phyllis Maud Penny, who was lost at sea through the foundering of the S.S...
IN MEMORIAM SS TITANIC, 1912
 
IN MEMORIAM SS TITANIC, 1912
1912
Memorial document published in Great Britain in April 1912...
Stirling Observer
IN MEMORIAM WILLIAM YOUNG MOYES
23rd April 1912
The news received last week of the awful wreck of the Titanic seems to have stupefied the British and American nations - indeed, has cast a gloom over the whole world - and while the loss of every life is deplored, and every act of heroism and self-s...
Hampshire Independent
IN MEMORIAM: FAY
17th April 1915
In ever loving memory of Thomas Joseph, the dearly beloved husband of Frances Fay . . . Three long years have now passed by. Since this great sorrow fell, Yet in my heart I mourn the loss, Of one I love so well. Time rolls on, the years pass by, What...
Hampshire Independent
IN MEMORIAM: NORMAN HARRISON
17th April 1915
In most loving memory of Norman Harrison, second engineer of the SS Titanic, who laid down his life in the fulfilment of his duty when that vessel foundered off the coast of Newfoundland, on the morning on Monday, April 15th, 1912. ''Fidelis usque...
Hampshire Independent
IN MEMORIAM: WILLIAM FARQUHARSON
17th April 1912
In loving memory of my ever dear husband, Will, who sacrificed his life in the engine-room, R.M.S. Titanic. Fondly remembered....
Southern Daily Echo
IN MEMORIUM
29th April 1912
Barringer, Arthur William. Dearly loved Husband of Ethel Barringer, Elsinore, Bath Street Bevois Town, (Late of 52 Padwell Road). [Also 30th April, 30th April, 1st May 1912 and Hampshire Independent 4th May 1912)]...
Hampshire Independent
IN MEMORIUM (1)
1st May 1912
Barratt, Arthur. Dearly beloved son of Arthur and Margaret Barrett, 164 Northumberland Road, Aged 15 years.[Also 4th May 1912, also Southern Daily Echo 1st and 4th May 1912]...
IN MEMORY OF THE TITANIC CATASTROPHE
 
IN MEMORY OF THE TITANIC CATASTROPHE
1912
Henry Tiedemann
Grand Memorial Fantasie Words and Music by Henry Tiedemann Published 1912 by the Southern Music Company, Dallas, Texas Listen to this Piece...
 
IN NACHT UND EIS (1)

A 1912 Silent Drama about Titanic (Part 1)...
 
IN NACHT UND EIS (2)

A 1912 Silent Drama about Titanic (Part 2)...
 
IN NACHT UND EIS (3)

A 1912 Silent Drama about Titanic (Part 3)...
 
IN NACHT UND EIS (4)

A 1912 Silent Drama about Titanic (Part 4)...
IN SEARCH OF WILLIAM GILLESPIE (LETTER 1)
 
IN SEARCH OF WILLIAM GILLESPIE (LETTER 1)
16th February 1926
IN SEARCH OF WILLIAM GILLESPIE (LETTER 2)
 
IN SEARCH OF WILLIAM GILLESPIE (LETTER 2)
8th March 1926
IN SEARCH OF WILLIAM GILLESPIE (LETTER 3)
 
IN SEARCH OF WILLIAM GILLESPIE (LETTER 3)
2nd March 1926
IN SEARCH OF WILLIAM GILLESPIE (LETTER 4)
 
IN SEARCH OF WILLIAM GILLESPIE (LETTER 4)
12th April 1926
Daily Mirror
IN THE TOWN OF SORROW
30th April 1912
(From our Special Correspondent) Southampton April 29th. Joy and sorrow, elation and depression are mingled in the homes here of the seamen, firemen and stewards of the Titanic. Feelings of compassion for the heroes who died and ...
INAUGURATION G. KRINS MEMORIAL SPA (BELGIUM)
 
INAUGURATION G. KRINS MEMORIAL SPA (BELGIUM)
14th September 2002
Inauguration G. Krins Memorial Spa (Belgium)...
New York Times
INCORPORATED IN NEW JERSEY
1st February 1901
TRENTON, N. J., Jan. 31---These companies were incorporated here to-day: The Central Sugar Company, to manufacture beet sugar; capital, $1,500,000. The incorporators are T. L. Bragaw, Jr., M. L. Bonden, J. J. Treacy, all of Jersey City...
New York Times
INCREASING PROFANITY AMONG BOYS [LETTER TO THE EDITOR]
30th June 1909
To the Editor of The New York Times: Of late we see accounts both in the United States and Canada calling attention to how profane and bad language is increasing among the boys. The truth of this cannot be denied by any one...
 
INFORMATION ABOUT JOHN JAMES BOREBANK

Borebank, Mr. John. J. Missing. First Class Passenger. Cabin D22/1. Occupation - Horticulturist, c/o Lodges of the World, Winnipeg, Canada. Real Estate agent. Left Winnipeg in the Spring of 1911 for the Coronation of King George V. Then was re...
 
INFORMATION FROM THE WILLIAM SALT LIBRARY, STAFFORD

Hodgkinson, Leonard. Engineer. Stoke man educated at St. Thomas's School, Stoke. With White Star for several years. WAS forty-six years of age and his birthplace Liverpool. His apprenticeship was served with Messrs. Hartley, Armour and Fanning...
New York Times
INSANE WOMAN DEPORTED
12th September 1907
Miss Hyman, Who Came to Visit Her Brother, Had Suicidal Mania --- Closely guarded to prevent her carrying out her suicidal mania, Miss Jessie Hyman, a well-dressed woman about 28 yours old; was deported yesterday on the White Star ...
New York Times
INSIST TORPEDO SANK HER
28th January 1917
Hospital Ship Britannic Survivors Say Propellers Killed 45 Men --- Several survivors of the hospital ship Britannic, which was sunk in the Aegean Sea, were among the crew of the Adriatic, which arrived here...
 
INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
17th November 1911
Norman Harrison (1873-1912) AMIMechE Elected: Associate Member of the Inst...
 
INSURANCE CLAIM

#C38 and C68. Life: $60,000. Property: $6,000....
 
INSURANCE CLAIM (1)

#B158. Property: $547.75 claim filed by her grandfather Samuel J. Weill....
 
INSURANCE CLAIM (2)

Number B189. Property: $171....
 
INSURANCE CLAIM (3)

Insurance claim B92 $400 filed by mother. Claim C44 Life $20,000. Property $400 both filed by mother....
 
INSURANCE CLAIM (4)

Claim #C188. Life $15,000. Property $500. Claim filed by daughter....
 
INSURANCE CLAIM (5)

Insurance claim C91. Life $10,000. Property $250. Claims filed by parent -in- law. ...
The Sydney Morning Herald
INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
30th April 1885
At 11 o'clock to-day the intercolonial lawn tennis match between New South Wales and Victoria, commences at the Association Cricket Ground, Moore Park, and a very exciting contest is expected, bot...
The Sydney Morning Herald
INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT (#2)
4th May 1885
The draw for the undermentioned matches has resulted as follows: 1.LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES Miss Lee plays Miss Rodd Miss Fitzgerald plays Miss Scarvell Miss Bloxsome plays Miss Lamb...
The Sydney Morning Herald
INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT (#3)
5th May 1885
...
The Sydney Morning Herald
INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT (#4)
6th May 1885
The second day's play at the Association Ground, Moore Park, resulted in some very interesting and exciting matches. There was again a large and fashionable attendance. The committee, with a view of making the affair more complete, ...
INTERIOR DECORATION BY HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
 
INTERIOR DECORATION BY HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
1912
The drawing room of a private home, decorated in the French neoclassical style by Helen Churchill Candee....
INTERIOR OF THE ABBEY OF ST MARY'S, BODMIN IN 1965
 
INTERIOR OF THE ABBEY OF ST MARY'S, BODMIN IN 1965
1965
 
INTERMENTS IN THE GRACIE PLOT

Lot # 971-974, Plot: Catalpa, Sec. 23 & 24, Area 1024' Deed # 609 Aff. # 4,757. Archibald Gracie IV, died 12/4/1912, age 54 Constance Julie, wife of Archibald Gracie, IV died 12 December 1937, age 88 Co...
INVENTOR OF THE LIFEBOAT
Sphere
INVENTOR OF THE LIFEBOAT
21st December 1912
The Lukin Grave in England...
Chicago Examiner
INVESTIGATORS SEND TUG 25 MILES DOWN HARBOR TO TAKE SAILOR OFF LINER; INQUIRY GOES TO WASHINGTON TO PREVENT TAMPERING WITH WITNESSES.
21st April 1912
New York, April 20---The Senate committee appointed to investigate the sinking of the liner Titanic closed a day of unearthing developments of supreme importance by having Quartermaster Hichens of the Titanic taken from the outgoing liner Lapland ...
INVITATION TO THE WEDDING OF ADA MARIA WINFIELD AND CHARLES VALENTINE CLARKE
 
INVITATION TO THE WEDDING OF ADA MARIA WINFIELD AND CHARLES VALENTINE CLARKE
29th June 1908
Wedding Invitation...
Chicago Record-Herald
IOWA FAMILY DROWNS
21st April 1912
Brother Learns E. G. Dalbon, Wife and Child, Perish in Titanic Wreck Stanton, Iowa, April 20---Alfred Dalbom of this city received from New York today a telegram confirming his fears that his brother, Ernest G. Dalho...
New York Times
IRISH M. P.'S PROTEST
8th March 1907
Want White Star Liners to Continue Calling at Queenstown --- LONDON, March 7---The Postmaster General, Mr. Buxton, to-day received an influential deputation of Irish members of Parliament and representatives of the com...
ISIDOR AND NATHAN STRAUS
King's Notable New Yorkers
ISIDOR AND NATHAN STRAUS

ISIDOR STRAUS (left) Memb. 53d U.S. congress. L. Straus & Sons, China & Glass. R. H. Macy & Co. and Abraham & Straus, Dept. Stores. NATHAN STRAUS (right) L. Straus &...
ISIDOR STRAUS
New York Times
ISIDOR STRAUS
29th October 1893
ISIDOR STRAUS (1)
 
ISIDOR STRAUS (1)
20th April 1912
From 'L'Excelsior'...
ISIDOR STRAUS PHOTOGRAPHED BY PURDY, NEW YORK
 
ISIDOR STRAUS PHOTOGRAPHED BY PURDY, NEW YORK
1908
Hampshire Advertiser
ISLAND COUNTY COURT : A TITANIC CASE
3rd August 1912
This Court was held at Newport, on Wednesday before Judge Gye. Mr. Hiscock mentioned a case arising out of the disaster of the Titanic, that of a Newport man, named Chiverton [sic], a first-class ...
New York Times
ISMAY AIDS SAILORS' WIDOWS
15th May 1912
Will Provide Pensions for Those Who Lose Husbands at Sea --- By Marconi Wireless Transatlantic Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, May 14---Exact information was obtained to-day as to J. Bruce Ismay's intentions in...
The Syracuse Herald
ISMAY AND OFFICERS OF TITANIC GO TO EUROPE
3rd May 1912
New York May 3 – In a state of near collapse, J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the International Mercantile Marine, sailed for England yesterday on the White Star Liner Adriatic. He made only this brief statement to the newspaper men....
Chicago American
ISMAY ASKS TO LEAVE THE WRECK PROBE
24th April 1912
Washington, April 24---The Senate investigating committee probing the Titanic horror today declined to act on a new request by J. Bruce Ismay,  managing director of the White Star Line, that owned the ill-fated ship, to quit t...
Washington Times
ISMAY CONDEMNED FOR TAKING BOAT
19th April 1912
Daughter of Congressman Hughes Tells of Experience In Sea Disaster --- NEW YORK, April 19---Not only did J. Bruce Ismay, managing director or the White Star line, get into one of the first lifeboats to be launched, but he was escorted a...
Chicago Daily Journal
ISMAY GOT INTO BOAT
19th April 1912
John R. Joyce, a banker of Carlsbad, N. M., a passenger on the Carpathia, said: "When the Carpathia reached the scene of the wreck, we saw eighteen boats and one raft on the water.  The Carpathia picked them all up. Four pe...
New York Times
ISMAY IS TO QUIT
1st January 1913
Will Retire June 30---Harold Sanderson to Take His Place --- by Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, Dec. 31.---J. Bruce Ismay will retire from the Presidency of the International ...
The Sun (New York)
ISMAY OUT OF MARINE CO.
30th June 1913
Interesting Detail of Formation of Pool Are Given --- Special Cable Despatch to The Sun --- London, June 30. With the retirement of J. Bruce Ismay to-day from the presidency of the International ...
Camden Post-Telegram
ISMAY PRAISED BY TITANIC SURVIVOR
15th May 1912
Ship's Head Barber Tells Camden Elks of His Thrilling Experience. --- BLAMES DISASTER ON WIRELESS JEALOUSY --- Bruce Ismay was defended last night by Gus Weikman at the home of Camden Lodge of Elks in Mr. Weikman's recital...
Chicago Daily Journal
ISMAY TIRED TO ESCAPE ON CEDRIC, WIRELESS SHOWS
20th April 1912
Explanation of why Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan, chairman of the senate committee named to investigate the Titanic disaster, hurried to New York Thursday night to begin the inquiry was made today when it  became known that a wir...
The World Evening Edition (New York)
ISMAY TO RESIGN AS PRESIDENT OF THE SHIP TRUST
10th September 1912
Franklin to Succeed Him---Waning of White Star in International Combine --- J. Bruce Ismay, who figured in the news a few months ago by reason of being among the Titanic survivors, is to resign as President of the Intern...
ISMAY YACHT TORPEDOED!
Daily Telegraph
ISMAY YACHT TORPEDOED!
1908
(Photo: HM Torpedo Boat Hunter) Action against a Naval Officer The hearing was begun on Saturday before His Honour Judge Percy Gye and a jury, at the Isle of Wight County Court, of an action broug...
ISMAY'S DREAM
 
ISMAY'S DREAM
29th September 2011
Belfast musician records Titanic themed album...
Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping (1908)
ISMAY, JAMES [SIC] BRUCE
1908
Ismay, James [sic] Bruce (b. Liverpool, 1862). President and Managing Director of the International Mercantile Marine Co. Educated Harrow, and on leaving school entered the office of Messrs. Ismay, Imrie and Co. (White Star Line). After se...
Dictionary of National Biography (1901)
ISMAY, THOMAS HENRY

Prof. Sir John Knox Laughton, Litt.D.
ISMAY, THOMAS HENRY (1837-1899), shipowner, eldest son of Joseph Ismay, of Marypoint, [sic; should be "Maryport], Cumberland, was born there on 7 Jan. 1837. At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed to a firm of shipbrokers (...
Corriere della Sera
ITALIANS SHIPWRECKED
19th April 1912
Page 5 [Translation] London, 17 April, night Italians aboard the Titanic numbered more than 50: two restaurant's directors L. Gatti, 36 years, and F. Scavino, two superintendents, Giuseppe Bochet, from s...
New York Times
ITALY ALLOWS FIERMONTE TO GO ON WEDDING TRIP
8th March 1935
By The Associated Press --- ROME, March 7---Enzo Fiermonte and his second wife, the former Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick, left tonight on their long-sought second wedding trip on the French Riviera after having successfuily wound thei...
J. B. BOXHALL, FOURTH OFFICER OF TITANIC
Washington Times
J. B. BOXHALL, FOURTH OFFICER OF TITANIC
23rd April 1912
The Evening Telegram
J. BOREBANK KNOWN HERE
16th April 1912
The father was naturally badly broken up this morning, and fears the worst....
J. BRUCE ISMAY
Washington Times
J. BRUCE ISMAY
24th April 1912
J. BRUCE ISMAY RETREAT FOR SALE
Irish Independent
J. BRUCE ISMAY RETREAT FOR SALE
9th July 2004
A Titanophile's Dream for $1.5 million...
New York Times
J. BRUCE ISMAY, 74, TITANIC SURVIVOR
19th October 1937
Ex-Head of White Star Line Who Retired After Sea Tragedy Dies in London --- LONDON, Oct. 18 (AP)---Joseph Bruce Ismay, former chairman of the White Star Line and a survivor of the Titanic disaster in 1912, died here last night. He was 7...
J. CLINCH SMITH PHOTO
Philadelphia Inquirer
J. CLINCH SMITH PHOTO
17th April 1912
Washington Times
J. J. ASTOR ACTED BRAVELY, DECLARE MANY WHO SAW HIM
19th April 1912
Millionaire Kissed His Bride Good-by, Saluted, and Then Stepped Back to Allow Women to Get Into Boats --- NEW YORK, April 19---Col. John Jacob Astor kissed his bride good-by as he placed her in the waiting lifeboat. Then he drew himself...
New York Times
J. J. ASTOR MARRIES GERTRUDE GRETSCH
19th August 1944
Son of the Late Colonel John Jacob Astor Weds Alumna of Finch at Her Home --- The marriage of Miss Gertrude Gretsch, daughter of Mrs. Walter Gretsch of 3 East Seventy-seventh Street and the late Mr. Gretsch, to John Jacob Astor of 998 F...
New York Times
J. P. MORGAN AS A GRANDPA
23rd November 1905
Eager as a Boy to Meet the Home-Coming Hamilton Children --- When the White Star steamship Oceanic reacher [sic] her pier from Liverpool yesterday morning the most eagerly expectant person awaiting her was J. Pierpont Morgan, who was t...
Philadelphia Inquirer
J.B. THAYER, 3D, ENDS LIFE IN AUTO
23rd September 1945
John B. Thayer, 3d, financial vice president of the University of Pennsylvania and a member of an old Philadelphia family, who had been reported missing since Wednesday, was found dead, his wrists and throat cut, in a parked automobile near the P....
J.P. MORGANS HEADSTONE. IN CEDAR HILL CEMETARY HARTFORD,CT
 
J.P. MORGANS HEADSTONE. IN CEDAR HILL CEMETARY HARTFORD,CT

John Pierpont Morgan 1837 - 1913...
Atlantic Daily Bulletin
JACK BUTTERWORTH
2002
Brian J. Ticehurst
Butterworth, Jack. Lived at 270 Priory Road, St Denys, Southampton. Was 23 years old. Occupation on board the Titanic - Saloon Steward. (Born in Manchester). (From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913). Number 326. Butterwort...
JACK PHILLIPS
 
JACK PHILLIPS

Pictured (left) with a colleague aboard the Adriatic...
Guernsey Evening Press
JACK POINGDESTRE
April 1912
Jack Poingdestre, whose parents lived at 28, Old St. John's Road Jersey, also had his home in Southampton. A month earlier he had been on the crew of the Oceana when it sank of Newhaven. That had been on March 16th. He at least was used to shipwrecks...
JACK THAYER JR. AND BARBARA STANWYCK
L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse
JACK THAYER JR. AND BARBARA STANWYCK
13th September 1956
A man identified as "Jack Thayer Jr", shown visiting Barbara Stanwyck on the set of Fox movie "Titanic" (1953). Jack told star Barbara Stanwyck about his mother, who inspired Miss Stanwyck's character. [Jack Thayer Jr died in 1945 ed.]...
JACKAL
Voyage
JACKAL
5th December 2004
John P. Eaton
While Titanic was outfitting, Jackal served as an auxiliary vessel moored alongside, her generator providing light and power aboard the ship for the outfitting workers. Also used as a yard tug. ...
JACOBEAN FURNITURE - COVER OF BOOK BY HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
 
JACOBEAN FURNITURE - COVER OF BOOK BY HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
1916
New York Times
JACQUES FUTRELLE, WRITER
16th April 1912
The Author of "The Thinking Machine" and Many Short Stories --- Jacques Futrell is well known as a writer of fiction, having contributed many long and short stories to magazines. He was born in Pike County, Georgia, April 9, 1875, and ...
JAMES ARTHUR PAINTIN IN KILT
 
JAMES ARTHUR PAINTIN IN KILT

JAMES ARTHUR PAINTIN WITH UNKNOWN OTHER
 
JAMES ARTHUR PAINTIN WITH UNKNOWN OTHER

Paintin (right)...
JAMES ARTHUR PAINTIN WITH UNKNOWN OTHER ON FAIRGROUND CAR
 
JAMES ARTHUR PAINTIN WITH UNKNOWN OTHER ON FAIRGROUND CAR

Paintin (left)...
New York Times
JAMES CLINCH SMITH
16th April 1912
Brother-in-Law of Stanford White---Well-Known Sportsman --- James Clinch Smith, a brother-in-law of the late Stanford White, is well known as a sportsman and in society circles both in this city and in Paris. Until May, 1911, when he r...
Brooklyn Daily Times
JAMES CLINCH SMITH WAS NOTED CLUBMAN
16th April 1912
James Clinch Smith is one of the best-known clubmen of Long Island, and a member of one of the oldest Long Island families. He was one of the principal heirs of the late A. T. Stewart, and is said to have received a legacy of $3,000,000 from the Ste...
JAMES VIVIAN DREW
 
JAMES VIVIAN DREW

Chicago Inter Ocean
JAY YATES, GAMBLER, ONE OF THE HEROES
21st April 1912
Goes to His Death With Sinking Titanic After Helping Women and Children to Safety—Sends Good-By to Mother Special Dispatch to The Inter Ocean New York, April 20—That Jay Yates, gambler, confidence man...
JEAN NEGULESCO'S TITANIC IN A FRENCH MAGAZINE
Film Complet
JEAN NEGULESCO'S TITANIC IN A FRENCH MAGAZINE
1955
New York Times
JEAN SCHARIN ENGAGED
22nd February 1946
Chicago Girl Will Be Married to Edward Cudahy Spalding ---- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- CHICAGO, Feb. 21---Announce has been made by Mrs. J. Hippach Unander Scharin of this city of the eengagement [sic] of her daught...
JENNIE DROPKIN MATLIN AND HUSBAND MAX MATLIN
 
JENNIE DROPKIN MATLIN AND HUSBAND MAX MATLIN

Portrait of Titanic 3rd Class passenger Jennie Dropkin and her husband Max....
JENNIE DROPKIN MATLIN TOMBSTONE
 
JENNIE DROPKIN MATLIN TOMBSTONE

Jersey Journal
JERSEY CITY MAN AND BROTHER PERISH
19th April 1912
John Kieran, who boarded with James Tierney at Grove and Second streets perished, along with his brother Phillip, in the wreck of the Titanic. John was 23 years old and was employed as a bartender at 268 Varick Street. He was a citizen of the United ...
Newark Star
JERSEY WOMAN LOST FORTUNE ON TITANIC
25th April 1912
--- NEW YORK, April 24---Mrs. Jane Herman, of Bernardsville, N. J., who was saved, with her daughters, when the Titanic foundered, but whose husband, Samuel Herman, was drowned, lost all she had in the world in that disaster. He...
New York Times
JESSE STRAUS TO HURRY HOME
20th April 1912
CHERBOURG, April 19---On the steamer Amerika, which arrived to-day from New York, were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Straus, son and daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Straus, who lost their lives in the sinking of the Titanic. News of the di...
JESSIE LEITCH'S STORY
Chicago Tribune
JESSIE LEITCH'S STORY
21st April 1912
TELLS MISS LEITCH'S STORY     Nana Harper, the 6 year old daughter of Dr. John Harper, who was on his way to Chicago to preach at the Moody church will return to England...
Philadelphia Inquirer
JOHN B. JACK THAYER III:OBITUARY
23rd September 1945
J.B. THAYER, 3D, ENDS LIFE IN AUTO John B. Thayer, 3d, financial vice president of the University of Pennsylvania and a member of an old Philadelphia family, who had been reported missing since Wednesday, was found d...
JOHN BORLAND THAYER
 
JOHN BORLAND THAYER

JOHN BOURKE - SCHOOL REGISTER ENTRY
 
JOHN BOURKE - SCHOOL REGISTER ENTRY
24th September 1878
John Bourke attended Rathkell School in Addergoole Parish. He was one of fourteen people from the parish who boarded RMS Titanic in Steerage...
New York Times
JOHN BRADLEY CUMINGS
16th April 1912
John Bradley Cumings, a member of the brokerage firm of Cumings & Marckwald, 30 Wall Street, came to this city ten years ago from Boston, where he was brought up and where he held a position with Estabrook & Co. Mrs. Cumings, who is with him, was Fl...
JOHN COTTER, HARBOR PILOT FOR QUEENSTOWN
 
JOHN COTTER, HARBOR PILOT FOR QUEENSTOWN

Peter Gauthier
To all who are interested in John Cotter, Harbor Pilot for Queenstown My name is Peter Gauthier and I am the Great, Great Grandson of said John Cotter. Specifically, one of his daughters Maggie or Margaret, who my mother is named ...
JOHN GEORGE PHILLIPS
Lectures pour Tous
JOHN GEORGE PHILLIPS
1912
As imagined by 'Lectures pour tous', July 1912...
Somerset Standard
JOHN GILL
1912
The John Gill, one of the Titanic victims, whose body was recovered the other day, was late chauffeur to the Rev. C R Braithwaite, vicar of Hewish St Ann, near Puxton. He met his death exactly two months after his wedding day. He left his bride with ...
New York Times
JOHN HARDY
10th October 1953
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NEW PROVIDENCE, N. J., Oct. 9---John Hardy of 71 Gales Drive, who was chief steward of second class accommodations on the Titanic, died on Wednesday at the home of his son, Ronald M. Hardy, in Maplewood...
Newark Evening News
JOHN HARDY DIES AT 82
8th October 1953
New Providence Resident Survived the Sinking of Liner Titanic --- John Hardy of 71 Gales drive, New Providence, who was chief steward of the second class accommodations aboard the White Star liner Titanic when it sank in 1912, died yest...
Unidentified Encyclopædia
JOHN HARPER

Aguilla Webb
[Extract] John Harper, the newly called pastor of Moody Church in the early 1900's, manifested his Christian character in the sinking of the Titanic. Dr. W. B. Riley related the death of Harper. "We have the history of John Harper's en...
Chicago Examiner
JOHN HUGO ROSS AMONG THOSE NOT RESCUED
19th April 1912
J. H. ROSS EXPECTED.      One of the Titanic victims was to visit Dr. Hugh H. Perry, 9515 Commercial avenue, the latter part of this week.  He was J. Hugo Ross, cousin of Dr. Perry and a wealthy re...
New York Times
JOHN J. ASTOR 5TH, 79; SON OF BUILDER OF HOTEL
27th June 1992
John Jacob Astor 5th, a descendant of one of America's most fabled merchant princes, died yesterday at his home in Miami Beach. He was 79 years old. His death was reported by two of his cousins, R. Thornton Wilson, and Stephen Spencer,...
New York Times
JOHN JACOB ASTOR 3D, 21, COMES INFO VAST FORTUNE
15th August 1933
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 14---John Jacob Astor, whose father lost his life in the Titanic disaster twenty-one years ago, reached his majority today and came into possession of the fortune left by his father...
JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV
Unidentified Newspaper
JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV
17th April 1912
From an unidentified French paper...
JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV (1)
Le Petit Journal
JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV (1)
17th April 1912
Journal
JOHN JOSEPH DIAPER-CREW
28th February 2010
Geoff Knight
Family historians uncover story of ‘lost’ Titanic survivor ...
JOHN KENNEDY
Limerick Leader
JOHN KENNEDY
1912
Survived Titanic to Die of Anthrax...
Newspaper
JOHN LAW HUME BIOGRAPHY;RMS TITANIC 'THE FIRST VIOLIN' BY YVONNE HUME
27th March 2011
Donna White
I have just come across this article from the Sunday Mail in Scotland. This seems to be a fascinating book as it is written by a close relative, I can't wait to read the whole book. ...
External Site
Daily Mining Gazette
JOHN M. DAVIS, 45, FORMER C.C. MAN, PASSES IN DETROIT
17th December 1951
Page 2 John M. Davis, 45, a former Copper Country man, died suddenly in Detroit Sunday morning, according to word received here. Born in England, he came to the United States with his mother, being one of the survivors of th...
 
JOHN MORROGH'S ESCAPE DIARY
23rd April 2004
A companion piece to "Titanic: The Last Photograph" by Senan Molony "IT ALL happened because 45-50 of us argued with a German divisi...
JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN
Je Sais Tout
JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN
15th April 1913
From 'Je Sais Tout', 15 April 1913...
JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN (1)
 
JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN (1)

Portrait of the great financier, industrialist and shipowner....
JOHN PILLSBURY SNYDER GRAVESTONE
 
JOHN PILLSBURY SNYDER GRAVESTONE

Snyder Gravestone...
JOHN PILLSBURY SNYDER HEASTONE
 
JOHN PILLSBURY SNYDER HEASTONE

John Pillsbury Snyder Headstone...
JOHN QUINN: A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY
 
JOHN QUINN: A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

John Quinn was born in Belfast on 3rd March 1876 the son of a shoemaker, he was one of ...
JOHN STARR MARCH HEADSTONE, EVERGREEN CEMETERY
 
JOHN STARR MARCH HEADSTONE, EVERGREEN CEMETERY

memorial marker...
Oxford Illustrated
JOHN WESLEY WOODWARD
24th April 1912
MR WOODWARD was the youngest son of Mrs Woodward of Headington, and a brother of Mr. T. W. Woodward, the well-known tenor singer of Magdalen College Choir, living in Oakthorpe Road, Oxford. Mr. Wesley Woodward left Oxford about a fortnight ago to joi...
JONATHAN SHEPHERD
 
JONATHAN SHEPHERD

 
JONES ADMIRATION FOR COUNTESS OF ROTHES

Jones apparently admired the Countess of Rothes very much indeed. In fact he later presented her with the brass number plate of the boat and in later years they maintained a correspondence. The countess's cousin Miss Gladys Cherry was also in ...
JOSEF PERUSCHITZ
 
JOSEF PERUSCHITZ

From an unidentified German paper...
Mid Cumberland and Westmoreland Herald
JOSEPH BELL
20th April 1912
The Chief Engineer was Joseph Bell, son of the late Mr. John Bell, who at one time farmed at Farlam, but subsequently lived for many years in retirement at Bishoptown, Carlisle, before going to Bristol, where he died a few years ago. The latter was a...
 
JOSEPH GROVES BOXHALL - RADIO INTERVIEW
October 1962
Joseph Boxhall  Radio Interview, October 1962 Transcribed by Capt. Charles B. Weeks and Cathy Akers-Jordan On that Sunday night the, 14th, of April, along with ...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
JOY AND SADNESS COME WITH NEWS
20th April 1912
Happiness or Gloom Seizes Ohio Relatives of Titanic Passengers Memorial Services to be Held for Youngstown Business Man Gladness mingled with grief yesterday when word came that two persons mourned by relatives in Clev...
New York Times
JUDGMENT FOR $266,249 LOAN
4th February 1909
Judgment for $266,249 was entered by default yesterday against John D. Baumann & Co., a New York corporation, in favor of Charles G., Hugh L., Herbert R., and William R. Arbuthnot, merchants of London. The judgment was entered for amounts claimed as ...
Chicago Tribune
JUDY MAY GET STAR 'MOLLY BROWN' ROLE
23rd January 1962
Hedda Hopper
LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD Judy May Get Star 'Molly Brown' Role Hollywood, Jan. 22---Judy Garland will star in 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown,' if Freddie Fields get...
Variety
JULES BRULATOUR DIES AT 76 IN NEW YORK; PIONEER OF FILM BIZ
23rd October 1946
Jules E. Brulatour, 76, film business pioneer, who for four years had been distributor of raw stock for Eastman Kodak, died Saturday night (26) at Mt. Sinai hospital, N.Y., after an illness of about a month. His wife, former actress Hope Hamilton, wa...
New York Times
JURY FREES MISS EDITH ROSENBAUM
29th March 1918
Miss Edith Rosenbaum, a fashion writer, was acquitted yesterday by a jury in Judge Mayer's Part of the Federal District Court of a charge of having failed to declare a number of evening gowns, which she brought here from France last June. The in...
JUST AS THE SHIP WENT DOWN - A SONG OF THE SEA
 
JUST AS THE SHIP WENT DOWN - A SONG OF THE SEA
1912
1912 Titanic Song by Edith Maida Lessing, sheet music and recording....
Toronto Daily Star
JUST BEFORE SMASH HAYS SAID DISASTER
19th April 1912
Canadian Press Despatch New York, April 19.---Col Gracie, U. S. A. who was the sole survivor of those who went down with the Titanic, and was rescued, gave this remarkable statement last night:...
Chicago Tribune
JUST MISSED TITANIC'S FATE: TEUTONIC VEERS OFF ICEBERG
28th October 1913
JUST MISSED TITANIC'S FATE: TEUTONIC VEERS OFF ICEBRG By Quick Reversal of Engines and with Helm Hard Aport Liner Grazes Huge...
New York Times
KARL H. BEHR
16th April 1912
Karl H. Behr, one of the foremost tennis players in this country, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behr of 777 Madison Avenue. He is a lawyer at 40 Wall Street, having been admitted to the bar soon after his graduation from Yale in 1905. Mr. Behr wh...
New York Times
KARL H. BEHR DIES; DILLON, READ AIDE
16th October 1949
Page 87, column 3 Vice President of Banking Firm for 24 Years Once Known as Leading Tennis Player. Karl H. Behr, vice president of Dillon, Read & Co., bankers, 28 Nassau Street, who was one of the country's leading tenni...
KATE HERMAN IN 1913
 
KATE HERMAN IN 1913

portrait...
 
KATE PHILLIPS' DAUGHTER'S STORY (CONCEIVED ON TITANIC CLAIM)

Submitted by Senan Molony...
KEARSLEY/CHRIST CHURCH HOSPITAL
 
KEARSLEY/CHRIST CHURCH HOSPITAL

Final home of Maud Van Billiard...
Southern Evening Echo
KEEPING IN TOUCH
4th September 1964
FIFTY-TWO years ago, Titanic survivor Mr Ernest Allen, of 40 Salisbury Road, Highfield, Southampton was a stoker in the ill-fated Titanic. Today at 72 years of age, he is still stoking and at the Ordnance Survey Office, London Road, Southampton, cont...
KEEPING TRACK OF A MAIDEN VOYAGE
Titanica!
KEEPING TRACK OF A MAIDEN VOYAGE
20th February 2007
Samuel Halpern
On Thursday the 11th of April 1912, the RMS Titanic departed Queenstown on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic ocean to New York. About 2:20 PM GMT, she took departure from the Daunt’s Rock light vessel, and pro...
New York Times
KEMPNER-GUGGENHEIM
21st June 1921
Sigmund M. Kempner, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kempner of 305 West End Avenue, and Miss Barbara H. Guggenheim, a daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, were married yesterday afternoon in the Ritz-Carlton ballroom and the receptio...
Kerry Sentinel
KERRY SURGEON ON TITANIC
27th April 1912
Dr Wm F N O'Loughlin, the senior Surgeon of the S.S. Titanic, and who went down with that great steamer on the morning of the 15th inst, was born in Tralee. He was second son of the late Mr William O'Loughlin, and some of the older inhabitants may re...
New York Times
KING TO TITANIC SURVIVOR
12th July 1913
Asks Stewardess He Meets About the Saving of Passengers --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, July 11---The King and Queen paid Liverpool a visit to-day in the course of their La...
KIRKLAND FAMILY GRAVESTONE
 
KIRKLAND FAMILY GRAVESTONE

Gravestone...
KNORR
 
KNORR

The Research Ship Knorr, from which the wreck of the Titanic was discovered, 1st September, 1985The vessel is pictured at Woods Hole, Massachusetts in October 1999....
KRINS FAMILLY TOMBSTONE IN SPA CEMETERY (BELGIUM)
 
KRINS FAMILLY TOMBSTONE IN SPA CEMETERY (BELGIUM)

 ...
Chicago Sun-Times
KUP'S COLUMN
31st July 1956
Irv Kupcinet
". . . . Almost as soon as the news of the sinking of the Andrea Doria was flashed to the world, 20th Century-Fox decided to reissue its epic of a sea drama, "Titanic," story of the maritime disaster of 44 years ago. . . . "...
Brooklyn Daily Times
L. I. YACHTSMEN WILL MISS FREDERICK M. HOYT
17th April 1912
Frederick M. Hoyt, broker and yachtsman, was one of the passengers who is believed to have gone down with the ship. His offices are at 45 Broadway and his city home at 112 East Seventy-third street, Manhattan. He has a beautiful summe...
Chicago Examiner
LA FRANCE, NEWEST LINER, HAS CONSORT
22nd April 1912
La Touraine Guards Her on Maiden Trip Special Cable to the Examiner Paris, April 21---La France, the newest and largest French transatlantic liner, left Havre today on her maiden voyage to...
LA GARE MARITIME (WITH NOMADIC AND TRAFFIC ALONGSIDE)
 
LA GARE MARITIME (WITH NOMADIC AND TRAFFIC ALONGSIDE)

Chicago Daily News
LA TOURAINE IN COMMUNICATION WITH THE TITANIC
16th April 1912
Havre, France, April 16--La Touraine ws in communication with the Titanic the afternoon of April 12.  The Presse Nouvelle quotes the captain of La Touraine as saying that he sent a wireless  dispatch reporting the presence of icebergs...
LADY DUFF GORDON
 
LADY DUFF GORDON
1904
Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon wearing a pair of 18th century emerald and pearl cross-shaped earrings that were lost in the sinking of the Titanic. They were Duff Gordon family heirlooms given to her by her husband as a present on their wedding in 1900. The ...
Dallas Times-Herald
LADY DUFF GORDON, LEADING LONDON MODISTE, IS DEAD
22nd April 1935
obituary...
New York Times
LADY DUFF GORDON, STYLE EXPERT, DIES
22nd April 1935
Pioneer in Bringing Freedom to Women's Fashions Headed Chain of Garment Shops --- COINED DRESS TERM 'CHIC' --- First Split Skirt and Manikin Show Credited to Her---She Had Stores in Three Countries --- Wirele...
Denver Post
LADY DUFF-GORDON AND HUSBAND AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
New York, April 17--When the first passenger list of the Titanic was published in Monday's papers there was much curiosity over the identity of "Mr. and Mrs. Morgan," who were named as among those on board. The reporters on duty at the offices of the...
Denver Post
LADY DUFF-GORDON TELLS OF SINKING OF GREAT LINER
19th April 1912
Lady Duff-Gordon dictated the following: I was asleep. The night was perfectly clear. I was awakened by a long grinding sort of shock. It was not a tremendous crash, but more as though someone had drawn a giant finger all along the side of the boat. ...
The Times
LADY HARLAND'S WILL
10th February 1912
Dame Rosa Matilda Harland, of Baroda, House Kensington Palace-gardens, W., who died at Tunbridge Wells on October 21, daughter of Mr. Thomas Wann, of Vermont, Belfast, and widow of Sir Edward Harland, Bt., M.P. for North Belf...
The Times
LADY PIRRIE
20th June 1935
WIDOW OF THE GREAT SHIPBUILDER --- Viscountess Pirrie, widow of the famous Belfast shipbuilder and shipowner, died yesterday at her home in Carlos Place, W., at the age of 78. She was Margaret Montgomer...
New York Times
LADY PIRRIE DEAD; HEADED SHIP FIRM
20th June 1935
Widow of Belfast Builder of Many Vessels Succeeded Him in Control of Concern --- ADVISED HIM FOR YEARS --- He Had Often Publicly Paid High Tribute to Her Assistance---Daughter of Professor --- LONDON, June 19...
New York Times
LADY PIRRIE MAY HEAD HARLAND & WOLFF, THE GREAT BRITISH SHIPBUILDING FIRM
17th July 1924
Copyright, 1924, by The New York Times Company --- By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 16---It is the general belief in shipping circles that Lady Pirrie will assume the post of President of the great shipbu...
Wells Journal
LADY'S PRAISE OF A TITANIC SEAMAN
30th May 1912
One of the able seamen on the Titanic, Thomas Jones, a native of Anglesey has received the following letter from New York:- ''I feel I must write and tell you how splendidly you took charge of our boat on the fatal night. There were on...
Chicago Examiner
LAKE SHIP FLAGS LOWERED

Placed at Half-Mast in Memory of President J. B. Thayer Duluth, April 20--Flags were placed at half-mast on all ships of the Anchor Line in the harbor here today, out of respect for President J. B. Thayer of that lin...
Newark Evening News
LAKEWOOD INQUIRIES
16th April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS LAKEWOOD, April 16---Included among the first cabin passengers on the Titanic were Mrs. A. T. Compton, her daughter, Miss S. W. Compton, and her son, A. T. Compton Jr., of Lakewood and New York. The last-na...
Worcester Evening Gazette
LANDING MOST PATHETIC SIGHT
20th April 1912
New York, April 19. Worcester Evening Gazette. Worcester, Mass. Have just left Cunard docks after witnessing arrival of Titanic's rescued passengers on the Carpathia. It was the most pathetic and tr...
Chicago Evening Post
LAPLAND WILL REPLACE TITANIC AS MAIL SHIP
17th April 1912
The Post office Department has made arrangements for the substitution of the steamer Lapland for the Titanic, in carrying mails to Europe from New York City....
 
LAST CONTACT WITH TITANIC?

Pete Morrall
Was Jack Mew the last man to have contact with Titanic before she left Southampton?...
LAST KNOWN PHOTOGRAPH OF CAPTAIN SMITH
 
LAST KNOWN PHOTOGRAPH OF CAPTAIN SMITH
11th April 1912
LAST LAP OF THE LARGEST
Titanica!
LAST LAP OF THE LARGEST
12th February 2010
Senan Molony
APRIL tenth, 1912 – A day tinged with sadness for the RMS Olympic. She put in to New York for the last time as the Ship of Superlatives, or so she thought. The next White Star Line leviathan to dock here wou...
Unidentified Newspaper
LAST MALE SURVIVOR OF TITANIC DIES
2nd February 2001
One of the last known survivors of the Titanic, Michel Navratil, has died in southern France at the age of 92. He was just three years old when the ship hit an iceberg in the north Atlantic and sank shortly before midnight on 14 April 1912. ...
The Times
LAST VOYAGE OF THE OLYMPIC
12th October 1935
 CIVIC RECEPTION ON BOARD AT JARROW The liner Olympic (45,439 tons gross) sailed from Southampton last evening on her last voyage to Jarrow, where she is to be broken up. Among the hundred people who waved the liner farewell were a ...
Daily Chronicle
LAST WILL & TESTAMENT LOST ON TITANIC
23rd July 1912
In the High Court of Justice Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division (Before the Rt. Hon. Samuel Evans, President) In the goods of S. S. Jacobsohn, deceased. page 3 This was a motion by a wid...
New York Times
LATEST DEALINGS IN REALTY FIELD
11th June 1911
Lady Duff Gordon, who some months ago opened a dressmaking establishment at 17 West Thirty-sixth Street under the name of "Lucile," has leased from the Robert Goelet estate the building at 34 and 36 East Fifty-first Street. [Note: This par...
LAUNCH OF THE OLYMPIC - 1910
 
LAUNCH OF THE OLYMPIC - 1910
29th October 1910
From L'Illustration, 29 October 1910...
LAUNCH OF THE OLYMPIC - 1910 (1)
 
LAUNCH OF THE OLYMPIC - 1910 (1)
29th October 1910
From L'Illustration, 29 October 1910...
The Times
LAURELS ON STEAD'S OCEAN GRAVE
1st August 1913
The Franconia stopped on Sunday over the place where the Titanic went down, whilst wreaths of laurel, picked in the garden of the late Mr Stead, were cast to the sea. ...
The Gazette (Montreal)
LAURENTIC IS HERE
8th May 1909
The Gazette, Montreal, 8 May 1909 Maiden Voyage Upholds the Satisfactory Results Achieved on Trial Trip --- AN EPOCH IN SHIPPING --- P...
Worcestershire Chronicle
LAW AND POLICE
20th October 1902
Shortly before midnight on Saturday a dock labourer named William Mintram, living at Southampton, went home the worse for drink, and a quarrel ensued between him and his wife, in which, it is said, he picked up a bread knife and stabbed her thr...
The Times
LAWN TENNIS: THE INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
16th July 1907
Page 12 Keen interest was shown yesterday in the Doubles match at Wimbledon between Australasia and America, for had the former succeeded in adding another win to their dual win of Saturday, they would have qualified to play the holder...
 
LEAD KINDLY LIGHT

The Hymn "Lead Kindly Light" was one of those sung at the hymn service lead by Revd. Ernest Courtenay Carter. Verses 1-3 were written in 1833 by John Henry Newman (1801-1890). While traveling in Italy as a young priest...
LEADBELLY : THE TITANIC
 
LEADBELLY : THE TITANIC
15th October 1948
Huddie Ledbetter - Leadbelly
Blues singer/songwriter Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Leadbelly, was born in Mooringsport, Louisiana in 1885. Leadbelly remarked in th...
New York Times
LEAPED FROM LINER AT SEA TO SAVE MAN
9th May 1913
Majestic's First Officer Dived Overboard after Coal Trimmer Who Attempted Suicide --- BUT LIFEBOAT MADE RESCUE --- Gift from Passengers for Officer's Deed--Another of Crew who Sought Death Successful --- The ...
The Evening Post
LEAPS FROM LINER'S DECK.
20th April 1912
Major Walker Takes His Life at Sea   ...
Chicago Daily Journal
LEAPS FROM THE SHIP
19th April 1912
Charles Williams, the racquet coach at Harrow, England, who is the professional champion of the world , was coming to New York to defend his title, said he was in the smoking room when the boat struck.  He rushed out, saw the iceberg, whic...
New York Times
LEGAL NOTICE
24th May 1910
SUPREME COURT-STATE OF NEW YORK, New York County.---In the matter of the Petition of LUCILE, LIMITED, for authority to change its name to LUCILE, LIMITED, NEW YORK AND PARIS.--Notice is hereby given that Lucile, Limited, a corporation organized ...
The London Gazette
LEGAL NOTICE OF THE RETIREMENT OF THOMAS ISMAY
8th January 1892
The London Gazette, Issue 26243, 8 January 1892.  NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Thomas Henry Ismay, William Imrie, William Samuel Graves,...
LEICESTER SQUARE, PENSHURST, KENT. HOMEPLACE OF NELLIE BARBER
 
LEICESTER SQUARE, PENSHURST, KENT. HOMEPLACE OF NELLIE BARBER

Denver Post
LENA STOIBER ROOD SEEKS HUSBAND BY ADVERTISING
6th May 1912
He Was On Titanic - She Hopes He May Have Escaped Death. Hoping against hope that her husband, Hugh Rood may have by some chance escaped death in the Titanic disaster, Mrs. Lena Stoiber Rood is making every effort to locate him, if he ...
Unknown
LEST WE FORGET
1912
Marie G. Young
by Marie G. Young - A Survivor of the Titanic Miss Marie G. Young, Former Music Teacher at the White House, Rescued From the Titanic, Describes the Sufferings of Some of the Survivors Six months have elapsed since the ...
LET THE RECORD SPEAK FOR ITSELF!
ET Comment
LET THE RECORD SPEAK FOR ITSELF!
7th December 2006
Senan Molony
THERE is an old adage that the argument is not always about ‘what the argument is about.’ This is a case in point. Three commentators of common interest have decided to fight the validity of Hugh Woolner’s evidence to the US Titan...
 
LETTER TO HIS SON FRANK, WRITTEN ON BOARD AND POSTED AT QUEENSTOWN
11th April 1912
Dear Frank, I hope that you got to Belfast all right and started work on time, I got your wire from Liverpool. We have made a good run from Southampton everything working A1, we nearly had a collision with the New York and Oceanic when ...
 
LETTER FROM CAPTAIN SMITH'S WIDOW
6th June 1912
Woodhead Winn Road Southampton Telephone 1400 Dear Frank, I'm sorry to be so long in answering your letter and picture of your family which I am pleased to have. What a lovely outlook from your home. By the "Olympi...
 
LETTER FROM F.D. MILLET AND THE NEW BEDFORD LIBRARY
6th February 1912
John Lamoreau
A letter written by F.D. Millet shortly before he left on a trip to Rome early in 1912. In the letter he discusses his plans for painting murals for the New Bedford Public Library in Massachusetts that was being remodeled. In the letter he mention...
 
LETTER FROM FRASER'S DAUGHTER
1991
''I was only two years old at the time and my brother six weeks old, my mother died at the age of forty-nine. When war was declared my brother James choose to serve in the Navy. After a short training at HMS Collingwood, I think I am correct in sa...
 
LETTER FROM JACK BUTTERWORTH
1912
Prior to leaving on the Titanic, Jack had been courting his fiancee (a Miss May Hinton of Woolston, Southampton) and they had agreed to become engaged. Jack wrote the following letter (actual letter see next column) which was posted at Queenstown: (n...
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express
LETTER FROM MR. H. P. HODGES
20th April 1912
Mr. Hector Young, hon. secretary of the Newtown Ward Conservative Association, received a letter from Mr. H. P. Hodges, the well-known Southampton tradesman, dated April 10th who was a passenger on the ill-fated Titanic, returning thanks for an expre...
 
LETTER FROM RICHARD GILL TO THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA
24th July 1912
To The Provincial Secretary Halifax. Nova Scotia July 24 1912 I Richard Gill of Joy House Cougresbury In the County of Somers...
 
LETTER FROM SARAH GILL TO THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA

Stamp: RECEIVED Mrs. J. Gill AUG 3 1912 3 Griffin Road Provincial Secretary's Clevedon Office Somerset E...
 
LETTER FROM STAGG TO HIS WIFE
1912
Dear Bertie, Just a few lines to let you know I arrived on board all right but what a day we have had of it, it's been nothing but work all day long but I can tell you nothing as regards what people I have for nothing will be settled ...
 
LETTER FROM THE DIOCESAN VICAR GENERAL TO WILLIAM BYLES
28th August 1912
Bishop's House My dear Mr. Byles, Last mail brought me the obituary card of your dear Rev. Brother; I have prayed for him, but to tell the truth, I am much more inclined to ask him to pray for me, to get through his inte...
 
LETTER FROM THOMAS COOK AND SON.

Forms 31 Tourist and Excursion Offices. 49 Corns St. Reference Slip. Bristol B. 880 ...
LETTER FROM TITANIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEER WILLIAM KELLY TO HIS MOTHER
 
LETTER FROM TITANIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEER WILLIAM KELLY TO HIS MOTHER
10th December 1912
Kelly tells his mother what he thinks of Southampton and some of the Titanic's passengers....
LETTER FROM TITANIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEER WILLIAM KELLY TO JIM DEMPSEY
 
LETTER FROM TITANIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEER WILLIAM KELLY TO JIM DEMPSEY
10th March 1912
A fascinating letter written just one month before Titanic sailed....
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM BYLES TO HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW
21st April 1912
Bernards' Inn Bernardsville, N.J. April 21, 1912 My dear Mamma, Here we are at Bernardsville...went to St. Vincent's Hospital, when we met first some young boys and afterwards some girls who had been on the...
LETTER FROM WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE TO HIS SISTER (2/2)
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE TO HIS SISTER (2/2)
1912
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - QUEENSTOWN
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - QUEENSTOWN
11th April 1912
Letter written on RMS Titanic notepaper from second class passenger William J. Mellors to his mother...
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - SOUTHAMPTON
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - SOUTHAMPTON
10th April 1912
Letter written on RMS Titanic notepaper from second class passenger William J. Mellors to his mother...
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO DOROTHY OCKENDEN
9th May 1912
Richmond County Country Club, N.Y.: ''Dear Dorothy (Ockenden), I was so pleased to receive your letter and to find you had not forgotten me. I had intended writing to you before but I was ashamed of my writing. You see ...
LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER  - RICHMOND COUNTY CLUB
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - RICHMOND COUNTY CLUB
22nd April 1912
New York Monday 22/4/12 c/o Mr. Hale Richmond County Club Dongan Hills Staten Island N.Y. Dear Mother, Just a line to let you know I am getting along much better. ...
 
LETTER RE OFFICER WILDE
4th June 1915
Letter...
 
LETTER SENT BY JOHN HARPER FROM THE TITANIC
11th April 1912
A letter written on board on company notepaper exists it reads: My Dear Brother Young, I am penning you this line just before we get in to Queenstown to assure you that I have not forgotten you and especially all your kindness while w...
 
LETTER TO HIS OLD FRIEND ALFRED PARSONS
11th April 1912
''On board R.M.S. Titanic April 11, 1912. Dear Alfred I got yours this morning and was glad to hear from you. I thought I told you my ship was the Titanic. She has everything but taxicabs and theatres., Table D' Hote, Restau...
 
LETTER WRITTEN BY MISS BRIDGET DELIA HENERY TO MRS. M. S. CURLEY, HER AUNT IN USA
5th April 1912
Clonown, Athlone, Ireland. Friday 5th My Dear Aunt, Just a line to let you know that I am to leave Athlone on Wednesday 10th April. I hope to God that we will get there all right. The ship...
LEWIS HICKMAN
 
LEWIS HICKMAN

New York Times
LEWY BROS., JEWELERS, FAIL
24th November 1925
Settlement Involving $1,400,000 Defeated by Court Action --- Special to The New York Times --- CHICAGO, Nov. 23---An involuntary petition in bankruptcy against Lewy Brothers, Jewelers, filed today in the United States Cour...
Washington Herald
LICENSE ISSUED TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
English Girl Does Not Let Catastrophe Interfere with Her Original Plan --- New York, April 20---Saved from a watery grave when the Titanic was sent to the bottom by a monstrous iceberg, Miss Marion Wright, of Yeovil, Somerset County, En...
The Times
LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES COMMITTEE, 1888
19th November 1888
MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT, 1888.-The first meeting of the comnmittee appointed under the provisions of the "Merchant Shippng (Life-Saving Appliances) Act, 1888," took place at the Board of Trade...
 
LIFEBOAT 3 IS LAUNCHED
15th April 1912
At 1:00 A.M. boat 3 was launched with less than half capacity full....
 
LIFEBOAT 7 IS LAUNCHED
15th April 1912
LIFEBOAT DAVIT
 
LIFEBOAT DAVIT
1987
Remains of one of the Titanic's lifeboat davits....
 
LIFEBOAT SPECIFICATIONS

The design of Titanic's lifeboats was supervised by Chief Ships Draughtsman Roderick Chisholm and the bopats were constructed at the Harland and Wo...
LIFEBOATS DON'T LIE!
Titanica!
LIFEBOATS DON'T LIE!
13th November 2005
Senan Molony
FEWER and fewer revisionists of the Titanic disaster are now making the overt claim that the Mystery Ship seen off the port bow at the time of the sinking was (as the American and British Inquiries stated in 1912) the Leyland Liner ...
LIFEBOATS EXTINGUISHED THEIR LIGHTS!
Titanica!
LIFEBOATS EXTINGUISHED THEIR LIGHTS!
6th December 2011
Senan Molony
Lifeboats from the Titanic extinguished their lights in order not to become attractive beacons for swimmers after the sinking....
LIFEBOATS FROM TITANIC REACH THE CARPATHIA
 
LIFEBOATS FROM TITANIC REACH THE CARPATHIA
15th April 1912
The Times
LIGHTOLLER PROMOTED TO LIEUTENANT, R.N.R.
16th August 1913
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 ADMIRALTY, AUG. 13 ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE In accordance with the Regulatious for the Royal Naval Reserve Engineer M. H. Fisher has been placed on the ...
The Times
LIGHTOLLER'S 'SUNDOWNER' IN LIFEBOAT EMERGENCY
23rd September 1953
Search for 60ft Cabin Cruiser Shipping asked to keep look-out All shipping in the Channel and North Sea has been asked to keep a look-out for the 60ft cabin cruiser "Sundowner," with eight people on board, which Margate ...
The Argus (Melbourne)
LIGHTOLLER'S FORT DENISON ACTIVITY
12th October 1900
SYDNEY, Thursday The antiquated piece of ordnance which surmounts Fort Denison, a short distance from Circular Quay, was charged and fired off before daybreak last Saturday morning.  Who perpetrated such a ...
Worcester Telegram
LIGHTS AID BOATS KEEPING TOGETHER
20th April 1912
New York, April 19.- G.E.H.Stengel of Newark escaped in the only life boat which carried lights. He believes that a number of persons owe their lives to the forethought of a member of the crew who was quickwitted enough to snatch up three green glass...
Washington Times
LIKE AWFUL DREAM, DECLARES WOMAN
19th April 1912
Mrs. Cardeza, of Philadelphia, Tells of Her Experience In Wreck --- NEW YORK, April 19---Among the survivors were Mrs. J. R. Cardeza, her son Thomas, and maid, Annie Ward, all of Philadelphia. "We crashed into the iceberg...
 
LILIAN AUGUSTA GOODWIN BAPTISM
29th May 1904
    When Baptised Child's...
LILLIAN ASPLUND - AGED 5 YEARS
 
LILLIAN ASPLUND - AGED 5 YEARS
1912
Pictured in 1912, after the Titanic disaster which claimed the life of both her father & 3 brothers - Filip (13), Clarence (9)and her twin Carl (5)....
LILLIAN, SELMA AND FELIX ASPLUND 1912
 
LILLIAN, SELMA AND FELIX ASPLUND 1912

Lillian, Selma and Felix Asplund 1912...
LINEN KEEPER ON THE LUSITANIA
 
LINEN KEEPER ON THE LUSITANIA

Lusitania Postcard...
New York Times
LINER DID NOT SPEED, ISMAY DECLARES
19th April 1912
Not the Custom of the White Star Line to Try to Break Records --- TOOK LAST BOAT, HE SAYS --- Awakened by Crash --- Doesn't Know About Bulkheads --- Ship Sank in 2 Hours and 25 Minutes --- ...
LINER FRANCE
 
LINER FRANCE

Souvenir card...
Chicago Daily News
LINER OLYMPIC HITS A WRECK
27th February 1912
Ship Due at Southampton on Its Way To Belfast for Repairs. Belfast, Ireland, Feb. 27---The White Star liner Olympic, which left New York on Wednesday and was due in Southampton today, stru...
Chicago Daily News
LINER PARISIAN ASSISTS IN TASK
15th April 1912
  Another liner, the Parisian, of the Allan company, which sailed from Glasgow for Halifax April 6, is close at hand and assisting in the work of rescue. The Baltic and Virginian also are near the scene and the Olympic apparently ...
Daily Enterprise
LINER'S LAST MOMENTS GRAPHICALLY DESCRIBED
20th April 1912
---------- Palmyra Resident, Titantic's [sic] Barber, Tells of Thrilling Experience; Shock on Striking Iceberg was Slight; Saw Officer Shoot Man Who Tried to Climb Into Life Boat; Two Explosions Occurred ---------- August...
Southern Daily Echo
LINK WITH THE TITANIC: DEATH OF LOOK-OUT MAN AT SOUTHAMPTON
8th August 1913
A notable figure among the survivors of the Titanic has been removed by death at the Sailors' Home at Southampton on Tuesday of Reginald Robinson Lee, on whom an inquest was held by the Borough Coroner (Mr. H. K. Pope) yesterday afternoon. Le...
Hampshire Advertiser
LINK WITH TITANIC - DEATH OF THE LOOK-OUT MAN AT SOUTHAMPTON
9th August 1913
A noticeable figure among the survivors of the Titanic has been removed by the death at the Sailors’ Home Southampton on Tuesday of Reginald Robinson Lee, on whom an inquest was held by the Borough Coroner (Mr. H. K. Pope) on Friday afternoo...
New York Times
LINKS MRS. DICK AND BOXER
17th June 1933
Fiermonte Says He Plans to Wed Former Mrs. Astor --- ROME, Saturday, June 17 (AP)---Signora Tosca Manetti Fiermonte, wife of a boxer, Enzo Fiermonte, now in America, is quoted in an interview in the newspaper Popolo di Roma today to the...
The Times
LIVERPOOL AWARDS TO CARPATHIA CREW
16th December 1912
Page 3Engineers of the Carpathia honoured The Lord Mayor of Liverpool has made various presentations to the engineers and electricians of the Carpathia who gave service on the night of the Titanic disaster. Mr A. Johnsto...
 
LIVERPOOL BRANCH TITANIC RELIEF FUND : RENNY DODDS
13th July 1914
The Hon. Secretary reported that he had been notified of the death of Mrs. Susan Dodds, (Mother) which occurred on the 31st March, 1914, and submitted a letter dated 7th July, 1914, received from Mr. C. M. Shannon, sole executor to the estate of S...
New York Times
LLOYD MOORE WEDS MRS. E. H. PRESTON
8th December 1935
Daughter of Former Senator Hawes of Missouri Bride in Ceremony Here --- Mrs. Eppes Hawes Preston, daughter of former Senator and Mrs. Harry B. Hawes of Missouri, was married to Lloyd Moore of this city, son of the late Clarence Moore of...
Chicago Record-Herald
LLOYDS NEAR TO PANIC
16th April 1912
Exciting scenes were witnessed at Lloyds underwriting rooms yesterday.  Insurance losses in the last six months have been unparalleled in the history of Lloyds in liners of the biggest class.  Since the Olympic collision, both the Del...
LOADING THE REAR BOATS
Titanica!
LOADING THE REAR BOATS
29th May 2008
George Jacub
While working on a major project involving the Titanic, I ran into a snag. I thought I could unravel the problem by examining the order the rear boats were loaded and lowered. The answer helped, though less than I had hoped. But I was sti...
Whitehaven News
LOCAL CONNECTION WITH TITANIC DISASTER
2nd May 1912
The Blackburn Times of the 20th inst. contains the following account of an interview with Mr. James Shepherd, son of the late Mr. Jonathan Shepherd, formerly of Whitehaven, and now residing at Blackburn, whose son, Mr. Jonathan Shepherd, was one of t...
Adams County News
LOCAL INTEREST IN TITANIC LOSS
20th April 1912
Wife of Lutheran Missionary Returning Home with Three Children All Saved in Midnight Transfer to Life Boats Many Gettysburg people are keenly interested in the welfare of four passengers who were o...
Unidentified Newspaper
LOCAL MAN, BRIDE, TITANIC VICTIMS
April 1912
John H. Chapman and Wife met Death, His Body recovered. John H. Chapman, who, with his wife, Elizabeth Chapman, lost his life in the Titanic disaster, was from more than two years a resident of Spokane and was returning here with his b...
San Francisco Bulletin
LOCAL MINING MAN IS ON TITANIC'S DEATH LIST
20th April 1912
Colonel John Weir, a well known mining man of the Pacific Coast, was one of the victims of the Titanic horror. It has been learned by his friends that he took passage on the ill fated steamer on an unexpected trip to California, probably on urgent bu...
North Devon Journal
LOCAL NEWS FOR THE PARISHES IN NORTH DEVON
25th April 1912
Local news of the Titanic...
St. Annes on the Sea Express
LOCAL PASSENGERS
19th April 1912
There were at least three local residents on board the Titanic' Amongst the passengers was Mr. Arthur Gee, who resided at Morningside, Riley Avenue, St. Annes. Mr. Gee represented Messrs. Whitehead, Summer, Harker, and Company, machinery exporters, o...
Oxford Times
LOCAL PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC
20th April 1912
Among those it is feared have lost their lives on the ill-fated vessel, is Mr. Wesley Woodward, of Oxford. Mr. Woodward was the youngest son of Mr. Woodward, of Headington, and a brother of Mr. T. W. Woodward, the well-known tenor singer of Mag...
Unidentified Newspaper
LOCAL PEOPLE MISSING
1912
A number of former residents in this locality were among those on the ill-fated ship. Several were members of her staff. Mr. J. A. Prideaux, of Bournemouth, was one of the stewards, and acted as purser's clerk; he was until quite recently empl...
Cumberland News
LOCAL VICTIMS OF THE DISASTER
20th April 1912
Carlisle and Border men among the Crew Mr. Joseph Bell left the district when a youth to serve his apprenticeship as an engineer at the works of Mr. Robert Stephenson, on Tyneside, which were founded by the famous engineer of that name who inv...
Evanston Daily News
LOCAL WOMAN'S KIN SAVED FROM TITANIC
18th April 1912
Spencer V. Silverthorne, a brother of Mrs. H. H. Harris, 820 Foster street, is among the Titanic passengers that were rescued by the Carpathia. Word to this effect was received today. Mr. Silverthorne who lives in St. Louis, is a buyer fo...
Philadelphia Inquirer
LOIS THAYER OF ROSEMONT; ACTIVE IN COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
26th June 1977
Lois Thayer, 82, a member of a prominent Philadelphia family, died Saturday a the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She lived at 103 Airdale Rd., Rosemont, PA. The former Lois Buchanan Cassatt, she was a great-great-niece of Jame...
Chicago Tribune
LONDON PAPERS ATTACK SMITH
26th April 1912
Several more papers severely attack the American inquiry. The Standard says Senator Smith "is rather less qualified for such a task than any individual picked up in an American street car."  The Morning Post...
Chicago Tribune
LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD
22nd December 1952
Hedda Hopper
“THE TITLE “Nearer My God To Thee” is now definitely “Titanic.” It should have been all along, but 20th Century had to clear it, and that cost a pretty penny. . .”   Chicag...
New York World
LOOKOUT CLAIMS MURDOCH SHOT HIMSELF
21st April 1912
"As we stood there on Collapsible B, each man holding on to his neighbours shoulder fearful every moment that some lurch would send us off again into that icy water, two of the men I knew had been on watch in the crow's nest...
LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE
Titanica!
LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE
30th April 2003
Captain Laurence V. Wade
This paper looks at the role of the lookouts on the Titanic from the eye of an experienced seaman. ...
LORAINE AND TREVOR ALLISON
 
LORAINE AND TREVOR ALLISON

Lloyds Weekly News
LORD CHARLES BERESFORD TRIBUTE TO THE BLACK SQUAD
1912
A fine tribute to the engineers and boiler room staff of the ‘Titanic’, the ’Black Squad’, who stood their posts in the bowels of the ship, to the last, was paid by Lord Charles Beresford in a letter to the Times. He Wrote: - “In the lat...
The Times
LORD PIRRIE - DOMINANT FIGURE IN SHIPBUILDING
9th June 1924
PEACE AND WAR SERVICES ...
New York Times
LORD PIRRIE DIES ON SHIP BOUND HERE
9th June 1924
Head of Harland & Wolff, Shipbuilders, Stricken With Pneumonia --- ON TOUR OF SOUTH AMERICA --- A Leader in the Formation of the International Mercantile Marine --- Viscount Pirrie, head of the famous firm of...
New York Times
LORD PIRRIE NOT RETIRING
15th March 1912
Report That He is Quitting Harland & Wolff is Denied --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, March 14---I am authorized to state that there is absolutely no truth in the statements...
New York Times
LORD PIRRIE OPERATED UPON
23rd February 1912
Belfast Shipbuilder Has Recovered from the Immediate Effects --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, Feb. 22---Lord Pirrie, head of the Belfast shipbuilding firm of Harland & Wolff...
New York Times
LORD PIRRIE TO RETIRE
14th March 1912
His Harland & Wolff Interests Sold to Brown & Co., Report Says --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, March 13---It is reported from Belfast on good authority that Lord Pirrie has intimated his intention not o...
The Times
LORD PIRRIE'S ESTATE
4th April 1925
The RIGHT HON. VISCOUNT PIRRIE, K.P., LL.D. D.Sc., of Witley Park, Godalming, and of Ormiston, Strandtown, Belfast, chairman of Harland and Wolff, Limited, shipbuilders and eng...
The Times
LORD PIRRIE'S WILL
9th May 1925
WILLIAM JAMES, first VISCOUNT PIRRIE, K.P., of Belgrave-square, W., and Witley Park, Surrey, chairman of Harland and Wolff, Belfast, Lord Mayor of Belfast, 1896-97, who died on board ship in t...
New York Times
LORD RIBBLESDALE DEAD; LINE EXTINCT
22nd October 1925
Widow Was the First Wife of the Late John Jacob Astor, Formerly Miss Willing --- BARON LOST SONS IN WAR --- Aristocratic Appearance Drew Compliment From King Edward---Lady Oxford Kin by Marriage --- Copyright...
New York Times
LORD ROTHES AWAITS WIFE
16th April 1912
Was to Have Met Her at Pier When Titanic Arrived --- An intimate friend of Capt. Smith, a prominent shipping man, who was seen at the Plaza last night, said that Capt. Smith had been informed by the White Star Company that he was to ret...
Chicago Examiner
LOSES 9 OF KIN ON TITANIC
9th May 1912
Massachusetts Man Just Learns of Relatives' Deaths Haverhill, Mass., May 8---Thomas N. Watson of this city has just learned that nine of his relatives, including two married sisters and...
Connaught Telegraph
LOSS OF THE TITANIC.
25th May 1912
Flower of Mayo's Youth Sank with Hands Joined on The Titanic Of Fifteen Merry Lads and Colleens Seeking Fortune only Two Arrive The Chicago "Evening World" says:- Of twelve young Irishwomen and girls, two young men and a boy c...
Chicago Tribune
LOSS OF TITANIC PREDICTED - CAPTAIN SMITH
18th April 1912
Capt. Smith Declared to Friends He Would Sink with the Vessel A woman living here whose husband is an officer on the White Star liner Irishman, tells an incident about the steamship Olympic, at the time commanded by ...
Daily Home News
LOST HIS BROTHER ON TITANIC
22nd April 1912
James Van Billings, of South Wales, Pa., and Two Children Lose Lives in Disaster---Brother Here Receives the Sad News ---------- Monroe Van Billings, of this city, this morning received the sad news that his brother, James, and his two ...
LOST IN THE TITANIC
News of the World
LOST IN THE TITANIC
21st April 1912
Hays, Head, Stead, Straus, Guggenheim...
New York Times
LOST TWO IN IROQUOIS FIRE
17th April 1912
Daughters of Rescued Titanic Passenger Killed in Chicago Holocaust --- Special to The New York Times --- CHICAGO, Ill., April 16---Mrs. Ida S. Hippach, wife of L. A. Hippach, manufacturer, of 7,352 Sheridan Road, and Miss ...
LOUIS GARRETT'S TESTIMONY
 
LOUIS GARRETT'S TESTIMONY
22nd January 1982
From the French edition of the Witnesses of Jehovah's journal...
LOUISE LAROCHE AND ACTOR PAUL RUDD IN PARIS
 
LOUISE LAROCHE AND ACTOR PAUL RUDD IN PARIS
1995
Young actor Paul Rudd met Titanic survivor Louise Laroche in October 1995...
LOUISE LAROCHE AT HER HOME
 
LOUISE LAROCHE AT HER HOME
16th April 1997
Louise Laroche pictured on 16 April 1997. Nine months later, she passed away....
LOUISE LAROCHE IN 1996
 
LOUISE LAROCHE IN 1996
19th April 1996
Louise Laroche was the last French Titanic lady. She passed away less than two years after this picture was taken....
LOUISE POPE
 
LOUISE POPE

Louise Kink Pope TIS Convention, Manhattan...
LOUISE'S SHOE WORN OFF TITANIC
 
LOUISE'S SHOE WORN OFF TITANIC

Chicago American
LOUISVILLE DOCTOR, HEIR TO VILLA, DIES ON LOST TITANIC
17th April 1912
Dr. Ernest Moraweck of Louisville was a passenger on the Titanic.  His name appears on the second class passenger list and he has written that he would reach New York on his way home from Europe soon after April 15.  He is not given i...
LOWER AWAY!
Les Petits naufragés du Titanic
LOWER AWAY!
1913
Illustration by G. Dutriac for a novel by Jacquin and Fabre. First French novel on the Titanic (1913) ...
New York Post
LOYAL, SAYS TAFT OF BUTT
19th April 1912
Aide Was Like a Member of His Family, President Declares....
LUCIEN P. SMITH'S DECEMBER BABY
Sphere
LUCIEN P. SMITH'S DECEMBER BABY
28th December 1912
Mary Eloise Smith pregnant on Titanic...
LUCILE AFTERNOON DRESS
 
LUCILE AFTERNOON DRESS
1912
LUCILE CARTER AT NEWPORT
 
LUCILE CARTER AT NEWPORT
1915
LUCILE EVENING GOWN
 
LUCILE EVENING GOWN
1910
LUCILE FROCKS
 
LUCILE FROCKS
April 1912
Lucile frocks.1912...
New York Times
LUCILE GOWNS SEIZED
28th May 1911
All Imported Goods Taken from Lady Duff-Gordon's Establishment --- There was excitement among the half-dozen models from abroad whom Lady Lucy Duff-Gordon recently placed in her fashionable dressmaking establishment, Lucile, Limited, at ...
LUCILE RECEPTION GOWN
 
LUCILE RECEPTION GOWN
1907
LUCILE TEA GOWNS
 
LUCILE TEA GOWNS
1912
New York Times
LUCILE'S CREDITORS FORCE RECEIVERSHIP
21st March 1922
Dressmakers Established by Lady Duff Gordon Owe $175,000, Have $75,000 --- HER $200 A WEEK UNPAID --- General Business Blamed and Report Is Denied of Bad Bills Among Patrons --- Lucile, Ltd., dressmakers, 19 East Fifty-f...
South Bucks Standard
LUCILLE CARTER : LOCAL CHAT
18th April 1912
Amongst the passengers on the ill-fated “Titanic” were Miss Lucille Carter (a pupil at Wycombe Abbey) and her parents, and brother. Happily their names appear in the list of the saved. ...
Chicago Record-Herald
LUCK SAVES MORGAN
19th April 1912
Financier Booked for Titanic, Taking Fricks' Place, but Changed His Mind Accident Spares Another Special to the Record-Herald New York, April 18--Associates of J. P. Morgan today related...
LUCY DUFF GORDON AND HER PEKINGESE, 'FLEURETTE,' PHOTOGRAPHED BY GENTHE
 
LUCY DUFF GORDON AND HER PEKINGESE, 'FLEURETTE,' PHOTOGRAPHED BY GENTHE
1919
LUCY DUFF GORDON IN 1910
 
LUCY DUFF GORDON IN 1910
1910
Paparazzi news photo of Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon arriving for a dinner party in her honor at the Waldorf Astoria, January 1910....
LUCY DUFF GORDON IN 1915
 
LUCY DUFF GORDON IN 1915
1915
Lucy Christiana, Lady Duff Gordon photographed by Ira L. Hill, New York, Jan. 1915...
LUCY DUFF GORDON, PHOTO BY MARTIN
 
LUCY DUFF GORDON, PHOTO BY MARTIN
1910
LUCY DUFF GORDON, PORTRAIT BY RITA MARTIN, LONDON
 
LUCY DUFF GORDON, PORTRAIT BY RITA MARTIN, LONDON
1910
LUCY, LADY DUFF GORDON, PHOTOGRAPHED BY CAMPBELL, NEW YORK
 
LUCY, LADY DUFF GORDON, PHOTOGRAPHED BY CAMPBELL, NEW YORK
1910
LUIGI GATTI AND FAMILY
 
LUIGI GATTI AND FAMILY

LUSITANIA ICEBERG
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
LUSITANIA ICEBERG
11th May 1915
Original Caption:...
BBC
LUSITANIA REMEMBERED AT MERSEYSIDE MARITIME MUSEUM
7th May 2011
A memorial service to mark the 96th anniversary of the sinking of the Liverpool liner, Lusitania, has taken place at Merseyside Maritime Museum. A German submarine torpedo sank the Cunard vessel off Kinsale, Ireland, on 7 May 1915, killing 1,200 people....
External Site
New York Times
MACY & CO. EMPLOYES GIVE STRAUS TABLET
9th June 1913
Bronze Memorial of Husband and Wife Who Died on Titanic Unveiled at the Store --- SPEAKERS PAY TRIBUTES --- Justice Greenbaum and Mrs. Sulzberger Among Those Who Praise Their Lives and Heroic Deaths --- A bro...
MADELEINE ASTOR
 
MADELEINE ASTOR
1911
MADELEINE ASTOR FORCE
Le Petit Journal
MADELEINE ASTOR FORCE
17th April 1912
MADELEINE ASTOR WITH STEPSON VINCENT
 
MADELEINE ASTOR WITH STEPSON VINCENT
1915
Vincent Astor (left) with his stepmother Madeleine, photographed at a circa 1915 public event (believed to be the opening of the Astor Cup Race)....
MADELEINE FORCE ASTOR RIDING IN CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK CITY
 
MADELEINE FORCE ASTOR RIDING IN CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK CITY
1914
MADELEINE NEWELL AT SMITH COLLEGE , GRADUATE PHOTO
 
MADELEINE NEWELL AT SMITH COLLEGE , GRADUATE PHOTO
1907
MAGGIE DALY
 
MAGGIE DALY
1912
Missing Survivor...
Rutherford Republican
MAIL CLERKS DIED BRAVELY
20th April 1912
Worked in Two Feet of Water to Save Registered Mail on Titanic ---------- The families of the three sea postal clerks who died like heroes on the Titanic will each received $2,000 if Congress complies with a recommendation made this wee...
Washington Herald
MAJ. BUTT IS PAID TRIBUTE BY MASONS
18th April 1912
Scottish Rite Order Respects Memory of Aid to President Reported Drowned --- The ceremonies incident to the conferring of the thirtieth degree of Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, last night upon a large class of candi...
Washington Herald
MAJ. BUTT TOLD FRIENDS HE HAD FEAR OF MISHAP
17th April 1912
Remarks of the President's Aid Before Going Abroad Are Recalled --- President Taft yesterday made earnest efforts to obtain news of Maj. Archibald Butt, his military aid. He communicated two or three times with the White Star offices i...
Washington Herald
MAJ. BUTT' S PLACE NOT YET FILLED
21st April 1912
President Taft Has Not Asked War Department to Fill Vacancy as Chief Aid --- President Taft has not yet asked the War Department to detail a chief White House aid to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Maj. Butt. The War Department ...
MAJOR A. G. PEUCHEN, TORONTO
The Globe
MAJOR A. G. PEUCHEN, TORONTO
16th April 1912
Cabin Passenger on Titanic...
MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT
 
MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT

From 'Sinking of the Titanic'...
MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT STUDIO PORTRAIT
 
MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT STUDIO PORTRAIT

From 'The Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters'...
MAJOR ARCHIBALD W. BUTT
Le Petit Journal
MAJOR ARCHIBALD W. BUTT
17th April 1912
MAJOR ARCHIBALD W. BUTT, U.S.A.
Public Ledger
MAJOR ARCHIBALD W. BUTT, U.S.A.
17th April 1912
MAJOR ARCHIBALD WILLINGHAM BUTT
 
MAJOR ARCHIBALD WILLINGHAM BUTT
1908
MAJOR ARCHIBALD WILLINGHAM BUTT (1)
 
MAJOR ARCHIBALD WILLINGHAM BUTT (1)
1909
MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN AT THE US INQUIRY
 
MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN AT THE US INQUIRY
23rd April 1912
Awaiting His Opportunity To Testify...
Unidentified Newspaper
MAJOR BUTT MADE HIS WILL IN FEAR OF DEATH
19th April 1912
Mysteriously Warned That He Might Die on His Trip To and From Europe A mysterious warning that he would meet death on his trip abroad came to Major Archibald Butt before he left Washington. Six weeks ago, when the major determined on a European trip ...
Washington Times
MAJOR BUTT'S MEMORY HONORED BY MASONS
18th April 1912
The memory of Major Arcxhibald Butt, believed to be among those who went down with the Titanic, was honored last night at a meeting of Robert de Bruce Council, Kinights of Kadosh, No. 1 of Ancient and accepted Scottish Rite Masons. Cap...
New York Times
MAJOR BUTT'S SUIT A WONDER
3rd March 1912
Sails Away in it for Rome, the Envy of the Ship ---------- Major Archibald Butt, military aid [sic] to the President of the United States, sailed yesterday for Europe on the North German Lloyd liner Berlin for a rest in a suit...
 
MAJOR PEUCHEN

The Peuchen Family plot in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Also buried here are his brother and sister. To visit, enter cemetery via east side of Mount Pleasant Road....
The Evening Telegram
MAJOR PEUCHEN : AGONIZED WAITING IN TORONTO FOR THE SHIP THAT PASSED IN THE NIGHT
16th April 1912
Major Arthur G. Peuchen, 599 Jarvis street, whose name appears in the list of survivors, is well known in business and military circles in Toronto....
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND A STAR REPORTER
Toronto Daily Star
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND A STAR REPORTER
23rd April 1912
"Major A. G. Peuchen on his arrival in Toronto, after his rescue from the Titanic.  He is facing the reader, and was snapped as he was about to enter an automobile."...
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND HIS FAMILY
Toronto Daily Star
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND HIS FAMILY
23rd April 1912
Left to Right: Mr. Alan Peuchen, Mrs Peuchen, Major Peuchen, Miss Jessie Peuchen. When the New York Central Express was stalled a few miles outside Hamilton for two hours Saturday on account of a wreck ahead, Major Peuchen a...
The Toronto World
MAJOR PEUCHEN BLAMES CAPTAIN WHO WENT DOWN WITH HIS SHIP
20th April 1912
Loss of Titanic, He Says, Was Due to Criminal Carelessness in Running at Full Speed Thru the Ice With a New Crew--Capt. Smith Was Having His Dinner When Crash Came--Major Peuchen Left in Third Boat, Which Had Only 22 People and Could Have...
MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT
Titanica!
MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT
26th April 2012
Hugh Brewster
Why did this self-made millionaire and leader of men become such a passive figure in a Titanic lifeboat?...
Chicago American
MAN ON MAURETANIA LEAPS TO HIS DEATH
20th April 1912
A suicide at sea was reported by the Cunard Liner Mauretania when she arrived here today.  The victim was Stoughton Walker of New York, who jumped overboard last Sunday night.  The steamer was stopped, but no trace could be found of t...
The Courier
MAN WHO LEFT VESSEL AT QUEENSTOWN
29th April 1912
The Board of Trade are informed by one of their officers at Queenstown that a fireman named John Coffey, aged 23, left the Titanic at Queenstown, and joined the Mauretania on the following Sunday. ...
Manchester Evening News
MANCHESTER VICTIMS: CHIEF ELECTRICAL ENGINEER ON THE TITANIC
18th April 1912
Mr. Alfred S. Allsop, the chief electrical engineer of the Titanic, who, it is feared, has gone down in the ill-fated ship, was a Manchester man. He was about 35 years of age, and was born in Brunswick Street, C.-on-M., but he has not lived in the ci...
 
MANSION HOUSE RELIEF FUND
1913
1913 Number 96. Eagle, Ellen, Mother, received 17/6 per week as class G dependent. The Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book number 2, Southampton Area December 22nd 1913. Case number C96. That an application for additi...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND
March 1913
Number 83. Chisnall, Alice Hardy, Widow. Chisnall Dorothy Hardy, child. Chisnall, William Chapman. Child....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (12)
March 1913
Number 22. Tamlyn, Mrs., mother and Mr., father. Both class F dependants.(Son: of Annie and Alfred Tamlyn)....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (13)

From the Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913: Number 36. Bennett, Mr. Father. Bennett Mrs. Mother. From the Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book number 2, Southampton Area: Date 23rd April 1914. Case...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (14)
1913
C28. Bell, Maud. Widow. Bell, John Child. Bell, Marjorie Clare, Child. Bell, Eileen Maud, Child. Bell, Ralph Douglas. All Class A dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (15)

From the Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet (March 1913) Number 38. Biggs. Thomas, Father. Biggs Mrs. Mother. Both class G dependants. From the Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book number 2, Southampton Ar...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (16)

From The Titanic Relief Fund Booklet March 1913. C340. Bochet, Eugenia. Widow. Gerard, Zachia, Adopted child. Both Class B dependants. From Titanic Memorial Fund Relief Book No. 3 - 13th December 1929 ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (17)
1913
March 1913 Case number 275. Wyeth, Isabel Anne [Isabella Annie], widow. Wyeth, Gladys, child. Both class G dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (18)
1913
March 1913 Number 594. Skinner, Jane, mother. Ellen Maria, sister. Both class D dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (19)
1913
March 1913 Number 511. Mullen, John, brother. Nellie; Annie and Eva sisters. All class F dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (20)
1913
March 1913 Number Snape, Margaret Isobel, child. Class C dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (21)
1913
March 1913 Number 331. Bessant, Mary Jane, Widow. Edward Geo and Winifred, children. All class C dependants. ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (24)
1913
March 1913 Number 582. Reed, Laura, widow. Class C dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (25)
1913
March 1913 Number 569. Rogers, Elizabeth, widow. Children: Edward James; Arthur Vernon; Norman Robert. All class F dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (26)
1913
March 1913 Number 150. Jarvis, Mrs. widow. Class G dependent. Thorn, Elizabeth, widow, also a class G dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (27)
1913
March 1913 Number 489. Kerley, Mr. Father and Kerley, Mrs, mother. Both class D dependants. ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (28)
1913
March 1913 Number 546. Petty, Susannah, foster-mother. Class C dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (29)
1913
March 1913 Number 400. Edge, Catherine, widow. Children: Frederick William; Richard Charles; Catherine Doris and Edge, Mrs., mother. All class C dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (3)
March 1913
Number 229. Sloan, Annie, widow. Class B dependent. ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (30)
1913
March 1913 Number 224. Reeves, Jessie Rosina, widow. Children: Edwin Anton and Violet Rosina. All class G dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (32)
1913
March 1913 Number P. 92. Stokes, Phillip, father and Sarah, mother, received weekly pension....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (33)
1913
March 1913) Number P. 86. Rogers, Hilda, sister, and Charles, brother, received 3s 0d. weekly....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (35)
1913
March 1913 No. 658. Wood, Sarah, widow. Class E dependant....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (36)
1913
March 1913 Number 282. Allsop, Elizabeth Widow. Allsop, Ellen (child). Both class D dependents....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (37)
1913
March 1913 Number 440. Hamblyn, Lily, widow. Children: Gladys; Archibald; Stanley. All class C dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (38)
1913
March 1913 Number 518. Prideaux, Annie Elizabeth, mother. Class F dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (39)

March 1913 Number 124. Hodge, Mabel, widow. Children: Esther Mabel; Vera Pauline; All class B dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (40)

March 1913 No, 263. Wood, May - Sister. Class G dependent. ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (41)
1913
March 1913 Number 557. Penrose, Florence Annie, widow. Florence Dorothy, child and Penrose, A. L. sister. All class B dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (42)
1913
March 1913) Number 24. Allsop, Hilda Widow. Allsop, Phillip A (child). Class B dependents. ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (43)
1913
March 1913 Number 201. Noon, John, child [A class G dependent child would have received two shillings and sixpence per week.] ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (44)
1913
March 1913 Number P. 77. Mudd, Thomas, father and Elizabeth, mother received 7s 0d. weekly....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (45)
1913
March 1913 Number 144. Jupe, Mr. father. Jupe, Elizabeth mother. Both class D dependants. [Received 12/6d per week for life.]...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (46)
1913
March 1913 Number 529. Mackie, Mary, widow. Children: Elsie Mary; Jessie Martha; Geo. William. All class C dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (47)
1913
March 1913 Number 299. Barringer, Ethel Isabel, Widow. Dorothy, Ethel and Eric, children. All class D dependants. ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (49)
March 1913
Number 332. Barratt, Margaret, mother. Class G dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (5)
March 1913
Millar, Kate Breingan, sister; Millar, Mary Hartley, sister. Millar, William, brother. McDougall, Lillian, fiancee. All class C dependants. Assistant Electrician. ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (50)
March 1913
Number 127. Hurst, Louisa, Mary, widow. Children: Edwin; Lewis; Leonard; Herbert; Gladys. All class G dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (52)
May 1913
P2 Cairns, Mother and Father 4 shillings per week....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (53)
March 1913
Number 228. Shepherd, Ruth, sister and Jonathan B, father. Both class B dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (54)
March 1913
Number P. 60. Jarvis, Matthew, father and Elizabeth, mother 7s 0d. weekly....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (57)

Number 319. Barnes, Mrs, Mother. Barnes Mr. Father. Both class G dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (58)
March 1913
Number 151. Kemp, Kate, widow. Kemp, Kate Evelyn, child. Kemp, Sarah, mother. All class C dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (6)
March 1913
Number 63. Coy, May B. E. Widow. Coy, Edna, Widow. Both class C dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (7)
March 1913
Number 173. Millar, Thomas, child. Millar, William, child. Both class C dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (8)

(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 9. Murdoch, Ada F. Widow. Class A dependent. (From The Titanic Relief Fund booklet March 1913). C 9. Murdoch, Ada F. Widow....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND (9)
March 1913
Number 378. Dyer, Frances, widow; children Lillian Ada; Rosaline Emma; Winifred Alice. All class D dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : ARTHUR MAY
March 1913
Number 182. May, Amelia, widow. George Arthur William, child. Both class G dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : DAVID BARTON
March 1913
Number P. 301. Barton, Shaw, father, 7s 0d. per week....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : GEORGE FOX HOSKING
March 1913
Number 123. Hosking, Ada Alice. Children: Iris May; George Thomas; William Bock. All class B dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : HENRY WILDE
March 1913
C23 Wilde, Daughter. Wilde, Daughter. Wilde, Son. Wilde, Son. All Class A dependants. (Jane, Harry, Arnold, and Nancy - see below). Williams, Mrs. Sister. Class A dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : JAMES FRASER

(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 99. Fraser, Florence, widow. Children: Florence Stephen and James. Stephen, Jane, widow's mother. All class B dependants. (From the Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book n...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : KANTOR
March 1913
Number P. 64. Kantor. Widow and father received a grant of £100. Insurance claim C64. Life $50,000. Property $2,200 filed by his wife. Annual income $2,500....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : PENNY
March 1913
(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 543. Penny, Phyllis, widow. Penny, Lionel William, child. Both class D dependants. (From the Titanic Relief Fund Minute Book number 2, Southampton Area)...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : WILLIAM MCQUILLAN
March 1913
(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 199. McQuillan, Margaret, widow. Children: Annie and James. All class G dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : WOODWARD
March 1913
Case number 685. Woodward, Martha, mother. Woodward, Herbert Edward, Brother. Both Class F dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND BOOKLET
1913
Number 538. O'Connor, E. E., widow and two daughters and three sons. All class B dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND BOOKLET (1)
1913
Number 125. Hodgkinson, Sarah, widow. Children: Caroline: Stanley. Hodkinson, Caroline, Mother. All class B dependants, ...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND BOOKLET (3)
1913
March 1913 Number 415. Franklin, Blanche, widow. Children: Alan Vincent and Blanche Elsie. All class D dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: BERTIE WILSON
1913
Case number 260. Wilson, M. A. Widow. Class B dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: EDWARD DODD
March 1913
Number 86 B. Dodd, H. C. father; Dodd, Mrs., mother; Dodd, sister all class B dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: JAMES SMITH
March 1913
(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 681. Smith, John, father. Class B dependent. (From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913) Number 227. Smith, Hannah Davidson, widow. Child: Ian...
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: JOHN HENRY HESKETH
March 1913
Number 1120. Hesketh, Mrs. mother. Hesketh, two sisters. All class A dependants....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: NORMAN HARRISON

Number 121. Harrison, Mary, widow. Class A dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: ROBERTON
March 1913
Number 581. Roberton, Alice Lydia, mother. Class G dependent....
 
MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: WILLIAM FARQUHARSON
March 1913
Number 98. Farquharson, Martha, widow. Children: George; William; Millicent. All class A dependants....
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
MANY DEAD ON A RAFT
19th April 1912
Water Was Thick With Bodies, Says Montreal Passenger....
New York Times
MANY GIFTS TO CHARITY
29th May 1912
Joseph Hirsch's Will Filed---W. A. Spencer Gives $1,000 to Library --- A large number of public institutions received bequests by wills filed for probate yesterday in the Surrogates' Court. [Description of the will of Joseph Hirsch omi...
Camden Post-Telegram
MANY MOURN FOR MR. FRED. SUTTON
20th April 1912
Haddonfield Man Who Went Down With Titanic in Numerous Corporations --- BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH --- As no word has been received concerning Frederick Sutton, of Haddonfield, it seems certain that he perish...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
MANY SERMONS ON TITANIC
19th April 1912
Memorial Services to Be Held in Brooklyn Churches Next Sunday....
MARCH HEADSTONE
 
MARCH HEADSTONE

MARCH JOHN S. MARCH 1862-1912 NELLIE E. HARDING HIS WIFE 1858-1911 ANTOINETTE H. MARCH 1884-1936...
MARCH MEMORIAL MARKER
 
MARCH MEMORIAL MARKER

(On top) JOHN STARR MARCH DIED APRIL 15, 1912 225 (On face) U. S. SEA POST SERVICE R. M. S. TITANIC...
New York Times
MARCONI CHEERED FOR WIRELESS FEATS
18th April 1912
Modestly Gives Credit to Other Inventors and Speaks of Life Saving from Titanic...
New York Times
MARCONI MAN HAD RECORD
16th April 1912
Wireless operator on Titanic Young, but a Veteran in Service --- The man who sent out the wireless call for help from the damaged Titanic was J. G. Phillips, an Englishman, 24 years old, who had been in the employ of the Marconi Compan...
 
MARCONIGRAM
18th April 1912
To: Hardy, Oakleigh, Holyrood Avenue, Highfield, Southampton, England. "Safe and well. - Jack"...
 
MARCONIGRAM FROM ALGERNON BARKWORTH
13th April 1912
Recd. 2.28 p.m. reads. Barkworth, Whites, Belmont, Scarborough. All well Algy. === Marconigram dated April 18th 1912 to Barkworth, Hessle, England. ''Am safe on board Carpathia - Algy''....
 
MARCONIGRAM FROM SS BALTIC
23rd July 2004
The MARCONI INTERNATIONAL MARINE COMMUNICATION COMPANY, Ltd. Office of origin: S.S. Baltic 14 Apr 1912 Office sent to: MGY ...
 
MARCONIGRAMS
18th April 1912
Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Boultons, Upper Holloway, London. ''Inform friends safe Carpathia, arrange Baggage insurance. - Collett.'' Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Collett, Baptist Parsonage, Port Byron New York. ''Saf...
 
MARCONIGRAMS (1)
18th April 1912
Marconigram dated 18th April 1912 to: Mr. J. Rosenshine, 1 W. 92nd Street, New York City. ''Am safe - Pray God George was rescued by another boat with rest of men. Arrive Carpathia. Mabelle Thorne.'' Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Mrs. J. Co...
 
MARCONIGRAMS SENT AND RECEIVED BY CAPTAIN SMITH ON THE TITANIC

Marconigram to Commander Empress of Britain, 12 April, 1912, which read: Many thanks for your kind message from all here. Smith. Marconigram: 14th April 1912, 12.55pm. Commander Baltic. Thanks for your message and good wishes. Had fine...
The Westmeath Independent
MARGARET RICE ORIGINAL FAMILY PORTRAIT
23rd November 2011
Deirdre Verney
A poignant 100-year-old portrait of an Athlone mother and her five sons who all perished on the Titanic will go under the hammer in Dublin next month. The historic photograph of Margaret Rice, neé Norton, who originally hailed from Connolly Street, Athlone, and her five sons ranging in age from ten years of age to just two, is believed to have been taken in late 1911 or early 1912 at a local studio prior to their departure for America. Tragically, the entire family later perished in the infamous Titanic disaster on April 15, 1912....
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Worcester Evening Post
MARINE DISASTER CAUSED WEAKNESS IN SECURITIES
16th April 1912
  London, April 16- The disaster to the Titanic caused a slight weakness today in gilt-edged securities on the stock exchange on sales by underwriters. The International mercantile mar...
Chicago Inter Ocean
MARINE INSURANCE LOSS $9,980,000 IN THREE MONTHS
19th April 1912
The Daily Consular and Trade Reprt issued tonight publishes this statement credited to the London Financial Times: "During the first three months of this year, forty-seven vessels, representing $8,813,000, became losses under Ma...
New York Times
MARION SCRANTON MARRIED
17th January 1932
Wedded at Scranton, Pa., to Edward Mayer of This City --- Special to The New York Times --- SCRANTON, Pa., Jan. 16---Miss Marion Margery Scranton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Worthington Scranton, the latter a member of the R...
New York Times
MARITAL RIFT OVER, FIERMONTE RADIOS
31st January 1935
Italian Boxer Sends Word From Ship on Which Wife Sailed Suddenly on Saturday --- A DIVORCE WAS RUMORED --- Couple Were Wed Here Late in 1933---She Is the Former Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick --- Enzo Fierm...
MARJORIE NEWELL ACCOMPANIED BY MADELEINE AT THE PIANO
 
MARJORIE NEWELL ACCOMPANIED BY MADELEINE AT THE PIANO

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MARKER EPITAPH DETAIL
 
MARKER EPITAPH DETAIL

MARKER MEMORIAL
 
MARKER MEMORIAL

New York Times
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT
25th August 1926
Married --- ANDERSON-DAGGETT---On Aug. 24, at the Church of the Transfiguration, Harry Anderson to Florence Makley Daggett. ...
New York Times
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT (1)
13th December 1894
MARRIED *** WHITE-HOLMES---On Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1894, by the Rev. John Hall, D. D., at the residence of the bride's parents, Ella B., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holmes, to John Stuart Holmes....
New York Times
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT OF COL. GRACIE AND MS. SCHACK
23rd April 1890
MARRIED --- GRACIE-SCHACK---On Tuesday, April 22, at 4 o'clock, by the Rev. Henry Y. Satterlee of Calvary Church, CONSTANCE ELISE, daughter of the late Otto Wilhelm Schack, native of Copenhagen, Denmark, and of Elizabeth Inez McCarty, t...
 
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE
1908
CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY OF MARRIAGE GENE...
 
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE (1)
1911
CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY OF MARRIAGE GENERAL REGISTER OFFICE...
New York Times
MARRIAGE OF DANIEL MARVIN AND MARY FARQUHARSON
17th March 1912
[This paragraph was part of a full page entitled City Social Notes; the "Tuesday" and "Wednesday" mentioned in the article were 12 and 13 March. The incorrect spelling of "Farquharson" is in the original.] Miss Mary G. C. Farquharsen,...
MARRIAGE OF DR. WASHINGTON DODGE AND MRS. RUTH BROWN
San Francisco Call
MARRIAGE OF DR. WASHINGTON DODGE AND MRS. RUTH BROWN
9th April 1906
The marriage of Dr. Washington Dodge and Mrs. Ruth Brown will take place next Thursday in New York....
 
MARRIAGE OF FREDERICK WILLIAM EDGE
3rd November 1896
Was married on November 3rd 1896 when aged 23 years to Catherine Fanny Youtman aged 21 years at St Marys Church Southampton....
New York Times
MARRIED IN EARLY DECEMBER
5th December 1888
A brilliant and fashionable assemblage gathered at noon yesterday in the Church of the Heavenly Rest, on Fifth-avenue, to witness the marriage of Miss Florence Schieffelin, a daughter of George R. Schieffelin and a great favorite in New-York society,...
New York Times
MARSHALL DREW
11th June 1986
Marshall Drew, a survivor of the Titanic, died Friday at Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport, L. I. He was 82 years old and lived in Westerly, L. I. Mr. Drew, who was born in Greenport, taught fine arts at Grover Cleveland High S...
MARY ANNE PERRAULT, 1912
 
MARY ANNE PERRAULT, 1912
1912
Evanston Daily News
MARY HEWLETT - SURVIVOR OF TITANIC HERE
25th April 1912
Mrs. Mary Hewlitt, of Lucknow, India, Was Rescued From the Disabled Craft, Gives Description of Disaster Was Traveling Alone Woman Stops Here At Home of J. L. Hebblet...
MARY MANGAN'S GOLD WATCH
 
MARY MANGAN'S GOLD WATCH

A memorial to the Addergoole Fourteen was erected in St Patrick's Church in Lahardane in April 2002 for the ninetieth commemoration. It is sited near to where the old baptismal font stood. The marble memorial is in the background of this p...
Waterbury Republican
MARY NAKID
31st July 1912
Mary Nakid, the sixteen-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Said Nakid, survivors of the Titanic disaster, who died at St. Mary's hospital Monday night of spinal meningitis, will be buried this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will take place from t...
Syracuse Herald-Journal
MARY WILBURN, OLDEST SURVIVOR OF TITANIC, DIES
30th July 1987
pp. B1 and B4 Mary Davis Wilburn, 104, oldest known survivor of the Titanic disaster, died peacefully Wednesday at Community-General Hospital, leaving behind unpleasant memories of death and terror in the North Atlantic. She was one o...
Newark Star
MASONIC SERVICES FOR TITANIC VICTIM
2nd May 1912
Brief but impressive memorial services for W. Anderson Walker, who lost his life in the Titanic disaster, were held last night by Hope Lodge No. 124, F. and A. M. of East Orange, of which Mr. Walker was master. Acting Master John A. Gilbert was in ch...
The Evening Post
MASSACHUSETTS VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC TRAGEDY
20th April 1912
George Q Clifford of Stoughton, president of Belcher Last company, Herbert Henry Hilliard of 42 Hichorn street, Brighton Timothy J.,...
MATCHES AND MATCHBOX HOLDER
 
MATCHES AND MATCHBOX HOLDER

White Star Line matches and matchbox holder...
MATINEE PROGRAMME
 
MATINEE PROGRAMME

Programme for a matinee in aid of the the Titanic Relief Fund, 1st May 1912....
MAUDE SINCOCK ROBERTS IN 1912
 
MAUDE SINCOCK ROBERTS IN 1912

The World Evening Edition (New York)
MAURETANIA FORCED TO SLOW BY ICEBERGS IN PATH
19th July 1912
MAURETANIA SLOWS DOWN WHEN WARNED LIKE TITANIC OF ICEBERG IN HER PATH...
MAURETANIA PRIVATE PICTURE, 1908
 
MAURETANIA PRIVATE PICTURE, 1908
24th July 1908
Roger Bricoux, Wallace Hartley, Theodore Brailey and Captain Rostron are four of the many names that link the Titanic tragedy and the Cunarder Mauretania...
New York Times
MAURETANIA'S CAPTAIN IS HONORED BY KING
3rd July 1926
Roston [sic]Is Made a K. B. E. in Delayed Birthday List---48 Other Knights Created --- Copyright, 1926, by The New York Times Company --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 2---The King's Bi...
MAUSEOLEUM
 
MAUSEOLEUM

Ford family mauseoleum...
MAUSOLEUM
 
MAUSOLEUM

On tomb in interior of mausoleum: CHARLES EMIL HENRY STENGEL ANNIE MAY STENGEL BORN NOVEMBER 19, 1857 BORN MAY 2, 1868 DIED APRIL 19, 1914 DIED JANUARY 22, 1956 TO LIVE IN THE HEARTS ...
 
MCINERNEY FAMILY GRAVESTONE

Of your charity pray for the soul of Ellen McInerney who died 17th October 1909 aged 32 years also of her beloved husband Thomas McInerney who was lost in wreck of SS Titanic 15th ...
New York Times
MEDALS FOR RESCUING CREW
23rd April 1912
Bill Introduced in House to Decorate Men on the Carpathia --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 22---Representative Francis of Ohio to-day introduced a resolution calling for Federal recognition and deco...
MEDICAL KIT
 
MEDICAL KIT

White Star Line medical instruments, in a leather case....
The Sun (New York)
MEDIUM TELLS OF WORD FROM STEAD
14th May 1912
Swoons At Seance, Then Re-enacts "Last Scenes Aboard the Titanic" --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- MANCHESTER, May 13---The Daily Despatch says that it hears that a message was...
 
MEETING MILLVINA DEAN - LAST TITANIC SURVIVOR

A short video clip showing Millvina Dean, the last remaining survivor of the Titanic disaster, signing a photograph for me when I visited her on Friday 30th May 2008. ...
MEETING OF TWO TITANS
 
MEETING OF TWO TITANS
1912
From 'Sinking of the Titanic'...
Oak Leaves
MEETS CARPATHIA
27th April 1912
George P. Baldwin Relates Experience When Titanic Survivors Reach New York on Cunard Ship George P. Baldwin of 309 Linden, who went to New York to meet the survivors of the Titanic on the ...
Chicago Daily News
MELLEN IN TITANIC STATEMENT
23rd April 1912
Offers Evidence as to Time Officials Knew the Vessel Was Lost [by The Associated Pres.]   New Haven, Conn., April 23—In connection with the question at the time at which the White S...
MEMO REGARDING VANDALISM
 
MEMO REGARDING VANDALISM
7th February 1983
This memo describes the 1983 vandalism to the Dulles mausoleum...
MEMORIAL
 
MEMORIAL

Memorial in honor of Georges Alexandre Krins inaugurated on 14th September 2002...
MEMORIAL (1)
 
MEMORIAL (1)

Plaque inaugurated on 14th September 2002...
MEMORIAL (2)
 
MEMORIAL (2)

MEMORIAL (3)
 
MEMORIAL (3)

IN LOVING MEMORY OF ARTHUR RYERSON OF RINGWOOD, OTSEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK ELDEST SON OF JOSEPH TURNER RYERSON OF CHICAGO AND ELLEN LARNED HIS WIFE BORN JANUARY 12, 1851, LOST ON S.S. TITANIC APRI...
 
MEMORIAL (4)

Named on this memorial, now on display in two section at Southampton Maritime Museum....
MEMORIAL (5)
 
MEMORIAL (5)

Memorial to Charles Valentine Clarke, placed by his wife Ada Maria Clarke....
 
MEMORIAL (6)

He has a Memorial brick in his name in the Woolston, Southampton, Millennium Garden known as the Feathers in Victoria Road Woolston - which opened in April 2002....
 
MEMORIAL (7)

There is a large rock with attached anchor in the Common Cemetery, Southampton: In loving memory of Ernest William Hamblyn who was lost at sea through the foundering of the S.S. Titanic on April 15th 1912. Aged 46 years. ''We cannot bend before his g...
 
MEMORIAL (8)

He has a Memorial brick in his name in the Woolston, Southampton, Millennium Garden known as the Feathers in Victoria Road Woolston - which opened in April 2002....
 
MEMORIAL (9)

There is a new memorial in the Lifeboat House at Scarborough which was unveiled in April 2002 and reads: HMS Conway Trust Memorial James Paul Moody O.C. 6th Officer Titanic Born Scarborough, 21 August 1887...
MEMORIAL CARD FOR JOSEPH PHILIPPE LEMERCIER LAROCHE, 1912
 
MEMORIAL CARD FOR JOSEPH PHILIPPE LEMERCIER LAROCHE, 1912
1912
Front picture of a memorial card in memory of Joseph Laroche...
MEMORIAL CARD FOR MISS LILLIAN G. ASPLUND
 
MEMORIAL CARD FOR MISS LILLIAN G. ASPLUND

Memorial card for services on May 10, 2006...
MEMORIAL CARD FROM THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF LOUISE KINK POPE
 
MEMORIAL CARD FROM THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF LOUISE KINK POPE

memorial card...
MEMORIAL CARD, 1912
 
MEMORIAL CARD, 1912
1912
This memorial card with thick black lines around it was published just days after the sinking. Somebody wrote something at the back of it with a pencil but the text was erased and cannot be read now. This image inspired another memorial document whic...
 
MEMORIAL CROSS TO JAMES MOODY

There is a lovely gold cross to the memory of Mr. Moody in Saint Augustines Church, Grimsby, Humberside....
 
MEMORIAL HEADSTONE

'Called to Higher Service from the decks of the Ill-fated SS Titanic'. [In Glasgow, Craigiehall Street, G51 1EU there is Harper memorial Baptist Church in his memory.] ...
 
MEMORIAL HEADSTONE (1)

In Loving Memory Of George Simmons Died 31st October 1920 Aged 87 Also Mary Ann Simmons Died 7th March 1921 Aged 88 Also Jack, Son of the above Dr...
MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II
 
MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II

Memorial marker...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE
22nd April 1912
STRAUS--- A Special Meeting of the Board Of Directors of Montefiore Home, held April 21, 1912. The President, Jacob H. Schiff, announced the melancholy death of the Honorable Isidor Straus and his devoted wife in the dis...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE (1)
20th April 1912
STRAUS---At a special meeting of the Executive Committee of the Educational Alliance, held on Friday, April 19, 1912, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: After days of keenest anxiety, the Directors of the Educational A...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE (2)
21st April 1912
HARRIS-At a special meeting of the Association of Theatre Managers of Greater New York, held on Saturday, April 20th, 1912, the following resolutions were adopted: Owing to the sad and sudden death of Henry B. Harris, our honored Vice ...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE (3)
4th May 1912
STRAUS-Resolutions of the Board of Directors of the Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society (Orphan Asylum,) passed at a meeting specially called for the purpose of considering the tragic and untimely death of Isidor Straus: Isidor Straus t...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE (4)
28th April 1912
HAYS---At a special meeting of the Board of Directors of the United States Mortgage and Trust Company held April 25, 1912, it was resolved that the following minutes be adopted and transmitted to the family of Mr. Charles M. Hays: CHAR...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE (5)
8th May 1912
GUGGENHEIM---At the first meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hebrew Technical Institute held since the sinking of the Titanic, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whereas, We have learned with deep sorrow of the u...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE (6)
8th May 1912
STRAUS---At the first meeting of the Board of Directors of the Hebrew Technical Institute held since the appalling disaster of the loss of the Titanic, this minute was, by unanimous vote, adopted: We cannot refrain from mingling our la...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE (7)
21st June 1921
In Memoriam *** MANDELBAUM---Rosa, beloved wife of Herman Mandelbaum, mother of Sahra [sic] Dessauer, Tillie Samuel, Blanch Lang. Gone, but not forgotten. *** ...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE FOR ISIDOR AND IDA STRAUS
21st April 1912
STRAUS---The Directors of the Sanitarium for Hebrew Children tender their heartfelt sympathy to the family of Isidor and Ida Straus, called by Him who holds the mighty ocean in the hollow of His hand. Isidor Straus was distinguished fo...
 
MEMORIAL ON GRAVESTONE

In Loving Memory of RICHARD ALLSOP died 30 November 1829 Aged 35 and of JAMES ALLSOP son of the above born 1 September 1827 died 6 April 1917 also of FRANK RICHARD ALLSOP so...
 
MEMORIAL PLAQUE

Erected by the People of Winnipeg in memory of Their Fellow Citizens Mark Fortune; John Hugo Ross; Thompson Beattie; Charles A. Fortune; George E. Graham; and J. J. Borebank Who with 1484 others lost their lives when the Steamship Titanic Founded in ...
 
MEMORIAL PLAQUE (1)

In September 1998 a plaque to the memory of Mr. Hodges was unveiled at the County Hotel (now the Highfield House Hotel), Highfield Lane, Portswood, Southampton. SO17 1AQ, which is the site of the large house that Mr. Hodges lived with his wife and ei...
MEMORIAL PLAQUE (2)
 
MEMORIAL PLAQUE (2)

Plaque at Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo...
MEMORIAL PLAQUE FOR C. H. LIGHTOLLER, TWICKENHAM
 
MEMORIAL PLAQUE FOR C. H. LIGHTOLLER, TWICKENHAM

Commander Charles Herbert Lightoller RNR, DSC* 1874-1952 RICHMOND SLIPWAYS, 1 DUCK'S WALK Commander Lightol...
MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO SUZETTE RYERSON AND HER MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER
 
MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO SUZETTE RYERSON AND HER MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER

Memorial plaque...
The Times
MEMORIAL SERVICE
24th April 1912
A memorial service for Mr. Henry Forbes Julian, of Torquay, who went down in the Titanic, will be held at noon on Monday next at St. Mary Magdelene Church, Upton, Torquay....
Hudson Observer
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR TITANIC VICTIM
23rd April 1912
Family of John Ashby of West Hoboken Abandon Hope for Him ---------- Until to-day the family of John Ashby, of West Hoboken, had some hope for his recovery, but are now convinced that there is no hope of him showing up alive, ...
 
MEMORIAL SERVICE PROGRAMME
21st April 1912
The Central North Chicago Ministerial Association at the Belden Avenue Baptist Church, Chicago. "The Offering" "The Nana Harper Fund to maintain and educate Nana, the six year old daughter of Rev. John Harper, pastor, Walworth Road Chu...
Newark Star
MEMORIAL SERVICES ARE PLANNED FOR TITANIC DEAD
23rd April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 22---Memorial services for Peter Reniff and Thomas Gavey, of 21B Florida street, and Clifford and Ernest Jefferies, who were lost while on their way to this city in the Titanic disaster, will be held by the local lodges of Sons and D...
 
MEMORIAL STONE

 
MEMORIAL STONE (2)

MEMORIAL TO DENZIL JOHN JARVIS
 
MEMORIAL TO DENZIL JOHN JARVIS

2nd class passenger memorial...
 
MEMORIAL TO JAMES MOODY

Greater Love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends....
Atlantic Daily Bulletin
MEMORIAL TO JAMES MOODY (1)
1993
Memorial...
MEMORIAL TO JOHN WESLEY WOODWARD
 
MEMORIAL TO JOHN WESLEY WOODWARD

A memorial plaque to Titanic cellist John Wesley Woodward, art All Saints Church, Lime Walk, Headington, Oxford....
MEMORIAL TO ROGER BRICOUX, TITANIC CELLO PLAYER
 
MEMORIAL TO ROGER BRICOUX, TITANIC CELLO PLAYER
2nd November 2000
On November 2nd 2000, the Association Francaise du Titanic unveiled a memorial plaque in memory of Roger Bricoux in Cosne-sur-Loire, the city where he was born on June 1st 1891. In 1913, Roger had been considered a desertor by the French army, and it...
MEMORIAL TO THE ENGINEERS
 
MEMORIAL TO THE ENGINEERS

MEMORIAL TO THE ENGINEERS (1)
 
MEMORIAL TO THE ENGINEERS (1)

MEMORIAL TO THE LEFEBVRE FAMILY IN LIEVIN, FRANCE
 
MEMORIAL TO THE LEFEBVRE FAMILY IN LIEVIN, FRANCE
30th March 2002
Memorial erected by the Association Francaise du Titanic...
MEMORIAL TO WILLIAM T. STEAD
 
MEMORIAL TO WILLIAM T. STEAD

"W. T. Stead. 1840-1912. This memorial to a journalist of wide renown was erected near the spot where he worked for more than 30 years by journalists of many lands in recognition of his brilliant gifts, fervert spirit, and untiring devotion to t...
 
MEMORIALS

Remembered on: the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also remembered on the Liverpool Titanic and Engineers memorial. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. ...
 
MEMORIALS (1)

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also remembered on the Liverpool Titanic and Engineers memorial. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial also remembered on the Institut...
 
MEMORIALS TO ALBERT GEORGE ERVINE

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park, Southampton. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial....
 
MEMORIALS TO ALFRED MIDDLETON

Assistant Electrician. Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memori...
 
MEMORIALS TO CAPTAIN SMITH

At Beacon Park, Lichfield, Staffordshire there is a fine statue to Captain Smith. The statue was sculptured by Kathleen, Lady Scott, C.V.O and unveiled by the Captain's daughter Helen on 29th July 1914.There is a stained glass window to ...
 
MEMORIALS TO CHRISTOPHER HEAD

Head, Mr. Christopher. Missing. Cabin B11. London address c/o Henry Head & Co., 27, Cornhill, London, E.C. There is a brass memorial to Mr. Head in St Nicolas Church, Old Shoreham, Susses. ...
 
MEMORIALS TO GEORGE ALEXANDER CHISNALL

Remembered on: the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also remembered on the Liverpool Titanic and Engineers memorial. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. ...
 
MEMORIALS TO JACK PHILLIPS

Phillips, John George (Jack). Chief Wireless Operator. Has perhaps the largest Titanic memorial, namely 'The Phillips Memorial Cloister', by the River Wey, covering some three acres, at Godalming, Surrey. Inscribed on the memorial stone is: 'The Cloi...
 
MEMORIALS TO WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also r...
 
MEMORIALS TO WILLIAM KELLY

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. ...
 
MEMORIALS: ARTHUR ROUS

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also r...
Unidentified Newspaper
MEMORIES OF A TITANIC NIGHT
15th April 1974
Bruce Chadwick
He Recalls Sinking 62 Years Ago --- The Easter season is never a completely happy time for Tom McCormack of Elizabeth, N.J. It always brings memories of his escape from the sinking Titanic, which went down in the freezing Atlantic 62 ye...
Washington Times
MEN SNEAKED INTO BOATS, SAYS WOMAN
19th April 1912
Mrs. Jacques Futrelle, Wife of Novelist, Says Many Were Brave, However --- NEW YORK, April 19---Mrs. Jacques Futrelle, who was rescued, but whose husband, the novelist, went down with the Titanic, declared today that the men who were sa...
Chicago Daily Tribune
MERCHANT FAINTS FROM JOY
18th April 1912
page 3 Business Man Swoons on Learning Relatives Were Rescued from Titanic Wreck Aurora, Ill., April 17- [Special]- Oscar W. Johnson, 32 years old, a business man living at St. Charles, Ill., fell over in a dead faint ...
Chicago Daily News
MESABA WARNED DOOMED TITANIC OF ICEBERGS
18th April 1912
Mesaba Reports That It Warned The Doomed Ocean Vessel of Presence of Icebergs in Vicinity and Got "Thanks" ...
Chicago Examiner
MESSAGE FROM STEAD RECITED BY MEDIUM
29th April 1912
Narrative Said to Be From Other World, Told in Church of Soul ____________ &...
Newark Evening News
MICHAEL DUANE LEARNS FATHER WAS ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
MORRISTOWN, April 23---The fears of Michael Duane, of Morris Township, that his father was a victim of the Titanic disaster were confirmed this morning, when he received an answer to a cablegram announcing that Mr. Duane had sailed on the vessel....
 
MICHAEL ROGERS - 'STEWARD TO THE MARCONI DEPARTMENT'

Michael Rogers was a 27 year old steward from Dublin, generally resident between voyages at the family home of Mr Thomas Harris at 13, Greenhill Avenue, Winchester. Mrs Harris had been a close friend of Michael's mother, and ...
Chicago Examiner
MICHIGAN WIFE GETS $100,000 ALIMONY
18th January 1916
Mrs. Helen Walton Bishop, wife of a Dowagiac millionaire, was granted a divorce here to-day.  The Bishops were on the Titanic on their honeymoon trip when the liner went down.  Mrs. Bishop, who charges...
Time Magazine
MILESTONES
4th May 1931
Died. Sir Cosmo Edmund Duff Gordon, 68, survivor of the Titanic disaster in 1912 with his wife, Lady Duff Gordon (Lucy Sutherland), onetime London and Manhattan modiste (Lucile) who is a sister of novelist Elinor Glyn; in London....
Time Magazine
MILESTONES (1)
29th April 1935
Died. Lady Duff Gordon (Lucy Sutherland), 71, famed dress designer, long-time president of Lucile, Ltd (now defunct), Titanic survivor, sister of novelist Elinor Glyn; after six months' illness; in London. She was credited with the first split skirt,...
Evening News
MILLET
5th August 1986
''Drowned, too was a famous man from Broadway - 65-years-old F. D. Millet, a distinguished artist, author and war correspondent who lived at Russell House on the main approach from Evesham into the picturesque Worcestershire village. ...
New York Times
MILLET'S BODY CREMATED
3rd May 1912
BOSTON, May 2---A throng of men and women stood with heads uncovered in the train shed in the North Station to-day when the coffins containing the bodies of Frank D. Millet, the artist, and Richard P. [sic] White of Winchenden ...
MILLET'S LITTLE ARTIST STUDIO IN EAST BRIDGEWATER ON PLYMOUTH RD.
 
MILLET'S LITTLE ARTIST STUDIO IN EAST BRIDGEWATER ON PLYMOUTH RD.

Whitehaven News
MILLOM'S CONNECTION WITH THE TITANIC DISASTER
2nd May 1912
THE widespread effects of the Titanic disaster is evidenced by the fact that Mrs. Beck of Cambridge Street, Millom, (Cumberland) had a relative aboard the ill-fated vessel. Mrs. Meanwell, first cousin of Mrs. Beck, who was proceeding on the Ti...
Milwaukee Journal
MILWAUKEE GIRL LOST
17th April 1912
Mrs. Hudson J. Allison, Former High School Girl, Not on Titanic's Rescued List...
New York Times
MINIA REPORTS TWO BODIES
4th May 1912
Ship Returning to Halifax---Patrick O'Keefe's Story of Rescue --- The White Star Line agent at Halifax wired the New York office yesterday that the Captain of the steamship Minia had sent the following message: ["]Returne...
New York Times
MINOR SPORTS NEWS
18th June 1895
The cricketeers from the White Star liner Majestic played against the Summer eleven of the Staten Island Cricket Club at Livingston yesterday afternoon. Dr. O'Loughlin and H. Todd...
 
MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (8)

The White Star Company had a Committee meeting on 23rd July 1912 at 10 Winter Street, Liverpool at 11.55am. Present Mr. J. Bruce Ismay (in the chair) and others. During the meeting it was announced that the following cases were reported toget...
 
MINUTES OF TITANIC RELIEF FUND, LIVERPOOL AREA COMMITTEE
1st December 1915
No. 125. Miss Marion Hodgkinson. Minutes state: Widow deceased 25th January 1914. Full allowance paid to 31st March 1914. Liverpool C & G P Committee 9 7 1914. 10/- per week for 12 months as from 1st October 1914 then reconsider....
 
MISS AMELIE ICARD'S TESTIMONY, FEBRUARY 1959
14th February 1959
Amelie Icard gave a long interview to reporters of the French magazine 'Paris Match', published on 14 February 1959 (issue # 514). The article was illustrated with a picture of Melle Icard talking to the reporters. She was then living in Grenoble, Fr...
Chicago Examiner
MISS ANNIE KELLY IN HOSPITAL
20th April 1912
Misses Margaret and Beatrice Kelly of 303 Eugenie street were overjoyed last night when they learned that their seventeen-year-old sister, Annie Kelly, who was a Titanic voyager, was one of the survivors picked up by the Carpathi...
New York Times
MISS ASTOR AT FESTIVAL
15th June 1915
Sees 1,000 Children In Folk Dances and a Maypole Romp --- RED BANK, N. J., June 14---Miss Muriel Alice Astor, daughter of John Jacob Astor, who lost his life on the Titanic, was one of the interested spectators at the playground festiva...
New York Times
MISS ASTOR TO WED RUSSIAN NOBLEMAN
4th July 1924
He Was Recently Divorced From One of the Daughters of Czar Alexander II --- ONE OF ANCIENT LINE --- Bride-to-Be Is Daughter of the Late John Jacob Astor of New York --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES...
New York Times
MISS BENITA R. GUGGENHEIM MARRIES LIEUT. E. B. MAYER
18th May 1919
The marriage of Miss Benita Rosalind Guggenheim, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin M. Guggenheim, and First Lieutenant Edward B. Mayer, United States Air Servive, which took place on Thursday at the homeof the bride, 270 Park Avenue. Lieutenant Mayer comes ...
MISS BERTHA MULVIHILL
 
MISS BERTHA MULVIHILL
1912
 
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST
1912
A member of the Association Francaise du Titanic owns a very strange document, which he inherited from Miss Earnshaw. At the time she gave him it, he did not thought that it would be the source of many questions and just accepted it. Miss Earn...
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (1)
 
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (1)
1912
Front page of 2nd class list...
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (2)
 
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (2)
1912
First page of the list saved by Miss Earnshaw...
MISS EDITH GRACIE
Washington Times
MISS EDITH GRACIE
18th April 1912
Brookline Chronicle
MISS ELIZABETH M. EUSTIS
21st May 1936
Miss Elizabeth M. Eustis, granddaughter of Henry W. Dutton, founder of the Boston Evening Transcript, died suddenly Sunday at her home at 1020 Beacon Street. The deceased had resided in Brookline for many years and had been interested in civic and we...
MISS EVA HART
France Soir
MISS EVA HART
7th February 1969
Article from the French paper FRANCE SOIR, 7 February 1969. Miss Hart was in Paris at the time, invited to share her recollections of the Titanic disaster with the French audience in a show called 'Les Dossiers de l'Ecran'....
New York Times
MISS EVELYN BAYNE TO WED H. M. BLANK
16th March 1929
Junior League Girl's Betrothal Announced by Grandmother, Mrs. Lockwood --- Mrs. Williston D. Lockwood of 40 East Sixty-second Street has announced the engagement of her granddaughter, Miss Evelyn Bayne, to Henry M. Blank, son of Mr. and...
Washington Times
MISS GRACIE HEARS FATHER IS AMONG PASSENGERS SAVED
16th April 1912
Capital Resident Said to Be Aboard the Carpathia With Others Taken From the Titanic --- STEAMER IS NOW HEADED FOR SOME AMERICAN PORT --- Col. Archibald Gracie, 1627 Sixteenth street, is saved from the wreck of the Titanic ...
New York Times
MISS GUGGENHEIM TO WED JUNE 20
3rd June 1921
Miss Barbara Hazel Guggenheim, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, and Sigmund Marshall Kempner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph W. Kempner of 305 West End Avenue, whose engagement was announced in April, will be married on June 20....
New York Times
MISS GUGGENHEIM, DIVORCEE, TO WED
12th December 1922
Youngest Daughter of Late Copper Magnate to Marry Milton S. Waldman in Paris --- GOT RECENT FRENCH DECREE --- Fiance of Heiress, the Former Wife of S. M. Kempner, Was Lately a New York Newspaper Man --- Word ...
Bristol Times and Mirror
MISS JESSIE LEITCH
27th April 1912
Miss Jessie Leitch, of London, a second class passenger came ashore with the six-months infant of her cousin, the Rev. John Harper, of London, who was drowned. Mr. Harper handed the child to her, kissed the little one goodbye, and remained to perish....
New York Times
MISS KATHERINE FORCE TO WED MAJOR SPENCER
5th December 1922
Their Marriage to Take Place Tomorrow at the Home of Her Sister, Mrs. William K. Dick --- Although the engagement of Miss Katherine B. Force, daughter of Mrs. William H. Force, to Major Lorillard Spencer has never been formally announce...
New York Times
MISS KORNELIA T. ANDREWS
5th December 1913
Miss Kornelia T. Andrews, eldest daughter of the late Robert E. Andrews of Hudson, N. Y., died of pneumonia at her home in that city yesterday. Miss Andrews was graduated from Oberlin College and had been for many years a leader in society and chari...
New York Times
MISS M. GRAHAM WEDS
7th June 1914
Married to Eugene M. Moore---Bride a Titanic Survivor --- Special to The New York Times --- GREENWICH, Conn., June 6---Miss Margaret Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Graham of Belle Haven was married this aftern...
New York Times
MISS MARGARET HAYS WEDS
24th April 1913
One of the Survivors of the Titanic Disaster Marries at St. Thomas's --- St. Thomas's Church at Fifty-third Street and Fifth Avenue was filled to the doors yesterday with guests for the wedding of Dr. Charles D. Easton of Newport, R. I....
New York Times
MISS MARIE YOUNG DIES
29th July 1959
Survivor of Titanic Was 83---Had Been Piano Teacher --- AMSTERDAM, N. Y., July 28 (AP)---Miss Marie C. Young, one of the survivors of the Titanic ship disaster, died yesterday at a rest home near here. Her age was 83. Mis...
Derbyshire Times
MISS MARSDEN SAVED
20th April 1912
Miss Marsden the niece of Mr. George Robinson of Chesterfield, is among the rescued. Mr. George Robinson had a telegram yesterday (Friday morning) announcing this fact...
Staten Islander
MISS MARY DAVIES
20th April 1912
''Staten Islanders in the vicinity of Tottenville, are rejoicing over the safe arrival of Miss Mary Davies, of London, a sister of Mrs. E. Langford. Miss Davies arrived at her sister's home about 1.30 yesterday morning, and was immediately placed und...
MISS MARY GLYNN
Washington Times
MISS MARY GLYNN
23rd April 1912
New York Times
MISS ROSENBAUM HURT IN FRANCE
22nd August 1911
ROUEN, France, Aug. 21---Miss Edith Rosenbaum, an American, was seriously injured to-day in an automobile accident while on the way to this city from Paris.  A German merchant named Lewe, who was driving the car, was killed....
New York Times
MISS RYERSON TO WED
5th September 1915
Titanic Survivor Is Engaged to George Hyde Clark --- Special to The New York Times --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., Sept. 4---Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of Chicago and Philadelphia announced today the engagement of her daughter, Miss Emil...
Hibbing Daily Tribune
MISS WILLARD TELLS OF WRECK
23rd April 1912
Girl Well Known Here, Who was on the Titanic has reached St. Paul. St. Paul, Minn. - April 23 - Miss Constance, the 20-year-old daughter of David Willard, formerly of Duluth, has arrived at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hope McCall, on ...
MISSING: ASTOR AND STEAD
Le Matin
MISSING: ASTOR AND STEAD
17th April 1912
From Le Matin, 17 April 1912...
Chicago Examiner
MISTAKEN FOR WOMAN; FORCED INTO LIFEBOAT
19th April 1912
Hartford, Conn., Apr. 18--Resolved to die after having done his utmost to aid in placing the women and children of the Titanic aboard the lifeboats Councilman William T. Sloper, clad in a white night robe, was himself taken for a woman and thru...
New York Times
MME. AUBART RETURNS TO FRANCE
3rd May 1912
{Note: This is an excerpt from a longer article, headlined "SEES SOCIAL CHANGES," reporting on an interview with another Adriatic passenger, unrelated to Titanic or Mme. Aubart.} Mrs. N. Aubart, a young Frenchwoman who was a survivor o...
 
MME. AUBART: LUXURY LOST
1st May 1912
After her rescue from Titanic, French singer Leontine Pauline ("Ninette") Aubart, better remembered as the mistress of American millionaire Benjamin Guggenheim, wrote the following letter to the White Star Line, itemizing her lost possessions: ...
MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED
Titanica!
MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED
21st July 2002
Daniel Klistorner
The evidence challenges some assumptions on where Molly Brown's stateroom was situated....
MONTAGUE DONALD THALER
 
MONTAGUE DONALD THALER
20th May 1912
Victualling Steward, 3rd Class...
The Cadet
MOODY MEMORIAL CUP
13th June 1914
The Cup presented by Mrs Day and other relatives of J P Mood, who was lost in the "Titanic", to perpetuate his memory on board, reached the Ship during the Easter holidays, and is a great acquisition to our collection of trophies in the way of cup...
MOORE  FAMILY HEAD STONE, PUTNAM CEMETERY,  GREENWICH, NEW YORK
 
MOORE FAMILY HEAD STONE, PUTNAM CEMETERY, GREENWICH, NEW YORK
7th February 2004
Newark Evening News
MORE FROM JERSEY MAY HAVE PERISHED IN SEA
20th April 1912
PATERSON, April 20---Some residents of this city and of Hawthorne fear that several persons near to them perished on the Titanic. The supposed victims are John Mechan, of this city; Arthur Ford, formerly of th...
Chicago Examiner
MORE SPIRIT NOTES BY STEAD REVEALED
7th December 1913
Spirit messages from the late William T. Stead, lost in the Titanic disaster,...
MORE THAN A CREW LIST
 
MORE THAN A CREW LIST
30th August 2011
The “More than a List of Crew” Website Explained The historical circumstances that made merchant seafarers some of the best documented of nineteenth and early twentieth century workers in Britain...
New York Times
MORE TITANIC CLAIMS FILED
13th September 1913
Belgian Consul Asks $46,250 for Lost Natives of His Country --- More claims against the White Star Line for damages inflicted by the wreck of the Titanic were received yesterday in the Federal District Court here. Pierre Mali, Belgian C...
Chicago Tribune
MORGAN DINNER RECALLED
17th April 1912
Friendship of Family for Capt. Smith Causes Withdrawal of Invitations _______ N...
New York Times
MORGAN FORTUNE NEAR $100,000,000
1st April 1913
Financier Not Possessed of Vast Wealth of Rockefeller or Carnegie --- PUT $60,000,000 IN ART --- Lewis Cass Ledyard, His Counsel, Believed to Have Possession of His Will --- Mr. Morgan, in Wall Street's estimation, wa...
New York Times
MORGAN HOPEFUL FOR OUR STOCKS
23rd March 1907
Tells a Doubtful Fellow-Traveler He'll Change His Mind About Them --- A BIG DECLINE YESTERDAY --- Erie Issues Lead It-Dividend on the Second Preferred May Be Passed---Gold Coming Soon --- Special Cabl...
New York Times
MORGAN STOPS FESTIVITIES
20th April 1912
Deeply Affected by the Disaster, He Halts Aix Celebration  --- AIX LES BAINS, France, April 19 --- J. Pierpont Morgan, who has arrived here to participate in to-day's inauguration of the sanitarium he has had built in honor of his ...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
MORGAN'S BARBER LOST
19th April 1912
Man Who Always Shaved Financier Was on Titanic By Plain Dealer's Leased Wire New York, April 18--Arthur White, once a rich English barber and known in England as the soap wrapper king, is among those lost on the Titanic. White used to...
MORGUE PHOTO OF WENDLA MARIA HEININEN
 
MORGUE PHOTO OF WENDLA MARIA HEININEN

Wendla Maria Heininen (body number 8) in the morgue on Agricola Street, Halifax, NS....
The New York Times
MOST OF THE CREW SAIL
21st April 1912
Sent Home on the Lapland---How Many Were Saved --- All of the crew of the Titanic, except the saved officers and about twenty of the crew who are to be witnesses, sailed for their homes yesterday morning on the R...
Jersey Journal
MOTHER AND CHILD SAVED AT VERY LAST
19th April 1912
Mrs. Elizabeth Dowdell of 215 Park Avenue, Union Hill, who was rescued with her 7-year-old daughter Esther [sic], said: "I had been abroad and was returning to my home in Jersey. I was taken aboard the life boats with my little girl almost at the las...
MOTORING WITH ALGIE BARKWORTH
 
MOTORING WITH ALGIE BARKWORTH

Algernon Henry Wilson Barkworth was a first class passenger on the Titanic. This picture was owned by his longtime butler....
Guardian
MOUNT CHARLES VICTIMS
26th April 1912
It is now almost certain that Mr. W. H. Nancarrow and Mr. Alex. Robins have gone down with the ill-fated liner. Hopes were held that at least Mrs. Robins might have secured a place in the rescue boats, but now the Carpathia has reached the shore it i...
MOUNT TEMPLE TEMP'S MEMORIES
Titanica!
MOUNT TEMPLE TEMP'S MEMORIES
8th October 2009
Senan Molony
THE replacement Fourth Officer of the Mount Temple on her homeward voyage in April 1912 was a m...
The Times
MOURNING IN BELFAST : CAPTAIN SMITH'S PREDICTION
22nd April 1912
The shipbuilding works of Messrs Harland and Wolff (Limited) at Queen’s Island were closed on Saturday, which was regarded as a day of mourning for the members of the staff lost in the Titanic. With one exception all the me...
 
MOVING FILM OF WT STEAD

Coventry Standard
MR AND MRS W. E. CARTER
19th April 1912
Others saved Mr and Mrs W.E. Carter and Lucille and William Carter their children, who we understand are relatives of Mr and Mrs Mackay of Beauchamp Hall, Warks. ...
 
MR BENJAMIN HOWARD & MRS ELLEN HOWARD

Marion James
Mr & Mrs Benjamin HOWARD On researching Benjamin Howard and his wife Ellen Howard who both perished, their bodies were never found. I have been able to locate some details about them and their family members....
The Times
MR BRUCE ISMAY - AN ANONYMOUS TRIBUTE
23rd August 1937
“Will you permit me to supplement the articles concerning the late Bruce Ismay, which have already appeared in your columns, by the publication of a short personal tribute by an old friend? In the world at large Bruce Ismay may possi...
The Times
MR H.FORBES JULIAN
20th April 1912
The Carpathia has brought to New York no news of Mr H Forbes Julian, who was well known among metallurgical engineers. From 1886 to 1893 he was consultant for mines at Barberton, Johannesburg, and Kimberley, superintending the op...
 
MR WILLIAM ANGLE

Marion James
Family History of Mr William ANGLE In 1901 William is recorded as living at 23 Tower Road Ashton Manor Birming...
 
MR WILLIAM ANGLE & MRS FLORENCE AGNES ANGLE NEE HUGHES

Marion James
Mr William ANGLE & Mrs Florence Agnes ANGLE nee HUGHES Researching Mr William ANGLE I have been able to trace the following information. William Angl...
The Times
MR. A. H. BARKWORTH
20th April 1912
Mr. A. H. Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, said he was sitting in the smoking-room when the boat struck the iceberg. He saw Mr. W. T. Stead on deck. He described how the forecastle was full of powdered ice. He noted the foremast was listin...
Brighton Argus
MR. A. H. BARKWORTH (1)
19th April 1912
Mr. A. H. Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, said he was sitting in the smoking room when the boat struck the iceberg. He saw Mr. W. T. Stead on the deck. he described how the forecastle was full of powdered ice. He noted that the foremast w...
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser
MR. AND MRS. CHAPMAN
April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Liskeard, were also among the lost. Mrs. Chapman declining to go without her husband. Mrs. Hocking tells of how Mrs. Chapman was behind her when they were getting into the lifeboat. But when Sarah found that her husband J...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times
MR. AND MRS. HARVEY COLLYER
20th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Collyer and their little daughter. Mother and daughter saved; Mr. Collyer missing. Mr. Collyer's parents live in Leatherhead, Surrey. Leatherhead passengers One taken and two left. Among the passengers were Mr. ...
New York Times
MR. AND MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH
16th April 1912
Among the passengers on the Titanic were Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Cavendish of London, and their two children. Mrs. Cavendish is a daughter of Henry Siegel, President of the Simpson-Crawford Company. She was making the trip here to visit her father at his ...
MR. ANTONIO VOSSELLA
 
MR. ANTONIO VOSSELLA

portrait...
Salford City Reporter
MR. ARTHUR GEE
16th May 1912
A wireless message from the Mackay Bennett published by the White Star Line in New York shows that among the bodies recovered and identified is that of Mr. Arthur Gee (who is well known at the Height) of St Annes....
Daily Mail
MR. BEESLEY THOUGHT MISSING
18th April 1912
Mr. LAWRENCE BEESLEY. - Son of the late Mr. H. Beesley, bank manager, Wirkshire [sic], Derbyshire, late science master at Dulwich College....
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express
MR. C. H. LIGHTOLLER, THE SECOND OFFICER
20th April 1912
Mr. C. H. Lightoller, the second officer on the ill-fated Titanic, who is reported to be among the survivors, lived at Netley Abbey, and on Wednesday one of our representatives called on his wife at their residence at Hound to convey congratula...
Aberdeen Daily Journal
MR. F. D. MILLET
20th April 1912
In modern times at any rate the life of a successful artist is unusually placid and uneventful; few have crowded into it such variety as Mr. F. D. Millet, whose loss in the disaster which has befallen the Titanic will be deeply felt by many, both ...
Cambridge Independent Press
MR. F. E. G. COY
26th April 1912
Mr. F. E. G. Coy, nephew of Mr. Jonathan Coy, of Prickwillow Road, Ely, was an engineer on the Titanic, and no news has been received of his being among those rescued. He also was on the Olympic at the time of the collision, and was afterwards transf...
Guernsey Weekly Press
MR. H. MITCHELL
22nd April 1912
Mr. H. Mitchell, who was aged 73, was on his way to pay a visit to his brother and other relatives. He was an ex-Donzenier of Canton No. 1 and was for some years in business in the boot trade in Mill-street. He was a widower and resided with his daug...
The Times
MR. ISMAY AND THE WHITE STAR LINE
1st January 1913
IMPENDING RESIGNATION OF THE CHAIRMANSHIP --- It is now officially announced that Mr. J. Bruce Ismay will retire from the presidency of the International Mercantile Marine Company as from June 30 next, and that he wil...
The Times
MR. ISMAY'S GIFT TO THE MERCANTILE MARINE
3rd January 1919
MESSAGE FROM THE KING --- The Mercantile Marine Service Association, Liverpool, having informed the King that Mr. Bruce Ismay had contributed £25,000 for the purpose of founding a ...
Guernsey Evening Press
MR. J. DUQUEMIN
1912
c/o Porgos, St. Sampson, Guernsey. Reported Saved. News was received at noon today of the safety of Mr. Joseph Duquemin. Mr. Joseph Duquemin, of Portgrat, Vale, a quarryman, aged about 30. He accompanied M...
Guernsey Evening Press
MR. J. DUQUEMIN (1)
20th April 1912
The relations of Mr. Joseph Duquemin, reported to be one of the survivors of the Titanic Disaster, have not yet heard from him direct, but yesterday a letter was received from the White Star line's Southampton Office, confirming the telegram sent on ...
Scarborough Mercury
MR. J. P. MOODY
19th April 1912
Son of Mr. J. Moody We understand that Mr. J. P. Moody, one of the officers concerning whom no news has been received, is a son of Mr. J. Moody, solicitor, once in practice in Scarborough, and for some years a member of the Scarborough...
Eastbourne Gazette
MR. J. WESLEY WOODWARD
24th April 1912
One of the best known among the hero musicians of the Titanic was Mr. J. Wesley Woodward, son of Mrs. Woodward, of The Firs, Windmill Road, Headington, Oxford, who was one of the violoncelle players of the Duke of Devonshire's Eastbourne Orchestra. M...
Guernsey Evening Press
MR. JOSEPH DUQUEMIN
2nd May 1912
A letter was received this morning by the father of Mr. Joseph Duquemin, who was a passenger on the Titanic. He states that he has been in hospital and on his recovery proceeded to his destination, Albany, New York, where he has arrived quite well. H...
Brighton Argus
MR. PITMAN
24th April 1912
Mr. Pitman, the third officer, who confirmed the statement that only two boats were lowered at the Board of Trade inspection. He did not see any ice before the disaster, but knew a wireless warning had been received. After the receipt of the w...
Cambridge Independent Press
MR. R. C. COLERIDGE MISSING
19th April 1912
Page 5 There seems every reason to fear that Mr. Reginald C. Coleridge, of Hartford, who was among the second-class passengers on the Titanic, has lost his life. Every day since the disaster his friends have anxiously scanned the lists...
Daily Home News
MR. SILVEY LOST WHEN WIFE WAS SAVED
19th April 1912
With the landing of the Carpathia last night came final confirmation of the sad news that William B. Silvey, brother of Mrs. Fred Deshler, formerly of this city, now of Washington, was lost with the Titanic. Mrs. Silvey was taken off in a lifeboat a...
Newark Star
MR. STENGEL SENDS WORD HE IS SAFE
18th April 1912
Nothing Heard of Three Other Essex Men Who Were on Doomed Ship --- Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel were rejoiced yesterday when a wireless message was received from Mr. Ivan Stengel stating that his father and ...
New York Times
MR. STRAUS'S HORSE DEAD
26th April 1912
Found Lifeless in Stable the Morning After the Titanic Sank --- Friends of Isidor Straus, who, with his wife, perished in the Titanic disaster, told yesterday of a peculiar coincidence concerning Mr. Straus and his favorite horse Bess. ...
Camden Post-Telegram
MR. SUTTON'S BODY SURELY ON THE MORGUE SHIP
29th April 1912
White Star Line Confirms Report That Mackay-Bennett Has Corpse of Haddonfield Resident --- WRECKAGE SEEN BY ANOTHER STEAMER --- By United Press Wire NEW YORK, April 29---The White Star Line announced to-day that it ...
Camden Post-Telegram
MR. SUTTON'S WILL PROBATED TO-DAY
29th April 1912
Victim of Titanic Left Estate to His Wife and Daughter and Latter's Children --- RELATIVE AT HALIFAX TO CLAIM THE BODY --- Through Attorneys Gaskill & Gaskill the will of Frederick Sutton, a former resident of Haddonfield,...
Southport Visitor
MR. WALTER ENNIS
18th April 1912
Another local passenger was Mr Walter Ennis, who was engaged on the Titanic as Turkish bathman and masseur. He was previously employed by Smedley Hydro, Birkdale in a similar position, having been there about six years. This was his first voyage, and...
St. Ives Times & Express
MR. WILLIAM CARBINES
19th April 1912
Mr. William Carbines, 19, of Nanjivey, was the fourth son of Mr. Nicholas Carbines, and he sailed on the "Titanic" in order to join one of his three other brothers also in Michigan. Although he had been mining in this part of the county for some time...
Cumberland News
MR. WILLIAM MURDOCH
20th April 1912
The first officer of the ill-fated ship was Mr. William Murdoch, son of Captain Samuel Murdoch, Oakland, Dalbeattie, who was transferred from the Olympic, on which he was one of the chief officers....
Dumfries and Galloway Standard and Advertiser
MR. WILLIAM MURDOCH (1)
11th May 1912
Mrs. Murdoch the widow of the late Lieutenant Murdoch, First Officer of the ill-fated liner, has received the following letter: Hotel Continental, Washington, April 24th, 1912. Dear Mrs. Murdoch, - I am writing on behalf of the surviving officers to ...
Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate, and Cheriton Herald
MR. WILLIAM PENNY
25th April 1912
We regret to hear that Mr. William Penny, eldest son of Mrs. A. Penny, of 4, Waverley Villas, Cheriton Road, was among the victims in the catastrophe to the Titanic. Mr. Penny had been a medical steward in the service of the White Star Lin...
Worcester Telegram
MRS ABBOTT IS STILL IN HOSPITAL
20th April 1912
New York, April 19.- Mrs. Rose Abbott, of Providence, R.I., who was among the survivors is now in the New York hospital suffering with contusions of the legs. She will be able to leave the institution in a couple of days....
 
MRS ADA E BALL (BALLS) NEE HALL

Marion James
Mrs Ada E BALL (BALLS) nee HALL Ada E HALL married Martin...
MRS ALLISON
Evening World
MRS ALLISON
22nd April 1912
MRS ALLISON WITH LORAINE AND TREVOR
 
MRS ALLISON WITH LORAINE AND TREVOR

Worcester Evening Gazette
MRS ASPLUND AND CHILDREN SAFE IN HOSPITAL AT N.Y.
19th April 1912
Article of Interest...
The South Bend Tribune
MRS FATIMA MOUSSELMANI
8th May 1912
Michael D. Lacopo (transcriber)
TITANIC SURVIVOR WEDS Michigan City Woman Brings Word of Drowning of South Bend Men Michigan City, Ind., May 8 -- Mohammed Mustafa Ajamy and Miss Fatima Muselmanie, the latter a Titanic survivor and the woman who brought word of the...
MRS H. J. ALLISON
Chicago Daily Tribune
MRS H. J. ALLISON
20th April 1912
newspaper photo' of Bess Allison...
Unidentified Newspaper
MRS HANSEN STILL IN BED
1912
Titanic Survivor in Precarious Condition at Brother's Home Mrs. Peter C. Hansen, the survivor of the steamer Titanic, who arrived in Racine Wednesday, is still in an extremely nervous condition, and is still not able to be around. She is staying at t...
MRS HENRY B. HARRIS, FORMERLY MISS IRENE WALLACH, OF WASHINGTON
Washington Times
MRS HENRY B. HARRIS, FORMERLY MISS IRENE WALLACH, OF WASHINGTON
17th April 1912
MRS HENRY L. CASSEBEER JR.
Binghamton Press
MRS HENRY L. CASSEBEER JR.
1912
Eleanor Cassebeer...
New York Times
MRS M. F. MARVIN IS CHRISTMAS BRIDE
26th December 1913
Survivor of Titanic Disaster When Husband Perished Married to Horace De Camp --- 800 AT CHURCH CEREMONY --- Flower Girls and Pages Strew White Rose Petals in Bride's Path---Honeymoon in Egypt --- A large Chri...
MRS SMITH, CAPTAIN SMITH'S WIDOW
L'Echo du Nord
MRS SMITH, CAPTAIN SMITH'S WIDOW
29th April 1912
MRS STRAUS WOULD NOT LEAVE HER HUSBAND
L'Excelsior
MRS STRAUS WOULD NOT LEAVE HER HUSBAND
20th April 1912
From L'Excelsior, 20 April 1912...
The Times
MRS W. D. MARVIN
20th April 1912
Mrs W. D. Marvin, of New York, who was on her honeymoon trip, was almost prostrated when she learned on reaching the dock that her husband had not been picked up by some other boat:- As I was put into the boat he cried to me "It's alright, little gir...
 
MRS WINNIE (MINNIE) COUTTS

Marion James
  Information Held on the COUTTS Family MARRIAGE Taken from UK BMD Index Vol 2a Page 1180 ...
New York Times
MRS. E. B. SHERFESEE, ONCE HOOVER AIDE
30th December 1939
Head of the American Fund for French Wounded Won Croix de Guerre---Titanic Survivor --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., Dec. 29---Mrs. Emily Borie Sherfesee, wife of Forsythe Sherfesee, former fiananc...
Washington Times
MRS. MOORE AWAITS WORD OF HUSBAND
18th April 1912
W. B. Hibbs, Who Went To New York, Not Yet Heard From --- No word from W. B. Hibbs was received at the residence of Clarence Moore this morning. Mr. Hibbs went to New York yesterday to obtain all possible information about Mr. Moore, w...
New York Times
MRS. A. H. RICE DIES IN A PARIS STORE
14th July 1937
New York and Newport Society Woman, Wife of Explorer, Noted for Philanthropy --- A SURVIVOR OF TITANIC --- Lost First Husband and Son in Disaster---Gave Library to Harvard University --- Special Cable to THE ...
Evening Bulletin
MRS. A. H. RICE DIES IN PARIS AT 69
14th July 1937
Wife of Explorer and Surgeon Was Widow of G. D. Widener --- Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Rice, the former Eleanor Elkins, of this city, died suddenly yesterday at her home in Paris. She was 69. Mrs. Rice's first husband was G...
Unidentified Newspaper
MRS. ADA PERINE, 92, SURVIVED TITANIC SINKING
1967
Mrs. Ada Perine, 92, who 55 years ago survived the sinking of the "unsinkable" luxury liner Titanic, died Sunday at the Maryland Masonic Home for the Aged in Cockeysville, where she had lived since 1953. Mrs. Perine, then Mrs. Ada Ball, was...
Akron Beacon Journal
MRS. ADDIE WELLS THOUGHT IT WAS BOAT DRILL UNTIL SHE SAW OFFICER'S PISTOL
20th April 1912
Stood Up All Night Long in Lifeboat, Nestling Her Babies in Her Skirts to Keep Them Warm and Dry and Alive (Special Dispatch to the Beacon Journal) New York, April 20--Mrs. Addie Wells and her two chidlren, Joan, aged ...
Daily Mining Gazette
MRS. AGNES EDWARDS SUMMONED BY DEATH
5th August 1933
Mrs. Agnes Edwards, 69 years old, well known Hancock matron, died at St. Joseph's hospital last evening at 5 o'clock. She had been a resident of the Copper Country for 21 years, residing on Railroad Avenue. Mrs. Edwards was a survivor of th...
New York Times
MRS. ASTOR
17th April 1912
William H. Force, father of Mrs. John Jacob Astor, remained up all night in hopes of getting news of his daughter and her husband. When he saw that Mrs. Astor's name was on the list of rescued he was overcome with joy. He lost no time...
New York Times
MRS. ASTOR ASKS A DECREE
2nd March 1910
Seeks Final Order in Her Divorce Suit in White Plains --- WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., March 1---Counsel for Mrs. Ava Willing Astor filed a note of issue to-day for a motion to make permanent the interlocutory decree of divorce she obtained fro...
New York Times
MRS. ASTOR IS ABLE TO TELL OF RESCUE
22nd April 1912
birds...
New York Times
MRS. ASTOR IS ILL, BUT NOT CRITICALLY
20th April 1912
Alarming Reports as to Her Condition Formally Denied by Secretary --- VINCENT ASTOR STILL HOPES --- Mrs. Henry B. Harris Slowly Regaining Her Strength --- Robert W. Daniel Receives Friends at...
New York Times
MRS. ASTOR OBTAINS DIVORCE QUIETLY
9th November 1909
No Names Mentioned in Proceedings Before Justice Mills, Who Grants Interlocutory Decree --- ALL PAPERS IN CASE SEALED --- It Is Understood Counsel Had Earlier Agreement on Disposition of Children and Financial Settlement...
MRS. ASTOR ON HER MORNING TROT THROUGH CENTRAL PARK
 
MRS. ASTOR ON HER MORNING TROT THROUGH CENTRAL PARK
1915
MRS. ASTOR RIDING IN CENTRAL PARK
 
MRS. ASTOR RIDING IN CENTRAL PARK
1914
The Sun (New York)
MRS. AVA W. ASTOR SAILS
19th May 1912
Leaves for London, but is to Return Here Before Long --- Mrs. Ava Willing Astor, former wife of Col. John Jacob Astor, who was lost in the foundering of the Titanic, sailed yesterday for England by the White Star line...
New York Times
MRS. B. GUGGENHEIM SUCCUMBS HERE AT 66
16th November 1937
Her Husband, Member of Family Noted in Mining Industry, Perished on Titanic --- Mrs. Florette Guggenheim, widow of Benjamin Guggenheim, who perished on the Titanic, died yesterday in her apartment in the Hotel Plaza, after a brief illne...
Washington Herald
MRS. CANDEE LAUDS MAJ. BUTT'S HEROISM
19th April 1912
Mrs. Churchill Candee
"The Action of Men of the Titanic Was Noble," She Writes --- By MRS. CHURCHILL CANDEE, Of Washington. --- New York, April 18---The action of the men on the Titanic was noble. They stood back in every instance that ...
Washington Times
MRS. CANDEE TELLS OF TRAGIC SCENES AS STEAMER SANK
19th April 1912
Washington Woman Says Officers Demanded That Women Go First --- By GORDON MACKAY, Staff Correspondent --- NEW YORK, April 19---From the feeble, trembling lips of an aged woman comes the story that tears away the veil of my...
Binghamton Press
MRS. CASSEBEER ACCOUNT
29th April 1912
Mrs. Henry Arthur Casebeer, Jr., of New York City, who is one of the survivors of the ill-fated Titanic, was in Binghamton this morning visiting her mother, Mrs. L.V. Fosdick at the House of the Good Shepherd and to a representative of the Bingham...
Virginia Pilot
MRS. CELINEY DECKER, 69, SURVIVOR OF LINER 'TITANIC'
11th March 1966
NORFOLK--Mrs. Celiney Alexander Decker, 69, of 1158 Larchmont Crescent, who as a 15-year-old immigrant bride from Lebanon survived the sinking of the passenger liner Titanic in 1912, died Thursday at 5:30 P.M. in a hospital. Only one other ...
Worcester Telegram
MRS. CHARLES ASPLUND AND THREE CHILDREN ARE SAVED
18th April 1912
Her Husband and Two of Their Sons Are Believed to Be Among Those Lost on the Titanic, Though Names Sent Show Slight Varience Charles Asplund, formerly of Worcester, his son Carl, 6 years old, and a baby boy 2 years old, are pro...
New York Times
MRS. CHESTER O. SWAIN
3rd September 1949
Mrs. Florence Thayer Swain, widow of Chester O. Swain, a former vice-president and director of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, died yesterday in her home at 755 Park Avenue. Her age was 75. Mrs. Swain's first husband, John Bradley C...
Newark Evening News
MRS. COMPTON TELLS OF TITANIC DISASTER
19th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 19---Mrs. Alexander T. Compton and her daughter, Miss Alice Compton, of Lakewood, N. J., and New Orleans, two of the Titanic’s rescued, reached here completely prostrated o...
Brooklyn Daily Times
MRS. CORNELL SAVED?
17th April 1912
Magistrate's Wife Probably Rescued from Titanic --- BAYSIDE, April 17---News was received to-day at the home of Edward W. Apppleton, whose wife, a sister of Magistrate Robert C. Cornell, of Manhattan, and sister-in-law of Daniel W. Appl...
Evening Bulletin
MRS. CROLIUS DIES; TITANIC SURVIVOR
23rd April 1958
Mrs. Olive Potter Crolius, widow of Allen Crolius, died Monday at her home in Alden Park Manor, Germantown. She was 70. Mrs. Crolius and her mother, the late Mrs. Thomas Potter, Jr., were survivors of the sinking of the Titanic off th...
Chicago Record-Herald
MRS. CROSBY OF MILWAUKEE, ON WAY HOME, TELLS OF EXCITEMENT IN LOWERING BOATS
23rd April 1912
Mrs. E. G. Crosy, wife of Captain E. G. Crosby of the Crosby Lake Steamshipp Company, and her daughter, Miss Hattie Crosby, of Milwaukee, who were in the ill-fated ship, arrived in Chicago yesterday afternoon.  Captain Crosby was drowned.&nbs...
New York Times
MRS. D. R. BENJAMIN WED TO G. H. CLARKE
13th December 1933
Ceremony by Justice P. J. McCook Soon After the License Is Obtained --- Mrs. Dorothy Rennard Benjamin of the Hotel Berkshire and George Hyde Clarke of Hyde Hall, Cooperstown, N. Y., obtained a marriage license at the Municipal Building ...
New York Times
MRS. DEAN MATHEY, TITANIC SURVIVOR, 72
8th September 1965
Special to The New York Times --- PRINCETON, N. J., Sept. 7---Mrs. Helen Newsom Mathey, a survivor of the liner Titanic, sunk in 1912 by an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean, with the loss of more than 1,500 lives, died today in Princeton H...
New York Times
MRS. DICK GETS DIVORCE
22nd July 1933
Former Mrs. John Jacob Astor Silent About Future Plans --- MINDEN, Nev., July 21 (AP)---The former Mrs. John Jacob Astor was divorced here today from William K. Dick of New York City, remaining silent meanwhile on reported plans for a ...
New York Times
MRS. DICK IS INJURED
14th September 1933
Falls on Floor of Bermuda House, Breaking Shoulder --- HAMILTON, Bermuda, Sept. 13 (AP)--- Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick slipped and fell on the polished floor of her house last night and broke her shoulder. Mrs. Dick, w...
New York Times
MRS. DICK MARRIED TO FIERMONTE, BOXER, IN CIVIL CEREMONY IN HOSPITAL ROOM HERE
28th November 1933
Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick and Enzo Fiermonte, Italian middleweight pugilist, were married at 5:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Mrs. Dick's room at the Doctors Hospital, East End Avenue and Eighty-seventh Street. Mrs. Dick is 40 years old; Mr. ...
New York Times
MRS. DICK RETURNS; CARRIED TO HOSPITAL
4th November 1933
Still Suffering From Effect of Broken Arm, Doctor Says---Silent on Boxer --- Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick, former widow of the late John Jacob Astor and divorced wife of William K. Dick, returned from Bermuda yesterday on the Monarch...
New York Times
MRS. DICK'S ESTATE LEFT TO 2 OF SONS
10th April 1940
William F. and John H. to Get Principal at Age of 28 --- Mrs. Madeleine T. Dick, who died at Palm Beach, Fla., on March 27, left her estate in trust for the benefit of two of her sons, William Force Dick and John Henry Dick of Islip, L....
New York Times
MRS. DOROTHY A. HARDER
3rd December 1926
Mrs. Dorothy A. Harder --- Mrs. Dorothy Annan Harder, wife of George A. Harder, died Wednesday at her residence, 510 Park Avenue. She was the only child of the late Edward Annan Jr. and Maude Earle. Edward Annan of Brooklyn, her grandfa...
Toronto Daily Star
MRS. E.F. GORDON
22nd March 1961
Page 36, Column 2 Private funeral services were held for Mrs. Ethel Flora Fortune Gordon, wife of the late Crawford Gordon, a former manager of a Toronto branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Mrs. Gordon died yes...
New York Times
MRS. EDWARD B. MAYER
22nd July 1927
Mrs. Edward B. Mayer died suddenly last night at her home, 21 East Eighty-second Street. She was the former Miss Benita Rosalind Guggenheim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim. Her father was drowned in the Titanic disaster. Mrs. Mayer was ...
Salem Evening News
MRS. ELIZABETH LINES
19th December 1942
Mrs. Sargent H. Wellman of Wenham Road has the sympathy of the townspeople in the death of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth (Lindsey) Lines, 82, widow of Dr. Ernest H. Lines. Funeral services are being held today at 2:30 from the Grace Church in Sale...
MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH AND HER SON
New York Tribune
MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH AND HER SON
15th April 1913
Bride who was widowed by the Titanic disaster and babe whose father went down with the ship BRIDE, WIDOW, MOTHER, ALL WITHIN A YEAR Anniversary of Titanic Disaster Recalls Experience of Mrs. E...
New York Times
MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH REWEDS
11th April 1923
HUNTINGTON, W. Va., Apr. 10---Mrs. Eloise Hughes Smith, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, to whom a divorce was granted a month ago from Robert P. Daniel of Philadelphia, another survivor of the same disaster, was married Saturday at Ironton, Ohio,...
Hopewell Herald
MRS. EMILY THOMAS BLACKWELL
19th December 1906
Mrs. Emily Thomas Blackwell wife of Stephen Weart Blackwell of New York City was buried in the Old School Baptist Churchyard in this place saturday afternoon. The funeral was held from the residents of ex-Senator...
New York Times
MRS. EMMA W. BUCKNELL
29th June 1927
Widow of University Founder Dies at Saranac Lake Camp --- Special to The New York Times --- SARANAC INN, N. Y., June 28.---Mrs. Emma Ward Bucknell, 75 years old, widow of William Bucknell, founder of Bucknell University, d...
New York Times
MRS. FIERMONTE CLOSES HOME
9th August 1934
WESTHAMPTON BEACH, L. I., Aug. 8---Crampton House, the Summer home of Mrs. Enzo Fiermonte, the former Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick, has been closed and Mrs. Fiermonte has left for an unannounced destination. Mrs. Fiermonte, whose husband, the pugi...
New York Times
MRS. FIERMONTE RITES
29th May 1940
Dr. Sargent to Officiate Monday at St. Bartholomew's Service --- A funeral service for Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, who died of a heart ailment at her Winter home in Palm Beach, Fla., on Wednesday, will be held here on Mon...
New York Times
MRS. FIERMONTE SUES
3rd May 1938
Former Madeline Astor Seeks Florida Divorce From Boxer --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., May 2---Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, filed suit for divorce here today from Enzo Fiermonte, c...
New York Times
MRS. FIERMONTE'S ESTATE
3rd May 1941
She Left a Gross of $1,149,142 and Net of $983,637 --- Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, who died on March 27, 1940, left a gross estate of $1,149,142, according to an accounting filed in Surrogate's Court yesterday by P. Lyndo...
Portland Oregonian
MRS. FRANK WARREN DESCRIBES THE TRAGEDY TO THE OREGONIAN
27th April 1912
John Lamoreau
Frank and Anna Warren were the only first class couple from Oregon on the Titanic. Mrs. Warren, who was 60 years of age at the time of the sinking, reported in great detail the horrific events of the tragedy. Her account was published in Orego...
New York Times
MRS. FREDERIC SPEDDEN
11th February 1950
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES ---  TUXEDO PARK, N. Y., Feb. 10---Mrs. Margaretta C. Spedden died in her home here today after a brief illness. She was 78 years old. Mrs. Spedden was the widow of Frederic O. Spedden, who died two y...
New York Times
MRS. G. D. WIDENER TO MARRY DR. RICE
6th October 1915
South American Explorer to Wed Widow of Titanic Victim in Boston on Oct. 14 --- HER MEMORIAL GIFTS --- Philadelphia Society Woman Noted for Her Beauty and Jewels---Dr. Rice's Scientific Achievements --- Speci...
New York Times
MRS. GAGE BLAMES ALL ON MRS. GRACIE
13th April 1912
Court Adjourns to Give District Attorney Time to Find Missing Witness --- C. J. BELL STILL NERVOUS --- Banker Insists Upon Mrs. Gage Being Returned to the Asylum for Fear of a Tragedy --- Special to The New Y...
New York Times
MRS. GAGE REMAINS IN ASYLUM
13th March 1912
WASHINGTON, March 12---Mrs. Mary E. Gage, who was committed to the Government Hospital for the Insane yesterday for threatening Charles J. Bell, a Washington banker, still is a patient in that institution. Habeas corpus proceedings for her release we...
MRS. GEORGE D. WIDENER
Washington Times
MRS. GEORGE D. WIDENER
18th April 1912
New York Times
MRS. GRACIE DROPS WILL SUIT
3rd May 1923
Special to the New York Times --- WASHINGTON. May 2--- Mrs. Constance Shack Gracie, widow of Colonel Archibald Gracie, U. S. A., who lost his life from exposure in the Titanic disaster, has abandoned her attempt to establish an alleged ...
Kenosha Telegraph-Courier
MRS. HANSON IS HOME

MRS. HANSON IS HOME _____________________   ...
New York Times
MRS. HARRIS GAINS STRENGTH
20th April 1912
Mrs. Henry B Harris, widow of the theatrical manager who was lost on the Titanic, was regaining strength yesterday, but she was still in a nervous condition. Her shoulder, which she injured a day before the sinking of the ship, was healing normally. ...
New York Times
MRS. HELEN C. CANDEE SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES
24th August 1949
Page 25, column 2 YORK HARBOR, ME., Aug 23 Mrs. Helen Churchill Candee, author and lecturer, of this place and Washington, D.C., died here today after a brief illness. She was 90 years old. Mrs. Candee, an authority on tapes...
Variety
MRS. HENRY B. (RENEE) HARRIS DIES
10th September 1969
Robert J. Landry
Theatre Owner-Producer Was Linked to Another Broadway Era Although she was married three times afterwards, she always remained Mrs. Henry B. Harris and when she died at Doctors Hospital, N.Y., at 93, she was press reported either as Mr...
Washington Times
MRS. HENRY B. HARRIS SAVED FROM WRECK
18th April 1912
Little Hope Is Entertained For Recovery of Theatrical Promoter --- Two telegrams were received in Washington last night confirming previous reports that Mrs. Henry B. Harris, who was Miss Rene Wallack, [sic] was saved from the wreck of ...
New York Times
MRS. HOKAN STEFFANSON
14th December 1953
Page 31, column 2 Mrs. Mary Eno Steffanson died last night at her home, 56 East Fifty-seventh Street, after an illness of several months. She was 71 years old. Mrs. Steffanson, daughter of the late John Chester Eno, was the...
Chicago Tribune
MRS. IDA HIPPACH LEAVES $85,000 ESTATE TO DAUGHTER
22nd October 1940
The will of Mrs. Ida S. Hippach, leaving an estate estimated at $85,000 to a daughter, Mrs. Jean Unander-Scharin of Lake Forest, was filed for probate yesterday.  Mrs. Hippach died a month ago at the age of 74 in her home at 2808 Evanston.&nb...
MRS. J. B. THAYER
Washington Times
MRS. J. B. THAYER
18th April 1912
New York Times
MRS. J. CLINCH SMITH DIES
21st August 1913
Widow of Titanic Victim Never Recovered from Shock of His Death --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- PARIS, Aug. 20---Mrs. James Clinch Smith, a well known American resident of Paris, died to-day at Leysin, Switzerl...
New York Times
MRS. J. J. BROWN DIES; SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
27th October 1932
Was Rescued by the Carpathia After Hours in Row Boat-- Long a Newport Colonist.Mrs. Margaret Tobin Brown of Denver, Col., widow of James J. Brown, mine owner, died...
Passaic Herald News
MRS. J. JOSEPH O'NEILL
13th June 1974
CLIFTON Mrs. Margaret O'Neill, 82, died yesterday in St. Mary Hospital, Passaic. Mrs. O'Neill was born in Ireland and came to the United States in 1912. She lived in Jersey City and Montclair before moving to Clifton five y...
Concord Enterprise
MRS. J. MURRAY BROWN
17th April 1912
"Among the passengers o the Titanic was Mrs. J. Murray Brown, widow of the late J. Murray Brown, and mother of Mrs. George S. Keyes of Concord. Mrs. Brown went to England in the early part of March, accompanied by her sisters, Mrs. E. D. A...
Concord Enterprise
MRS. J. MURRAY BROWN (1)
24th April 1912
Mrs. J. Murray Brown, who upon her return from New York, where she was taken to the home of her sister, wife of Judge Cornell, upon the arrival of the Carpathia, came to Concord and went to the home of her daighter, Mrs. George S. Keyes. She is now a...
Arlington Advocate
MRS. J. MURRAY BROWN (2)
27th April 1912
Mrs. J. Murray Brown, formerly of Belmont, who, with her two sisters escaped from the wrecked Titanic, is well known to some of our readers. Her sons used to be quite prominent in Arlington society. Mrs. Brown has furnished some of the most clear and...
New York Times
MRS. J. W. CARDEZA, TITANIC SURVIVOR
2nd August 1939
Noted Yachtswoman and a Big Game Hunter of Early 90's Dies in Germantown ACTIVE IN PHILANTHROPY Twice Circumnavigated World in Own Yacht--Daughter of Late Thomas Drake PHIDADELPHIA, Aug. 1 ...
New York Times
MRS. JANE L. HERMAN
16th January 1937
She and Two Daughters Titanic Survivors---Husband, Son Lost --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- BEDMINSTER, N. J., Jan. 16---Mrs. Janes Laber [sic] Herman, 75 years old, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, died at her ho...
Detroit Journal
MRS. JANE QUICK
20th April 1912
Mrs. Jane Quick, wife of Frederick Quick 383 Brooklyn Avenue, with her two daughters, one aged eight and the other three years, all survivors of the Titanic, also arrived on the same train with Mrs Hamlin. ''Jane''! cried a mans voice as Mrs....
New York Times
MRS. JOHN J. ASTOR 3D GIVES BIRTH TO SON
20th July 1935
The Former Ellen Tuck French Becomes a Mother at the Doctors Hospital --- A son was born at 5:04 P. M. yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob Astor 3d in Doctors Hospital, 174 East End Avenue. The baby weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces. The con...
MRS. JOHN JACOB ASTOR
Washington Times
MRS. JOHN JACOB ASTOR
15th April 1912
MRS. JOHN JACOB ASTOR (1)
Washington Times
MRS. JOHN JACOB ASTOR (1)
18th April 1912
New York Times
MRS. LOUISE JONES WED IN BAY STATE
20th September 1952
Church in Barnstable Is Scene of Marriage to John Maclay Mirkil, Marine Ex-Officer --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- BARNSTABLE, Mass., Sept. 19---Mrs. Louise Unander-Scharin Jones, daughter of Mrs. J. Hippach Unander...
New York Times
MRS. LOUISE U.-S. JONES IS ENGAGED TO MARRY
26th August 1953
Mrs. J. Hippach Unander-Scharin of Wianno, Mass., formerly of Chicago and Lake Forest, Ill., has announced here the engagement of her daughter, Mrs. Louise Unander-Scharin Jones, to John Maclay Mirkil, son of William I. Mirkil of Meadowlane Farm, New...
MRS. LUCIEN P. SMITH, DAUGHTER OF CONGRESSMAN JAMES A. HUGHES
Washington Times
MRS. LUCIEN P. SMITH, DAUGHTER OF CONGRESSMAN JAMES A. HUGHES
17th April 1912
Washington Times
MRS. LUCILLE CARTER AND HER FAMILY ARE SAVED FROM DEEP SEA
16th April 1912
Mrs. Stilson Hutchins, of this city, has received word that her cousin, Mrs. Lucille Carter, of Philadelphia, has been rescued. Mr. Carter and their two children also are among the saved. "I have just received a long distance phone fro...
New York Times
MRS. LURATI WINS POINT
13th November 1915
Surrogate Indicates She Is Entitled to Accounting in Guggenheim Suit --- Surrogate Fowler announced yesterday that it was his opinion that Mrs. Amy G. Lurati, once known as Amy G. Tuska, is entitled to ask for an accounting of the execu...
New York Times
MRS. M. S. MOORE MARRIES
2nd May 1915
Wealthy Widow of Titanic Victim Weds A. C. P. Wichfeld, a Dane --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, May 1---Mrs. Mabelle Swift Moore, Washington's wealthiest widow, whose husband, Clarence Moore, lost his life...
New York Times
MRS. M. S. WALDMAN WINS PARIS DIVORCE
26th February 1930
Two Other American Women Also Receive Decrees From the French Courts --- TRAGIC ACCIDENT RECALLED --- Waldman Children Fell to Death From Penthouse Apartment Here in October, 1928 --- PARIS, Feb. 25 (AP)---Th...
New York Times
MRS. MARVIN'S WEDDING
19th December 1913
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farquharson of 317 Riverside Drive have sent out invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Mary Farquharson Marvin, and Horace De Camp, which is to take place on Christmas Day. The ceremony will be held at the Harlem Pr...
New York Times
MRS. MARY GAGE SANE
23rd April 1912
Must Now Answer Charge of Threatening Charles J. Bell. --- WASHINGTON, April 22---Mrs. Mary E. Gage of this city was adjudged of sound mind to-day, and to-morrow she mst [sic] face a police charge of making dangerous threats. Mrs. Gage...
News Palladium
MRS. NELLIE BECKER
15th February 1961
Mrs. Nellie Becker, of 391 Britain Avenue, died at 6:06 A.M. today at Mercy Hospital, where she was admitted four days ago following an apparent heart attack. Mrs. Becker was the widow of Rev. O. A. (sic) Becker, who served as interim ...
Philadelphia Inquirer
MRS. POTTER DIES AT AGE OF 98
2nd January 1954
Mrs. Thomas Potter, Jr., honorary secretary of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Red Cross, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Allen Potter Crolius, the Cambridge Apartments, Wissahickon ave. and School House lane. She was 9...
MRS. R. L. BECKWITH
Washington Times
MRS. R. L. BECKWITH
18th April 1912
New York Times
MRS. RICHARD L. BECKWITH
13th February 1955
Page 86, Column 8 Mrs. Sallie Monypeny Beckwith, widow of Richard L. Beckwith, died Friday night at her home, 224 East Sixty-first Street. She was born in Columbus, Ohio, eighty-nine years ago. Mrs. Beckwith was a memb...
New York Times
MRS. S. BEACH COOKE
26th June 1960
Special to The New York Times --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., June 25---Mrs. Emily Borie Ryerson Cooke, widow of S. Beach Cooke, an artist and writer, died today of a cerebral hemorrhage at Ringwood, her home here. She was 66 years old. ...
Charleston Evening Post
MRS. SAMUEL REEVES
20th October 1962
Page 2A, column 3 SUMMERVILLE Mrs. Lucile Carter Reeves, widow of Samuel Reeves, died last night at the residence of a daughter, Mrs. Clinton W. Trowbridge. Funeral services will be held at Philadelphia, Pa. Local arrangement...
Worcester Telegram
MRS. SELMA ASPLUND [OBITUARY]
17th April 1964
Mrs. Selma A. (Johnson) Asplund, 90, of 39 Fairlawn Circle, Shrewsbury, died Wednesday night in St. Vincent Hospital, a few hours after being admitted. Born in Smaland, Sweden, she moved to Kansas City, Mo., 71 years ago, and to Worcester a ye...
Hartford Courant
MRS. STEWART DID NOT SAIL ON TITANIC
18th April 1912
(Special to The Courant) Winsted, April 17 Spencer C. Coe received a message this morning advising him that his cousin, Mrs. Florence A. Stewart, wife of Albert A. Stewart,...
Denver Times
MRS. STOIBER-ROOD DENIES REPORT HUSBAND IS ALIVE
19th April 1912
Says She Has Positive Evidence He Lost His Life on Titanic Disaster. Recent reports from London that a man seen there had been partially identified as Hugh R. Rood, supposed to have been one of the Titanic victims in April, 1912, have ...
New York Times
MRS. STRAUS LEFT $319,940
29th April 1914
Titanic Victim's Estate Divided Equally Among Six Children --- Mrs. Ida Straus, who perished with her husband, Isidor Straus, in the Titanic disaster on April 15, 1912, left a net estate of $319,940, according to an appraisal of her est...
MRS. SYLVIA CALDWELL
 
MRS. SYLVIA CALDWELL

Photo portrait...
MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH
Washington Herald
MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH
21st April 1912
MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH Daughter of Henry Siegel, the millionaire merchant. She was brought in on the Carpathia with the rest of the survivors. In relating her exxperiences she said: "There were many lifeboats preparing to be launched w...
New York Times
MRS. THOMAS CARDEZA
12th November 1943
Page 21, column 1 Wife of Philadelphia Explorer, Kin of Racine, Red Cross Aide PHILADELPHIA, Nov 11 Mrs. Mary Racine Cardeza, wife of Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza, Philadelphia sportsman and explorer, ...
MRS. TYRELL W. CAVENDISH
Washington Herald
MRS. TYRELL W. CAVENDISH
20th April 1912
MRS. TYRELL W. CAVENDISH One of the unfortunate survivors of the Titanic disaster, who, although her life was saved, is heart-broken because of the loss of her husband, Tyrell W. Cavendish, who also gave up his life that the women and children...
New York Times
MRS. W. K. DICK IN RENO
10th June 1933
Former Madeleine Force Astor Will Ask Divorce --- RENO, Nev., June 9 (AP)---Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick, New York society woman, is in Reno to file suit for divorce for William K. Dick. She arrived last night. It was...
Cedar Rapids Gazette
MRS. WALTER DOUGLAS DIED IN CALIFORNIA
22nd April 1945
Page 1A Mrs. Walter D. Douglas died Saturday afternoon at her home in Pasadena, Calif., according to word received by Mrs. George B. Dutton, 2224 Country Club Parkway SE. Funeral services will be announced later. Mrs. Doug...
MRS. WELLMAN'S TOPSFIELD COLONIAL HOME CIRCA 1760'S
 
MRS. WELLMAN'S TOPSFIELD COLONIAL HOME CIRCA 1760'S

New York Times
MRS. WIDENER NOT TO WED
15th August 1915
Denies Her Reported Engagement to Dr. Hamilton Rice, the Explorer --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, Aug. 19---Mrs. George D. Widener made an emphatic denial today of her reported engagement to Dr. Hamilton Ric...
Cokato Enterprise
MRS. WM. LAHTINEN DIES WITH HUSBAND
25th April 1912
Refuses Chance to Be Saved and Both Go Down With Ill-Fated Titanic     Refusing to be parted from her husband, and preferring death to separation, is the thrilling story relat...
 
MURDOCH MEMORIAL PRIZE

STEWARTRY OF KIRKCUDBRIGHT COUNTY COUNCIL EDUCATION COMMITTEE DALBEATTIE HIGH SCHOOL Dalbeattie District School Management Committee hereby certify that CHARLES CONNOR has been the Winner of a Prize of FOUR POUN...
Washington Post
MUSICAL NOTES
21st May 1905
Miss Marie Grice Young gave a pupils recital in her studio yesterday afternoon, closing her season. The young pianists gave evidence of much interest in their work and much excellent training, both mentally and technically. ...
New York Times
MUST PRODUCE MINE STOCK
17th July 1907
John Weir Held In Contempt for Dodging Sheriff's Attachment --- The Appellate Division yesterday reversed an order of the Supreme Court denying a motion made on behalf of Sheriff Hayes to compel John Weir to produce 42,000 shares of sto...
 
MUTINY ON TITANIC RESCUE VESSEL - 1937
1937
TROUBLE ON SOUTH AFRICAN VESSEL 'Mutiny' on Titanic Rescue Ship The Admiralty was informed last night that a wireless message had been received by HMS Resolution from the Sherard Osborn, bound from Table Bay to Rotterdam, which ...
 
MY GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER JOHN WEIR

Col John Weir was my Great Great Grandfather. He was born on May 14th 1852 to parents John Weir and Jane Gillies. He had two brothers and two sisters: James b. 28/5/1856, Sarah b. 16/2/1858, George b. 29/1/1862 and Jane b. 30/7/1864. John marri...
MY SWEETHEART WENT DOWN WITH THE SHIP
 
MY SWEETHEART WENT DOWN WITH THE SHIP
1912
Words by Roger Lewis Music by F. Henri Klickmann Published 1912 by Frank K. Root & Co. Chicago and New York, USA [Midi / Recording]...
MY TITANIC DIVE
Titanica!
MY TITANIC DIVE
30th November 2001
Brigitte Saar
Brigitte Saar's dive to Titanic was won in a competition yet it sparked an enduring interest in the ship and her story....
MYSTERY SHIP MADE SIMPLE
Titanica!
MYSTERY SHIP MADE SIMPLE
17th February 2004
Senan Molony
Case-closed on the Californian?...
Worcester Telegram
NAME NOT ON LIST BUT WOMAN IS SAFE
18th April 1912
The Associated Press
Mrs. Edgar Meyer Wires New York That She Is Returning on Carpathia and That Her Husband Is Missing NEW YORK, April 17.- A wireless message was received today by relatives of Mrs Edgar Meyer, daughter of the late Andrew Saks, reporting ...
NARONIC
 
NARONIC

So far as can be determined, no photographs of the vanished Naronic exist, likely due to her very short lifespan. This woodcut engraving illustrates her appearance....
New York Times
NATHAN STRAUS TOLD
18th April 1912
That Isidor and Mrs. Straus Were Not Saved---Son Doesn't Know Yet --- A cablegram was sent yesterday to Nathan Straus, who is in Rome, breaking the news to him that Isidor Straus and Mrs. Straus are among the missing from the Titanic di...
NAUTILE SURFACES AFTER A DIVE TO THE TITANIC
 
NAUTILE SURFACES AFTER A DIVE TO THE TITANIC
1987
The French submersible Nautile returns to the surface following a dive to the wreck of the Titanic.  The research ship Nadir is in the distance. ...
NAVIGATIONAL CONFIRMATION OF TITANIC'S CQD POSITION
Titanica!
NAVIGATIONAL CONFIRMATION OF TITANIC'S CQD POSITION
7th November 2002
Captain Lewis Marmaduke Collins
On September 1, 1985, an expedition led by Dr. Robert Ballard located the wreckage of the Titanic on the ocean floor in position 41° 43.9’ N., 49° 56.8’ W., some thirteen miles east of where she had reportedly foundered. Shortly after t...
 
NEAR TRAGEDY ON THE SEAS FOR STRAUS FAMILY
1926
Charles Spedding
The following year both Captain Barr and myself were transferred to the Caronia for a voyage down to Alexandria from New York.  Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Strauss ( sp ) were on board, and occupying one of the suites on the upper deck. ...
 
NEARER MY GOD TO THEE

The Hymn Nearer My God to Thee has often been suggested as the last tune played by the Musicians on the Titanic. There are different versions of the hymn, all are set to verses, written in 1841, by the English poet Sara...
 
NEARER MY GOD TO THEE (ARCHIVE RECORDING)
1902
An early cylinder recording of Nearer My God to Thee...
Dundee Courier
NEGLIGENT FIREMEN SENT TO PRISON
22nd January 1915
At Southampton yesterday seven firemen on a troopship -Wm. Carpenter, W. Payne, John Podesta, Charles Hock, Robert Thompson, Ernest Hatton, and Frederick Mountain - were charged with unlawfully combining together to neglect duty and to impede t...
NELLE S. SNYDER HEADSTONE
 
NELLE S. SNYDER HEADSTONE

Nelle Snyder Headstone...
1901 Census
NELLIE WALCROFT : 1901 CENSUS ENTRY
31st March 1901
In 1901 Nellie Wallcroft (born in Steventon, Berkshire) was aged 24 years. She worked as a General Domestic Servant in Abingdon, Berkshire. Her last name was spelled as Walcroft. ...
NELLIE WALLCROFT AND HER HUSBAND WILLIAM LIPSCOMB
 
NELLIE WALLCROFT AND HER HUSBAND WILLIAM LIPSCOMB

Photograph of Titanic survivor Nellie Wallcroft and her husband William Lipscomb, probably taken in the late 1930s. ...
Voyage
NEPTUNE
6th March 2005
John P. Eaton
Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, black top Company flag: Divided by crossed lines into four equal...
Worcester Telegram
NEVER NEAR TITANIC
18th April 1912
Article...
NEW BOOK ABOUT TITANIC
 
NEW BOOK ABOUT TITANIC

Margarita Campuzano
An interesting and amazing research has just...
New York Times
NEW INCORPORATIONS
31st January 1918
Special to The New York Times --- ALBANY, Jan. 30---Twenty-five new corporations, with an aggregate capital stock of $1,647,000, were chartered today. They include: Lady Duff-Gordon Costume Co., Manhattan, $5,...
The Times
NEW M.P. FOR EAST BELFAST
9th February 1940
Mr. Henry P. Harland, a director of Harland and Wolff, was yesterday returned as Conservative member of Parliament for East Belfast. No other candidate was nominated. The seat became vacant through the elevation to the peera...
Chicago Record-Herald
NEW NAMES ADDED TO THOSE ON BOARD THE TITANIC - SOME LIVE.
17th April 1912
SOME NOT INCLUDED IN LISTS ___________ New Names Added to Those on Board The Titanic—Some Live....
 
NEW TITANIC THEMED CHURCH STAINED GLASS WINDOW FOR LAHARDANE, IRELAND'S TITANIC VILLAGE
10th December 2011
Addergoole Titanic Society
St PatrickÂ’s Church in Lahardane Village, Ballina, Co Mayo, Ireland gets two new windows with the themes Titanic Rescue and Emigration. ...
New York Times
NEW VERSION OF BUTT'S TRIP
17th April 1912
Was Passenger on Titanic at the Whim of Close Friend --- Richard B. Watrous, Secretary of the American Civic Association, with offices in Washington, watched the bulletin boards in Times Square with great anxiety yesterday to see if any...
New York Times
NEW WHITE STAR SERVICE TO TAP CHERBOURG TRADE
7th January 1907
Adriatic, Biggest Ship Yet Built, to Start It in May --- SHE WILL CARRY 3,000 SOULS --- And Have a Turkish Bath, Plunge, and Orchestra Aboard---Line to Liverpool to Stay. --- With the putting in commis...
NEW YORK (1)
Voyage
NEW YORK (1)
20th July 2005
(American Line) ex-City of New York, Inman Line As Titanic left Southampton 10 April 1912, the suction and wave action of her propellers and huge bulk tore New York loose from her mooring in tandem with Oceanic...
Weekly Advocate
NEWARK WOMAN PASSED OVER TITANIC COURSE THROUGH WRECKAGE
2nd May 1912
Mrs Henry Buell and daughter, Miss Margaret Buell reached Newark Friday evening after spending a year in Germany and brought back with her the first lucid details following the sinking of the Titanic and scenes prevailing after the disaster. ...
Cornishman
NEWLYN MAN RESCUED
18th April 1912
AT THE WHEEL WHEN THE SHIP STRUCK The quartermaster at the wheel when the ship struck the iceberg was Mr. Robert Hichens, believed to be a native of Newlyn, who is one of the survivors. Interviewed on landing Mr. Hichens said when the collisi...
Chicago Inter Ocean
NEWS OF DISASTER IS FATAL
17th April 1912
Former Member of Canadian Parliament Dies When Told About Titanic...
Chicago Tribune
NEWS OF THE SOCIETY WORLD : MRS. RYERSON RETURNING
13th October 1913
One of the many evidences of Mrs. Marshall Field’s loyalty to Chicago, in spite of nearly a decade spent away from here, is that she has always kept her box for the symphony concerts and has never failed to fill it with friends at each after...
Chicago Record-Herald
NEWS ONLY FROM AMERICA
17th April 1912
Writing under the impression that the Titanic was saved, the newspapers call attention to the absence of any dry dock on the American seaboard large enough to accommodate such a vessel....
NEWS PHOTO OF MADELEINE FORCE ASTOR WALKING ON FIFTH AVENUE, TAKEN SHORTLY AFTER HER MARRIAGE
 
NEWS PHOTO OF MADELEINE FORCE ASTOR WALKING ON FIFTH AVENUE, TAKEN SHORTLY AFTER HER MARRIAGE
1911
NEWS PHOTO OF SIDNEY STUART COLLETT TAKEN ABOARD CARPATHIA
 
NEWS PHOTO OF SIDNEY STUART COLLETT TAKEN ABOARD CARPATHIA
1912
NEWS PHOTO OF SIDNEY STUART COLLETT TAKEN ABOARD CARPATHIA (1)
 
NEWS PHOTO OF SIDNEY STUART COLLETT TAKEN ABOARD CARPATHIA (1)
1912
 
NEWSPAPER CUTTINGS

The Los Angeles Times of April 17th 1912 stated that he was a brother of E. D. Rood of El Centro, California. The Rocky Mountain News (Denver) of April 13th 1992 stated that he was the Vice President and General Manager of the Pacific Coast Creosotin...
NEWTON, MASSACHSETTS FAMILY HOMESTEAD AND SITE OF EDWIN'S FUNERAL
 
NEWTON, MASSACHSETTS FAMILY HOMESTEAD AND SITE OF EDWIN'S FUNERAL

Chicago Examiner
NIGHT CLEAR, SAYS MARINER
19th April 1912
Boston, Mass., April 18---Captain Franz Huber of the German Freighter Trautenfels, which arrived here today, said he passed over the spot where the Titanic sunk ten hours before the accident and that the night was clear. ...
NINETY NINE YEARS AND STILL COUNTING
Titanica!
NINETY NINE YEARS AND STILL COUNTING
28th April 2011
Jim Currie
Article, using new evidence, re-examines the work of Titanic's navigating oficers in arriving at the erroneous CQD positions and the consequences of the results. ...
Evanston Daily News
NO EVANSTONIANS ABOARD
16th April 1912
There were no Evanstonians aboard the ship. Arthur Ryerson and family, formerly of Lake Forest and well known in local social circles were among the passengers. All are reported saved except Mr. Ryerson.  Mrs. Ida S. Hippach and daughter Jean...
Brooklyn Daily Times
NO NEWS OF KIMBALLS
18th April 1912
Fruitless Efforts to Get News of Bostonian --- Every resource of wealth and power was expended in vain to-day to secure some word from the Carpathia of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Kimball. Kimball is the head of the Hallett-Davis Piano Company ...
Western Daily Mercury
NO NEWS OF MR F. ANDREW, OF REDRUTH
19th April 1912
Among the passengers of whose fate nothing is yet definitely known is Mr. Frank Andrew (30), of Pencoys, near Redruth. Mrs. Andrew, who lives at Pencoys, with one little child about two years of age, received a postcard from a friend in Plymouth, on ...
Worcester Telegram
NO SIGN OF WRECK
18th April 1912
Article...
Rahway Daily Record
NO TRACE IS FOUND OF KEEFE'S BODY
26th April 1912
Survivor of Titanic Wreck Tells of Being With Him In a Life Boat ---------- It had for several days been hoped that among the bodies recovered from the wreck of the Titanic would be found that of Arthur Keefe. This hope is now ...
 
NOAA 2004 TITANIC SHIPWRECK FOOTAGE

NOELLE, COUNTESS OF ROTHES
 
NOELLE, COUNTESS OF ROTHES
1917
Lady Rothes in 1917....
NOELLE, COUNTESS OF ROTHES (PORTRAIT BY MONRO MACKIE)
 
NOELLE, COUNTESS OF ROTHES (PORTRAIT BY MONRO MACKIE)
1923
Portrait...
NOMADIC
Voyage
NOMADIC
22nd August 2005
John P. Eaton
One of the two tenders built especially to serve the needs of Olympic and Titanic at Cherbourg. Nomadic and Traffic were registered under the French flag and managed by A. Laniece, later by George A. Laniece. On 10 ...
NOMADIC : THE BELFAST CHILD
Titanic Review
NOMADIC : THE BELFAST CHILD
25th June 2008
Philip Hind
1987, on the l...
NOMADIC AT SEA
 
NOMADIC AT SEA

A computer generated representation of the Nomadic at sea....
NOMADIC RETURNS
 
NOMADIC RETURNS
3rd January 2007
Kathleen Neill
The SS Nomadic is the last White Star Line vessel still afloat and the last real maritime link with Titanic.  Built on No.1 Slip by Harland & Wolff Shipyard, Belfast, and fitted out in the Abercorn Basin, Nomadic a...
Chicago Record Herald
NONE PICKED UP CELTIC
23rd April 1912
General Passenger Agent Jeffries of the White Star Line today denied the report that an officer and woman steerage passenger of the Titanic were picked up by the Celtic, which arrived in this city on Saturday morning, as related in a dispatch l...
North American
NORTH WALES VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC ARRIVE
8th May 1912
NORTH WALES, Pa., May 7---The bodies of Austin Van Billiard and one of his children, lost on the Titanic, which were picked up at sea by the Mackay-Bennett, reached here today and will be buried on Wednesday from the residence of his father, Burgess ...
 
NORTHLEW, DEVON -1901 CENSUS
31st March 1901
John Hall Lovell was born at Pynda Farm in the parish of Hatherleigh, mid-Devon in early 1892. He remained at that address until 1897 when he and the family moved to Lower Gorhuish Farm in the parish of Northlew. The 1901 censu...
Chicago Daily News
NOT ALL STOCK ISSUED
20th April 1912
The figures of the company with reference to its stock, as set forth in the Manual of Statistics for 1911, show that common stock to the sum of $49,931,735 has been issued and preferred to the value of $51,730,971, while $60,000,000 was the sum...
New York Times
NOT BOATS ENOUGH (SAYS MRS. GUGGENHEIM)
17th April 1912
Many inquiries were made at the (White Star Line)office during the day about Benjamin Guggenheim, but no hopeful reply could be given as Mr. Guggenheim's name was not included in any of the lists of survivors received. About 10 o'clock...
Chicago Examiner
NOT LOCKED IN CABIN ON CARPATHIA, SAYS ISMAY
1st May 1912
I know that my personal conduct has been made the subject of a lot of unfavorable comment, and I court the fullest inquiry at the hands of your committee or any one else who has the right to ask such questions.  So far as the Carpathia is ...
Bridgwater Mercury
NOTABLE PEOPLE ON BOARD
20th April 1912
Mr. Christopher Head, former mayor of Chelsea. Much interested in art matters, and the donor of one of the panels to be placed in Chelsea Town hall. Took a prominent part in the discussions at the Mansion House on the King Edward Memorial. ...
New York Sun
NOTED STYLIST DIES IN LONDON
22nd April 1935
Lady Duff Gordon Designed Fashions for Royalty...
New York Times
NOTES FOR THE YACHTSMEN
21st March 1900
Mrs. Charlotte D. M. Cardeza's steel screw bark Eleanor is being repainted and generally overhauled at Tebo's yard, South Brooklyn, preparatory to an early commission. [The balance of this article is irrelevant for present purposes, an...
New York Times
NOTES OF THE YACHTSMEN
25th December 1898
The following have recently been elected members of the Atlantic Yacht Club: J. Pierpont Morgan, Alexander King, Isaac Stern, James D. Smith, John J. Slater, and Mrs. J. W. Cardeza. Mrs. Cardeza owns the steam yacht Eleanor, and is elected a flag me...
NOTES ON LIFEBOAT LISTS
Titanica!
NOTES ON LIFEBOAT LISTS
11th July 1999
Peter Engberg
Explore the difficulties in producing a credible list of lifeboat placements....
Camden Daily Courier
NOTHING HEARD OF FREDERICK SUTTON
18th April 1912
Relatives and friends of Frederick Sutton, of Haddonfield, who was on board the Titanic when she sank on Sunday night after colliding with a huge iceberg, have given up all hope of his survival. Mr. Sutton was president of the Collingswood National B...
Washington Times
NOTHING YET HEARD FROM MRS. CANDEE
18th April 1912
Daughter Willl Meet Her On Her Arrival On the Carpathia --- Friends of Mrs. Helen C. Candee, who lived at 1718 Rhode Island avenue until her departure for Europe, nearly a year ago, and who is reported saved from the Titanic, had heard ...
 
NOW THE DAY IS OVER

The Hymn "Now the Day is Over" was one of those sung at the hymn service lead by Revd. Ernest Courtenay Carter. Sabine Baring-Gould (1825-1878) wrote the lyrics, in 1865, and the tune “Merrial” was composed by Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)...
Chicago Daily Tribune
OAK PARK TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
(Photo: Mrs F. R. Kenyon) A letter written on board the Carpathia was received yesterday by Mrs. George P. Baldwin, 309 Linden avenue, Oak Park, announcing the death of F. R. Kenyon and the safety of Mrs. Kenyon, sister of Mrs. Baldwin...
Southern Evening Echo
OBITUARY
27th April 1967
Last Titanic officer dies, 83 Last surviving officer of the Titanic, which went down in the Atlantic in 1912 has died at his home in Christchurch at the ago of 83. Commander Joseph Groves Boxhall was the fourth officer, and the only officer on watch ...
Southern Evening Echo
OBITUARY (1)
30th December 1968
TITANIC survivor Mr. Ernest Allen, of Salisbury Road, Highfield, Southampton, a stoker in the ill-fated liner, has died at his home at the age of 80. Mr. Allen nearly lost his life in an attempt to save his younger brother, who was at sea for the fir...
 
OBITUARY (2)

WAS born on the 31st March, 1880, at Whitehaven, Cumberland. When quite young his parents moved to Blackburn, where he passed his apprenticeship days with the firm of James Davenport, of the Canal Works. From this firm he went to Messrs Howar...
The Times
OBITUARY : THE REV E.C. & MRS CARTER
20th April 1912
...
New York Times
OBITUARY NOTES
9th February 1913
J. ALPHEUS VANSANT, a member of the firm of Sutton & Vansant, coffee dealers of Philadelphia, died Friday in Pasadena, Cal. His partner, Frederick Sutton, who lived in Haddonsfield,[sic; should be "Haddonfield"] N.J., was lost in the Titanic. Mr. V...
New York Times
OBITUARY NOTES (1)
29th October 1913
Mrs. MARIE E. SPENCER died in Paris on Sunday, according to word received here yesterday. She was the widow of William Augustus Spencer, a well-known collector of rare editions. Her husband, who was an uncle of Lorillard Spencer, Jr., lost his life...
New York Times
OBITUARY NOTES (2)
21st February 1913
*** Mrs. JOHN J. BORIE of Philadelphia, died Wednesday while visiting her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Reyerson, at Boston, Mass. Mrs. Borrie was born in Perth Amboy seventy-nine years ago. ***...
New York Times
OBITUARY NOTES (3)
9th August 1915
ROBERT DOUGLAS SPEDDEN, son of Frederic O. and Mrs. Margaretta C. Stone Spedden of "Wee Wah Ladge," Tuxedo Park, N. Y., died yesterday at the family Summer home at Winter Harbor, Maine. ...
New York Times
OBITUARY NOTES [LAURA VAN DER HOEF]
18th March 1925
Mrs. LAURA ELLEN NEWELL VAN DERHOEF, widow of Wyckoff Van Derhoef, who was one of the victims of the Titanic disaster, died yesterday at her home, 15 Clark Street, Brooklyn. Her husband was Secretary of the Williamsburg Fire Insurance Company in Man...
New York Times
OBITUARY OF MARGARETTA SPEDDEN
11th February 1950
SPEDDEN---Margaretta C., on Feb. 10, at Tuxedo Park, N. Y., beloved wife of the late Frederic O. Spedden and daughter of the late George F. Stone and Margaretta C. Corning and beloved sister of Emma D. Kemeys.  Funeral services on Monday, ...
New York Times
OBITUARY OF MRS. MARVIN'S SECOND HUSBAND: HORACE S. DECAMP
17th July 1954
Special to the New York Times --- UTICA, N. Y., July 16---Horace Silliman deCamp, realty executive in the Adirondacks, died yesterday in his home at Thendara at the age of 67. He owned the home on Second Lake that once was the property...
New York Times
OBITUARY OF ROBERT DOUGLAS SPEDDEN
10th August 1915
SPEDDEN---Suddenly, at Winter Haven, Me., on Aug. 8, Robert Douglas, only child of Frederic O. and Margaretta C.  Funeral services on Wednesday at 11 A. M. at the residence of Mrs. J. D. Wood, 118 East 36th St.  Interment privately.&n...
The Times
OBITUARY---MR. J. H. ISMAY
25th January 1930
A NOTED AGRICULTURALIST --- We regret to announce that Mr. James Hainsworth Ismay died at Iwerne Minster House, Blandford, Dorset, yesterday. He belonged to the well-known family of shipowners, and was himself formerly a partner in th...
New York Times
OBITUARY: MRS. DOROTHY BRULATOR
21st February 1946
By Wireless to THE NEW TORK TIMES --- PARIS, Feb. 20---Mrs. Dorothy Brulator, an American who was residing here, was found dead in her hotel room today. Physicians reported that she had died of a congestion, having suffered recently fr...
Chicago Tribune
OCEAN WRECK SURVIVOR DEAD
24th December 1912
John Conley, Last of Passengers on the Steamer Arctic, Succumbs at Age of 80 John Conley, last of the survivors of the Arctic, which sank on Sept. 20, 1854, near t...
OF RATS AND MEN: TITANIC SURVIVOR 'SLEEPING ROUGH'
Titanica!
OF RATS AND MEN: TITANIC SURVIVOR 'SLEEPING ROUGH'
10th June 2004
Senan Molony
YESTERDAY IN PARLIAMENT ...
Milwaukee Sentinel
OLDEST SURVIVOR REMEMBERS THE TITANIC
15th April 1977
Los Angeles, Calif. ---UPI---Edwina MacKenzie, 92, the oldest living survivor of the Titanic, looked over a 10 foot working model of the “unsinkable” ocean liner, which went down in the North Atlantic 65 years ago Friday after strik...
Unidentified Newspaper
OLDEST TITANIC SURVIVOR PLANS VISIT TO SITE
10th April 1996
Ceremony will honor tragic sinking BOSTON -- The oldest living survivor of the sinking of the Titanic wants to visit the site this summer and throw a rose into the Atlantic Ocean where her father went down with the ship 84 years ago. ...
Unidentified Newspaper
OLE ABELSETH [OBITUARY]
1980
Ole Abelseth, 94, of Hettinger, ND, a survivor of he sinking of the oceanliner Titanic, died Thursday, December 4, 1980 at the Hettinger Community Memorial Hospital. Funeral services for Mr. Abelseth were held Monday, December 8, 1980, ...
 
OLE OLSEN : FAMILY INFORMATION
9th October 2007
Biographical and family information about Titanic victim Ole Martin Olsen....
 
OLYMPIC (1)

The olympic in profile; At the pier in New York; Pier 59; New York skyline...
OLYMPIC / HAWKE COLLISION
 
OLYMPIC / HAWKE COLLISION
1912
From 'The Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters'...
OLYMPIC AFTER HAWKE ACCIDENT
 
OLYMPIC AFTER HAWKE ACCIDENT
20th September 1911
The hull of the Olympic after the Hawke rammed it (Sept. 20, 1911) ...
OLYMPIC AND TITANIC : MAIDEN VOYAGE MYSTERIES
Voyage
OLYMPIC AND TITANIC : MAIDEN VOYAGE MYSTERIES
29th April 2007
Mark Chirnside and Sam Halpern
ROUTES ACROSS THE ATLANTIC The new White Star liner Olympic, the first of three gigantic liners ordered by the White Star Line for the highly competitive transatlantic service, was launched from the Queen’s Island ya...
OLYMPIC ARTEFACTS TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1934!
White Star Memories
OLYMPIC ARTEFACTS TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1934!
4th March 2010
RMS Olympic's registration document has been reunited with its original leather wallet! after some 70 odd years apart! The two a were last together when the WSL was sold off and Olympic was scrapped in 1934/5. ...
OLYMPIC AS AQUITANIA
 
OLYMPIC AS AQUITANIA

This French postcard shows the Olympic but the caption reads Aquitania. The same card and mistake were replicated in a colour version....
Chicago American
OLYMPIC BARRED SENDING TITANIC NEWS BY WIRELESS
24th April 1912
By wireless to Glace Bay, N. S. --- Edward L. Doheny of Los Angeles, a passenger on the Olympic, says that a bulletin stating that all the Titanic passengers were safe, was po...
The Times
OLYMPIC BERTHED AT JARROW
14th October 1935
FAREWELL SALUTE FROM SIRENS The Olympic, which is to be broken up by Messrs.T.W.Ward and Co at Jarrow to provide employment, was safely berthed alongside Palmers shipyard today. The coming of the liner to the Tyne attracted many thousa...
New York Times
OLYMPIC CARRIES PIRRIE'S BODY HOME
14th June 1924
White Star Liner Was Biggest Ship Ever Built in Viscount’s Yards --- DIED ON WAY FROM TROPICS --- Great Shipbuilder, Near Death, Insisted on Being Carried Out to See Panama Canal --- The body of Viscount Pirr...
OLYMPIC CLOCK
 
OLYMPIC CLOCK

A study fot the Olympic's clock in the Grand Staircase, pictured at Southampton's Maritime Museum....
OLYMPIC COCKTAIL BAR
 
OLYMPIC COCKTAIL BAR

The Olympic cocktail bar, now located in the lounge bar of the Lambton Hounds Inn, Pity Me, County Durham....
The New York Times
OLYMPIC CUTS HER OWN TIME
19th July 1911
Five Days, 13 Hours, 20 Minutes from Daunt's Rock to the Lightship --- The new White Star liner Olympic, which arrived in Quarantine last night and anchored, has made even better time on her second voyage th...
OLYMPIC ENGINES
La Science et la Vie
OLYMPIC ENGINES
1913
From 'La Science et la Vie', June 1913...
OLYMPIC ENTERING THOMPSON GRAVING DOCK
The Sphere
OLYMPIC ENTERING THOMPSON GRAVING DOCK
30th September 1911
Takes 23,000,000 gallons to fill...
OLYMPIC FITTINGS TO BE SOLD OFF
Hexham Courant
OLYMPIC FITTINGS TO BE SOLD OFF
21st May 2004
Helen Compson
Summer 2004 news report...
Chicago Examiner
OLYMPIC HASTILY EQUPPED WITH 68 BOATS
22nd April 1912
LA FRANCE, NEWEST LINER, HAS CONSORT ____________ La Touraine Guards Her, on Maiden Trip;...
OLYMPIC IN CHERBOURG
 
OLYMPIC IN CHERBOURG
1911
The RMS Olympic in Cherbourg - 1911 ...
The World Evening Edition (New York)
OLYMPIC IS HERE WITH INNER-SKIN AND UNSINKABLE
9th April 1913
White Star Liner Arrives After Six Months Undergoing Alterations for Safety --- NOW ICEBERG PROOF --- Complete New Inside Hull to Keep Her Afloat in Case of Collision --- Bearing no outward eviden...
OLYMPIC LEAVING FOR JARROW SCRAPYARD, OCT. 1935
 
OLYMPIC LEAVING FOR JARROW SCRAPYARD, OCT. 1935
12th October 1935
The Olympic pictured on October 12th, 1935, in Southampton, hours before beginning her last trip to the Jarrow scrapyards. This striking view shows how impressive the Olympic was....
OLYMPIC POSTCARD
 
OLYMPIC POSTCARD

ca. 1920...
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (1)
 
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (1)
1912
Posted August 1912...
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (2)
 
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (2)

OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, POST-MERGER)
 
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, POST-MERGER)

OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, PRE-MERGER)
 
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, PRE-MERGER)

New-York Tribune
OLYMPIC TO BE DRIVEN IN PART BY OIL FUEL
10th December 1912
--- White Star Line Announces Decision---Combustible To Be Carried Between Shells --- (By Cable to The Tribune) --- London, Dec. 10---The White Star company has taken an important step in...
Chicago Examiner
OLYMPIC TO BE REBUILT
25th September 1912
Special Cable to the Examiner. Belfast, Sept. 24---The White Star Line announces definitely that the steamer Olympic, sister of the Titanic, will come to Belfaast from Southampton for renovation.  She will be ma...
OLYMPIC VS KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE
 
OLYMPIC VS KRONPRINZESSIN CECILIE

The two giant liners were rivals...
OLYMPIC'S MAIDEN STOP IN CHERBOURG
 
OLYMPIC'S MAIDEN STOP IN CHERBOURG
14th June 1911
Note handwritten date: 14 June 1911 (1st stop)...
ON BOARD RMS TITANIC : MEMORIES OF THE MAIDEN VOYAGE
Titanic Review
ON BOARD RMS TITANIC : MEMORIES OF THE MAIDEN VOYAGE
12th February 2012
Peter Engberg
Peter Engberg reviews George Behe's compilation of letters written aboard RMS Titanic...
The Times
ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
HOW THE PASSENGERS WERE RECEIVED A passenger on board the Carpathia made the following statement:- I was awakened at 12.30 in the morning by a commotion on the decks which seemed unus...
ON ROOTING ABOUT IN A SWEDISH TITANIC FAMILY TREE
Titanica!
ON ROOTING ABOUT IN A SWEDISH TITANIC FAMILY TREE
10th May 2002
Alan Ruffman
The search for geneaological data relating to the Palaeo-DNA Project...
 
ON THE RESURRECTION MORNING

The Hymn "On the Resurrection Morning" was one of those sung at the hymn service lead by Revd. Ernest Courtenay Carter. The words were written by Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924) and the music "Resurrection Morn" by Ira David Sanke...
ON THE TRAIL OF 'LUCKY' TOWER
Titanica!
ON THE TRAIL OF 'LUCKY' TOWER
16th November 2004
Senan Molony
Is this the face of Titanic legend’s most elusive man? ’Lucky Tower’ is the moniker gi...
ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE
Voyage
ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE
23rd May 2013
Art Braunschweiger
Author’s note: The story of Titanic’s sinking revolves around what took place on the navigation bridge, yet many people are not entirely clear on how it functioned, what the duties of the officers and crew were, and exactly who ...
Brooklyn Daily Times
ON WAY TO REUNION; IS LOST ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
Pittsburgh Man Hears Brother Is Lost, but Girl Saved --- PITTSBURGH, April 17---Looking forward to a reunion after years of separation, William Phillips, of New Brighton, was stunned by the news that his brother, Robert Phillips, on his...
ONLY KNOWN PICTURE OF MARIE LEFEBVRE
 
ONLY KNOWN PICTURE OF MARIE LEFEBVRE
1900
Marie Lefebvre was a 3rd class French passenger...
New York Times
OPPOSE LONDON RADIO PROGRAM ON SINKING OF THE TITANIC
25th February 1932
By The Associated Press --- LONDON, Feb. 24---Many protests have been made against the proposal of the British Broadcasting Corporation to present a radio representation of the sinking of the Titanic. "That borrible scene...
The New York Times
OPPOSE LONDON RADIO PROGRAM ON SINKING OF THE TITANIC (1)
25th February 1932
By The Associated Press --- LONDON, Feb. 24---Many protests have been made against the proposal of the British Broadcasting Corporation to present a radio representation of the sinking of the Titanic. ...
Newark Star
ORANGE CHURCH HONORS VICTIM OF TITANIC
29th April 1912
Grace Episcopal Church, Orange, was crowded to the doors yesterday afternoon during memorial services held for the Titanic victims. W. Anderson Walker, who lost his life on the ship and who was a well-known member of the church, was remembered durin...
New York Times
ORIGIN OF NAMES OF HOTELS HERE
9th March 1930
Named for Interested Families or After Well-Known European Hostelries --- ST. REGIS CALLED FOR LAKE --- Suggested to the Late John Jacob Astor by Mrs. Theodore Douglas Robinson --- So numerous are the hotels of New Yo...
 
ORIGINALLY PROPOSED DATE FOR MAIDEN VOYAGE
20th March 1912
 
ORPHEUS : MUSIC PLAYED ON THE TITANIC
1912
Orpheus is listed in the White Star Line repertoire in 1912 and is very likely to have been played on the Titanic...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times
OTHER PASSENGERS
20th April 1912
Among others on board the vessel, and who, it is feared, has been drowned, was Mr. E. W. Hamblyn, of Southampton, elder brother of Mrs. H. A. Jamieson, of Portesbury Road, Camberley, Surrey. He was a steward on the liner, having been promoted from th...
The Times
OTHER STATEMENTS BY SURVIVORS
20th April 1912
NEW YORK APRIL 19 The following further statements have been made by survivors:- Mr A.H.Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, sai...
Chicago Tribune
OTHERS ARRIVE DESTITUTE
26th April 1912
Two men and a girl from Sweden, Oscar Hedmann, Carl Johnson, and Anna Sjoblom, spent several hours in Chicago yesterday on their way west. All found themselves in New York without a cent. They were taken to an immigration home and clothed ...
Boston Globe
OTHERS OF REPUTED WEALTH
16th April 1912
Among the others of reputed wealth who were on board are Christopher Head a London barrister and one of the senior member of Lloyds, underwriters, was among the passengers....
 
OUR GOD, OUR HELP IN AGES PAST

(O God, Our Help in Ages Past) The Hymn "Our God, our help in ages past" was recalled by Colonel Archibald Gracie, as the last to be sung at the morning service, presided over by Ca...
Chicago Inter Ocean
OUT TO BEAT RECORD
23rd April 1912
Titanic was out “to beat all records on maiden trips....
New York Times
OUTING IN NEW HANDS
15th February 1900
The Publication Purchased by Caspar Whitney and Ten Other Men --- Caspar Whitney, for many years connected with the Harpers as writer on sporting topics, announces that he and ten other men have bought the publication known as Outing, ...
New York Times
OVERCOME BY GOOD NEWS
17th April 1912
One of the first to appear at the office of the (White Star) company was Edward Frauenthal, of 786 Lexington Ave., who had two brothers on the Titanic, Dr. Hyman and J.C. Frauenthal. Both are reported saved. When he was told that his brothers' names ...
 
OXFORD ALUMNI, 1715-1886
1887
Page 223 of the Oxford Alumni has - CARTER, Ernest Courtenay, 3rd son of George of Compton, Berkshire, Clergyman. Matriculated 18 October 1880, aged 22. St. John's College. Batchelor of Arts 1884....
New York Times
PAINTING FOR BUTT FUND
15th December 1912
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14---Col. Spencer Cosby, chief aid to President Taft, received to-day a painting depicting the sinking of the Titanic and the rescue of some of her passengers. Gilbert Gaul, a New York artist, offered it as a contribut...
Denver Post
PANIC TERRIBLE JUST BEFORE VESSEL SANK
19th April 1912
'Seemed as If All the Devils of Hell Had Been Let Loose,' When People Realized Worst, Says Doctor. Mr. Henry W. Frauenthal of New York declared all of the women on board the Titanic were thought to have been safely lowered to the boat...
The Courier, Adelaide, South Australia
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS [WITH REFERENCE TO FORT DENISON]
12th October 1900
The Budget debate was brought to a termination early this morning. The Premier then assured the House that with regard to the projected Hopetoun-avenue, it was not intended to interfere with the Botanical Gardens. The id...
PARSONS STEAM TURBINE INVENTOR
 
PARSONS STEAM TURBINE INVENTOR
1915
From 'La Science et la Vie', July 1915...
PARTED BY DEATH ON THEIR HONEYMOON TRIP
New York Times
PARTED BY DEATH ON THEIR HONEYMOON TRIP
1912
The Times
PARTNER DEPARTED
26th April 1912
Stockbroker Lost in the Titanic Disaster It is observed with great regret in the Stock Exchange that the name of Mr Austin Partner is not among the list of those saved from the Titanic. Mr Partner was making one of his annual...
New York Times
PARTNER SAYS SMART DIDN'T SIGN THE WILL
5th March 1913
This Document of Titanic Victim Was Much Discussed Because No Children Were Mentioned --- AND NONE WERE EVER FOUND --- Fortune Reputed Great, but it Turned Out to be Very Small---Constance H. Baldwin Brings Suit ---...
Chicago Daily News
PASSENGER WED A CHICAGO GIRL
15th April 1912
Mrs. Nelson L. Barnes Discusses Trip of J. Clinch Smith J. Clinch Smith, artist, reported to be on board the Titanic, is the husband of a former Chicago girl, Bertha Barnes, sister of Nelson L. Barnes, a broker in th...
 
PASSPORT APPLICATION
1912
Nr Name Age ...
 
PASSPORT GRANT
20th March 1912
Nr Name Age Marital Status ...
Chicago Examiner
PASTOR AND WIFE MISSING
18th April 1912
Thomas Hughes' Daughter is Believed Among Titanic Dead. Topeka, Kan., April 17--The Rev. Ernest Carter and his wife of London were booked for the Titanic's first sailing on their way to Topeka to spend the Summer with Mrs....
New York Times
PATOIS AND FAUVETTE WIN
14th May 1916
Get Chief Honors In Puppy Division at French Bulldog Show --- After two days of keen competition, the eighth annual show of the French Bulldog Club of America at the Hotel McAlpin closed yesterday. The attendance was not as good as at pr...
New York Times
PEACE MEN MOURN THEIR LOSS
21st April 1912
Andrew Carnegie Signs Resolutions of Regret for Five Members --- The National Committee for the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of peace among English-speaking peoples in 1914-1915 sent out yesterday this resolution passed ...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
PEACOCK STILL HOPING TO FIND BROTHERS
23rd April 1912
Benjamin Peacock, who lost his wife and two children in the Titanic disaster, returned to his work in the Public Service power house on South avenue, Cranford, yesterday. He told his friends that his wife and two children had been placed in one of t...
New York Times
PEARLS WORTH $5,000 LOST
18th April 1921
Miss Barbara Guggenheim, Debutante, Offers No Reward --- Miss Barbara Hazel Guggenheim, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 270 Park Avenue, lost two or three days ago a long string of seed pearls, valued at about $5,000. While Miss...
Chicago Daily Journal
PEARS, SOAPMAKER, SAFE
16th April 1912
A wireless dispatch received today by the firm of Pears, soap makers, and timed 1:20 yesterday, said merely "All well."  It was unsigned but was believed to be from Thomas Pears, who with his wife was among the Titanic's pass...