Maud Sincock's Account

New York Herald

"I was put into the last boat that left the Titanic,'' she said. ''I should say there were fifty women in the boat and two men. One of the men was a sailor, the other a man whose sister was in the boat. I don't know why they let him in. Oh yes, I know too – he could row – rowed well. He was a young man, smooth shaven....Yes, I am sure it was the last boat to go..."

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