Saved from the Titanic - Miss M. Sloan

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Amongst the crew on the ill-fated “Titanic” was Miss M Sloan, a sister of Mr Thomas Sloan of West-street yard superintendent at Messrs Wethered’s brewery. Miss Sloan was chief stewardess on the great liner, having been transferred from the “Olympic” when the latter met with an accident. The news of the disaster caused grave anxiety to the relatives, and it was not until Friday that the welcome intelligence arrived that Miss Sloan was amongst the survivors, a cablegram being sent from New York to Mr Sloan by his sister.

[Mr Sloan of West-street in Marlow, Buckinghamshire - RJG]

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Transcribed by Rebecca Jobes Gurney

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2012) Saved from the Titanic - Miss M. Sloan (Bucks Free Press, Friday 26th April 1912, ref: #15110, published 4 January 2012, generated 21st September 2021 12:04:56 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/miss-m-sloan-titanic-stewardesss.html