Mrs Gold, A Titanic Survivor

Mrs. Gold, who was chief stewardess on board the ill-fated Titanic, has taken up her residence in Ballarat as housekeeper to her uncle, Mr Harry Wright, for many years guard on the railway lines between Ballarat and Melbourne.  She is a first cousin of Mr. T. J. Wright, post master in Ballarat city.

Mrs. Gold, who arrived in Australia a few weeks ago by the Belgic, said she did not like recalling the terrible scenes connected with the foundering of the mammoth liner. She had quitted the sea for ever, and would probably remain in Ballarat.

Mrs Gold was one of the last to leave the sinking steamer and was picked up by a boat from the liner Carpathia.

Related Biographies:

Jane Kate Coulson Gold

Relates to Place:

Ballerat, Victoria, Australia

Acknowledgements

Gavinn Bell

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2019) Mrs Gold, A Titanic Survivor (The Age, Friday 13th December 1912, ref: #67, published 25 July 2019, generated 8th August 2020 01:12:24 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/mrs-gold-a-titanic-survivor-67.html