List of Titanic crew members who had relatives on board
Many Titanic passengers travelled with family members but there were also several related Titanic crew, here are some we know about.
Ernest Owen Abbott (Pantryman) and William Revell (Steward)
Brothers-in-law. William James Frances Revell was married to Abbott's sister Blanche.
Albert Edward Akerman (Steward) and Joseph Frank Akerman (Pantryman)
Ernest Frederick Allen (Trimmer) and Frederick Charles Blades (Life attendant)
Ernest and Frederick were uncle and nephew respectively, although raised as brothers as Blades was born illegitimately to Ernest's elder sister Amelia.
Charles Edward Andrews (Steward) and George Edward Roberton (Steward)
First cousins on Charles' mother's side.
Edward Henry Bagley (Steward) and Edward Rogers (Storekeeper)
Paternal first cousins.
Henry Joseph Bailey (Seaman) and Arthur John Bright (Seaman)
Brothers-in-law; Bright was married to Henry's sister Ada.
Mabel Bennett (Stewardess), Alfred Crawford (Steward) and Leonard Hoare (Steward)
Mabel was sister-in-law to Alfred George Crawford and aunt to Leonard Hoare. Crawford was the husband of her sister Emily and Hoare was the son of her sister Sarah Louisa. By default Crawford was uncle by marriage to Hoare.
Walter Alexander Bishop (Steward) and Edward Castleman (Greaser)
Brothers-in-law; Castleman was married to Bishop's sister Martha.
Robert Henry Butt (Steward) and William John Butt (Fireman)
George Henry Chitty (Baker) and Archibald George Chitty (Steward)
Father and son.
Frederick Charles Clench (Seaman) and George James Clench (Seaman)
James Crimmins (Fireman) and Thomas Russell Kerr (Fireman)
Brothers-in-law; Kerr was married to Crimmins' sister Johanna.
Geoprge Frederick Crow and Thomas Topp
John Davis (Baker) and Stephen James Davis (Seaman)
Frederick Doel (Fireman) and Charles Olive (Greaser)
Half-brothers; they shared the same mother.
Henry Herman Finch (Steward) and John Brown Niven (Fireman)
Finch was related by marriage and nephew to John Brown Niven.
Ernest Hamilton (Steward) and Andrew Latimer (Chief Steward)
Brothers-in-law; Latimer was married to Hamilton's sister Janet.
John Hardy (Steward) and Owen Wilmore Samuel (Steward)
Brothers-in-law; they were married to sisters Harriett and Elizabeth Lamb.
Charles William Harris (Steward) and Clifford Henry Harris (Bell Boy)
Edward Mathew Harris (Pantry Steward) and Michael Joseph Rogers (Steward)
Harris was the intended brother-in-law of Michael Joseph Rogers. Rogers was engaged to be married to Harris' sister Mary.
William Walter Hawkesworth (Steward) and James Hawkesworth (Steward)
William Albert Thomas Hebb (Trimmer) and Albert Sylvanus Hunt (Trimmer)
Brothers-in-law; Hunt was married to Hebb's sister Elizabeth.
Albert Sylvanus Hunt (Trimmer) and Thomas Hunt (Fireman)
William Edward Hine (Baker) and Frederick Charles Godwin (Greaser)
Brothers-in-law; Godwin was married to Hine's sister Emily.
Walter Hurst (Fireman) and William Mintram (Fireman)
Son — father-in-law; Walter was married to William's daughter Rosina.
Charles John Hurst (Fireman) and Charles Edward Judd (Fireman)
George Alfred Levett (Pantryman) and John William Marriott (Pantryman)
Brothers-in-law; Levett was married to Marriott's sister Nellie.
Frank Long (Trimmer) and William Long (Trimmer)
William Arthur Lucas (Seaman) and Montague Vincent Mathias (Steward)
Brothers-in-law; Mathias was married to Lucas' sister Gertrude.
Arthur William May (Firemen's Messman)and Arthur William May Jnr (Fireman)
Father and son.
Arthur McMicken (Steward) and Benjamin McMicken (Pantryman)
Samuel McMillen and William McMillen (Delivery Trip Firemen)
James Norris (Fireman) and Henry Dennis Witt (Fireman)
Maternal first cousins.
Henry Noss (Fireman) and Bertram Arthur Noss (Fireman)
Uncle and nephew respectively; the latter was the son of Henry's brother William.
Alfred John Olliver (Seaman) and Walter Perkis (Seaman)
Related by marriage, married to sisters Amelia and Phoebe Perkins, respectively.
Alberto Perrachio (Waiter) and Sebastiano Perrachio (Waiter)
William Charles Perren (Boots) and Charles Eastman (Greaser)
Brothers-in-law; they were married to sisters Maud and Emily Feltham.
Edgar Lionel Perry (Trimmer) and Henry Frederick Perry (Trimmer)
Alfred Pugh (Steward) and Arthur Percy Pugh (Fireman)
John Edward Puzey (Steward) and Walter Thomas Boothby (Steward)
Related through marriage; Puzey's brother-in-law William Stone was married to Boothby's sister Ada.
Robert Thomas Reid (Trimmer) and Henry Allen (Fireman)
Brothers-in-law; Allen was married to Reid's sister Cecilia.
Charles James Savage (Steward) and Sidney Conrad Siebert (Steward)
Brothers-in-law; Siebert was married to Savage's sister Winifred.
Harry John Slight (Steward) and William Henry James Slight (Cook)
Edward Alfred Orlando Stroud (Steward) and Harry John Stroud (Steward)
Paternal first cousins.
Frank Terrill (Steward) and Bertram Terrill (Seaman)
Joseph Wakefield Thomas (Fireman) and Charles Henry John Barrow (Butcher)
Brothers-in-law; Barrow was the brother of Thomas' wife Rosina.
William Vear (Fireman) and Henry Vear (Fireman)
Albert Briant (Greaser) and Arthur Morris (Greaser)
James Cooper (Fireman) and H. Cooper (Trimmer)
Joseph Dawson (Trimmer)
Reportedly engaged to one of the sisters of Arthur John Priest.
Walter Hurst (Fireman) and William Ferris (Ferris)
Ferris was Hurst's uncle
If you know of others let us know.