Mrs. William J. Stroud, 217 East Thirty-first street, besought news of her husband's brother, Harry Stroud, yesterday at the White Star office. His name does not appear among those saved.
"Harry Stroud lived in Southampton with his invalid mother," said Mrs. Stroud,"and if he has been lost his mother will not survive the shock. Harry was a steward on the ship. My sister was to have met him in New York on the arrival of the Titanic, and they were to celebrate the arrival by a little dinner."
Chicago Examiner, Friday, April 19, 1912, p. 5, c. 3