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New York Times
$1,000,000 FOR WITLEY COURT
10th May 1909
Lord Pirrie Buys Estate Upon Which Whitaker Wright Spent $3,500,000 --- LONDON, May 9---Lord Pirrie has purchased Witley Court, near Hazelmere, one of the finest estates in England. It formerly belonged to Whitaker Wright, who committe...
Chicago Examiner
$2,025 BOOK ON TITANIC
22nd April 1912
Special Cable to the Examiner London, April 21--A copy of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, illustrated by Elihu Vedder, which took two years to bind in very elaborate tooled morocco, inlaid wi...
New York Times
$27,000 TO THE PRESIDENT
2nd June 1904
Two Roosevelt Children Also Benefit by J. K. Gracie's Will --- MINEOLA, L. I., June 1---The report of Charles F. Lewis, who was appointed to appraise the personal estate in New York of James King Gracie, who was an uncle of President Th...
New York Times
$4,427,608 ESTIMATE OF STRAUS ESTATE
11th August 1913
The Figures, However, Are Tentative, as Final Appraisal Has Not Been Filed --- MORE HEARINGS TO BE HELD --- Partial Schedules in the Estate of Benjamin Guggenheim Show Assets of $748,000 --- Edmond E. Wise, head of th...
New York Times
$5,000,000 IS WILLED FOR BLOOD RESEARCH
4th August 1954
Page 14, Column 4 PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 3-- Jefferson Medical College and Hospital will receive more than $5,000,000 for blood research under the will of Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza, Philadelphia art collector, explorer ...
New York Times
$5,000,000 STERILIZED AIR COMPANY
5th August 1899
TRENTON, N. J., Aug. 4---The American Sterilized Air and Transportation Company, with a capital of $5,000,000, filed papers of incorporation with the Secretary of State to-day. The company is formed to develop a patented system of sterilizing, dehyd...
Chicago Daily News
'EARS' OF TITANIC FAIL
17th April 1912
Local Hydrographic Experts Tell of Device on Bows to Catch Vibrations. Iceberg’s Drift Noiseless Operator of Submarine Phone Probably Crushed At His Post When Prow Was Smashed A ship’s “ear...
New York Times
1,500 ARE AT FUNERAL FOR MRS. FIERMONTE
2nd April 1940
500 Wait in the Street During Rites at St. Bartholomew's --- Funeral services for Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, who died suddenly on Wednesday in Palm Beach, Fla., were held yesterday in St. Bartholomew's Church. About 1,50...
12.45AM - A TIME TO GO!
Titanica!
12.45AM - A TIME TO GO!
10th March 2008
Senan Molony
WHAT time did the first lifeboat depart the Titanic? Many will immediately offer: ‘12.45am.’ But thi...
New York Times
14 IN GLASS TRADE FINED IN TRUST CASE
23rd January 1941
They Plead Nolo Contendere at Chicago on Price-Fixing --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- CHICAGO, Jan. 22---Fourteen corporate and individual defendants in the glazing industry, accused of fixing prices of glass...
16 CHARLES STREET
 
16 CHARLES STREET

photo of Joseph Fillbrooks house...
 
1881 CENSUS
31st March 1881
1881 Census for Middlesex...
 
1881 CENSUS - LIVERPOOL
1881
Hugh Richard Walter McElroy was born at 3 Percy Street, Liverpool on 28 October 1874. He was the son of Richard R. McElroy and Jessie (formerly Fox). At the time of the 1881 census he was living at 6 Eversley Street, Toxteth, Liverpool with h...
 
1881 CENSUS - LONDON
31st March 1881
At the time of the 1881 census Lilian Hughes (14) was living with her mother and father, Thomas Hughes (57) and Frances (Fanny) (50) at 80 Park Street, London. The census confirms Lilian's birthplace as within the parish of St George's Hanover...
 
1881 CENSUS - OXFORD, OXFORDSHIRE
31st March 1881
At the time of the census Ernest Courtenay Carter, aged 23 and unmarried, was boarding at Dudley Cottage in the parish of St. Giles, Oxford. He was described as an undergraduate scholar and born at Compton Beauchamp, Berkshire...
 
1881 CENSUS, WEYMOUTH, DORSET
31st March 1881
Reginald George Smith was born in Weymouth, Dorset in the summer of 1879. At the time of the 1881 census he was living with his mother and brothers at 5 Salisbury Terrace, Melcombe Regis, a suburb of Weymouth. His moth...
 
1891 CENSUS - GUNNISLAKE, EAST CORNWALL
31st March 1891
At the time of the census William Jeffrey Ware, aged 1, was living with his parents, Samuel and Annie Ware at 1 Bowhay Cottages, Newbridge Hill, Gunnislake, Cornwall....
 
1891 CENSUS - PLYMOUTH, DEVON
31st March 1891
At the census date, Jane Richards, aged 12 is at home with her widowed mother, Mary Ann Richards, aged 52. They are living at 2 Wesleyan Place, East Stonehouse, Plymouth. Also with them is Jane's elder step-sister, Martha Maud Sowden (formerly Flowe...
 
1891 CENSUS, CHARLTON, LONDON
31st March 1891
At the time of the 1891 census, Reginald G Smith, aged 11, was a school boarder at Park House, Cresswell Park, Charlton, London. ...
 
1901 CENSUS

The 1901 Census reveals that Henry Ryland Dyer had an elder brother, Samuel Dyer, born in Jhansi, India 1885. He was described in the census as an Apprentice Engraver ...
 
1901 CENSUS - DEVONPORT, DEVON
31st March 1901
At the time of the 1901 census Samuel James Metcalfe Hocking was living with his wife Ada at 2 Molesworth Villas, Devonport. He was described as a painter & decorator....
 
1901 CENSUS - GUNNISLAKE, EAST CORNWALL
31st March 1901
At the time of the census William Jeffrey Ware, aged 11, was living with his parents, Samuel and Annie Ware at King Street, Gunnislake, Cornwall....
 
1901 CENSUS - ILFRACOMBE, DEVON
31st March 1901
At the 1901 census date Alice Frances Phillips, aged 10, was at home with her parents, Escott Robert & Hannah Marie Phillips, they were living at 9 Belvedere, Ilfracombe....
 
1901 CENSUS - PENZANCE, CORNWALL

The 1901 UK Census confirms Harry Cotterill was living at 26 Adelaide Street, Penzance, Cornwall, aged 10. With him his grandmother, Jane Cotterill (b.1828), his widowed mother Emily Jane Cotterill nee Wallis (b.1861), 2 sisters, Emily & Minnie and ...
 
1901 CENSUS - PLYMOUTH, DEVON
31st March 1901
At the time of the 1901 census Jane, aged 22, was unmarried and living with her widowed mother, Mary Ann Richards at 10 Phoenix Place, East Stonehouse, Plymouth. ...
 
1901 CENSUS - SHOLING, HAMPSHIRE
31st March 1901
Richard Proudfoot has now been traced to Sholing, Hampshire on the 1901 Census. (Surname spelled incorrectly as Proudford). The family information was as follows - Jane Proudfoot 28 born. Devon Richard Proudfoot 10 born. Devon...
 
1901 CENSUS - TAVISTOCK, DEVON
31st March 1901
The 1901 census has Reginald Harry Rogers, aged 7, at home with his parents, John G. & Emma J. Rogers at 2B Taylor Square, Tavistock....
 
1901 CENSUS, POOLE, DORSET
1901
Frank Couch, aged 16, born Port Isaac, Cornwall is shown as a ships cook on board a vessel named 'Deveron'. Moored at Poole Quay, Dorset at the time of the census the Master was shown as Charles Couch, aged 24, born in Plymouth, Devon ...
 
1901 CENSUS, WHITECHAPEL, LONDON
31st March 1901
At the time of the 1901 census Lilian (34) was living with her husband, the Rev. Ernest Courtenay Carter (43) in Whitechapel, London. He is described in the census as 'C of E Clergyman'....
 
1901 CENSUS, WILLERSLEY, LEICESTERSHIRE
31st March 1901
At the time of the 1901 census Reginald, aged 21, was living at Willersley, Leicestershire and working as a footman. ...
1910 MAP OF SOUTHAMPTON
 
1910 MAP OF SOUTHAMPTON

1910 Baedeker map of Southampton. Showing the dock area as it was when the Titanic sailed....
 
1911 CENSUS - ALLISON FAMILY
1911
In the 1911 Canadian census, The Allison family are living at 464 Roslyn Avenue in Westmount, Quebec. Hudson's occupation is listed as "financial broker". He worked 40 hours a week and had life insurance at the time of the census. Bes...
1914: MURDOCH SAVES LINER FROM ICEBERG
Titanica!
1914: MURDOCH SAVES LINER FROM ICEBERG
6th February 2004
Senan Molony
Murdoch, in death, re-wrote the seamanship manual for best practice....
 
1920S WHITE STAR LINE FILM

1920s White Star Line promotional film. VIews include, the reading and writing room; the bugler calling diners to dinner; dinner in the first class dining room; relaxing in the reception room; a passenger in a first class stateroom receives visitors....
New York Post
198 FROM THE CREW SAFE
19th April 1912
An early roster of rescued Titanic seamen, reported after the Carpathia docked in New York City......
1985 A TITANIC FIND
 
1985 A TITANIC FIND

This French card commemorates the discovery of the wreck of the Titanic by a French-American team on 1 September 1985....
1ST CLASS MENU SAVED BY MISS ELISE LURETTE
 
1ST CLASS MENU SAVED BY MISS ELISE LURETTE
12th April 1912
Miss Elise Lurette, a French passenger who was Mrs Spencer's travelling companion (more than 'maid'), used to lose her way on the Titanic. She did not speak English and she had crossed her cabin on a plan she showed to other passengers when she did n...
Chicago Examiner
2 BOXERS DIE ON TITANIC
20th April 1912
Leslie Williams and Arthur Bowen Coming From Wales for Fights Two professional boxers of Wales, Leslie Williams and Andy Bowen, lost their lives when the Titanic foundered.  They were...
New York Times
2 GUGGENHEIM HEIRS DIE IN 13-STORY FALL
20th October 1928
Baby Boy and Brother Drop From Arms of Mother on Hotel Surrey Roof --- SHE IS STRICKEN BY SHOCK --- Mrs. M. S. Waldman, Daughter of Benjamin Guggenheim, Unable to Explain Accident --- Terrence and Benjamin W...
New York Times
2 GUGGENHEIM HEIRS WILL BE BURIED TODAY
21st October 1928
Mother of Grandsons of Titanic Victim Still Suffers From Shock of Children's Fall --- Funeral services for the two children of Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Waldman, Terence, 4, and Benjamin, fourteen months old, grandchildren of Benjamin Gugg...
Chicago American
2 MEN BRIBE TITANIC SAILORS; SAVE LIVES
25th April 1912
Vienna, April 25.—The story of how two men passengers were saved from the sinking Titanic by bribing a sailor to disguise them as sailors and get them places in a lifeboat was told in a letter received here to-day by Mme. Cardeza from her hu...
New York Times
2 MRS. FIERMONTES HAVE A TALK AT TEA
25th February 1935
Husband's Mother, Who Also Is There, Likes Her Son's American Wife --- By The Associated Press --- ROME, Feb. 24---The two Mrs. Fiermontes, one American and one Italian, met for the first time today and sat right down to t...
25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SINKING
Syren & Shipping
25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SINKING
15th April 1937
Castings for the Queen Elizabeth...
New York Times
3 OF RICE'S PARTY BACK FROM AMAZON
4th October 1924
Mrs. Rice, Professor and Mrs. Strong Return---Others in Expedition Go On --- STUDYING TROPICAL DISEASE --- Hope to Explore Regions in Brazil Never Before Traversed by White Men --- Among the passengers who ar...
Chicago American
3 VICTIMS LAUD TITANIC FILM
25th February 1959
Ann Marsters
Three Survivors of the Titanic--the only three in Illinois--watched a screening yesterday of "A Night to Remember," an enormously exciting drama of the sinking of that magnificent liner on its maiden voyage 27 y...
New York Times
30-KNOT LINER PROBABLE
23rd August 1907
Statement of the Managing Director of Harland & Wolff --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Aug. 22---According to New York reports published here, Lord Pirrie, head of the firm of...
Worcester Telegram
3500 SACKS OF MAIL ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 16- Postmaster Edward M. Morgan stated today that the White Star liner Titanic had on board 3500 sacks of mail. It is not likely, he said that the mails were saved because during the few hours that the vessel floated after running int...
Variety
44 YEARS LATER
1st August 1956
At the time of the Andrea Doria-Stockholm collision at sea last week, Gen. David Sarnoff, RCA board chairman, was within 40 miles of duplicating his historic feat of being the first man to pick up the distress signal from the SS Ti...
Chicago Tribune
49 YRS. AFTER TITANIC SINKS, SURVIVOR DIES
18th April 1961
Detroit, April 17 (AP)--In the hour after midnight on April 15, 1912, death overlooked Mrs. Bertha Cooper when the luxury liner Titanic sank after striking an iceberg. Saturday--49 years to the hour after the disaster t hat took the lives ...
Chicago Inter Ocean
50 TITANIC BELLBOYS DIED SMOKING AS WOMEN FILLED BOATS
21st April 1912
New York, April 20—Among the many hundreds of heroic souls who went bravely and quietly to their end were fifty happy-go-lucky youngsters shipped as bellboys or messengers to serve the first cabin passengers. James Humphries, a quartermaster...
Times-Tribune
50 YEARS AFTER: A MEMORY OF THE TITANIC
1962
Rosemary Mossien
BY ROSEMARY MOSSIEN Vivid memories of the horror of the sinking of the "unsinkable" ocean liner Titanic 50 years ago April 15 are recalled by Mrs. John Black, 11 Kay Terrace, only Rochesterian who is a survivor of the tragedy....
6 AND 7 LEMON STREET, TRURO
 
6 AND 7 LEMON STREET, TRURO

6&7 Lemon Street, the location of Netherton & Worth, the firm which Ada's father was a partner of....
The Tribune
60 YEARS AGO THE TITANIC WENT DOWN
15th April 1972
Bob Considine
Sixty years on, Washington Dodge recalls the night he survived the sinking of the Titanic....
99TH ANNIVERSARY OF TITANIC'S SINKING COMMEMORATED IN BELFAST
Titanic Stories
99TH ANNIVERSARY OF TITANIC'S SINKING COMMEMORATED IN BELFAST
16th May 2011
15th April 2011 was the 99th anniversary of Titanic’s foundering after hitting an iceberg in mid Atlantic. In towns and cities throughout the world, the event is remembered in simple ceremonies. ...
 
A BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE TO MILLVINA DEAN

THE LAST TITANIC SURVIVOR ( R.I.P.) MILLVINA WILL BE IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER ...
A BIRTHPLACE REBORN : THE TITANIC QUARTER
Titanica!
A BIRTHPLACE REBORN : THE TITANIC QUARTER
21st October 2005
Senan Molony
PLANS for the development of 185 acres of dockland in Belfast that include the cradle of the Olympic and Titanic have just been formally announced. Most of the Queen's Island site will be transformed over the ne...
Cambridge Chronicle
A CAMBRIDGE VICTIM
26th April 1912
Mr. A. W. Barringer [photo] The greatest sympathy is felt with the relatives of Mr. A. W Barringer, whom as reported in last week's issue, was amongst those who lost their lives in the terrible Titanic disaster. The dece...
East Kent Gazette
A CANADIAN REFERENCE
4th May 1965
A reference to Miss Buss is made in the Toronto Daily Star of April 20th, as the following extract will show:- ''Special to the 'Star' by a staff reporter - New York, April 20th - What happened at the regular Sunday service on board th...
A CAPTAIN ACCUSED
Titanica!
A CAPTAIN ACCUSED
1st July 2005
Samuel Halpern
...
Toronto Daily Star
A CITIZEN'S FUND IS OPENED IN TORONTO
19th April 1912
Newspaper article...
Bucks Free Press
A CURIOUS COINCIDENCE IN WYCOMBE
19th April 1912
It is a curious coincidence that at the time the first news of the disaster to the Titanic was received at Wycombe some local gentlemen who were interested in the dimensions of the huge vessel were taking measurements in Wycombe High-street wit...
New York Times
A DAY'S WEDDINGS
18th January 1907
SCHEFTEL-STRAUS --- Herbert Adolph Scheftel was married to Miss Vivian Straus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Straus, at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at Sherry's, by the Rev. Dr. Schulman.  The ceremony was follo...
The Times
A FIREMAN'S ADVENTURES
23rd April 1917
The remarkable adventures of a young fireman have been brought to light through the sinking of the "Donegal." John Priest, who lives in Southampton, is only 29 years of age. He has been on the sea since his youth, and has served in many wat...
Torquay Directory
A FULFILLED DREAM. ECHO OF THE LOSS OF THE TITANIC
15th May 1912
One of the stewards on board the Titanic was a son of the late organist and choirmaster of a church in Torquay. He leaves an aged widowed mother, who was dependent upon him. His sister narrates a strange dream. She says that for several nights pri...
A GLAD HOMECOMING : TITANIC SURVIVOR MAJOR PEUCHEN
The Evening Telegram
A GLAD HOMECOMING : TITANIC SURVIVOR MAJOR PEUCHEN
22nd April 1912
Major Peuchen, his wife, daughter and son, as they stepped from the train at the Union Station Saturday....
Chicago Journal
A GREAT DEAL OF WRECKAGE FROM THE TITANIC
16th April 1912
BULLETIN: [Associated Press Telegram] Halifax, April 16--The Sable island cableship Minia reported this afternoon that it had sighted a great deal of wreckage from the Titanic, but no boats or rafts.  This dispo...
A HOLY GRAIL - THE MISSING DEPOSITIONS
Titanica!
A HOLY GRAIL - THE MISSING DEPOSITIONS
6th May 2004
Senan Molony
THERE is an undiscovered Titanic out there… one that may hold greater meaning than relocated rust at the bottom of the North Atlantic. The lost Titanic arguably resides in 138 crew depositions of the subjective truth of...
A LAST BRIGHT SHINING LIE
Titanica!
A LAST BRIGHT SHINING LIE
24th August 2004
Senan Molony
THEY died, to a man, at their posts; fighting to give the opportunity of life to others until walls of water overcame them. Bunkum. The last lie of Titanic's extensiv...
A LIFEBOAT APPROACHES THE CARPATHIA
 
A LIFEBOAT APPROACHES THE CARPATHIA
15th April 1912
A LINER TO ECLIPSE THE OLYMPIC
Weekly Irish Times
A LINER TO ECLIPSE THE OLYMPIC
21st September 1912
A New Leviathan The new Atlantic liner which Messrs Harland and Wolff Limited are building for the White Star Line will eclipse in size and tonnage the Olympic and the ill-fated Titanic. The new vessel will be called the Britannic in ...
Titanic Stories
A LUCKY ESCAPE FROM THE TITANIC - FATHER BROWNE
12th May 2011
Titanic Stories
Hear the story of the man who captured unique photos of Titanic before she sank. He was luckily summoned back to his duties instead of going on the maiden voyage....
 
A MEXICAN ON TITANIC

Alejandro Gárate Uruchurtu
A Mexican passenger was on board the famous transatlantic liner Titanic...
 
A NAME TO REMEMBER

Not many of Titanic's 'black gang' are remembered in the towns in which they once lived, but residents of West End on the outskirts of Southampton now have good reason to know the name of greaser Jim Jukes. For several years ...
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
 
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER

Kenneth More as Second Officer Lightoller in a publicity still for the 1958 film A Night to Remember...
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER PREMIERE
 
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER PREMIERE
1st July 1958
Stars and Titanic survivors gather for the London premiere of A Night to Remember. 1st July 1958....
A PEN TO SINK A THOUSAND SHIPS
Titanica!
A PEN TO SINK A THOUSAND SHIPS
7th March 2006
Lee Kendall
THE BRITISH TITANIC INQUIRY AND THE ART OF FORTUNINO MATANIA Fortunino Matania (1881-1963) was, without doubt, the greatest of the Edwardian illustrators, in th...
 
A POSTCARD FROM TITANIC
11th April 1912
On 11 April 1912, John Adams (real name Richard May) posted a card to his sister in Holsworthy, Devon. It read - "Dear Ethel, Just a few lines to tell you that I have found Jack and we are going on all right. We are having it fairly c...
A PV SOLVES A PUZZLE
Titanica!
A PV SOLVES A PUZZLE
13th October 2006
Senan Molony
THE devil is in the detail... and nowhere is that phrase more true than in particular areas of Titanic study. There has been controversy, for instance, over an impression given - to some - by remarks made by Captain James...
A RACE THROUGH A NIGHTMARE
Titanica!
A RACE THROUGH A NIGHTMARE
27th February 2004
Senan Molony
How a shipwreck a suffragette and a scandal settled the 1913 Derby...
Hampshire Advertiser
A SEAMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER AT SOUTHAMPTON
2nd May 1900
A Special sitting of the Southampton Borough Police Court was held on Saturday for the purpose of continuing the hearing of a charge of murder against George Frederick McGough, a sailor on the British ship Rustington, who was accused of causing...
Western Daily Mercury
A SIDMOUTH FAMILY. FATHER DROWNED: WIFE & CHILDREN SAVED
23rd April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Dean, of Branscombe near Sidmouth, with their two children, were passengers in the Titanic. Mrs. Dean and children were among the saved, but Mr. Dean perished....
Jersey Morning News
A SURVIVOR FROM THE 'TITANIC' IN JERSEY
21st May 1912
To meet and speak to one of the five hundred odd survivors of the "Titanic" disaster is something of an experience......
A TENDER NAMED AMERICA
Titanica!
A TENDER NAMED AMERICA
13th February 2001
Senan Molony
A tale of the ship that brought Irish immigrants to the Titanic....
A THOROUGH ANALYSIS OF THE CAVE LIST
Titanica!
A THOROUGH ANALYSIS OF THE CAVE LIST
1st April 2004
Daniel Klistorner
View the Encyclopedia Titanica transcription of the Cave List This simple incomplete copy of a cabin list for Titanic’s first and only voyage takes its name after...
A TITANIC COINCIDENCE
Titanica!
A TITANIC COINCIDENCE
9th July 2002
Gavin Murphy
How the gala opening of two hotels was disrupted two maritime disasters....
A TITANIC DINNER IN AN OLYMPIC HOUSE
Titanica!
A TITANIC DINNER IN AN OLYMPIC HOUSE
21st November 2012
Stuart Kelly
Stuart Kelly recalls an unexpected invitation and a memorable... and extensive Titanic themed meal in an newly discovered RMS Olympic panelled room....
Chicago Examiner
A TITANIC HERO
2nd June 1912
Charles Brown, the English comedian now playing with "A Modern Eve" at the Garrick, lost a number of friends when the Titanic went down.  He knew most of the officers on the ill-fated ship, and the purser, McElroy, had been a com...
Nottingham Evening Post
A TITANIC SURVIVOR : MUSIC HALL ARTIST'S ORDEAL IN HOSPITAL
28th May 1914
At the West London County Court yesterday Thomas Whiteley, a music hall artist, made application to his Honour Sir W. Lucius Selfe, for a payment into court from a sum which had been paid into his credit, in connection with the Titanic disaster...
A TRADE THAT HAS BEEN BOOMING SINCE THE TITANIC DISASTER
Graphic
A TRADE THAT HAS BEEN BOOMING SINCE THE TITANIC DISASTER
18th May 1912
‘ILL BLOWS THE WIND THAT PROFITS NOBODY’ The Titanic disaster has created an unprecedented demand for lifeboats, and we now seem to be in danger of placing too much reliance on this system of life-saving. Meanwhile these are busy times...
The Los Angeles Herald
A WORD TO FISHERMEN
20th April 1904
J. Bruce Ismay, the new president of the International Mercantile Marine company, is averse to fishing, which he regards as a cruel sport. Mr. Ismay was condemning fishing one day. "Suppose," he said quaintly,...
New York Times
A. A. STEWART LEFT $276,974
1st February 1913
Titanic Victim's Estate Goes to His Widow and Daughter --- An appraisal of the estate of Albert A. Stewart, who perished on the Titanic, was transmitted yesterday to the Surrogates' Court under transfer tax proceedings. Mr. Stewart was f...
New York Times
A. D. BRANDEIS DIES; ILL ONLY A WEEK
11th June 1916
Former Vice President of Stern Brothers Suffered Attack of Appendicitis --- MADE FORTUNE IN WEST --- Built Largest Department Store in Omaha--Erected Three Theatres and a Hotel --- Arthur D. Brandeis, Preside...
ABELE RIGOZZI
 
ABELE RIGOZZI

Aberdeen Daily Journal
ABERDEEN ENGINEER ABOARD
17th April 1912
As indicated on Monday, there were no Aberdeen passengers aboard the ill-fated vessel, but we learn that a Torry engineer was a member of the crew. About ten days ago Mr. James Fraser, 85 Menzies Road, received a letter from his son, Mr. James Fra...
 
ABOUT MARY MCGOVERN AS TOLD BY A RELATIVE

Date of Birth:  April 1890 Place of Birth  Clarbally, Corlough Co. Cavan, Ireland Mary was making the trip to New York alone, traveling by train from Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim to Queenstown to board the Titanic. Her ticket cost 7 po...
New York Times
ACCEPT OFFER BY DICK
17th December 1940
Mrs. Fiermonte's Executors Agree to Compromise on Claims --- The executors of the estate of Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick Fiermonte were authorized by Surrogate James A. Foley, it was learned yesterday, to accept a compromise offer of...
 
ACCOUNT BY GERALD DUQUEMIN

His brother, Gerald, of Capelle's Building Stores, Guernsey, takes up the story: ''I was only ten years old at the time the Titanic went down but I can remember very well what results the sinking brought home. We heard about it on the ...
New York Times
ACCUSE WIRELESS OPERATOR
21st April 1912
PHILADELPHIA, April 20---Charges were made to-day by the chief electrician of the United States scout cruiser Chester, which was sent to the aid of the Carpathia, having on board the survivors of the Titanic, that the wireless operators on board the ...
New York Times
ACTRESS SUES DE CAMP
19th December 1914
Horace S. De Camp, who married the widow of Daniel V. [sic] Marvin, one of the victims of the Titanic disaster, a year ago, has been sued by Miss Florence E. Clark, an actress, for $50,000 for breach of promise. Yesterday an application was made in ...
ADDERGOOLE TITANIC MEMORIAL
 
ADDERGOOLE TITANIC MEMORIAL

The Addergoole Titanic Society erected this memorial in St Patrick’s Church, Lahardane, Addergoole, Co Mayo, Irish Republic on...
ADDERGOOLE'S ANNUAL RINGING OF THE TIMONEY BELL
 
ADDERGOOLE'S ANNUAL RINGING OF THE TIMONEY BELL

Three members ring the Timoney Bell in daylight...
 
ADOLPHE SAALFELD POST-DISASTER

Saalfeld was in the First Class Smoking Room when the collision occurred; he was advised by a steward to go to the boat deck. In his cabin he had left samples of perfume that he was taking to America, but managed to pocket a menu card....
New York Times
ADOPTS HIS WIFE'S CHILD
26th March 1916
Horace S. De Camp, who married the widow of Daniel V. [sic] Marvin, got permission from Surrogate Fowler yesterday to adopt the infant daughter of his wife by her first marriage. Mr. Marvin lost his life when the Titanic went down. He...
ADVERTISEMENT FOR WHITE STAR LINE LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTS
BreederÂ’s Gazette
ADVERTISEMENT FOR WHITE STAR LINE LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTS
25th January 1893
White Star  Line! LIVE-STOCK and CARGO STEAMERS. Liverpool and New York, REGULAR WEEKLY SAILIN...
New York Times
AIDS FIGHT FOR LONGER PIERS
9th January 1911
Isidor Straus Points Out Their Commercial Advantage to New York --- Isidor Straus, in an interview yesterday, urged that the Government permit the lengthening of the existing piers of the Port of New York, in order to accommodate the ne...
Akron Beacon Journal
AKRON WOMEN TELL THRILLING STORIES OF THEIR RESCUE FROM THE DOOMED SHIP
20th April 1912
HOCKING AND RICHARDS FAMILIES SAT IN WATER A FOOT DEEP IN A LIFE BOAT Mrs. Emily Richards Tells a Thrilling Story of the Escape of Herself and Her Relatives From the Titanic (Special Dispatch to the Beacon Journal)...
Brooklyn Daily Times
ALBERT A. STEWART ONE OF THE LOST ISLANDERS
17th April 1912
Albert A. Stewart, who formerly made his home at St. James, L. I., is supposed to have gone down with the ship. He was in St. James last summer and was counted as a friend of Mayor Gaynor---near whose home he resided. Mr. Stewart was formerly conne...
ALBERT BRYANT AKA MICHAEL STAFFORD C.1900
 
ALBERT BRYANT AKA MICHAEL STAFFORD C.1900
1900
 
ALBERT ERVINE'S LAST LETTER
11th April 1912
"Yours received in Cherbourg, France yesterday evening. We have had everything working nicely so far, except when leaving Southampton. As soon as the Titanic began to move out of the dock, the suction caused the Oceanic, which was alon...
ALBERTO (SEATED) AND SEBASTIANO PERACCHIO
 
ALBERTO (SEATED) AND SEBASTIANO PERACCHIO

The Times
ALEXANDER CARLISLE OBITUARY
6th March 1926
ALEXANDER CARLISLE  The Right Hon Alexander Montgomery Carlisle, who died yesterday in London at the age of 71, was a ...
New York Times
ALEXANDER RICE, EXPLORER, WAS 80
24th July 1956
Physician and Author Dies---Made Trips on the Amazon and Taught Navigation --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R. I, July 23---Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, explorer of the Amazon, author and member of the summe...
 
ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND
1911
This 1911 record made by the Victor Military Band is very well recorded and gives an idea of the fast pace the song used to be played at. This is one song that many survivors recall being played on the night of the sinking. In fact it is not r...
Chicago Tribune
ALGERINE PICKS UP ONE TITANIC VICTIM
8th June 1912
Unidentified Remains of Wreck Victim Brought to St. Johns by Steamer Algerine S...
Concord Enterprise
ALGERNON H. BARKWORTH
1st May 1912
Algernon H. Barkworth of York, England, was a guest at the home of Mrs. Richard F. Wood, Main st., Friday. Mr. Barkworth is one of the survivors of the Titanic disaster. Although Mr. Barkworth has traveled extensively in various parts of the w...
ALICE AND KATE HERMAN
 
ALICE AND KATE HERMAN

ALL SAFE AFTER COLLISION
Unidentified Newspaper
ALL SAFE AFTER COLLISION
15th April 1912
From an unidentified French paper...
ALLISON FAMILY HOME IN CHESTERVILLE, ONTARIO, CANADA
 
ALLISON FAMILY HOME IN CHESTERVILLE, ONTARIO, CANADA

 
ALLUM FAMILY INFORMATION

Owen George Allum was born in a village called Mabe near Falmouth, Cornwall in 1894. His father, William Allum (b.1865 Bray, Berkshire) was a gardener by occupation who had married Clara Alice Eggleton (b.1867 Jersey, CI) at Wokingham, Berkshi...
New York Times
AMAZON TRAFFIC HINDERED
22nd August 1924
Booth Line Says Disturbances Make Deliveries Uncertain --- Political disturbances at Manaos, State of Amazonas, have interrupted navigation on the River Amazon. The Booth American Shipping Corporation, 17 Battery Place, announced yester...
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF
1913
No. 76. (English). A dairy man, 29 years old, was drowned. He was accompanied by his wife, who was saved, and intended to settle in California. There are no children. The widow estimated the property loss at $1,200; from other relief funds in this co...
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET
1913
Case number 384. (English). A mother 31 years of age, and two small children, coming to join her husband in Michigan lost baggage, insured for $125 and $200 in cash. They received hospital care, clothing, and $100 from other American sources of relie...
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET (1)
1913
Case number 276. (Irish). Unmarried woman, 23 years old, coming to live with her sister in New Jersey, was severely injured. ($50)....
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET (1)
1913
No. 135. (American). Girl, 6 years old, deserted by step-father, was saved by her nurse, on trip to her grandparents in New York. Needed new supply of clothing. ($100)....
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET (1)
1913
No. 55. (English.). Housemaid, 21 years old. ($100). Insurance claim B108. Property $283.61 cents....
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET (1)
1913
Case number 309. (English). Youth, 19 years of age, lost clothing and $200 in cash. ($100)....
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET (2)
1913
Case number 302. (English). A mother, sixty-three years of age, was drowned, while coming to this country to make her home with her daughter, whose husband had recently died, leaving two children aged six and two years. These children were to have be...
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET (4)
1913
No. 128. (English). Paving cutter, 24 years old. ($50). Accompanied by Mr. H. Williams....
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET (5)
1913
No. 81 (English). Theological student, 25 years of age, coming to finish his studies, lost his books and baggage and suffered from exposure. He is obliged to work his way through school. ($300)....
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF FUND
1913
Case number 13. (English). A boy, seventeen years of age, coming to join his father and work with him as a gardener, was lost. His mother, 46 years of age, and another son, 23, and a daughter 14, were in England. The mother was completely broken down...
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS RELIEF BOOKLET

[Case no 286] (English). An aged English woman was drowned while coming to this country, after the recent death of her husband, to make her home with her only daughter. The daughter's husband, a waiter, at the time of the disaster was recoveri...
Chicago Evening Post
AMERICANS IN PARIS MOURN LOST KINSMEN
16th April 1912
Hundreds in French Capital Had Relatives Aboard the Titanic...
AN 'OLYMPIC' CLASS PROPULSION SYSTEM
Titanica!
AN 'OLYMPIC' CLASS PROPULSION SYSTEM
25th June 2001
Mark Chirnside
How the White Star Line's greatest ships were propelled....
Maidenhead Advertiser
AN ACCOUNT OF MY JOURNEY ON THE TITANIC
29th April 1912
Nellie Walcroft
Sir, I am sending the account of my journey on the Titanic thinking that it will interest those at Maidenhead whom I know. I left Maidenhead on April 9th., stayed in London and caught 'the special train to Southampton at...
AN ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER BY A SURVIVOR
The Sphere
AN ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER BY A SURVIVOR
1912
Joseph Scarrott
"The night of April 14, 1912, will never be forgotten. It was a beautiful starlight night, no wind, and the sea was as calm as a lake, but the air was very cold." "Everybody was in good spirits and everything throughout the ship ...
Birkenhead News
AN ARGYLE THEATRE'S BANDSMAN AMONG THE TITANIC ORCHESTRA
20th April 1912
One of those on board the Titanic and who it is feared is amongst those who have perished, is Mr. J. F. P. Clarke, formerly a member of the orchestra of the Argyle Theatre of Varieties. Mr. Clarke in his short time he played...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times
AN ASHTEAD VICTIM SAFE AGAINST ANYTHING BUT AN ICEBERG
April 1912
Another Surrey passenger on the Titanic was Mr. George H. Hunt, head-gardener at Ashtead Park. Mr. Hunt, who has for about four years been working in Philadelphia as head-gardener on a large estate, and who has a wife and two children living in that ...
George Jacub
AN EXPERIMENT UNVEILS THE TIMING OF THE AFT PORT BOATS
15th July 2011
I didn't know whether to cheer or to cringe. Having completed my research into the timing of the first lifeboats to leave the sinking Titanic, plus the last boats and half...
ANATOMY OF A BOAT DECK PORTRAIT
Titanica!
ANATOMY OF A BOAT DECK PORTRAIT
3rd December 2003
Senan Molony
Mawkish sentimentality or inspired reconstruction, the Titanic art of Fortunino Matania...
ANCHOR MADE BY TITANIC CREW SURVIVOR
 
ANCHOR MADE BY TITANIC CREW SURVIVOR

William McCarthy handicraft...
ANDERS ANDERSSON, ANNA NYSTEN AND ERNST DANBOM WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, 5 APRIL 1912
 
ANDERS ANDERSSON, ANNA NYSTEN AND ERNST DANBOM WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, 5 APRIL 1912
5th April 1912
A goodbye photo of Anders Andersson (and family) Anna Nysten, Ernst Danbom (and family) and extended family and friends. Photo taken circa 5 April 1912, Kisa, Sweden...
New York Times
ANDREW SAKS DEAD AT 65
9th April 1912
President and One of the Founders of Dry Goods House of Saks & Co. --- Andrew Saks, President and one of the founders of Saks & Co., the dry goods house, died yesterday morning in his apartment at Sherry's. Death followed a long illness...
New York Times
ANDREW SAKS'S WILL
13th April 1912
$25,000 for Charities to be Specified by His Wife --- The will of Andrew Saks, who died at Sherry's on April 8, was admitted yesterday in the Surrogate's Court for probate. The petition does not give the actual value of his estate but m...
ANDREWS FAMILY PORTRAIT
 
ANDREWS FAMILY PORTRAIT
1895
Thomas Andrews or Tommie (to his friends and family) is sitting with his hands on his legs....
ANNA HOGEBOOM, KORNELIA ANDREWS, AND GRETCHEN LONGLEY
 
ANNA HOGEBOOM, KORNELIA ANDREWS, AND GRETCHEN LONGLEY

A photograph of Titanic survivors Anna Hogeboom, Kornelia Andrews, and Gretchen Longley together....
Bergen Record
ANNA JOSEPHSON
20th February 1961
Titanic Survivor, Resident of Haworth, Dies At 71 Mrs. Anna J. E. Josephson, 71, a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912, died yesterday at her home, 3 Seneca Place. Born in Worcester, Mass., Mrs. Josephs...
The Times
ANNOUNCEMENT: DEATH OF LORD MERSEY
4th October 1929
We announce with much regret that VISCOUNT MERSEY died suddenly yesterday at his country house at Littlehampton, at the age of 89. Though latterly he had become physically feeble, his mental activity showed no sign of impairment. He had a long care...
Chicago Evening Post
ANOTHER CHICAGOAN HIT IN TITANIC WRECK
20th April 1912
Mrs. Oren E. Taft, Who's in Europe, Loses Her Father, A. A. Stewart, New York...
Chicago Tribune
ANOTHER CHICAGOAN STILL FEARS
21st April 1912
Some Chicagoans do not know yet whether their relatives were saved by the Carpathia or not.  Edward Manion, who lives at 1848 Lincoln avenue, does not know whether his sister, Miss Margaret Manion, Castle Bar, Ireland, is on her way to Chicag...
Cornishman
ANOTHER PENZANCE PASSENGER SAVED
18th April 1912
Among the further list of passengers this morning appears the name of Ellen Wickes (Wilkes). Mr. Ludlow has received the following telegram: Name reported on Carpathia as Ellen Wickes. As we have no passenger of that name I think it must be E...
ANTHONY ABBING
 
ANTHONY ABBING

ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM - FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ON THE TITANIC
Titanica!
ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM - FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ON THE TITANIC
17th June 2012
Gerhard Schmidt-Grillmeier
Research sheds new light on an elusive Titanic survivor......
 
ANTTI WILHELM SIVOLA
10th July 2012
Alan Virta
A local newspaper in Idaho reveals why Antti Wilhelm Sivola was coming to America aboard the Titanic....
Chicago Daily Tribune
ANXIETY FOR MISSING ONES
18th April 1912
page. 3 Miss A. E. Isham, Formerly of Chicago, Probably Lost GUGGENHEIM GIVES UP HOPE Senator Convinced His Brother Perished When Titanic Sank Miss Anne Elizabeth Isham, a passenger on t...
New York Times
APPRAISAL OF ESTATE OF AUGUSTINE BIDOIS
23rd April 1927
Estates Appraised --- Manhattan --- *** BIDOIS, AUGISTINE (April 27, 1926), Gross assets, $2,538; net $1,872. To three brothers and a sister in equal shares. Executrix, Rosalie Bidois. ***...
APRIL 12TH ADRIATIC MENU CARD
 
APRIL 12TH ADRIATIC MENU CARD
12th April 1912
Menu card...
ARCHIBALD BUTT
Le Soir
ARCHIBALD BUTT
5th May 1912
Denver Post
ARCHIBALD C. BUTT WAS TO HAVE BEEN MARRIED THIS FALL
18th April 1912
Was Engaged to Youngest Daughter of Col. John R. Williams San Antonio, Tex., April 18:- Major Archibald C. Butt, military aide to President Taft, soon was to wed Miss Williams of Washington, sister-in-law of Joseph Leiter of Chicag...
ARCHIBALD W. BUTT
L'Excelsior
ARCHIBALD W. BUTT
20th April 1912
ARGENTINE TRANSPORT
Voyage
ARGENTINE TRANSPORT
20th March 2005
John P. Eaton
Empire Transport Co., Ltd. (Houlder Brothers, Managers) Westbound, Narvik, Norway to Philadelphia. Left Narvik 3 April 1912 with a cargo of iron ore. On arrival at the intermediate stop of Louisburg, Nova Scotia, her captain reporte...
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY CENOTAPH
 
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY CENOTAPH

The place chosen by Major Butt as his final resting place...
The Times
AROUND THE WORLD IN A YACHT [ADVERTISEMENT]
30th August 1924
Commander C. H. Lightoller, DSC, RD, RNR, and Mrs Lightoller are inviting ladies and gentlemen to join in a ten months cruise on their 3,000-ton motor sailing yacht "Westward." Sailing end of October, visiting West Indies, South Sea islands an...
New York Times
ARRANGE ASTOR SETTLEMENT
16th August 1911
Will Set Aside Separate Fortune for Miss Force in Place of Dower --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 15---Former Supreme Court Justice Henry A. Gildersleeve, representing Miss Madeleine TaImage Force...
The Evening Post, Wellington, New Zealand
ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. COPTIC [AT WELLINGTON WITH E.J. SMITH IN COMMAND]
31st January 1890
The S.S. & A. Company's R.M.S. Coptic anchored in the harbour at 8.40 this morning. She left London on 12th December, Plymouth 14th, and reached Teneriffe on 19th; left again on the following morning, crossed the Equator o...
New York Times
ART SHOW OPENS AT COOPERSTOWN
21st August 1933
ART SHOW OPENS AT COOPERSTOWN --- 56 Participants in Exhibit of 176 Items---Portrait of A. B. Ryerson a Feature --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- COOPERSTOWN, N, Y., Aug. 19---The Summer exhibit of the C...
ARTEMIS OF VERSAILLES
 
ARTEMIS OF VERSAILLES

The Artemis of Versailles, a small copy of the classical statue, lay on the mantle piece above the fireplace in the Titanic's first class lounge. The statue was one of the artefacts photographed when Dr Robert Ballard and ...
ARTHUR BURRAGE
 
ARTHUR BURRAGE

Photograph of Titanic plate steward and survivor Arthur Burrage taken from an identity card c. 1920. ...
ARTHUR LEWIS' DISCHARGE BOOK
 
ARTHUR LEWIS' DISCHARGE BOOK

Arthur Lewis' Discharge Book showing the entry for the Titanic and later ships including the Olympic. The book is stamped 23 Jan 1941. Name of ship and official number, port of registry and tonnage:...
ARTHUR NEWELL
The Courier News
ARTHUR NEWELL
22nd April 1912
ARTHUR RYERSON
Public Ledger
ARTHUR RYERSON
21st April 1912
Cambridge Independent Press
ARTHUR WILLIAM BARRINGER
19th April 1912
Mr. Arthur William Barringer, son of Mr. William Barringer, of 15 Thoday Street, Cambridge, was a Steward on the Titanic. It is hoped that he may be among those of the crew who were rescued, but his name has not appeared among the survivors. Mr. Barr...
 
ASHE FAMILY GRAVESTONE

In loving memory of Harry, beloved husband of May Ashe who lost his life on the Titanic 15th April 1912. also our little girlie, Gladys May, who die...
ASHES (URN)
 
ASHES (URN)

Tyrell William Cavendish: Born October 1875. Drowned on S.S. Titanic, April 15th 1912 Julia Florence Cavendish: Born 3rd November 1886. Died 16th January 1963...
 
ASHES SCATTERED

Chicago Daily News
ASKED TO MEET TWO WOMEN
17th April 1912
Green Bay, Wisconsin., April 17--A wireless message from the steamer Carpathia, received here this afternoon by V. I. Minahan, requests that he meet Mrs. W. E. Minahan and Miss Daisy Minahan at New York city on the arrival of the steamer. ...
Waterford News
ASPERSION CAST ON FRANK DWAN
19th April 1912
Linked to thefts at Bonmahon Mines...
ASPLUND FAMILY HEADSTONE
 
ASPLUND FAMILY HEADSTONE

Ribbons of Sweden's blue...
Worcester Telegram
ASPLUND FUND TOTALS $1031.25, BUT BODY OF VICTIM OF TITANIC DISASTER FAILS TO REACH WORCESTER
4th May 1912
The benefit fund for Mrs. Charles Asplund and her two children saved from the titanic, while her husband and three sons went to their deaths, yesterday passed the $1000 mark. The total amount subscribed last night was $1031.25, and tha...
ASQUITH AND THE CONSPIRACY TO SINK TITANIC
Titanica!
ASQUITH AND THE CONSPIRACY TO SINK TITANIC
9th July 2004
Senan Molony
“The architect, the owner, and the Captain were partners in an infamous conspiracy to repair their desperate fortunes by sinking the ship and sharing the insurance money.” ...
Chicago Evening Post
ASSERTS CELTIC SAVED TWO FROM THE TITANIC
22nd April 1912
Indiana Man Declares Officer and Woman Steerage Passenger Were Rescued Muncie, Ind., April 22—That the White Star liner Celtic, which followed closely in the path of the ill-fated Titanic, picked up an officer and a wom...
 
ASTEROID NAMED FOR TITANIC DESIGNER THOMAS ANDREWS
18th January 2013
In commemoration of the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic, the International Astronomical Union, the world body of astronomers, has approved the name "Thomasandrews" for a newly discovered ...
New York Times
ASTOR ESTATE AT NEWPORT SOLD
29th October 1940
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NEWPORT, R. I., Oct. 28---A deed transferring Beechwood, an estate of nine acres and dwelling and other buildings, from Vincent Astor to Count and Countess Paul de Kotzebue, was recorded today, giving t...
New York Times
ASTOR HOME SCENE OF NEWPORT PARTY
14th August 1935
Ang 14,1935 --- Mr. and Mrs. Enzo Fiermonte, Mrs. Lorillard Spencer and Mrs. J. L. Banks Jr. Guests --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 13---Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob Astor gave a small ...
New York Times
ASTOR INFANT CHRISTENED
15th January 1936
Virginia French and Vincent Astor Are William's Godparents --- The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob Astor was christened yesterday afternoon at a ceremony in the presence of a few relatives and friends in the Astor residence, 7 Eas...
Worcester Evening Gazette
ASTOR PUT BOY BY WIFE'S SIDE
19th April 1912
A fine act of heroism by Col. John Jacob Astor was told by George A. Harder, a Brooklyn man, who survived the Titanic disaster. "When Col. Astor had assisted his tearful young wife and her maid into a life boat, he tried to put in a yo...
New York Times
ASTOR SALE LIKELY TO HELP MRS. DICK
1st August 1922
Permission to Dispose of Trust Property Would Raise Her Income to $60,000 --- NOW GETS $43,000 [sic] FROM IT --- Trustee Has Offer of $1,200,000 for Realty In West Thirty-Fourth Street---Affects Vincent --- A...
New York Times
ASTOR SAVED US, SAY WOMEN
22nd April 1912
"Hold That Boat," He Commanded, as One Was Leaving Without Them --- CHICAGO, April 21---Mrs. Ida S. Hippach and her daughter, Jean, survivors of the Titanic, who arrived home to-day, said that they were saved by Col. John Jacob Astor, w...
ASTOR SAYS: WE'LL MEET IN NEW YORK
L'Excelsior
ASTOR SAYS: WE'LL MEET IN NEW YORK
20th April 1912
From L'Excelsior, 20 April 1912...
ASTOR'S FIRST WIFE TO ATTEND FUNERAL
 
ASTOR'S FIRST WIFE TO ATTEND FUNERAL
3rd May 1912
New York, May 3.      The train bearing the body of John Jacob Astor reached R...
New York Times
ASTORS TO BE RECONCILED?
19th February 1910
Wife's Lawyers Fail to Ask for a Final Divorce Decree --- Special to The New York Times --- WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., Feb. 18---It had been expected that the application of the attorneys for Mrs. Ava Willing Astor for a final d...
AT REST - THE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MISS LILLIAN G. ASPLUND
 
AT REST - THE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MISS LILLIAN G. ASPLUND
10th May 2006
Shelley Dziedzic
The service for Titanic survivor at the Nordgren Memorial Chapel situated on Lincoln Street, Worcester....
The Times
AUCTION OF OLYMPIC FITTINGS
19th November 1935
SALE CONCLUDED The sale at Jarrow of the fittings of the Olympic concluded today, which was the tenth day, and the last lot offered was No.4,456.. The total realized was not announced, and several lots were not sold. On some days during ...
AUSTIN AND NELLIE PARTNER
 
AUSTIN AND NELLIE PARTNER

New York Times
AUTEUIL SOUNDS THE PANNIER'S DOOM
24th June 1912
Smart Display of Summer Fashions at Paris Race Course Shows Radical Style Changes --- NOVEL ROBESPIERRE GOWNS --- Immense Crowd Out to See the French Grand National---Americans Less Numerous Than Usual...
Newark Star
AWAIT BODY OF TITANIC VICTIM
6th May 1912
Up to late last night the body of John S. March, of 59 Emmett street, one of the five United States mail clerks who lost their lives in the recent Titanic disaster, had not reached the city and no word has received by the firm of Smith & Smith, 944 B...
Chicago American
AWAIT NEWS IN DETROIT
18th April 1912
Mrs. G. W. Lyon, 471 Third avenue, is eagerly awaiting tidings from relatives who were in the Titanic disaster.  She is a sister of Mrs. E. G. ...
Western People
AWFUL SHIPPING DISASTER. LOSS OF THE TITANIC WITH OVER 1200 SOULS
20th April 1912
The great White Star liner, Titanic, the largest ship in the world, which left Southampton on Friday of last week on her maiden trip to New York, collided with an iceberg off the Newfoundland coast on Tuesday last and sank in 1200 fathoms of water (o...
The Times
B.B.C. AND THE TITANIC DISASTER
15th February 1932
The following statement contradicting the reports published in some newspapers (not in The Times) to the effect that the B.B.C. intended to broadcast a play based on the Titanic disaster has been issued by the B.B.C.:- ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
BABY OF TEN MONTHS AMONG THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Infant and Nurse Sole Survivors of family on the Titanic...
Milwaukee Journal
BABY ONLY ONE LEFT OF ALLISON FAMILY
19th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Allison and Young Daughter Go Down with 1,000 Others on Titanic...
BACK OF MEMORIAL CARD IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH LAROCHE
 
BACK OF MEMORIAL CARD IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH LAROCHE
1912
A mass was given in Villejuif in memory of Joseph Laroche in May 1912. A memorial card was issued. This shows the back. Joseph's family was Juliette (wife), Simonne and Louise (daughters)....
 
BALLARD RETURNS WITH NOAA

Breathtaking... Nearly 20 years after first finding the sunken remains of the R.M.S. Titanic, marine explorer Robert Ballard returned in June 2004 helped by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)......
 
BAPTISM REGISTER, ST KEVERNE CHURCH, CORNWALL
1877
The Baptism Register of St. Keverne Church shows that John Richard Jago Smith was baptised at the parish church on 31 December 1877. His father was John Smith, farmer of Trevithian and his mother was Mary Augusta Smith....
BAPTISMAL RECORD OF WILLIAM PIRRIE
 
BAPTISMAL RECORD OF WILLIAM PIRRIE
17th June 1847
Pirrie---J. A. Pirrie of Quebec merchant, and Eliza his wife had a son born on the thirty first day of May and baptized on the seventeenth day of June one thousand eight hundred and forty seven, named William by John Cook, D.D., Min'r...
Unidentified Newspaper
BAPTIST MINISTER DROWNED
26th April 1912
At the Baptist Church, Pastor Whitter said the disaster had filled two continents with sorrow, and affected in some way or other their fellows all over the world. He specially referred to the loss of a brother minister who had frequently preached in ...
BARBARA STANWYCK IN FOX MOVIE
Mon Film
BARBARA STANWYCK IN FOX MOVIE "TITANIC"
14th September 1955
A studio portrait of Barbara Stanwick, star of Titanic movie, published in Mon Film in 1955...
BARBARA STANWYCK IN TITANIC
 
BARBARA STANWYCK IN TITANIC
1953
Picture from Hollywood 1953 movie...
Derby Daily Telegraph
BARBERS WHO GROW RICH ON LINERS
14th August 1914
SURPRISING FIGURES IN TITANIC COMPENSATION CASE An interesting compensation case arising out of the Titanic disaster came before the Southampton County Court on Tuesday.  It concerned a victim named Klein, who w...
 
BARKWORTH'S ACCOUNT
1912
Dictated to Mrs. Francis because his hands had been frozen. I was sitting in the smoking room with my friends when we heard a grinding sound which caused the ship to tremble . . . Engines seemed to stop. Walking out on deck, through th...
New York Times
BARRED FROM BERMUDA
14th October 1933
Enzo Fiermonte, Boxer, Will Return to the United States --- HAMILTON, Bermuda, Oct. 13 (AP)---Refused permission to land in Bermuda, Enzo Fiermonte, Italian boxer, who is reported to be seeking the hand of the wealthy Mrs. Madeline Dick...
 
BASIC STATISTICS OF THE DISASTER

324 1st class passengers, 201 survived. 277 2nd class passengers, 118 survived. 708 3rd class passengers, 181 survived 885 crewmembers, 212 survived 13 postmen/musicians, none lived. Grand total: 2,207 on board, 712 s...
Chicago Tribune
BATTLESHIP IN CRASH LIKE TITANIC'S; DAMAGE IS SLIGHT.
5th June 1912
BATTLESHIP IN CRASH LIKE TITANIC'S; DAMAGE IS SLIGHT. Value of Subdivision of the Hull Into Large Number of Small Compartments Demonstrated     ...
Brooklyn Daily Times
BAYSIDE'S LOSS IN DEATH OF HENRY B. HARRIS
17th April 1912
BAYSIDE, L. I., April 17---All Bayside is saddened by the belief that Henry B. Harris, the theatrical manager, perished with the sinking of the Titanic. Mr. Harris had a charming home in Broadway, Bayside, and was a regular summer resident of the vil...
Daily Express
BBC DENY TITANIC RADIO PLAY TO BE BROADCAST
25th February 1932
BBC and the Titanic Disaster A formal statement contradicting the reports published in some newspapers (not the Daily Express) to the effect that the BBC intended to broadcast a play based...
Worcester Evening Gazette
BE BRITISH, MY MEN CAPT. SMITH'S ORDER
20th April 1912
WASHINGTON, April 19- But for the unparalled self-sacrifice and heroism of Capt. Smith and the Titanic's officers, the sea would have claimed an even greater toll when the gigantic ship went down. From the bridge, Capt. Smith called through his megap...
BECKWITH FAMILY PLOT
 
BECKWITH FAMILY PLOT

Richard Beckwith's grave marker is behind the large monument in the center of this photo....
BECKWITH GRAVE MARKER
 
BECKWITH GRAVE MARKER

BEECHWOOD
 
BEECHWOOD

The Astor's Home in Newport, Rhode Island....
The Times
BEESLEY CLAIMS WAR COMPENSATION
22nd January 1919
At the Defence of the Realm Losses Commission yesterday, Mr L. Beesley, described as a practitioner of Christian Science, claimed compensation in respect of the requisitioning by the War Office of rooms at Pembroke House, Oxford Street, in May 1917, ...
The Times
BEESLEY THE SCIENCE TEACHER ON SOLAR PANELS
26th January 1922
"Cookery by Sunlight" To the Editor of the Times Sir - Your leading article on this subject in to-day's issue reminds me that in 1913 I was the guest of friends in Pasadena, California, whose house was fitted with an apparatus f...
Belfast Newsletter
BELFAST FIREMAN'S FORTUNATE ESCAPE
26th April 1912
The story of a fireman's fortunate escape from sailing in the ill-fated White Star liner Titanic was told yesterday in the Belfast Custody Court, when, before Sir Andrew Newton-Brady, RM, [Resident Magistrate] Patrick Morgan...
Weekly Irish Times
BELFAST MEMORIAL DECIDED UPON
7th September 1912
Article...
The Times
BELFAST SHIPBUILDER'S ESTATE
10th April 1926
The RIGHT HON. ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY CARLISLE, of Orme-square, W., for some years general mannager and chairman of Messrs. Harland and Wolff, shipbuilders and engineers, of Belfast, and lately a director ...
 
BELFAST TITANIC MEMORIAL HAS TOO MANY NAMES!

The Titanic Wall in Belfast contains the names of 1,512 alleged Titanic victims but there are 16 victims too many on the wall. ...
Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping (1908)
BELFAST, PORT OF

Belfast, Port of. Belfast Harbour, the premier harbour of Ireland, is at the head of Belfast Lough, in latitude 54° 36' N., 5° 56' W. The time of high water at full and change is 10 hours and 43 minutes. The ri...
New York Times
BELGIANS PLAN TITANIC SUITS
8th August 1913
Pierre Mali, the Belgian Consul in this city, applied yesterday to Surrogate Cohalan for letters of administration on the estates of several victims of the sinking of the steamship Titanic for the purpose of bringing suits on behalf of their survivin...
Belmont Tribune
BELMONT MAN TITANIC VICTIM
4th May 1912
It is reported on good authority that Mr. Henry Hart, formerly employed by Mr. E. F. Atkins of this town, was one of the unfortunates who went down in the ill-fated Titanic. Mr. Hart was married while residing in Belmont and went to Ireland with his ...
BENJAMIN GUGGENHEIM
Unidentified Newspaper
BENJAMIN GUGGENHEIM
17th April 1912
From an unidentified French paper...
BENJAMIN GUGGENHEIM, PHOTOGRAPHED BY MARCEAU, NEW YORK
 
BENJAMIN GUGGENHEIM, PHOTOGRAPHED BY MARCEAU, NEW YORK
1909
The Sun (New York)
BERGS NOT ALL MELTED
18th July 1912
Oceanic Sights Them on Old Route Titanic Took --- The White Star liner Oceanic arrived yesterday from...
Port Huron Times Herald
BERT JOHNS, SURVIVOR OF 1912 TITANIC DISASTER, DIES
3rd February 1952
Page 1, columns 6-7 Bert Johns, 66, survivor of the Titanic disaster in 1912, operator of Bert's Tavern, 622 Water Street, for 15 years, Port Huron resident 32 years, died Saturday in his home, 216 Broad Street, after an illness of on...
BERTHE LEROY IN 1956
 
BERTHE LEROY IN 1956
1956
From 'Santa Barbara News Press'...
BERTHE LEROY'S GRAVE
 
BERTHE LEROY'S GRAVE

Hersin-Coupigny cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France...
BERTIE WILSON
 
BERTIE WILSON

Southern Daily Echo
BESSANT EDWARD
24th April 1912
[Also Hampshire Independent 27th April 1912 and Hampshire Advertiser 27th April 1912] Dearly Beloved Husband of Mary J. Bessant, of 39 Shirley Park Road, and Loving Son of Mrs. Bessant of 44 Wolseley Road, Freemantle....
 
BETROS AND ZAHIE KHALIL

Betros and Zahie Khalil were married. Betros and his wife were going to Wilkes Barre to meet his brother, Joseph Harry (formerly Joseph Khalil) who was my grandfather. ...
New York Times
BETWEEN SIPS OF TEA
11th December 1904
Lady Duff-Gordon is one of the English titled women who are "in trade," as it is termed in England. She started a dress-making establishment some years since in London, and, having energy and taste, it has proved most successful. She is a Canadian...
New York Times
BIG ASTOR TAX FOR STATE
3rd July 1912
Estate with Strauss [sic] and Guggenheim's to Yield Nearly $6,000,000 --- ALBANY, July 2---State Controller Sohmer will not take any steps looking to the appraisal of the estates of John Jacob Astor, Isidor Straus, and Benjamin Guggenhe...
New York Times
BIG BET ON SHAMROCK DOUBTED BY BROKERS
5th September 1901
F. H. Brooks Does Not Believe Any One Will Give Odds of 5 to 3 --- J. A. Chambers of Pittsburg Says that No Such Wager Was Made in That City --- There is doubt in Wall Street and thereabouts as to the "big money" said to h...
New York Times
BIG CROWD SAILS TO-DAY
24th January 1912
Nine Hundred First Cabin Passengers on Olympic, Cedric, and Lapland --- More than 1,200 cabin passengers, of whom nearly 900 will be in the first cabin, will sail from New York for Europe to-day. This big crowd of travelers, in numbers ...
New York Times
BIG SHIPS EASY TO BUILD
11th July 1910
BIG SHIPS EASY TO BUILD --- Only Limited by Docks and Channel, Says English Yard Manager --- Among the passengers who arrived yesterday on the White Star steamship Celtic was the Right Hon. Alexander M. Carlisle...
New York Times
BIGGER THAN THE LUSITANIA
12th September 1907
White Star Line Decides to Build Vessel---Speed to be 22 Knots --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Sept. 11---A Belfast correspondent telegraphs that Harland & Wolff have officially admitted that the...
BIODETERIORATION OF THE RMS TITANIC
Titanica!
BIODETERIORATION OF THE RMS TITANIC
28th January 2001
Roy Cullimore & Lori Johnston
How marine organism activity will lead to the eventual destruction of the Titanic...
 
BIOGRAPHY - FROM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS MAGAZINE 1912
1912
THE Commander of the Titanic Captain Edward J. Smith, Royal Naval Reserve, (widely know as E.J. by all passengers and crew) was very well known and was one of the most popular masters in the Atlantic service. He was in command of the Olympic, and her...
BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF TRAFALGAR SQUARE AND ENVIRONS
 
BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF TRAFALGAR SQUARE AND ENVIRONS

An early 20th century postard aerial view of Trafalgar square with some Titanic and White Star Line landmarks....
Ilfracombe Gazette
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
27th January 1891
PHILLIPS-January 26th, at 85 High Street, Ilfracombe, the wife of Mr. E. R. Phillips, of a daughter....
BIRTH CERT OF KATE'S DAUGHTER ELLEN
 
BIRTH CERT OF KATE'S DAUGHTER ELLEN

 
BIRTH CERTIFICATE
1881
CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY OF BIRTH Registration District Southam...
 
BIRTH CERTIFICATE : WILLIAM DUFFY
8th October 1875
Diocese of Tuam Parish of Castlebar. Postal Address: Main Street Castlebar. I certify that according to the Register of Baptisms kept in this parish. William L. Duffy was born on 8th of October 1875 and was bap...
Dowagiac Daily News
BISHOP'S ARRIVE HOME AND RELATE MANY THINGS ABOUT TITANIC NOT BEFORE TOLD
10th May 1912
Waited Over to Take Passage on This Ship From Cherbourg DETAILS RESCUE Ship Slowly Sank to Watery Grave While They Watched One Mile Away - Did Not Break In Two Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Bishop, who were among ...
Dowagiac Daily News
BISHOPS GO BEFORE SENATE BOARD OF INQUIRY TO GIVE STORY OF TITANIC DISASTER
26th April 1912
Both Are Called to Stand At Washington on Tuesday PUSHED TO SAFETY Mrs. Bishop Tells How They Were Hurried Aboard the Lifers When the Titanic Struck Huge Berg --------------- Mr. and Mrs....
Trenton Evening Times
BLACKWELL HAD HEAVY INSURANCE ACCIDENT POLICY FOR $33,000
4th May 1912
Carried by Trenton Victim of the Titanic Besides the large personal estate, in securities, variously estimated at between $110,000 and $200,000, left by Stephen W. Blackwell, who lost his life on the Titanic, he also carried accident ...
BLADES OF FAN RECOVERED FROM WRECK SITE
 
BLADES OF FAN RECOVERED FROM WRECK SITE

Pictured at a Titanic Artefact Exhibition...
The Washington Post
BLAME FOR TITANIC HORROR
22nd May 1912
President of British Board of Trade Arraigned in Commons He Retorts That Parliament is Equally at Fault for Failure to Enforce Steamship Regulations London May 21 – The attack on Sydney Buxton, president of the...
Chicago Examiner
BLAMES WRECK ON PILOT
20th December 1911
BLAMES WRECK ON PILOT Admiralty Court Renders Decision in Olympic Collision Case Special Cable to the Examiner Sir Samuel Evans, president of the Admiralty Court, announced...
Toronto Daily Star
BLISS, EMMA
19th June 1959
Page 32 At the Nevers Nursing home, on Wednesday, June 17, 1959, Emma Junod, beloved wife of the late Ernest John Bliss, loving mother of Mrs. Amy Armstrong, Henry and Ernest Bliss, dear grandmother of Jack Armstrong and great-grandmo...
New York Post
BOAT SPACE LOST
19th April 1912
Many of the lifeboats which bore the survivors of the Titanic to safety were only half-filled according to a Pennsylvania business man, who stood at the rail of the Carpathia and saw every one of the ...
Worcester Telegram
BODY OF CHARLES ASPLUND, TITANIC VICTIM, WILL BE BURIED IN WORCESTER, WITHOUT EXPENSE TO SURVIVING FAMILY
27th April 1912
Subscription papers will be circulated, today and next week in the Slater building, State Mutual building and courthouse, in an effort to raise money for Mrs. Charles Asplund and family left in strained circumstances owing to the loss of Mr. Asplund ...
Worcester Telegram
BODY OF W.C.PORTER REACHES WORCESTER
1912
Identified at Hallifax by Waldo E. Sessions who will have charge of the funeral which will be saturday. The body of Walter C. Porter, 10 Knox street of S. Porter & Co., last manufacturers, 25 Union street who met his death in the Titan...
Hudson Dispatch
BODY OF WEST HOBOKEN MAN, VICTIM OF TITANIC DISASTER, FOUND AT SEA
23rd April 1912
Recovered by the Mackay-Bennett Ship and Will Be Sent Home. --------------- IDENTIFIED BY MARKS --------------- Fifteen More Bodies Were Found by Same Vessel Today --------------- Greenwood Robertson, of 222...
Beneath This Stone
BOOKLET ABOUT CLEWER CHURCHYARD

OWEN GEORGE ALLUM was a passenger on the "unsinkable" White Star Liner, Titanic which struck an ice berg and sank on her maiden voyage. Owen Allum was one of the 1,489 whose lives were lost. He had lived at Gerald Villas, Vansittart Road, Wind...
 
BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN CERTIFICATE OF DEATH
1963
DIVISION OF RECORDS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN CERTIFICATE OF DEATH # 1...
New York Times
BOSTON BANKS TO MERGE
22nd July 1912
H. K. Hallett to Head Combined Atlantic and Fourth National --- Special to The New York Times --- BOSTON, July 21---The death of Arthur W. Newell, President of the Fourth National Bank, who was lost on the Titanic, is abou...
New York Times
BOSTON MAN MISSING
16th April 1912
A. W. Newell's Two Daughters Among Survivors, but No Report of Him --- Special to The New York Times --- BOSTON, April 16---Nearly a dozen Boston men, known to have been aboard the Titanic, are unaccounted for. Some were a...
Worcester Telegram
BOSTON MAN ON FRANCONIA REPORTS COMMUNICATING WITH CARPATHIA
18th April 1912
Article...
Chronicle
BOUND BROOK INTEREST IN THE WRECK
19th April 1912
Aside from the deep interest in the loss of the Titanic, Bound Brook had a special anxiety to know the fate of the Ryerson family, of Philadelphia, Mrs. Arthur Ryerson being a daughter of Mrs. John J. Borie and a sister of Adolph E. Borie, of Piedmon...
Asbury Park Evening Press
BOUND FOR BELMAR; SINK WITH TITANIC
20th April 1912
BELMAR, April 10---Engwell and Conrad Hugwell, brothers, bound for here from Sweden, went down among the steerage passengers with the liner Titanic. The two men were coming to Belmar to work in the local fisheries where two other brothers are now em...
Western Morning News
BOUND FOR SALT LAKE CITY
17th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. William Turpin, we understand left Plymouth for Salt Lake City. They resided at 59 Chaddlewood-avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Turpin, sen., live in Beaumont-road, Plymouth....
New York Times
BOXER DENIES HE'LL WED
18th June 1933
Enzo Fiermonte Says He Scarcely Knows Mrs. W. K. Dick --- RENO, Nev., June 17 (AP)---Enzo Fiermonte, Italian pugilist, who has been seen here in the company of Mrs. William K. Dick, the former Mrs. John Jacob Astor, today characterized ...
BOXHALL LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRADE
 
BOXHALL LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRADE
11th July 1912
A letter from Titanic Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall to the President of the Board of Trade, Sydney Buxton, written in July 1912 while Boxhall was serving aboard the Adriatic. Boxhall complained about the fees paid to...
BOXING PRACTICE IN OLYMPIC'S GYMNASIUM
 
BOXING PRACTICE IN OLYMPIC'S GYMNASIUM

A photograph taken aboard the Olympic by Titanic Saloon Steward Edward Wheelton...
Guernsey Evening Press
BOY PREACHER FROM COBO, GUERNSEY
1912
Uncle Mr. D. Nicolle, Gele, of Castel, Guernsey. Going to c/o M. E. Collett, Port Byron, New York, USA. Booking Agent Mr. Boulton, Upper Holloway Road, London. Mr. Stuart Collett. Mr. Stuart Collett, the Boy Preacher who c...
New York Times
BOY WIRELESS SAVED THEM
19th April 1912
Rescues Resulted from Coltain's [sic] Untiring Devotion to Duty --- Harold Thomas Cottam, the wireless operator of the Carpathia, through whose efforts more than to any one [sic] else the saving of a part of the Titanic's passengers wa...
Worcester Evening Gazette
BOY'S PRAYER FOR LIFE ANSWERED
20th April 1912
New York, April 19- Edward Dorking, an English boy who was on his way aboard the Titanic to an Illinois farm and who saved himself by jumping from the deck, told today of the last minutes of the doomed vessel. "Three of us young fellows were standing...
BOYSIE RICHARD RUSSELL
 
BOYSIE RICHARD RUSSELL

Portrait of Boysie Richard Russell...
 
BRANSCOMBE, DEVON - 1891 CENSUS
31st March 1891
Bertram Frank Dean was born on 30 June 1886 in the small East Devon village of Branscombe. This is the census information for 1891. Dwelling: New Castle Cottage, Branscombe Charles Dean Head. 29 Thatcher, born. Branscombe Eliza...
 
BRANSCOMBE, DEVON - 1901 CENSUS
31st March 1901
Dwelling: Culver Hole, Branscombe Charles Dean Head 39 Thatcher born. Branscombe Eliza Dean Wife 39 born. Branscombe Fred Dean Son 17 Thatcher born. Branscombe Bert Dean Son 15 Farm Labourer born. Branscombe Willie ...
BRASS PLAQUE IN ARUNDEL CATHEDRAL, SUSSEX.
 
BRASS PLAQUE IN ARUNDEL CATHEDRAL, SUSSEX.

Worcester Evening Gazette
BRAVE COUNTESS TAKES CHARGE OF LIFEBOAT
19th April 1912
New York, April 19- Miss Alice Farnam Leader, a New York physician escaped from the Titanic on the same boat which carried the Countess Rothes. " The countess is an expert oarswoman." said Dr. Leader, " and thouroughly at home on the water. She pract...
Worcester Evening Gazette
BRAVE MUSICIANS OF SHIP MEET FATE TRYING TO DROWN CRIES OF THE PERISHING PASSENGERS
20th April 1912
New York, April 19.-Of all the heroes who went to their death when the Titanic dived to its ocean grave, none, in the opinion of Miss. Hilda Slater, a passenger in the last boat to pull off, deserved greater credit than the members of the vessel's or...
BRAVE NURSE AND THE BABE SHE SAVED
New York Herald
BRAVE NURSE AND THE BABE SHE SAVED
24th April 1912
Nurse Cleaver, and the little baby Allison whom she saved from the wreck, in which Mr. and Mrs. Allison and their little daughter were drowned....
New York Herald
BRAVERY OF TITANIC SURGEON DR. WILLIAM FRANCIS NORMAN O'LOUGHLIN
22nd April 1912
In accounts printed about the Titanic and the bravery of her officers little has been said of one who probably was the most widely known and best beloved of all classes....
BRIDE BEING TAKEN FROM CARPATHIA
Evening Bulletin
BRIDE BEING TAKEN FROM CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
Second Wireless Operator of the Titanic...
BRIDE FIXING LIFEBELT ON PHILLIPS
New York Times
BRIDE FIXING LIFEBELT ON PHILLIPS
28th April 1912
Two Marconi Men Worked to the Last...
BRIDE WHO WAS RESCUED FROM DEATH FINDS SHE IS DESTITUTE WIDOW
New York Herald
BRIDE WHO WAS RESCUED FROM DEATH FINDS SHE IS DESTITUTE WIDOW
22nd April 1912
MRS ARGENIA DEL CARLO AND SISTER OF SAN RAFFAELE HOME...
BRIDGE OF LA PROVENCE
 
BRIDGE OF LA PROVENCE

First liner to receive Titanic's distress call...
 
BRITANNIC - SISTER TO TITANIC

BRITANNIC FUNNEL
 
BRITANNIC FUNNEL
1914
From 'La Science et la Vie', January 1914...
BRITANNIC POSTCARD (AS HOSPITAL SHIP)
 
BRITANNIC POSTCARD (AS HOSPITAL SHIP)

BRITANNIC POSTCARD (IN WHITE STAR COLORS)
 
BRITANNIC POSTCARD (IN WHITE STAR COLORS)

BRITANNIC POSTCARD (ON STOCKS)
 
BRITANNIC POSTCARD (ON STOCKS)

The Evening Post
BRITISH INQUIRY INTO TITANIC TRAGEDY BEGINS
2nd May 1912
Based on 26 Questions and Much Like That of Our Senate LONDON, May 2 – Lord Mersey in his capacity as wreck commissioner and five assessors who ...
Southern Daily Echo
BRITISH SEAFARERS UNION / SS TITANIC SURVIVORS
4th June 1912
BRITISH SEAFARERS UNION To the Editor of the “Southern Daily Echo”. Sir, - Will you kindly acknowledge in the columns of your paper the receipt by the above Union of the following sums for thei...
Liverpool Echo
BRITISH SEAFARERS' UNION.
18th March 1913
Branch opened in Liverpool The British Seafarers' Union opened in Liverpool, yesterday, a branch office in South John-street.  The union was established about eighteen months ago at Southampton, where ...
BROCHURE SAVED FROM THE TITANIC BY MME LAROCHE
 
BROCHURE SAVED FROM THE TITANIC BY MME LAROCHE
1911
Mme Laroche saved a White Star Line brochure from the sinking. This 32 page document contained many pieces of information for second class passengers. From the notes on the cover: 'Nicholas Martin, 9, rue Scribe, Paris', it seems that this brochure w...
Brockton Daily Enterprise
BROCKTON AND STOUGHTON MEN ABOARD TITANIC
15th April 1912
Among the passengers of the Titanic are Frank D. Millet, the distinguished artist, once of East Bridgewater, and a brother of Dr. Charles S. Millett of Brockton; George Q. Clifford, of the Belcher Last Co. of Stoughton and widely known among the shoe...
Brooklyn Daily Times
BROOKLYNITES ARE LOST AS TITANIC SINKS
16th April 1912
Several Are Believed to Have Sunk With Ship --- According to the latest reports from the White Star officials there were Brooklyn and Long Island people among those who were lost when the ill fated Titanic sank. The dead ...
Brooklyn Daily Times
BROTHER OF BROOKLYNITE, A PRIEST, WAS ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
Two of the visitors to the White Star line offices were Laurence M. Byles, Vice President of the W. E. Byles Company, Ltd., of 90 Wall street, Manhattan, and his brother, W. Hunter Byles, of Omaha. They went to inquire as to the safety of another bro...
Chicago Tribune
BRUCE HAS NO WRECK DETAILS
18th April 1912
Wireless Operator Reports He Was Unable to Get Particulars of Titanic Sinking St. Johns, N. F., April 17---The steamer Bruce, which arrived in St. John's harbor at noon on Monday and r...
BUILDING AT 319 SOUTH 12 ST., PHILADELPHIA (ADDRESS OF W.C. DULLES HOME)
 
BUILDING AT 319 SOUTH 12 ST., PHILADELPHIA (ADDRESS OF W.C. DULLES HOME)

A building at 319 South 12 St., the address of William Crothers Dulles...
New York Times
BUILDING OF GIANT LINERS (1)
10th July 1910
BUILDING OF GIANT LINERS --- Work on the White Star's Olympic and Titanic Proceeds Rapidly --- Special Correspondence THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 2---The rise and progress of the leviathan liners n...
BUILDING THE TITANIC
 
BUILDING THE TITANIC
1911
This original picture shows the Titanic under construction in Belfast, certainly in late 1911. Note that three funnels are not yet painted, there is a scaffolding around the fourth funnel....
 
BURIAL LOCATION

Buried here though there is no known stone....
Chicago Daily News
BURY FOUR OF THE DEAD AT SEA
19th April 1912
Impressive Services Over Victims Are Held Aboard the Carpathia...
New York Times
BUSINESS MEN OF NEW-YORK---ISIDOR STRAUS
29th October 1893
Isidor Straus is a fair type of the broadminded, public-spirited men through whom this city maintains its commercial supremacy and its metropolitan character. Knowing the entire alphabet of his business, quick to seize upon and improve opportunities ...
New York Times
BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
31st May 1912
President Taft and Washington Friends Raise Funds for a Tablet --- WASHINGTON, May 30---President Taft, members of the Diplomatic Corps in Washington, and many high Government officials have contributed to a fund of several thousand dol...
BUTTER PAT
 
BUTTER PAT

White Star Line Butter Pat...
BYLES AT ROSSALL SCHOOL (C.1889)
 
BYLES AT ROSSALL SCHOOL (C.1889)

New York Times
C'EST MOI BEST DOG IN SHOW
21st December 1916
At the second open match show of the French Bulldog Club of America, held at the Hotel Gregorian last night, the honors were carried off by C'est Moi, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor of Hollis, L. I. C'est Moi was judged the best in the show ...
New York Times
C. E. H. STENGEL, TITANIC SURVIVOR
20th April 1914
C. E. Henry Stengel, member of the firm of Stengel & Rothschild, manufacturer of leather, died yesterday at his home 109 Lincoln Park, Newark, of pneumonia. He was one of the Titanic survivors. Mr. Stengel was 56 years old and was born in Newark. ...
Richmond Today
C. H. LIGHTOLLER AND RICHMOND SLIPWAYS

At the end of the war an elderly mariner, who had rescued 130 troops from Dunkirk, moved to East Twickenham and set up a boatyard at 1 Ducks Walk, opposite the site of the old Tudor palace. Richmond Slipways as it was called, mostly repaired po...
New York Times
C. H. LIGHTOLLER,78, OFFICER ON TITANIC
9th December 1952
Sole Ranking Member of Crew to Survive Disaster Dies---Aided Dunkerque Evacuation --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Dec. 8 --- Comdr. Charles Herbert Lightoller, the only officer of the White Star liner Titanic...
The Toronto World
C. M. HAYS' CAREER
17th April 1912
When the White Star Liner Titanic struck an iceberg, it is feared Charles Melville Hays, president and general manager of the Grand Trunk Railway and the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad was carried down with the doomed steamer.  Mr. Hays had been in ...
 
CABIN ALLOCATIONS
18th July 2004
The allocation of cabins on the Titanic is a source of continuing interest and endless speculation. Apart from the recollections of survivors and a few tickets and boarding cards, the only authoritative source of cabin data is the incomplete...
New York Times
CABINET IS SALE FEATURE
24th September 1950
Mahogany Breakfront Brings $585 in $51,640 Auction --- A Regency mahogany and grillwork breakfront cabinet with Roman portrait medallions, circa 1820, was sold to a private collector for $585 yesterday at the final session of the sale ...
St. Petersburg Times
CALDWELL
23rd December 1992
Caldwell, Alden Gates, 81, of Largo, died Friday (Dec. 18, 1992) at Largo Medical Center Hospital. He was born in Bangkok, Thailand, and came here in 1977 from Allentown, PA. He was a chemical engineer and worked 32 years for Leigh-Portland Cement Co...
Cook County Herald
CALLS MRS. ASTOR HEROINE
26th April 1912
Sailor of Titanic Says She Gave Her Shawl to Baby of Steerage Passenge New York, April 22---Jack Foley, a member of the crew of the Ti...
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser
CAMBORNE AND REDRUTH PASSENGERS
18th April 1912
There were no passengers on Titanic from Camborne, and only one from Redruth. Mr Frank Andrew (30 years), of Pencoys, who is missing. He leaves a wife (Rhoda) and one child (Lucy) at Pencoys. ...
Cambridge Chronicle
CAMBRIDGE MAN ABOARD
19th April 1912
It is feared that a Cambridge man was among those who lost their lives, and great anxiety is felt by his parents, who live in Cambridge, and relatives and close friends, as to his safety. We refer to Mr. A. W. Barringer, a native of Cambridge, who we...
New York Times
CAN FIND NO TRACE OF SMART CHILDREN
14th July 1912
Estate of Titanic Victim Cannot Be Settled Until They Have Been Notified --- SUPPOSED TO BE IN EUROPE --- Father Was Returning from a Visit to Them and All His Private Papers Were Lost with Him --- Frederick ...
CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC
Voyage
CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC
6th April 2008
John P. Eaton
Who Redeemeth Thy Life From Destruction...
Washington Times
CAPITAL RESIDENTS IN NEW YORK FOR CARPATHIA'S COMING
18th April 1912
Anxious for News From Friends Aboard the Titanic --- With barely one thread of hope that three of the Washingtonians who sailed from Southampton on the ill-fated Titanic a week ago yesterday are still alive, a party of Washingtonians to...
Worcester Telegram
CAPT ROSTRON'S TRAGIC STORY
20th April 1912
Wireless Operator Was Undressing with Receiver on His Ear When "S.O.S." Flashed New York, April 19.- Capt. Rostron of the Carpathia told the tragic story of his rescue of the Titanic survivors to the Senate committee this afternoon....
Asbury Park Evening Press
CAPT SMITH UNCLE OF RED BANK MAN
17th April 1912
Capt. E. J. Smith, R. S., who was in charge of the Titanic, was an uncle of Alex. Smith of White street, Red Bank. The latter Mr. Smith has been a resident of Red Bank for some time, conducting a garage in White street, near Broad street. He stated...
New York Times
CAPT. BOWER ISMAY DIES
26th May 1924
British Shipping and Racing Man Succumbs to Sleeping Sickness --- LONDON, May 25---Captain Bower Ismay, the shipowner and racehorse fancier, died today at Hazel Beech Hall, Northamptonshire. He had been ill since Feb. 8 with sleeping ...
New York Times
CAPT. HADDOCK DEAD, OLYMPIC EX-MASTER
6th October 1946
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Oct. 5 (AP)---Capt. Herbert James Haddock, a former commodore of the old White Star Line, died today. His age was 85. During the first World War he commanded a dummy fleet of wooden dreadnoughts and battle cruise...
New York Times
CAPT. JOHN W. BINKS OF WHITE STAR DIES
6th February 1939
Retired Skipper of Olympic Served in the British Navy During the World War --- SPENT 45 YEARS AT SEA --- Commander of Leviathan and Majestic on Last Voyages They Ever Made --- News was received yesterd...
New York Times
CAPT. ROSTRON GETS MEDAL
2nd March 1913
Taft and Bryce Both Praising the Titanic Rescuer --- WASHINGTON, March 1---President Taft presented to Capt. Arthur H. Rostron to-day the gold medal authorized by Congress for his courage and gallantry in rescuing the survivors of the T...
New York Times
CAPT. ROSTRON GUEST OF MRS. J. J. ASTOR
1st June 1912
Rescuer of Titanic Survivors Meets Again Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Cumings --- GOES TO SEE MRS. WIDENER --- With the Crew of the Carpathia He Will Attend Concert for Musicians' Families --- Capt. Arthur Henry Ros...
New York Times
CAPT. ROSTRON RECEIVES ROYAL HONOR
26th February 1924
Copyright, 1924, by The New York Times Company --- By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Feb. 25---Captain Arthur H. Rostron, commander of the Cunard liner Mauretania, who, as captain of the Carpathia, rescued the ...
New York Times
CAPT. ROSTRON TO RECEIVE MEDAL TO-MORROW
27th February 1913
Special to The New York Times --- Feb. 26---Capt. A. H. Rostron, who drove the Carpathia at full steam through a sea of broken ice to rescue the survivors of the shipwrecked Titanic, will come to Washington on Friday to receive a gold m...
CAPTAIN AND CREW
 
CAPTAIN AND CREW
May 1911
Captain Smith seen aboard the Olympic...
CAPTAIN ARTHUR ROSTRON'S GRAVE
 
CAPTAIN ARTHUR ROSTRON'S GRAVE

West End Cemetery, West End, Southampton...
CAPTAIN DAVID BLAIR, 1924
White Star Magazine
CAPTAIN DAVID BLAIR, 1924
February 1924
David Blair on Dec k...
The Times
CAPTAIN E. J. SMITH MEMORIAL
27th September 1913
A committee has been formed for the purpose of arranging for the erection of a suitable memorial to the late Commander Edward John Smith RNR, the Captain of the Titanic. It is proposed that it should take the two-fold form of ...
CAPTAIN EDWARD JOHN SMITH
 
CAPTAIN EDWARD JOHN SMITH
17th April 1912
From 'Le Petit Journal'...
Highland News
CAPTAIN GOES DOWN WITH SHIP
20th April 1912
Captain Smith - all honour to him - made absolutely no attempt to leave the ship, and insisted on going down with the vessel. The report that he committed suicide is discredited. As one of the passengers said, ''He stuck to the bridge like a hero'', ...
 
CAPTAIN LORD 1961 INTERVIEWS TRANSCRIPT
1961
Leslie Harrison - Senan Molony
Transcript of a recorded conversation between Leslie Harrison and Captain Stanley Lord, held at 13 Kirkway, Wallasey, [Lord’s Merseyside home] in February 1961 [6-8.30pm], and a further discussion recorded on 19 August 1961....
CAPTAIN LORD AND OFFICERS OF THE ANGLO-SAXON
 
CAPTAIN LORD AND OFFICERS OF THE ANGLO-SAXON

CAPTAIN LORD IN SUMMER WHITES ABOARD A LEYLAND LINER
 
CAPTAIN LORD IN SUMMER WHITES ABOARD A LEYLAND LINER

CAPTAIN LORD WITH OFFICERS OF A LATER COMMAND.
 
CAPTAIN LORD WITH OFFICERS OF A LATER COMMAND.

Captain Stanley Lord (centre) of the Californian pictured with officers of a later command....
CAPTAIN LORD'S CHART COMPASS
 
CAPTAIN LORD'S CHART COMPASS

CAPTAIN LUDWIG STULPING OF THE S.S. BIRMA
 
CAPTAIN LUDWIG STULPING OF THE S.S. BIRMA
28th December 2006
Senan Molony
CAPTAIN Ludwig Stulping (Liudvikas Stulpinas) was born on December 4, 1871 in Zarenai parish, Jomantai, Lithuania. He would be 40 at the time of the Titanic disaster. ...
CAPTAIN ROSTRON'S HANDWRITTEN ACCOUNT OF THE DISASTER.
 
CAPTAIN ROSTRON'S HANDWRITTEN ACCOUNT OF THE DISASTER.
27th April 1912
RMS Carpathia Cunard SS Co. Ltd., At Sea April 27th, 1912 At 12.35 am (ship's time) April 15th (Monday), 1912, I was called by the 1st Officer in company with Marconi operator and informed that the White St...
New York Times
CAPTAIN ROSTRON, TITANIC RESCUER
6th November 1940
Raced Carpathia Through Icy Waters to Save 700 Persons---Dies in England at 71 --- WITH CUNARD 36 YEARS --- Commodore of Line, 1928-31, Commanded Mauretania and Berengaria During Career --- By Cable to The NE...
CAPTAIN SMITH AND BARZOI
Le Matin
CAPTAIN SMITH AND BARZOI
17th April 1912
CAPTAIN SMITH AND BOY ON BRIDGE
 
CAPTAIN SMITH AND BOY ON BRIDGE

A photograph taken on the bridge of the Kinfauns Castle of Captain D. Hoskins with the young Earl of MacDuff who was travelling with his father Prince Arthur of Connaught.  The picture is sometimes mistaken for being of Captain Smit...
CAPTAIN SMITH AND JACK PHILLIPS
 
CAPTAIN SMITH AND JACK PHILLIPS
1912
From an unidentified French paper...
CAPTAIN SMITH AND LAUNCH OF TITANIC
Unidentified Newspaper
CAPTAIN SMITH AND LAUNCH OF TITANIC
1912
From an unidentified French paper...
Daily Express
CAPTAIN SMITH AND SIGNOR MARCONI DUMMIES
27th April 1912
Madame Tussaud's Exhibition - Several additions to this exhibition have been made since Easter; and the management have made various alterations in the building. The Titanic disaster is recalled by Mr John Tussaud's model of Captain Smith, ...
CAPTAIN SMITH COMMITTED SUICIDE
L'Excelsior
CAPTAIN SMITH COMMITTED SUICIDE
20th April 1912
From L'Excelsior, 20 April 1912...
CAPTAIN SMITH ON BOARD THE MAJESTIC
 
CAPTAIN SMITH ON BOARD THE MAJESTIC
29th May 1903
CAPTAIN SMITH ON BRIDGE OF OLYMPIC OR TITANIC
 
CAPTAIN SMITH ON BRIDGE OF OLYMPIC OR TITANIC

CAPTAIN SMITH PLAQUE
 
CAPTAIN SMITH PLAQUE

Plaque erected to the memory of Captain Smith...
 
CAPTAIN SMITH WAS TUSSAUDS EXHIBIT

1919 Madame Tussaud & Sons Catalogue entry 27. Commander Edward J. Smith, R.N.R., born 1853. Commander Smith was Captain of the White Star liner ''Titanic'' which went down in the Atlantic on 14 April, 1912, during her maiden voyage t...
CAPTAIN SMITH WITH LORD PIRRIE OF HARLAND AND WOLFF
 
CAPTAIN SMITH WITH LORD PIRRIE OF HARLAND AND WOLFF
1912
CAPTAIN SMITH'S EXTRA MASTER CERTIFICATE
 
CAPTAIN SMITH'S EXTRA MASTER CERTIFICATE

CAPTAIN SMITH'S SIGNATURE
 
CAPTAIN SMITH'S SIGNATURE
18th February 1906
From an RMS Baltic menu....
 
CAPTAIN SMITHS GRANDCHILDREN

Priscilla Russell-Cooke Phipps and her twin brother Simon were born June 18, 1923 to Captain E. J. Smith's only child, Helen Melville Smith Russell-Cooke. Simon died in 1944 while serving in WWII having never married. Priscilla married in 1946 to a ...
CAPTAIN STANLEY LORD
 
CAPTAIN STANLEY LORD

CAPTAIN STANLEY LORD AND HIS WIFE IN THEIR CAR
 
CAPTAIN STANLEY LORD AND HIS WIFE IN THEIR CAR

Stanley Lord at the wheel of a car accompanied by his wife Mabel...
The Witney Gazette
CAPTAIN'S SUICIDE ON THE BRIDGE
20th April 1912
The latest news of the terrible disaster is published this (Friday) morning by The Daily Telegraph who, at 4.00 am, received the following telegram, containing a statement issued by a Committee of the Survivors:- We, the...
Brighton Argus
CAR BOOT BARGAIN HUNT FINDS TITANIC TREASURE
2nd April 2005
Jessica Mangold
Bravery Award...
CARD CASE
 
CARD CASE

Silver plated card case from the Titanic. The case was reputedly pilfered from the ship by a steward — a member of the delivery crew from Belfast — because of his disappointment at being transferred to the Olympic prior to the maid...
CARD WRITTEN BY JACK PHILLIPS
 
CARD WRITTEN BY JACK PHILLIPS
1911
Written just a few months before he joined the Titanic...
 
CARGO MANIFEST

List of commercial cargo carried aboard RMS Titanic...
CARL & SELMA ASPLUND
 
CARL & SELMA ASPLUND

Carl & Selma Asplund...
New York Times
CARLISLE, DESIGNER OF TITANIC, IS DEAD
6th March 1926
Member of Privy Council and Noted Engineer Stricken at 72 --- DISASTER BROKE HIS HEART --- Recently Visited Old Friend, Ex-Kaiser---Wanted “Merry Widow Waltz” Played at Funeral --- ...
Concord Journal
CAROLINE LAMSON BROWN
28th June 1928
The death of Mrs. John Murray Brown on Tuesday, June 26th, at the Emerson Hospital in Concord, removed from the scene a type of the handsome, accomplished woman who so well represented old New York in the late sixties and seventies of the last centur...
CARPATHIA AND THE TITANIC: RESCUE AT SEA
Titanic Review
CARPATHIA AND THE TITANIC: RESCUE AT SEA
23rd May 2012
Mike Poirier
Michael Poirier reviews one of the few books to focus on the Titanic's rescue ship, the RMS Carpathia....
 
CARPATHIA ARRIVES IN NEW YORK WITH TITANIC SURVIVORS
18th April 1912
CARPATHIA CREW MEDAL ON SALE
Bonhams
CARPATHIA CREW MEDAL ON SALE
21st September 2010
One of the bronze medals presented to the crew of RMS Carpathia, following their heroic rescue of 705 survivors of the stricken Titanic on April 15 1912, is to be sold at Bonhams as part of The Marine Sale on 28 September ...
 
CARPATHIA LEAVES SITE FOR NEW YORK
15th April 1912
CARPATHIA MEDAL
 
CARPATHIA MEDAL

Captain Rostron, the officers and crew of the Carpathia each received a medal in recognition of their efforts on the night of April 14th/15th 1912. ...
CARPATHIA MEDAL TO BE AUCTIONED
 
CARPATHIA MEDAL TO BE AUCTIONED
19th July 2012
Although the Titanic sank 100 years ago, demand for memorabilia from her shows little sign of abating......
CARPATHIA MENU
 
CARPATHIA MENU

Menu for the last dinner served to Titanic survivors on board Carpathia, April 18th, 1912...
New York Times
CARPATHIA SUNK; 5 OF CREW KILLED
20th July 1918
215 Saved from Cunard Liner, Which Is Sent Down Off the Coast of Ireland --- HIT BY THREE TORPEDOES --- Was Bound for an American Port to Take Some More Soldiers to the Other Side --- Copyight, 1918, by The N...
Worcester Evening Gazette
CARPATHIA'S CAPT. ALL WORN OUT
20th April 1912
Article...
CARVED OAK SECTION
 
CARVED OAK SECTION

Detail of carved oak section originally part of the handrail of Titanic's 1st class aft grand staircase. Found amid the floating debris by the Cable Steamer Minia....
New York Times
CAVENDISH CHILDREN ESCAPE
23rd April 1912
Henry Siegel Wanted to See Them, but They Stayed in England --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, April 22--- T. W. Cavendish, who was drowned in the Titanic, was a son of Charles Cavendish, who is a grandso...
Chicago Tribune
CELTIC PASSENGERS IN PANIC
21st April 1912
News of Titanic Disaster Spreads Despite Efforts of the Officers of Vessel New York, April 20--[Special]--The Celtic of the White Star line arrived in port today with the news that she had received the &qu...
 
CENSUS
1901
In 1901 Jane Richards (born at East Stonehouse) was aged 22 years and worked as Florist Assistant....
 
CENSUS (1)
1901
In 1901 William Angle (born at Stafford Newcastle Under Lyne) was aged 20 years. He worked as Minton Tile Fixer in Warwickshire....
 
CENSUS (10)
1901
In 1901 Mrs. Alice Louch (born in Hoxton, London) was aged 31 years. She lived in Clevedon, Somerset. She was a housewife....
 
CENSUS (12)
1901
Edward Parsons was living at 5 Eleanor Road, Litherland, Liverpool with his wife, Clara at the time of the 1901 census. At this date 3 of his 5 children had been born, their birthplaces were shown as Bootle. The children were - Charles...
 
CENSUS (13)
11th June 1900
in the 1900 census, Bess is living with her father Arville, mother Sarah and elder sister Mabel H. it says she was white, female, born in 1886 and was 13 years old, and she was at school....
 
CENSUS (14)
1901
In 1901 Susan Webber (born in North Tamerton, Cornwall) was aged 26 years. She lived in Clawton, Devon and worked as a Cook Domestic....
 
CENSUS (15)
1901
In 1901 Miss Ada Worth (born in Truro, Cornwall) was aged 22 years. She lived in St Mary's, Truro, Cornwall. ...
 
CENSUS (2)
1901
In 1901 William Turpin (born in Plymouth, Devon) was aged 18 years. He worked as a Carpenter in Plymouth. ...
 
CENSUS (3)
1901
In 1901 Miss Dorothy Wonnacott (born in Plymouth, Devon) was aged 15 years. She worked as a Stationers Shop Assistant in Plymouth....
 
CENSUS (4)
1901
In 1901 Benjamin Howard (born in Lancs Ashton Under Lyne) was aged 52 years.He worked as a Foreman Bolt Maker Rly Works in Swindon, Wiltshire....
 
CENSUS (5)
1901
In 1912 Peter Renouf (born at Guernsey St Sampsons) was aged 22 years and worked as a House Decorator. ...
 
CENSUS (6)
1901
In 1901 Shadrach Gale (born in Calstock, Cornwall) was aged 22 years. He worked as a Tin Miner in Calstock, Cornwall....
 
CENSUS (7)
1901
In 1901 Laurence Gavey (born in Vale Guernsey) was aged 14 years. He worked as an Apprentice Fitter in St Sampsons, Guernsey....
 
CENSUS (8)
1901
In 1901 Mrs Mary Hewlett (born in Gloster, Clifton) was aged 45 years. She was living on own means in Willesden, Middlessex....
 
CENSUS (9)
1901
Thomas Blake is shown aged 25 living in Woolwich, London. He was described as a ships fireman and stated as born in St. Austell, Cornwall. Reference to the 1881 census shows Thomas Blake aged 5, the son of Guy Blake (gardener) and Harriet. At...
 
CENSUS, NEWLYN, CORNWALL
1901
Robert Hichens, aged 19 is at home at St Peters Hill, Newlyn, Cornwall with his family. He is described as a fisherman. The family are listed as follows: Philip Hichens 45 Fisherman b. Newlyn Rebecca Hichens 39 b. Whitby, York...
CENTENARY OF RMS OLYMPIC'S LAUNCH
Belfast Titanic Society
CENTENARY OF RMS OLYMPIC'S LAUNCH
14th October 2010
BELFAST TITANIC SOCIETY COMMEMORATES CENTENARY OF RMS OLYMPIC’S LAUNCH The Belfast Titanic Society will mark 100 years since the launch of Titanic’s sister ship, RMS Olympic with a short ceremony on ...
Chicago Tribune
CHAMPION AT RACQUETS LOST.
18th April 1912
[BY CABLE TO THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE]   London, April 17---Among the Titanic’s passengers was Charles Williams, the professional racquet champion of the world who was on his way to New York to play Standing, t...
New York Times
CHANGE FATAL TO GUGGENHEIM
19th April 1912
Had Booked Passage on the Lusitania, Whose Sailing Was Canceled --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, April 18---A business friend of Benjamin Guggenheim says that had the Lusitania sailed as arranged on Apri...
New York Times
CHANGE IN COMMODORES
6th June 1911
Capt. Haddock to Head White Star Line at Increased Pay --- Capt. E. J. Smith, R. N. R., the Commodore of the White Star Line, who is to command the new mammoth liner Olympic, will retire at the end of the present year, it is understoo...
CHAPMAN GRAVE
 
CHAPMAN GRAVE

Bucks Free Press
CHARLES E. JUDD [BUCKINGHAMSHIRE TITANIC SURVIVOR]
26th April 1912
Fireman Judd was formerly on the Olympic but owing to that vessel being laid up, owing to the coal strike, he signed on for the Titanic....
New York Times
CHARLES G. ROEBLING, BRIDGE BUILDER., DIES
6th October 1918
Engineer and Philanthropist, Head of John A. Roebling's Sons Co. Expires in Trenton at 69 --- Charles Gustavus Roebling, millionaire philanthropist and engineer, who, with his brother, Washington Augustus Roebling, completed the constru...
CHARLES HAYS' PHOTO AND LETTERS AT THE CHATEAU LAURIER HOTEL, OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA
 
CHARLES HAYS' PHOTO AND LETTERS AT THE CHATEAU LAURIER HOTEL, OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA

 
CHARLES JOHN JOUGHIN, TITANIC'S CHIEF BAKER

Charles John Joughin, Titanic's chief baker was born in Patten Street, West Float, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England, on August 3, 1878, went to sea at age 11, later becoming chief baker on various White Star Line steamships. After s...
CHARLES JOUGHIN'S GRAVE
 
CHARLES JOUGHIN'S GRAVE

Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, New Jersey...
Paterson Morning Call
CHARLES JOUGHIN, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES IN HOSPITAL
10th December 1956
Charles Joughin, 78, who was chief baker and one of the survivors of the luxury liner Titanic which sunk [sic] on its maiden trip in April, 1912 in the Atlantic, died yesterday in the Barnert Memorial...
CHARLES LYDIATT
The Evening Telegram
CHARLES LYDIATT
16th April 1912
Steward on Board Titanic, and Brother of Sergeant Lydiatt of Toronto Police Force....
CHARLES M. HAYS - STUDIO PORTRAIT
 
CHARLES M. HAYS - STUDIO PORTRAIT

Titanic Crew Biography
CHARLES S. REED, 2ND CLASS BEDROOM STEWARD
10th December 2011
Peter Northover
New research reveals the identity of a Titanic steward....
CHARLES VALENTINE CLARKE AND HIS WIFE, ADA MARIA CLARKE
Daily Mirror
CHARLES VALENTINE CLARKE AND HIS WIFE, ADA MARIA CLARKE
19th April 1912
Photograph of the Clarkes...
Chicago Daily News
CHARLES WILLIAMS OBITUARY
29th October 1935
Williams—Charles Williams passed away Oct. 27, beloved husband of Lois Williams, fond father of Eugene, Ninian, John, Dorothy, Jean and Hilda. Funeral services Wed., Oct. 30th, at 2 pm, from residence, 5524 Lakewood av. Interment Rosehill ce...
CHARLOTTE CARDEZA NEWSPAPER PICTURE
 
CHARLOTTE CARDEZA NEWSPAPER PICTURE

Picture of Mrs. Cardeza...
CHELSEA PIERS
 
CHELSEA PIERS

The ship shown on this card is Luistania....
CHEQUEBOOK JOURNALISM
 
CHEQUEBOOK JOURNALISM
17th April 1912
A Marconigram sent to the Wireless Operator of the Olympic by a New York newspaper....
CHERUB RECOVERED FROM TITANIC'S DEBRIS FIELD
 
CHERUB RECOVERED FROM TITANIC'S DEBRIS FIELD

Pictured at a Titanic artefact exhibition...
Derbyshire Times
CHESTERFIELD VICTIM
1912
A young lady who has intimate relatives in Chesterfield was among the officers on the ill-fated Titanic. She is Miss Evelyn Marsden, and is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. G. Robinson, Ash Tree, Chesterfield. A nurse-stewardess in the first saloon, Miss Mars...
Chicago Evening Post
CHICAGO HEARS ECHO OF NEW TITANIC WOE
25th April 1912
French Miner From Iowa Arrives Here and Learns Wife and Children Were Lost With the Liner Sons Ignorant of Wreck Passengers at Union Station Take Up Collec...
 
CHICAGO TITANIC BULLETINS

BULLETINS Montreal, April 15—The local office of Horton Davidson, one of the Titanic passengers, has received the following wireless message: “All passengers are safe and Titanic taken in tow by ...
New York Times
CHICAGO'S GLAZERS ACCUSED ON PRICES
11th May 1940
Federal Indictments Charge Industry Joined in Fixing a Common Schedule --- UNION AS THE ENFORCER --- Fifth Action in Investigation of Building Trades Cites Seven Corporations --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES...
Chicago Inter Ocean
CHICAGOAN CREATES SCENE IN OFFICES OF THE WHITE STAR LINE
19th April 1912
Special Dispatch to the Inter Ocean New York, April 18—Late this afternoon John Gillespie of Chicago, accompanied by a friend, entered the offices of the White Star line. His voice rang through the big rooms as he demanded informati...
Chicago Record Herald
CHICAGOANS SAVED BY ASTOR
22nd April 1912
Mrs. Hippach and Daughter, at Home, Tell of Rescue From Titanic How Colonel John Jacob Astor saved the lives of Mrs. Ida S. Hippach and her daughter, Jean Hippach, when the Titanic was sinking was told w...
Chicago Daily Journal
CHICAGOANS SEEKING KIN

Oak Park Woman and Others Have Missing Relatives on the Sunken Titanic Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Kenyon of New York, who were listed among the passengers on the Titanic, are relatives of Chicago people and have many friends...
Chicago Tribune
CHILD FEARED LOST ON TITANIC REPORTED LIVING IN MICHIGAN
5th September 1940
Montreal, Que., Sept. 4 (AP)--A Montreal family was stirred today by the prospect that Lorraine Allison, long believed to have been drowned in the Titanic disaster of 1912, still is alive and residing in Berkley, Mich., as Mrs. Laurence K...
CHILDREN OF THE TITANIC AND THE TITANIC STICKER BOOK
Titanic Review
CHILDREN OF THE TITANIC AND THE TITANIC STICKER BOOK
11th June 2012
Randy Bryan Bigham
Randy Bryan Bigham reviews two new children’s titles that are both informative and entertaining...
New York Times
CHIMNEY BURGLARS ROB FEATHER STORE
18th October 1911
Drop Down to Rosenshine's Like Santa Claus and Not a Burglar Alarm Sounded --- CARRY OFF $3,000 IN GOODS --- Insurance Companies in Despair, as Doors, Windows, and Exits Were Wired to Catch Robbers --- The be...
 
CHINESE SAILORS ON THE TITANIC

Eight sailors from Hong Kong, boarded the Titanic together at Southampton......
CHRISTOPHER MILLS ID CARD
 
CHRISTOPHER MILLS ID CARD
1918
CHRONOLOGY –: SINKING OF S.S. TITANIC
Titanica!
CHRONOLOGY –: SINKING OF S.S. TITANIC
13th June 2009
David G. Brown
Newark Star
CHURCH HOLDS SERVICE FOR VICTIMS OF TITANIC
29th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 28--- Memorial services for Peter R. Renouf, Lawrence Garvey [sic] and Clifford and Ernest Jeffries, who lost their lives in the Titanic disaster, were held tonight at Grace Episcopal Church. The services were conducted by the Rev. D...
Worcester Telegram
CINCINNATI GETS MESSAGE
18th April 1912
Articles...
 
CITY'S UNSUNG TITANIC HERO
26th February 1987
Fred Leigh
Article Frederick Barrett...
Chicago Daily News
CLAIMED TO BE THE OLDEST SURVIVING MEMBER OF THE CREW OF THE TITANIC
2nd March 1965
Deaths Elsewhere Jacob Gibbons, 89, who claimed to be the oldest survivng member of the crew of the Titanic; an engine room worker who was one of the last to leave it when it sank; in Studla...
Washington Herald
CLAIMS MRS. GAGE SUFFERS PARANOIA
18th April 1912
Dr. William A. White Testifies Concerning Examination of Defendant in Insanity Case --- Dr. William A. White, Superintendent of the Government Hospital for the Insane, testified yesterday afternoon before Justice Barnard and a jury, giv...
Clare Journal
CLARE GIRL SAVED
22nd April 1912
A telegram received in Ennis on Friday states that the girl, Mary Glynn, who was a passenger by the Titanic has been saved. ...
New York Times
CLARENCE MOORE
16th April 1912
Washington Banker One of the Best-Known Sportsmen in America --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 15---Clarence Moore of 1,748 Massachusetts Avenue, a passenger on the Titanic, is one of the best-known s...
Washington Times
CLARENCE MOORE, WHO MAY HAVE LOST HIS LIFE, WELL KNOWN IN CAPITAL
16th April 1912
Clarence Moore, of Washington, whose name is included in the list of first-cabin passengers on the Titanic, left Washington March 16. He was particularly interested in seeing the Liverpool steeplechase races while abroad, and if he remained to see th...
CLASS AND GENDER IN SHAPING THE MEMORY OF THE TITANIC DISASTER SINCE 1912
Titanica!
CLASS AND GENDER IN SHAPING THE MEMORY OF THE TITANIC DISASTER SINCE 1912
30th October 2013
Joe Woolley
Joe Woolley explores how the way we see Titanic has been shaped in films such as A Night to Remember and Titanic......
New York Times
CLASSIFIED AD
20th April 1912
[Classification:]Personal *** Mr. Gustave Lesueur, from Titanic, is requested to communicate with the French Consulate, 35 South William Street. ...
CLASSIFIED IN DEATH : RECOVERING THE TITANIC'S DEAD
Titanica!
CLASSIFIED IN DEATH : RECOVERING THE TITANIC'S DEAD
31st March 2007
Brian J. Ticehurst
AFTER the Titanic sank in the early hours of the 15th April, 1912 the sea around the site was littered with the flotsam and jetsam of the liner. Among the broken decking, furniture and fittings were hundreds of bodies floating around. Eac...
CLEAN-SHAVEN MCQUILLAN, THE MYSTERY BLADE-DONOR?
 
CLEAN-SHAVEN MCQUILLAN, THE MYSTERY BLADE-DONOR?

Senan Molony
(William McQuillan, from a family photo)...
New York Times
CLEARS HOTEL MEN IN PALM BEACH FIRE
21st March 1925
Florida Commissioner After Inquiry Says That They Provided All Necessary Safeguards --- GUESTS’ LOSS $2,000,000 --- Thousands of Dollars in Scattered Belongings Reclaimed---First of Victims Arrive HERE --- Special to ...
New York Times
CLERICAL CARPENTER TO MARRY COL. ASTOR
9th September 1911
Rev. Mr. Straight of Providence, R. I., Pauses in Housebuilding to Undertake the Job --- VISITED BY ASTOR LAWYER --- All Arrangements Said to Have Been Made for a Ceremony at Newport---Colonel and Fiancee Sail ---...
Newark Evening News
CLINGING TO HOPE SON DIDN'T SAIL ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Although nothing has been heard from W. Hull Botsford, the member of the Orange Y. M. C. A., whose name appeared on the list of passengers on the Titanic, his parents have not given up hope. His father and mother live in Elmira. N. Y., and during th...
CLOSEUP OF CHARLES G. ROEBLING MONUMENT
 
CLOSEUP OF CHARLES G. ROEBLING MONUMENT

Memorial marker...
CLOSEUP OF MONUMENT FOR JAMES MCGOUGH GRAVE
 
CLOSEUP OF MONUMENT FOR JAMES MCGOUGH GRAVE

Grave of James McGough...
New York Times
CLUBMEN AND THEIR CLUBS
28th February 1904
[Note: This is extracted from a longer article about several prominent members of New York social clubs.] J. Bruce Ismay, who succeeds Charles [sic; should be "Clement"] A. Griscom as President of the International Mercantile Marine Co...
Milwaukee Journal
CLUE TO TITANIC SURVIVOR ROUSES KIN, FRIENDS HERE
6th September 1940
A possibility that Lorraine Allison, believed to have lost her life in the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, may be alive has stirred the interest of several Milwaukeeans who read an Associated Press item from Montreal, Que., in the Journal Thurs...
COAL STRIKE NEWS BILLBOARD
Pall Mall Gazette
COAL STRIKE NEWS BILLBOARD
23rd March 1912
Advert for the Pall Mall Gazette in March 1912, suggesting that miners are "blackmailing the nation" (with obvious pun intended) by failing to work pits in their demand for better pay. If the coal strike had continued a few days longer, the...
COBH MEMORIAL
 
COBH MEMORIAL

Memorial to all Irish emigrants at Cobh (formerly Queenstown), the memorial is accompanied by a plaque to those that lost their lives in the Titanic disaster. ...
COFFINS PREPARED FOR TITANIC VICTIMS
Daily Mirror
COFFINS PREPARED FOR TITANIC VICTIMS
May 1912
An undertaker about to leave for the scene of the disaster with coffins. ...
COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE
Washington Times
COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE
15th April 1912
COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE (1)
Washington Times
COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE (1)
19th April 1912
New York Times
COL. ASTOR AT NEWPORT
1st December 1908
Will Improve Beechwood, Where He and Mrs. Astor Will Live --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R. I., Nov. 30---Col. John Jacob Astor is contemplating extensive improvements to Beechwood, which has become his pro...
New York Times
COL. ASTOR IMPORTS A NEW BREED OF DOG
22nd September 1908
Animal, Which Society Is Expected to Take Up, Is a Cross Between a Bear and a Hound --- GROWLS AT CUSTOMS MEN --- Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont Praises Hammerstein's Productions---Duchess of Marlborough's Return Delayed --...
The New York Times
COL. ASTOR IN TENNIS MATCH
8th August 1911
His Fiancee, Miss Force, His Partner in Play at Newport Casino --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R.I., Aug. 7---Col. John Jacob Astor and his f...
New York Times
COL. ASTOR'S $300 RIDE
22nd May 1902
Paid the Owner of a Horse Which Was Frightened to Death by His Automobile --- Special to The New York Times --- POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., May 21---Henry Gormand of Rhinebeck received $300 from Col. John Jacob Astor the other da...
New York Times
COL. ASTOR'S FUNERAL
4th May 1912
Services at Rhlnebeck To-day, but Burial in Trinity Cemetery Here --- RHINEBECK May 3---The funeral service of Col. John Jacob Astor will be held to-morrow at noon in the Episcopal Church of the Messiah, of which he was Warden for sixte...
New York Times
COL. ASTOR'S WIFE SEEKS SEPARATION
27th October 1909
Lawyer Appointed Referee by Justice Mills to Take Testimony in the Case --- GREAT SECRECY ABOUT IT --- Suit Comes Nearly a Year After Mrs. William Astor's Death---Col. Astor Yachting with His Son --- Mrs. Ava...
Washington Times
COL. GRACIE TO BE MET IN NEW YORK BY HIS DAUGHTER
18th April 1912
Rescued Man Was Returning From Trip to Europe Taken In Search of Health --- Col. Archibald Gracie, whose rescue from the Titanic is indicated by all the lists of passengers saved, made the trip abroad on account of poor health, it is st...
New York Times
COL. JOHN JACOB ASTOR
16th April 1912
Wealthy Society Man and an Author and Inventor as Well --- Col. John Jacob Astor, the American head of the Astor family, has held a prominent place in the life of this city for many years. Not alone has he been a conspicuous club member...
COL. JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV
 
COL. JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV
1905
 ...
New York Times
COL. WILSON POTTER
13th June 1946
Big-Game Hunter Obtained Heads for Smithsonian Institution --- PHILADELPHIA, June 12 (AP)---Col. Wilson Potter, big-game hunter and University of Pennsylvania football star in 1906 and 1907, died last night at his home here after a long...
Voyage
COLLINGWOOD
28th November 2004
John P. Eaton
(Akties Collingwood) (Zernichow & O. Gotaas) Arrived at Belfast ( Musgrave Channel) 16 October 1908 from Bangkok via the Azores carrying a cargo of teak wood logs which in a finished sta...
COLOGNE TRAIN STATION
La Science et la Vie
COLOGNE TRAIN STATION
1915
Alfred Nourney left Cologne, Germany, from this train station...
The Times
COLONEL ASTOR'S WILL
27th July 1912
The will has now been proved in London of COLONEL JOHN JACOB ASTOR, of Fifth Avenue, New York, who died in the wreck of the Titanic, aged 47. The personal estate in the United Kingdom has been sworn for probate as of the net value of £90,...
The Times
COMMANDER C. H. LIGHTOLLER
9th December 1952
Commander C. H. Lightoller died at his home at Twickenham yesterday at the age of 78. He was for many years with the White Star Line and was second officer in the Titanic when on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic in 1912 she struck and iceb...
COMMANDER LIGHTOLLER
 
COMMANDER LIGHTOLLER
1935
From the frontispiece of his autobiography...
COMMANDER OF THE ILL FATED TITANIC
Washington Herald
COMMANDER OF THE ILL FATED TITANIC
17th April 1912
Capt. Smith was known for years as "The grand old man of the sea" and was probably one of the oldest and one of the most reliable mariners or ocean liners on the Atlantic....
Monmouth Daily Atlas
COMMON SAILORS HEROES OF TITANIC, SAY SURVIVORS
24th April 1912
Titanic Survivors Say Shrieks of Drowning Hundreds Most Awful Feature of Shipwreck. Saw Ship Slowly Sink After the Explosion of Boilers....
COMPELLING TITANIC THOUGHTS FROM THE ROCK
Titanic Review
COMPELLING TITANIC THOUGHTS FROM THE ROCK
29th September 2002
Gavin Murphy
It is often not an easy task, nor a popular enterprise, to be a revisionist of ocean liner history. Proof of this is found, for example, in Coli...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
COMPLAIN OF CONDITION OF BODY OF JOHN MARCH
8th May 1912
The body of John S. March, one of the five mail clerks of the steamship Titanic and father of Mrs. John A. Corwin, of 261 Stiles street, reached Newark yesterday from Halifax, Nova Scotia, and was taken charge of immediately by the undertaking firm o...
Shore Press
COMPTON CARRIED HEAVY INSURANCE
5th May 1912
Accident Policy For $29,000 Held by Lakewood Victim of the Titanic ---------- Besides the large personal estate in securities, variously estimated at between $110,000 and $200,000, left by Stephen W. Blackwell of Trenton, he als...
CONCERT BY THE APOLLO CLUB, BROOKLYN IN AID OF MUSICIANS' FAMILIES
 
CONCERT BY THE APOLLO CLUB, BROOKLYN IN AID OF MUSICIANS' FAMILIES
9th May 1912
This is a booklet presenting the concert given by the Apollo Club, in Brooklyn, on 9 May 1912, "in aid of the families of the musicians who perished by the sinking of the Titanic". This document was presented to us by the family of Roger Bricoux, cel...
 
CONTEMPORARY OBITUARY
1912
WAS born in Southampton forty-three years ago. He served his apprenticeship in the works of the London and South-Western Railway Co., and after other appointments sailed in vessels owned by the company as second engineer. Four years were spent with t...
 
CONTEMPORARY OBITUARY : HENRY WILDE
1912
THE appalling disaster to the Titanic has taken away, in the person of Lieut, H. T. Wilde, RNR, one of the most promising officers serving with the White Star Line. Lieut. Wilde, who was chief officer of the Titanic, commenced his sea career in the s...
CONTENTED COWS
BreederÂ’s Gazette
CONTENTED COWS
1891
This 1891 illustration from the Breeder’s Gazette shows how cattle were carried aboard the White Star freighters as truly contented cows....
 
COPY OF LETTER SENT BY MR. KNOWLES'S DAUGHTER
28th November 1973
Dear Cousin, What a pleasant surprise to receive your letter on November 22nd. I am Thomas Knowles's daughter. My father would have been 104 years old last May, therefore he would, I presume, be the ninth generation. I myse...
Cornishman
CORNISH LADY'S EXPERIENCE
16th May 1912
(courtesy of the Western Morning News) Mrs Stephen Ould (sic), of Sacamento, USA formerly of St Keverne, was in her room in the second cabin section, preparing to retire when the boat struck. "It felt as if something had tried to ...
 
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN HERBERT JUPE'S FATHER AND THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY, NOVA SCOTIA
19th July 1912
July 19th 1912 74 Bullar Road Bitterne Park Southampton Dear Sir, I have been informed by Mr. F. Blake, Superintendent Engineer of the White Star Lines, Trafalgar Chambers, Southampton, that the body...
COULD YOU MAKE IT TO EXTRA MASTER?
Titanica!
COULD YOU MAKE IT TO EXTRA MASTER?
28th February 2008
Dave Gittins
If I doubted my reckoning after a long time at sea I verified it by reading the clock aloft made by the Great Architect, and it was right. Captain Joshua Slocum, navigating by Lunar Distances. Sa...
COUNTESS OF ROTHES
New York Times
COUNTESS OF ROTHES
22nd April 1912
New York Times Photograph...
Atlantic City Daily Press
COUSIN OF CITY CLERK DONNELLY AMONG RESCUED
17th April 1912
Elmer Taylor, Paper Cup Manufacturer, Mrs. Thos. Potter, Mrs. Boulton Earnshaw (Olive Potter) and Miss Hayes Are Safe On Carpathia ---------- COTTAGE SECTION HERE IN FERMENT ---------- Many Atlantic City people ...
Rockford Register Gazette
COUSIN OF DR. O'LOUGHLIN
16th April 1912
Myron McSweeney of the Rockford Life Insurance Company office force was a near relative of Dr. W. F. N. O'Loughlin, chief surgeon of the Titanic.  Dr. O'Loughlin was the dean of the medical staff of the White Star Line.  As he...
CREESE FAMILY GRAVESTONE
 
CREESE FAMILY GRAVESTONE

Family Gravestone at Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon. The grave is that of Henry Creese's parents, Charles and Jane Creese....
New York Herald
CRIPPLES TO GREET TITANIC SURVIVOR
19th April 1912
Page 7 Dr. Frauenthal, the Founder of Joint Disease Hospital, To Be Welcomed by Sixty Patients. Sixty almost helpless cripples, twenty-six of them children, in the Hospital for Deformities and Joint Diseases, at No. 1,91...
New York Times
CRITICISE PASTOR WHO MARRIED ASTOR
11th September 1911
Bought to Do a Nasty Job, Says the Rev. Mr. Richmond, and Others Join Attack --- WEDDING CALLED AN OUTRAGE --- No Conscientious Minister Could Have Performed it, Say Congregational Official---Carpenter-Parson Not Paid...
Philadelphia Inquirer
CROLIUS
23rd April 1958
April 21, 1958. OLIVE POTTER, wife of the late Allen Crolius, of Alden Park Manor, services Wed., 1 P.M., Kirk & Nice, 6301 Germantown Ave. Interment private. In lieu of flowers kindly make contributions to American Cancer Society....
CROW'S NEST TELEPHONE KEY
 
CROW'S NEST TELEPHONE KEY

RMS Titanic: Second Officer David Blair OBE. Iron key with brass oval tag attached "Crows Nest Telephone Key". Research by Henry Aldridge and Son, and eminent Titanic historians has established that the key was either to the portable Grah...
CRYPT ENGRAVING FOR RENE HARRIS, FERNCLIFF MAUSOLEUM, HARTSDALE, N.Y.
 
CRYPT ENGRAVING FOR RENE HARRIS, FERNCLIFF MAUSOLEUM, HARTSDALE, N.Y.

crypt engraving...
New York Times
CUBA REFUSED HIS PEANUTS
7th August 1909
And as Baumann Lost Over the Deal He is Suing His Partner --- John D. Baumann, a jute and gum merchant at 120 Maiden Lane, is seeking damages in the Supreme Court against Salvador Comas on the charge of alleged conversion, the basis of ...
New York Times
CUNARD EMPLOYEES TO HONOR ROSTRON
3rd November 1930
Fleet Is Taking Up Subscription for Testimonial to the Retiring Commodore --- DIGGLE HIS SUCCESSOR --- Captain Edgar T. Brltten Will Command Berengaria When She Returns In February --- Officers of the Scythi...
The Sun (New York)
CUNARD REFUSES REWARD
11th May 1912
But Will Allow Capt. Rostron and Crew to Accept Gifts --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- The Cunard Steamship Company has refused to accept any remuneration for the rescue of passengers ...
CUP & SAUCER FROM TITANIC
 
CUP & SAUCER FROM TITANIC
1912
Spode Coplands Gold and cobalt blue, R4332...
New York Times
CUSTOMS MEN CALL LADY DUFF-GORDON
26th May 1911
After Arresting Manager of Her Shop on Charge of Undervaluing Imported Gowns --- WANT HER AS WITNESS --- Only Employe, Not President, of Lucile, Limited, Now, It is Said -...
 
CYCLE RIDE FOR TITANIC HERO.
18th July 1934
Family tradition has it that Thomas Wiliam Jones rode his bicycle through the Liverpool Mersey (Queensway) Tunnel before it was officially opened by King George V and Queen Mary!...
DAGMAR BRYHL
 
DAGMAR BRYHL

Rockford Daily Register Gazette
DAGMAR BRYHL TELLS OF TITANIC DISASTER
25th April 1912
Established 1840 - Twelve Pages (EXCLUSIVE AFTERNOON FRANCHISE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Young Woman Reaches Rockford Today, in Company of Her Uncle WOULD HAVE DIED HAD SHE REALIZED THAT SWEETHEART AND BROT...
DAISY IDA MINAHAN'S GRAVESTONE
 
DAISY IDA MINAHAN'S GRAVESTONE

Gravestone...
DAMAGE TO THE OLYMPIC FOLLOWING COLLISION WITH HMS HAWKE
 
DAMAGE TO THE OLYMPIC FOLLOWING COLLISION WITH HMS HAWKE
20th September 1911
DAMAGE TO THE OLYMPIC FOLLOWING COLLISION WITH HMS HAWKE (1)
 
DAMAGE TO THE OLYMPIC FOLLOWING COLLISION WITH HMS HAWKE (1)
20th September 1911
DANIEL BUCKLEY AS US INFANTRYMAN
 
DANIEL BUCKLEY AS US INFANTRYMAN

Titanic survivor Daniel Buckley in the uniform and puttees of the United States Army. Buckley fought and died in World War One, and is now buried in his home town of Ballydesmond, Co. Cork, Ireland. Titanic crewman Sid Daniels also fought i...
DANS LES ICEBERGS!
 
DANS LES ICEBERGS!

Postcard showing a four-funeller surrounded by icebergs...
 
DATE OF MARRIAGE
21st October 1909
Marriage...
Cambridge Independent Press
DAVID BARTON
19th April 1912
David Barton, a Wicken lad, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Barton, of Wicken, was on the Titanic, on his way to the United States. where he intended to settle, and it is feared he is one of those who have lost their lives. He should have left by anothe...
DAVID CHARTERS
 
DAVID CHARTERS
1909
Irish steerage passenger David Charters on a horse with a white star....
DAVID SARNOFF AT WORK
L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse
DAVID SARNOFF AT WORK
27th September 1956
This picture of wireless operator David Sarnoff was published in 1956 by 'L'Illustré", a weekly magazine from Switzerland. Sarnoff was among the first to receive Titanic's distress call and for 72 hours stood at his post at the top of Wanamaker in Ne...
Bucks Free Press
DAVIES : AN ECHO OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
19th April 1912
Mr Edgar J Davies, of Seer Green, was plaintiff in four actions. It was stated that plaintiff had gone to the United States of America on the Titanic, and had been drowned. Mr J Baily Gibson (Messrs Charsleys and Gibson, of Beaconsfield) appear...
 
DEATH CERTIFICATE
1913
COMUNE DI MONTALTO PAVESE PROVINCIA DI PAVIA UFFICIO DELLO STATO CIVILE ...
New York American
DEATH CLOSES CAREER OF LADY DUFF GORDON
22nd April 1935
Modiste Who "Dressed the Women of Three Generations" Once Had Shop in New York LONDON, April 21. - Lady Duff Gordon, for many years world celebrated as an arbiter of fashion, and a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic,...
Denver Post
DEATH ENDS PICTURESQUE CAREER OF MRS. J.J. BROWN
28th October 1932
JACK CARBERRY
Page 1 Life Story One of Accomplishment Adventure 'TITANIC' HEROINE IS VICTIM OF PARALYSIS (BY JACK CARBERRY) Mrs. Margaret Tobin Brown--Denver, and all the world knew her as "The Unsinkab...
San Francisco Examiner
DEATH HOVERING OVER DR. DODGE; END IS EXPECTED
29th June 1919
Page5, column 2 Former City Assessor Rapidly Sinking After Week's Fight for Life. Dr. Washington Dodge, banker and former Assessor of San Francisco, is dying in St. Francis Hospital, and cannot possibly live more than ...
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE
28th May 1912
Murdoch, William. Beloved Husband of Ada Murdoch, Belmont Road, Portswood. [Also Hampshire Independent 1st June 1912]...
Hampshire Independent
DEATH NOTICE (1)
11th May 1912
Tamlyn, Frederick Dearly Beloved Son of Alfred and Annie Tamlyn of 20 Upper Southampton Street. Aged 23. Deeply Mourned by His Father and Mother, Brothers and Sisters....
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE (10)
28th November 1957
RANGER---Leila Saks, on Nov. 27, beloved wife of Louis Ranger, loving mother of Jane Meyer Stern, grandmother of June Iseman and Faith Stern. Funeral private....
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE (11)
2nd May 1912
VAN DERHOEF---At sea, on steamship Titanic, on Monday, April 15, 1912, Wyckoff Van Derhoef, husband of Laura E. Van Derhoef. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at his late residence, 109 Joralemon St., Brooklyn Heights,...
DEATH NOTICE (12)
Haugesund Dagblad
DEATH NOTICE (12)
5th December 1962
Glas
DEATH NOTICE (13)
18th September 1971
"Umria nam je draga mama, sestra, stara mama in teta Manca Juvan Karunova mama iz Milj, do danes deina prezivela s Titanika Pogreb drage pokojnice bo v nedeljo, 19. septembra, ob 15. uri izpred hise zalost...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE (14)
9th May 1912
ISHAM---AT sea, on April 15, 1912, A. E. Isham, daughter of the late Edward Swift and Frances Burch Isham. Memorial services will be held in the Congregational Church, Manchester, Vt., on Sunday, May 12, at 11 o'clock....
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE (15)
5th May 1912
TAUSSIG---In memory of Emil Taussig, aged 53, lost at sea. Service will be held at his late residence, 777 West End Av., Sunday afternon, May 5, at 5 o'clock....
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE (16)
2nd May 1912
NICHOLSON---On Monday, April 15, 1912, Arthur Ernest Nicholson, at sea on the S. S. Titanic. Interment at Woodlawn, N. Y. Notice of funeral hereafter. London and Shanklin, Isle of Wight, papers please copy....
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE (17)
29th April 1912
Russell, Boysie Richard. Dearly beloved Eldest Son of Richard and Emily Russell, of the Anchor Hotel, Redbridge, In His 16th Year. [Also Hampshire Independent 4th May 1912]...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE (18)
9th May 1912
SMITH---James Clinch, lost on the Titanic, April 15. Memorial services will be held at St. James's Church, St. James, L. I., Saturday, May 11, at 3:30. Train leaves Pennsylvania Station at 1:25 P. M....
Inglewood Daily News
DEATH NOTICE (2)
28th July 1969
LITTLE, Karen M. of Inglewood Survived by husband Harry S. Little; sons Norman H. of La Palma and Francis C.Little of Buena Park; daughters Wanda M.Martin of Inglewood and Iris E. Roeder of Anaheim; sisters Lisa Sandness of Culver City, Bertha...
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE (3)
10th May 1912
Stagg, John Henry. Late of SS New York, Age 37, Dearly Beloved Husband of Beatrice Stagg, 66 Commercial Road, Deeply Mourned by His Sorrowing Wife and Daughter. Liverpool Papers Please Copy. [Also from Southern Daily Echo 11th, ...
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE (4)
30th April 1912
Creese, Henry Philip. Engineer. Dearly beloved Husband of Annie Creese, 2 Enfield Grove, Woolston. Deeply mourned by sorrowing Wife and Children. Belfast Papers please copy. [Same notice appeared in Hampshire Independent 4th May 1912]...
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE (5)
1st May 1912
Wyeth, James. Fireman, Aged 25, Beloved Husband of Isabella Annie Wyeth, of 14 Millbank Street, Northam. [Also appeared in the Hampshire Independent 4th May 1912 and Southampton Times 11th May 1912]...
Hampshire Independent
DEATH NOTICE (6)
11th May 1912
Hodge, Charles. Third Assistant Senior Engineer. Aged 28. Nephew of P and L. Darton, Chichester Road, Portsmouth....
Hampshire Independent
DEATH NOTICE (7)
4th May 1912
Jupe, Boylett, Herbert. (31). Dearly Beloved Son of Charles and Elizabeth Jupe, 74 Bullar Road, Bitterne Park....
The Times
DEATH NOTICE (8)
10th May 1941
Collett. - On May 6, 1941. Sidney Collett beloved husband of Ruth Collett passed peacefully away. Memorial service at Talbot Tabernacle. Bayswater. London. May 13 at 2.30. Interment Hendon Cemetery at 3.30. (Foreign papers, please copy)....
Hampshire Independent
DEATH NOTICE (9)
17th April 1915
In ever loving memory of Arthur (Archie), the dearly beloved and only son of Arthur and Margaret Barratt, . . . Aged 15 years. As we gaze at your picture that hangs on the wall, Your smile and your welcome we often recall. We miss you and mourn you i...
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE : EDWIN HENRY PETTY
6th May 1912
Petty, Edwin Henry. Only Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Petty, 255 Orchard Place. Aged 25. [Also in Hampshire Independent, 11th May 1912]...
Hampshire Independent
DEATH NOTICE : HARRY THORN
11th May 1912
Death notice of Titanic victim Harry Thorn...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF ALEXANDER HOLVERSON
4th May 1912
HOLVERSON---Suddenly, on April 15, 1912, at sea, Alexander O., beloved husband of Mary Aline Holverson, aged 42 years. Funeral services at the Chapel of the Stephen Merritt Burial and Cremation Co., 8th Av. and 19th St., on Saturday at 2 o'clock. I...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF BEN FOREMAN
21st April 1912
FOREMAN---Ben L. Foreman, eldest son of Henry W. and Rose Laventall Foreman, in his 31st year. Lost on steamship Titanic. Albany and Chicago papers please copy. ...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF CONSTANCE JULIE GRACIE
13th October 1903
DIED ... GRACIE---Constance Julie, in Paris, on June 7, aged 12 years, beloved daughter of Archibald Gracie and Constance Shack [sic] Gracie. Interment at Woodlawn on Wednesday, Oct. 14. Special car leaves Grand Central ...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF EDITH EVANS
21st April 1912
EVANS---At sea, on the Titanic, Edith Corse Evans, daughter of the late Cadwalader and Angeline B. C. Evans and granddaughter of the late Israel Corse. A memorial service will be held at Grace Church, Broadway and 10th St., on Monday morning ,April 2...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF FLORENCE ANDERSON'S FIRST HUSBAND
29th August 1916
DIED --- DAGGETT. On Aug. 27, 1916, Joseph Mory Daggett, after a short illness, in the 44th year of his age, beloved husband of Florence Daggett, nee Makley. Funeral private....
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF GEORGE ROSENSHINE
4th May 1912
ROSENSHINE---At sea, on April 15, 1912, steamer Titanic, George Rosenshine, beloved brother of Albert A. and Max Rosenshine and Mrs. Bertha Frank, in the 46th year of his age. Funeral services will be held at the Hotel Ansonia on Sunday morning, Ma...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF JOHN STUART WHITE
20th May 1897
DIED *** WHITE---Wednesday, May 19, John Stuart White, beloved husband of Ella Holmes White, and only son of the late William White. Funeral at the residence of his mother, Mrs. William White, 55 West 48th St., Friday mor...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF SANTE REGHINI
4th May 1912
REGHINI---At sea, April 15, on steamship Titanic, Sante Reghini, faithful and trusted servant in the employ of Mrs. J. Stuart White. Funeral at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Frederick Wagner, 265 89th Street, Brooklyn, Saturday, May 4, at 2 o'cl...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF TYRELL CAVENDISH
4th May 1912
CAVENDISH---At sea, on April 15, Tyrelll William Cavendish, only son of the late Charles T. Cavendish of Crakemarsh Hall, Uttoxeter, England, and son-in-law of Mr. Henry Siegel of New York. Funeral services private. "I will not leave the ship while...
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE OF WILLIAM A. SPENCER
8th May 1912
SPENCER---On Monday, April 15, at sea, William Augustus Spencer, son of the late Lorillard and Sarah J. G. Spencer. Memorial services to be held in the chantrv of Grace Church on Friday, May 10, at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Friends and relatives...
Hampshire Independent
DEATH NOTICE:
27th April 1912
Robertson, George Edward. 19, Dearly beloved Son of Thomas and Alice Roberton, of 36 Mount Street....
New York Times
DEATH NOTICE: ALLEN CROLIUS
5th May 1936
CROLIUS---At Germantown, Pa., May 3, 1936, Allen Potter, husband of Olive Potter Crolius, son of Martha S. Crolius of Flushing, L. I. Services Tuesday, May 5, at 4 P. M., St. Paul's Church, Chestnut Hill, Pa....
Hampshire Chronicle
DEATH NOTICE: ARTHUR WARD
27th April 1912
Ward. On the 15th April, on the SS Titanic Arthur (''Bobbie'') Ward, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ward, of Manor House, Romsey, aged 21....
Hampshire Independent
DEATH NOTICE: ARTHUR WARD (1)

Ward Arthur. Youngest son of Mr. & Mrs. A. Ward of Romsey, Aged 24. ...
The Times
DEATH NOTICE: BRUCE ISMAY
20th October 1937
ISMAY---On Oct. 17, 1937, at his residence, 15, Hill Street, Mayfair, BRUCE, husband of FLORENCE ISMAY. Funeral service St. Paul's Knitsbridge, 2.30 to-morrow (Thursday). Interment (private) Putney Vale Cemetery....
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE: EDGE, FREDERICK WILLIAM
27th May 1912
Dearly Beloved Husband of Kate Edge, of 28 Clovelly Road. Aged 39. Deeply Mourned by His Mother, Sisters and Brothers. [Also on 28th May 1912 and Hampshire Independent on 4th May 1912]...
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE: FANK PARSONS
29th April 1912
Parson, Frank, Alfred Aged 26, Dearly Loved Husband of Edith Parsons of 38 Bugle Street. [Also Hampshire Independent 4th May 1912]...
Hampshire Independent
DEATH NOTICE: FAY
4th May 1912
Fay, Thomas 'Hay' Dearly Beloved Husband of Frances Hay (sic), Aged 29 or 31 Standford Street, Chapel....
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE: HURST
27th April 1912
Hurst, Charles John. Dearly Beloved Husband of Louisa Hurst, 5 Laundry Road, Shirley Warren, Aged 40. [also the Hampshire Independent 27th April and 11th May 1912]....
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE: KEMP, THOMAS HULMAN
26th April 1912
Mrs. Thomas Kemp and Daughter Wish to Thank Their many friends for the Kind Expressions of Condolence and Sympathy in Their Sad Bereavement....
 
DEATH NOTICE: KEMP, THOMAS HULMAN (1)
23rd April 1912
Kemp, Thomas Hulman Engineer, SS Titanic. Only Son of the Late Capt. John & Mrs. Kemp, 5, Arthur Road, Shirley. [also Hampshire Independent 27th April 1912]...
 
DEATH NOTICE: KEMP, THOMAS HULMAN (2)
24th April 1912
Engineer, of SS Titanic, Dearly Beloved Husband of Kate Kemp, 11 Cedar Road. [also 25th, 26th, April 1912]...
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express
DEATH NOTICE: KIRBY & MCMULLEN
19th April 1913
In loving and honoured memory of our dear cousin THOMAS KIRBY also our dearest friend JACK McMULLEN who both laid down their lives at Duty's call on board the SS Titanic, April 15, 1912. Greatly missed but never forgotten by all of us at Sholi...
Southern Daily Echo
DEATH NOTICE: PARSONS
22nd April 1912
Parsons, Edward. Aged 37 years. Chief Storekeeper of the Titanic, and Dearly beloved Husband of Clarsia Parsons, 26, Roberts Road, Plymouth. Liverpool and London papers please copy. [Also Hampshire Independent 27th April 1912]...
DEATH OF A SEAMAN
 
DEATH OF A SEAMAN
22nd June 1912
Certified Extract Relating to the Supposed Death of a Seaman...
Torquay Times
DEATH OF AN ESTEEMED RESIDENT.
1st December 1922
Torquay has lost an old and respected inhabitant in the death of Mrs. Rebecca Parsons, of Bronshill Road. Originally of Torrington, she had for many years resided at Torquay and took a very active interest in the work of the United Methodist Church ...
St. Petersburg Times
DEATH OF ARTHUR OLSEN: WAS ON TITANIC
4th January 1975
St Petersburg,Florida,Survivors,Titanic,Olsen...
Antioch News
DEATH OF ELSBURY POSITIVE
2nd May 1912
Dispatch From the White Star Line Says That Elsbury is Not a Survivor ALL HOPE IS ABANDONED Gurnee Man on Titanic Not Among Survivors--Family Now Compelled to Give up Hope. The last hope of the James El...
Daily Sketch
DEATH OF LUCILE
22nd April 1935
Page 1 Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon, famous as "Lucile," the fashion expert whose articles in the Daily Sketch were for years a notable and most popular feature has died in Putney. Her husband Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon, Bt., died in April four y...
Hull Times
DEATH OF MR. ALGERNON BARKWORTH
7th January 1945
Mr. Algernon H. Barkworth a well- known figure in Hull and east Riding public life, died on Sunday at his home at Tranby House, Hessle, at the age of 80. For 35 years a member of the east Riding bench, Mr. Barkworth retired from the po...
News
DEATH OF MRS. M. DUTTON
1st March 1965
Mrs. Marjorie Dutton (61), a survivor of the Titanic disaster, has died at the Langdale Nursing Home, Gosport, after a long illness. With her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Collyer, Mrs. Dutton, then aged eight, was bound for America in ...
Tipperary Star
DEATH OF TITANIC SURVIVOR
20th November 1948
Mrs. Catherine Croke, Ballinntemple, Dundrum, whose death has occurred is believed to have been the last survivor in Ireland of the ill-fated Titanic. She was aged 21 at the time of the disaster and it was her first experience of being aboard a ship....
Eastbourne Gazette
DEATHS : WOODWARD
21st April 1912
April 14, J. Wesley Woodward, a member of the Titanic orchestra, and formerly 'cellist in the Eastbourne Municipal Band and the Duck of Devonshire's Eastbourne orchestra....
Steubenville Herald-Star
DEATHS AND FUNERALS : WILLIAM COUTTS
25th December 1957
Police said William L. Coutts, 55, of 561 S. Negley Ave., Pittsburgh, was found dead at 11.31 p.m., Tuesday, between two houses in the 100 block of S. Water Street. Coutt's body was discovered by Alfred Rhea of 155 S. Wter St., who told po...
Chicago Tribune
DEATHS ELSEWHERE
23rd December 1969
Deaths Elsewhere __________ Oscar R. Houston, 86, the principal counsel in the Titanic, Lusitania, Morro Castle, Normandie, and Andrea Doria sea disasters and the man who planned t...
 
DEEP INSIDE THE TITANIC PART 1

 
DEEP INSIDE THE TITANIC PART 2

 
DEEP INSIDE THE TITANIC PART 3

 
DEEP INSIDE THE TITANIC PART 4

 
DEEP INSIDE THE TITANIC PART 5

New York Times
DEFICIT IN HARRIS ESTATE
2nd July 1914
Theatrical Manager Left $365,443, but Had Large Debts --- Henry B. Harris, the theatrical manager who lost his life in the Titanic disaster of April 15, 1912, left a gross estate of $365,443, according to an appraisal filed yesterday in ...
Denver Times
DENVER MEN AND WOMEN AMONG TITANIC PASSENGERS
15th April 1912
Hugh R. Rood's name appears among those taken from the ship and a letter received by Mrs. Crawford Hill a few days ago from Mrs. Rood indicated that she, also, would be a passenger. Mrs. Rood was in London when she wrote Mrs. Hill. She...
 
DER ROSENKAVALIER
1912
One of the pieces that musicians on ships like the Titanic would be expected to know by heart....
Nottingham Daily Express
DERBYSHIRE VICTIM
22nd April 1912
Among the missing is George Henry Hickley, a Derby man, who was a steward on board the ill-fated liner. He was well known in the Rowditch district of the town, as he often visited his sister, Mrs. Knowles, wife of Mr. Knowles, of the Lonsdate Dairy,...
DESIGN FOR AMERICAN TITANIC MEMORIAL
 
DESIGN FOR AMERICAN TITANIC MEMORIAL

Rejected submission by Dana Gibson...
DETAIL OF TITANIC MEMORIAL IN GREECE
 
DETAIL OF TITANIC MEMORIAL IN GREECE
6th October 2005
The Titanic engraved on the white marble of the Greek memorial....
Berkshire Chronicle
DETAINED AT WASHINGTON
29th April 1912
Detained at Washington. Among those who were expected to have arrived home on the Lapland was Mr, Frederick Dent Ray, of 'Akbar' 56 palmer Park Avenue, Reading. Mr Ray, who was a steward on the Titanic, cabled home to his relatives informing them...
DETERIORATION OF THE RMS TITANIC
Titanica!
DETERIORATION OF THE RMS TITANIC
11th January 2008
Stephanie Clements
The RMS. Titanic has laid 2.5 miles below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean since her sinking, on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York on April 14, 1912. Many questions were raised on the state of the vessel condition and how sh...
Exeter Flying Post
DEVONIANS ON BOARD
20th April 1912
George Fox Hosking, 36, senior third engineer, eldest son of Captain Hosking, The Green, Shaldon, leaves a wife and three children....
Exeter Flying Post
DEVONIANS ON BOARD (1)
20th April 1912
Passengers: Plymouth: Mrs. Quick and two children (saved). ...
Exeter Flying Post
DEVONIANS ON BOARD (2)
20th April 1912
Walter Jarvis, 37, of Dartmouth, fireman....
Exeter Flying Post
DEVONIANS ON BOARD (3)
20th April 1912
Edward Parsons, chief storekeeper, son of Mrs. Parsons, Torquay, leaves a widow and five children....
Exeter Flying Post
DEVONIANS ON BOARD (4)
20th April 1912
F. Allsop (sic) 41, steward....
Exeter Flying Post
DEVONIANS ON BOARD (5)
20th April 1912
John P. Penrose, 49, steward....
Exeter Flying Post
DEVONIANS ON BOARD (5)
20th April 1912
C. Hodge, 28, senior assistant third engineer....
DIE DREILINDEN, ESTATE OF THE SPENCERS
 
DIE DREILINDEN, ESTATE OF THE SPENCERS

The Dreilinden estate in Lucerne, Switzerland, was the property of the Spencer family. Also known as the 'Villa Vicovaro, it now houses the City's School of Music (Conservatoire). Miss Elise Lurette used to stay at the Dreilinden when she was working...
DIE DREILINDEN, PROPERTY OF THE SPENCERS (1)
 
DIE DREILINDEN, PROPERTY OF THE SPENCERS (1)

The Gardeners' Cottage...
DIE DREILINDEN, PROPERTY OF THE SPENCERS (2)
 
DIE DREILINDEN, PROPERTY OF THE SPENCERS (2)

The Gardeners in the Park of the Villa...
DIE WOCHE (GERMANY), APRIL 20 1912
 
DIE WOCHE (GERMANY), APRIL 20 1912
20th April 1912
Titanic victims in a German weekly...
Philadelphia Inquirer
DIED : CARDEZA
2nd August 1939
CARDEZA. At her home, Washington Lane and Morton ST., Germantown. CHARLOTTE DRAKE MARTINEZ CARDEZA, daughter of the late Thomas and Matilda Drake. Services at Christ Church and St. Michael's, McCallum and Tulpehocken Sts., Thurs., 11 A.M. Int. privat...
New York Times
DIES IN SWIMMING POOL
4th February 1947
F. O. Spedden, Retired Banker Here, Stricken in Palm Beach --- Frederic O. Spedden of Tuxedo Park, N. Y., retired New York banker, died yesterday of a heart attack while in the swimming pool of the Bath Club in Palm Beach, Flori...
New York Times
DINE CAPT. ROSTRON ON THE MAURETANIA
4th April 1922
156 Guests of Sir Ashley Sparks Pay Tribute to Commander's War Aid --- HE PRAISES HIS VESSEL --- Is Fastest and Finest Merchant Ship Afloat, He Says--Many Captains Present --- One hundred and fifty-six guests...
DISCHARGE BOOK
 
DISCHARGE BOOK

Bath Steward Frank Herbert Morris' Discharge Book. A continuous record of the ships he worked on and his conduct....
 
DISCOVERY TSX: TITANIC PREVIEW

The Titanic finally arrives in New York City at the Discovery Times Square Exposition. Relive Titanic's fateful 1912 maiden voyage and take on the identity of a Titanic passenger as you explore magnificent reconstructions of the Ship's interior. Discover how the 'unsinkable' Ship met its fate and connect with the passengers and crew, as you view haunting personal artifacts recovered from the wreck....
New York Times
DISPUTE J. M. SMART'S WILL
4th February 1914
Many Claimants Now for Estate of Titanic Victim --- Surrogate Fowler reserved decision yesterday on the contested will of James Montgomery Smart, a victim of the Titanic disaster. The authenticity of the will which bears the date of Jul...
DIVING THE TITANIC
 
DIVING THE TITANIC

The MIR2 submersible is launched at the start of another dive to the Titanic, this time carrying Brigitte Saar on her trip of a lifetime.Read Brigitte's Titanic Scrapbook....
New York Times
DIVORCE GRANTED FORMER MRS. ASTOR
12th June 1938
Florida Judge Gives Decree on Ground That Fiermonte Was Extremely Cruel --- NO CONTEST BY EX-BOXER U. S. Woman Hurt in Crash of Auto in France Driven by Man Giving His Name --- WEST PALM BEACH, June 11 (AP)---The fo...
The World Evening Edition (New York)
DIXON TAKES THAYER'S PLACE
8th May 1912
The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to-day elected George D. Dixon, formerly freight traffic manager, a vice-president of the company in charge of traffic. Mr. Dixon fills a vacancy caused by the death of John B. Thayer,...
San Francisco Examiner
DOCTOR DODGE IS OPERATED ON; CONDITION SERIOUS
23rd June 1919
Page 13, column 7 Former Broker and Assessor Very Low After Attempted Suicide With Pistol Following an operation at the St. Francis Hospital yesterday, the condition of Dr. Washington Dodge, former banker and Assessor ...
Reading Observer
DODD
20th April 1912
Much sympathy is felt with Mr. Dodd, the meat inspector of Reading, whose brother, Mr. E. C. Dodd, was an assistant engineer on board. His name does not appear among the survivors. [Page 5]...
 
DODD FAMILY GRAVESTONE

George Charles Dodd lost in RMS Titanic 15th April 1912 aged 45 years. George Dodd died 16th Jan 1915 aged 77 years. Richard Firman Dodd lost in HMS Laurentic 28th Jan...
Unidentified Newspaper
DODGE
1st July 1919
In this city, June 30, 1919, Dr. Washington Dodge, beloved husband of Ruth Dodge, father of Henry W., Washington, Jr. and Vida Dodge, a native of California, aged 60 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral service at 10 o'clock Thursday morn...
New York Times
DOG SHOW OPENS TO-DAY
20th February 1900
With more than 2,000 canine candidates for blue ribbons to be judged, the annual bench show of the Westminster Kennel Club will begin in Madison Square Garden this morning at 9 o'clock and continue until Friday. The show this year will be the largest...
Northampton Mercury
DOMESTIC TRAGEDY AT SOUTHAMPTON
24th October 1902
The Southampton police have in custody a dock labourer named William Mintram on a charge of killing his wife.  The alleged crime took place on Saturday at midnight in Winton - street, a low quarter of the town where, it is said, Mintram an...
Chicago Tribune
DORIS DAY SLATED TO STAR IN 'MOLLY BROWN'
2nd March 1962
Hedda Hopper
LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD Doris Day Slated to Star in 'Molly Brown' Hollywood, March 1---Tammy Grimes' heart will be broken when she learns that Bob Wellman has bought &quo...
DOROTHY GIBSON (1)
 
DOROTHY GIBSON (1)
1911
Dorothy Gibson in a publicity picture at the time of the release of her film, "Miss Masquerader."...
DOROTHY GIBSON (1911)
 
DOROTHY GIBSON (1911)
1911
Dorothy Gibson in a 1911 promotional portrait...
DOROTHY GIBSON AS ILLUSTRATED BY HARRISON FISHER
 
DOROTHY GIBSON AS ILLUSTRATED BY HARRISON FISHER
1910
Classic illustration of Titanic survivor Dorothy Gibson by Harrison Fisher...
DOROTHY GIBSON IN 'HANDS ACROSS THE SEA'
 
DOROTHY GIBSON IN 'HANDS ACROSS THE SEA'
1911
A scene from "Hands Across the Sea," produced by Éclair-America, the company’s debut film and Dorothy Gibson’s first starring role. She actually took several parts in this movie, which was an historical tableau enacting events of the American Revolut...
DOROTHY GIBSON IN 'THE EASTER BONNET'
 
DOROTHY GIBSON IN 'THE EASTER BONNET'
1912
Dorothy Gibson in the Éclair comedy "The Easter Bonnet" (1912) in which she plays a milliner accused of the theft of one of her customer’s hats. Dorothy co-starred with Muriel Ostriche, Lamar Johnstone and Julia Stuart (shown with her in the scene ab...
DOROTHY GIBSON IN 1913
 
DOROTHY GIBSON IN 1913
1913
Dorothy in 1913, the year her affair with Jules Brulatour was exposed in the press...
DOROTHY GIBSON IN THE LUCKY HOLDUP
 
DOROTHY GIBSON IN THE LUCKY HOLDUP
1912
Dorothy Gibson in the Éclair gangster comedy "The Lucky Holdup" (1912) in which she stars opposite Lamar Johnstone, her regular leading man. Archived at the Library of Congress, it is the only one of Dorothy Gibson’s films known to exist. "The Lucky ...
 
DOROTHY GIBSON: STAR STYLE
31st January 1913
Model and actress Dorothy Gibson and her mother, Pauline C. Gibson, filed suit against the White Star Line for recovery of property they lost on Titanic. Their damage claims were fairly modest, compared to other female petitioners, amounting to $2,38...
DOUGLAS MAUSOLEUM
 
DOUGLAS MAUSOLEUM

Douglas Mausoleum...
DOWN WITH THE OLD CANOE
 
DOWN WITH THE OLD CANOE
25th January 1938
Dorsey Murdock Dixon (14 October 1897 - 17 April 1968) - Guitar, Vocals Howard Dixon (19 June 1903 - 24 March 1961) - Steel Guitar Dorsey Dixon and his younger brother Howard were born in the South Carolina mill town of Darli...
DOWNSHIRE HOUSE
 
DOWNSHIRE HOUSE

This is the house where in the summer of 1907, the Olympic & Titanic were conceived by Lord William Pirrie and J. Bruce Ismay....
New York Times
DR. ALEXANDER H. RICE GETS WIFE'S MILLIONS
17th August 1937
Will of Former Eleanor Elkins Leaves All to Two Children After His Death --- NEWPORT, R. I, Aug. 16 (AP)--The will of Eleanor Elkins Rice, leaving an estate estimated variously at from $5,000,000 to $50,000,000, was filed today in Proba...
New York Times
DR. CHARLES D. EASTON DIES AFTER OPERATION
5th October 1934
Physician Here and in Newport, of Distinguished Ancestry, Had Served in the War Dr. Charles D. Easton of 510 Park Avenue, who had practiced medicine in Newport, R.I., for many years and in this city since the Armistice, died yesterday ...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE AND FAMILY MAY HAVE MISSED TITANIC
16th April 1912
Page 2 [Photo] Assessor Washington Dodge, Mrs. Washington Dodge Relatives of Assessor Received Word That He Would Stop Over in Paris Shortly before 2 o'clock this morning the "Chronicle" was notified by...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE AND HIS FAMILY ARE SAFE
18th April 1912
Page 1 Assessor Sends Two Messages From Carpathia to His Son Here-- Mayor Wires Reply Relieving the deep anxiety of his relatives and thousands of friends in this city, Dr. Washington Dodge, Assessor of San Francisco, ...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
22nd June 1919
Page 1, column 3, continued page 2, column 2 EX-ASSESSOR FIRES BULLET THROUGH HEAD Little Hope for His Recovery From Wound Inflicted in Garage Basement ILLNESS BELIEVED CAUSE Long Promine...
San Francisco Call & Post
DR. DODGE DIES AS RESULT OF WOUNDS
30th June 1919
Page 2, column 2 [Photo] Dr. Washington Dodge, former banker, supervisor, library trustee and assessor of San Francisco, died at 9:25 o'clock this morning at the St. Francis Hospital from a bullet wound self-inflicted a ...
San Francisco Examiner
DR. DODGE DIES FROM WOUNDS HE INFLICTED
1st July 1919
Page 8, column 1 Former Banker, Assessor and Supervisor Succumbs Nine Days After Attempt at Suicide Funeral Service Will Be Held on Thursday Morning: Bishop Nichols Will Be in Charge Dr. Washington Dodg...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE DYING, IS REPORT
28th June 1919
Page 1, column 4 Dr. Washington Dodge, banker, former county Assessor and former Supervisor, who shot himself in the head Saturday night, is dying at the St. Francis Hospital, according to reports from his bedside today. Si...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE GIVES STORY OF RESCUE
20th April 1912
Several Boats Lowered Only Half Filled; "Tumbled In" When Told to. By Dr. Washington Dodge NEW YORK, April 20.-At 10 p.m. Sunday while my wife and I went out for a stroll along the Titanic's promenade deck we found the...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE IN CRITICAL STATE
23rd June 1919
Page 11, column 7 Operation at St. Francis Hospital Shows Recovery to Be Doubtful Dr. Washington Dodge, who attempted suicide on Saturday night, was in a critical condition at the St. Francis Hospital yesterday. ...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE MAY NOT RECOVER FROM WOUND
24th June 1919
Page 14, columns 3-4 Dr. Washington Dodge, who attempted suicide Saturday by shooting, is in a critical condition at the St. Francis hospital with little hope of recovery, according to Dr. John Gallwey, who is attending him. ...
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. DODGE MAY RECOVER: HAD BEEN GUARDED
24th June 1919
Page 3, column 4 Attending Physician Says Financier Who Shot Self Might Live Dr. Washington Dodge, who shot himself Saturday afternoon, is still in a critical condition at St. Francis Hospital, but now has a small chan...
San Francisco Call & Post
DR. DODGE SHOOTS SELF; MAY DIE
23rd June 1919
Page 2, column 8 Dr. Washington Dodge's condition was declared today to be still serious as a result of his attempt to end his life Saturday night when he shot himself through the head. While the bullet wound was comparatively insigni...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE STILL IN SERIOUS CONDITION
23rd June 1919
Page 4, column 3 Dr. Washington Dodge, who attempted suicide on Saturday night, is still in a critical condition at the St. Francis Hospital. Dr. John Gallwey, who performed the operation, said that the bullet wound was com...
San Francisco Examiner
DR. DODGE'S FATE IS STILL IN DOUBT
24th June 1919
Page 16, column 8 "Fairly satisfactory," was the announcement made yesterday by Dr. John Gallwey touching the condition of Dr. Washington Dodge, who attempted last Saturday to end his life by shooting himself in the head. D...
Louisville Courier-Journal, Louisville KY
DR. ERNEST MORAWECK NOW COUNTED AMONG THE DEAD
1912
F. Leingruber, manager of Dr. Moraweck's farm near Brandenburg yesterday gave up all hope for the safety of the former Louisville man who was a passenger aboard the Titanic and who is reported as missing. Mr. and Mrs. Leingruber learned through a mut...
New York Times
DR. O'LOUGHLIN MEMORIAL
6th February 1914
New Hospital Emergency Ward to Bear Name of Titanic's Surgeon --- An emergency ward in St. Vincent's Hospital containing seventeen beds, with a treatment room adjoining, will be dedicated on Feb. 16 to the memory of Dr. W. F. ...
New York Times
DR. RICE, IN WILDS OF BRAZIL, IN TOUCH BY RADIO WITH HIS FRIENDS IN NEW YORK EVERY NIGHT
16th December 1924
Deep in the wilds of Brazil, Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, surgeon and explorer, is encamped on the Rio Brancho in Manaos, studying tropical diseases. New York, although long ago over its uneasiness for the safety of the Rice party which arose late la...
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE
15th April 1912
San Francisco Chronicle
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE DIES AT LOCAL HOSPITAL
1st July 1919
Section 2, page 13, columns 7-8 [Photo] Gunshot Wound, Inflicted in Attempt to Kill Himself June 21, Causes Death RELATIVES AT BEDSIDE Financier and Ex-Assessor Unconscious for 3 Days Befo...
San Francisco Examiner
DR. WASHINGTON DODGE TRIES SUICIDE; MAY DIE
22nd June 1919
Page 1, column 1, continued page 6, column 4 [Photo] Mind of S.F. Leader Fails; Shoots Self Former Assessor Uses Revolver in Garage at Home; Found by Wife; Taken to Hospital Suit Brought i...
Chicago Evening Post
DREAD OF LIFEBOATS BY PASSENGERS TOLD
23rd April 1912
DREAD OF LIFEBOATS BY PASSENGERS TOLD Nephew of E. N. Kimball of Chicago Pictures Fear of Seventy-Five Foot Drop From the Titanic Trusted To Safety on Ship...
New York Times
DRESSMAKERS' QUICK FLIGHT
17th February 1912
Patrons, Too, Leave Without Ceremony When Fire Threatens --- A small but spectacular fire at 19 and 21 West Thirty-sixth Street shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon caused considerable excitement on Fifth Avenue among...
Unidentified Newspaper
DRISCOLL
21st February 1968
In Victoria on Monday Feb. 19, 1968, Mrs. Mabel Fortune Driscoll, of 1630 York Place. She had been a resident of Victoria for some years. She leaves a son, Robert F. Driscoll, of Islington, Ontario. Rev. Dr. J.L.W. McLean will conduct the funeral ser...
Chicago American
DROPPED DEAD AFTER READING ABOUT TITANIC
22nd April 1912
After reading the story of the survivors of the Titanic disaster John J. Keep of 875 Belmont avenue, Brooklyn, dropped dead.   ...
Newark Star
DRUNKEN INDIAN IN PASSENGER'S HOME
19th April 1912
Former Employee Sleeps in Bed of Doctor Who Sailed on Titanic --- MIDDLETOWN, N. Y., April 18---While the friends of William C. Dulles of Philadelphia, who has a summer home at Goshen, a passenger on the lost Titanic, were awaiting with...
Washington Times
DUE TO CARELESSNESS, SURVIVOR DECLARES
19th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 19---C. H. Stengle, one of the first passengers off the vessel, said that the collision of the Titanic with the iceberg was the result of "criminal carelessness." "The ship was going 22 knots an hour when she struck," h...
DUKE OF ALBANY
Voyage
DUKE OF ALBANY
31st October 2004
John P. Eaton
(F. Kemp & Company) The center anchor of the Titanic weighs 15 ½ tons and was fabricated by Messrs. N. Hingley & Sons, Ltd. Of Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire. Typical of the manner by which the m...
Chicago Tribune
DULUTH WOMAN TELLS STORY
21st April 1912
. . . Miss Constance Willard of Duluth, Minn., who left the Titanic twenty minutes before the vessel sank, arrived in Chicago during the day over the Lake Shore limited. "One subject talked of after we were on board the Carpathi...
 
E. J. SMITH, COPTIC AGROUND AND RIO---TWO OUT OF THREE AIN'T BAD?

Mark Baber
E. J. Smith, Coptic Aground and Rio---Two out of three ain’t bad? There are several standard White Star history volumes which associate E. J. Smith, co...
Washington Herald
E. N. KIMBALL SAVED
19th April 1912
Boston, April 18---A wireless message was received at the Hall & Kimball Piano Company here saying that Edwin Nelson Kimball, jr., president of the company, had been saved and is aboard the Carpathia....
E. N. KIMBALL---LOST ON TITANIC
Brooklyn Daily Times
E. N. KIMBALL---LOST ON TITANIC
18th April 1912
E.J.W. ROGERS, EAST HAM ECHO, 26TH APRIL 1912
 
E.J.W. ROGERS, EAST HAM ECHO, 26TH APRIL 1912
1912
Toronto Daily Star
E.Z. TAYLOR'S ACCOUNT
18th April 1912
E.Z. Taylor jumps into the sea...
New York Times
EASTON [DEATH NOTICE]
6th October 1934
Suddenly, at the New York Hospital, on Thursday, Oct. 4, in the fifty-ninth year of his age, Dr. Charles Daniel Easton, dearly beloved husband of Margaret Hays Easton, father of Polly and Peggy Easton, son of the late Daniel C. and Florence Leach Eas...
The Times
ECHO OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
10th February 1914
Action in the French courts Nice, February 9th (1914). An action against the White Star Line arising out of the loss of the Titanic began today before the Civil Court here. The Plaintiff, Mme Navr...
Western Morning News
EDGAR & FRED GILES, PORTHLEVEN
17th April 1912
Edgar Giles, aged 20, his brother Fred, aged 22, well behaved young men, had been in the employ of Mr. Wells, of the posting establishment, Porthleven. Both sailed in the Titanic, going to join another brother at Camden. The father has been unable ...
1911 Census
EDITH AND TREASTEALL PEACOCK IN THE 1911 CENSUS
2nd April 1911
  Here is the 1911 census for Edith and her daughter, Treasteall. They were living in a four room house at 17 Orchard Place, Southampton.   Name: Trea...
Women's Wear Daily
EDITH L. ROSENBAUM
18th April 1912
New York - Edith L. Rosenbaum - It was previously reported that Miss Rosenbaum, representative buyer for a number of New York firms and Paris correspondent of "Women's Wear," was among the survivors of the "Titanic" disaster. This morning the followi...
 
EDITH LOUISE ROSENBAUM RUSSELL (1879-1975)

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on 12 June 1879, the fashion writer, consultant, importer, buyer and stylist Edith Louise Rosenbaum began her career abroad as a saleswoman in 1908 for the Maison Cheruit in the Place Vendome in Paris. Later she wrote for th...
EDITH ROSENBAUM IN 1910
 
EDITH ROSENBAUM IN 1910

portrait...
EDITH ROSENBAUM RUSSELL FROM A PORTRAIT BY ARNOLD GENTHE
 
EDITH ROSENBAUM RUSSELL FROM A PORTRAIT BY ARNOLD GENTHE
1920
EDITH ROSENBAUM WITH HER LUCKY PIG, PHOTOGRAPHED SHORTLY AFTER HER RESCUE FROM TITANIC
 
EDITH ROSENBAUM WITH HER LUCKY PIG, PHOTOGRAPHED SHORTLY AFTER HER RESCUE FROM TITANIC
1912
1912 photograph of Titanic survivor Edith Russell picture holding her lucky pig...
EDITH RUSSELL HOLDING HER LUCKY PIG
Libération
EDITH RUSSELL HOLDING HER LUCKY PIG
18th April 1958
From 'Libération', 18 April 1958...
EDITH RUSSELL IN 1934
Oshkosh Northwestern
EDITH RUSSELL IN 1934
December 1934
Photo...
New York Times
EDITH RUSSELL OBITUARY
6th May 1975
Edith Russell, Writer, 98, Dead; Fled Titanic with Lucky Toy Pig...
EDITH RUSSELL ON THE SET OF 'A NIGHT TO REMEMBER'
 
EDITH RUSSELL ON THE SET OF 'A NIGHT TO REMEMBER'
1957
 
EDITH RUSSELL'S PARIS BROTHEL

How a Titanic survivor nearly bought a house of ill-repute!...
EDITH RUSSELL, HER LUCKY TOY PIG AND HER TITANIC DRESS
 
EDITH RUSSELL, HER LUCKY TOY PIG AND HER TITANIC DRESS
1953
Titanic survivor Edith Russell pictured with her Titanic dress and her lucky pig...
The World Evening Edition (New York)
EDITOR WHO FLAYED ISMAY RESIGNS HIS SEAT IN PARLIAMENT
17th May 1912
Bottomley, "Stormy Petrel of English Politics," Quits Because of Business Troubles --- LONDON, May 17---Horatio W. Bottomley, M. P., financier, company promoter, magazine publisher and politician, resig...
EDMUND STONE
 
EDMUND STONE

Photograph of Titanic victim Edmund Stone...
EDWARD A. KENT
 
EDWARD A. KENT

Photographic portrat of Titanic victim Edward A. Kent...
EDWARD BAGLEY, BARKING CHRONICLE, 26TH APRIL 1912
 
EDWARD BAGLEY, BARKING CHRONICLE, 26TH APRIL 1912
1912
 
EDWARD DODD

The William Salt Library, Stafford Dodd, Edward C. Son of Mr. Dodd former electrical engineer and contractor of Crewe. Formerly in Crewe railway Works, was 3rd engineer on the Titanic....
Bureau County Republican
EDWARD DORKING, SHIP WRECK SURVIVOR, APPEARS AT STAR THEATRE
2nd May 1912
PICKED UP BY THE CARPATHIA Young Englishman Relates Experiences in Greatest Maritime disaster in World's History. Seven hundred persons, who packed the Star theatre to its capacity at three performances Tuesday night, ...
EDWARD GIFFORD CROSBY
Chicago Tribune
EDWARD GIFFORD CROSBY
17th April 1912
The Times
EDWARD HARLAND BECOMES A BARONET
25th July 1885
From the LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, July 24 WHITEHALL, JULY 23 The Queen has been pleased to direct Letters Patent to be passed under the Great Seal granting the dignity of a Baronet...
 
EDWARD HARRIS, PANTRYMAN

Edward Harris was the 4th son of Thomas Harris, a part-time prison warder who lived at 13, Greenhill Avenue, Winchester. After leaving school Edward worked for several years at the town's railway station. His employers were S...
 
EDWARD HENRY BAGLEY (RESEARCH ABOUT HIS LIFE)
2003
Edward Henry Bagley was born to Edward Bagley and his wife Lucy Bagley (nee Longhurst) on the 4th March 1879. The family lived at 17 Wightman Street, Plaistow, London. His father worked as a labourer at a soap works, and by the time of the boy's bapt...
 
EDWARD JAMES WILLIAM ROGERS (FAMILY RESEARCH)
2003
Edward James William Rogers was born on 9th September 1880, to Robert James Rogers and his wife Priscilla Susan (nee Bagley). His father was a bricklayer and the family lived at 3 Robert Street, North Woolwich. Edward JW was baptized on 3rd November ...
EDWARD JOHN SMITH WITH DOG
 
EDWARD JOHN SMITH WITH DOG
1912
New York Times
EDWARD MAYER IS DEAD
11th June 1955
World War I Air Veteran Had Been Investment Broker --- Special to The New York Times --- SCRANTON, Pa., June 10---Edward B. Mayer of Dalton, a veteran of World War I and a retired New York investment broker, died today in ...
Daily Mining Gazette
EDWARDS FUNERAL MONDAY
6th August 1933
Page 3 Funeral services for the late Mrs. Agnes Edwards will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 in the Hancock M.E. church, the Rev. Closson officiating. Burial will be in Lake View Cemetery, Calumet....
ELINOR GLIN ON HER SISTER LADY DUFF GORDON'S TITANIC ORDEAL
 
ELINOR GLIN ON HER SISTER LADY DUFF GORDON'S TITANIC ORDEAL

One of a series of pages illustrating a detailed article by Elinor Glin, one of the "It" Girls, relating to the Titanic ordeal and the experiences and attitudes of those it involved. Elinor's sister, Lady Duff Gordon, was prominently saved with...
ELINOR GLYN, SISTER OF LUCY DUFF GORDON
 
ELINOR GLYN, SISTER OF LUCY DUFF GORDON
1902
Newark Star
ELIZABETH GIVES AID TO TITANIC WRECK VICTIMS
25th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 24---Mayor Stein has so far collected $72 for the relief of the sufferers of the Titanic disaster. He is receiving contributions as a member of the committee of nine Mayors appointed by Governor Wilson. Hawthorne Lodge...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (2)
16th April 1912
[Links to the earlier parts of this article can be found on the summary pages for the members of the Renouf/Jefferys family and the Carter family.] Among those who visited the White Star steamship offices in New York to-day in an endea...
New York Times
ELKS' TRIBUTE TO HARRIS
22nd April 1912
New York Lodge Holds Special Service for Departed Brother --- Special funeral services in memory of Henry B. Harris, theatrical manager, who lost his life on the Titanic, were held last night in the headquarters of New York Lodge No. 1,...
ELLEN 'NELLIE' WALLCROFT
 
ELLEN 'NELLIE' WALLCROFT

Photograph of Titanic survivor Nellie Wallcroft in nurse's uniform probably during World War One. ...
New York Times
ELMER ZELBY [SIC] TAYLOR
23rd May 1949
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- EAST ORANGE, N. J., May 22---Elmer Zelby [sic; should be "Zebley"] Taylor, a pioneer in the paper container industry and a consulting engineer for the Continental Can Company, Inc., of New York, died he...
 
ELSIE BOWERMAN PLAQUE

Helena Wojtczak
The author managed to persuade Hastings Borough Council to erect a plaque to survivor Elsie Bowerman at 23 Silchester Road, St Leonards-on-Sea in November 2005....
EMILY RICHARDS AND SONS
Daily Graphic
EMILY RICHARDS AND SONS
4th May 1912
Emily Richards and the two sons who were with her on the Titanic....
EMILY RYERSON AND FORSYTHE SHERFESEE
 
EMILY RYERSON AND FORSYTHE SHERFESEE

New York Times
EMILY RYERSON CLARKE SUES FOR DIVORCE
3rd June 1932
RENO, Nev., June 2 *** Mrs. Emily Borlie Clarke brought suit for divorce on ground of cruelty against George Hyde Clarke, to whom she was married at Cooperstown, N. Y., on Oct. 23, 1915. Agreement has been made regarding custoday of the...
EMMA BLISS' GRAVE
 
EMMA BLISS' GRAVE

Emma Bliss' grave...
EMMA BUCKNELL
Daily Northwestern
EMMA BUCKNELL

portrait...
Newark Evening News
ENGINEER HAS SISTER HERE
16th April 1912
Jonathan Shepherd, third assistant engineer on the Titanic, who is believed to have gone down with the ship, is a brother of Miss Frances Shepherd, of 10 South Twelfth street. He was formerly on the Olympic, but was transferred to the...
ENGINEERS' MEMORIAL
 
ENGINEERS' MEMORIAL

The Engineers Memorial which was unveiled at Andrews Park, Southampton on 22nd April 1914...
EPITAPH FOR MAJOR BUTT
 
EPITAPH FOR MAJOR BUTT

Plaque at the base of cenotaph...
Titanica!
ERNEST GILL IN AUSTRALIA
29th July 2009
Senan Molony
Judiciously, Ernest Gill journeyed to Australia. The former Californian crewman, a profiteer from the Titanic disaster, plied his seafaring trade Down Under in years thereafter. A do...
 
ERNEST WALDRON KING FAMILY INFO

I believe E. W. King's father, Thomas Waldron King, was my great-great-grandfather John King's brother, and that their parents were Thomas King, who was a Church of Ireland scripture reader in Selerna, County Galway, and Elizabeth. Here's ...
Chicago Examiner
ERVIN LEWY : BROTHER AWAITS NEWS
16th April 1912
Ervin G. Lewy, 5628 South Park avenue, is treasurer of the firm of Lewy Brothers, jewelers, State and Adams streets.  No dispatches have been received by Mr. Lewy's relatives late last night to indicate whether he was among those who lost the...
Daily Telegraph
ESTATE OF HERBERT JOHN PITMAN
9th April 1962
Mr Herbert John Pitman, of Pitcombe, Somerset, retired purser, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, left estate in Great Britain valued at pounds 21,158 gross, pounds 21,116 net. He left the residue of his estate to his niece [name withheld] for life,...
New York Times
ESTATES APPRAISED
20th October 1933
*** MANDELBAUM, HERMAN (April 19, 1933). Gross assets,, $159,224; net, $142,897. To Sarah Dessauer, daughter, life estate in $58,643; Tillie M. Samuel, daughter, $15,000; Selma Molendo, not related, $10,000; estate of Blanche M. Lang, one-half...
 
ESTRATTO PER RIASSUNTO DAI REGISTRO DEGLI ATTI DI NASCITA [BIRTH CERTIFICATE] (1)
1883
COMUNE DI CAPANNORI  PROVINCIA DI LUCCA  UFFICIO DELLO STATO CIVILE  ESTRATTO PER RIASSU...
 
ETERNAL FATHER, STRONG TO SAVE

The Hymn "Eternal Father, Strong to Save" was one of those sung at the hymn service lead by Revd. Ernest Courtenay Carter. William Whiting (1825-1878) wrote the lyrics, in 1860, as a poem for a student about to sail for America. T...
New York Times
ETHEL BEANE, WHO SURVIVED TITANIC SINKING, DEAD AT 90
20th September 1983
ROCHESTER, Sept. 19 (AP)---Ethel Beane, who survived the sinking of the liner Titanic in 1912, died over the weekend in a Rochester nursing home. She was 90 years old. The Titanic sank the night of April 14 on its maiden voyage from So...
Toronto Daily Star
ETHEL FLORA FORTUNE GORDON
22nd March 1961
Page 36, column 6 On Tues., March 21, 1961, at her home, 1 Clarendon Ave., Toronto, Ethel F. Fortune, widow of Crawford Gordon, mother of Crawford Gordon and William Fortune Gordon. A private service was held at the funeral chapel of ...
EUGENE DALY AND MOTHER
 
EUGENE DALY AND MOTHER

Pictured in 1922...
Records of Grace Church, URI Archives, Special Collections
EUGENE'S BAPTISM AT GRACE CHURCH
1904
From the records of Grace Episcopal Church, Providence Rhode Island: Eugene Joseph Abbott was baptised on April 2, 1904, born March 31, 1898. Sponsors: Rhoda (Rosa) Abbott and Emil Shultey Presider: The Rev. Edmund Rousmaniere, Rector. Twenty...
EVELYN MARSDEN
Adelaide Advertiser
EVELYN MARSDEN
1912
 
EVERY THING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE TITANIC
8th December 2005
Dimensions and Statistics: • Length - 882 feet 6 inches. • Beam - 92 feet 6 inches. • Draft - 34 feet 6 inches. • Height - 175 feet from keel to stack (the boat deck was 60 feet above the waterline). • Dec...
New York Times
EX-WIFE GIVES UP CLAIM ON W. K. DICK
21st March 1934
Bride of Fiermonte, Boxer, and Once Widow of J. J. Astor, Rejects Dower --- GOT DIVORCE LAST JULY --- She Also Relinquished $300,000 Income From First Husband's Estate When She Wed in 1916 --- Mrs. Enzo Fierm...
Chicago Examiner
EXAMINER FUND AIDS GIRLS FROM TITANIC
28th April 1912
Two Suffering From Shock Get $20 Each and Will Be Sent to a Sanitarium Two Titanic passengers, women, who still are suffering from the shock and exposure of the midnight tragedy, each received last night a $20 bill from th...
Cambridge Chronicle
EXCERPT
26th April 1912
Falling ice from the berg killed many persons on the decks. - William Jones, of Southampton, fireman. [page 5]...
EXCUSE SENDING ... AM HALF ASLEEP
Titanica!
EXCUSE SENDING ... AM HALF ASLEEP
17th March 2002
Jemma Hyder
The experience of Carpathia Wireless Operator Harold Cottam...
 
EXPEDITION TITANIC: BOW EXPLORATION

Some spectacular footage of the bow taken by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's Advanced Imaging and Visualization Laboratory team with cameras mounted on Phoenix's expertly piloted ROV. ...
New York Times
EXPEDITION TO USE PLANES FOR SURVEY
23rd August 1924
Rice's Party, Seeking Source of Amazon and Orinoco Rivers, Adopts New Plan --- The South American expedition led by Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, who is accompanied by Mrs. Rice, formerly Mrs. George D. Widener of Philadelphia, is equipp...
Bucks Free Press
EXPERIENCES OF A TITANIC SURVIVOR (CHARLES E. JUDD)
3rd May 1912
‘Mr Wm Judd of Parkfield Villas, 166 Hughenden-road, High Wycombe, has received a letter from his brother, Mr Charles E Judd, who was one of those rescued from the Titanic, in which he gives an account of his experiences. He writes:- ...
New York Times
EXPLORER RICE WEDS MRS. G. D. WIDENER
7th October 1915
Law Requiring Five Days' Delay After Securing License Waived by a Court Order --- PLANS FOR SECRECY FAIL --- Bishop Lawrence Officiates at Ceremony in Emmanuel Church Vestry Witnessed by Twelve Persons --- Sp...
Camden Daily Courier
EXPLOSION PITCHED HIM INTO SEA
20th April 1912
Titanic's Barber Passes Through Camden on Way to Palmyra Home --- WAS SAVED BY SAILOR SAVED BY HIM --- The 5.28 train to Palmyra from this city last night carried the only survivor of the Titanic wreck from this part of th...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
EXPRESS GRATITUDE FOR SYMPATHY SHOWN
1st May 1912
Mrs. Lillian Renouf and Fred Jefferys, relatives of the Elizabeth victims of the Titanic, wish to thank the Rev. Henry Hale Gifford, Ph.D., rector of Grace Church and the Sons and Daughters of St. George for their kindness and sympathy shown. ...
EXTERIOR OF MRS CARDEZA'S GERMANTOWN HOME, MONTEBELLO
 
EXTERIOR OF MRS CARDEZA'S GERMANTOWN HOME, MONTEBELLO

 
EXTRACT FROM LETTER FROM GEORGE BEHE
20th May 1989
''A few years ago I found an interesting titbit which, I believe, clears up any mystery surrounding how he was saved. His photograph appears in the May 4, 1912 issue of the Illustrated London News along with other crewmen who had returned to England....
F. BEST - RELIEF FUND POSTER
 
F. BEST - RELIEF FUND POSTER
27th April 1912
Titanic disaster poster from Frederick Best and Sons, a fish business, at 33 Millbank Street, Northam, Southampton. it states, in full: "TITANIC" DISASTER. F. BEST BEGS TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF HIS MANY PATRONS AND OTHERS, THAT A...
New York Times
F. J. MCCARTY
23rd April 1912
Marlene Tromp
Michael McCarty, father of Frederick J. McCarty, was also a steward.  He arrived in New York on the Allan Line steamer Victoria on April 23, 1912, seeking information about his son.  Michael's ship passed through the same ice field that ...
FACE TO BAREFACE LIAR!
Titanica!
FACE TO BAREFACE LIAR!
16th January 2012
Senan Molony
A steerage Titanic survivor confronted his own impostor in 1912...
Falmouth Packet
FALMOUTH MAN DROWNED
26th April 1912
The name of Mr. H. Creece (sic), deck engineer, does not appear amongst the survivors and he has been given up as lost. The deepest sympathy is felt for the widow and her two children in their great sorrow. Obituary WAS born at ...
FAMILIAR PHOTOGRAPHS OF MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT
Washington Times
FAMILIAR PHOTOGRAPHS OF MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT
19th April 1912
 
FAMILY GRAVE

[The Church was demolished in 1860 but the churchyard still exists. The gravestones are next to the Storrow obelisk near the churchyards north-west gate.] Joseph Bell who departed this life on 8 December 1836, aged 69 years. Mar...
 
FAMILY GRAVE (1)

Also Edward James William son of the above aged 38 years Also Edward Henry Bagley Nephew of the above Who Lost Their Lives in the Titanic Disaster April 15th 1912 Out of the Deep I Call To Thee ...
 
FAMILY GRAVE (2)

Is mentioned on the family grave in Hollybrook Cemetery, Lordshill, Southampton A10 180. Inscription ''Lost at sea - SS Titanic 1912 aged 19 years''. ...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE

For the love of the sacred heart pray for the soul of Alicia Ashcroft who died 27th March 1891 aged 69 years. also Austin Aloysius, grandson of the above lost in the Titanic 15th April 1912 aged 2...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (1)

In loving memory of Richard Fynney (of Wetton Staffordshire) the beloved husband of Frances Fynney who died July 16th 1894 aged 66 years "Gone but not forgotten" also Joseph, son of the above who was lost on...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (2)

In loving memory of Sarah Jane, the beloved wife of Robert Henry Davies who died 17th May 1914 aged 62 Years "Peace Perfect Peace". Also Gordon Raleigh, second son of the above who lost his life in Tita...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (3)

IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY DEAR HUSBAND ANDREW MAXWELL, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MARCH 17th 1895 AGED 46 YEARS "NOT LOST BUT GONE BEFORE". ALSO JOHN, ELDEST SON OF THE ABOVE WHO WAS DROWNED THROUGH THE FOUNDERING OF THE SS TITANIC APRIL 14th 1912 AG...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (4)

IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY, THE BELOVED WIFE OF THOMAS WILSON WHO DIED 3rd JULY 1913 IN HER 66th YEAR. ALSO BERTIE, BELOVED SON OF THE ABOVE WHO WAS LOST IN THE TITANIC DISASTER APRIL 1912...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (5)

IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBERANCE OF JEANIE MCMILLAN, THE BELOVED WIFE OF ALEXANDER SLOAN WHO DIED NOVEMBER 10th 1881 AGED 38 YEARS "THEM ALSO WHICH SLEEP IN JESUS WILL GOD BRING WITH HIM". ALSO THE ABOVE ALEXANDER SLOAN WHO DIED APRIL 16th 1893 AG...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (5)

IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY CATHERINE (POLLY) THE DEARLY BELOVED WIFE OF LIEUT. HENRY T WILDE RNR. WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 24th DECR. 1910 AGED 38 YEARS. ALSO THE TWIN SONS OF THE ABOVE, ARCHIE AND RICHARD WHO DIED IN INFANCY DECEMBER 1910 "A LOVI...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (6)

IN MEMORY OF HUGH MCELROY WHO DIED ON THE 3RD DAY OF APRIL 1870 AGED 56 YEARS. ALSO OF RICHARD, SON OF HUGH MCELROY WHO DIED ON THE 9th DAY OF JUNE 1888 AGED 44 YEARS. AND OF MARY HANNAH MCELROY DIED 9th APRIL 1890 AGED 44 YEARS. ...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (7)

IN MEMORIAM. MADELINE JOSEPHINE BELOVED CHILD OF E & L FREEMAN DIED MAY 19th 1896 AGED 12 MONTHS "JUST CAME TO WIN THY PARENT'S LOVE AND THEN TO HEAVEN WITHDREW". ALSO ERNEST EDWARD FREEMAN LOST IN TITANIC DISASTER APRIL 15th 1912 AGED 50 YEAR...
 
FAMILY GRAVESTONE (8)

...Charles Frederick Morgan who was drowned on the S.S. Titanic... [L41]...
 
FAMILY INFORMATION : GEORGE PELHAM
11th August 2005
George Pelham was one of six children, having four sisters and one brother: Thomas Walter (born Jan [1867]?), Ann (born 1 April 1869), Caroline (born 26 July 1872), George was next, Elizabeth (born 26 October 1875) and Louis...
 
FAMILY INFORMATION ABOUT ARTHUR PAINTIN, HIS WIFE AND CHILD

Alice and Arthur courted for four years before they married. Arthur had intended to come out of the merchant Navy in 1912 because Alice was pregnant, Titanic being his last planned voyage. He and Alice wanted to buy a small hotel in Ox...
 
FAMILY MEMORIES

Family memories...
Chicago Daily Tribune
FAMILY OF EIGHT MISSING
17th April 1912
Niagara Falls, N.Y, April 17 F.C Goodwin, who with his wife and six children was on his way from England to this city, was on the Titanic, according to word recieved here by his brother, Thomas Goodwin. Their names do not appear among thos...
Newark Evening News
FAMILY OF J. S. MARCH MAY RECEIVE $10,000
22nd April 1912
WASHINGTON, April 22---Resolutions authorizing $10,000 appropriations for the families of each of the three postal clerks who lost their lives on the Titanic were introduced in the House today by Representative Reilly, of Conne...
FAMILY PHOTO OF REV. ROBERT J. BATEMAN
 
FAMILY PHOTO OF REV. ROBERT J. BATEMAN

Family Photo of Rev. Robert J. Bateman...
 
FAMILY PLOT

FAMILY PLOT MARKER
 
FAMILY PLOT MARKER

Brooklyn Daily Times
FAR ROCKAWAY GIRL SAFE ON CARPATHIA
17th April 1912
Miss Edith Louise Rosenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenbaum, of Merrill road, Far Rockaway, was among the passengers on the Titanic who were rescued by the Carpathia. Mr. and Mrs. Roosenbaum were distracted from the time they heard of the ...
New York Times
FASHION DISPLAY AT PALACE
4th December 1917
Lady Duff-Gordon Appears far a War Charity---Herman Timberg --- A fashion display staged by Lady Duff-Gordon, and including that personage herself as an added attraction, was the mecca that drew an unusually large crowd to the Palace T...
New York Times
FASHIONS AT THE PALACE
28th May 1918
Lady Duff-Gordon and Her Models Back---Effective War Play ---The changing season, with its accompanying change in feminine fashions, brought Lady Duff-Gordon and her gorgeously clad models back to the Palace Theatre yesterday a...
Hampshire Advertiser
FATALITY IN THE DOCKS.
28th March 1914
A gruesome accident at Southampton Dock leads to the death of Titanic survivor William Henry Taylor....
Titanic Commutator
FATE DEALS A HAND
1982
Artist Frank Millet, and a fourth gentleman unknown to Gracie. They seem oblivious to the happenings on the deck outside, preferring to sit alone in the room where they had spent many enjoyable hours during the last few evenings. [THS Comm...
Titanic Commutator
FATE DEALS A HAND [EXCERPT]
1982
George Behe
Volume 6, Number 4, Winter 1982 Deeply engrossed in their own conversation, three men sat in nearby easy- chairs. One was Charles C. Jones, the superintendent of an estate in Vermont, while A. H. Barkworth was an English Justice of th...
Daily Mail
FATE OF A FAMILY
18th April 1912
Parents and Nine Children in Titanic Page 6 On board the Titanic were eleven residents of Peterborough, Mr. and Mrs. John Sage, of Gladstone-street, and their nine children, whose ages range from twenty-two to five years. M...
The Stevens Point Journal
FATED SHIPS HOLD AFIRE
27th April 1912
Fireman Details How Flames Broke Out In Coal Bunkers After Leaving Southampton and Steamship Was Rushed Westward So That Blaze Might Be Extinguished in New York Port. ...
Chicago Daily News
FATHER OVERCOME WITH JOY
17th April 1912
FATHER OVERCOME WITH JOY      Willaim Haines, a publisher, father of Mrs. Marion Smith, who was reported rescued from the doomed vessel, was prostrated with grief when ...
Newark Star
FATHER TITANIC VICTIM; SON LOSES HIS MIND
19th April 1912
JERSEY CITY, N. J., April 18---Frederick Myles, 30 years old, of 256 Grove street, whose father, Thomas F. Myles, of Cambridge, Mass., was a passenger on the Titanic, is today locked up at the Seventh street police station for safe keeping because he...
 
FAY FAMILY GRAVESTONE

In loving memory of our dear father, Andrew Fay, beloved husband of Mary, who died 14th October 1914 aged 58 years "Sweet Heart of Jesus be my Salvation" also Thomas, son of the above who lost his life on the Tita...
North American
FEAR BOYERTOWN GIRL, MISSIONARY, WAS LOST
22nd April 1912
READING, Pa., April 21---Mr. and Mrs. James B. Funk, parents of Miss Annie C. Funk, a missionary to Janjgir, Central Province, India, have given up hope of seeing their daughter alive. The mother is seriously ill and the entire family is grief-stric...
Newark Star
FEAR ELIZABETH FOLK WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC
18th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 17---Benjamin Peacock, of 609 South Broad street, is fearful that his two brothers, Ernest and Robert, were among those lost on the steamship Titanic. Mr. Peacock's wife and two children were also passengers on the boat, but it is p...
Camden Post-Telegram
FEAR FRED. SUTTON SANK WITH TITANIC
18th April 1912
Name of Haddonfield Resident Does Not Appear on List of Survivors --- BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH --- The offices of Sutton & Vansant, No. 120 South Front street, Philadelphia, are busy in an endeavor to obtain some ...
Salt Lake Tribune
FEAR PROVO WOMAN DISASTER VICTIM
20th April 1912
Page 3 Special to The Tribune PROVO, April 1900 Up to 4 o'clock this afternoon no word had been received in this city of the fate of Mrs. Irene C. Corbett who is supposed to have been a passenger on the Titanic when it...
New York Times
FELDMAN SIGNS FOR BOUT
5th September 1934
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Sept. 4 (AP)---Abe Feldman, Brooklyn heavyweight, and Petri Georgi, Buffalo, were signed today to meeet in a ten-round bout at the Legion Stadium here Sept. 14.  Enzo Fiermonte, husband of Mrs. Madeline [sic] Force Astor...
Worcester Telegram
FELIX R. ASPLUND [OBITUARY]
2nd March 1983
SHREWSBURY--Felix R. Asplund, 73, of 39 Fairlawn Circle died yesterday in his home. Mr. Asplund was a draftsman for Coppus Engineering in Worcester for 35 years, retiring in 1972. He leaves a sister, Lillian G. Asplund of Shrews...
FIELD ICE PHOTOGRAPHED ON THE MORNING OF APRIL 15, 1912,
 
FIELD ICE PHOTOGRAPHED ON THE MORNING OF APRIL 15, 1912,
15th April 1912
Ice seen in the general vicinity of the Titanic sinking. Photographed by Dr Marloth, ship's surgeon aboard the NDL Frankfurt....
New York Times
FIERMONTE AND WIFE BACK
2nd August 1935
To Stay Here 3 Months---He Will Shun Prize Ring --- Enzo Fiermonte, former Italian prizefighter, returned to the United States on the North German Lloyd liner Europa yesterday, accompanied by his wife, the former Mrs. Madeleine Force As...
New York Times
FIERMONTE APOLOGIZES
16th July 1937
Photographer Then Withdraws His Charge of Assault --- A charge of third-degree assault against Enzo Fiermonte, former prizefighter and husband of Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, was withdrawn yesterday in Flushing Court after...
New York Times
FIERMONTE ASSIGNED TO CLEANING OF JAIL
8th July 1937
Settles Down to Serving Rest of 5-Day Term on Rikers Island for Traffic Violation --- Enzo Fiermonte, former boxer, automobile racer and husband of Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, was transferred yesterday from the Queens City...
New York Times
FIERMONTE BUYS ESTATE
1st December 1935
Husband of Former Mrs. Astor Gets Southern Plantation --- CHARLESTON, S. C., Nov. 30 (AP)---The purchase of Dixie Plantations, a 600-acre estate on a high bluff overlooking Stono River, by Enzo Fiemonte of New York was announced here t...
New York Times
FIERMONTE CASE DISMISSED
22nd July 1937
Magistrate Gustav Wieboldt of the Queens Traffic Court dismissed yesterday the charge of driving without an operator's license which had been made against Enzo Fiermonte, former prizefighter and husband of Mrs, Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte. Hi...
New York Times
FIERMONTE CONVICTED IN FRENCH AUTO CRASH
30th July 1939
Gets Conditional Sentence of 2 Months, 1,000-Franc Fine --- DIJON, France, July 29 (AP)---Enzo Fiermonte, former husband of Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick, socially prominent American, received a conditional sentence of two months in pr...
New York Times
FIERMONTE GETS DIVORCE
5th September 1933
Pugilist Was Linked in Nevada Reports With Mrs. Dick --- RENO, Nev., Sept 4 (AP)---A divorce has been awarded to Enzo Fiermonte, Italian pugilist, linked in some reports in a romance with the former Mrs. John Jacob Astor. ...
New York Times
FIERMONTE HALTED BY GENOA OFFICIALS
8th February 1935
Boxer's Passport Is Held and Unrecognized Divorce From Italian Wife Investigated --- PRESENT WIFE DENIES RIFT --- Former Mrs. Astor Says He Got Off Her Ship at Algiers for Business Reasons --- NAPLES, Feb. 7 ...
New York Times
FIERMONTE JAILED IN OLD SPEED CASE
7th July 1937
Husband of Astor Widow Gets 5 Days on Charge That He Ignored in 1934 --- Enzo Fiermonte, the Italian-born automobile racer husband of Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, was sentenced to five days in prison yesterday by Magistrate...
New York Times
FIERMONTE OUT 'FOREVER'
22nd June 1934
Announces Permanent Retirement From Boxing Activities --- WESTHAMPTON BEACH, L. I., June 22---Enzo Fiermonte, light- heavyweight boxer and husband of Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Fiermonte, today announced his retirement from the ring "f...
New York Times
FIERMONTE THREATENS DIVORCE
10th August 1934
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Aug. 9---Enzo Fiermonte, husband of Madeleine Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, today took a screen test at Fox Movie Studio. Discussing the status of his marriage with the wealthy New Yor...
New York Times
FIERMONTE TO BE BROKER
7th March 1935
Husband of Former Mrs. Astor Plans Career on Return Here --- ROME, March 6 (AP)---Enzo Fiermonte said today the threatened trouble in Abyssinia, in which he may become involved as a soldier for Italy, brought him and his American wife m...
New York Times
FIERMONTE VISITS HIS WIFE IN NAPLES
10th February 1935
Italian Boxer Remains With Former Mrs. Astor an Hour Then Hurries Away --- POLICE TAKE HIS PASSPORT --- His First Wife Quits Her Job as He is Said to Have Provided for Her and Their Son --- NAPLES, Sunday, F...
New York Times
FIERMONTES FACE CHARGE OF BIGAMY
12th February 1935
Lawyer Urges Former Mrs. Astor to Depart From Italy Lest Government Act --- ROME, Feb. 11 (AP)---The possibility of legal action by the Italian Government on charges of bigamy against both Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick Fiermonte and h...
New York Times
FIERMONTES SAIL ON THE SAME SHIP
29th January 1935
Former Mrs. Astor, With Friend, Books Passage for Italy at Last Moment --- The former Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick, who was married to Enzo Fiermonte, Italian pugilist, more than a year ago, booked a last-minute passage Saturday on t...
New York Times
FIERMONTES VISIT TIVOLI
23rd February 1935
Former Mrs. Dick and Husband Still Await His Passport --- ROME, Feb. 22 (AP)---Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte and her young husband sought solace tonight in beautiful old Tivoli from a day of disappointment at their failure to...
New York Times
FIGHT TITANIC VICTIM'S WILL
23rd May 1912
Brother and Sister of George Rosenshine Start Contest --- The validity of the will of George Rosenshine, a retired wholesale dealer in feathers and flowers, who perished on the Titanic, is being contested by his brother, Max Rosenshine,...
New York Times
FILE WILL OF TITANIC VICTIM
28th June 1912
Proof of Death of Charles Natsch Furnished by Survivor --- The will of Charles Natsch, who lost his life on the Titanic, was admitted to probate in the Surrogates' Court in Brooklyn, yesterday, after proof of his death had been submitte...
New York Times
FILES GUGGENHEIM REPORT
30th June 1918
Cornelius J. Sullivan, referee in the application of George J. Gillespie as guardian for Marguerite and Barbara, infant children of the late Benjamin Guggenheim, to the Surrogates' Court to determine whether the estate of their father had received th...
The Times
FILM ATLANTIC - ACTRESS INJURED IN RECREATION OF TITANIC SCENES
30th July 1930
Court of Appeal Actress's claim under Workmen's Compensation Act Armour v. British International Pictures Ltd. (Before the Master of the Rolls, Lord Justice Slesser and Lord Justice...
FILM OF CAPTAIN SMITH
 
FILM OF CAPTAIN SMITH
May 1911
These shots were taken in New York on board the Olympic probably on the occasion of her first arrival in 1911.  The photographer is unknown. ...
FILM OF CARPATHIA RETURNING SURVIVORS TO NEW YORK
 
FILM OF CARPATHIA RETURNING SURVIVORS TO NEW YORK
18th April 1912
The Carpathia arrived in New York on the evening of 18 April 1912. ...
FILM OF THE MACKAY BENNETT RETURNING TO HALIFAX WITH BODIES OF TITANIC VICTIMS
 
FILM OF THE MACKAY BENNETT RETURNING TO HALIFAX WITH BODIES OF TITANIC VICTIMS
30th April 1912
The cable ship MacKay Bennett returned to Halifax, Nova Scotia on the morning of 30 April 1912. On her deck were coffins, her crew recovered 306 bodies and brought 190 back to harbour. The rest were buried at sea. ...
FILM OF THE OLYMPIC
 
FILM OF THE OLYMPIC
1911
These pictures were retouched after the Titanic disaster to eliminate American company flags visible on the other vessels in harbour so that, when re-shown in April 1912, the pictures might represent Titanic at her berth in Southampt...
FILM OF TITANIC ENTERING THE THOMPSON GRAVING DOCK
 
FILM OF TITANIC ENTERING THE THOMPSON GRAVING DOCK
3rd February 1912
...
Chicago Tribune
FILM STORY OF TITANIC SINKING GETS THE GREEN LIGHT
22nd February 1952
LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD by Hedda Hopper Film Story of Titanic Sinking Gets the Green Light Hollywood, Feb. 22--Darryl Zanuck has given the green light to Charlie Brac...
New York Times
FINANCIAL NOTES
22nd May 1907
*** George E. Learnard of Hooley, Learnard & Co. has been elected to the Presidency of the Nevada-Utah Corporation to succeed John Weir, who has resigned on account of ill-health. ***...
Chicago Tribune
FIND TITANIC VICTIMS PERISHED OF COLD
7th May 1912
Only one of the seventeen persons whose bodies were recovered by the cable ship Minia in the vicinity of the Titanic tragedy died from drowning, in the opinion of the cable ship’s physician.  The other sixteen perished from exposure....
 
FINDING ALFRED THEISSINGER

Michael Poirier
Alfred Theissinger is a surviving steward that seemed to have disappeared shortly after the disaster. New research found by Michael Poirier and Gavin Cameron Bell leads to his being found. ...
Daily Telegraph
FIRE ABOARD THE "CALIFORNIAN"
3rd July 1913
A telegram from Vera Cruz reports that the Leyland liner "Californian" took fire in that port and that the outbreak was not extinguished until much damage had been done to the cargo by fire and water. The fire originated in holds number four...
The Syracuse Herald
FIRE RAGED ON TITANIC FIVE DAYS
20th April 1912
New York Aril 20th – That a fire had raged in the [?] bunkers of the liner Titanic from the day she left Southampton u...
Worcestershire Chronicle
FIRE UP HARD
27th April 1912
''Down in the engine-room,'' said John Thompson, one of the surviving firemen, in New York, ''we understood that they wanted the Titanic to make a record run. The orders to us were to fire up as hard as we could. At time the liner made 77 revolutions...
New York Times
FIREMEN OVERCOME BY SMOKE
7th November 1893
Stubborn Fire in the Cellar of 679 Broadway---One Man in the Hospital --- For two hours last evening firemen fought a fire in the sub-cellar of the five-story building 679 Broadway, adjoining the Broadway Central Hotel. Dense, stifling ...
Washington Herald
FIRST CLAIM PAID
20th April 1912
Buffalo, N. Y., April 19---What is declared to be the first claim paid for the loss of a life in the Titanic disaster was recorded to-day, when the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, in this city, paid $1,000 to a brother of Henry Sutehill, [sic] o...
Chicago Tribune
FIRST CLAIMS DUE TO TITANIC DISASTER TO BE SETTLED
11th May 1912
 PAY $20,000 LEWY INSURANCE First Claims due to Titanic Disaster to Be Settled In United States, So Far as Known      ...
The Times
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER NUMBERS
26th January 1912
21,600 carried First Class by White Star in 1911...
FIRST USE OF MORSE CODE
 
FIRST USE OF MORSE CODE
1844
Drawing...
Chicago Daily Journal
FIRST VESSEL EVER LOST ON ITS MAIDEN VOYAGE
16th April 1912
New York, April 16,---In the melancholy roll of marine tragedies that which overtook the Titanic is the first on record wherein a conspicuous vessel has met disaster on her maiden voyage. The nearest approach to such an unfortunate f...
 
FIRST VIDEO FROM EXPEDITION TITANIC

Chicago Record-Herald
FISHING BOATS NEAR
18th April 1912
Hope that some of the passengers of the Titanic not taken on board the Carpethia may have been saved was revived late tonight when the captain of the freighter Ultonia of the Phoenix Line, which docked about midnight, reported that he passed al...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
FIVE CELESTIALS AMONG RESCUED – HOW THEY GOT THERE A MYSTERY
19th April 1912
One of the strangest things about the whole awful occurrence was the presence of five Chinamen in the lifeboats......
FLASK CARRIED BY RICHARD NORRIS WILLIAMS II ABOARD TITANIC
 
FLASK CARRIED BY RICHARD NORRIS WILLIAMS II ABOARD TITANIC

Flask...
New York Times
FOR BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
9th June 1912
Senate Proposal Thus to Honor TItanic Victims Goes Over --- WASHINGTON, June 8---An effort was made in the Senate to-day to have adopted a resolution granting authority to erect on public land in Washington a joint memorial to the mem...
New York Times
FOR BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL (1)
24th October 1913
Fountain to Titanic Victims to be Erected Near White House --- WASHINGTON, Oct. 23---Plans will be completed in the near future for the dedication of a fountain erected south of the White House in honor of the memories ...
New York Times
FOR BUTT-MILLET TITANIC MEMORIAL
23rd August 1912
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22---The House Committee on Library favorably reported to-day the Senate joint resolution to authorize the erection of a drinking fountain in this city as a joint memorial to Major Archibald W. Butt and Francis Millet, who we...
Worcester Telegram
FOR NEW BEDFORD LIBRARY
18th April 1912
By The Associated Press
Artist Millett Bringing Back Sketches for Mural Decorations. New Bedford, April 17- Frank D. Millett, the artist, who was aboard the Titanic and whose name does not appear on the list of survivors, had been engaged to paint the mural decor...
FOR THE CHILDREN
The Daily Banner
FOR THE CHILDREN
9th May 1912
Two Baby Waifs Rescued From the Sunken Titanic. When the steamship...
New York Times
FORCED MR. ASTOR TO DISMOUNT
2nd May 1897
Cyclists Will Be Shut Out from Ferncliff as a Result --- POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., May 1---The fine roads of Ferncliff, the home of the Astors, at Rhinebeck, are closed to cyclers because of an unpleasant incident a few days ago, which resul...
Boston Daily Globe
FORMER BOSTON RESIDENT
16th April 1912
Alexander O. Halverson [sic] of New York Opened the Cluett, Peabody & Co Office Here. Among the reported missing or unaccounted for among the passengers on board the steamship Titanic who were rescued from the disabled ship was Alexander O. Halverson...
Brighton Argus
FORMER MAYOR OF CHELSEA
17th April 1912
''The passengers included Mr. Christopher Head, a former Mayor of Chelsea, director of Henry Head and Co. (Limited), insurance brokers and underwriters, and son of the late Mr. Head, J.P., who resided at Buckingham, Shoreham....
Toronto Daily Star
FORTUNE
9th March 1929
At her home, 2 Rose Park Crescent, Toronto, on Friday, March 8th, 1929, Mary Fortune, widow of the late Mark Fortune, formerly of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Funeral service at Mount Pleasant Mausoleum Chapel Monday at 2 o'clock. Montreal, Otta...
FORTUNE FAMILY PARTED IN BOAT IN GOOD CHEER
Manitoba Free Press
FORTUNE FAMILY PARTED IN BOAT IN GOOD CHEER
20th April 1912
(Special Staff Correspondent)
Women Had No Idea of Serious Condition of the Titanic Gave Their Money to Charlie For Safe-Keeping Until They Met Hugo Ross Was Ill in Bed When Disaster Occurred—Rescued Loathe to Talk...
Washington Times
FOUR ARE SAVED IN PHILADELPHIA FAMILY
19th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 19---William E. Carter, Mrs. William E. Carter, William T. Carter, and Lucille Carter, all of Philadelphia, were saved. All showed evidence of the terrible strain they had undergone. Mrs. Carter was a nervous wreck, but she bore up br...
Worcester Telegram
FOUR OF THE ASPLUNDS ARE TITANIC VICTIMS
20th April 1912
Searching dilligently in New York Thursday night and all day yesterday at the pier where the rescued passengers of the ill-fated Titanic were delivered Thursday night by the Cunard liner, Carpathia, John Carlson, 193 Vernon Street, a brother-in-law o...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
FOUR ON BIG LINER CLEVELAND BOUND
17th April 1912
Page 1 Three Men and One Woman on Way to This City May Have Gone Down Many Parts of Ohio Represented in Lists of Victims When the news of the greatest sea distater ina century was flashed to Cleveland ye...
FOUR ROOMS : CHANNEL FOUR : BE A PART OF IT!
Channel 4
FOUR ROOMS : CHANNEL FOUR : BE A PART OF IT!
25th October 2011
Talkback Thames
Channel 4Â’s Hit Series Four Rooms is back and looking for more extraordinary items to feature in the second series....
Chicago American
FOUR TITANIC SURVIVORS SCORE SHIP'S OFFICIALS
22nd April 1912
Four women who were rescued from the Titanic passed through this city on their way to their Western homes.  They were: Mrs. H. F. Chaffee of Amenia, N. D.; whose husband was drowned; Mrs. Walter Clark of Los Angeles, who also lost her husban...
FR BYLES
 
FR BYLES

In Memoriam card for second class passenger Fr Byles...
FRAGMENT OF EDITH RUSSELL'S LUCKY PIG TO SELL AT AUCTION
 
FRAGMENT OF EDITH RUSSELL'S LUCKY PIG TO SELL AT AUCTION
14th November 2011
A tiny fragment of a Titanic Survivor's lucky mascot will go under the hammer....
FRANCIS DAVIS MILLET GRAVESTONE
 
FRANCIS DAVIS MILLET GRAVESTONE

Francis Davis Millet Born at Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, on the 3rd of November 1846. And drowned in the loss of the ship "Titanic" on the...
FRANK ALLSOP'S GRAVESTONE
 
FRANK ALLSOP'S GRAVESTONE
29th June 2004
Nigel James Wright
Gravestone...
New York Times
FRANK D. MILLET'S CAREER
16th April 1912
Noted Artist Famed as War Correspondent and Traveler --- Frank D. Millet, a noted artist and correspondent, was born at Mattapoisett, Mass., in 1846. His adventurous temperament led him to enlist as a drummer boy at the beginning of the Civ...
FRANK DWAN TITANIC MEMORIAL
 
FRANK DWAN TITANIC MEMORIAL

Memorial to Titanic third class passenger Frank Dwan at Bunmahon, Co Waterford, Ireland....
Unidentified Newspaper
FRANK GOLDSMITH, TITANIC SURVIVOR
1982
A former Detroit resident who survived the sinking of the liner Titanic in 1912 is dead at 79. Frank John William Goldsmith died Wednesday in Orlando, Fla., where he had lived since 1979 after retiring from business. The funeral will ...
FRANK MASON
 
FRANK MASON

Photograph of Titanic fireman Frank Mason taken from a seaman's identity card c.1919....
Evening News
FRANK MILLET
24th January 1988
Frank Millet, 65, a distinguished artist, author and war correspondent who had lived the last 25 years of his life in Broadway, and was widely popular in the picturesque Cotswold village. He was born in America, served as a drummer boy w...
FRANK PRENTICE
 
FRANK PRENTICE

Photographic portrait of Titanic storekeeper and survivor Frank Prentice. ...
Chicago Tribune
FRED A. WEBER
29th October 1962
Chicago Tribune, Monday, October 29, 1962, s. 3, p. 8: Obituaries Fred A. Weber Salt Lake City, Oct. 28 (AP)---Fred A. Weber, 72, one of the last surviving crew members of the Tita...
FRED FLEET'S GRAVE
 
FRED FLEET'S GRAVE

Hollybrook Cemetery, Lordshill, Southampton...
FREDERICK FLEET / MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN
Washington Times
FREDERICK FLEET / MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN
24th April 1912
Bath Journal
FREDERICK GOODWIN AND HIS WIFE AND SIX CHILDREN
20th April 1912
MELKSHAM Frederick Goodwin and his wife and six children were on board. They had been living in Melksham for some years. Goodwin was a machine hand at the foundry, and about 40 years of age. The eldest of the children, a g...
New York Times
FREDERICK K. SEWARD
16th April 1912
Frederick K. Seward is a member of the firm of Curtis, Mallet, Prevot & Colt of 30 Broad Street, and had been to Europe on business for his firm. He was graduated from Columbia University in 1899, bring a prominent member of the Glee Club during his ...
FREDERICK SUTTON
Philadelphia Inquirer
FREDERICK SUTTON
18th April 1912
FREDERICK TAMLYN
Daily Post and Mercury
FREDERICK TAMLYN

Courtesy of Senan Molony...
FRENCH TITANIC POSTCARD
 
FRENCH TITANIC POSTCARD

1912?...
Semi Weekly Iowegian
FRENCHMAN HAD TOO MANY WIVES
16th July 1912
Man who lost wife on Titanic seems to have eloped with another from France...
Liverpool Echo
FRESHFIELD AIRMAN - ONE OF THE TITANIC'S ORCHESTRA
25th April 1912
Our photo is of Mr. William T. Brailey, who was a member of the now famous and heroic orchestra of the Titanic. Mr. Brailey was at one time associated with Mr. Compton Paterson at the Freshfield aerodrome, and Mr. J. Gaunt at the Southport hanger. He...
Chicago Examiner
FRIEND TELLS HOW TITANIC COMMANDER MIGHT HAVE ESCAPED
22nd July 1912
INSISTS CAPT. SMITH LIVES Friend Tells How Titanic Commander Might Have Escaped Baltimore, md., July 21---Still emphatic in his assertions that he saw Captain E. J. Smith, who is supposed ...
Brooklyn Daily Times
FRIENDS EXPECT TO HEAR FROM MRS. SWIFT SOON
16th April 1912
The relatives of Mrs. Margaret Swift, the widow of Fred Joel Swift, who lives at 171 Arlington avenue, are expecting momentarily to hear from her. Their hopes are based on the assurances given them at the offices of the White Star Line. ...
New York Times
FRIENDS OF MAJOR BUTT WOULD ERECT A MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM AT HIS ALMA MATER, SEWANEE, ...
9th June 1912
Friends of Major Butt Would Erect a Memorial Gymnasium at His Alma Mater, Sewanee, to Whose Endowment Fund J. P. Morgan Has Promised $150,000 --- High on the Cumberland plateau, midway between Nashville and Chatanooga, [sic] in ...
New York Times
FROM H.S. BRIDE'S FATHER
8th July 1912
Harold Bride's father wrote to the New York Times in order to express his gratitude to those who assisted his son in America....
Worcester Telegram
FROM POPE AND KING
18th April 1912
Article...
Western Morning News
FROM THE WESTCOUNTRY (1)
19th April 1912
Amongst the St. Austell victims were Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Robins, who were returning after a long visit at Mount Charles. Mr. Robins seemed to have some presentiment of something going to happen, as he was heard to remark when the train was even a...
Western Morning News
FROM WESTCOUNTRY - FURTHER PERSONAL DETAILS
18th April 1912
It was reported yesterday at Okehampton that amongst the missing passengers in the third class list of the Titanic was John Lovell, son of John Lovell (farmer) of Northlew....
Western Morning News
FROM WESTCOUNTRY - FURTHER PERSONAL DETAILS (1)
18th April 1912
Mr. James Drew and family and Mr. James Veale (sic) were from Constantine, Cornwall. Mr. and Mrs. Drew and nephew (Master Marshall Drew) had been home on a visit to his mother (who is 84 years of age, and still ignorant of anything having happened)....
Chicago Tribune
FRONT VIEWS AND PROFILES
17th November 1934
June Provines
Ernest Byfield brought back a story from New York told him by both Margalo Gillmore and Myra Hampton that certainly shows that the wags have been cudgeling their brains for stories.  This one is hung on the sinking of the Titanic.  It...
Worcester Telegram
FUND FOR RELIEF OF MRS. ASPLUND AND HER CHILDREN IS GROWING SLOWLY
30th April 1912
Money for the Worcester Titanic relief fund that is to be used for the financial assistance of Mrs. Charles Asplund and her two children who survived the Titanic disaster, in which her husband and three children were lost, is coming slowly to the rel...
Worcester Telegram
FUNDS FOR SURVIVORS
18th April 1912
Article...
FUNERAL OF A TITANIC VICTIM IN CORNWALL
Daily Mirror
FUNERAL OF A TITANIC VICTIM IN CORNWALL
31st May 1912
...
San Francisco Call & Post
FUNERAL OF DR. DODGE TO BE HELD THURSDAY
1st July 1919
Page 8, column 3 Funeral services for Dr. Washington Dodge, who died yesterday at the St. Francis Hospital, will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock in the parlors of the N. Gray & Co., at Geary and Divisadero Streets. Bishop Willi...
New York Times
FUNERAL OF ISIDOR STRAUS
9th May 1912
The funeral of Isidor Straus, who died in the wreck of the Titanic, was held at noon yesterday at the family residence, an old frame house at 105th Street and Broadway, which is one of the landmarks of early New York. In order to avoid a great outpou...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
FUNERAL OF MRS. ARTHUR STEAD
13th July 1933
Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian E. Stead, who died Friday, wife of Arthur Stead, of 128 Reid street, were held yesterday afternoon at J. S. Stiner's Home for Services, 97 West Grand street. Rev. William G. Felmeth, D. D., pastor of the Third Presb...
New York Times
FUNERAL OF T. W. CAVENDISH
4th May 1912
Body of Henry Siegel's Son-in-Law to be Cremated To-day --- The body of Tyrell W. Cavendish, who lost his life when the Titanic sank, will be cremated at North Bergen, N. J., today. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Frank F...
The Times
FUNERAL OF THE TITANIC'S BANDMASTER
20th May 1912
The funeral of Mr Wallace Hartley, the bandmaster of the Titanic, took place on Saturday at Colne Cemetery. Thousands of visitors from all parts of the surrounding country were present. The funeral was attended by the Mayor and members of...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
FUNERAL OF TITANIC VICTIM
30th April 1912
The body of John F. Marsh, superintendent of mails on the steamer Titanic and the father of Mrs. John A. Corwin, of 261 Stiles street, this city, will be taken to the home of his daughter, Miss Nettie Marsh, of 50 Emmett street, Newark, when it arriv...
New York Times
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MILLET
2nd May 1912
BOSTON, May 1--- The body of Francis D. Millet, the artist, who was one of the victims of the Titanic disaster, is en route to Boston in charge of Laurence Millet, a son. Funeral services are to be held in the chapel at Mount Auburn Cemetery to-morr...
Worcester Telegram
FUTRELLE MET DEATH LIKE HERO SAYS WIFE
20th April 1912
New York, April 19.- Mrs. May Futrelle, whose husband, Jacques Futrelle, the short story writer and novelist, went down with the ship, was met here by her daughter, Miss. Virginia Futrelle, who was brought to New York, from the convent of Notre Dame ...
New York Times
G. H. CLARKE JR. KILLED
13th June 1943
Lieutenant in Army Air Forces Was Completing Training --- Lieutenant George Hyde Clarke Jr., Army Air Forces, eldest son of Mrs. S. Beach Cooke of 530 Park Avenue and Cooperstown, N. Y. and of George Hyde Clarke of Hyde Hall, Cooperstow...
New York Times
GAMBLERS ON THE TITANIC
18th April 1912
Many Planned to Cross on the First Trip---"Doc" Owen Not Aboard --- Broadway inhabitants were discussing last night the report that a number of well-known professional gamblers had gone to their death on the Titanic. It was said that t...
The Witney Gazette
GAMBLERS ON TITANIC ESCAPE BY DRESSING AS WOMEN
11th May 1912
An extraordinary story is reported in New York of the escape from the sinking Titanic of two well-known gamblers who, for some years, have frequented the Atlantic liners, and against whose card-sharking tricks notices have been posted on ...
New York Times
GARDEN LURES SKIPPER OF THE BERENGARIA, SIR HENRY [SIC] ROSTRON, AFTER 45 YEARS AT SEA
9th November 1930
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Nov. 7---Captain Sir Arthur Henry Rostron, commodore of the Cunard fleet, who is retiring after forty-five years at sea, took his leave of his fellow-officers at Southampton this week on relinq...
New York Times
GAVE LIVES FOR THE MAILS
21st April 1912
Postal Clerks Worked in Two Feet of Water---Hitchcock Aids Kinsmen --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 20---Postmaster General Hitchcock to-day addressed a communication to Chairman John A. Moon of the ...
Worcester Evening Gazette
GAZETTE STAFF MAN ON CARPATHIA'S PIER
19th April 1912
Gives Description of Scenes on Pier Silence Most Oppressive Even Crowd and City Hushed By Homer J. Wheaton Gazette Staff Reporter New York, April 19- News of the Titanics wreck was flashed to the wor...
 
GENERAL INFORMATION

AGED thirty-four years, was born in Manchester. His apprenticeship was served with Messrs. H. H. Hall & Co., of Liverpool after which he was employed by Messrs. Campbell and Isherwood, Ltd., Bootle, Hame Electric Company, Liverpool and the Northern E...
 
GENERAL INFORMATION (1)

Thomas Mudd, a letter from his nephew says that the lad was just sixteen years old and one of a family of thirteen children. In order to give him a chance of a better life he was sent to American to join his brothers George and James who were already...
 
GENERAL INFORMATION (2)

He was a First Class passenger registered on the ships passenger list under the assumed name of Mr. George Thorne, travelling with his mistress, Mrs. Gertrude Thorne, a survivor....
The Evening Post (Wellington, New Zealand)
GENERAL PROTEST---BROADCAST PLAY DROPPED

GENERAL PROTEST --- BROADCAST PLAY DROPPED --- LONDON, 10th March. --- "The whole thing should be forgotten. There is no excuse for reminding the survivors of the horrors, which will ...
GENUINE TITANIC STATIONARY
 
GENUINE TITANIC STATIONARY
1911
Back of genuine Titanic card found in Cherbourg after the stocks were destroyed....
GENUINE TITANIC STATIONARY WITH WHITE STAR LINE LOGO
 
GENUINE TITANIC STATIONARY WITH WHITE STAR LINE LOGO
1911
This card (front) is a genuine Titanic item. There were stocks of it in Cherbourg, in order to supply the liner with it at each of her stops. After the sinking, the stocks were destroyed and a few pieces survived to this day. ...
GENUINE WHITE STAR LINE ENVELOPE SAVED BY MME LAROCHE
 
GENUINE WHITE STAR LINE ENVELOPE SAVED BY MME LAROCHE
1912
Mme Laroche saved this 'second class' envelope in a pocket of the coat her husband Joseph put on her shoulders minutes before leaving the Titanic. This envelope had contained the passage tickets bought at the Paris offices of the White Star Line, at ...
GEORGE ALEXANDER LUCIEN RHEIMS
Titanica!
GEORGE ALEXANDER LUCIEN RHEIMS
12th October 2012
Homer Thiel
Updated biographical information on Titanic survivor George Rheims....
GEORGE ALFRED HOGG IN 1919
 
GEORGE ALFRED HOGG IN 1919
1919
Titanic lookout George Hogg in a 1919 picture...
New York Times
GEORGE B. GOLDSCHMIDT
20th April 1912
George B. Goldschmidt, lost in the sinking of the Titanic, was one of the oldest members of the Bar Association, having become a member in 1870. He was born in this city in 1840, admitted to practice in 1882, and was one of the best-known conveyancer...
GEORGE D. WIDENER
Evening Bulletin
GEORGE D. WIDENER
15th April 1912
GEORGE HENRY HUNT
 
GEORGE HENRY HUNT

WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC George H. Hunt, of 1309 Sotuh Ruby Street (Philadelphia), it was discovered yesterday, was one of the victims of the Titanic disaster. He had been visting his parents in England for several months and h...
 
GEORGE MCGOUGH : CRIMINAL REGISTER 1910
13th October 1910
NAME AGE AND TRADE: George McGough (on bail), 35, Mariner  15 mos, Hants Assizes, 28th June 1900 (manslaughter) DEGREE OF INSTRUCTION: 3 NAME AND ADDRESS O...
 
GEORGE PELHAM FAMILY RESEARCH

Marion James
George Pelham (Titanic survivor) 28yrs old born Bethnal Green Occupation Potman Wife ...
GEORGE ROBERTON
 
GEORGE ROBERTON

GEORGES ALEXANDRE KRINS: RECORD OF BIRTH
 
GEORGES ALEXANDRE KRINS: RECORD OF BIRTH
20th March 1889
18 March 1889 / 15 April 1912...
GEORGES KRINS - THE LOST MEMORIAL
Titanica!
GEORGES KRINS - THE LOST MEMORIAL
25th May 2006
Philippe Delaunoy
Some years ag...
GETTIN' THE LESSON
 
GETTIN' THE LESSON

Chicago Examiner
GIANTS IN TITANIC BENEFIT
20th April 1912
Will Play Yankees Sunday to Aid Survivors of Sunken Liner New York, April 19---President John T. Brush of the National League baseball team announced today that the Giants would play an exhibition game with the New Y...
Weekly Irish Times
GIGANTIC TO EXCEED 'AQUITANIA'
14th December 1912
Article...
GILDED LIVES, FATAL VOYAGE
Titanic Review
GILDED LIVES, FATAL VOYAGE
13th June 2012
Inger Sheil
Gilded Lives, Fatal Voyage takes its title from Mark Twain’s famous observation that enduringly characterised an era, and the reference is an apt one. “The Gilded Age” is a powerful descriptive of a period in which su...
Toronto Daily Star
GILT-EDGED STOCKS AFFECTED BY DISASTER
17th April 1912
Canadian Press Despatch London, April 16.---The disaster to the Titanic caused a slight weakness to-day in glit edged securities on the stock exchange on sales by underwriters.  The International Mercantile Mari...
Chicago Tribune
GIRL IMMIGRANTS HERE GET ONLY NIGHTGOWNS IN NEW YORK
26th April 1912
 PLEA FOR TITANIC ARRIVALS Girl Immigrants Here Get Only Nightgowns in New York Others Arrive Destitute Use of Money Collected Here Urged for Their Assistance  Imm...
Newark Star
GIRL SAYS FATHER SAVED HER IN WRECK
20th April 1912
Miss Lillian Cribb Led Through Passageways on Titanic to Lifeboat --- To the rare presence of mind of her father, John H. Cribb, who lost his life when the Titanic sank, Miss Lillian M. Cribb, 17 years old, believes she owes her life. C...
Chicago Daily News
GIRL TITANIC SURVIVOR IS HERE
23rd April 1912
Miss Annie Kelley Last Woman to Leave Sinking Ship, She Says Miss Annie Kelley, 17 years old, a sister of Miss Beatrice Kelley, 303 Eugenie street, arrived in Chicago last night and told of her escape from the sinking Tit...
Boston Daily Globe
GIRL WENT DOWN TO SAVE ANOTHER
21st April 1912
Miss Evans Gave Up Place in Boat That a Mother Could Live --- Mrs Brown of Acton Tells of Her Rescue Due to Other's Sacrifice --- Saved through the heroic generosity of a young and b...
New York Times
GIVE LIGHTHOUSE FOR TITANIC'S DEAD
16th April 1913
Tower on Seamen's Institute Dedicated Before Those Who Created It --- TRIBUTES OF CLERGYMEN --- Light Will Shine for All Lower Harbor, and Time Ball Will Indicate Exact Noon --- With services commemorating th...
San Francisco Chronicle
GIVES LIFE FOR LOVE OF HUSBAND
17th April 1912
Relatives Here Believe Wife of Isidor Straus Refused to Leave His Side. That her devotion to her husband, refusing to leave the ship unless he accompanied her from the ill-fated Titanic, cost the life of Mrs. Isidor...
Voyage
GLENDUN
26th October 2004
John P. Eaton
GLENDUN (Antrim Iron Ore Co., LTD.) On Sunday, December 10th, 1909, the immense stern framing of Titanic was transported from Darlington Forge Company’s works at Darlington by the North Eastern Railway...
Unidentified Newspaper
GLOOM AT HOLSWORTHY
1912
This disaster has cast a gloom over Holsworthy, there being no less than seven passengers from this district on board the ill-fated vessel. Mr. L. Braund, a native of Bridgerule, who had been on a visit to his native home after several years absence ...
Newark Star
GO TO SEEK BODIES OF ROEBLING AND BLACKWELL
25th April 1912
TRENTON, April 24---Believing that they may be able to recognize the bodies of Washington A. Roebling, 2d, and Stephen W. Blackwell, Trenton victims of the Titanic horror, among those recovered and taken to Halifax by the morgue ship, Karl G. Roeblin...
GOD MOVES ON THE WATER
 
GOD MOVES ON THE WATER
11th December 1929
Blind Willie Johnson
Blind Willie Johnson was born in Marlin, Texas c.1902. A Gospel singer and guitarist, he recorded just 30 pieces at a variety of locations between 1927 and 1930. He was accompanied on some songs by his wife Angeline. During the depression rever...
The San Francisco Call
GOING HOME TO ENGLAND
22nd June 1905
J. Blair, second officer of the White Star liner Doric, has been detached at his own request and ordered home to England, where he will be assigned for duty on one of the company's other and larger...
GOLD QUEEN
 
GOLD QUEEN
1930
 
GOOD FRIDAY: TITANIC IS 'DRESSED' OVERALL
5th April 1912
New York Times
GOSSIP OF THE MOTOR CYCLISTS
21st April 1912
The terrible Titanic calamity brought death to a prominent local motor cycle rider, D. W. Marvin, a member of the Motor Cycle Touring Club of New York, Inc. Marvin, who was entered in several meets at Guttenberg, was recently married, and was return...
Newark Evening News
GOVERNMENT TO SHIP BODY OF MARCH HERE
29th April 1912
The government authorities are making arrangements to bring the body of John S. March, one of the three United States mail clerks who lost their lives on the Titanic, from Halifax to Newark, according to information received by Miss Antoinette A. Mar...
New York Times
GRAND DUKE AT NEWPORT
30th August 1913
Czar's Brother-in-Law the Guest of Mrs. John Astor --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R. I., Aug.21---Grand Duke Alexander Mikailovitch, the Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna, arrived to-night from New York to v...
Bristol Times and Mirror
GRAPHIC STORIES OF HEROISM
27th April 1912
The New York correspondent of the ''Daily Telegraph'' cables a special and graphic message regarding the heroism of some of the women in the wreck. According to this source of information: The heroism of Edith Evans, who gave up her own life that ano...
 
GRAVE

Here Rest In Christ Owen George Allum Shipwrecked on the Titanic and Drowned At Sea April 14th, 1912, Aged 17 years. Nearer My God To Thee [In the Winter 1989 issue of the Atlantic Daily Bulletin it was repo...
GRAVE (1)
 
GRAVE (1)

In loving memory of Ada Maria Clarke passed away February 8th 1953 aged 69 Survivor of Titanic disaster 1912. Also Charles V. Clarke her beloved husband who lost his life on SS Titanic. Reunited. ...
GRAVE MARKER
 
GRAVE MARKER

GRAVE MARKER (1)
 
GRAVE MARKER (1)

GRAVE MARKER (2)
 
GRAVE MARKER (2)

GRAVE MARKER (3)
 
GRAVE MARKER (3)

ETTA T. HARDY NOV. 9, 1880 JUNE 23, 1941 JOHN HARDY AUG. 10, 1871 OCT. 7, 1953 'TIS NOT DEATH. 'TIS IMMORTALITY....
GRAVE MEMORIAL STONE
 
GRAVE MEMORIAL STONE

Born Sept. 26,1872 Lost at Sea on S.S. Titanic April 15, 1912 Greater love knows no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends....
GRAVE OF ADOLPHE AND GERTRUDE SAALFELD
 
GRAVE OF ADOLPHE AND GERTRUDE SAALFELD

Gravestone...
GRAVE OF ELIZABETH LINES
 
GRAVE OF ELIZABETH LINES

GRAVE OF EVELYN MARSDEN
 
GRAVE OF EVELYN MARSDEN

 
GRAVE OF HENRY P. HODGES WIFE

In April 1993 Gunter Babler from Switzerland found the grave of Henry P. Hodges wife who passed away in April 1938, on the side of the grave is: "Henry P. Hodges, husband, who passed away on the Titanic, April 1912". ...
GRAVE OF HILDA MARY SLAYTER
 
GRAVE OF HILDA MARY SLAYTER

GRAVE OF HUDSON J. C. ALLISON
 
GRAVE OF HUDSON J. C. ALLISON

GRAVE OF HUDSON TREVOR ALLISON
 
GRAVE OF HUDSON TREVOR ALLISON

GRAVE OF JAMES ROBERT MCGOUGH
 
GRAVE OF JAMES ROBERT MCGOUGH

Grave of James Robert McGough...
GRAVE OF JOHN STARR MARCH
 
GRAVE OF JOHN STARR MARCH

GRAVE OF MICHEL NAVRATIL
 
GRAVE OF MICHEL NAVRATIL

Grave of Michel Navratil, in Fairview Cemetery, Halifax NS Canada...
GRAVE OF MILTON C. LONG
 
GRAVE OF MILTON C. LONG

 
GRAVE OF SARAH ELEANOR SMITH

[Sarah Eleanor Smith was knocked down by a Taxi in Southampton in 1931 and subsequently perished.]...
GRAVE OF TITANIC VICTIM JOSEPH FYNNEY
 
GRAVE OF TITANIC VICTIM JOSEPH FYNNEY

The grave of Titanic victim Joseph Fynney at Mount Royal cemetery, Montreal. ...
GRAVES OF EDWARD DALE AND CHARLOTTE APPLETON
 
GRAVES OF EDWARD DALE AND CHARLOTTE APPLETON

GRAVESITE
 
GRAVESITE

 
GRAVESTONE

Sacred to the memory of Austin Partner of Tolworth, Surbiton who lost his life in the foundering of the steamship "Titanic" in mid-Atlantic on the 15th day of April, 1912, whose body was recovered and interred here May 23rd. Aged 40 years. ...
 
GRAVESTONE (1)

In Ever Loving Memory of Evelyn Louisa Lammin Moody Born December 26th 1857 Died December 17th 1898 "Be Thou Faithful Unto Death And I will Give Thee A Crown of Life" Also In Lovi...
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Ellen Shine Callaghan gravestone...
 
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He is mentioned on his wifes Clara Jessie Knowles gravestone and the inscription reads: In Remembrance Clara Jessie Knowles passed away in her sleep 9th December 1947 aged 82 Resting Thomas husband of the abov...
 
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In Loving Memory of my Devoted Husband Harold Godfrey Lowe Com. R.D. R.N.R. Who Passed Away May 12th 1944 Aged 61 Years I Thank My God Upon Every Remembrance Of You Phil. 1...
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Also of James Wyeth, her father and the beloved husband of Annie Wyeth, who lost his life in the foundering of the S.S. Titanic, April 15th 1912. He giveth his beloved sleep....
 
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In Loving Memory of Henry Philip Creese the beloved husband of Annie Napton Creese. One of the brave engineers of RMS Titanic who was lost at sea April 15th 1912, aged 44 years....
 
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Charles Cresson Jones, Died April 15, 1912 in the wreck of the S.S. Titanic. The road leads home....
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GRAVESTONE FOR ELLEN BIRD BEATTIE AND HUSBAND
 
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GREEN FAMILY INFORMATION

Details of the early years of George Green have yet to be firmly established but it has been found that he married Theresa Jean Morris in late 1901, the marriage being registered at Dorking, Surrey. The births of their 3 daughters were also ...
The Greenwich News
GREENWICH PEOPLE SAVED
19th April 1912
MRS. WILLIAM T. GRAHAM AND MISS MARGARET AMONG RESCUED FROM TITANIC. RELATIVES OF OTHER GREENWICH PEOPLE ON STRICKEN SHIP ALL REACH PORT - TALES OF THE DISASTER FROM MISS GRAHAM AND MR. CARTER'S ...
Evening Bulletin
GRETCHEN LEOPOLD, TTITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES ABOARD SHIP
12th August 1965
Mrs. Gretchen Longley Leopold, a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic in the North Atlantic in 1912, died yesterday aboard the SS. Constitution in the Mediterranean. She was the widow of Dr. Raymond S. Leopold, former executive vice ...
New York Times
GRISCOM IS NO LONGER HEAD OF SHIP COMBINE
24th February 1904
J. Bruce Ismay is Chosen for Its President --- FREE HAND FOR THE NEW MAN --- His Predecessor Remains in the Company as Chairman of the Board of Directors---Ismay to Live in New York --- Clement A. Griscom ...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM CHANGE OF FAITH
3rd June 1908
Reports Don't Refer to Me, Says B. Guggenheim, Nor to the Family --- Benjamin Guggenheim, who arrived here yesterday from Europe on the Mauretania, said last night at the Hotel St. Regis in regard to published reports that membe...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM HEIRESS LOST
24th June 1915
Twelve-Year-Old Hazel Found In Grounds of Deserted Mansion --- Special to The New York Times --- WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., June 23---After being lost for seven hours to-day, Miss Hazel Barbara Guggenheim, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Gu...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM HEIRESS WED TO CORPORAL
1st October 1943
Mrs. Hazel McKinley Bride of Larry Leonard in Denver --- DENVER, Col., Sept. 30 (AP)---Mrs. Hazel Guggenheim McKinley, mining-family heiress, and Larry Leonard, an Army corporal, were married tonight at the home of Charles Ginsburg, Mrs...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM IN MINING CO.
1st January 1904
Holthoff and Loomis-Pettibone Corporations Are Merged --- Special to The New York Times --- MILWAUKEE, Dec. 31---The Holthoff Machinery Company of Cudahy has issued a circular announcing a change i...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM LEGACY UNCLAIMED
29th October 1919
An application in the Surrogates' Court yesterday for the settlement of the estate of Benjamin Guggenheim revealed the fact that no owner can be found for a legacy of $5,000 to the Union Home and School for Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans. The executo...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM TAX $30,000
16th October 1913
The State Will Refund the Excess if the Estimate is Too High --- Special to The New York Times --- ALBANY, Oct. 15---The estate of Benjamin Guggenheim, one of the Titanic victims, to-day paid Controller Sohmer $30,000 as ...
New York Times
GUGGENHEIM WILL FILED
7th December 1937
Two Daughters Share Estate of Widow of Titanic Victim --- Mrs. Florette Guggenheim, widow of Benjamin Guggenheim, who perished on the Titanic, left her residuary estate in trust for her two daughters, it was learned yesterday when her w...
GUGLIELMO MARCONI
Le Petit Journal
GUGLIELMO MARCONI
24th November 1908
From 'Le Petit Journal', 24 November 1908...
GUGLIELMO MARCONI (1)
Je Sais Tout
GUGLIELMO MARCONI (1)
15th December 1910
About eighteen months after this picture was taken, Marconi would be a key witness at the Senate enquiry into the loss of the Titanic....
GUINNESS 'TITANIC' TV ADVERT BANNED
Irish Independent
GUINNESS 'TITANIC' TV ADVERT BANNED
3rd September 2004
Drinks commercial does not survive Titanic treatment A Guinness 'Titantic' ad has been banned because it could have caused offence to descendants of people who lost their lives in the tragedy. SINKING a pint has tak...
GUNSHOTS ON THE TITANIC
Titanica!
GUNSHOTS ON THE TITANIC
30th July 2001
Earl Chapman
Were shots fired as the Titanic went down? If so whom and toward whom?...
Hudson Observer
GUTTENBERG WOMAN AMONG THOSE SAVED
19th April 1912
Among the survivors of the ill-fated Titanic was Miss Katie McCarthy, sister of Mrs. John Woolnough, of 107 Twenty-fifth street, Guttenberg. She is at present among the hospital list being cared for in New York City and is not expected home until to-...
Hudson Observer
GUTTENBERG WOMAN'S SISTER IN HOSPITAL
20th April 1912
Miss Kate McCarthy, one of the survivors of the Titanic and sister of Mrs. John Woolnough, of 107 Twenty-fifth street, Guttenberg, is a patient in St. Vincent's Hospital, New York, where she was taken upon her arrival on the rescue ship Carpathia. M...
H. M. T. OLYMPIC LEAVING SOUTHAMPTON
 
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The Ship that Brought me home Left Southampton June 7th - Arrived halifax June 132th 1919 1914 - Canadian Expeditionary Force - 1918 Mons   St Eloi   Neuve Chapelle   Y...
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Newark Daily Advociate
HAD COUSIN ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Mrs. Cassebeer...
The Evening Telegram
HAD LETTER LAST FRIDAY
16th April 1912
BROTHER STEWARD ON TITANIC : Charles Lydiatt Had Been Steward on Every Boat on White Star Line : Brother Waiting for News...
Evening Bulletin
HAD PREMONITION OF DISASTER
17th April 1912
Nurse in Home of Mrs. J. B. Earnshaw Distrusted Early Despatches of Safety of Passengers --- A curious instance of the premonitions which are communicated to members of a family or even a household in time of disaster, was illustrated i...
Evening Bulletin
HAD PREMONITION OF HARM
16th April 1912
Annie Ward, Cardeza Maid, Saved from Titanic, Didn't Want to Go Aboard --- Miss Annie Ward, maid to Mrs. J. W. M. Cardeza, of Germantown, who was saved from the wreck of the Titanic, had a premonition that something was going to happen ...
The Evening Telegram
HAD SIXTEEN LIFEBOATS
16th April 1912
peaking about the lifeboat equipment of the Titanic, Mr. H. G. Thorley, the Toronto agent of the White Star Line, said the steamer had eight boats of the most modern character...
Haddonfield News
HADDONFIELD HOMES: RESIDENCE OF FREDERICK SUTTON
10th June 1893
Frederick Sutton was born June 15, 1850, in County Suffolk, England, and educated in private schools of Cambridgeshire. He came to Philadelphia in 1870 and began business with White Bros. & Co., Coffee Importers, at No. 27 South Water Street. In 1877...
Camden Post-Telegram
HADDONFIELD MAN ON BOARD TITANIC
17th April 1912
Nothing Yet Heard from Frederick W. Sutton Whose Name is on Passenger List --- BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH --- Fredrich [sic] W. Sutton, a highly esteemed wealthy resident of Haddonfield is said to have been on board...
 
HANNA MAMEE

Patricia Sheehi (Cameron) (Hanna Mamee's niece)...
HARD A-STARBOARD
Titanica!
HARD A-STARBOARD
12th February 2002
Nathan Robison
Reconsidering TitanicÂ’s Encounter with the Iceberg...
HARDER BLAMES VESSEL'S SPEED
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
HARDER BLAMES VESSEL'S SPEED
19th April 1912
Brooklyn Man, Saved With Wife on Honeymoon, Tells of Over Confidence...
Titanica!
HARLAND & WOLFF AND THE PARTITION OF ULSTER
3rd September 2011
Glenn Simpson
Harland and Wolff is at the symbolic forefront of Ulster's identity, its economic importance pivotal in explaining what gave Ulster Unionists political leverage during the Home rule question. To accurately portray Harland & Wolff’...
HARLAND AND WOLFF PHOTOGRAPHER CELEBRATED IN NEW TITANIC EXHIBITION
 
HARLAND AND WOLFF PHOTOGRAPHER CELEBRATED IN NEW TITANIC EXHIBITION

Celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the launch of RMS Titanic will begin on Thursday with the opening of a major photographic exhibition....
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Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping (1908)
HARLAND AND WOLFF, LTD.
1908
Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Belfast. Shipbuilding in Belfast as a progressive industry is of comparatively recent growth, and yet there is probably no commertial [sic] centre more prominently identified with the trade to-day than th...
The Times
HARLAND, SIR EDWARD J.
25th December 1895
OBITUARY --- SIR EDWARD HARLAND, M.P. Sir Edward James Harland, Bart., M. P. for North Belfast, died suddenly yesterday morning at his residence, Glenfarne-hall, Enniskillen. He was found dead in bed. Except for a chill...
HAROLD BRIDE
The Evening Telegram
HAROLD BRIDE
22nd April 1912
One of the Titanic Wireless Operators Who Escaped and Who Testified Before the Investigation Committee on Saturday....
HAROLD BRIDE IN THE WIRELESS ROOM
 
HAROLD BRIDE IN THE WIRELESS ROOM

Harold Bride photographed by Fr Francis Browne in  the Wireless Room of the Titanic.  The ghosted image being due to a double exposure....
HAROLD COTTAM
Washington Times
HAROLD COTTAM
26th April 1912
New York Times
HAROLD SANDERSON, SHIPPING MAN, DIES
27th February 1932
Former Head of International Merchant Marine Stricken While in North of Italy --- DIRECTED WHITE STAR LINE --- Came From a Family of Leaders in Maritime Matters Both Here and in England --- Special Cable to T...
HARRIETTE CROSBY (1)
Chicago Tribune
HARRIETTE CROSBY (1)
17th April 1912
 
HARRISON FAMILY GRAVESTONE

In loving memory of Swainston Harrison Junior, who died at Ibi, Central Africa, 16th March 1892 aged 24 years. also Norman Harrison, second engineer SS Titanic foundered off the coast of Newf...
HARRISON FISHER ILLSTRATION OF DOROTHY GIBSON
 
HARRISON FISHER ILLSTRATION OF DOROTHY GIBSON
1910
Titanic survivor Dorothy Gibson in an illustration by Harrison Fisher...
HARRISON FISHER'S ROSES
 
HARRISON FISHER'S ROSES
1909
One of Harrison Fisher's first illustrations of Dorothy Gibson, entitled "Roses" (1909)...
Newark Evening News
HAWTHORNE YOUTH ON TITANIC WAS A HERO
3rd May 1912
HAWTHORNE, May 3---Through Frank Turnquist, one of the stewards of the Titanic, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Johnson, of Diamond Bridge avenue, have learned that their son, William C. Johnson Jr., who was a petty officer on the ill-fated steamship, mig...
Hayle Weekly Mail
HAYLE MAN ONE OF THE STEWARDS
18th April 1912
On enquiring at Hayle we find that no passengers from this town have sailed in the ill-fated vessel, but that Mr. Samuel Rule, of Hayle, occupied the position of chief bathroom steward. Mr. Rule, who formerly lived at Clifton-terrace, is a bro...
St Ives Times
HAYLE MAN'S NARRATIVE

TRIBUTE TO A KIND HEARTED CAPTAIN...
The Evening Telegram
HAYS MAY BE SAFE
16th April 1912
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HE ADVERTISES FOR MISSING RELATIVE
New York Herald
HE ADVERTISES FOR MISSING RELATIVE
20th April 1912
Circular Addressed to Survivors Asks News of Charles H. Chapman, of This City Efforts to obtain information of a passenger still reported on the lists as missing after the wreck of the Titanic were reflected yesterday in a circular advertising ...
Chicago Examiner
HE SURVIVED TITANIC : ON THE EMPRESS OF IRELAND, TOO
10th May 1915
Among more than 300 survivors from the Lusitania arrived in Dublin last night on their way to England was a Dublin man named Toner, who was on the Titanic when it sank and the Empress of Ireland when ...
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[On top:] HAROLD V. INFANT SON [On face:] OF JAMES V. & LULU T. DREW...
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OPIE RICHARD OPIE 1885-1970 HIS WIFE LULU L. OPIE 1878-1970 [This inscription appears on the opposite side of the memorial stone of James Drew.]...
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The names and dates of death on this stone, the only one marking the family gravesite where Elizabeth Burns is buried, are those of her parents....
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Forever in our Hearts...