CARPATHIA PASSENGER LIST

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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...
TITANIC SURVIVORS APPROACH THE CARPATHIA
 
TITANIC SURVIVORS APPROACH THE CARPATHIA

One of the Engelhardt Collapsible Lifeboats approaches the Cunarder RMS Carpathia....
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (1)
 
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (1)
1912
Front page of 2nd class list...
 
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....
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
TELLS OF ISMAY'S ESCAPE
19th April 1912
Carpathia Passenger Saw White Star manager Land From Lifeboat....
New York Times
RECITES CLOSE CALL OF TITANIC RESCUE
27th October 1931
Sir Arthur Rostron Tells How Radio Man Got S 0 S as He Prepared to Quit Post --- RECALLS 46 YEARS AT SEA --- Carpathia's Former Master, in New Autobiography, Describes "Most Memorable Night" of Career --- If ...
Worcester Telegram
REPORT FUTRELLE SAFE
18th April 1912
By The Associated Press
London Hears Boston Author Is on Board Carpathia. London, April 17.-The list of survivors of the Titanic disaster as given out by the White Star line offices, contains the names of both Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Futrelle, Boston. Previous l...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
MANY DEAD ON A RAFT
19th April 1912
Water Was Thick With Bodies, Says Montreal Passenger....
Hudson Dispatch
TWO WEST HOBOKEN MEN WERE AMONG VICTIMS ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
So far as can be learned two of the victims of the Titanic disaster lived in West Hoboken. They are John Ashby, father of Arthur Ashby, of 629 Traphagen street, and Albert Walker, father in law of Charles Robertson, proprietor of the Colonial Theatre...
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...
The Evening News
MAY BE PROVIDENCE MAN ON THE LIST OF TITANIC
16th April 1912
John J. Lamb, one of the supposed passengers on the ill-fated Titanic, was born in Ireland, but came to this country with his parents when an infant and has resided in Providence ever since. He is 27 years old. Last September Mr. Lam...
Chicago Record-Herald
BUYER FOR NUGENT BROTHERS ON TITANIC
18th April 1912
Spencer V. Silverthorne, whose name appears among the Titanic passengers on the Carpathia, is a buyer for Nugent Brothers of St. Louis and a brother of Mrs. H. H. Harris, 820 Foster street, Evanston, whose husband is assistant pastor of the First ...
North American
WOMAN MISSIONARY MAY BE AMONG LOST
19th April 1912
POTTSTOWN, Pa., April 18---The name of Miss Annie Funk, a returned missionary from India and a daughter of James Funk, a well-to-do grist mill owner at Palm, this county, is not among the list of second-class passengers on the ill-fated Titanic who w...
Worcester Telegram
NAME NOT ON LIST BUT WOMAN IS SAFE
18th April 1912
The Associated Press
Mrs. Edgar Meyer Wires New York That She Is Returning on Carpathia and That Her Husband Is Missing NEW YORK, April 17.- A wireless message was received today by relatives of Mrs Edgar Meyer, daughter of the late Andrew Saks, reporting ...
San Francisco Bulletin
LOCAL MINING MAN IS ON TITANIC'S DEATH LIST
20th April 1912
Colonel John Weir, a well known mining man of the Pacific Coast, was one of the victims of the Titanic horror. It has been learned by his friends that he took passage on the ill fated steamer on an unexpected trip to California, probably on urgent bu...
 
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST
1912
A member of the Association Francaise du Titanic owns a very strange document, which he inherited from Miss Earnshaw. At the time she gave him it, he did not thought that it would be the source of many questions and just accepted it. Miss Earn...
CARPATHIA PASSENGER DR. FRANK HAMLIN BLACKMARR
 
CARPATHIA PASSENGER DR. FRANK HAMLIN BLACKMARR

Chicago Daily News
TITANIC : NAMES NOT ON SAILING LIST
16th April 1912
List of survivors whose names do not appear on the original sailing list, probably includes a large number of those who took the ship at Cherbourg...
THE LOST TITANIC
 
THE LOST TITANIC

"Her passenger list was one of the greatest ever carried by an Atlantic liner."(Harpers Weekly 20 April 1912)...
New York Times
THOSE WHO SAW THE RESCUE
19th April 1912
Carpathia's Passengers, Who Were Bound for Mediterranean, Back. The passengers on the Carpathia, whose trip to the Mediterranean was interrupted to aid those saved from the Titanic, are: Rev. R. B. Anderson, Baltimore,...
Brooklyn Daily Times
NO NEWS OF KIMBALLS
18th April 1912
Fruitless Efforts to Get News of Bostonian --- Every resource of wealth and power was expended in vain to-day to secure some word from the Carpathia of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Kimball. Kimball is the head of the Hallett-Davis Piano Company ...
Chicago Daily Journal
ISMAY GOT INTO BOAT
19th April 1912
John R. Joyce, a banker of Carlsbad, N. M., a passenger on the Carpathia, said: "When the Carpathia reached the scene of the wreck, we saw eighteen boats and one raft on the water.  The Carpathia picked them all up. Four pe...
New York Times
MAURETANIA'S CAPTAIN IS HONORED BY KING
3rd July 1926
Roston [sic]Is Made a K. B. E. in Delayed Birthday List---48 Other Knights Created --- Copyright, 1926, by The New York Times Company --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 2---The King's Bi...
Unidentified Newspaper
WOMAN RELATES THRILLING RACE OF CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
Article...
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...
Worcester Telegram
BOSTON MAN ON FRANCONIA REPORTS COMMUNICATING WITH CARPATHIA
18th April 1912
Article...
Chicago Daily News
BURY FOUR OF THE DEAD AT SEA
19th April 1912
Impressive Services Over Victims Are Held Aboard the Carpathia...
Hudson Observer
WEST HOBOKEN MAN'S RELATIVES HAVE NOT ABANDONED ALL HOPE
22nd April 1912
Nothing has been heard of John Ashby, listed as second cabin passenger aboard the ill-fated Titanic, and the family, in West Hoboken, with the Rev. Edmund J. Cleveland, would be pleased for any information. No satisfaction can be obtained at the Whit...
New York Times
VINCENT ASTOR'S GRIEF
17th April 1912
Vincent Astor's Grief Pitiable ___________ Son of John Jacob offers a fortune for word of his father ___________ Vincent Astor, son of Col. John Jacob Astor, who is believed to have g...
New York Times
BOOK NOTES
22nd July 1931
Macmillan has obtained what are believed to be the only pictures of the rescue of the Titanic’s survivors and these will be used to illustrate Sir Arthur Rostron's forthcoming autobiography, "'Home From the Sea." Sir Arthur, in command of the Ca...
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...
New York Times
THE WIDENERS
17th April 1912
Another of the morning inquiries (at the White Star Line office) was a long distance one from Philadelphia. It was for the news of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Widener and their son, Harry Elkins Widener, who are of the well-known Philadelphia family of th...
MORE THAN A CREW LIST
 
MORE THAN A CREW LIST
30th August 2011
The “More than a List of Crew” Website Explained The historical circumstances that made merchant seafarers some of the best documented of nineteenth and early twentieth century workers in Britain...
SUFFERERS BOTH
Sunday Independent
SUFFERERS BOTH
21st April 1912
Hibernia and Columbia United in Grief...
Rahway Daily Record
ARTHUR KEEFE ONE OF THE PASSENGERS ABOARD THE TITANIC
17th April 1912
New York Papers This Morning Give His Name In List of Passengers Embarking at Southampton ---------- FEAR HE IS AMONG MISSING ---------- His Sister in East Rahway Feels That He Met His Fate When The Ill Starred Vessel Sank...
Chicago Tribune
THOMAS FOLEY'S BROTHER GONE
20th April 1912
            Thomas Foley, 3157 Harrison street, a street car conductor, a well built young man, with an unspoiled Irish burr in his speech, called to ask if the ...
Worcester Evening Post
ASPLUND FAMILY TITANIC PASSENGERS IT IS FEARED
19th April 1912
Charles Asplund, a former resident of Worcester; a six year old son, Carl, and another son two years old, are believed to have been included among the victims of the Titanic disaster. Mrs.Asplund and three other children. Felix, 13 years o...
CARPATHIA MENU
 
CARPATHIA MENU

Menu for the last dinner served to Titanic survivors on board Carpathia, April 18th, 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. ...
Chicago American
LOUISVILLE DOCTOR, HEIR TO VILLA, DIES ON LOST TITANIC
17th April 1912
Dr. Ernest Moraweck of Louisville was a passenger on the Titanic.  His name appears on the second class passenger list and he has written that he would reach New York on his way home from Europe soon after April 15.  He is not given i...
The Evening Telegram
MAJOR PEUCHEN : AGONIZED WAITING IN TORONTO FOR THE SHIP THAT PASSED IN THE NIGHT
16th April 1912
Major Arthur G. Peuchen, 599 Jarvis street, whose name appears in the list of survivors, is well known in business and military circles in Toronto....
Hudson Observer
HOBOKEN MAN MAY BE AMONG THOSE DROWNED
16th April 1912
Among the passengers who may have lost their lives in the sinking of the steamer Titanic is Len Moore, aged 20, of 509 Willow avenue, Hoboken, who was a second class passenger from Southampton. Mr. Moore, who made his home with a mar...
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (2)
 
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (2)
1912
First page of the list saved by Miss Earnshaw...
Newark Daily Advociate
HAD COUSIN ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Mrs. Cassebeer...
Chicago Daily Journal
HARRY STROUD
19th April 1912
Harry Stroud, boarded steamer in Southampton, a steward on the Titanic, was expected to visit his brother, who lives at 217 East Thirty-First street; name missing from list of survivors.   Chicago...
Clare Journal
THE TITANIC DISASTER (3)
29th April 1912
A telegram received in Ennis during the week confirmed the worst fears that had been entertained as to the safety of a young man named Martin McMahon, from the Craigbrien district, about five miles from Ennis. It was known...
Binghamton Press
MRS. H.A. CASSEBEER AMONG PASSENGERS OF ILL-FATED BOAT
20th April 1912
On The Titanic and reported to be among the missing is a Mrs. H.A. Cassebeer, who is a daughter of Mrs. L. Vernette Fosdick, the matron at the house of the Good Shepherd on Conklin avenue....
Hudson Dispatch
TITANIC SURVIVORS TELL DRAMATIC STORY OF SEA'S GREATEST DISASTER IN HISTORY
19th April 1912
--------------- Union Hill Woman Relates Her Experience, and How She Saved Child--Pathetic Meeting of Little One By Grandparents When the Carpathia Docked--Many Describe Mournful Scenes of Rescue and Picture Graphically the Going Down of the ...
Worcester Telegram
STORM STOPS NEWS: SABLE ISLAND COMMUNICATES BRIEFLY WITH THE CARPATHIA.
18th April 1912
Article...
Evening Bulletin
WILLIAM CROTHERS DULLES NOW IS GIVEN UP AS LOST
19th April 1912
Cousin of Philadelphia Lawyer Says His Absence From Carpathia Shows He Didn't Survive --- On learning that William Crothers Dulles, a lawyer, 316 S. 12th st., was not among the survivors on the rescue ship Carpathia, friends and relativ...
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
MORGAN ON THE OCEAN
14th March 1907
Sailed Yesterday on the Baltic to be Gone Until July --- J. Pierpont Morgan sailed for Liverpool yesterday on the White Star Line steamer Baltic. On account of the tide the Baltic sailed at 5 o'clock in the morning. M...
GEORGE A. BRERETON - MYSTERY MAN
Titanica!
GEORGE A. BRERETON - MYSTERY MAN
28th January 2001
Mike Herbold
New research reveals the tragic fate of one of the Titanic's notorious gamblers....
New York Times
ST. LOUIS PASSENGERS
16th April 1912
Theophile Papin, Jr., and Wealthy Miss Madill Among the Missourians --- Special to The New York Times --- ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 15---Among the St. Louis folk on the Titanic were Mrs. Edward Robert of 4,140 Lindell Avenue, ...
TITANIC LIFEBOAT HOISTED ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse
TITANIC LIFEBOAT HOISTED ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
20th September 1956
From 'L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse'...
New York Times
STRAUS'S SECRETARY WAITS ALL NIGHT
17th April 1912
A representative of the Straus family was at the White Star steamship office continuously yesterday, waiting for news of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Straus. Sylvester Byrnes, Mr. Straus's secretary, had remained in the office all night. With ...
Chicago Record-Herald
WOMAN IN COLLAPSE
17th April 1912
A handsomely garbed woman seated in a taxicab asked the reporters if the name of Wier appeared on the list of those saved.  She refused to reveal her identity and when told that the name did not appear on the list she collapsed and a physi...
Leeds Mercury
NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE
19th April 1912
Mr. Neal McNamee and his wife, Eileen McNamee were recently in the employ of Messrs. Lipton......
Hudson Observer
HOBOKEN MAN LOSES BROTHER IN DISASTER
20th April 1912
In a little flat at 509 Willow avenue, Hoboken, John Moore is grievingto-day over the loss of his nineteen year-old brother, Leonard, who wasone of the victims of the Titanic disaster.The boy came to America last April an...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
BABY OF TEN MONTHS AMONG THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Infant and Nurse Sole Survivors of family on the Titanic...
Hudson Observer
WEST HOBOKEN MAN A PASSENGER ON THE LOST STEAMER
17th April 1912
John Ashby, of Traphagen street, West Hoboken, is on the list of second cabin passengers of the ill-fated Titanic and so far his name has not appeared among those of the rescued. He was returning from England to his son-in-law and two daughters in No...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
LEARNS SISTER WAS LOST ON FATED TITANIC
20th April 1912
Mrs. Thomas Cuffe Prostrated Over Fate of Miss Julia Barry Mrs. Thomas Cuffe, of 148 Livingston street, is prostrated with grief at her home to-day as a result of the loss of her sister, who perished when the waters of the Atlantic cl...
New York Times
ONLY ONE PASSENGER SAVED HIS BAGGAGE
24th April 1912
S. L. Goldenberg Brought a "Carry-All" Ashore Loaded with His Effects --- CUSTOMS MEN PASSED IT --- Don't Know How It Reached the Carpathia from the Titanic---Bag Was Not Wet --- Of all the baggage that was on the W...
A LIFEBOAT APPROACHES THE CARPATHIA
 
A LIFEBOAT APPROACHES THE CARPATHIA
15th April 1912
Trenton Evening Times
STANLEY AND HARRIS NOT ON THE TITANIC
17th April 1912
Frank Stanley, the chauffeur who motored Mr. Roebling's son, Washington A. Roebling II and Stephen W. Blackwell through Europe, was not a passenger on the doomed Titanic but was safe in New York....
The Times
LIVERPOOL AWARDS TO CARPATHIA CREW
16th December 1912
Page 3Engineers of the Carpathia honoured The Lord Mayor of Liverpool has made various presentations to the engineers and electricians of the Carpathia who gave service on the night of the Titanic disaster. Mr A. Johnsto...
New York Times
TITANIC TESTS HER SPEED
3rd April 1912
Then She Sails for Southampton to Prepare for Maiden Voyage by Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times LONDON, April 2.—The White Star liner Titanic, which has just been completed by Ha...
Calgary Herald
ANOTHER ADDED TO LIST OF LOST IS ALBERT MALLET, A TRAVELLER
20th April 1912
MONTREAL, April 20.- The disaster to the Titanic was brought poignantly home to Montrealers today by the arrival in the city of some of the Montreal survivors. At ten o'clock yesterday morning a special train pulled into the Grand Trunk st...
Newark Evening News
FATHER AND BROTHER ON TITANIC'S DEATH LIST
30th April 1912
ROEBLING, April 30---In the death list of the Titanic Mrs. Olaf Swanberg of Third avenue, yesterday discovered the names of her father and brother among the third-class passengers who were lost. The brother, a prosperous settler in Minnesota, had re...
Worcester Evening Gazette
CARPATHIA'S CAPT. ALL WORN OUT
20th April 1912
Article...
North American
TITANIC DISASTER PROVES AID TO WOMAN
3rd May 1912
Twice Debarred, Embarking on Fated Liner, Enters on Carpathia --- DODGES ELLIS ISLAND --- Special Dispatch to The North American --- ALLENTOWN, Pa., May 2---That it is an ill wind that blows nobody any good w...
A LIFEBOAT AT THE SIDE OF THE CARPATHIA
 
A LIFEBOAT AT THE SIDE OF THE CARPATHIA

In the early hours of 15 April lifeboat 11 and another lifeboat ties up alongside the Carpathia....
 
MRS WEISZ ON THE CARPATHIA

Mrs Weisz could speak French and second class survivor Juliette Laroche met her on the Carpathia. Her daughter, Louise Laroche, remembered Mrs Weisz well. She was a strong character and on the Carpathia, she cried after her husband: "Mon pauvre Léopo...
TITANIC LIFEBOATS APPROACH THE CARPATHIA
 
TITANIC LIFEBOATS APPROACH THE CARPATHIA

Painting by Colin Campbell Cooper...
Newark Star
MR. STENGEL SENDS WORD HE IS SAFE
18th April 1912
Nothing Heard of Three Other Essex Men Who Were on Doomed Ship --- Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel were rejoiced yesterday when a wireless message was received from Mr. Ivan Stengel stating that his father and ...
Associated Press
PROFOUND GRIEF FELT OVER PARIS - LADY DUFF GORDON AND HER HUSBAND PROBABLY AMONG THE DEAD
16th April 1912
By Associated Press. Paris, April 16. - The American colony in Paris was plunged into profound grief by definite news of the stupendous loss of life caused by the wreck of the Titanic. Hundreds of prominent American residents and Ameri...
San Francisco Examiner
SACRAMENTO PAIR IN PASSENGER LIST
16th April 1912
Special Dispatch to "The Examiner." SACRAMENTO, APRIL 15. - Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hold of this city were passengers on the Titanic. They were returning from a visit to Mrs. Hold's father a...
TITANIC BLUEPRINT
 
TITANIC BLUEPRINT

"R.M.S. Titanic" Harland & Wolff design dept schematic scale blueprint of "Titanic's" plumbing & water systems. Approx 9ft x 20ins. This drawing was the personal property of W.D. Wilson esq....
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...
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...
 
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...
The Times
HAROLD COTTAM (1)
31st May 1984
Obituary...
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 ...
WHY THE TITANIC DID NOT LIST
Titanica!
WHY THE TITANIC DID NOT LIST
30th April 2003
Eqab S. Al-Otaibi
Eqab S Al-Otaibi NS 415 Titanic Supervised by Captain C. Weeks The list of any ship is due to either a negative initial stability (GM, metacentric height) or off center weight. So the list is due to internal force. Off center weight i...
Washington Herald
W. B. SILVEY KNOWN HERE
19th April 1912
Missing Titanic Passenger's Family Prominent in Army --- William B. Silvey, who is one of the missing passengers of the ill-fated Titanic, is well known in Washington. His father was a lieutenant colonel in the First United States Arti...
The Times
THE CARPATHIA TORPEDOED
20th July 1918
The Cunard steamer Carpathia was sunk by an enemy torpedo in the Atlantic, west of Ireland, last Wednesday while on the outward voyage. Survivors state that the vessel was sunk by a German submarine at about 9:15 on Wednesday morning....
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
TITANIC: MORE BODIES FOUND: FIFTEEN IDENTIFIED
23rd April 1912
The White Star Line this morning made public the following wireless communication, giving the names in the additional list of those recovered in the Titanic disaster:...
Chicago Daily News
LINER OLYMPIC HITS A WRECK
27th February 1912
Ship Due at Southampton on Its Way To Belfast for Repairs. Belfast, Ireland, Feb. 27---The White Star liner Olympic, which left New York on Wednesday and was due in Southampton today, stru...
Corriere della Sera
ITALIANS SHIPWRECKED
19th April 1912
Page 5 [Translation] London, 17 April, night Italians aboard the Titanic numbered more than 50: two restaurant's directors L. Gatti, 36 years, and F. Scavino, two superintendents, Giuseppe Bochet, from s...
ROGER BRICOUX ON THE CARPATHIA
 
ROGER BRICOUX ON THE CARPATHIA
17th March 1912
Letter sent by cellist on 17 March 1912...
Newark Evening News
WIRELESS FROM THE STENGELS
17th April 1912
First Direct Personal Message Received from Jersey Folk in the Disaster ---------- BOTH ON THE CARPATHIA ---------- Direct intelligence from Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel, of this city, now on the rescue ship Carpathia, was received h...
Washington Herald
CAPT. ROSTRON TELLS OF RESCUE
19th April 1912
CAPT. R. [sic] H. ROSTRON
The Chief Officer of Carpathia Relates His Thrilling Experiences --- SIGHTED AT DAYLIGHT --- By CAPT. R. [sic] H. ROSTRON --- Statement by the captain of the Cunard steamship Carpathia, rescuer of the Titanic...
 
MARCONIGRAMS
18th April 1912
Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Boultons, Upper Holloway, London. ''Inform friends safe Carpathia, arrange Baggage insurance. - Collett.'' Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Collett, Baptist Parsonage, Port Byron New York. ''Saf...
Brooklyn Daily Times
MRS. CORNELL IS SISTER OF PROMINENT MAGISTRATE
16th April 1912
Mrs. R. C. Cornell, wife of the Magistrate, was also a Titanic passenger....
The New York Times
THINKS TIMES LIST SAVED FATHER'S LIFE
21st April 1912
Survivor Says Aged Man Got Hope from Interpretation of Faulty Wireless Message --- 'WILLIAMS' MEANT 'WILHEMS' --- ...
Washington Times
MISS GRACIE HEARS FATHER IS AMONG PASSENGERS SAVED
16th April 1912
Capital Resident Said to Be Aboard the Carpathia With Others Taken From the Titanic --- STEAMER IS NOW HEADED FOR SOME AMERICAN PORT --- Col. Archibald Gracie, 1627 Sixteenth street, is saved from the wreck of the Titanic ...
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...
Rahway Daily Record
NO TRACE IS FOUND OF KEEFE'S BODY
26th April 1912
Survivor of Titanic Wreck Tells of Being With Him In a Life Boat ---------- It had for several days been hoped that among the bodies recovered from the wreck of the Titanic would be found that of Arthur Keefe. This hope is now ...
New York Times
MEDALS FOR RESCUING CREW
23rd April 1912
Bill Introduced in House to Decorate Men on the Carpathia --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 22---Representative Francis of Ohio to-day introduced a resolution calling for Federal recognition and deco...
New York Times
OVERCOME BY GOOD NEWS
17th April 1912
One of the first to appear at the office of the (White Star) company was Edward Frauenthal, of 786 Lexington Ave., who had two brothers on the Titanic, Dr. Hyman and J.C. Frauenthal. Both are reported saved. When he was told that his brothers' names ...
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, ...
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...
Newark Evening News
MORE FROM JERSEY MAY HAVE PERISHED IN SEA
20th April 1912
PATERSON, April 20---Some residents of this city and of Hawthorne fear that several persons near to them perished on the Titanic. The supposed victims are John Mechan, of this city; Arthur Ford, formerly of th...
Newton Abbot Western Guardian
GEORGE FOX HOSKING NOT SAVED
25th April 1912
Captain and Mrs. Hosking of Shaldon have received a telegram from Mr. Bock, Captain Hosking’s cousin in America, who had travelled about 300 miles to meet Mr. George Fox Hosking, the Senior Third Engineer on the ‘Titanic’ who he was hoping woul...
The Evening Telegram
GEORGE GRAHAM : AGONIZED WAITING IN TORONTO FOR THE SHIP THAT PASSED IN THE NIGHT
16th April 1912
A husband nearing home, a wife receiving with joy the message that assured her of her husband's welfare. Then the news which has been received with deepest sadness by the whole world......
 
CHICAGOANS SEEK SURVIVORS
19th April 1912
At the local White Star office inquiries were made today for Katherine McCarthy by her brother, John McCarthy, 4634 Wallace street, who is certain she was a passenger on the Titanic and was coming to Chicago. Information regarding Nora Cummin...
Chicago Daily Tribune
OAK PARK TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
(Photo: Mrs F. R. Kenyon) A letter written on board the Carpathia was received yesterday by Mrs. George P. Baldwin, 309 Linden avenue, Oak Park, announcing the death of F. R. Kenyon and the safety of Mrs. Kenyon, sister of Mrs. Baldwin...
Corriere della Sera
STILL MISSING A COMPLETE LIST OF THE ITALIAN'S SHIPWREKED
18th April 1912
Page B07 [Translation] The enrolment of the waiters for the "Titanic" London, 17 April, night Till midnight no one new list of the survivors has reached, so except for Portaluppi and Pera...
LIFEBOATS FROM TITANIC REACH THE CARPATHIA
 
LIFEBOATS FROM TITANIC REACH THE CARPATHIA
15th April 1912
PHOTOGRAPH OF TITANIC FIRST CLASS PASSENGER DR MAX STAEHELIN
 
PHOTOGRAPH OF TITANIC FIRST CLASS PASSENGER DR MAX STAEHELIN

Photograph of Titanic first class passenger Dr Max Staehelin...
Chicago Tribune
OAK PARK WOMAN TITANIC SURVIVOR
21st April 1912
LETTER SENT BY TITANIC SURVIVOR WHILE ABOARD THE CARPATHIA SENT TO SISTER IN OAK PARK A letter written on board the Carpathi...
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...
Chicago Record-Herald
NEW NAMES ADDED TO THOSE ON BOARD THE TITANIC - SOME LIVE.
17th April 1912
SOME NOT INCLUDED IN LISTS ___________ New Names Added to Those on Board The Titanic—Some Live....
Newark Evening News
JERSEY DEATH ROLL DETAILS
19th April 1912
Besides Residents of This State, Many Victims Had Connections Here ---------- ANGUISH OF THE RELATIVES ---------- In addition to the New Jersey residents who lost their lives in the disaster, fourteen more who met death had friends and r...
BRIDE BEING TAKEN FROM CARPATHIA
Evening Bulletin
BRIDE BEING TAKEN FROM CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
Second Wireless Operator of the Titanic...
The Gazette (Montreal)
LAURENTIC'S RECEPTION
11th May 1909
The first of the official receptions on the White Star-Dominion R. M. S. Laurentic takes place today, when a luncheon will be provided, to which the following, amongst others, are the invited guests: Sir Wilfred Laurier, ...
North American
NORTH WALES PEOPLE NOT AMONG SURVIVORS
23rd April 1912
Messages received yesterday by James W. Van Billiard, burgess of North Wales, indicated that there is little hope for the safety of his son, Austin Van Billiard, and two grandchildren, who were passengers on the Titanic, and who are believed to have ...
New York Times
REWARD CARPATHIA'S CREW
11th June 1912
White Star Line Makes Gifts---Cunard to Claim No Damages --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, June 10---The White Star Line has announced that the Cunard Company has acceded to ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
ICEBERG THAT SANK TITANIC
19th April 1912
400 Feet Long and 90 Feet High, Says Carpathia Physician...
New York Times
LOST TWO IN IROQUOIS FIRE
17th April 1912
Daughters of Rescued Titanic Passenger Killed in Chicago Holocaust --- Special to The New York Times --- CHICAGO, Ill., April 16---Mrs. Ida S. Hippach, wife of L. A. Hippach, manufacturer, of 7,352 Sheridan Road, and Miss ...
Chicago Examiner
NOT LOCKED IN CABIN ON CARPATHIA, SAYS ISMAY
1st May 1912
I know that my personal conduct has been made the subject of a lot of unfavorable comment, and I court the fullest inquiry at the hands of your committee or any one else who has the right to ask such questions.  So far as the Carpathia is ...
Washington Times
LIST OF WASHINGTONIANS ON FATED STEAMER GROWS
16th April 1912
As the list of passengers sailing from Southampton on the Titanic last Wednesday is made more complete, the list of Washingtonians known to have been on board grows larger. The list now contains the names of five Washingtonians who make this city the...
Daily Home News
MR. SILVEY LOST WHEN WIFE WAS SAVED
19th April 1912
With the landing of the Carpathia last night came final confirmation of the sad news that William B. Silvey, brother of Mrs. Fred Deshler, formerly of this city, now of Washington, was lost with the Titanic. Mrs. Silvey was taken off in a lifeboat a...
Chicago Daily Tribune
STORY OF TITANIC RESCUE BY A CHICAGOAN
20th April 1912
Dr. Frank Blackmarr Tells Scenes When Survivors Reached Carpathia...
Chicago Daily Journal
I'M STARVED WAS ISMAY'S FIRST WORD
19th April 1912
"For God's sake get me something to eat. I'm starved. I don't care what it costs or what it is, bring it to me."...
Chicago Record Herald
NONE PICKED UP CELTIC
23rd April 1912
General Passenger Agent Jeffries of the White Star Line today denied the report that an officer and woman steerage passenger of the Titanic were picked up by the Celtic, which arrived in this city on Saturday morning, as related in a dispatch l...
Daily Home News
HOME NEWS GAVE CITY FIRST NEWS OF CARPATHIA'S LANDING
19th April 1912
New Brunswick received the news of the landing of the Carpathia with the rescued Titanic passengers, from the Home News last night. The details of the landing and the passengers’ stories of the disaster, were wired to this office direct, and other bu...
Evanston Daily News
NO EVANSTONIANS ABOARD
16th April 1912
There were no Evanstonians aboard the ship. Arthur Ryerson and family, formerly of Lake Forest and well known in local social circles were among the passengers. All are reported saved except Mr. Ryerson.  Mrs. Ida S. Hippach and daughter Jean...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
TELLS OF WOMEN PULLING AT OARS
19th April 1912
Page 1 Youngstown Woman Relates Story of Escape from Sinking Titanic Men Tire and Passengers Row Boats to Safety From Disaster From reports received from the steamer Carpathia when it docked at New York ...
Chicago Daily Journal
THOMAS WHITELEY : WIRELESS OPERATOR DIES
19th April 1912
Philips, the first Marconi operator aboard the Titanic, stuck to his post until the last, jumped from the sinking ship, was taken aboard the life-raft and died before rescuers reached him, according to the story told here today by Thomas Whitely. ...
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...
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 ...
CARPATHIA WIRELESS OPERATOR HAROLD COTTAM
The Evening Telegram
CARPATHIA WIRELESS OPERATOR HAROLD COTTAM
22nd April 1912
Wireless Operator on the "Carpathia," who "Providentially" Caught the 'Titanic's Distress Call.' ...
Washington Times
SENATOR GUGGENHEIM FEARFUL THAT HIS BROTHER IS DEAD
16th April 1912
Senator Simon Guggenheim of Colorado waited eagerly and anxiously today for some word that would indicate the fate of his brother, Benjamin, who was a Titanic passenger. Senator Guggenheim this forenoon had not given up all hope, but he was fearful t...
Worcester Telegram
MRS. CHARLES ASPLUND AND THREE CHILDREN ARE SAVED
18th April 1912
Her Husband and Two of Their Sons Are Believed to Be Among Those Lost on the Titanic, Though Names Sent Show Slight Varience Charles Asplund, formerly of Worcester, his son Carl, 6 years old, and a baby boy 2 years old, are pro...
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. ...
ALFRED NOURNEY : TITANIC TELEGRAM
 
ALFRED NOURNEY : TITANIC TELEGRAM

Wolff Cöln Sachsenring Titanic gesunken! Gerettet an Bord von Carpathia. Cunard Line. Vollständig mittel und kleiderlos. Alfred (Titanic sunk! Saved on board Cunard Line Carpathia. Completely dest...
 
BRAVERY AWARD
1st April 2005
Trevor M. Bailey
Ernest G F Brown...
 
TITANIC RELIEF FUND –CREW “MASTER LIST” CASE NUMBERS
29th April 2006
Lester Mitcham
The assignment of Case Numbers has I understand always proved to be frustratingly difficult owing to the loss of so much of the original documentation including it seems the Master List of Case Numbers.- ...
Mid Cumberland and Westmoreland Herald
UNKNOWN TITLE (5)
20th April 1912
Another Cumberland man who appears on the list of the crew is J. Shepherd, the junior assistant second engineer. He cannot be traced at the moment, as the name of the town from which he came is not stated. His age is given as 35....
Worcester Evening Gazette
SAFETY OF FORMER RESIDENTS OF WORCESTER CAUSES WORRY AMONG FRIENDS IN THIS CITY
17th April 1912
Believing that Charles Asplund and family, formerly of Worcester, were on board the ill-fated Titanic when it foundered., Charles E. Carlson of 193 Vernon street, left Worcester today for New York to make inquiries concerning the fate of the family, ...
Chicago Daily Tribune
STORY OF RESCUE BY A CHICAGOAN
20th April 1912
Dr. Frank Blackmarr Tells Scenes When Survivors Reached Carpathia WOMEN AT BOAT OARS Spot Where the Titanic Went Down Covered with All Sorts of Debris BY DR. FRANK BLACKMARR OF CHICAGO (A passeng...
Southport Guardian
THE TITANIC : ANOTHER SOUTHPORT VICTIM
24th April 1912
Southport has a more than pathetic interest in the loss of the Titanic in that several of the crew and passengers had local connections. On Saturday we had to record the names of Mr. W. Ennis and Mr. J. Walpole, members of the crew, as being am...
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......
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...
Washington Post
TITANIC'S WIRELESS CHIEF DIED ON A LIFERAFT
20th April 1912
New York. April 19.—Philips [sic], the first Marconi operator aboard the Titanic, stuck to his post till the last, jumped from the sinking ship, was taken aboard the life raft, and died before rescuers reached him, according to th...
UNIDENTIFIED TITANIC SURVIVORS ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse
UNIDENTIFIED TITANIC SURVIVORS ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
27th September 1956
This picture, supposedly of unidentified Titanic survivors on board the Carpathia, was published in Switzerland in 1956....
New York Times
MR. GOLDENBERG EXPLAINS IT
25th April 1912
Says His "Titanic Baggage" Was Purchased on Board Carpathia --- Samuel L Goldenberg of the lace importing house of Goldenberg Bros. & Co.,108 Fifth Avenue, who is among the survivors of the Titanic disaster, explained to THE TIMES ye...
New-York Tribune
MORGAN COMING ON OLYMPIC
20th July 1912
Gives Boost to Line Whose Titanic Went to the Bottom --- J. P. Morgan, who organized the International Mercantile Marine Company, is giving a moral boost to the White Star Line, whose steamship Titanic went to ...
Jersey Journal
BAYONNE MAN SAVED, HOBOKEN BOY LOST
18th April 1912
Joy and Sorrow in Hudson County Homes---Son of Victim Temporarily Insane from Grief ---------- With the latest revision of the lists of saved and lost from the Titanic disaster, joy and sorrow were brought to several ho...
Newark Evening News
FEAR ANOTHER NEWARKER GONE
17th April 1912
---------- Augustus Smith, Passenger on Titanic, Whose Name Is Not Among Saved. ---------- HAYS ALSO AMONG MISSING ---------- The name of Augustus Smith, twenty-two years old, of 59 Halsey street, was added ...
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...
BERTHE LEROY WEARING CARPATHIA BROOCH
 
BERTHE LEROY WEARING CARPATHIA BROOCH

Berthe is shown wearing the Carpathia brooch. ...
Belfast Newsletter
BELFAST AND THE DISASTER
23rd April 1912
A local member of the crew of the Titanic...
Denver Post
LADY DUFF-GORDON AND HUSBAND AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
New York, April 17--When the first passenger list of the Titanic was published in Monday's papers there was much curiosity over the identity of "Mr. and Mrs. Morgan," who were named as among those on board. The reporters on duty at the offices of the...
Camden Post-Telegram
CAMDEN MAN MOURNS BROTHERS ON TITANIC
20th April 1912
Edgar and Fred. Giles Were Bound for This City From England to Make Home With Their Brother William, Who Hourly Expects Word That His Aged Father is Dead --- Bound for this city from England to make their home here with their brother, E...
TITANIC PASSENGER TICKET REVENUES
Titanica!
TITANIC PASSENGER TICKET REVENUES
18th November 2002
Captain Charles B. Weeks
On (p. 58) of The Great Liners Melvin Maddocks says with regard to Steerage passengers ”… they represented one third of the revenues of the shipping companies, and accounted for more than half the profits.” John Malcol...
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...
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...
 
MARCONIGRAMS (1)
18th April 1912
Marconigram dated 18th April 1912 to: Mr. J. Rosenshine, 1 W. 92nd Street, New York City. ''Am safe - Pray God George was rescued by another boat with rest of men. Arrive Carpathia. Mabelle Thorne.'' Marconigram sent 18th April 1912 to: Mrs. J. Co...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
SIXTEEN OHIOANS ARE STILL MISSING
18th April 1912
Page 1 Reports Fails to Account for All of State's Representatives on Titanic Relatives of Passengers Watch for Word of Loved Ones "Missing" still stands against the names of sixteen of the forty-four Ti...
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 ...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
LEARNS SISTER WAS LOST ON FATED TITANIC (1)
19th April 1912
[The beginning of this article appears under Julia Barry's ET entry.] Overcome with grief at the loss of his wife and two children, who were on their way from England to join him in this country, Benjamin Peacock left his boarding plac...
Trenton Evening Times
GIVE UP HOPE FOR ROEBLING AND BLACKWELL
18th April 1912
Failure to receive word from either Washington A. Roebling II or Stephen W. Blackwell, following the arrival of the Carpathia with the Titanic’s survivors in New York tonight seems to confirm what has been generally believed from the first, that thes...
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 ...
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. ...
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...
New York Times
MME. AUBART RETURNS TO FRANCE
3rd May 1912
{Note: This is an excerpt from a longer article, headlined "SEES SOCIAL CHANGES," reporting on an interview with another Adriatic passenger, unrelated to Titanic or Mme. Aubart.} Mrs. N. Aubart, a young Frenchwoman who was a survivor o...
Newark Star
THREE OF TEN JERSEY PASSENGERS ARE SAFE
17th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel and Henry Blank Reported Among Those Rescued from the Titanic Wreck --- Up to a late hour last night only three of the ten New Jersey passengers on the Titanic were definitely known to be among the survi...
Atlanta Constitution
MRS. MAY FUTRELLE'S ACCOUNT
26th April 1912
It came my turn to get into a boat, it was the last, or next to the last lifeboat launched. Mr. Ismay was not in it, nor anywhere around....
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 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. ...
St. Paul Daily News
TITANIC VICTIMS DIED OF HUNGER
17th May 1912
- Tooth marks on cork and collapsible lifeboat tell grim tale - Liner found three - New York, May 16.- Bits of cork in their mouths and tooth marks on the cork and wood portions of the boat indicated that starvation killed the three T...
Western Times
DEVON LADY TELLS HER STORY OF “TITANIC” DISASTER
13th May 1912
EXCITING TIME Miss Susie Webber, second cabin passenger, who was rescued from the “Titanic” send us the following account of her experiences:       ...
Evening World
TWO SURVIVORS CALL ON MAYOR TO ASK RELIEF
22nd April 1912
Steerage Passenger and Sailor Referred to Red Cross Managers of Fund Two survivors of the Titanic called on Mayor Gaynor to-day. One is a sailor who was assigned to help man a lifeboat, the other a steerage passenger who, wearing a li...
New York Times
12 DEAD IN CEDAR RAPIDS
24th May 1919
Wrecking crews today and tonight searched the debris for the bodies of twenty more employees believed buried...
ON BOARD RMS TITANIC : MEMORIES OF THE MAIDEN VOYAGE
Titanic Review
ON BOARD RMS TITANIC : MEMORIES OF THE MAIDEN VOYAGE
12th February 2012
Peter Engberg
Peter Engberg reviews George Behe's compilation of letters written aboard RMS Titanic...
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....
 
MR WILLIAM ANGLE & MRS FLORENCE AGNES ANGLE NEE HUGHES

Marion James
Mr William ANGLE & Mrs Florence Agnes ANGLE nee HUGHES Researching Mr William ANGLE I have been able to trace the following information. William Angl...
MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH
Washington Herald
MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH
21st April 1912
MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH Daughter of Henry Siegel, the millionaire merchant. She was brought in on the Carpathia with the rest of the survivors. In relating her exxperiences she said: "There were many lifeboats preparing to be launched w...
Waterford News
ASPERSION CAST ON FRANK DWAN
19th April 1912
Linked to thefts at Bonmahon Mines...
Washington Times
W. B. SILVEY'S DAUGHTER TRIES TO ENCOURAGE HER GRIEVING GRANDMOTHER
17th April 1912
"Daddy may be safe aboard some ship." This little ray of hope, coming in a letter from Miss Melville Silvey, the seventeen-year-old daughter of William B. Silvey, who is believed lost in the Titanic disaster, was extended today to Mrs. William Beard...
THE WILLIAM PERINES CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Berkshire County Eagle
THE WILLIAM PERINES CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY
29th January 1947
newspaper photo...
New-York Tribune
TITANIC PASSENGER SUES
3rd August 1912
Wants $25,000 for Lost Jewels---Mrs. Astor Saved Him --- [By Telegraph to The Tribune] --- Philadelphia, Aug. 2--- Hadne Mamee, a cabin passenger saved from the Titanic, to-day sued the White Star Line fo...
Washington Times
NOTHING YET HEARD FROM MRS. CANDEE
18th April 1912
Daughter Willl Meet Her On Her Arrival On the Carpathia --- Friends of Mrs. Helen C. Candee, who lived at 1718 Rhode Island avenue until her departure for Europe, nearly a year ago, and who is reported saved from the Titanic, had heard ...
Virginia Pilot
MRS. CELINEY DECKER, 69, SURVIVOR OF LINER 'TITANIC'
11th March 1966
NORFOLK--Mrs. Celiney Alexander Decker, 69, of 1158 Larchmont Crescent, who as a 15-year-old immigrant bride from Lebanon survived the sinking of the passenger liner Titanic in 1912, died Thursday at 5:30 P.M. in a hospital. Only one other ...
THE STATISTICS OF THE DISASTER
Titanica!
THE STATISTICS OF THE DISASTER
14th February 2001
Lester Mitcham
An in-depth analysis of the number of Titanic passengers lost and saved....
Surrey Advertiser and County Times
MR. AND MRS. HARVEY COLLYER
20th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Collyer and their little daughter. Mother and daughter saved; Mr. Collyer missing. Mr. Collyer's parents live in Leatherhead, Surrey. Leatherhead passengers One taken and two left. Among the passengers were Mr. ...
 
TITANIC VICTIMS BURIED AT MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY

The Titanic plot at the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia was intended for Catholic victims of the Titanic. Row 1 ...
MOLLY BROWN AND CAPTAIN ROSTRON
 
MOLLY BROWN AND CAPTAIN ROSTRON
1912
Margaret 'Molly' Brown presenting a loving cup to Captain Arthur Rostron...
THE TITANIC & THE BATTLE FOR THE HIGH SEAS: CUNARD V. WHITE STAR LINE
Titanic Stories
THE TITANIC & THE BATTLE FOR THE HIGH SEAS: CUNARD V. WHITE STAR LINE
16th May 2011
White Star Line and Cunard compete for passenger trade across the Atlantic....
New York Times
MARGARET MOORE, 83, SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
27th April 1976
Margaret Graham Moore of Greenwich, Conn., a passenger on the Titanic when the ship sank on her maiden voyage in April 1912, died in Greenwich Hospital yesterday. She was 83 years old. The 882-foot luxury liner, crowded with celebriti...
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 ...
Western Morning News
FROM THE WESTCOUNTRY
20th April 1912
Captain and Mrs. T. Hoskings (sic), 17, The Green, Shaldon, received a telegram yesterday from Mr. Bock (the former’s cousin), now in America, to the effect that he had travelled down to New York, 300 miles from his home, hoping to meet their son amo...
New York Times
J. P. MORGAN SAILS; IS GOING TO EGYPT
31st December 1911
No Worry in Washington, Where He Is to Testify Some Time About Steel and Money --- NOT ON PASSENGER LIST --- Lords Deceis [sic; should be "Decies"] and Camoys, with Their American Brides, Also on th...
 
THE CARPATHIA RETURNS TO NEW YORK, 18TH APRIL 1912

The Carpathia Returns to New York, 18th April 1912...
 
THE CARPATHIA RETURNS TO NEW YORK, 18TH APRIL 1912 (1)

The Carpathia Returns to New York, 18th April 1912...
 
THE CARPATHIA RETURNS TO NEW YORK, 18TH APRIL 1912 (2)

The Carpathia Returns to New York, 18th April 1912...
Worcester Telegram
WALTER PORTER AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC
16th April 1912
Miss. Carrie Endres Sister of Worcester Man Also on Board Lost Liner When The Telegram informed Mrs. Albert J. Gifford, 9 King street last night that the 318(?) saloon passengers on the wrecked Titanic had been reported saved and would...
 
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 ...
The San Francisco Call
WALTER M. CLARK A PASSENGER
16th April 1912
Walter M. Clark of Los Angeles, son of J. Ross Clark, the railroad official of that city and a well known figure in San Francisco as well as in the southern metropolis, was a passenger on the Titanic and supposedly is among those lost. ...
New York Times
AUDIENCE CHEERS ROSTRON
31st May 1912
Carpathia's Captain and His Officers Get an Ovation at the Winter Garden --- New Yorkers had an opportunity last night to show the esteem in which Capt. Rostron and the other members of the ship's company of the Carpathia have been held...
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 ...
TITANIC : TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY
Titanic Review
TITANIC : TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY
8th December 2011
Senan Molony
The third edition of the seminal reference book on the Titanic...
The Scotsman
STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER
17th April 1912
In the House of Commons yesterday Lord Charles Beresford (U, Portsmouth) asked the President of the Board of Trade whether there was any later news as to the Titanic. The Prime Minister, who replied, said the news received by th...
TITANIC SURVIVORS
Titanic Stories
TITANIC SURVIVORS
30th September 2011
Titanic Stories
A first class passenger, second officer and fireman recall the moments leading up to Titanic finally going down. ...
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...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
AWAIT COMING OF CARPATHIA WITH RESCUED
18th April 1912
Relatives of Titanic Passengers Here Grief-Stricken Because of Suspense. ---------- SISTER OF ENGINEER SUFFERS NERVOUS SHOCK ---------- Almost crazed by grief and anxiety over the fate of relatives who are known to have be...
The Times
ON BOARD THE CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
HOW THE PASSENGERS WERE RECEIVED A passenger on board the Carpathia made the following statement:- I was awakened at 12.30 in the morning by a commotion on the decks which seemed unus...
 
CARPATHIA LEAVES SITE FOR NEW YORK
15th April 1912
DISCRETIONS AND INDISCRETIONS
 
DISCRETIONS AND INDISCRETIONS

The autobiography of couturière and first class Titanic passenger Lady Duff Gordon published in 1932...
South Bucks Standard
LUCILLE CARTER : LOCAL CHAT
18th April 1912
Amongst the passengers on the ill-fated “Titanic” were Miss Lucille Carter (a pupil at Wycombe Abbey) and her parents, and brother. Happily their names appear in the list of the saved. ...
Worcester Telegram
STEAD AND ASTOR CLING TO RAFT
20th April 1912
New York, April 19- One version of the deaths of John Jacob Astor and William T. Stead was told by Philip Mock, who, with his sister, Mrs.Paul Schabert, were among the survivors. "Many men were hanging on to rafts in the sea," said Mr....
Washington Times
SENATOR GUGGENHEIM GOES TO NEW YORK TO MEET CARPATHIA
17th April 1912
Senator Simon Guggenheim of Colorado, all but despairing of getting any news from his brother Benjamin, who is believed lost with the Titanic, departed for New York this morning to await the arrival of the Carpathia. He has only the faintest hope tha...
 
CARPATHIA ARRIVES IN NEW YORK WITH TITANIC SURVIVORS
18th April 1912
Le Journal
MRS MARVIN
20th April 1912
When the Carpathia docked, Mrs. Marvin, who was on her honeymoon trip, fainted when she learnt that there was no hope for her husband to be alive. When she was placed into a lifeboat, her husband simply told her: "Everything is going to be fine, youn...
The San Francisco Call
SEATTLE MAN ON LINER
16th April 1912
SEATTLE, April 15 - Hugh R. Rood, vice president and general manager of the Pacific Creosoting company, whose name appears in the list of the Titanic's passengers, is a wealthy Seattle man who had been spending the winter on the continent w...
 
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....
SURVIVOR FROM “TITANIC”
Hampshire Chronicle
SURVIVOR FROM “TITANIC”
27th April 1912
A Newhaven A.B. Who Has Faced Many Perils of the Deep Mr Will Clifford Weller, who was an able...
New York Herald
SILENCE ENJOINED ON MANY SURVIVORS
19th April 1912
Officers of the Titanic Taken from the Carpathia Secretly by Third Class Passengers' Gangway Mrs. Antoinette Fliggenheim, who would not give her address, but friends who met her at the pier said she was Philadelphia, made the statemen...
NEWS PHOTO OF SIDNEY STUART COLLETT TAKEN ABOARD CARPATHIA
 
NEWS PHOTO OF SIDNEY STUART COLLETT TAKEN ABOARD CARPATHIA
1912
NEWS PHOTO OF SIDNEY STUART COLLETT TAKEN ABOARD CARPATHIA (1)
 
NEWS PHOTO OF SIDNEY STUART COLLETT TAKEN ABOARD CARPATHIA (1)
1912
New York Evening Post
ISMAY AS BEHR SAW HIM
1912
ISMAY AS BEHR SAW HIM...
Hudson Observer
JERSEY CITY MAN HEARS FATHER AND SISTER ARE SAFE
17th April 1912
Among the passengers aboard the ill-fated steamer Titanic were MissGertrude Myles, of 266 Grove street, Jersey City, and her father,Thomas F. Myles, of Cambridge, Mass., who was her companion on a trip toLondon. Frederick Myles...
Hampshire Post
MRS COGHLAN
19th April 1912
Also on board is Mrs. Coghlan, of Beach Road, and who is on board as a First Class Stewardess. Mrs. Coghlan who is engaged under the name of Miss Annie Martin is among the official list of those missing and much sympathy is felt for ...
Chicago Daily Tribune
UNKNOWN TITLE (4)
18th April 1912
Mrs. F. R. Kenyon of New York, whose name appears on the survivors' list, is a sister of Mrs. George P. Baldwin of Oak Park. Mrs. Kenyon was accompanied by her husband, but he is not mentioned as saved. He was formerly associated with Charles G. Stev...
Daily Herald
AFTER 72 YRS., TITANIC SURVIVOR TALKS TO PRESS ABOUT FATAL NIGHT
15th April 1984
Kris Kopp
Titanic passenger Annie McGowan relates the story of her escape in a newspaper article from 1984....
 
JOHN MONTGOMERY SMART GENERAL INFORMATION

Mr. Smart was the president of the American Cold Storage and Shipping Co., and lived at the Victoria Hotel in New York. When he travelled to England, he simply checked out of the hotel, and took all of his personal belongings with him. Some of ...
FR BYLES
 
FR BYLES

In Memoriam card for second class passenger Fr Byles...
MAJOR A. G. PEUCHEN, TORONTO
The Globe
MAJOR A. G. PEUCHEN, TORONTO
16th April 1912
Cabin Passenger on Titanic...
Jersey Journal
BROTHER CLAIMS DISTRACTED SON OF WRECK VICTIM
19th April 1912
Frederick Myles of 256 Grove Street, the young man who was picked up for safe keeping Wednesday night by Patrolman May of the City Hall station, grief-stricken because of the loss of his father, Thomas F. Myles, in the Titanic...
THE LOSS OF THE SS TITANIC
 
THE LOSS OF THE SS TITANIC
1912
Lawrence Beesley
Read the full text of Lawrence Beesley's classic account of the Titanic sinking...
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 ...
Chicago American
OLYMPIC BARRED SENDING TITANIC NEWS BY WIRELESS
24th April 1912
By wireless to Glace Bay, N. S. --- Edward L. Doheny of Los Angeles, a passenger on the Olympic, says that a bulletin stating that all the Titanic passengers were safe, was po...
New York Times
NEWS FOR DOG FANCIERS
2nd April 1916
The French Bulldog Club of America will hold a two days show at the Hotel McAlpin, May 12 and 13, at which the international judge, S. L. Goldenberg, President of the Savoie and Nice Kennel Clubs, will officiate.  The list of trophies comprises ma...
Western Times
ALICE PHILLIPS LETTER DESCRIBES SINKING OF TITANIC
7th May 1912
Vivid word picture of the “Titanic” wreck by an Ilfracombe survivor....
Dowagiac Daily News
CARPATHIA LANDS IN NEW YORK CITY AND THE BISHOPS WIRE THEY'RE SAFE
19th April 1912
Mrs. Bishop Is First Lady to Leave the Wrecked Ocean Liner SEND A WIRELESS First Direct Tidings Came Last Night, and Again This Morning They Send a Message Home --------------- Mr. and Mr...
MOTORING WITH ALGIE BARKWORTH
 
MOTORING WITH ALGIE BARKWORTH

Algernon Henry Wilson Barkworth was a first class passenger on the Titanic. This picture was owned by his longtime butler....
ONLY KNOWN PORTRAIT OF TITANIC SURVIVOR ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM
Berliner Lokalanzeiger
ONLY KNOWN PORTRAIT OF TITANIC SURVIVOR ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM
1912
The photograph, printed in Berliner Lokalanzeiger (1912) is currently the only known image of this elusive Titanic passenger. ...
Newark Evening News
WILDWOOD MAN THOUGHT LOST
18th April 1912
WILDWOOD, April 18---Friends of Frederick Sutton, of this place, president of the West Jersey Electric Company, say that he is among those who perished in the Titanic disaster. His name [does not appear?] in the list of the saved. N...
New York Times
MRS. ASTOR
17th April 1912
William H. Force, father of Mrs. John Jacob Astor, remained up all night in hopes of getting news of his daughter and her husband. When he saw that Mrs. Astor's name was on the list of rescued he was overcome with joy. He lost no time...
 
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...
Lima News
OHIO WOMAN LOST BRIDEGROOM
23rd May 1953
Titanic Survivor Still Listed as Dead WARREN, O., May 23 (AP) --- Mrs Emil Nummi, who has lived here quietly for quarter of a century, still is listed among the 1,517 who were drowned 41 years ago when the English li...
Sheffield Daily Telegraph
FIRST CLASS HONOURMEN
19th June 1903
Mr Lawence Beesley, whose name appears in the Cambridge University Natural Science Tripos List, among the First Class Honourmen, is the third son of Mr. H. Beesley, of Broomgrove Road, late manager of the Capital and Counties Bank, Wirksworth. He was...
Newark Evening News
TWO TRENTON FAMILIES FEAR FATE OF YOUNG MEN
16th April 1912
Two prominent young Trentonians aboard the Titanic are Washington A. Roebling, second, and Stephen W. Blackwell, who were returning home from an automobile trip through Europe....
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
THE CUNARD STEAMER CARPATHIA
27th April 1903
From Wednesday morning until that of Saturday of last week a party of visitors, which included Sir William White (late Director of Naval Construction), Messrs Moorhouse and Maxwell (General Manager and a director of the Cunard Company), were carri...
Western Mail
SWANSEA VALLEY VICTIMS
20th April 1912
It now transpires that the Titanic has claimed another victim from the Swansea Valley. In addition to Mr. W. J. Rogers, whose name appeared in the list of passengers in the Western mail in the early part of the week, it seems that he was accompanied ...
Worcester Evening Post
NO HOPE FOR MORE SURVIVORS
16th April 1912
ST. JOHNS , N.F. April 16.- All hope that any of the passengers or members of the crew of the Titanic, other than those on the Carpathia, are alive was abandoned this afternoon. All the steamers which have been cruising in the vi...
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser
NANCARROW A PASSENGER ON TITANIC
18th April 1912
Mr. W. H. Nancarrow, an engine driver, who had previously been abroad, was returning to some friends. His wife and nine young children reside at Mount Charles, St Austell. ...
British Inquiry
BRITISH TITANIC INQUIRY TESTIMONY OF WALTER WYNN, QUARTERMASTER
20th May 1912
Examined by Mr. BUTLER ASPINALL. 13315. Were you serving as Quartermaster on the "Titanic" at the time of this accident? - I was. 13316. And I believe you were saved in boat 9, were you not?...
The Times
OTHER STATEMENTS BY SURVIVORS
20th April 1912
NEW YORK APRIL 19 The following further statements have been made by survivors:- Mr A.H.Barkworth, of Tranby House, East Yorkshire, sai...
Unidentified Newspaper
TRIBUTE PAID TO JOHN HARPER LOST ON THE TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Merrick Walker paid high tribute to the Rev. Harper, whose name appears among Titanic missing...
St. Ives Times & Express
MR. CARBINES INTERRED
10th May 1912
Through the courtesy of Mr. Carbines — brother of the late Mr. William Carbines, a passenger on the "Titanic" and who has only just arrived in St. Ives from America — we are able to give some information from a letter which Mr. William Cogar, loca...
THE TSS NOORDAM
 
THE TSS NOORDAM

Mr Reuchlin, 1st class Titanic passenger, received wireless messages from the Noordam....
New York Times
CAPT ROSTRON AT CONCERT
3rd June 1912
For the Benefit of Titanic's Musicians---Receives $10,000 To-day --- Capt. Arthur Henry Rostron of the Cunard liner Carpathia returned last night to the Carpathia after his trip to Philadelphia, where he had been the guest of Mrs. John ...
MAX FROLICHER
 
MAX FROLICHER

Photograph of first class passenger Maximilian Josef Frölicher-Stehli...
 
HUTCHINSON - BODY 170 (UNIDENTIFIED)

IT IS likely that body number 170 is that of Hutchinson. It was buried at sea. The estimated age was 25, and the corpse had keys marked "Carpenter's locker", with a wood rule, silver watch and chain. The Halifax Coroner's records ...
Devon and Exeter Gazette
THE TITANIC’S END : GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION BY WOMAN SURVIVOR
14th May 1912
Extract from a letter describing the last moments on the ill-fated Titanic...
Newark Star
SIX BULLET HOLES TITANIC MEMENTOES
23rd April 1912
Survivor Tells of Being Shot at by Officers While Entering Lifeboat --- WILKES BARRE, [sic] Pa., April 22---The story of having been shot at by officers on the Titanic when he sought to enter a lifeboat when the great liner was going...
TITANIC PASSENGERS PROMENADING ON THE BOAT DECK
 
TITANIC PASSENGERS PROMENADING ON THE BOAT DECK

Survivors Ada and Elsie Doling are accompanied by an male passenger, sometimes identified as Fred Wheeler....
New York Times
NO WIRELESS ORDER TO HOLD BACK NEWS
27th April 1912
Sea Gate Operator Explains the Messages to Bride and Cottam on the Carpathia --- SHIP THEN IN THE HARBOR --- "Keep Your Mouth Shut" Not Official, but Friendly Words of One Operator to Another ---...
New York Times
THE TITANIC (1)
4th May 1913
Col. Gracie’s Account of Last Year’s Sea Tragedy --- THE TRUTH ABOUT THE TITANIC. By Col. Archibald Gracie. Mitchell Kennerly. $1.25 --- When the Titanic went to the bottom of the Atlantic now more than a year ago it wa...
Washington Times
MRS. HENRY B. HARRIS SAVED FROM WRECK
18th April 1912
Little Hope Is Entertained For Recovery of Theatrical Promoter --- Two telegrams were received in Washington last night confirming previous reports that Mrs. Henry B. Harris, who was Miss Rene Wallack, [sic] was saved from the wreck of ...
Asbury Park Evening Press
LAKEWOOD WOMEN ARE AMONG SAVED
19th April 1912
In the list of survivors of the Titanic this morning, there is no mention of A. J. Compton, jr., one of the largest stockholders of the Laurel House company at Lakewood, and of the Waumbeck Hotel company of Jefferson, N. H. Mr. Compton’s mother, Mrs....
 
SISTER OF PLAINFIELD MAN SAVED LITTLE BOY
22nd April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wilson of Chestnut St. are home from New York where they had a meeting with Mr. Wilson's sister, Miss Helen Wilson, one of the survivors of the Titanic, who came in on the Carpathia. Miss Wilson is at the Hotel Seville, with Mr....
Cork Examiner
UNTITLED (1)
22nd April 1912
A list of survivors published today contains no reference to the names of Mr. Patrick Colbert, Kilconlea, Abbeyfeale (Not Limerick as given) Mr. James Scanlon, Rathkeale, nor of other young men said to have been on board from East and North Kerry. Pa...
New York Times
EDGAR J. MEYER ANOTHER HERO
23rd April 1912
Helped Mrs. Harris Into a Boat and Died with Her Husband --- Edgar J. Meyer is a name to be added to the list of those who perished nobly on the Titanic. His wife was saved. It has been impossible to interview her, but through ...
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. ...
HOME AND HEARTH, SHREWSBURY, MASSACHUSETTS
 
HOME AND HEARTH, SHREWSBURY, MASSACHUSETTS

The last Shrewsbury home...
NOTES ON LIFEBOAT LISTS
Titanica!
NOTES ON LIFEBOAT LISTS
11th July 1999
Peter Engberg
Explore the difficulties in producing a credible list of lifeboat placements....
Newark Evening News
TWO SURVIVORS WERE TO VISIT IN ARLINGTON
17th April 1912
Among those reported saved from the wreck of the Titanic are Mrs. Bessie Watt and her daughter, Miss Bertha Watt, of London, England, who were expected to visit Arlington as guests of Mrs. Etta Moore, of 58 Pavonia avenue. They left home to join Mrs...
New York Times
STATEMENT BY HAROLD BRIDE
19th April 1912
The following thrilling statement was dictated today by Mr. Bride, the assistant Marconi operator on board the Titanic, to the New York Times representative, in the presence of Mr. Marconi, who is now staying in Ne...
DAVID CHARTERS
 
DAVID CHARTERS
1909
Irish steerage passenger David Charters on a horse with a white star....
Chicago Tribune
WAUKEGAN FARMER NOT SAVED
19th April 1912
Waukegan, Ill., April 18—[Special]—According to the published list of the steerage passengers on the ill fated steamer Titanic just given out James Elsbury, 50 years old, a wealthy farmer living just west of Gurnee, was one of the pa...
Southport Guardian
SOUTHPORT AND BIRKDALE VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC
20th April 1912
SOUTHPORT AND BIRKDALE MEN. Yesterday the list of the names of members of the crew of the Titanic who have been rescued were published, and as they did not include those of Mr. James Walpole or of Mr. Walter Ennis, b...
Brooklyn Daily Times
JAMES CLINCH SMITH SAW MUCH HAPPINESS AHEAD
17th April 1912
It is recalled that James Clinch Smith, whose name is on the list of those aboard the Titanic but not among those of the survivors, went abroad to the [sic] effect a reconciliation with is wife. She has been intensely interested in music, almost, it...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
ISMAY IN COMMAND SAYS MRS. APPLETON
19th April 1912
Declares Steamship Head Did Everything possible to Get Women in Boats. COLONEL ASTOR A HERO, TOO....
Hudson Observer
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR TITANIC VICTIM
23rd April 1912
Family of John Ashby of West Hoboken Abandon Hope for Him ---------- Until to-day the family of John Ashby, of West Hoboken, had some hope for his recovery, but are now convinced that there is no hope of him showing up alive, ...
STEAD TELEGRAM
 
STEAD TELEGRAM

Telegram concerning Titanic passenger W.T. Stead...
New York Times
HEARD DEATH CHORUS FOR OVER AN HOUR
20th April 1912
PARIS, April 19---Three French survivors---Fernand Omont, Pierre Marechal, son of the French Admiral, and Paul Chevre, the sculptor---jointly cabled to The Matin a graphic narrative of the Titanic disaster, in which they repeatedly insist that mor...
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...
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
MAY HOWARD'S ACCOUNT
24th April 1912
'I started from Southampton, England to visit my sister in Albion and owing to the coal strike was prevented from shipping on one of the smaller ocean liners that left previous to the Titanic. I left Southampton with a friend of mine, Mrs. ...
New York Times
SPENCER V. SILVERTHONE DIES; MERCHANT, 88, WAS ON TITANIC
18th May 1964
Special to The New York Times --- SCARSDALE, N. Y., May 17---Spencer V. Silverthorne, a survivor of the Titanic sinking, died today at his home, 7 Colvin Road. He was 88 years old. Mr. Silverthorne had been a vice presid...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
NO TRACE OF MISS PANHARDT
19th April 1912
Woman Friend Sought Her Among The Rescued....
New York Times
IDA STRAUS ESTATE $260,000
22nd June 1912
All Is In Personal Property and Will Be Divided Among Children --- Application for letters of administration on the estate of Mrs. Ida Straus, who perished with her husband Isidor Straus in the wreck of the Titanic on April 15, was made...
KARL BEHR PLAYING TENNIS IN 1908
 
KARL BEHR PLAYING TENNIS IN 1908
1908
Picture of the Titanic survivor from 1908...
Newark Evening News
F. K. SEWARD SAVED
17th April 1912
Included in the list of rescued is F. K. Seward, of 529 West 112th street, New York, a nephew of Dr. John L. Seward, of 416 Main street, Orange. Mrs. Seward said today that her husband’s nephew had been in Europe on a two months&rsquo...
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...
STEAD'S HAND
 
STEAD'S HAND

The hand of first class passenger W. T. Stead as illustrated in the book of palmistry Cheiro´s Language of the Hand (1900)....
New York Times
MRS. J. J. BROWN DIES; SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
27th October 1932
Was Rescued by the Carpathia After Hours in Row Boat-- Long a Newport Colonist.Mrs. Margaret Tobin Brown of Denver, Col., widow of James J. Brown, mine owner, died...
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 ...
New York Times
ROCHESTER GIRL IS SAVED
19th April 1912
But Traveling Guardian of Little Miss Bentham Is Missing --- Special to The New York Times --- ROCHESTER, April 18---Lilian Bentham of 11 Kay Terrace is saved on the Carpathia, but her mother is suffering from nervous stra...
The Sun (New York)
SWINDLERS AT WORK IN TITANIC LIFEBOATS
26th June 1912
Mr. Stengel Thinks They Were on the Job Before Reaching the Carpathia --- ONE OF THEM A WOMAN --- Met Afterward as Survivors, and They Tried to Bleed Him in a Racetrack Game --- A story of how thr...
Calgary Herald
MR. AND MRS. DICK REACH HOME
30th April 1912
MR. AND MRS. DICK REACH HOME AND TELL, OVER AGAIN, STORY OF ESCAPE FROM THE TITANIC My Wife Saved My Life, Says Husband in Discussing Experiences...
New York Times
NEW VERSION OF BUTT'S TRIP
17th April 1912
Was Passenger on Titanic at the Whim of Close Friend --- Richard B. Watrous, Secretary of the American Civic Association, with offices in Washington, watched the bulletin boards in Times Square with great anxiety yesterday to see if any...
Newark Star
WHY WAS THE NEWS SUPPRESSED
19th April 1912
A reporter for The Newark Star managed to get aboard the Carpathia and made his way to the bridge, where he had an interview with Captain Rostrom [sic] as to why the news of the wreck and the condition of the survivors had been withheld. The followin...
Washington Times
HEARTFELT SYMPATHY OF FRIENDS HERE GOES TO MRS. L. P. SMITH
17th April 1912
Of the many soul-wringing sad pathetic partings that took place as the Titanic, with its precious burden, awaited the inrush of the waters that were to lower it to a grave two miles beneath the surface of the Atlantic, that between Mrs. Lucien P. Smi...
Chicago Evening Post
AMERICANS IN PARIS MOURN LOST KINSMEN
16th April 1912
Hundreds in French Capital Had Relatives Aboard the Titanic...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
REPORT LOSS OF 5 PERSONS COMING HERE
17th April 1912
Two Women Only Ones of Reniff Party on Titanic Believed Saved ---------- FAMILY OF BENJAMIN PEACOCK UNACCOUNTED FOR ---------- There is mourning in several Elizabeth households to-day, as a result of the loss of the Titan...
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...
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......
MAX STäHELIN-MAEGLIN IN 1956
 
MAX STäHELIN-MAEGLIN IN 1956
13th September 1956
From 'L'Illustré, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse'...
New York Herald
MEN BEHAVED LIKE HEROES
19th April 1912
Mrs Swift returning on board the Titanic, told a thrilling story of her adventures a few moments after she had disembarked from the Carpathia....
Sheffield Daily Telegraph
CHESTERFIELD NURSE RESCUED
20th April 1912
Miss Evelyn Marsden, who was a nurse-stewardess in the first caloon on the Titanic, is among the rescued. ...
Borough of West Ham, East Ham, and Stratford Express
THE TITANIC DISASTER (1)
20th April 1912
The only son of the Rev. R. Partner, who for many years was minister at Balaam-street Congregational Church, was also a passenger on the vessel. It is still uncertain whether or not he is saved, and Mr. ...
 
TITANIC PASSENGERS THAT CANCELLED OR MISSED THE CROSSING

This page contains the names of several people that planned to travel on the Titanic but for one reason failed to do so.   Some had actually booked cabins and these are confirmed by their presence in an ...
Binghamton Press
MRS. CASSEBEER ACCOUNT
29th April 1912
Mrs. Henry Arthur Casebeer, Jr., of New York City, who is one of the survivors of the ill-fated Titanic, was in Binghamton this morning visiting her mother, Mrs. L.V. Fosdick at the House of the Good Shepherd and to a representative of the Bingham...
 
MME. AUBART: LUXURY LOST
1st May 1912
After her rescue from Titanic, French singer Leontine Pauline ("Ninette") Aubart, better remembered as the mistress of American millionaire Benjamin Guggenheim, wrote the following letter to the White Star Line, itemizing her lost possessions: ...
The Times
PARTNER DEPARTED
26th April 1912
Stockbroker Lost in the Titanic Disaster It is observed with great regret in the Stock Exchange that the name of Mr Austin Partner is not among the list of those saved from the Titanic. Mr Partner was making one of his annual...
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...
Unidentified Newspaper
HULL SURVIVOR OF TITANIC DISASTER DIES
6th November 1974
A HULL SURVIVOR of the Titanic disaster has died at the age of 86. He was Irish-born Mr Edmond Ryan, formerly of Welwyn Park-road, Hull, who died in Kingston Old People's Home, Pearson Park. He leaves a daughter and a son. At the...
New York Times
OBITUARY OF MARGARET ISMAY
10th April 1907
DEATH LIST OF A DAY --- *** Mrs. T. H. Ismay --- ...
Brighton Argus
SUSSEX AND THE DISASTER: WORTHING ASSOCIATIONS
20th April 1912
Among the crew of the Titanic was a young man named Crosby a nephew of Mrs. Sole, of Langleigh, Ham-road, Worthing, who was one of the Turkish bath attendants on the liner. Another member of the crew was Mr. A. D. Eagle, a nephew of Mr. E. Best, of L...
The Times
FRENCHMEN'S ACCOUNT
20th April 1912
PASSENGERS' FAITH IN THE SHIP We were quietly playing auction bridge with a Mr. Smith from Philadelphia, when we heard a violent noise similar to that produced by the screw racing. We were startled and looked at one another under the ...
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....
New York Times
EDWARD A. KENT OF BUFFALO
16th April 1912
BUFFALO, N. Y., April 15---Edward A. Kent, who was a passenger on the Titanic, is one of the leading architects of this city.  He has offices in Ellicott Square, and  lives at the Buffalo Club....
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND A STAR REPORTER
Toronto Daily Star
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND A STAR REPORTER
23rd April 1912
"Major A. G. Peuchen on his arrival in Toronto, after his rescue from the Titanic.  He is facing the reader, and was snapped as he was about to enter an automobile."...
Newark Evening News
SURVIVOR VISITS MONTCLAIR
20th April 1912
One of the survivors of the Titanic, Miss Edwina Trout, of Bath, England, is the guest of Miss Jennie Holwell, of 209 Bellevue avenue, Upper Montclair. “I can never forget the experience,” said Miss Trout today. “As we pulled away fro...
Hampshire Observer
WINCHESTER'S MELANCHOLY INTEREST
1912
April 1912 Although there were no Winchester people so far as we have ascertained among the passengers on the Titanic, yet Winchester has a melancholy interest in the disaster, especially as it affects the ill-fated crew. Among the sec...
San Francisco Bulletin
DR. DODGE'S WIFE TELLS STORY OF TITANIC WRECK
30th April 1912
Reaches Home with Husband and Son after Terrible Experience at Sea. Seated in the library of her home on Washington street, amid a profusion of flowers sent by friends to express their welcome home, Mrs. Washington Dodge again told th...
ALICE HERMAN IN 1913
 
ALICE HERMAN IN 1913
1913
An archive photographic portrait of Titanic survivor Alice Herman, taken in 1913. ...
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...
 
IRENE HARRIS GENERAL INFORMATION

HARRIS, MRS. IRENE R, (NEE WALLACH). Saved in Lifeboat D. Cabin C83. European address - c/o Fraulein Woolf, Kapellenstrasse 81, Wiesbaden. Germany. (Born 15th June 1876, died 2nd September 1969). Buried in Ferncliff Cemetery, Ha...
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...
Washington Herald
MAJ. BUTT' S PLACE NOT YET FILLED
21st April 1912
President Taft Has Not Asked War Department to Fill Vacancy as Chief Aid --- President Taft has not yet asked the War Department to detail a chief White House aid to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Maj. Butt. The War Department ...
Corriere Mercantile
THE NAMES OF THE ITALIANS
18th April 1912
Num. 67, p.1 [Translation] As we said yesterday among the Titanic's crew were many italians names, between them Mr. Gatti, service's manager, Mr. Donini, his coadiuvator, L. Mombello - L. Zarraghi, 26 years old - C. Scav...
Washington Times
MOORE'S PARTNERS GIVE UP HOPE OF HEARING FROM HIM
17th April 1912
H. W. Hibbs, of Hibbs & Co., the brokerage firm with which Clarence Moore was connected, definitely gave up hope this morning that his partner had been saved from the Titanic. Moore’s friends are said to have generally come to the same conclusion....
IMANITA PARRISH SHELLEY TITANIC SURVIVOR
 
IMANITA PARRISH SHELLEY TITANIC SURVIVOR

1920s passport application photograph of Imanita Parrish Shelley. ...
MARGUERITE SCHWARZENBACH FRöLICHER
 
MARGUERITE SCHWARZENBACH FRöLICHER

Photograph of Titanic first class passenger Marguerite Schwarzenbach Frölicher...
 
MARCONIGRAM : TO: BERTHE SEGESSER

Accepted by Carpathia's Radio Office but not transmitted. (No time). To: Berthe Segesser, 30, Charles Baudelaire, Paris. ''Sauvee Amities. - Emma''. ...
Chicago Daily News
BOY FAILS TO TAKE SHIP
19th April 1912
After searching the list of survivors in vain for the name of her brother, John Meehan, Miss Mary Meehan, 4458 Drexel boulevard, was overjoyed last night when she received a cablegram from her mother in Ireland saying that the boy had no...
MAGGIE DALY
 
MAGGIE DALY
1912
Missing Survivor...
 
OREGON'S ONLY FIRST CLASS PASSENGERS: THE WARRENS

John Lamoreau
Frank and Anna Warren were the only first class passengers on the Titanic from the state of Oregon. They were returning from Europe after a three month celebration of their 40th wedding anniversary. Frank Warren may wel...
RAHAMIN MOUTAL FAMILY PHOTOGRAPH
 
RAHAMIN MOUTAL FAMILY PHOTOGRAPH

Rahamin Moutal a 3rd class Titanic passenger, his wife Angele and daughter Nina. ...
Newark Evening News
W. HULL BOTSFORD, OF ORANGE, MAY BE LOST
17th April 1912
W. Hull Botsford. of Orange, is believed to be among the second cabin passengers on the Titanic who were lost. Mr. Botsford has been touring in Europe since early in February, and although he was not expected home before the end of the month, the nam...
JOHAN SAMUEL ANDERSSON
 
JOHAN SAMUEL ANDERSSON

Photograph of 3rd Class Titanic passenger Johan Samuel Andersson...
HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
 
HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
1905
Photograph of Titanic first class passenger Helen Churchill Candee ...
 
MARCONIGRAM : MR. JULES BRULATOUR
16th April 1912
Marconigram...
St. Ives Times & Express
UNKNOWN TITLE
22nd January 1988
Died January 9th 1988. RICHARDS, William (Willie) Rowe Richards of Carbis Bay whose death at the age of 78 is reported on page 7 was one of the few survivors remaining of the Titanic disaster in which in April 1912 claimed 1,500 lives....
Washington Times
CONGRESSMAN HUGHES' DAUGHTER WAS AMONG THOSE ON THE VESSEL
16th April 1912
UNIONTOWN, Pa., April 16---James Smith, of Uniontown, Pa., and Morgantown, W. Va., today is on his way to New York following word that his brother, Lucien Smith, and the latter’s bride of two months, perished in the wreck of the Titanic. ...
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...
Atlantic City Daily Press
ALARMED COUNTY MAN FINDS SISTER WAS RESCUED
20th April 1912
D. W. McMillan, of Pleasantville, Reassured as Carpathia Docked ---------- MRS. THOMAS POTTER TELLS ABOUT ASTORS ---------- Weikman, Titanic Barber, Saved, Known to George Lipipncott [sic] ---------- ...
CAPTAIN ARTHUR ROSTRON
 
CAPTAIN ARTHUR ROSTRON
1912
From 'Sinking of the Titanic'...
Washington Times
SOCIETY IS SHOCKED AT NEWS OF DEATH
19th April 1912
Washington society was shocked when news that the name of James C. Smith, of Chicago, was not included in the list of those saved from death when the Titanic sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Mr. Smith was well known in Washington, where...
Christian Science Monitor
WOMAN SURVIVOR OF TITANIC TELLS OF THE LAST HOURS OF SHIP
19th April 1912
Miss Caroline Bonnell Says Great Vessel Stood Still in Tracks and Then Gave a Great Shiver SAW NO CONFUSION (Written for the United Press by Miss Caroline Bonnell) (Copyright 1912 by the United Press) M...
Gettysburg Complier
RESCUE OF MRS BECKER
15th May 1912
Dr L. B. Wolf Secretary of Foreign Missionary Board of The General Synod Lutheran Church, tells that he met Mrs Becker, a Lutheran missionary from India, returning on the ill-fated Titanic, at New York when the Carpathia docked with the Titani...
 
TITANIC VICTIMS BURIED AT FAIRVIEW LAWN CEMETERY

Row 1 ...
Cork Examiner
BANSHA LADY'S ESCAPE
11th May 1912
...
LINER FRANCE
 
LINER FRANCE

Souvenir card...
JENNIE DROPKIN MATLIN AND HUSBAND MAX MATLIN
 
JENNIE DROPKIN MATLIN AND HUSBAND MAX MATLIN

Portrait of Titanic 3rd Class passenger Jennie Dropkin and her husband Max....
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....
Washington Herald
PEUCHEN COMES BACK AT ISMAY
21st April 1912
Charge of Negligence Preferred by Canadian Official Is Supported by Witness...
SAMUEL GOLDENBERG
Le Journal
SAMUEL GOLDENBERG
20th April 1912
From 'Le Journal', 20 April 1912...
Unidentified Newspaper
MR. CHARLES BAINBRIGGE
22nd April 1912
Mr. Charles Bainbrigge was a son of Mrs. Bainbrigge of Rohais Manor. He was returning to Savage's International Stock Farm, Minnesota, U.S.A., where he had spent some years. The London "Globe" contained the following paragraph on Saturday:- Mr. Charl...
Evening Bulletin
TITANIC SURVIVOR WRITES OF HORROR TO FRIEND HERE
20th April 1912
“Like Scene on Stage," Says Dr. Alice Leeder in Letter to Mrs. Sarah Babcock --- One of the most interesting accounts of the Titanic disaster which has come to light is in a letter written on board the Carpathia by Dr. Alice Leeder, New...
STEAM YACHT 'ELEANOR'
 
STEAM YACHT 'ELEANOR'

The Eleanor was owned by first class passenger Mrs Charlotte Cardeza. Length: 232ft Waterline: 208ft Width: 32ft [Please contact us if you can find out any more informat...
PHOTOGRAPH OF HOWARD BROWN CASE
 
PHOTOGRAPH OF HOWARD BROWN CASE

Photograph of Titanic first class passenger Howard Brown Case...
FRANK DWAN TITANIC MEMORIAL
 
FRANK DWAN TITANIC MEMORIAL

Memorial to Titanic third class passenger Frank Dwan at Bunmahon, Co Waterford, Ireland....
Chicago Tribune
WIRELESS STORMS ISLAND
18th April 1912
Sable Island, so long the terror of transatlantic seamen, is tonight, through the agency of the wireless, the storm center of a great battle for news of the missing passengers and crew of the Titanic. The wireless sta...
RITZ RESTAURANT  STAFF ON THE TITANIC
Titanica!
RITZ RESTAURANT STAFF ON THE TITANIC
19th September 2005
Brian J. Ticehurst
ON BOARD the Titanic was what must have been the finest Restaurant in the world. The Ritz Restaurant (as it was called) was situated on B deck and was for the exclusive use of First Class passengers only. Th...
Cambria Daily Leader
SWANSEA MEN ABOARD TITANIC
17th April 1912
Mr. Evan Davies of Ynismond, Glais, who was on board the Titanic with Mr. J. Rogers, another Swansea Valley man. It is feared that the lives of both have been lost. Our Swansea Valley reporter writes: The names...
New York Times
FIND HEADQUARTERS OF CHICAGO GUNMEN
16th May 1922
Police Locate Saloon Where They Got Arms and Waited, It is Said, for Murphy's Orders --- RAID JOHN MILLER'S HOME --- Seize Quantity of Dynamite There---Paper Giving List Used Last Tuesday Is Found --- Special...
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...
The Times
LIGHTOLLER PROMOTED TO LIEUTENANT, R.N.R.
16th August 1913
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 ADMIRALTY, AUG. 13 ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE In accordance with the Regulatious for the Royal Naval Reserve Engineer M. H. Fisher has been placed on the ...
Evening Banner
RESCUED PASSENGER BRINGS WORD OF LOST SUPERINTENDENT
26th April 1912
A. H. BARKWORTH OF ENGLAND Tells of Acquaintance Made With Bennington Man on Steamship's First and Last Trip. The first information relative to Charles C. Jones, the superintendent of the J. C. Colgate estate, who lost his life in the T...
Western Morning News
TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (3)
17th April 1912
Mr Forbes Julian of Redholme, Braddons Road, Torquay, was a passenger on the Titanic. It is known that Mr Julian was on board when the liner left Southampton last Wednesday, it being his intention to spend several weeks in the United States. Up to ...
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 ...
The Washington Times
MORGAN AND ALDRICH SEE POMPEII TOGETHER
23rd January 1913
NAPLES, Jan 23---J. Pierpont Morgan arrived here today aboard the White Star liner Adriatic. Former Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island was a fellow passenger. They motored out to the ruins of Pompeii, where Morgan renewed h...
Western Morning News
THE FEARS OF RELATIVES : WHILEMS
19th April 1912
Among the passengers of the Titanic was Mr. Charles Whilems, 31, a foreman in the employ of Messrs. Robinson KingÂ’s glass works, London. ...
ST-LAZARE TRAIN STATION, PARIS
 
ST-LAZARE TRAIN STATION, PARIS
1908
The passengers who boarded in Cherbourg travelled on the Atlantic Train from St-Lazare station in Paris. Only Alfred Fernand Omont, French 1st class passenger, arrived in Cherbourg in a different way: his chauffeur drove him there from Le Havre....
Orange County Times-Press
TITANIC VICTIMS STARVED
17th May 1912
That several Titanic victims probably starved to death in lifeboats seemed probable when the White Star Liner Oceanic docked today. The Oceanic picked up, last Monday, a lifeboat containing three bodies terribly decomposed. Each vi...
Washington Herald
PREMONITION CAME TO NOTED NOVELIST
18th April 1912
Atlanta, April 17---"Turn down a glass for me," was the last written message Jacques Futrelle sent from Europe to a friend in Atlanta. Hugh Cordosk received the following note a few days before Futrelle sailed: "Been all...
 
MISS ELIINA HONKANEN: PERSONAL INFORMATION
1912
Miss Eliina Honkanen, 27, was born in Finland. She lived in Saatrjkvi, Finland and had a family in Helsingforfs. She boarded as a third class passenger at Southampton, her ticket cost £7 18s 18d. Her destination was 16 We...
Washington Herald
MAJ. BUTT TOLD FRIENDS HE HAD FEAR OF MISHAP
17th April 1912
Remarks of the President's Aid Before Going Abroad Are Recalled --- President Taft yesterday made earnest efforts to obtain news of Maj. Archibald Butt, his military aid. He communicated two or three times with the White Star offices i...
The Washington Post
RESCUED WOMAN PAYS TRIBUTE TO HEROIC MEN ON TITANIC
20th April 1912
From the lips of the woman who was saved from the Titanic came today one of the most glowing tributes yet paid to the heroism and self-sacrifice of the brave men who gave their lives that women and children might be spared a watery grave. ...
Chicago Daily News
ICE KEPT AID FROM TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Ice Kept Aid from Titanic [By The Associated Press] Maasluis, Holland, April 23—Masses of ice prevented the Russian steamer Birma, which left New York for Rotterdam and Libau April 11, from reaching the Titanic in repl...
The Courier
A ROMANCE OF THE TITANIC
17th May 1912
The circumstances of the case read like a romance....
Newark Evening News
ELIZABETH MAN'S WIFE AND CHILDREN PERISH
19th April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS ELIZABETH, April 19--- The wife and two children of Benjamin Peacock, of 609 South Broad street, perished on the Titanic, according to the list of those who were on the boat and whose names do not appear in ...
 
PERSONAL INFORMATION (2)
1912
Miss Erna Alexandra Andersson, 17, the daughter of Mr Anders Israelsson, was born in Finland. She lived in Kulla gard, Lovisa, Finland. Erna boarded as a third class passenger at Southampton, her ticket cost £7 18s 18d. Her destinatio...
ONLY KNOWN PICTURE OF MARIE LEFEBVRE
 
ONLY KNOWN PICTURE OF MARIE LEFEBVRE
1900
Marie Lefebvre was a 3rd class French passenger...
Stars and Stripes
THE SHIP THAT COULDN’T SINK: SURVIVOR RECALLS TITANIC DISASTER
16th April 1955
A survivor of the sinking of the Titanic recalled yesterday how youthful curiosity saved his life in the disaster exactly 43 years ago....
BERTHE LEROY IN LATER LIFE
 
BERTHE LEROY IN LATER LIFE

Berthe Leroy is pictured with a book of poems by Mahala Douglas. The portrait on the desk is also of Mrs Douglas. Berthe is wearing a brooch bearing a picture of the Carpathia....
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....
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...
The Times
WHITE STAR OFFICERS' PAY AND CONDITIONS IMPROVED
4th April 1913
Article...
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-...
 
MARCONIGRAM FROM ALGERNON BARKWORTH
13th April 1912
Recd. 2.28 p.m. reads. Barkworth, Whites, Belmont, Scarborough. All well Algy. === Marconigram dated April 18th 1912 to Barkworth, Hessle, England. ''Am safe on board Carpathia - Algy''....
The Washington Herald
STILL INSISTS HE SAW CAPT. SMITH

Baltimore Man Tells How It Would Have Been Possible to Have Been Rescued --- Special to The Washington Herald --- Baltimore. Md., July 23---Still emphatic in his assertions that he saw Capt. E. J. Smith, ...
North American
NORTH WALES VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC ARRIVE
8th May 1912
NORTH WALES, Pa., May 7---The bodies of Austin Van Billiard and one of his children, lost on the Titanic, which were picked up at sea by the Mackay-Bennett, reached here today and will be buried on Wednesday from the residence of his father, Burgess ...
New York Times
CAPT. ROSTRON GUEST OF MRS. J. B. THAYER
2nd June 1912
Philadelphia Survivor of the Titanic Entertains Commander of the Carpathia --- NOTABLES AT THE TABLE --- Skipper and His Surgeon Go to Haverford with Hostess Following Astor Luncheon---Come Back To-day --- S...
Reading Observer
NO READING PEOPLE AMONG TITANIC PASSENGERS
20th April 1912
Inquiries made at the local shipping offices by a Reading Observer' representative elicited the fact that there were no Reading people among the passengers. Several local residents had friends and relatives on board. Mr. Stuart Collett, nep...
 
MARCONIGRAM : FROM: WINFIELD THOMPSON
17th April 1912
From: Winfield Thompson. ''Operator Carpathia. Can you get survivor write Boston Globe full narrative disaster and also wireless report to Franconia, so get most promising man preferably Frank D. Millett or Major Butt. All charges paid ...
Chicago Tribune
SISTER AND BROTHER LOST?
17th April 1912
Rockford, Ill., April 16.--- [Special.]---Curt Lustig and his sister, Dagmar Lustig, both of Skara, Sweden, were second class passengers on the Titanic. Their names appear on the sailing list as Carl and Dagmar Bryl. They were coming to ...
New York Times
SILENT TOAST TO MAJOR BUTT.
24th April 1912
NEW HAVEN, Conn., April 23.---A silent toast to Major Archibald Butt was drunk last night by the Second Company Governor's Foot Guard, one of the historic military organizations of the State, at its annual observance of the anniversary of the depa...
POSTCARD SENT BY MAN WHO SHOULD HAVE BEEN ON THE TITANIC
 
POSTCARD SENT BY MAN WHO SHOULD HAVE BEEN ON THE TITANIC
21st April 1912
Private Postcard...
San Francisco Bulletin
TWO U.C. MEN LOST IN WRECK OF TITANIC
20th April 1912
BERKELEY, April 20. – Among those who went down with the Titanic is believed to be James E. McGuire [sic], a graduate of the University of California in 1893, and a famous ball player in his college days. McGuire was underground manager of the Simmer...
Worcester Telegram
ICE CAKE HELPED HIM TO ESCAPE
20th April 1912
New York, April 19.- A huge cake of ice was the means of aiding Emilo Portaluppi of Aricgabo, Italy, in escaping death when the Titanic went down. Portaluppi, a second class passenger, was awakened by the explosion of one of the boilers of the ship. ...
Worcester Evening Gazette
PORTER SANK WITH TITANIC HEROES
19th April 1912
Family and Friends of Worcester Man Now Satisfied He Is Among Those Lost Walter E. Bigelow, business associate and friend of Walter C.Porter, last of the Titanic, who made a special trip to New York yesterday in the hope of securing fa...
Washington Times
MISS GRACIE GOES TO NEW YORK TO GET INFORMATION
17th April 1912
Worn to a point of desperation by the suspense she has undergone since receiving news that her father, Col. Archibald Gracie, was among those saved from the sea tragedy, Miss Edith Gracie, of 1527 Sixteenth street northwest, gave way to her anxiety t...
Paterson Morning Call
BROTHER OF MISS FUNK STILL HOPES
24th April 1912
Newton, April 23---Persevering in the hope that Miss Annie Funk, formerly of Paterson, did not go down with the Titanic, Horace Funk, her brother, a teacher of the eleventh grade of the high school here, went to New York today to see if further infor...
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......
New York Times
WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (3)
20th April 1912
*** --- TWO YOUNG MEN'S HEROISM --- Woman Tells How Roebling and Case Saved Her---Others' Tribute to Dead --- Among the chivalrous younger heroes of the Titanic disaster were Washington A. Roebling, 2d, of Tr...
Chicago Daily Tribune
MERCHANT FAINTS FROM JOY
18th April 1912
page 3 Business Man Swoons on Learning Relatives Were Rescued from Titanic Wreck Aurora, Ill., April 17- [Special]- Oscar W. Johnson, 32 years old, a business man living at St. Charles, Ill., fell over in a dead faint ...
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...
SAMUEL GOLDENBERG'S FIRST DISASTER
 
SAMUEL GOLDENBERG'S FIRST DISASTER
26th May 1910
Had already experienced disaster in 1910...
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...
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...
S.S. TITANIC LIFEBOAT PLAQUE
 
S.S. TITANIC LIFEBOAT PLAQUE

S.S. Titanic plaque from Lifeboat no. 2. The plaque was retrieved by James W. Barker [?] a seaman on the Carpathia at the time it picked up the Titanic survivors....
North American
SEVEN WILKES-BARRE PERSONS ARE MISSING
19th April 1912
Special Dispatch to The North American --- WILKES-BARRE, Pa., April 18---Charles Thomas, a small storekeeper of this city; Mrs. Joseph Thomas and infant son, Anthony Yosbik, Joseph and Peter Simon and Brenton Harry, all of this city,...
Bristol Times and Mirror
MISS JESSIE LEITCH
27th April 1912
Miss Jessie Leitch, of London, a second class passenger came ashore with the six-months infant of her cousin, the Rev. John Harper, of London, who was drowned. Mr. Harper handed the child to her, kissed the little one goodbye, and remained to perish....
SURVIVOR OF WRECKED TITANIC COMES TO LIVE HERE AS BRIDE
Unidentified Newspaper
SURVIVOR OF WRECKED TITANIC COMES TO LIVE HERE AS BRIDE
11th December 1912
Mr and Mrs Bert Pickett Though Trenton lost two prominent residents by the sinking of the Titanic last spring, this city today also has a survivor in the person of Mrs Bert Pickett of 140 Passaic St., ...
Christian Science Sentinel
TESTIMONIES OF HEALING
20th December 1912
Lawrence Beesley
It would be impossible within a limited space to do more than enumerate the profound changes of thought which Christian Science has wrought in me during the seven years I have known of it. When I first saw the text-book, "Science and Health with Key ...
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...
 
PERSONAL INFORMATION (1)
1912
Mr Abraham August Johannes Abrahamsson, 20, was born in Finland. He lived in Dalsbruk, Finland. August, as he was called, was single. He borded as a third class passenger at Southampton with his friends - Eino Lindqvist, Helga Hirvone...
Worcester Evening Gazette
LANDING MOST PATHETIC SIGHT
20th April 1912
New York, April 19. Worcester Evening Gazette. Worcester, Mass. Have just left Cunard docks after witnessing arrival of Titanic's rescued passengers on the Carpathia. It was the most pathetic and tr...
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...
Brighton Argus
CAR BOOT BARGAIN HUNT FINDS TITANIC TREASURE
2nd April 2005
Jessica Mangold
Bravery Award...
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...
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 ...
Brooklyn Daily Times
SORROW AT HARDER HOME DESPITE HOPEFUL MESSAGES
16th April 1912
Word was received at the home of Victor A. Harder, at 117 Eighth avenue, that his son George A. Harder and the latter’s young bride, who was Mrs. Dorothy Annan, of Manhattan, daughter of the late Edward Annan, of Brooklyn, who were passengers on the ...
San Francisco Examiner
HERMAN KLABER ON BOARD THE TITANIC
16th April 1912
Native of San Francisco, in Business in Portland, Titanic Passenger Herman Klaber of Portland, one of the biggest hop merchants on the Pacific Coast, was a passenger on the Titanic. Klaber was born in San Francisco, went throu...
Guernsey Evening Press
TITANIC SURVIVORS RENOUF, BENTHAM AND RUGG
1912
Channel island passengers saved from Titanic, 30 aboard lifeboat, one died of exposure...
The Day, New London, Connecticut, USA
NOT SATISFIED TO BE AMONG THE LIVING
3rd August 1912
NOT SATISFIED TO BE AMONG THE LIVING --- Man Rescued from Titanic by Mrs. Astor's Aid Sues Co. for $25,000 Jewels --- PHILADELPHIA, Aug 3---Hadne Mamee, a cabin passenger saved from the Titanic, has brought suit...
POSTCARD FROM ONBOARD THE TITANIC
 
POSTCARD FROM ONBOARD THE TITANIC
10th April 1912
Two framed full color postcards of the Olympic/Titanic, one of which was sent from the Titanic. The postcards have identical images of the Olympic/Titanic on the front which are very rare, but only one was written onboard the Titanic. The postcard on...
Free Press
THE TITANIC FUND
26th April 1912
During the last week it has transpired that one of the bandsmen on board the Titanic was a man named J. W. Woodward, who was born and educated at Hill Top, West Bromwich. Woodward's father was at one time manager of the Hill Top Foundry, and W...
Elmer Times
MARINE DISASTER
19th April 1912
[The following paragraph is the only passenger-specific one in a longer article.] Among the Titanic’s passengers reportedly was Frederick Sutton, whose home was at Haddonfield, but who had large business interests in Wildwood. He was ...
New York Times
WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (1)
20th April 1912
*** --- COUNTESS ROTHES BRAVE --- Took Charge in Her Boat-Mrs. Cornell Among Those Who Worked at the Oars --- *** --- COUNTESS IN CHARGE OF BOAT --- Sat at Tiller Five Hours--Survi...
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...
 
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....
Unidentified Newspaper
CONSTANCE WILLARD : TELLS OF WRECK OF THE TITANIC
1912
Stood on Decks as Leviathan Staggered to Its Grave and Met Fate Like Heroes....
NORA FLEMING PHOTOGRAPH
 
NORA FLEMING PHOTOGRAPH

Photograph of Irish steerage passenger Nora Fleming, one of 14 third class passengers from the village of Addergoole, Co Mayo, who boarded the Titanic at Queenstown. It was Nora's 22nd birthday on the night the vessel struck ...
Chicago Daily News
SAVED BY MRS. ASTOR FROM DEATH IN OCEAN
27th April 1912
Ernest Person, Titanic Passenger, Arrives at Indiana Harbor And Relates Rescue Struggled in the Water Declares Widow of Millionaire New Yorker Begged Crew to Drag Him Into Lifeboat ...
Ormskirk Advertiser
AN ORMSKIRK VICTIM
18th April 1912
The name of Mr. Walter Brown, of Ormskirk, appears in the list of those missing from the ill-fated ship. Mr. Brown, who was 39 years of age, is the youngest brother of Mr. Wm. Brown, grocer, of Moor-street, and had been a steward for the last t...
CSI TITANIC : WHO DIED HOW?
Titanica!
CSI TITANIC : WHO DIED HOW?
26th June 2007
Luke Owens
One of the iconic images many of us carry from the sinking of Titanic is of the 705 people in lifeboats listening to the death cries of 1,500-plus people drowning in the North Atlantic after the ship sank. The trouble is, that&rsq...
Trenton Evening Times
ROEBLING AROUSED SLEEPERS TO FLIGHT AND SCORNED TO SAVE HIMSELF
20th April 1912
Mother and Daughter Tell How Young Trentonian and London Friend Excelled in Gallantry and Cheerfulness in the Time That Tried the Souls of All Aboard the Sinking Liner ...
New York Times
MRS. A. H. RICE'S FUNERAL AUG. 11
20th July 1937
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Widener have returned here from Newport to prepare for the opening of the home of Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice before his arrival on the Europa Aug. 9 with the body of wife, Mrs. Eleanor Elkins Rice, mother of Mr. Widener, who d...
New York Times
TAFT'S TRIBUTE TO BUTT
20th April 1912
WASHINGTON, April 19---President Taft was notified as soon as the Carpathia docked and the corrected list of survivors was made public that Major Butt was not on board. With all hope for the rescue of his aid abandoned, the President to-day issued...
 
NINA HARPER GENERAL INFORMATION

Harper, Miss Nina. Saved in Lifeboat number 11 with her cousin Jessie Leith. Returned to England via SS Celtic, 25th April 1912. Aged 6 years. Later (1934) became Mrs. Pont, died 1986. (Gleaned from the Interne...
The San Francisco Call
OREGONIANS ON SHIP
16th April 1912
PORTLAND, Ore., April 15 -Among the Portland people on board the Titanic are F. M. Warren and wife. Warren is president of the Warren Packing company and is rated a millionaire. Herman Klaber. also a passenger, is a Portland...
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND HIS FAMILY
Toronto Daily Star
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND HIS FAMILY
23rd April 1912
Left to Right: Mr. Alan Peuchen, Mrs Peuchen, Major Peuchen, Miss Jessie Peuchen. When the New York Central Express was stalled a few miles outside Hamilton for two hours Saturday on account of a wreck ahead, Major Peuchen a...
 
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....
MEMORIAL TO DENZIL JOHN JARVIS
 
MEMORIAL TO DENZIL JOHN JARVIS

2nd class passenger memorial...
Belfast Newsletter
THE LADY PALMIST AND TITANIC PASSENGER
19th April 1912
Page 9The Central News says - Of the second class passengers of the Titanic, Walter Harris, of Enfield Highway and Percy Thomas Oxenham, of Ponders End, were booked on the "Philadelphia" for New York. Owing to the coal strik...
THE LAST OF THE LAST
Titanica!
THE LAST OF THE LAST
25th November 2003
Margaret Mehl
How Masabumi Hosono's Night was Forgotten...
 
MARCONIGRAM : NINETTE AUBART

Sent to Aubert, 42me Monge, Paris. ''Moi Sauvee mais Ben perdu''. Marconigram accepted by Carpathia's Radio Office but not transmitted. (No time). To: Aubart, 42 rue Mongre, Paris. ''Sauvee. - Ninette Aubart&...
Chicago American
CHICAGO GIRL IN LAST LIFEBOAT
23rd April 1912
There was only one seat in the last lifeboat of the Titanic and had Mrs. John Burke taken it the chances are that Miss Annie Kelly, a seventeen-year-old Chicago girl, might be at the bottom of the sea, she told friends to-day who had gathered at h...
Daily Home News
ROEBLING WENT DOWN IN TITANIC
19th April 1912
TRENTON, April 19---Ferdinand W. Roebling, jr., of 216 West Statestreet, late last night telephoned from New York to this city saying that neither Washington A. Roebling, 2d, nor Stephen W. Blackwell was among the rescued passengers on the Carpathia ...
THE COLLYER FAMILY
Leatherhead Advertiser
THE COLLYER FAMILY
1912
Harvey Collyer, Charlotte Collyer and Marjorie Collyer...
APRIL 12TH ADRIATIC MENU CARD
 
APRIL 12TH ADRIATIC MENU CARD
12th April 1912
Menu card...
 
CHINESE SAILORS ON THE TITANIC

Eight sailors from Hong Kong, boarded the Titanic together at Southampton......
Billboard Magazine
HENRY B. HARRIS (2)
27th April 1912
Loses Life When Ill-Fated Titanic Sinks – Other Victims Of Disaster Connected With Amusement Field Include Albert A. Stewart, Emil Brandeis and Franz Addelmann – Dorothy Gibson Saved New York, April 20 (Special ...
New York Times
TRIBUTE TO J. C. SMITH
25th April 1912
Col. Gracie Tells How He and Also E. A. Kent Died Bravely --- After reading letters in the morning papers from friends of James Clinch Smith, asking why no account had been written of the part he must have taken in the heroic work of res...
Trenton Evening Times
TRENTON MEN ABOARD GIANT TITANIC WHICH MEETS DISASTER IN ICE
16th April 1912
Washington A. Roebling II, and Stephen W. Blackwell among Hundreds of Passengers who are taken Off in Lifeboats when Maiden Voyage Seemed Likely to End in Sinking of World’s Biggest Vessel Returning to their homes in Trenton after a t...
 
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...
The Times
SOME ARMENIAN VICTIMS
13th May 1912
Mr G.Hagoian writes from 25, Chesilton Road, Fulham:- In the disaster to the Titanic Armenia has furnished more than her quota of unfortunate passengers. Six Armenians from Keghi, travelling to Marseilles, had proceeded to Cherbourg and t...
Galesburg Republican Register
UNKNOWN TITLE (3)
22nd April 1912
Frank Karun, a member of the Austrian immigrant colony in this city, will have some stirring things to tell when he returns to the city of the loss of the big steamship Titanic and his rescue later by the Carpathia . Just at present Mr. Karun is at t...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
PARTED BY THE TITANIC
19th April 1912
Victor Panasco Drowned – Wife and Maid at the Hotel Gotham...
THOMAS WHITELEY'S TITANIC LECTURE
 
THOMAS WHITELEY'S TITANIC LECTURE
1912
About six o'clock in the morning I saw a collapsible boat; it was upside down with about thirty men standing on it. I was drifting towards this. ...
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express
LETTER FROM MR. H. P. HODGES
20th April 1912
Mr. Hector Young, hon. secretary of the Newtown Ward Conservative Association, received a letter from Mr. H. P. Hodges, the well-known Southampton tradesman, dated April 10th who was a passenger on the ill-fated Titanic, returning thanks for an expre...
Daily Mirror
HOW IT FEELS TO BE A HERO
20th April 1912
Harold Bride now bears little trace of his terrible ordeal......
Galesburg Republican Register
FRANK KORUN REACHES HOME
23rd April 1912
Titanic Survivor, Daughter and Austrian Friend Saved From Ocean Grave TELLS EXPERIENCES Last Man to Get in Boat — For Hours Among Ice Floes. When Frank Korun, one of the Titanic survivors, stepped from th...
Western Morning News
TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (12)
18th April 1912
A Truro passenger, Charles P Fillbrook, resided at Charles Street, with his parents, was on his way to join an uncle at Howder County, Michigan, with the intention of becoming a miner, or of following his trade as a painter. He had not long finished...
NIGHT AND A TITAN
Titanica!
NIGHT AND A TITAN
10th August 2011
Senan Molony
What did Titanic look like at night?...
RECOLLECTIONS OF TITANIC SURVIVOR EDMOND RYAN
Atlantic Daily Bulletin
RECOLLECTIONS OF TITANIC SURVIVOR EDMOND RYAN
9th July 2002
Edward Ryan
Notes by survivor Edward Ryan recently found and transcribed...
Chicago Examiner
PASTOR AND WIFE MISSING
18th April 1912
Thomas Hughes' Daughter is Believed Among Titanic Dead. Topeka, Kan., April 17--The Rev. Ernest Carter and his wife of London were booked for the Titanic's first sailing on their way to Topeka to spend the Summer with Mrs....
New York Times
ADRIATIC'S MAIDEN VOYAGE
9th May 1907
Great New White Star Liner Leaves Liverpool for New York --- LIVERPOOL, May 8---The White Star Line steamer Adriatic left here to-day for New York. The Adriatic was launched at Belfast last September. She has an...
THESE TWO MEN JUMPED OVERBOARD JUST BEFORE TITANIC SANK; ALL LIGHTS LIT WHEN SHE FOUNDERED
Calgary Herald
THESE TWO MEN JUMPED OVERBOARD JUST BEFORE TITANIC SANK; ALL LIGHTS LIT WHEN SHE FOUNDERED
21st April 1912
Special Dispatch to the Herald...
New York Times
OPPOSE LONDON RADIO PROGRAM ON SINKING OF THE TITANIC
25th February 1932
By The Associated Press --- LONDON, Feb. 24---Many protests have been made against the proposal of the British Broadcasting Corporation to present a radio representation of the sinking of the Titanic. "That borrible scene...
Milwaukee Journal
MILWAUKEE GIRL LOST
17th April 1912
Mrs. Hudson J. Allison, Former High School Girl, Not on Titanic's Rescued List...
British Inquiry
BRITISH TITANIC INQUIRY TESTIMONY OF EDWARD BROWN, STEWARD
16th May 1912
Examined by Mr. ASPINALL. 10498. Were you serving as a first class steward on the "Titanic" on the occasion of this casualty? - Yes. 10499. Have you served in liners before? - Yes. ...
 
PERSONAL INFORMATION
1912
Miss Hildur Elisabeth Hirvonen, 2, was born in Finland on 15th February 1910 as the daughter of Alexander Hirvonen and Helga Elisabeth Lindqvist. She lived in Taalintelidas, Finland. Hildur boarded as a third class passenger at Southa...
New York Times
PRESENTATION TO ROSTRON
27th June 1912
Liverpool Gives Him at Gold Medal and an Illuminated Address --- LIVERPOOL, June 26---To Capt. Rostron of the Cuunard [sic] liner Carpathia a gold medal and an illuminated address of thanks were presented to-day by the City of Liverpoo...
Worcester Evening Gazette
SAVES DOGS WHILE PASSENGERS PERISH
20th April 1912
Article...
Newark Evening News
TEN FROM THIS STATE ON TITANIC
16th April 1912
Four of Them Are Reported to Be Saved. ---------- STENGELS RESCUED ---------- Many Others on Liner with Relatives and Friends in This Section. ---------- ARE SEEKING INFORMATION ---------- ...
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)...
The Evening Post
HOLDING BACK FACTS OF DISASTER STIRS CRITICISM
18th April 1912
Charges ranging from indifference to deliberate suppression of news are being made against the White Star officials on both sides of the Atlantic . As ground for these charges one needs to go back only to the rapid sequ...
New York Times
SIR ARTHUR ROSTRON TO RETIRE FROM SEA
1st November 1930
Commodore of Cunard Fleet and Captain of Berengaria 35 Years in Line's Service --- SAVED 706 FROM TITANIC --- Rescue by Carpathia Won for Him American Decoration and Plaudits of World --- Wireless to THE NEW ...
Washington Herald
STEERAGE SURVIVOR TELLS STORY OF WRECK
22nd April 1912
Miss Mary Glynn, Visiting Relatives in Washington, Praises Heroism of Passengers on Titanic---Women Tried to Save Men --- The heroic deeds of some of the first and second cabin passengers, as the giant Titanic was preparing for her fina...
SAFEGUARDING LIFE AT SEA
People's Journal
SAFEGUARDING LIFE AT SEA
27th April 1912
Hundreds of correspondents have responded to our request for ideas of inventions for safeguarding life at sea. ...
Guernsey Evening Press
JACK POINGDESTRE
April 1912
Jack Poingdestre, whose parents lived at 28, Old St. John's Road Jersey, also had his home in Southampton. A month earlier he had been on the crew of the Oceana when it sank of Newhaven. That had been on March 16th. He at least was used to shipwrecks...
 
TITANIC PASSENGER EDITH EVANS (FAMILY INFORMATION)

Family history information about Titanic first class passenger Edith Corse Evans...
ON ROOTING ABOUT IN A SWEDISH TITANIC FAMILY TREE
Titanica!
ON ROOTING ABOUT IN A SWEDISH TITANIC FAMILY TREE
10th May 2002
Alan Ruffman
The search for geneaological data relating to the Palaeo-DNA Project...
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
PATOIS AND FAUVETTE WIN
14th May 1916
Get Chief Honors In Puppy Division at French Bulldog Show --- After two days of keen competition, the eighth annual show of the French Bulldog Club of America at the Hotel McAlpin closed yesterday. The attendance was not as good as at pr...
Newark Evening News
ELIZABETH RESIDENTS WERE ON THE TITANIC (1)
17th April 1912
(Newark Evening News, 17 April 1912) ---------- ELIZABETH, April 17---Two residents of this city and several former residents are known to have been on the Titanic when she sailed for this country. Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Renouf, of 20B...
New York Times
MARY C. WELLMAN DIES AT 80; WAS A SURVIVOR OF THE TITANIC
26th November 1975
TOPSFIELD, Mass., Nov. 25 (AP)---Mary C. Wellman, a survivor of the liner Titanic, died Sunday at her home. She was 80 years old. When Mrs. Wellamn was 16 and studying in Paris, her father booked passage for her and her mother on the ...
MKKZ
UNTITLED
12th April 1987
'In the Titanic were two Catholic priests: Professor Byles, an Irish man [sic], who wanted to act in the marriage of his brother and his bride and a German monk (Padre). They helped women and children, climbing into the boats. The people on the last ...
The New York Times
OPPOSE LONDON RADIO PROGRAM ON SINKING OF THE TITANIC (1)
25th February 1932
By The Associated Press --- LONDON, Feb. 24---Many protests have been made against the proposal of the British Broadcasting Corporation to present a radio representation of the sinking of the Titanic. ...
SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT
ET Comment
SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT
5th December 2006
Tad Fitch, Sam Halpern and Bill Wormstedt
In Senan Molony's article of 6 November 2006, entitled: "Hugh Woolner's US Evidence is Highly Unreliable," the author attempts to discredit the evidence presented by Woolner at the US Inquiry based on a newspaper report i...
Washington Times
NO ALARM FELT WHEN STEAMER FIRST STRUCK
19th April 1912
MISS CAROLINE BONNELL
Passengers Came on Deck to Get View of Big Berg --- TERRIBLE SUFFERING IN THE LIFEBOATS --- Carpathia Gave Tenderest Care To the Rescued---Four Buried At Sea --- BY MISS CAROLINE BONNELL (Copyrighted, ...
PHOTOGRAPH OF JOSEPH FYNNEY
 
PHOTOGRAPH OF JOSEPH FYNNEY

A portrait of Titanic second class passenger Joseph Fynney. ...
The Salt Lake Tribune
TITANIC SURVIVOR IN SALT LAKE
28th February 1913
Salt Lake, Feb 28---Miss Margaret B. Hays of New York and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bechstein of New Rochelle, N. Y., are guests at the Hotel Utah in this city. They arrived early yesterday afternoon from San Francisco over the Weste...
Le Petit Journal
AN ANGUISHED SISTER
20th April 1912
Melle Leroy, a maid from Bouvigny-Boyefles (Pas-de-Calais), recently received from her sister who is a chambermaid to the Douglases, a postcard telling her that she was sailing with her employers for New-York. Two days after she received the p...
The Times
A COMPARISON WITH THE TITANIC
10th June 1914
Much the most interesting of the personal statements given in answer to questions was made to me by William Clarke, a fireman of Liverpool - actually a survivor of the Titanic disaster - a quiet, matter-of-fact old man with a grey moustache and...
The Evening Telegram
HAYS MAY BE SAFE
16th April 1912
Newspaper article...
Jersey Journal
MRS. BRIDGET LYNCH; SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
4th November 1959
Was Young Girl on Way to U. S. --- Arrangements were completed today for the funeral of Mrs. Bridget Lynch of Jersey City who, as a girl of 18, survived the iceberg crash of the Cunard White Star liner Titanic in 1912. Mr...
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...
MISS HILDA SLATER
Edmonton Daily Bulletin
MISS HILDA SLATER
25th April 1912
portrait...
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...
Hudson Observer
LEAVES SINKING SHIP IN BOAT 13 AND STILL LIVES
23rd April 1912
Thomas Percy Oxenham Tells of His Escape from Titanic---------------CRASH SO GREAT HE IS THROWN FROM BERTHAnother of the survivors of the ill-fated Titanic, who is slowlyrecovering from the harrowing experiences suf...
Evanston Daily News
MARY HEWLETT - SURVIVOR OF TITANIC HERE
25th April 1912
Mrs. Mary Hewlitt, of Lucknow, India, Was Rescued From the Disabled Craft, Gives Description of Disaster Was Traveling Alone Woman Stops Here At Home of J. L. Hebblet...
Le Journal de Genève
MRS. A. S. JERWAN SAVED
23rd April 1912
Newspaper article...
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...
 
THE VIEW FROM THE CARONIA
1926
Charles Spedding
At 10:30 that night we received a message from the Titanic to say that she had struck an iceberg. She would then be about two hundred and forty miles away. We established communication with the German steamer Breslau, about fo...
Newark Evening News
PRIEST GIVES AWAY A LIFEBELT OFFERED HIM
23rd April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS WHIPPANY, April 23---More about the heroism of Rev. Thomas R. Byles, of England, who lost his life on the Titanic, was told yesterday by his brother William, of Brooklyn, who was a guest of Father Clifford, ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
THE CARPATHIA: A POEM
19th April 1912
In port, with her cargo of sorrow; In port, with her burden of grief; With her heavy toll to the cruel sea, And to Death, the grim, gray thief.   The pitiful skies bend near her. ...
THORNTON DAVIDSON
The Evening Telegram
THORNTON DAVIDSON
16th April 1912
Newspaper image...
The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City
DECLARES CAPTAIN OF TITANIC IS ALIVE
22nd July 1912
By International News Service --- BALTIMORE, July 21---Still emphatic in his assertion that he saw Captain E. J. Smith, who is supposed to have been drowned in the Titanic disaster, Peter Pryal declared today tha...
New York Times
SEALBY DEFENDS ISMAY
22nd April 1912
Tribute from Republic’s Captain, Who Served Father and Son 25 Years --- Special to The New York Times ...
Burlington Hawk Eye
SWEDE SURVIVED LINER'S SINKING DURING SEARCH FOR HIS AMERICAN DREAM
1st January 1998
There's another love story connected to the Titanic....
Syracuse Herald
EMILY BADMAN'S ACCOUNT
23rd April 1912
'...When we reached the water we could see that the Titanic was fast sinking and the six men who were rowing pulled us away as fast as they could....We had gone about a mile when there were two explosions and the Titanic split in two. The f...
The Sydney Morning Herald
TITANIC SURVIVOR MR THOMAS TAVERNER
7th April 1962
Mario J. Borg
Hi there all, it is me Mario J. Borg from Sydney Australia writing about the TITANIC Survivor Mr Thomas Taverner again and you you all can read this article: TITANIC Survivor Mr Thomas Taverner was invited to a special meeting in George Street at The Flying Angel Mission to Seaman in 1962 ...
The Times
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER NUMBERS
26th January 1912
21,600 carried First Class by White Star in 1911...
The Evening Telegram
J. BOREBANK KNOWN HERE
16th April 1912
The father was naturally badly broken up this morning, and fears the worst....
New York Times
CONGRESS THANKS ROSTRON
2nd July 1912
Bill Providing for Gold Medal to Captain Goes to Taft --- WASHINGTON, July 1---The thanks of Congress are conveyed to Capt. Arthur H. Rostron and the officers and crew of the liner Carpathia, for their rescue of 704 survivors of...
Herts Advertiser & St. Albans Times
ACCOUNT OF THOMAS THRELFALL
4th May 1912
Leading Fireman T, Threlfall, one of the Titanic survivors, who was in boat No. 14, in the course of a narrative told to a pressman on landing at Plymouth, said: "From the wreckage we picked up four men. Then Mr. Lowe called out...
Brooklyn Daily Times
LONG ISLANDERS WHO WERE ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
Some Whose Names Are Not on the List of the Saved --- GREENPORT, April 17---All Greenport is fearful that James V. Drew and Marshall, the 5-year-old son of William J. Drew, brother and partner of James Drew, are among the Titani...
Newark Evening News
MRS. C.E.H. STENGEL
24th January 1956
Widow of Patent Leather Manufacturer Dies; Was Survivor of Titanic Disaster --- Special to Newark News --- NORWALK, Conn.---Mrs. Annie May Stengel of Montclair, widow of Charles E. H. Stengel, Newark patent leather manufac...
 
PERSONAL INFORMATION (3)
1912
Mrs Alexander Hirvonen (nee Helga Elisabeth Lindqvist), 22, was born in Finland on 2nd January 1890 as daughter Carl and Elisabeth Lindqvist. She lived in Taalintelidas, Finland. Helga was married to Alexander Hirvonen and had a daugh...
Scarborough Mercury
MR. J. P. MOODY
19th April 1912
Son of Mr. J. Moody We understand that Mr. J. P. Moody, one of the officers concerning whom no news has been received, is a son of Mr. J. Moody, solicitor, once in practice in Scarborough, and for some years a member of the Scarborough...
New York Times
J. BRUCE ISMAY, 74, TITANIC SURVIVOR
19th October 1937
Ex-Head of White Star Line Who Retired After Sea Tragedy Dies in London --- LONDON, Oct. 18 (AP)---Joseph Bruce Ismay, former chairman of the White Star Line and a survivor of the Titanic disaster in 1912, died here last night. He was 7...
The Argus (Melbourne)
NERVIEST MAN IN SERVICE
20th April 1912
Captain E. J. Smith, who is reported by one passenger from the Titanic to have committed suicide, was commodore of the White Star line. He it was who was selected for the initial trips of the Adriati...
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?...
Western Daily Mercury
AN EXETER PASSENGER
18th April 1912
It is also stated that Mr. Ralph Giles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Giles of Eaton-place, Exeter, was among the passengers. Mrs. Giles has wired to the Head Office of the White Star Line in London, but has received no reply. Mrs Giles’s sister-in-law...
The Nation
STEAD AND FUTRELLE
25th April 1912
article...
EXCUSE SENDING ... AM HALF ASLEEP
Titanica!
EXCUSE SENDING ... AM HALF ASLEEP
17th March 2002
Jemma Hyder
The experience of Carpathia Wireless Operator Harold Cottam...
New York Times
THE HARRISES
17th April 1912
Numerous and anxious were the inquiries (at the White Star Line office) for Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Harris. Mr. Harris is one of the city's best known theatrical managers. Scores of his friends, both in the theatrical and the business wo...
Utica Herald-Dispatch
MRS THORNEYCROFT'S ACCOUNT
20th April 1912
'Mrs. Thorneycroft was in the tenth life boat which carried 55 survivors, the number later increased by six men who were picked up from bits of wreckage and who were nearly exhausted when found. The boat was manned by three oarsmen. They, w...
New York Herald
EDWARD A. KENT (1)
17th April 1912
Edward A. Kent, who is a well-known architect at Buffalo, N. Y. and whose brother, William Kent, is an architect in New York city, was a passenger on board the Titanic who is not reported among the rescued. Mr. Kent, who is fifty-eight years old, is...
New York Times
EILEEN S. S. GILLESPIE TO BE WED ON FEB. 6
3rd January 1934
Her Marriage to John Jacob Astor Will Take Place in St. Thomas Church --- The marriage of Miss Eileen S. S. Gillespie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lewis Gillespie, to John Jacob Astor, son of the late Colonel John Jacob As...
Portland Oregonian
PORTLAND WOMAN DESCRIBES WRECK
27th April 1912
Mrs. Frank M. Warren Tells in Detail, "the Story of the Titanic." BOAT'S TERRIFIC SPEED Experiences, Before and After Vessel Went Down, Told in Interesting Manner -- Sho...
SAMUEL L. GOLDENBERG, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES
Unidentified Newspaper
SAMUEL L. GOLDENBERG, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES
1936
This article was published at the time of Sam Goldenberg's death, in October 1936. The paper is unidentified, it could be The Herald Tribune, a paper published in Paris in English, for the English speaking community in France. ...
Chicago Daily News
LEARNS OF RELATIVE'S RESCUE
16th April 1912
Daniel Tobin of Denver, Col, now in Chicago and a guest at the Palmer house, passed most of the morning in the offices of the White Star line seeking information in regard to his sister, Mrs. J. G. Brown, also of Denver. When finally a report...
New York Post
TITANIC : STORIES OF THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Earliest In The Boats Missed The More Terrible Scenes...
Jersey Journal
TITANIC SINKING SURVIVOR DIES IN BERGEN HOME
17th July 1946
Mrs. O'Grady Often Told of Tragedy in Which 1,500 Lost Lives Mrs. Emily O'Grady, 52, of 553 Prospect at Ridgefield, survivor of the sinking of the White Star liner Titanic by an iceberg on April 14, 1912, when 1,500 persons lost their...
Washington Times
MRS. CHURCHILL AMONG THE PASSENGERS RESCUED FROM TITANIC
16th April 1912
Another Washingtonian who sailed from Southampton Wednesday on the ill-fated Titantic [sic] was Mrs. Churchill Candee, prominent in Washington social circles, whose residence is at 1718 Rhode Island avenue northwest. Mrs. Candee's name appears on the...
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 ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
FOUR SHOT DEAD IN BOAT STRUGGLE
19th April 1912
Woman Says Four Men From Steerage Were Killed by Officer....
Vineland Times Journal
SURVIVOR OF TITANIC DISASTER TELLS OF GRIM EXPERIENCES
25th March 1953
Stan Slome
A passenger on his way to America from England, Oxenham, now 63 years old, remembers that ill-fated night as if it were only yesterday....
 
MRS WINNIE (MINNIE) COUTTS

Marion James
  Information Held on the COUTTS Family MARRIAGE Taken from UK BMD Index Vol 2a Page 1180 ...
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...
Salt Lake Tribune
SUNDMAN'S ACCOUNT
28th April 1912
Account of the Titanic sinking by Johan Sundman...
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....
The Sun (New York)
COL GRACIE DIES AMID MEMORIES OF TITANIC
5th December 1912
Relives His Dreadful Experience in Last Hours of Delirium --- ONE OF TWO WHO SANK --- "We Must Get Them (Women and Children) All Into Boats!" Is His Cry --- Col. Archibald Gracie, U. S A...
Atlantic City Daily Press
ATLANTIC SURVIVOR TELLS OF DISASTER
19th April 1912
E. Z. Taylor, On Telephone With City Clerk Donnelly, Describes AwfulScene---Third Member of His Party, Fletcher Williams, Lost---Did NotHear of Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Earnshaw.----------Atlantic City was in direct personal ...
Portland Oregonian
MRS. FRANK WARREN DESCRIBES THE TRAGEDY TO THE OREGONIAN
27th April 1912
John Lamoreau
Frank and Anna Warren were the only first class couple from Oregon on the Titanic. Mrs. Warren, who was 60 years of age at the time of the sinking, reported in great detail the horrific events of the tragedy. Her account was published in Orego...
THE CAVE LIST
 
THE CAVE LIST
10th April 1912
When the body of...
Newark Evening News
MR. FUNK STILL HOPES SISTER MISSED TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS NEWTON, April 23---Persevering in the hope that Miss Annie Funk, formerly of Paterson, did not go down with the Titanic, Horace Funk, her brother, a teacher of the eleventh grade of the High School h...
Washington Times
PRESIDENT AND FRIENDS OF MAJOR BUTT FEAR HE WENT DOWN WITH SHIP
16th April 1912
"The White Stare [sic] Line Company his searched its list of survivors for the name of Major Archibald Butt. We regret to say that his name does not appear up to the present time among those known to be saved.” The above message, in e...
 
1976 LETTER FROM MRS. SNYDER ABOUT HER EXPERIENCE ON TITANIC

Dennis Foley
By letter postmarked 11/22/76, Mrs. Rawley Miller (Mrs. Snyder's daughter) was so wonderful as to send me the following typewritten letter, signed by Mrs. Snyder, with a handwritten note from Mrs. Miller. ...
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...
Newark Evening News
WORD RECEIVED HERE OF C. M. HAYS'S RESCUE
16th April 1912
Among those well known in this city and suburbs whose name has been flashed as among the rescued from the Titanic, is Charles Melville Hays, president of the Grand Trunk and the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway companies, of Canada, of Canada, a nephew of...
Washington Post
BABY THOUGHT LOST IS SAFE
25th April 1912
Mrs Aks and Child, Titanic Survivors, Reach Norfolk Norfolk, Va – April 24 – Mrs. Leah Aks and her infant, survivors from the Titanic disaster, has [sic] arrived here, but the woman was too ill to talk and had to go to bed. Mrs. Aks ca...
FACE TO BAREFACE LIAR!
Titanica!
FACE TO BAREFACE LIAR!
16th January 2012
Senan Molony
A steerage Titanic survivor confronted his own impostor in 1912...
The Washington Post
TITANIC CLAIMS $10,000,000
16th January 1913
Mrs Irene Harris Asks $1,000,000 for Loss of Husband New York, Jan 12 – A flood of petitions for damages through the loss of the steamer Titanic, filed today; included one Mrs Irene Wallach Harris, who claims $1,000,000...
The Evening Post
THE SAD “MIGHT HAVE BEENS”
19th April 1912
Out of the fragmentary and disjointed reports of the survivors of the Titanic tragedy loom the big facts that compel the action on which congress has promptly engaged not only for thorough investigation of the affair but for formulatio...
Milwaukee Journal
TITANIC SURVIVOR TO BE BURIED SATURDAY
30th July 1920
Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine E. Crosby, 72, widow of Captain E. G. Crosby, founder of the Crosby Steamship line, who died Thursday at her home, 474 Marshall St., will be held Saturday, 2 PM, at the residence, with entombment at Fairview mausol...
 
JACK POINGDESTRE'S CAREER

Jersey Address: 28 Old St. Johns Road, Jersey. In 1996 his family were still in business in Southampton - Baitdiggers and Fishing Tackle Dealers. Jack Poingdestre, whose parents lived at 28, Old St. John's ...
Outlook
THE RESCUED : BY AN EYE-WITNESS ON THE CARPATHIA
27th April 1912
Dr. Stanton Coit
One young woman with whom I talked was so calm and full of stories of the heroism and the suffering of others that I said: How fortunate that you lost no friend...
 
THOMAS KNOWLES : BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Article...
ROSTRON'S LOST REPORT
Titanica!
ROSTRON'S LOST REPORT
13th June 2010
Senan Molony
Titanic survivors could have been marooned in the Azores!  Captain Rostron of the Carpathia considered landing them in the mid-Atlantic island chain for their treatment and onward travel – while he would contin...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
TO SUE FOR CLOTHES LOST ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Baron Alfred von Drachstedt Contemplates Action to Recover for Wardrobe....
Chicago Record-Herald
HEARS SISTER IS ALIVE
17th April 1912
Daniel Tobin of Denver, Colo., now in Chicago, passed most of yesterday at the local offices of the White Star line seeking information in regard to his sister, Mrs. J. G. Brown of Denver. Tobin shouted his joy when a report was received i...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
RAHWAY MAN ON LOST SHIP
16th April 1912
Arthur Keefe Passenger on Liner Titanic ---------- SISTER ANXIOUSLY AWAITS NEWS OF DISASTER ---------- (Special to the Journal) Rahway, April 16---Almost frantic with anxiety and grief, Mrs. Margaret O’Brien...
Washington Times
MRS. LUCILLE CARTER AND HER FAMILY ARE SAVED FROM DEEP SEA
16th April 1912
Mrs. Stilson Hutchins, of this city, has received word that her cousin, Mrs. Lucille Carter, of Philadelphia, has been rescued. Mr. Carter and their two children also are among the saved. "I have just received a long distance phone fro...
Southern Evening Echo
OBITUARY
27th April 1967
Last Titanic officer dies, 83 Last surviving officer of the Titanic, which went down in the Atlantic in 1912 has died at his home in Christchurch at the ago of 83. Commander Joseph Groves Boxhall was the fourth officer, and the only officer on watch ...
Newark Evening News
HENRY BLANK DECLARES CURIOSITY SAVED HIM
19th April 1912
It was the desire of Henry Blank, a jeweler of this city, who lives in Glen Ridge, to find out what caused the shock to the Titanic when she struck the iceberg Sunday night that gave him a chance in one of the boats that saved his life. ...
The Times
PRESUMED DEATH IN THE TITANIC
11th June 1912
T. Franklin presumed deceased [Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Court hearing] This was a motion to swear the death of Thomas Parnham Franklin, of Sunningdale, Ceylon Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, who is believed to have lost his...
LETTER RE: LAROCHE FAMILY
 
LETTER RE: LAROCHE FAMILY
14th May 1912
  Passenger Department 9 Rue Scribe, Paris. 14th. May, 1912 I the undersigned certify that the Laroche family, consisting of Mr. Joseph Laroche, Mrs. Laroche, Miss Simo...
THE UNKNOWN ADULT
Titanica!
THE UNKNOWN ADULT
26th June 2007
Senan Molony
COUNTERFOIL number 30887 lay on the wooden surface. Money joined it for a few minutes, and then money took wing and parted from the ticket. A moment later the ticket itself was taken up. One of the opening scenes of the ...
 
REPORT TO MARCONI TRAFFIC MANAGER [EXTRACT]

Harold Bride, Junior Marconi operator in his Report of April 27th to W. B. Cross, Traffic Manager, Marconi Co. says: Just at this moment the Captain said: ''You cannot do any more; save yourselves.'' Leaving the Captain we climbed on top of th...
Jersey Journal
JERSEY CITY MAN AND BROTHER PERISH
19th April 1912
John Kieran, who boarded with James Tierney at Grove and Second streets perished, along with his brother Phillip, in the wreck of the Titanic. John was 23 years old and was employed as a bartender at 268 Varick Street. He was a citizen of the United ...
The Times
TITANIAN - ECHO OF TITANIC
27th April 1935
Cargo vessel's encounter with ice...
Chicago Examiner
MISS ANNIE KELLY IN HOSPITAL
20th April 1912
Misses Margaret and Beatrice Kelly of 303 Eugenie street were overjoyed last night when they learned that their seventeen-year-old sister, Annie Kelly, who was a Titanic voyager, was one of the survivors picked up by the Carpathi...
Brooklyn Daily Times
ON WAY TO REUNION; IS LOST ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
Pittsburgh Man Hears Brother Is Lost, but Girl Saved --- PITTSBURGH, April 17---Looking forward to a reunion after years of separation, William Phillips, of New Brighton, was stunned by the news that his brother, Robert Phillips, on his...
New York Times
YOUNG ROEBLING ON TITANIC
16th April 1912
Son of President of Roebling Sons and Noted Autoist --- Special to The New York Times --- TRENTON, N. J., April 15---Washlngton A. Roebling, second, a son of Charles G. Roebling, President of the John A. Roebling Sons Co.,...
 
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. ...
Hudson Observer
UNION HILL WOMAN SAYS BAND DIDN'T PLAY ON TITANIC
20th April 1912
---------- Miss Elizabeth Dowdell Heard Only the Cries and Sobs of the Passengers as the White Star Liner Went Down at Sea ---------- Miss Elizabeth Dowdell, 30 years old, of 215 Park avenue, Union Hill, one of the Tit...
Atlantic City Daily Press
LOCAL SURVIVOR DEFENDS ISMAY
5th May 1912
City Clerk Donnelly’s Cousin Sends Sympathetic Note to Official ---------- NOT A COWARD, BUT BRAVE AND GALLANT ---------- “Ismay was unjustly critcised and abused for his actions regarding the Ti...
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......
Southport Visitor
SOUTHPORT PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC.
20th April 1912
THE MISSES BONNELL. Among the passengers on board the Titanic was Miss Lily Bonnell, of 17, Welbeck-road, who was proceeding on a six months' visit to her brother, who lives in the States. She was accompanied by ...
New York Times
SENATORS GREET ROSTRON
10th December 1912
Hero of Titanic Disaster Warmly Welcomed in Congress --- WASHINGTON, Dec. 9---Capt. Arthur S. [sic] Rostron, who drove the steamship Carpathia at full speed through a sea of icebergs to the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic disaste...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
TITANIC SURVIVOR MRS RENOUF TELLS OF TRAGEDY
19th April 1912
THRILLING STORIES BY TITANIC'S SAVED; TEN ON WAY TO ELIZABETH LOSE LIVES...
 
MEMORIAL SERVICE PROGRAMME
21st April 1912
The Central North Chicago Ministerial Association at the Belden Avenue Baptist Church, Chicago. "The Offering" "The Nana Harper Fund to maintain and educate Nana, the six year old daughter of Rev. John Harper, pastor, Walworth Road Chu...
The Washington Times
DIAZ STARTS BACK TO MEXICAN HOME
10th March 1913
Former President, Forced Into Exile by Madero, Will Aid Victorious Nephew --- ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, March 10---Don Porfirio Diaz, former President of Mexico, who was exiled when Madero come into power, today started back to...
Rockford Republic
TITANIC'S SURVIVOR COMES TO ROCKFORD
25th April 1912
MISS DAGMAR BRYHL, AFTER LOSING BROTHER AND SWEETHEART ON FATEFUL TRIP FROM SWEDEN TO ROCKFORD FINALLY REACHED HERE 6:30 THIS MORNING - WAS SECOND CLASS PASSENGER ABOARD THE DOOMED TITANIC - HER FIRST WARNING OF DANGER ...
PLUCKED FROM THE SEA?
Titanica!
PLUCKED FROM THE SEA?
11th July 1999
Peter Engberg and Tad Fitch
Survivors' Claims Reconsidered...
Lake County Times
LAKE CO. MAN TELLS TERRIBLE STORY
27th April 1912
Survivor of Titanic Now in Indiana Harbor Owes Life to Mrs. Astor....
Hudson Observer
ONE SURVIVOR REACHES HOME OF BROTHER
20th April 1912
Thomas Percy Oxenham, 22 years old, brother of Charles Oxenham, of 966Tonnele avenue, New Durham, is now resting after his frightfulexperience in the Titanic wreck. He came from Pondersend, Eng., to livewith his North Hudson re...
New York Times
TITANIC LOOKOUT IS DEAD BY HANGING AFTER WIFE'S DEATH
12th January 1965
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Jan. 11 (Reuters)--- Authorities today ordered an inquest into the death of Fred Fleet, a lookout on the liner Titanic, who hanged himself yesterday two weeks after his wife's death. The body of Mr. Fleet, who was 76 years o...
RMS CARPATHIA : OUT OF THE DARK OF THE DAWN
Titanica!
RMS CARPATHIA : OUT OF THE DARK OF THE DAWN
11th July 2012
Craig Stringer
When the Carpathia came to the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic, her passengers did all they could to relieve suffering and distress......
Jersey Journal
RESCUED UNION HILL GIRL'S STORY
20th April 1912
A story entirely different from that of those rescued from the Titanic is told by Miss Elizabeth Dowdell of 215 Park Avenue, Union Hill. When seen at her home last night Miss Dowdell was very emphatic in telling about the treatment received on board ...
Southport Visitor
MR. WALTER ENNIS
18th April 1912
Another local passenger was Mr Walter Ennis, who was engaged on the Titanic as Turkish bathman and masseur. He was previously employed by Smedley Hydro, Birkdale in a similar position, having been there about six years. This was his first voyage, and...
Worcester Evening Gazette
PRES. HAYS WIDOW LEAVES FOR HOME
20th April 1912
New York, April 19- Upon the arrival of the Carpathia, Mrs. Charles M. Hays, wife of the president of the Grand Trunk railway, who went down with the ill-fated Titanic and her two daughters, Mrs. Thornton Davidson and Miss. Margaret Hays, were met by...
TITANIC POSTCARD FROM ONE SURVIVOR TO ANOTHER
 
TITANIC POSTCARD FROM ONE SURVIVOR TO ANOTHER
20th August 1912
From Eugene Daly to Bertha Mulvihill...
 
HUSBAND OF HELEN ALICE WILSON

  Axel Johannas Rosenquist was the husband of Helen Alice Wilson who survived the sinking of the Titanic, the following information gives brief details of how their lives continued after the disaste...
 
WILLIAM EDWY RYERSON : EXTRA INFORMATION

William Edwy Ryerson was born on 7th dec 1878 in Portland Dover, the son of George Arthur Ryerson and Catherine Hamilton. William had a brother, George A Ryerson born in 1880. when Williams father died on 21 january 1881, his mother took him an...
TITANIC'S LAST STOP, COBH
 
TITANIC'S LAST STOP, COBH
29th October 2011
Titanic Stories
Michael Martin, creator of ‘The Titanic Trail’ takes us on a tour of Cobh, the Titanic’s last port of call. He sets the scene of the day that Titanic left the Ireland, taking in the White Star Line Of...
The Evening Telegram
WON'T AFFECT STOCK MARKET
16th April 1912
Even John Jacob Astor is Not a Power in Financial World......
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 ...
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...
Western Morning News
TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (10)
18th April 1912
Henry Rogers, of Tavistock, a second class passenger, was the son of the late Mr J G Rogers, stone mason, and grandson of Mr J S Rogers, who carries on the business at Tavistock. The young man was 18 years of age and had been in service with Rev. Ma...
Chicago Inter Ocean
PUGILIST DIES ON TITANIC [DAVID BOWEN]
19th April 1912
David Bowen, Lightweight Champion of Wales Is Reported Drowned David Bowen, lightweight champion of Wales, who sailed on the Titanic to challenge Packey McFarland and other American pugilists, was one of the second c...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
JOY AND SADNESS COME WITH NEWS
20th April 1912
Happiness or Gloom Seizes Ohio Relatives of Titanic Passengers Memorial Services to be Held for Youngstown Business Man Gladness mingled with grief yesterday when word came that two persons mourned by relatives in Clev...
New York Times
CREW BEHAVED ADMIRABLY
19th April 1912
Miss Elizabeth Allen of St. Louis was one of the first women passengers to leave the Carpathia. She was accompanied by Mrs Edward Roberts and Miss E A Mardell, also of St Louis. The three women appeared to be cool. Miss Allen who is a young wom...
Daily Mail
MR BARKWORTH’S RETURN
17th May 1912
Mr. A. H. Barkworth, J.P., of Tranby House, Hessle, has returned to his home after his miraculous escape from death in the foundering of the Titanic....
Chicago Tribune
ANN STRAUBE
31st January 1990
Ann Straube, 92, a survivor of the 1912 sinking of the Titanic, died Tuesday in her North Side home. Mrs. Straube, a homemaker, was 14 when she managed to get aboard a lifeboat when the British passenger liner s...
Jersey Journal
TITANIC SURVIVOR IS HOME
22nd April 1912
Practically recovered from exposure and bruises which he received when the Titanic sunk [sic], Thomas McCormack, 19 years old, of 36 West Twentieth Street, returned to his home Saturday. Since the arrival of the Carpathia he h...
New York Times
WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK (2)
20th April 1912
Mrs. Cornell Among Those Who Worked at the Oars WOMEN MANNED LIFEBOATS Forced to Oars by Lack of Proper Crew---Girl Who Gave Up Her Seat Magistrate Robert C. Cornell ...
United States Senate Hearings
IMANITA SHELLEY AFFADAVIT
15th May 1912
Enclosed herewith find sworn statement of Imanita Shelley (Mrs. William Shelley) in regard to the Titanic disaster. ...
The Evening Telegram
HUGO ROSS WAS ABOARD
16th April 1912
Newspaper article...
Southport Visitor
LOCAL PASSENGERS ABOARD ILL-FATED SHIP
18th April 1912
THE MISSES BONNELL. Especial interest is centred locally in the disaster to the Titanic by reason of the fact that there were several local residents on board. Among these is Miss Bonnell, who is one of three sisters...
Washington Herald
NEWSPAPER MEN ALL MOURN MAJ. “ARCHIE” BUTT
19th April 1912
Memorial Services in Honor of Hero Who “Died Like a Man” Proposed by Members of Fourth Estate --- In little back offices, littered with paper and adorned principally by typewriters, in bustling news bureaus, in the press room of...
Chicago Daily Journal
PITIFUL APPEALS FOR NEWS AT OFFICE HERE UNGRATIFIED
17th April 1912
Heartrending appeals for information concerning the dead or rescued from the Titanic poured into the Chicago offices of the White Stair line, throughout the day. Men, Women and children telephoned the offices at LaSalle and Washington stre...
Western Daily Mercury
A PLYMOUTH PASSENGER
17th April 1912
One of the second class passengers on the Titanic is Mr. Fred Banfield, who left Plymouth on 9th inst., to join the vessel. He spent some years in business with a well known firm in Bedford-street, Devonport, but previously had worked as a miner in ...
Dowagiac Daily News
MR. AND MRS. BISHOP GIVE FIRST AUTHENTIC INTERVIEW CONCERNING TITANTIC [SIC] DISASTER
20th April 1912
THEY RECITE A GRAPHIC TALE OF THE GREAT SEA DISASTER OF A WEEK AGO. "Ladies and Grooms First" Was Order They Obeyed and Both Left the Ship Together TELL EXPERIENCES WHILE AFLOAT German Baron Would Not A...
Washington Herald
MRS. ASTOR NEAR COLLAPSE AT PIER
19th April 1912
Young Bride of New Yorker Who Perished on Point of Hysteria --- New York, April 18---Mrs. John Jacob Astor was assisted to the pier from the Carpathia by two officers of the boat. She was hysterical, and so plainly upon the point of col...
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...
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...
Concord Enterprise
MRS. J. MURRAY BROWN (1)
24th April 1912
Mrs. J. Murray Brown, who upon her return from New York, where she was taken to the home of her sister, wife of Judge Cornell, upon the arrival of the Carpathia, came to Concord and went to the home of her daighter, Mrs. George S. Keyes. She is now a...
The Toronto World
HOW MAJ. PEUCHEN ESCAPED.
20th April 1912
I said: Are you a sailor? and he replied that he was a yachtsman. Then I told him that if he was a sailor to get over the bulwarks to the lifeboat--to go ahead. He did, and proved himself afterward...
Jersey Journal
HUDSON COUNTY SURVIVORS TELL OF SEA TRAGEDY
20th April 1912
Union Hill Governess Gives Graphic Recital of Scenes After Giant Ship Hit Iceberg and Went Down---Praises Bravery of Men Passengers---Complains of Treatment on Carpathia --- BAYONNE YOUT...
New York Evening Journal
INSISTS HUSBAND ESCAPED DISASTER
22nd April 1912
A pathetic case growing out of the Titanic disaster is that of Mrs. J. Bradley Cumings of No. 50 East Sixty-fourth Street, whose husband, formerly a broker at No. 36 Wall Street, perished with the ship. Mrs. Cumings, confined in her b...
The Globe
TRAGIC HONEYMOONS
18th April 1912
Among the passengers of the ill-fated Titanic were number honeymoon couples, whose names, according to the Chronicle, are as follow......
JESSIE LEITCH'S STORY
Chicago Tribune
JESSIE LEITCH'S STORY
21st April 1912
TELLS MISS LEITCH'S STORY     Nana Harper, the 6 year old daughter of Dr. John Harper, who was on his way to Chicago to preach at the Moody church will return to England...
New York Times
TITANIC SURVIVOR ANNIE MAY STENGEL DIES
25th January 1956
Mrs. Annie May Stengel, 88, Was in Third Lifeboat --- Special to The New York Times --- MONTCLAIR, N. J., Jan. 24 ---Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Annie May Stengel, a survivor of the sinking o...
New York Times
ROSTRON GETS MEDAL TO-DAY
1st March 1913
Rescuer of Titanic Survivors Arrives in Washington to Receive Honor --- WASHINGTON, Feb. 28---Capt. A. H. Rostron, who, as commander of the steamship Carpathia, directed the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic disaster, arrived here ...
 
TITANIC VICTIMS BURIED AT BARON DE HIRSCH CEMETERY

The Titanic plot at the Baron De Hirsch Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia was intended for Jewish victims of the Titanic. Many victims that were Jewish were, however, interred elsewhere while one passenger Michel Navratil was wrongly thought to be Je...
Chicago Tribune
SHIES BOATS UNDER CAPT. SMITH
16th April 1912
F. Harrison Powers of New York and Paris, a guest at the Congress hotel has been a passenger several times on White Star boats commanded by Capt. E. J. Smith of the Titanic. “But I only sailed with him once after the collision of 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...
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...
Toronto Daily Star
E.Z. TAYLOR'S ACCOUNT
18th April 1912
E.Z. Taylor jumps into the sea...
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...
Evanston Daily News
LOCAL WOMAN'S KIN SAVED FROM TITANIC
18th April 1912
Spencer V. Silverthorne, a brother of Mrs. H. H. Harris, 820 Foster street, is among the Titanic passengers that were rescued by the Carpathia. Word to this effect was received today. Mr. Silverthorne who lives in St. Louis, is a buyer fo...
Chicago American
LOSES FAMILY BY WRECK
21st April 1912
Nels Paulsson, a Chicago man living at 940 Thompson street, had learned to-day that he had lost his wife and four little children in the Titanic disaster. Although he knew that his family had embarked on the boat he had delayed making inquiry...
THE AVERAGE LIFEBOAT
Titanica!
THE AVERAGE LIFEBOAT
17th December 2004
Senan Molony
Updated! “THERE are three kinds of lies: lies, damn lies, and statistics.” - Mark Twain, Autobiography But there are also, when dealing with statistics, some d...
Jersey Journal
BATTLED FOR LIFE WITH SAILOR AFTER THE TITANIC SANK
23rd April 1912
McCormack Tells How Seaman Tried to Throw Him Out of Lifeboat---Special Blessing for Bayonne Survivor _____ Thomas McCormack, 19 years old, of 36 West Twentieth Street, Bayonne, a Titanic surviv...
New York Times
TIMES AD FOR MISSING BOY
20th April 1912
E. H. Bull of 33 Linden Street, Bayonne, N. J., recognizing the value of the Lost and Found columns of THE NEW YORK TIMES, has inserted an advertisement in it asking for information concerning Arne Salstrom, [sic] a nineteen-year-old Norwegian boy, w...
Grimsby Evening News
MOODY SERVED TWO YEARS IN HMS CONWAY
April 1912
As a lad Mr. Moody served two years in HMS Conway a sail training vessel moored on the river Mersey, after that time he gained the Extra Certificate showing that he was bright. He joined the sailing vessel Boadicea on leaving, and would have se...
Cleveland Plain Dealer
REMAINS IN HOPE HUSBAND IS SAVED
20th April 1912
Mrs. Geo. D. Wick, Denies All Evidence That Youngstown Man is Lost First of Rescued From Titanic Pass Through Cleveland Holding onto what is more than a forlorn hope, when hope in all other breasts is dead, Mrs. George...
All'erta!
UNA VITTIMA DI MONTALTO NEL NAUFRAGIO DEL «TITANIC»
26th April 1912
Venerdi 26 Aprile 1912 Purtroppo anche il nostro Circon- dario deve registrare una sua vittime nel terribile disastro del vapore «Ti- tanic». Fra l'elenco dei periti nello spa- ventoso naufragio annoverasi, infa...
Totnes Times & Devon News
THE LOCAL PASSENGERS
20th April 1912
The Countess of Rothes, who was on board the Titanic, which has sunk in the North Atlantic, is among the passengers reported as safe. She is a daughter-in-law of Mrs. Leslie-Leslie, of Adelphi Terrace, Paignton. Definite information on the su...
RODEO WOMAN RECALLS SINKING OF THE TITANIC
Unidentified Newspaper
RODEO WOMAN RECALLS SINKING OF THE TITANIC
April 1945
Vivid Description is Given of Historic Marine Disaster...
 
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
TAFT CONCERNED FOR BUTT
17th April 1912
Chance of Major's Safety a Faint One, but President Holds to It --- WASHINGTON, April 16---The White House was not a cheerful place to-day, for President Taft, most of his Cabinet, and many callers were deeply concerned over the probabl...
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...
MYSTERIOUS WAIF OF THE WAVES.. MGU?
Titanica!
MYSTERIOUS WAIF OF THE WAVES.. MGU?
12th July 2011
Jim Currie
Unresolved questions regarding the April 1912 voyage of the SS Campanello and the possibility of her involvement in the Titanic disaster. ...
Newark Evening News
TITANIC SURVIVOR TO THE DEFENSE OF ISMAY
23rd April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS PLAINFIELD, April 23---Miss Georgette Alexander Magill, aged sixteen years, who was among the first of those rescued from the Titanic to be put aboard the Carpathia, yesterday at Plainfield defended J. Bruce...
Folkestone Herald
ELIZABETH NYE : FOLKESTONE PASSENGER'S GRAPHIC ACCOUNT
4th May 1912
Mrs. Nye's account of the catastrophe Captain Smith and the little girl His last words: 'I must go with the ship'. Mrs. Elizabeth Nye, daughter of Mr. Thomas I. Ramell, coach builder, Dover Road, Folkesto...
Chicago Daily News
PASSENGER WED A CHICAGO GIRL
15th April 1912
Mrs. Nelson L. Barnes Discusses Trip of J. Clinch Smith J. Clinch Smith, artist, reported to be on board the Titanic, is the husband of a former Chicago girl, Bertha Barnes, sister of Nelson L. Barnes, a broker in th...
New York Times
ALARM FROM LOOKOUT IGNORED, SAILOR SAYS
21st April 1912
Officer on Titanic's Bridge Had Warning of the Iceberg from the Crow's Nest. Three warnings that an iceberg was ahead were transmitted from the crow's nest to the officers on the bridge of the doome...
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 ...
New York Times
TITANIC SURVIVORS HONOR CAPT. ROSTRON
30th May 1912
They Present Silver Loving Cup to Him and Medals to His Officers and Men --- GIVES CREDIT TO HIS CREW --- Modest Skipper Praises and Thanks His Men for Them Loyalty and Committee for Its Gifts --- When the Cu...
The Mercury (Hobart)
TITANIC TRAGEDY--BROADCAST PLAY--CAPTAIN ROSTRON'S PROTEST
25th February 1932
TITANIC TRAGEDY --- Broadcast Play --- Captain Rostron's Protest --- LONDON, February 23. --- Captain Sir Arthur Henry Rostron who was commander of the liner Carpathla, ...
Washington Times
TITANIC SURVIVOR IS EXPECTED HERE
22nd April 1912
Wife of Former Washington Man Will Visit Relatives In Washington --- Mrs. William Beard Silvey, of Duluth, Minn., one of the survivors of the Titanic, comes to Washington tomorrow night and will, for several days, be the guest of her mo...
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
SINKING OF TITANIC STILL HORROR TO COUPLE HONEYMOONING ON SHIP
15th April 1931
Margaret Frawley
MRS. EDWARD BEANE, THEN BRIDE OF 17, SAW SHIP SINK AS SHE CRUISED NEARBY IN BOAT; HUSBAND SWAM AROUND TILL PICKED UP; NOW HAVE 2 CHILDREN It was a strange honeymoon for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beane of 44 Michigan Street when on April 14, ...
New York Times
LADY DUFF GORDON, STYLE EXPERT, DIES
22nd April 1935
Pioneer in Bringing Freedom to Women's Fashions Headed Chain of Garment Shops --- COINED DRESS TERM 'CHIC' --- First Split Skirt and Manikin Show Credited to Her---She Had Stores in Three Countries --- Wirele...
The Daily Banner
CUPID WINS OUT
23rd April 1912
English Girl, Saved From Titanic, Weds In Hospital....
New York Times
J. P. MORGAN SAILS
27th February 1908
Has Six Staterooms on the Adriatic---Mrs. Waldorf Astor Also Departs --- Many passengers sailed yesterday in the outgoing liners for Europe. On the Adriatic went J. Pierpont Morgan and his daughter, Mrs. Herbert Satterl...
OHIO TALES OF THE TITANIC
Titanic Review
OHIO TALES OF THE TITANIC
2nd May 2012
Mike Poirier
Ohio Tales of the Titanic, is definitely a standout. This specific book focuses on the Buckeye state connections to Titanic....
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
VERSIONS VARY OF CAPTAIN’S DEATH
19th April 1912
First Report That He Committed Suicide denied By Many Survivors....
New York Times
MORGAN HOPEFUL FOR OUR STOCKS
23rd March 1907
Tells a Doubtful Fellow-Traveler He'll Change His Mind About Them --- A BIG DECLINE YESTERDAY --- Erie Issues Lead It-Dividend on the Second Preferred May Be Passed---Gold Coming Soon --- Special Cabl...
The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City
MEMORIAL IN PROVO FOR TITANIC VICTIM
22nd May 1912
Services to Be Held Friday; No Hope Now of Recovering Body of Mrs. Corbett --- Special to The Tribune --- PROVO, May 31 [sic]--- Memorial services for Mrs. Irene Colvin Corbett, who was one of the victims...
Fort Wayne News
MRS NASRALLAH WRITES TO MRS ASTOR
19th April 1912
Dear Mrs. Astor. I sat in the same boat which saved you when the Titanic went down. I also will soon have a baby. My husband, Nicholas, was drowned. All our money and things went down with him.....I am twenty-one. I married Nich...
Worcester Evening Gazette
SAYS ISMAY CHOSE OWN BOAT CREW
20th April 1912
New York- April 19- According to Mrs. W.J. Cardeza, of Philadelphia, after she had arrived at the Ritz-Carlton with T.D.M. Cardeza, J.Bruce Ismay was not only safely seated in a lifeboat before it was filled, but he also selected the crew that rowed ...
New York Times
MARCONI CHEERED FOR WIRELESS FEATS
18th April 1912
Modestly Gives Credit to Other Inventors and Speaks of Life Saving from Titanic...
Hibbing Daily Tribune
MISS WILLARD TELLS OF WRECK
23rd April 1912
Girl Well Known Here, Who was on the Titanic has reached St. Paul. St. Paul, Minn. - April 23 - Miss Constance, the 20-year-old daughter of David Willard, formerly of Duluth, has arrived at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hope McCall, on ...
Atlantic Daily Bulletin
THE STORY OF TITANIC SURVIVOR MR. THOMAS KNOWLES
1992
Brian J. Ticehurst
SOME of you who were on the Titanic's re-enactment voyage on the Waterfront Ferry Hotspur VI, out of Southampton docks back at the Convention in April, may remember that the Captain of the Ferry we were aboard passed me a note sa...
SHE ESCAPED FROM THE TITANIC
Issaquah Press
SHE ESCAPED FROM THE TITANIC
14th March 1963
Charles C. Kerr
SURVIVOR OF THE TITANIC Mrs. Anna Marie Salmi, Issaquah, holds her oldest and one of her most prized possessions, a night school English class certificate she received in Boston in 1913. She lost all her earlier accumulated belongings except a nightgown in the sinking of the liner Titanic when it hit an iceberg in April 1912....
Denver Post
LENA STOIBER ROOD SEEKS HUSBAND BY ADVERTISING
6th May 1912
He Was On Titanic - She Hopes He May Have Escaped Death. Hoping against hope that her husband, Hugh Rood may have by some chance escaped death in the Titanic disaster, Mrs. Lena Stoiber Rood is making every effort to locate him, if he ...
Unidentified Newspaper
OLDEST TITANIC SURVIVOR PLANS VISIT TO SITE
10th April 1996
Ceremony will honor tragic sinking BOSTON -- The oldest living survivor of the sinking of the Titanic wants to visit the site this summer and throw a rose into the Atlantic Ocean where her father went down with the ship 84 years ago. ...
Democrat and Chronicle
ROCHESTER WOMAN TELLS OF TITANIC SINKING IN 1912
15th April 1931
Mrs. John Black Barely Reached Last Boat To Leave Ship, And Tiny Craft Was Nearly Drawn Into Great Vortex by Samuel B. Covey "No, I am not averse to another ocean voyage, although I have not been on one since, for I re...
Oak Leaves
MEETS CARPATHIA
27th April 1912
George P. Baldwin Relates Experience When Titanic Survivors Reach New York on Cunard Ship George P. Baldwin of 309 Linden, who went to New York to meet the survivors of the Titanic on the ...
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...
New York Times
ADRIATIC TO SAIL TO-DAY
22nd May 1907
Biggest Liner's Cabins Full on Her First Voyage Eastward --- With her saloon apartments filled, the White Star liner Adriatic, biggest and newest of transatlantic liners at present in commission, will sail for Southampton ...
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE NIGHT
Titanic Review
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE NIGHT
16th June 2009
Paul Rogers
Paul Rogers reviews a new book exploring the mystery of the "Californian Incident"...
 
JOSEPH GROVES BOXHALL - RADIO INTERVIEW
October 1962
Joseph Boxhall  Radio Interview, October 1962 Transcribed by Capt. Charles B. Weeks and Cathy Akers-Jordan On that Sunday night the, 14th, of April, along with ...
LE CHICAGO A RAMENé HIER AU HAVRE DES SURVIVANTS DU TITANIC
Excelsior
LE CHICAGO A RAMENé HIER AU HAVRE DES SURVIVANTS DU TITANIC
2nd May 1912
Mme Laroche, survivante du terrible naufrage du Titanic, est arrivée, hier, au Havre, à bord du Chicago. Elle était sur le paquebot géant au moment de la catastrophe, ainsi que son mari, qui, malheureusement, disparu...
ANNETTA
Voyage
ANNETTA

John P. Eaton
Eight Chinese sailors were going to New York on the Titanic to join the Annetta....
New York Times
WOMEN WORK HARD FOR RESCUED FOLK
21st April 1912
Kept Busy Helping Survivors on to Their Destinations in Comfort --- FORTY LEAVE ST. VINCENT'S --- Individuals, as Well as Organized Committee, Give Much-Needed Personal Aid --- The task that was shouldered by...
Newark Evening News
STENGELS TO CARE FOR MRS. AND MISS MINAHAN
18th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel, of Newark, survivors of the Titanic disaster, are bringing with them to this city Mrs. and Miss Daisy Minahan, of Green Bay, Wis. A message addressed to “Miss Daisy Minahan, survivor of the Titanic,” wasreceived at ...
 
HOLD FAMILY INFORMATION

In this article, to avoid confusion, the Stephen Hold lost on Titanic is referred to as Stephen jnr and his father as Stephen snr. Porthoustock in the parish of St Keverne is a small fishing village located close to the southern tip of...
Chicago Daily Tribune
SALAVAGE SHIP ACTIVE WHERE TITANIC SANK
1st August 1953
A British salvage vessel, the Help, was reported today using heavy explosives in the north Atlantic roughly over the spot where the Titanic sank in 1912.  Nothing could be learned of the nature of the ship's activities, first reported ...
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...
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...
Chicago Tribune
SKIPPER PREDICTS FATE OF TITANIC
18th April 1912
SKIPPER PREDICTS FATE OF TITANIC Wreck of Liner Fulfills Prophecy Made by a Veteran Steamship Captain ...
 
WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE'S FAMILY AND THE MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND

William's family and the Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund...
The New York Times
MOST OF THE CREW SAIL
21st April 1912
Sent Home on the Lapland---How Many Were Saved --- All of the crew of the Titanic, except the saved officers and about twenty of the crew who are to be witnesses, sailed for their homes yesterday morning on the R...
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...
Shields Daily News
ROBERT TRIGG : ECHO OF TITANIC DISASTER
10th January 1931
The death of Robert Trigg, a ship’s fireman, in the Tynemouth Infirmary, recalls, the terrible disaster which befell the “world's largest ship" in 1912...
New York Times
WIDOW OF TITANIC'S COMMANDER IS DEAD
30th April 1931
Husband Was Captain E. J. Smith, Who Went Down in Sea Tragedy of 1912 --- Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, April 29---The Titanic disaster was recalled today with the death of Mrs. Sarah Eleanor Smith, widow of C...
Ottawa Citizen
SYRIAN WOMAN'S THRILLING NARRATIVE
24th April 1912
Ship's Officers Fired into Steerage: Panic Amid Rush for Lifeboats Mariana Assaff says Ten People on Doomed Ship were Bound for Ottawa but Two survive. ...How Mrs. Assaf views the Horror and Catastrophe of Her Rescue. "Mariana Assaf a...
Jersey Journal
THOS. MCCORMACK OF BAYONNE AT ELLIS ISLAND
19th April 1912
After hours of anxious searching relatives to-day learned that Thomas McCormack, the young Bayonne man who was on the Titanic, was at Ellis Island where he is being detained prior to his readmission to this country. ...
A TALE OF HOFFMAN
Titanica!
A TALE OF HOFFMAN
18th January 2005
Senan Molony
A boy wakes, and he is on a train. The world is wriggling past the window. Papa looks, but does not say anything. Nor does he try to smile. ...
Newark Evening News
STENGEL TELLS TRAGEDY STORY
19th April 1912
Home with Wife, Depicts Wreck Scenes and Perils of Survivors. ---------- DEATH NEAR, VICTIMS JOKED ---------- Days of suspense had been borne by the family and friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel, of 1075 Broad str...
New York Times
BEATEN FROM LIFEBOAT
21st April 1912
Youth Says Sailors Tried to Keep Him In Water --- Mrs. Catherine Evers of 446 Broadway, Bayonne, N. J., whose brother. Thomas McCormick of 38 West Twentieth Street, Bayonne was a second cabin passenger on the Titanic, visited him yester...
Newark Star
TITANIC VICTIM'S HUSBAND MISSING
22nd April 1912
Elizabeth Man Strangely Disappears After Learning of Her Death at Sea --- ELIZABETH, April 21---Benjamin Peacock, of 609 South Broad street, who lost his wife and two children in the Titanic disaster, disappeared on Friday at noon and ...
Voyage
THE TUGS AT TITANIC'S DEPARTURE
6th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Albert Edward, Hercules, Vulcan, Ajax, Hector Neptune Registered 10 September 1861, the Southampton, Isle of Wight and South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Limited Company was known during its early years...
Santa Barbara News-Press
MRS. BERTHE BOURLARD, WORLD TRAVELER, PLANS ANOTHER EUROPEAN TRIP
27th May 1956
Mrs. Berthe Leroy Bourlard, who survived the sinking of the “Titanic” with her patroness, Mrs. Walter Douglas, keeps her picture and the volume of her verses, which contains a poem entitled “Titanic” among her souvenirs of 35 years as traveling compa...
Washington Times
SAW FUNNEL SWEEP FATHER OVERBOARD
22nd April 1912
Philadelphian Gives Up All Hope of Life of Parent --- PHILADELPHIA, April 22---Richard Norris Williams, jr., one of the survivors of the Titanic, who was coming to this city with his father after having spent many years abroad, is one o...
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...
Gettysburg Complier
REACH HEIGHTS OF LUXURY
19th June 1912
Good Reasons Why the Newest Ocean Liners are Referred to as Floating Palaces While the first photograph of the new steamship Titanic received in New York shows a ship in most respects like the Olympic there is a pronounced diff...
The Courier News
TITANIC STEWARDS DESCRIBE RESCUE
17th May 1912
Survivors give evidence at Titanic enquiry......
Titanic Crew Biography
CHARLES S. REED, 2ND CLASS BEDROOM STEWARD
10th December 2011
Peter Northover
New research reveals the identity of a Titanic steward....
The Times
MR. BRUCE ISMAY
18th October 1937
AN ABLE SHIPOWNER --- Mr. Bruce Ismay, who died yesterday at his residence, 15, Hill Street, Mayfair, at the age of 74, was well known, particularly in Liverpool, as an able shipowner. His grandfather, Joseph Ismay, was a...
Brooklyn Daily Times
MRS. CORNELL SAVED?
17th April 1912
Magistrate's Wife Probably Rescued from Titanic --- BAYSIDE, April 17---News was received to-day at the home of Edward W. Apppleton, whose wife, a sister of Magistrate Robert C. Cornell, of Manhattan, and sister-in-law of Daniel W. Appl...
The San Francisco Call
RELATIVES HERE AWAIT TIDINGS
16th April 1912
John Bartholomew, son of John Bartholomew, head of the commissary of the Titanic, is staying at the St. Francis. Young Bartholomew is a traveling agent of a large linen house of England and is here on one of his regular ...
New York Times
MRS. HELEN C. CANDEE SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES
24th August 1949
Page 25, column 2 YORK HARBOR, ME., Aug 23 Mrs. Helen Churchill Candee, author and lecturer, of this place and Washington, D.C., died here today after a brief illness. She was 90 years old. Mrs. Candee, an authority on tapes...
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...
New York Herald
MR. W. ROEBLING, 2D, AMONG PASSENGERS
17th April 1912
TRENTON, N.J. Monday - Washington Roebling, II a son of Charles G. Roebling, president of the John A. Roebling Sons Company, the Roebling Construction Company and the New Jersey Wire Cloth Company, who was a passenger on board the Titanic, togethe...
Hastings and St. Leonards Observer
LETTER FROM LOCAL LADY SURVIVOR
4th May 1912
Miss Annie Caton, sister of Mr. Charles Caton, bookseller, 56, of Norman-road, St. Leonards, one of the stewardesses was fortunate enough to be saved from the " Titanic " disaster, and has sent home to St. Leonards a very interesting ...
Unknown
LEST WE FORGET
1912
Marie G. Young
by Marie G. Young - A Survivor of the Titanic Miss Marie G. Young, Former Music Teacher at the White House, Rescued From the Titanic, Describes the Sufferings of Some of the Survivors Six months have elapsed since the ...
Galesburg Evening Mail
TELLS OF RESCUE FROM TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Frank Kurun of Galesburg Tells How He Saved Himself and Daughter WAS IN A BOAT FIRST PICKED UP Jumped from Lower Deck Into Life Boat As It Was Being Lowered His Brother Drowned Frank Kurun,...
North Devon Journal
THE TRAGEDY OF THE TITANIC
25th April 1912
The battlefields of history offer no more shining episode than the last hours of the “Titanic.” It will live in history beside the story of the “Birkenhead.”...
Newark Evening News
BROTHER OF MONTCLAIR MAN ON MISSING LIST
16th April 1912
Henry Mitchell, one of the second-cabin passengers on the Titanic, who is among the missing, was on his way from Guernsey, England, to visit the family of his brother, John C. Mitchell, of 19 Portland place, Montclair. The brothers had pla...
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 ...
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...
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...
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...
LUCIEN P. SMITH'S DECEMBER BABY
Sphere
LUCIEN P. SMITH'S DECEMBER BABY
28th December 1912
Mary Eloise Smith pregnant on Titanic...
Newark Evening News
HOPE LODGE TO MOURN DEATH OF ITS MASTER
19th April 1912
A special meeting of Hope Lodge No. 124, F. and A. M., of East Orange, which, arranged some time ago, was to have been in the nature of a red-letter day for the master, W. Anderson Walker, will take the form of a lodge of sorrow. The meeting is to b...
Wells Journal
LADY'S PRAISE OF A TITANIC SEAMAN
30th May 1912
One of the able seamen on the Titanic, Thomas Jones, a native of Anglesey has received the following letter from New York:- ''I feel I must write and tell you how splendidly you took charge of our boat on the fatal night. There were on...
MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH AND HER SON
New York Tribune
MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH AND HER SON
15th April 1913
Bride who was widowed by the Titanic disaster and babe whose father went down with the ship BRIDE, WIDOW, MOTHER, ALL WITHIN A YEAR Anniversary of Titanic Disaster Recalls Experience of Mrs. E...
The Evening News
OSTBYS DECLARED SAFE
April 1912
A message from Cape Race at 4:10 o'clock this morning brought the news that E. C. Ostby of the firm of Ostby & Barton and his daughter, Miss Helen R. Ostby, of this city, who sailed on the wrecked liner Titanic, were among the rescued o...
Oxford Times
STEWARD'S STATEMENT
27th April 1912
Propped up on pillows in bed at St. Vincent's Hospital, Thomas Whiteley, steward of the First Class Saloon of the Titanic, described the scene in the dining-room on the night of the disaster. ''We had made great time,...
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...
The Times
MR H.FORBES JULIAN
20th April 1912
The Carpathia has brought to New York no news of Mr H Forbes Julian, who was well known among metallurgical engineers. From 1886 to 1893 he was consultant for mines at Barberton, Johannesburg, and Kimberley, superintending the op...
Salt Lake Tribune
UTAH WOMAN ON TITANIC NOT NAMED AS SURVIVOR
17th April 1912
Page 1 Photograph of Mrs. Irene Colvin Corbett of Provo, who wrote she would take passage on Titanic. She is holding one of her three children, who are with their grandparents in Provo. (Photo of Mrs. Corbett and child...
Chicago Tribune
UNCONFIRMED STORY OF HORROR
17th April 1912
A report is current here which is said to have emanated from the trading vessel Bruce, which is on the way to Sydney, C. B., giving a version of the Titanic disaster which the trader obtained from various ships. This is to...
ROSTRON MADE BRITISH KNIGHT
Unidentified Newspaper
ROSTRON MADE BRITISH KNIGHT
1926
The high honor was conferred upon Rostron by King George in recognition of his splendid service for his country....
Sunday Post
TITANIC SURVIVOR'S RASH ACT
25th September 1921
There was an echo of the Titanic disaster at a St Pancras inquest to-day on William Arthur Lucas, a seaman. Lucas was on the Leeds to London corridor express on Wednesday night, and on the arrival of the train at King's Cro...
Newark Star
C. E. H. STENGEL TELLS IN DETAIL OF BATTLE FOR LIVES
19th April 1912
Escapes in Separate Boat from Wife, Not Realizing Danger --- Lincoln Park Man Says Shock Was Slight, and That Supply of Lifeboats Was Inadequate; Denies That Captain Was Drinking, But Declares He Was Entertaining Ismay ...
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...
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...
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 ...
Concord Enterprise
MRS. J. MURRAY BROWN
17th April 1912
"Among the passengers o the Titanic was Mrs. J. Murray Brown, widow of the late J. Murray Brown, and mother of Mrs. George S. Keyes of Concord. Mrs. Brown went to England in the early part of March, accompanied by her sisters, Mrs. E. D. A...
RACING THROUGH THE NIGHT : OLYMPIC'S ATTEMPT TO REACH TITANIC
Titanic Review
RACING THROUGH THE NIGHT : OLYMPIC'S ATTEMPT TO REACH TITANIC
17th November 2011
Michael Poirier
The story of Olympic's abortive 350 mile dash to save Titanic....
SHADOW OF THE TITANIC: THE EXTRAORDINARY STORIES OF THOSE WHO SURVIVED
Titanic Review
SHADOW OF THE TITANIC: THE EXTRAORDINARY STORIES OF THOSE WHO SURVIVED
29th November 2011
Mark Chirnside
Mark Chirnside reviews Andrew Wilson's new book exploring the later lives of Titanic's survivors....
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...
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....
New York Times
TWO MEN HURT ON OLYMPIC
25th January 1912
President Ismay Sails on Her to Return on New Titanic...
The Washington Herald
THIRD WIDOW, DUE TO TITANIC WRECK, BECOMES A MOTHER
30th November 1912
Memories of the sinking of the ill-fated Titanic were recalled to the minds of a number of Washingtonians last night, when word was received here from Cincinnati of the birth of a baby boy to Mrs Lucien D Smith, daughter of...
GEORGE ALEXANDER LUCIEN RHEIMS
Titanica!
GEORGE ALEXANDER LUCIEN RHEIMS
12th October 2012
Homer Thiel
Updated biographical information on Titanic survivor George Rheims....
Newark Star
STENGEL DENIES BRIBES WERE GIVEN TO SAILORS
24th April 1912
Newark Man Says Tale Told by Seaman as to "Money Boat" in Which He Left Titanic is Untrue --- Reports that bribes were offered the sailors who manned the boat in which C. E. Henry Stengel of Newark; Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon and Lady Duff-...
The Auburn Citizen
COLLETT TELLS HIS STORY
23rd April 1912
Says He Heard No Music as the Titanic Went Down. STILL SUFFERING FROM EXPERIENCE Visibly Nervous as He Told the Tale of His Journey, Which Contained Many New Details of the Wreck of the Le...
Chicago Record-Herald
PREACHER EN-ROUTE HERE
17th April 1912
Among the passengers of the Titanic who are believed to have perished was Rev. John Harper of London, who was expected to preach Sunday from the pulpit of Moody Church, Chicago.  Rev. Mr. Harper, who was pastor of the Walworth Road Baptist...
Western Daily Mercury
STEWARDESSES INTERVIEWED
30th April 1912
Shortly before the special train steamed out of the docks, two of the stewardesses who are returning to their homes – Mrs. Gold and Mrs. Martin granted a brief interview, in which they narrated their experiences. They were first-class stewardes...
Evening Times
ON THEIR HONEYMOON
17th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Smith rescued from ill-fated liner. ...
Guernsey Evening Press
MR. JOSEPH DUQUEMIN
2nd May 1912
A letter was received this morning by the father of Mr. Joseph Duquemin, who was a passenger on the Titanic. He states that he has been in hospital and on his recovery proceeded to his destination, Albany, New York, where he has arrived quite well. H...
Kenosha Telegraph-Courier
MRS. HANSON IS HOME

MRS. HANSON IS HOME _____________________   ...
Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping (1908)
SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION CO., LTD.

Shaw, Savill and Albion Co., Ltd. Successors to Messrs. Shaw, Savill and Co. and the Albion Co. Established 50 years ago. This company maintain a regular service of passenger and cargo steamers between London and New Zealand, and...
Chicago American
TITANIC'S COURSE AND SPEED CAUSED DISASTER, SAYS DAHL
24th April 1912
 A picture of a sea dotted with so many icebergs that the Carpathia was forced to steer an zigzag course to leave the field of menacing floes was added to the indictment against officials of the White Star Line to-day by Charles Dahl, a Titan...
 
INFORMATION ABOUT JOHN JAMES BOREBANK

Borebank, Mr. John. J. Missing. First Class Passenger. Cabin D22/1. Occupation - Horticulturist, c/o Lodges of the World, Winnipeg, Canada. Real Estate agent. Left Winnipeg in the Spring of 1911 for the Coronation of King George V. Then was re...
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...
The Times
SIR ARTHUR ROSTRON
6th November 1940
Captain Sir Arthur Rostron, K.B.E., R.D., R.N.R., for many years Commodore of the Cunard Fleet and one of the most famous of the commanders of the Mauretania, died at the Cottage Hospital, Chippenham, on Monday, after a ...
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...
The Sun (New York)
J. P. MORGAN HOME AGAIN
25th July 1912
As Usual, Financier Refuses to Discuss Any Subject --- J. Pierpont Morgan returned from Europe yesterday on the White Star liner Olympic, He was met at Quarantine by his son. J. P. Morgan. Jr., who went down to Q...
Rahway Daily Record
WITH FLAGS AT HALF STAFF RAHWAY SHOWS HER SORROW
18th April 1912
Honor to the dead who went down in the ill-fated Titanic is being is being paid in this city today. The flags on the police station and on all the public schools were half-staffed by order of Councilman-at-Large John Farrell. Rahway has felt the fo...
CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC
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CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC
6th April 2008
John P. Eaton
Who Redeemeth Thy Life From Destruction...
Inverness Courier
LINER'S PERIL : TITANIC STRIKES AN ICEBERG AND SINKS
16th April 1912
Early yesterday morning telegrams were received from New York that the Titanic, with passengers and crew, numbering 2358 persons, had on Sunday struck an iceberg in the Atlantic, and was sinking by th...
 
ELISABETH WALTON ALLEN - GENERAL INFORMATION

ALLEN, Miss Elisabeth Walton. Saved. Cabin B5. (Saved in Lifeboat number 2). (Niece of Mrs. E. S. Roberts and cousin of Miss Georgette Madill). Home address: Tunbridge Wells, England. (Mrs. J. B. Mennell). Insurance clai...
 
HUSBAND AND WIFE SAVED

Mr. And Mrs. A.A. Dick were Luckily Hustled Into Lifeboat Together....
New-York Tribune
CAME TO SEE COL. GRACIE
8th December 1912
Titanic Survivor Learns of Friend's Death on Landing --- R. W. Daniel. who jumped from the stern of the Titanic as the great White Star liner plunged to the bottom on the morning of April 15 last, arrived her...
Washington Herald
ISMAY LEFT SHIP AT WOMEN'S PLEA
19th April 1912
White Star Official Described as Refusing to Enter Boat at First --- New York, April 18---J. [sic] D. M. Cardeza, of Philadelphia, who was among the rescued passengers of the Titanic, told how he said he witnessed Bruce Ismay’s departur...
 
PETER DENNIS DALY BY HIS GRANDSON

"What follows is the story of PDD and his Titanic involvement as told to me by my father (Richard) and supplemented by my uncle Nicanor (who in the 20's settled in Buenos Aries, Argentina) joining other established Dalys there: Paul, (bachelor), Vict...
A RARE TITANIC FAMILY: THE CALDWELLS' STORY OF SURVIVAL
Titanic Review
A RARE TITANIC FAMILY: THE CALDWELLS' STORY OF SURVIVAL
11th February 2012
Mike Poirier
Families are often the guardians of history. Who would have imagined that a new, amateur photo taken aboard Titanic on the day she sailed would grace the cover of a book? Julie Hedgepeth Williams, a journalism professor, has gone throu...
The Hawaiian Gazette
PUNAHOU STUDENT MAY BE AMONG TITANIC LOST
23rd April 1912
Hawaii,Percy White, a brother of Mrs. [sic] James B. Castle of this city, and his son, Percy White Jr., were passengers on the White Star liner Titanic, and it is feared they are among the hundreds wh...
Evening Telegram
WILLIAM CARTER'S ACCOUNT
22nd April 1912
William E. Carter, when Mr. Ismay's statement was shown to him, corroborated the White Star line official. Mr. Carter said: – "The statements which have been made by many persons regarding Mr. Ismay's conduct are a...
Niles Daily News
SURVIVOR FROM TITANIC ARRIVES IN NILES
25th April 1912
Philip Zanni Tells a Tragic Story of His Rescue - Assisted in Rowing Lifeboat Away from Sinking Ship --------------- The first survivor of the ill fated ship the "Titanic" that has reached Niles is Philip Zanni [sic],...
Hull Daily Mail
A GHASTLY BOAT LOAD : CORPSES FROM THE TITANIC
18th May 1912
There were signs of starvation... that the poor people in the boat had torn the canvas with their fingernails and tried to relieve their hunger by chewing the cork....
THE OLYMPIC CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC
Titanic Review
THE OLYMPIC CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC
6th December 2004
Michael Tennaro
In this new book, Chirnside has done the triplets proud, with a thoroughly researched history of each of these vessels. ...
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...
Rockford Morning Star
TITANIC SURVIVOR ARRIVES IN ROCKFORD
26th April 1912
DAGMAR BRYHL NOW WITH RELATIVES IN PEARL STREET. WILL RETURN TO SWEDEN Worst Experience of Night of Horrors Was When She Was Unmercifully Parted From Sweetheart and Brother Entirely unnerved by the strain...
Unidentified Newspaper
MRS. ADA PERINE, 92, SURVIVED TITANIC SINKING
1967
Mrs. Ada Perine, 92, who 55 years ago survived the sinking of the "unsinkable" luxury liner Titanic, died Sunday at the Maryland Masonic Home for the Aged in Cockeysville, where she had lived since 1953. Mrs. Perine, then Mrs. Ada Ball, was...
New York Times
FLOWERS FOR OCEAN GRAVE
13th May 1912
Wife of Titanic Victim Strews Then Near Scene of Wreck --- When the Cunarder Carmania was in latitude 39.16, longitude 50.14 West, the nearest she approached to the place where the Titanic foundered, Mrs. J. H. Loring, a first-cabin pas...
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...
FOR THE CHILDREN
The Daily Banner
FOR THE CHILDREN
9th May 1912
Two Baby Waifs Rescued From the Sunken Titanic. When the steamship...
Liverpool Echo
THE BRAVE BANDSMEN - A BELGIAN MEMORIAL
25th April 1912
A movement has been started at Liege to commemorate, by a suitable and picturesque monument, the heroic behaviour of the band on board the Titanic. Of the eight members of the band, one, George Krins, was a young and most promising musician, born at ...
New York Evening Post
MADELEINE NEWELL'S ACCOUNT
19th April 1912
The shock was not not sudden, '' she said, ''but was more like that of an earthquake. When I went on deck, it seemed to me that we had struck the iceberg almost head-on, but more to the right side of the bow. I believ...
The Milford Cabinet
MILFORD MAN WAS ON TITANIC
April 1912
Emilio Portalupi tells of thrilling experience....
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...
Burlington Daily Gazette
GUNNAR TENGLIN
25th April 1912
"It was not a hard shock," said Tenglin, "but my friend and myself, finding the engines stopped, thought, we would go up and investigate. I put on all my clothes but my shoes and we went to the forward deck. The deck was covered ...
PUNCH WYNN POPS UP
Chester Observer
PUNCH WYNN POPS UP
14th January 1939
Recently, while strolling the deck of a big liner, my attention was drawn to an old sailor. I addressed a deck steward who stood near by — "Who Is that old fell...
Washington Times
DRESSED IN SKIRTS MAN LEFT TITANIC
22nd April 1912
Mrs. Fortune and Daughter Say a Coward Was in Last Lifeboat --- NEW YORK, April 22---A man in women’s clothes was among the survivors in lifeboat 10, according to Mrs. Mark Fortune, Winnipeg, who was rescued with her three daughters on ...
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...
Chicago Examiner
JOHN HUGO ROSS AMONG THOSE NOT RESCUED
19th April 1912
J. H. ROSS EXPECTED.      One of the Titanic victims was to visit Dr. Hugh H. Perry, 9515 Commercial avenue, the latter part of this week.  He was J. Hugo Ross, cousin of Dr. Perry and a wealthy re...
Guardian
MOUNT CHARLES VICTIMS
26th April 1912
It is now almost certain that Mr. W. H. Nancarrow and Mr. Alex. Robins have gone down with the ill-fated liner. Hopes were held that at least Mrs. Robins might have secured a place in the rescue boats, but now the Carpathia has reached the shore it i...
BERTHE LEROY: TITANIC SURVIVOR
Titanica!
BERTHE LEROY: TITANIC SURVIVOR
12th July 2004
Olivier Mendez & Michel Leroy
Berthe Leroy, a short biography...
Brooklyn Daily Times
WYCOFF VAN DERHOEF HAD BIG CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
16th April 1912
Wycoff Van Derhoef, of 109 Joralemon street, was one of the wealthiest and best known residents of the Eastern District and Secretary of the Williamsburgh City Fire Insurance Company. Mr. Van Derhoef was on his way from a visit to his sister in Euro...
LIFEBOATS DON'T LIE!
Titanica!
LIFEBOATS DON'T LIE!
13th November 2005
Senan Molony
FEWER and fewer revisionists of the Titanic disaster are now making the overt claim that the Mystery Ship seen off the port bow at the time of the sinking was (as the American and British Inquiries stated in 1912) the Leyland Liner ...
Daily Chronicle
LAST WILL & TESTAMENT LOST ON TITANIC
23rd July 1912
In the High Court of Justice Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division (Before the Rt. Hon. Samuel Evans, President) In the goods of S. S. Jacobsohn, deceased. page 3 This was a motion by a wid...
New York Times
CHARLES MELVILLE HAYS
16th April 1912
Charles Melville Hays, President of the Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Companies, has been considered one of the most brilliant and successful of railroad officials......
The Daily Banner
RESCUED FROM THE SINKING TITANIC WAS CHARLES BURGESS
19th April 1912
Nephew of Mrs. Brining Of This City A Telegram Received Here from White Star Line The following telegram was received from New York shortly before noon today: ...
Paterson Morning Call
JUMPED FROM SINKING SHIP
23rd April 1912
Frederick Hoyt Sees His Wife Safely in a Boat Before His Plunge ---------- IS PICKED UP LATER ---------- And Happily Reunited With His Wife in Lifeboat---Thrilling Story of Man Known in This City ---------- ...
New York Times
SIR ARTHUR ROSTRON SAILS AS COMMODORE
29th July 1928
Senior Cunard Captain Heads Fleet, Succeeding Late Sir James Charles --- HERO OF TITANIC DISASTER --- Wears Many Honors for Rescue and War Service---Berengaria Is His 13th Command --- Captain Sir Arthur Rostr...
Newark Evening News
THREE STILL SUFFER FROM PERILS AND COLD
19th April 1912
Still suffering from the hardships they endured, Miss Cornelia T. Andrews, Mrs. John C. Hogeboom and Miss Gretchen F. Longley, who survived the Titanic disaster, are at the home of Mrs. Arthur H. Flack, of 458 Central avenue, East Orange. ...
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 ...
IDENTIFYING STEWARDS
Titanica!
IDENTIFYING STEWARDS
13th February 2005
Senan Molony
WHAT ARE the chances of identifying Titanic bodies more than 90 years after they were buried at sea? Better than impossible - fair, in some cases. One of the early bodies picked up by the search ves...
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...
 
LETTER TO HIS OLD FRIEND ALFRED PARSONS
11th April 1912
''On board R.M.S. Titanic April 11, 1912. Dear Alfred I got yours this morning and was glad to hear from you. I thought I told you my ship was the Titanic. She has everything but taxicabs and theatres., Table D' Hote, Restau...
JOHN QUINN: A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY
 
JOHN QUINN: A BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

John Quinn was born in Belfast on 3rd March 1876 the son of a shoemaker, he was one of ...
NO LIGHT ON THE MYSTERY HIDING THE IDENTITY OF TWO WAIFS OF THE SEA
Evening World
NO LIGHT ON THE MYSTERY HIDING THE IDENTITY OF TWO WAIFS OF THE SEA
22nd April 1912
Nicola Greeley-Smith
French Children Merely Answer Oui and Contentedly Play With Little Boats...
Atlantic City Daily Press
2 SURVIVORS OF TITANIC ARRIVE
3rd May 1912
Major Hayes Entertains Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Taylor at Apollo Theatre. ---------- ‘NAUGHTY MARIETTA’ HELPS THEM FORGET ---------- Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Taylor, of London, two of the survivors of the Ti...
Ship to Shore
WILLIAM SLOPER'S ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
1984
William T. Sloper
"I walked into the palm court of the Carleton hotel on Pall Mall in the middle of the afternoon. The streets around the hotel and the hotel itself were deserted except for one group of people...
MCGOUGH THE KEY?
Titanica!
MCGOUGH THE KEY?
5th September 2008
Senan Molony
THERE’S a Titanic seaman named McGough who is claimed to be a human key to understanding the sequence of lifeboat departures. He’s said to have helped lower lifeboat No. 14 – but to have departed in lifeboat No. 9 on the opposit...
NEBRASKAN SURVIVOR RARELY SPOKE OF TRAGEDY
 
NEBRASKAN SURVIVOR RARELY SPOKE OF TRAGEDY

Einar Gervasius Carlson, formerly Karlsson was born in Oakarshamn, Sweden on June 19, 1890. He was 21 years old when he and a friend, Johan Charles Asplund boarded the Titanic for the United States. They were originally booked on the ship Adria...
San Francisco Bulletin
SUICIDAL BULLET IS FATAL TO DR. DODGE
30th June 1919
Page 1, Column 4 PHYSICIAN EXPIRES FROM SHOT Dr. Washington Dodge died early today in St. Francis Hospital as the result of a bullet wound which he inflicted June 21 while in a fit of despondency brought on by illness....
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...
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - QUEENSTOWN
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - QUEENSTOWN
11th April 1912
Letter written on RMS Titanic notepaper from second class passenger William J. Mellors to his mother...
Evening Bulletin
MRS. A. H. RICE DIES IN PARIS AT 69
14th July 1937
Wife of Explorer and Surgeon Was Widow of G. D. Widener --- Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Rice, the former Eleanor Elkins, of this city, died suddenly yesterday at her home in Paris. She was 69. Mrs. Rice's first husband was G...
New York Times
FRANCE HONORS ROSTRON
28th February 1929
Cunard Commodore Receives Legion of Honor Aboard Berengaria --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- CHERBOURG, Feb. 27---France honored a life of heroism and seamanship tonight when she awarded the Legion of Honor to S...
The Independent
THE PERILS OF PASSENGERS
24th June 1875
ANOTHER very terrible wreck of an iron steamship has been reported and a loss of human lives has been the consequence, which must cause a shudder to the intending passengers to Europe this season. The unfortunate ship was the "Vicksburg"...
 
LAWRY FAMILY INFORMATION

Charity, who travelled as a third class passenger with her husband Alexander Robins was born in the parish of St. Mewan, Cornwall on 18 January 1865. At the time of the 1871 Census, aged 7, she was living at St. Austell with her parents and 8 ...
Camden Post-Telegram
MANY MOURN FOR MR. FRED. SUTTON
20th April 1912
Haddonfield Man Who Went Down With Titanic in Numerous Corporations --- BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH --- As no word has been received concerning Frederick Sutton, of Haddonfield, it seems certain that he perish...
Greensburg Herald Tribune
YOUNG GREENSBURG WOMAN WAS PASSENGER ON ILL-FATED SHIP
22nd April 1912
"Oh, I feel bad, ver' bad, los' money, los' friend. When I stand up I see ship come again, when I shut my eyes. I see people go down, down, down--Oh ver' bad time." And, with the remembrance of it, Mrs. Sophie Abraham, 20 years old, shuddered and bur...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times
THE WIRELESS OPERATOR OF THE TITANIC
30th September 1912
A rectangular cloister, 120 ft square, will be the chief feature of the memorial which is to be provided at Godalming in memory of Mr. John George Phillips, the wireless operator in the Titanic, whose home was at Farncombe, Godalming. The memorial co...
R.M.S. TITANIC: FROM A DRAWING TO A SINKING
Titanica!
R.M.S. TITANIC: FROM A DRAWING TO A SINKING
10th September 2013
Luca Marzano
Luca Marzano proposes a hypothetical sinking sequence inspired by the recollection of a young passenger, 17-year-old Jack Thayer....
New York Times
MRS. ASTOR IS ABLE TO TELL OF RESCUE
22nd April 1912
birds...
New York Herald
LADY DUFF GORDON SAW MEN SHOT BY CAPTAIN SMITH
19th April 1912
Lady Duff Gordon Saw Men Shot by Captain Smit Several in Crowding for Boats Mortally Wounded by the Titanic’s Commander, She Says – One Man Shot Dead Jumping Into Her...
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
CAPT. SMITH ENDED LIFE WHEN TITANIC BEGAN TO FOUNDER
19th April 1912
Stories of His Suicide Differ, One Woman Asserting He Shot Himself, and Another Describing His Drowning --- Unable to bear the terrible strain of the disaster that overtook his mighty ship, Capt. E. J. Smith killed himself and gave to t...
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - SOUTHAMPTON
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - SOUTHAMPTON
10th April 1912
Letter written on RMS Titanic notepaper from second class passenger William J. Mellors to his mother...
Adams County News
LOCAL INTEREST IN TITANIC LOSS
20th April 1912
Wife of Lutheran Missionary Returning Home with Three Children All Saved in Midnight Transfer to Life Boats Many Gettysburg people are keenly interested in the welfare of four passengers who were o...
La Tribune de Genève
THE ARNOLD AND HAAS FAMILIES
21st April 1912
Newspaper article...
New York Times
SAYS ISMAY TOOK FIRST BOAT
19th April 1912
Titanic Fireman Declares He Got in "with Millionaires" --- Harry Senior, a fireman on the Titanic, said last night: "I was in my bunk when I felt a bump. One man said. 'Hello, she has been struck.' I went...
The Evening Post
LEAPS FROM LINER'S DECK.
20th April 1912
Major Walker Takes His Life at Sea   ...
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...
 
WILLIAM GREENFIELDS ACCOUNT

William was involved in his Father's fur business and sailed to Russia once a year to purchase pelts. Blanche went with him this time to buy silk in Paris for the linings of the coats. William met his ...
 
THE STRANGE MYSTERIES OF MOVIE MAKER WILLIAM HARBECK

John Lamoreau
William Harbeck was one of the very first moving picture film makers. In 1911 his film of southern Alaska became the center of a major story. American railroad tycoon J P Morgan and Meyer Guggenheim bought up claims for large tracts of land in Alaska...
Ilford Graphic
THE TALE OF THE TITANIC (2ND PAGE OF THE ARTICLE)
10th May 1912
And now, I come to a part of my story that I shrink from telling. Indeed, I think I have lingered over the first part because I dread relating the events of that awful night. I have read some where of people living a whole lifetime in a few hours. I ...
New York Times
MRS. CARTER WEDS AGAIN
1st September 1914
Back from London, She Announces Her Marriage to George Brooke --- Special to The New York Times --- PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 31--The announcement today of the marriage of Mrs. Lucile Polk Carter, prominent in Philadelphia, New ...
New York Times
CAPTAIN'S OFFICIAL REPORTS
20th April 1912
Rostron Tells How the Carpathia Did Work of Rescue --- Just before the Carpathia sailed yesterday afternoon on her interrupted voyage to the Mediterranean, Capt. Rostron, her commander, gave out what he declared to be the first and only...
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...
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, ...
Le Grand Echo du Nord et du Pas-de-Calais
A SURVIVOR FROM SAINS-BOUVIGNY
23rd April 1912
A young lady from Sains-Bouvigny among passengers – She is safe and sound A few months ago, a young lady from Sains-Bouvigny, Melle Leroy, left her home here and was hired by rich Americans as a maid. After a short time in Paris...
Chicago Daily Journal
ONLY ONE OF IRISH PARTY BOUND FOR CHICAGO LIVES
19th April 1912
Of the five members of a party that included the Burke family, who left Castlebar, Ireland, to come to America, there was only one aboard the Carpathia when it crept up to its dock in New York. She was Annie Kelly, 16 years old. Her si...
New York Evening Journal
MRS. ASTOR ABLE TO GREET FAMILY
21st April 1912
HAS PARTLY RECOVERED FROM SHOCK AND EXPOSURE, HER PHYSICIAN ANNOUNCES Mrs. John Jacob Astor was able to leave her bed yesterday for the first time since she returned on board the Carpathia Thursday night after bein...
Atlantic City Daily Press
LITTLE DISORDER ON TITANIC
20th April 1912
E. Z. Taylor, of London, Gives Graphic Story of Shipwreck and Rescue ---------- E. Z. Taylor, of Philadelphia and London, and stockholder in the American Mono- Service Co., told his story of the disaster and rescue in a cal...
 
CONFUSION OVER A NAME: YROIS OR YVOIS

John Lamoreau
Almost since the Titanic sank there has been confusion over the name of a second class passenger. What we know for positive was that her first name was Henriette. She was traveling with film maker William Harbeck. They both lost t...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC
16th April 1912
News of Relatives Anxiously Awaited by Families In This City ---------- William E. Carter, 37 years old, of Philadelphia, a nephew of Joseph W. Carter, of 43 South Broad street, a well-known Elizabeth resident, is one of the pas...
Asbury Park Evening Press
MRS. GWINN IS NOT AT POINT OF DEATH
26th April 1912
Wife of Titanic’'s Mail Chief Feels Loss Keenly but is Not Ill ---------- Metropolitan newspapers this morning all published stories to the effect that Mrs. William Logan Gwinn, wife of the chief mail clerk of the l...
New York Times
YOUNG ASTOR TELLS OF WEDDING PLANS
29th June 1934
Newspaper Group Is Informed That the Couple Will Return to Newport in August --- CHETWODE GIFTS SHOWN --- Famous Ring Given to Bride Will Be Reset for Her in a New Brooch --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES ...
St. Annes on the Sea Express
LOCAL PASSENGERS
19th April 1912
There were at least three local residents on board the Titanic' Amongst the passengers was Mr. Arthur Gee, who resided at Morningside, Riley Avenue, St. Annes. Mr. Gee represented Messrs. Whitehead, Summer, Harker, and Company, machinery exporters, o...
A CAPTAIN ACCUSED
Titanica!
A CAPTAIN ACCUSED
1st July 2005
Samuel Halpern
...
The Gazette (Montreal)
LAURENTIC IS HERE
8th May 1909
The Gazette, Montreal, 8 May 1909 Maiden Voyage Upholds the Satisfactory Results Achieved on Trial Trip --- AN EPOCH IN SHIPPING --- P...
New York Times
TO HOLD ISMAY TO THE END
22nd April 1912
Senate Committee Decides on That Course Sailor's Weird Tale Special to The New York Times WASHINGTON, April 21. Chairman Smith of the Senate Subcommittee investigating th...
Camden Daily Courier
SURE SUTTON HAS PERISHED AT SEA
20th April 1912
Relatives Return From New York Feeling Sure He Went Down on Titanic --- A DAY'S EVENTS AT HADDONFIELD --- Haddonfield, N. J., April 20---No word has yet been received concerning the whereabouts of Frederick Sutton, and it ...
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...
Washington Times
MRS. DESHLER HEARS HER SISTER-IN-LAW IS SAFE; NO WORD FROM BROTHER
16th April 1912
"God grant that my brother, too, is safe," said Mrs. Frances Silvey Deshler of the Wilmington apartments Wyoming avenue northwest, when told today by a Times' reporter that her sister-in-law, Mrs. William B. Silvey, of Duluth, Minn., was among the pa...
TITANIC : THE SHIP MAGNIFICENT
Titanic Review
TITANIC : THE SHIP MAGNIFICENT
3rd April 2008
Dave Gittins
Dave Gittins reviews Titanic: The Ship Magnificent, the ambitious two-volume edition that describes the achievement that was "Titanic" in detail as never before. ...
New York Sun
NOTED STYLIST DIES IN LONDON
22nd April 1935
Lady Duff Gordon Designed Fashions for Royalty...
New York Times Book Review
THE LEGENDS STAY AFLOAT
19th February 1956
DOWN TO ETERNITY.  By Richard O'Connor. 191 pp. New York:Gold Medal Books. 35 cents. --- By BURKE WILKINSON --- Anyone interested in the Titanic disaster will want to read this book, if only to com...
THE UNBORN BABIES OF THE TITANIC
Titanica!
THE UNBORN BABIES OF THE TITANIC
12th September 2013
Titanic passengers who were known or likely to be pregnant at the time of the sinking and a list of male passengers and crew who became fathers posthu...
New York Times
MAJOR BUTT'S SUIT A WONDER
3rd March 1912
Sails Away in it for Rome, the Envy of the Ship ---------- Major Archibald Butt, military aid [sic] to the President of the United States, sailed yesterday for Europe on the North German Lloyd liner Berlin for a rest in a suit...
San Francisco Chronicle
TITANIC CAPTAIN BLAMED FOR WRECK
29th May 1912
Senate Committee Also Scores [sic] Captain of the Steamer Californian. COULD HAVE SAVED ALL. Praise for Carpathia Crew and Gold Medal for her Captain. WASHINGTON. May 28. –The Titanic disaster of April ...
New York Times
MEMORIAL NOTICE (4)
28th April 1912
HAYS---At a special meeting of the Board of Directors of the United States Mortgage and Trust Company held April 25, 1912, it was resolved that the following minutes be adopted and transmitted to the family of Mr. Charles M. Hays: CHAR...
The Bathurst Times
MRS GOLD IN SYDNEY : THE HEROINE OF THE TITANIC
6th September 1913
The Heroine of the Titanic, MRS. GOLD IN SYDNEY. LAST WOMAN TO LEAVE. SEA TRAGEDY RECALLED. "It was fine and clear, that awful night. All the stars were shining. You would never have ...
TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS
 
TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS

Authored by Michael B. Wehrli, Michael B. Wehrli Based on the Senate Hearing transcrip...
New York Times
MRS. E. B. SHERFESEE, ONCE HOOVER AIDE
30th December 1939
Head of the American Fund for French Wounded Won Croix de Guerre---Titanic Survivor --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., Dec. 29---Mrs. Emily Borie Sherfesee, wife of Forsythe Sherfesee, former fiananc...
Evening World
HEROIC PRIESTS GAVE UP LIVES TO QUIET CROWDS
22nd April 1912
Went Down on Titanic With Men and Women Grouped About Them. ------------- ALL CREEDS IN PRAYER ------------- Three Girl Survivors Tell How They Chose Death to S...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
LONE SURVIVOR IS PENNILESS
26th April 1912
Mrs. Peter Reniff is Left Destitute ---------- SAW NO LIGHTS OF OTHER SHIPS AS TITANIC SUNK Made penniless by the recent Titanic disaster in which she lost her husband, two brothers, cousin and two friends, Mrs. Peter Ren...
Newark Evening News
BURLINGTON COUNTY MAN WAS BLOWN INTO WATER
19th April 1912
The story of his remarkable escape was told by Augustus H. Weikman, of Palmyra, Burlington County, when he alighted from the Carpathia last night. Weikman was the ship barber on the Titanic, but he assisted in the work of lowering the lifeboats from...
Highland News
MEN WHO DIED LIKE HEROES
20th April 1912
The stupendous tragedy which occurred in the North Atlantic on the evening of Sunday last has stunned civilisation with its awfulness. ...
The New York Times
SEALING THE LIPS OF TITANIC'S CREW
21st April 1912
Detained Sailors Are Herded on the Celtic Under Close Guard of Detectives. --- HAVE ORDERS NOT TO TALK --- Men Forget Instructions, However, Long Enough to Defend Escape of J. Bruce lsmay ---...
The Western Times
THE STORIES OF SURVIVORS AT PLYMOUTH : FRANK DYMOND
30th April 1912
A fireman named Dymond, of Southampton, related that on the day preceding the disaster the "Titanic" was proceeding at 22 half knots, and had entered the iceberg zone. The sea was as calm and still as a pond, and the day was find and ...
Chicago Inter Ocean
TITANIC MEN FORCE GIRL TO SIGN PAPER
25th April 1912
Rescued Chicagoan Declares When She Was Dazed in New YorkHospital, Line’s Agents Made Her Attest Exonerating Document That agents for the White Star line forced her to sign an exonerating statement ...
Hamilton Spectator
HIS THOUGHTFULNESS SAVED GIRL'S LIFE
June 1912
Dr . Pain's Last Act Made Possible The Romance Of Titanic. In the midst of all the bitter disappointment and sorrow which have come into the lives of Mr and Mrs Albert Pain, of this city, through the loss of thei...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
SAVED AS SHIP PLUNGED DOWN
19th May 1912
Col. Gracie Carried Over as Giant Wave Swept Deck : CLUNG TO WRECKAGE : Stood Hours on Raft Knee Deep in Water and Afraid to Move....
Bridgwater Mercury
T. THRELFALL, LEADING FIREMAN
April 1912
T. Threlfall, leading fireman, told a stirring tale of how his watch went down to their duty in the stokeholds after the ship had struck, how on an order from the bridge they were sent up on deck at 1.20 am by the engineers, who themselves stay...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
KARL BEHR LAUDS WORK OF ISMAY
19th April 1912
Karl H. Behr
Men and Women Helped Into First Lifeboats by White Star Director....
Philadelphia Inquirer
PARISIAN'S WIRELESS EXPERT OFF DUTY WHEN TITANIC STRUCK BERG
19th April 1912
But for This It Is Believed the Stricken Giant's Cries for Help Would Have Been Heard in Time to Save All --------- HALIFAX, N. S., April 18.--With two expeditions on the way to search for Titani...
TITANIC AND THE BEDA: FR THOMAS BYLES
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TITANIC AND THE BEDA: FR THOMAS BYLES
21st April 2015
Fergus Mulligan
In James Cameron's film Titanic a Catholic priest is seen praying with his fellow passengers and reciting from the Book of Revelation. This man was not a figment of Cameron's imagination: his name was Fr Thomas Byles...
TITANIC CITATION CATALOG
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TITANIC CITATION CATALOG
21st October 2006
Captain Charles B. Weeks
Titanic Citation Catalogby Captain Charles WeeksI created this document to assist Titanic researchers. I have found it maddening to have to thumb through numerous books to find a particular citation on a certain subject. Using this...
CHRISTOPHER MILLS LETTER
 
CHRISTOPHER MILLS LETTER
20th April 1912
A letter from a relation of Chris Mills. Written in the days following the sinking it mentions the uncertainty of knowing whether or not he had survived......
New York Times
THE TITANIC (2)
28th July 1912
Lawrence Beesley's Admirable Description of the Disaster --- THE LOSS OF THE S. S. TITANIC. By Lawrence Beesley. Illustrated. Houghton Miffling [sic] Company. $1.20. --- No man can go dawn into the valley of the shadow ...
THE ICEBERG —- RESURFACED?
Titanica!
THE ICEBERG —- RESURFACED?
9th July 2001
Henning Pfeifer
Icebergs photographed after the sinking bear the hallmarks of a collision....
Paterson Morning Call
MET DEATH LIKE A HERO
3rd May 1912
Hawthorne, although grieved by the loss of one of her promising and well liked young men, cannot help but feel proud of the manner in which he met his death. ...
WHEN DID TITANIC TRY FOR HELP?
Titanica!
WHEN DID TITANIC TRY FOR HELP?
7th April 2010
Senan Molony
When did the Titanic transmit her distress signal?...
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...
Laguna Beach Post
TITANIC SURVIVOR MEMORIAL SERVICE
25th January 1962
Lilian Minahan Obituary...
 
THE TITANIC

Frank Blackmarr
The story of the most awful shipwreck of modern times may not be a pleasant subject for either the relator or the hearers but there is an interest in the details of the loss of the Titanic which warrents me in telling the story. And having been on...
The Toronto Daily Star
LAST MAN TO LEAVE TITANIC WAS COLONEL GRACIE, U.S.A.
19th April 1912
------------------- Was in That Last Awful Swirl That Followed When Monster Sank------Came to Surface Aft...
Southern Evening Echo
UNTITLED (3)
14th May 1952
A Former White Star man who was a survivor of the Titanic disaster in April, 1912, 81-years-old Mr. John Hardy, left Southampton for New York last night in U.S. Lines America after his first home visit in 18 years. Mr. Hardy, who is now living...
New York Times
ONE VICTIM LEGALLY DEAD
27th April 1912
Surrogate Accepts Proof That William F. Hoyt Perished in Disaster --- The first victim of the Titanic disaster to be pronounced legally dead was William F. Hoyt.  Surrogate Cohalan accepted proof of Mr. Hoyt's death y...
Bournemouth Echo
A SWANAGE MAN'S STORY OF THE DISASTER
1912
Iceberg mistaken for a cloud The Two Swanage survivors of the ill-fated Titanic messers J W. Gibbons of Studland and Charles Burgess arrived in England on Sunday in the "Lapland". They both arrived in...
Chicago Daily Journal
LOSSES ENTIRE FORTUNE
19th April 1912
Charles Dahl, an Australian, who took the Titanic from Southampton en route to his mother’s home in North Dakota, lost in the sinking ship a wallet which contained all the money he had in the world. “I was in bed when the crash...
New York Times
HOW J. B. THAYER DIED
19th April 1912
Swept from Raft to Which His Son Managed to Cling --- The manner in which John B. Thayer, Second Vice President of the Pennsylvania Railroad, met his death along with eighteen or twenty other men was described last night by Mrs. W. C. ...
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...
New York Times
HOKAN B. STEFFANSON DIES AT 78; FINANCIER WAS ON THE TITANIC
23rd May 1962
Page 45, columns 2-3 Hokan Bjornstrom Steffanson, a financier, died Monday night at Doctor's Hospital after a long illness. His age was 78 and he lived at 56 East Fifty-seventh Street. Mr. Steffanson was a survivor of t...
Chicago Tribune
TITANIC 'VICTIMS' BOB UP EVERYDAY
4th May 1912
Survivors Who Besiege Relief Committee Prove Imposters...
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......
The Daily Banner
STORY TOLD OF SINKING OF THE TITANIC
16th May 1912
By A Nephew Of A Mt. Vernon Man Who Was Rescued In One Of The Life Boats Charles Burgess Arrives At Home In England ...
 
DISPOSITION OF UNIDENTIFIED BODIES

List of Titanic victim's bodies that remain unidentified...
UNIQUE TITANIC LETTER FROM DAY OF COLLISION TO BE SOLD
Titanic News
UNIQUE TITANIC LETTER FROM DAY OF COLLISION TO BE SOLD
31st March 2014
A letter written by a Titanic survivor on board the Titanic on the day of the collision is to be auctioned......
Daily Home News
JERSEY WOMEN TELL THRILLING TALES
20th April 1912
EAST ORANGE, April 20---Generous praise was given yesterday to Col. John Jacob Astor, Major Butt, Vice President Thayer of the Pennsylvania Railroad, President Case of the Vacuum Oil Company, Clarence Moore, George D. Widener and other men who perish...
Elizabeth Daily Journal
ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (1)
16th April 1912
News of Relatives Anxiously Awaited by Families In This City ---------- SCHOOL FLAGS ORDERED AT HALF-MAST ---------- Fred Jefferies, of 21B Florida street, is anxiously awaiting word of his sister, two b...
Connaught Telegraph
WRECK OF THE TITANIC (LAHARDANE PASSENGERS)
20th April 1912
The White Star Liner, Titanic, which sailed from Southampton on Wednesday, after calling at Queenstown for passengers for New York, collided with an iceberg on Monday morning and was wrecked. She had 1,455 passengers and 903 of a crew, was on h...
THE DAY I MET A TITANIC SURVIVOR
Titanica!
THE DAY I MET A TITANIC SURVIVOR
24th March 2011
Gregg Jasper
Liner enthusiast recounts 1968 meeting with Renee Harris Introduction Until the death in 2009 of Millvina Dean, the oldest living Titanic survivor, meeting a passenger who sailed on the legend...
New York Tribune
TITANIC WRECK REUNITES PARENTS
27th April 1912
Wife's Titanic Experience Stops Husband's Divorce Suit...
Rockford Register Star
TITANIC SURVIVOR HAD ROCKFORD CONNECTION
21st December 1997
David Shultz
Dagmar Bryhl: The young woman from Sweden was on the ocean liner with her brother and her fiancé to visit relatives in Rockford. By David Shultz Rockford Register Star. Rockford's connection to the Titanic spent less th...
HOW TO SURVIVE THE TITANIC. OR THE SINKING OF J. BRUCE ISMAY
Titanic Review
HOW TO SURVIVE THE TITANIC. OR THE SINKING OF J. BRUCE ISMAY
11th August 2011
Senan Molony
Ismay as Ecce Homo...
THE GROUNDING OF TITANIC
Titanica!
THE GROUNDING OF TITANIC
6th June 2001
David G. Brown and Parks E. Stephenson
Explores the hypothesis that that Titanic grounded on an underwater shelf of the iceberg....
 
PETER LYMPEROPOULOS : ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Lemberopoulos, (Exact spelling should be Lymperopoulos) Mr. Peter. Missing. Greek. En route to Stamford, CT. Aged 30 years. Has a memorial in St. Johns Churchyard, Agios Sostis community, Messinia, Greece. This memorial was unveiled on ...
Southampton Echo
TITANIC SURVIVOR FOUND HANGED
11th January 1965
Mr. Frederick Fleet (76), Titanic survivor-the lookout who said at the Inquiry he could have saved the disaster-was found dead, hanged, at his home in Norman-road, Freemantle, Southampton, yesterday. His brother-in-law with whom he lived, Mr. ...
Binghamton Press
SEVERAL VICTIMS OF TITANIC DISASTER WELL-KNOWN IN CITY
18th April 1912
Arthur Ryerson and W. F. Hoyt Among Them; Mrs.  Cassebeer Safe Among the locally known people who are believed to have been lost in the Titanic disaster is Arthur Ryerson of Chicago, who, with his wife, two daug...
UNE RESCAPéE DU TITANIC
Le Matin
UNE RESCAPéE DU TITANIC
3rd May 1912
Chez Mme Laroche Dans une petite demueure de Villejuif, une jeune femme en deuil nous reçut hier. Bloties contre elle, deux fillettes, habillées de noir, elles aussi, lui pressaient les mains. C'était Mme Laroche, r...
Unidentified Newspaper
DIGBY COUNTY AND THE TITANIC DISASTER...

Question: What do the sinking of the Titanic and Digby County have in common? Answer: The rescue ship, Carpathia's Chief Officer was Thomas W. Hankinson. Thomas William Hankinson, born 1857, was ...
New York Times
WOMEN REVEALED AS HEROINES BY WRECK
20th April 1912
Mrs. J. J. Brown of Denver Tells Story of Her Seven Hours In Lifeboat --- *** --- Mrs. J. J. Brown, wife of a Denver mine owner, told yesterday afternoon to a reporter for THE TIMES at the Ritz-Carlton the story of her se...
Camden Post-Telegram
MR. SUTTON'S BODY TO BE SENT HOME
27th April 1912
Dr. Tomlin, of Haddonfield, in Halifax to Care for Corpse of Titanic Victim -- WIDENER'S BODY IS BURIED AT SEA --- Dr. F. H. Tomlin, of Haddonfield, is in Halifax, N. S., to receive the body of Frederick Sutt...
Chicago Inter Ocean
JAY YATES, GAMBLER, ONE OF THE HEROES
21st April 1912
Goes to His Death With Sinking Titanic After Helping Women and Children to Safety—Sends Good-By to Mother Special Dispatch to The Inter Ocean New York, April 20—That Jay Yates, gambler, confidence man...
LAST LAP OF THE LARGEST
Titanica!
LAST LAP OF THE LARGEST
12th February 2010
Senan Molony
APRIL tenth, 1912 – A day tinged with sadness for the RMS Olympic. She put in to New York for the last time as the Ship of Superlatives, or so she thought. The next White Star Line leviathan to dock here wou...
THE INFORMATIVE 'MORNING NEWS'
Titanica!
THE INFORMATIVE 'MORNING NEWS'
12th February 2009
Senan Molony
TWO years after the Titanic, and Captain Lord of the Californian was still pleading his case.   There follows a freshly resurrected article – important for the historical record – published ...
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...
The Times
TRAGEDY AT SEA - FILM RECORD OF THE TITANIC
2nd July 1958
The sinking of the Titanic has been dramatized on several occasions, and the subject has been examined from different aspects - as one of the greatest disasters in marine history, as an essay in human courage, as an event that symbolized the passi...
The Evening Post
MYSTERIES OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
16th April 1912
The terrible tragedy of the Titanic, even though it is possible to hope that fuller information may mitigate it, presents several mysteries. Whence and how came the reports spread everywhere yesterday that the passengers had ...
TORONTO'S TITANIC SURVIVORS
Titanica!
TORONTO'S TITANIC SURVIVORS
28th July 2012
Jason D. Tiller
We all know that the R.M.S. Titanic set sail on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England on April 10th, 1912 bound for New York via Cherbourg, France and Queenstown (now Cobh), Ireland, and that she struck an iceberg on Apri...
Jersey Journal
FEAR JERSEY CITY GIRL'S FIANCÉ WENT DOWN WITH THE TITANIC
23rd April 1912
A few hours after the Titanic with hundreds of her passengers and crew went down to their ocean grave a letter was received in this city by Miss Sarah Weir of 173 Clendenny Avenue, from her sweetheart, Peter Sloan, chief electrician of the ill-...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
THE FACTS THAT STICK OUT IN THE GREATEST OF MARINE DISASTERS
19th April 1912
Early report summarizing the known facts of the Titanic disaster......
Nord-Matin
SINKING OF THE TITANIC:
1966
Gerard COUCKE
Picture by Jean HEMERY On Sunday evening(a), an American movie by Jean Negulesco opened on the 1st channel; it was dedicated to the dramatic sinking of the Titanic which, in the night of April 14th/15th, 1912, caused the death ...
Chicago Tribune
PASSENGER ON TITANIC RECALLS 1912 TRAGEDY
3rd April 1966
Mrs. Hans Christensen, 72, keenly remembers a cold April night in the Atlantic ocean nearly 54 years ago when she sat in a bobbing lifeboat and helplessly watched the liner, Titanic, quietly slip beneath the frigid waters off the coast of Newfou...
TITANIC AND CALIFORNIAN
Titanica!
TITANIC AND CALIFORNIAN
10th September 2013
Gavin Don
Gavin Don asks if the SS Californian, under the command of Stanley Lord, was close enough to have assisted the sinking Titanic....
New York Times
MINIA REPORTS TWO BODIES
4th May 1912
Ship Returning to Halifax---Patrick O'Keefe's Story of Rescue --- The White Star Line agent at Halifax wired the New York office yesterday that the Captain of the steamship Minia had sent the following message: ["]Returne...
CLEAN-SHAVEN MCQUILLAN, THE MYSTERY BLADE-DONOR?
 
CLEAN-SHAVEN MCQUILLAN, THE MYSTERY BLADE-DONOR?

Senan Molony
(William McQuillan, from a family photo)...
RHEIMS, LIGHTOLLER, AND THE OFFICER'S SUICIDE ENIGMA
Titanica!
RHEIMS, LIGHTOLLER, AND THE OFFICER'S SUICIDE ENIGMA
14th October 2008
Richard Krebes
  If the enigma of the "officer’s suicide" had been a work of fiction created by Rex Stout, creator of the legendary fictional sleuth Nero Wolfe, chances are Stout would have called it "Too Many Questions". For the questions are numerous and the a...
 
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. ...
 
ACCOUNT BY MARSHALL DREW

'When the 'Titanic' struck the iceberg at 11.40 pm, I was in bed. However, for whatever reason I was awake and remember the jolt and cessation of motion. A steward knocked on the stateroom door and directed us to get dressed, put on life preservers a...
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL
 
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL
10th May 1934
...
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
TITANIC SURVIVOR ETHEL BEANE DIED IN NURSING HOME
17th September 1983
Page 1A-3A She, husband honeymooned aboard the ill-fated ship Ethel Bean, one of the remaining survivors of the sinking of the S.S. Titanic on April 15, 1912, died Saturday in Rochester. She had been living at a Roches...
 
MACKIE FAMILY INFORMATION

The birth of George William Mackie was registered at Lambeth, London in the 1st quarter of 1878. He was the son of William and Mary Mackie. George married Mary Broomfield, the daughter of James and Martha Broomfield. James was a Devon dairy far...
Newark Evening News
EAST ORANGE PEOPLE REPORTED SAVED
16th April 1912
Word has been received by Colonel Henry A. Potter, of 95 Harrison street, East Orange, that Mrs. Thomas Potter Jr., his brother’s widow, is among the passengers who were rescued from the Titanic. With her was her daughter, Mrs. Boul...
 
HENRY SWAFFIN WOTTON
8th May 2013
Debbie Beavis
Henry Swaffin Wotton boarded Titanic in Southampton, and disembarked in Cherbourg. Hardlly surprisingly, less attention has been paid to most of the cross Channel passengers and he is no exception; he may not have lived through the tragedy that...
TITANIC'S TIME ENIGMAS
Titanica!
TITANIC'S TIME ENIGMAS
16th February 2003
Markus Philipp
One of the thorniest questions about the Titanic disaster is, how her clock was changed during the journey. Several events observed by differing observers at different locations add to the confusion about the difference between T...
Providence Journal
SEVERAL INTERVIEW EXCERPTS BY HELEN AND FAMILY DETAILS
11th August 2005
Shelley Dziedzic
article excerpt...
 
ROAMING AROUND: MEMOIRS OF A MARCONI OPERATOR

Alec Bagot
Extract The next year went past for me in many experiences of life and places. I was a fully fledged Marconi operator, had visited my Australia of loving memories, Norway, with its North Cape, where I had taken photographs...
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,...
New-York Tribune
MORGAN SPENDS AN AFTERNOON IN MUD
8th January 1913
It Takes the Adriatic Four Hours to Pull Free in Upper Bay After Having Grounded in Dense Fog --- WARNING FROM BANKER --- He Called Attention to Danger Before Starting---The Hamilton, Which Brought ...
Newark Evening News
TELLS OF SEEING MEN SHOT DOWN ON TITANIC
19th April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS ELIZABETH, April 19---Almost prostrated by the terrible experiences which she had undergone since the Titanic went down, Mrs. Peter Renouf, of 21b Florida street, returned to her home here today. She told o...
New York Times
COL. GRACIE DIES, HAUNTED BY TITANIC
5th December 1912
"We Must Get Them All in the Boats," Last Words of the Man Who Helped to Save Many --- SAW PARTING OF THE ASTORS --- And Testified to the Devotion of Isidor and Ida Straus, Who Preferred Death to Separation ---...
Chicago Daily Tribune
PLEA FOR TITANIC ARRIVALS
26th April 1912
Girl Immigrants Here Get Only Nightgowns in New York OTHERS ARRIVE DESTITUTE Use of Money Collected Here Urged for Their Assistance Immigration officer in Chicago who have come in contact with Titanic s...
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...
Chicago American
TITANIC VICTIM IN CHICAGO TELLS OF SELF-DEATH
25th April 1912
TITANIC VICTIM IN CHICAGO TELLS OF OFFICER’S SELF-DEATH Remarkable strength of Carl Janson, another of the surviving passengers of the Titanic, kept him alive in the frigid ocean for six hour...
Evening News (Sydney)
[EVELYN MARSDEN AND JOSEPH BOXHALL ARRIVE AT SYDNEY]
14th November 1912
The Flowing Tide --- IMMIGRANTS FOR N.S.W. --- IRISHMEN AND SCOTCHMEN --- A TITANIC HEROINE --- COMING TO SYDNEY ...
TITANIC VALOUR: THE LIFE OF FIFTH OFFICER HAROLD LOWE
Titanic Review
TITANIC VALOUR: THE LIFE OF FIFTH OFFICER HAROLD LOWE
5th March 2012
Craig Stringer
This new book explores the life of one of the heroes of the Titanic, Harold Godfrey Lowe. As the Titanic was sinking his actions were instrumental in saving the lives of many, and afterwards, he was one of the few survivors to...
TRAFFIC
Voyage
TRAFFIC
22nd September 2005
John P. Eaton
On 10 April 1912 Titanic arrived at Cherbourg from Southampton at 6:35 p.m. after a voyage of little more than five hours. After taking aboard mail and pasengers she departed at 8:10 p.m. Boarding were 274 passengers: 142 first class, 30 second...
THE MORNING AFTER... WHERE WERE THE BODIES?
Titanica!
THE MORNING AFTER... WHERE WERE THE BODIES?
20th September 2002
Jan C. Nielsen
What happened to all the Titanic victims' bodies after the sinking?...
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...
Oak Leaves
TITANIC DISASTER : OAK PARK TOUCHED BY GREATEST SHIPWRECK
20th April 1912
TITANIC DISASTER Oak Park Touched by Greatest Shipwreck Carelessness on Lake The Atlantic Wreck of 1873 Oak Park, like hundreds of o...
THE WRECK OF THE TITANIC BY WILLIAM BALTZELL
 
THE WRECK OF THE TITANIC BY WILLIAM BALTZELL
1912
William Baltzell
A Descriptive Composition for Piano Solo By William Baltzell Published 1912 by Aubrey Stauffer & Co., Chicago, USA Listen to this Piece [Midi]...
Providence Journal
R.I. WOMAN, SURVIVOR OF TITANIC, DIES AT 92
4th June 1970
Page 26 Mrs. Lulu Thorne Opie, 92, of the Old Post Road at Dunn's Corners in Westerly, a survivor of the sinking of the British passenger liner Titanic in 1912, died Tuesday at the Watch Hill Nursing Home. One of the other ...
War Cry!
SALVATIONISTS ON THE TITANIC: TWO RESCUED
27th April 1912
- Mother spends five hours on raft and sees sons drown - Died Like true Soldiers Commissioner Eva Booth Meets Survivors Indescribably Pathetic Scenes at Wharf - New York Stricken with Grief - Army Shelt...
THE MIDDLE WATCH
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THE MIDDLE WATCH
16th September 2004
Senan Molony
WHAT follows is the complete ...
Chicago Tribune
SURVIVOR, 74, OF SINKING OF TITANIC DIES
21st November 1966
Services for Mrs. Vivian Forsander, 74, a survivor of the Titanic which sank April 15, 1912, drowning more than 1,500 persons, will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the chapel at 10001 Western av. Mrs. Forsander, who was born in Sweden, died ...
IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW
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IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW
31st August 2004
Allison Lane
No other shipwreck in history has left such an indelible imprint upon the public consciousness as that of the RMS Titanic. Ninety-two years after her loss, the story of that great liner continues to fascinate peo...
ALBERT BRIANT 1877-1912 A SHORT BIOGRAPHY
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ALBERT BRIANT 1877-1912 A SHORT BIOGRAPHY
14th September 2005
Bryan and Hilary Popple
Albert Briant...
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...
Sunday Press
TITANIC STORY BY CAVAN SURVIVOR
21st September 1952
Sunday Press:  Titanic Goes Down- But now comes a story within two stories for the local people have the firm belief that a little earth from the grave of Saint Mogue will, if carried with you, protect you from death by drowning, fire, in air or r...
Chicago Daily Tribune
HORRORS OF TITANIC HAUNT GIRL ILL AFTER HER ESCAPE
25th April 1912
Page 1 Miss Anna Kelly, with Chicago Cousins, Beset by Scenes of Wreck and Weakened by Exposure A nervous wreck as the result of her experiences on the Titanic, Miss Anna Kelly is at the home of her cousins, Anna and Ma...
Titanic Review
NEW TITANIC BOOKS FOCUS ON CANADIAN CONNECTIONS
10th May 2012
Michael Poirier
The 100th anniversary has given us two books on Titanic's Canadian connections......
New York Dramatic Mirror
DOROTHY GIBSON'S ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
1st May 1912
I walked down to my room, at just 11.40. No sooner had I stepped into my apartment than there suddenly came this long drawn, sickening crunch....
Atlantic City Daily Press
AN ATLANTIC MAN FINDS EVIDENCE FAVORING ISMAY
23rd April 1912
D. W. McMillan’s Sister, Titanic Survivor, Says He and Astor Helped Women ---------- DESCRIBES DEATH OF DOUGHTY CAPTAIN ---------- In a letter to his wife, D. W. McMillan, of Pleasantville, who visited New Yor...
THE TURN OF A CARD
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THE TURN OF A CARD
25th November 2009
Senan Molony
HERE is the Two of Hearts… signed by three survivors of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. This picture appeared in the New York Sun on Sunday April 21, 1912. It seems richly symbolic of the hand dealt by fate th...
The Patriot
MISS KEANE HOME; HER COMPLETE STORY
20th April 1912
Survivor of Wreck tells how Ship Sank as Those in Boats Looked on – Drifted Eight Hours in Darkness and Cold Before Aid Came...
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 --...
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...
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....
OCEANIC (1)
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OCEANIC (1)
11th July 2005
John P. Eaton
White Star Line Not only was Oceanic operated by the same company that operated Titanic, she was also directly associated with Titanic at the beginning of her maiden voyage as well as during the first weeks following...
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LUCKY 13
27th April 2014
Peter Engberg
Why did only 13 second class men passengers survive the sinking of the Titanic?...
 
LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO DOROTHY OCKENDEN
9th May 1912
Richmond County Country Club, N.Y.: ''Dear Dorothy (Ockenden), I was so pleased to receive your letter and to find you had not forgotten me. I had intended writing to you before but I was ashamed of my writing. You see ...
MAGGIE MADIGAN - AN IRISH IMMIGRANT'S DREAMS UNFULFILLED
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MAGGIE MADIGAN - AN IRISH IMMIGRANT'S DREAMS UNFULFILLED
1st January 2005
Robert L. Bracken
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Arlington Advocate
A W NEWELL OF LEXINGTON
20th April 1912
Among the passengers were A. W. Newell, of 20 Percy road, Lexington, and two of his daughters, Misses Madeline and Marjorie. Mr. Newell is president of the Fourth National Bank of Boston, and is well known and widely acquainted in business circ...
 
PASCOE FAMILY INFORMATION

Charles was born on the 18 March 1867 in the village of Breage, a few miles west of Helston in south-west Cornwall. He was baptised at the parish church on 18 August 1867 and was the son of Anthony and Jane Anne Pascoe. (The 1881 UK census shows his...
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....
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 ...
 
LOBB FAMILY INFORMATION

The correct origins of William Arthur Lobb, third class passenger on Titanic have now been established. The 1891 Cornwall Census shows that William Arthur Lobb was born in the parish of Luxulyan (5 miles NE of St. Austell) in 1881 and that he was th...
 
MY MAIDEN VOYAGE
1926
Roberta Maioni
When I say that I am a survivor of the Titanic you will know at once that my story is to be one of great tragedy, for even after fourteen years, the name of that ill-fated vessel brings a shudder of horror to those who remember it's wr...
LIFEBOATS EXTINGUISHED THEIR LIGHTS!
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LIFEBOATS EXTINGUISHED THEIR LIGHTS!
6th December 2011
Senan Molony
Lifeboats from the Titanic extinguished their lights in order not to become attractive beacons for swimmers after the sinking....
Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York)
COLLETT FELT A PREMONITION OF HIS DANGER
22nd April 1912
Young Clergyman Sent Parents Letter Before Sailing on Titanic. INCLOSED [sic] ONE TO HIMSELF Directed Opening of Envelope if Anything Happened to Him HE...
New York Times
JOSEPH BRUCE ISMAY : CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE WHITE STAR LINE
16th April 1912
Joseph Bruce Ismay has been considered one of the most prominent ship owners in the world. As chairman and managing director of the White Star line he took passage on the Titanic on her maiden voyage....
CLASSIFIED IN DEATH : RECOVERING THE TITANIC'S DEAD
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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...
New York Times
DISASTER AT LAST BEFALLS CAPT. SMITH
16th April 1912
Veteran Commander of Titanic Went Forty Years Without Accident of Any Kind --- WHITE STAR'S BEST OFFICER --- Declared Only Recently That He Did Not Believe Modern Ships Could Be Sunk --- Capt. E. J. Smith, i...
La Voix du Nord
SHE NEARLY DROWNED IN THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC...
9th May 1965
André Pelletier
...and almost was burned to death in a Florida hotel Mme Bourlard, 80, now lives peaceful days in Béthune Sunday May 9th and Monday May 10th, 1965 Mme Bourlard, who was born in Hersin-Coupigny, near Béthune, 80 ...
HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE.
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HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE.
6th November 2006
Senan Molony
The US evidence of Hugh Woolner is highly unreliable. He claims that he and Hakan Bjornstrom Steffanson saw Boat D "about to lower", then went across to the starboard side, and saw an officer fire two shots to get men out of a collapsible...
New York Times
SURVIVOR SAYS ISMAY RULED IN TITANIC'S BOATS
26th June 1915
Managing Director Had Charge Of Their Launching, Testifies Karl H. Behr....
E.J. THE STORY OF EDWARD J. SMITH. CAPTAIN OF THE TITANIC
Titanic Review
E.J. THE STORY OF EDWARD J. SMITH. CAPTAIN OF THE TITANIC
5th May 2009
Brian J. Ticehurst
THIS is Gary Coopers second book on the RMS Titanic's Captain. His first book The Man Wh...
Unidentified Newspaper
MEMORIES OF A TITANIC NIGHT
15th April 1974
Bruce Chadwick
He Recalls Sinking 62 Years Ago --- The Easter season is never a completely happy time for Tom McCormack of Elizabeth, N.J. It always brings memories of his escape from the sinking Titanic, which went down in the freezing Atlantic 62 ye...
Unidentified Newspaper
THE SAGE FAMILY LOST
April 1912
In the appalling calamity which befell the Titanic on Monday - (pages 7 and 8) - a toll of eleven lives was exacted from Peterborough, and remarkable to say, all in one family. These were Mr. and Mrs. John Sage, of Gladstone Street, an...
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 ...
New York Herald
TITANIC : THE COUNTESS OF ROTHES AND THE PHANTOM LIGHT
21st April 1912
LADY ROTHES DESCRIBES THE HORROR OF SURVIVORS' CHASE OF PHANTOM LIGHT ...
TITANIC CONNECTIONS WITH LIVERPOOL
 
TITANIC CONNECTIONS WITH LIVERPOOL

Titanic, Carpathia, Californian were all Liverpool registered ships. The Titanic was scheduled to visit the port on the voyage from Belfast to Southampton but this was cancelled almost at the last minute....
The Times
THE FINDING OF A TITANIC LIFE RAFT
30th May 1912
BODIES RECOVERED BY THE OCEANIC A letter has been received in Birmingham from Mr Harry C.Church, of Moseley, who was on board the Oceanic on May 16, in which he describes the finding of one ...
Hudson Observer
CRAZED WITH GRIEF BY FATHER'S DEATH
18th April 1912
Jersey City Man Whose Father was Aboard the Titanic Taken Into Custody---Driven to the verge of insanity by the thought that his father in allprobability went down with the ill-fated Titanic, Frank Myles, 29 yearsold, liv...
Hudson Dispatch
HARROWING TALE OF SCENES ON TITANIC BY MISS DOWDELL
20th April 1912
--------------- Many Men Sacrificed Their Lives in Forming Human Ladder to Help Women and Children to the Lifeboats---To Prevent Frantic Women from Hearing the Shrieks of Their Loved Ones, Those in the Boats Sank [sic], "We Parted on the Shor...
Daily Post and Mercury
TITANIC VICTIM'S FUNERAL
15th May 1912
LATE MR. A. ROWE'S BODY INTERRED IN LIVERPOOL   Sorrowful scenes were witnessed at Smithdown road Cemetery, yesterday afternoon, when there were interred the remains of Mr. Alfred Rowe, a first class passenger who went d...
Montreal Herald
MONTREAL PASSENGER RECOUNTS TRAGIC SINKING OF TITANIC
14th April 1932
To Mrs. E. L. Wren, Belgian born singer, April 14 is an anniversary which brings back ineffaccable memories. ...
UNLISTED PASSENGERS AND CREW
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UNLISTED PASSENGERS AND CREW
10th November 1998
Numerous stories are told of people who were booked on the Titanic but, for one reason or other, failed to travel on her......
THE MESABA FILE
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THE MESABA FILE
9th September 2015
Jim Currie
US and British Titanic inquiry reports were manipulated for political reasons......
THE HERMAN FAMILY
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THE HERMAN FAMILY
25th August 2005
Michael A. Findlay
In recent years much has been written about those who sailed aboard the RMS Titanic. Stories of heroism, selflessness and cowardice on that fateful night have emerged through the lives of those who were witnesses to the Ti...
MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED
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MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED
21st July 2002
Daniel Klistorner
The evidence challenges some assumptions on where Molly Brown's stateroom was situated....
SEALED ORDERS: A TITANIC SURVIVOR'S CLASSIC TALE OF LOVE AND FATE
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SEALED ORDERS: A TITANIC SURVIVOR'S CLASSIC TALE OF LOVE AND FATE
23rd December 2005
Helen Churchill Candee
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