KING GEORGE V

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The Times MR. ISMAY'S GIFT TO THE MERCANTILE MARINE
3rd January 1919
MESSAGE FROM THE KING --- The Mercantile Marine Service Association, Liverpool, having informed the King that Mr. Bruce Ismay had contributed £25,000 for the purpose of founding a ...
The Toronto World ROYALTY'S DEEP SYMPATHY
17th April 1912
------- London, April 16. (Can Press.) ---King George has sent the following message to the White Star Co.: "The Queen and I are horrified at the appaling disaster which has happened to the ...
The Times LIGHTOLLER DECORATED BY KING
16th June 1919
Court Circular BUCKINGHAM PALACE, JUNE 14 The King held an Investiture in the Quadrangle of the Palace at 11 o'clock this morning. The King then conferred decorations as follows:--- BAR TO...
  CYCLE RIDE FOR TITANIC HERO.
18th July 1934
Family tradition has it that Thomas Wiliam Jones rode his bicycle through the Liverpool Mersey (Queensway) Tunnel before it was officially opened by King George V and Queen Mary!...
New York Times KING TO TITANIC SURVIVOR
12th July 1913
Asks Stewardess He Meets About the Saving of Passengers --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, July 11---The King and Queen paid Liverpool a visit to-day in the course of their La...
M. FALLIERES SENDS MESSAGES TO KING GEORGE AND PRESIDENT TAFT Le Petit Journal M. FALLIERES SENDS MESSAGES TO KING GEORGE AND PRESIDENT TAFT
17th December 1908
President of French Republic feels concerned about Major Butt...
Worcester Telegram FROM POPE AND KING
18th April 1912
Article...
KING'S GRAVE IN HALIFAX NS   KING'S GRAVE IN HALIFAX NS

In memory of Ernest Waldron King Currin Rectory Clones, Ireland. Died on duty SS Titanic April 15 1912 Aged 28 Years "Nothing in my hand I bring Simply to thy cross I cling."...
The Times DAVID BLAIR DECORATED
14th February 1918
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, FEB. 13--- The King held an Investiture of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire at 10.30 o'clock this morning. The following were severally introduced into the presence o...
The Times LIFE-SAVING AT SEA
12th July 1913
AWARD OF THE KING'S MEDALS The King has been pleased, on the recommendation of the President of the Board of Trade, to award medals for gallantry in saving life at sea to the folowing persons: A silver medal t...
The Times PEERAGE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM CONFERRED UPON PIRRIE
29th June 1906
BIRTHDAY HONOURS The King has been pleased to make the following appointments on the occasion of His Majesty's Birthday:--- *** NEW PEERS The King has been pleased to confer Peerages of the United Kingdom ...
Torquay Directory LETTER FROM HIS MAJESTY THE KING
15th May 1912
The Late Mr. Forbes Julian.-Mrs. Forbes Julian, of Redholme, has been honoured by receiving, through Viscount Knollys, a letter expressing the sympathy of his Majesty the King with her in the loss of her husband in the Titanic disaster. The letter r...
New York Times MORGAN VISITS KING VICTOR
29th March 1912
Financier Will Leave Rome Next Week for Florence and Venice --- ROME, March 28---J. Pierpont Morgan was to-day received in private audience by King Victor Emmanuel at the Quirinal Palace. Mr. Morgan will leave ...
  GEORGE PELHAM DEATH CERTIFICATE
18th October 1939
Death certificate of Titanic survivor George Pelham...
Chicago Tribune FRANCES A. KING, NéE STRAUBE - OBITUARY
27th March 1960
Frances A. King, née Straube, loving mother of Raymond R., Robert A. and Arthur W.; devoted daughter of Raymond and Ann Straube, née McGowan; fond sister of Jacqueline Komay and Mary Kapolnek. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m.,...
New York Times VENICE EXHIBITION OPENED
24th April 1912
Duke of Genoa Represents the King---J. P. Morgan Present --- VENICE, April 23---The International Art Exhibition was solemnly inaugurated to-day by the Duke of Genoa in the name of King Victor Emmanuel.  J. P. Mo...
Brookline Chronicle MISS ELIZABETH M. EUSTIS
21st May 1936
Miss Elizabeth M. Eustis, granddaughter of Henry W. Dutton, founder of the Boston Evening Transcript, died suddenly Sunday at her home at 1020 Beacon Street. The deceased had resided in Brookline for many years and had been interested in civic and we...
GEORGE CHITTY'S MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE   GEORGE CHITTY'S MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE

Juliette Walden married George Henry Chitty on April 8th 1880 in Hound Parish Church. George's profession is recorded as Army Service Corps. Their deaths are remembered o...
  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...
GEORGE GREEN WITH HIS FAMILY   GEORGE GREEN WITH HIS FAMILY
1912
George Green and his family just before his Titanic voyage.  From Left to Right : Kathleen, George, Hilda, Theresa, Olive. ...
MEMORIAL TO GEORGE GREEN   MEMORIAL TO GEORGE GREEN

Headstone of Sarah Anne Green (George Green’s sister). Her Headstone includes an inscription about her brother George. The headstone is in the Fawley Churchyard, just outside Henley. ...
The Times ANNIE ROBINSON ABOARD "GALATEA" IN 1913; CONVERSATION WITH KING AND QUEEN
12th July 1913
The spectacle on which their Majesties looked when they embarked on the Galatea, the dock port tender, was indeed unparalleled. There never has been such an assembly of merchant vessels in review order before. The mere statistics are asto...
Primitive Methodist Leader OUR BOYS ON THE 'TITANIC' - GEORGE HOCKING AND OTHERS
1912
Anxiously we have waited for tidings of the Titanic survivors and victims... and now they are come. ...
  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...
  CHARLES VALENTINE CLARKE

Charles was born on St Valentine?s Day in 1883. His parents were Harry Clarke and his wife Jane Emma (nee Hall). He was born in Cosham, (which was in the district of Widley at that time), Portsmouth in Hampshire. The family home was a public house ca...
The Washington Times MORGAN, VISIBLY ILL, ARRIVES I [SIC] ITALY
13th March 1913
The Washington Times, 13 March 1913 --- Financier Reaches Naples, and Will Devote Some Time to Tour of Continent --- NAPLES, March 13---J. P. Morgan, perceptibly enfeebled by his latest illness, ...
  ERNEST WALDRON KING FAMILY INFO

I believe E. W. King's father, Thomas Waldron King, was my great-great-grandfather John King's brother, and that their parents were Thomas King, who was a Church of Ireland scripture reader in Selerna, County Galway, and Elizabeth. Here's ...
The Times LEGAL APPOINTMENTS : PEERAGE FOR SIR JOHN BIGHAM
7th March 1910
The King has been pleased to approve the appointment of Sir Samuel Thomas Evans, K.C., to be President of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice, in the place of the Right Hon. Sir John Charles Bigham. ...
  MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : GEORGE FOX HOSKING
March 1913
Number 123. Hosking, Ada Alice. Children: Iris May; George Thomas; William Bock. All class B dependants....
Surrey Advertiser and County Times TWO WITLEY VICTIMS
20th April 1912
Widows sad experience Among those who were serving on board the ill-fated vessel was Mrs. Lucy Violet Snape, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Leonard, of Well Lane, Sandhills, Witley, who was employed as a second class stewardess. At the ti...
  ERNEST WALDRON KING : GENERAL INFORMATION

King, Ernest Waldron. Lived at Currin Rectory, Clones, Ireland. Occupation - Clerk, Pursers Assistant. 28 years old. (Born in Dublin, Ireland). Body number 321. Interred at Fairview Cemetery, Halifa...
GEORGE SWEET AND HIS DOG   GEORGE SWEET AND HIS DOG

Photograph of Titanic victim George Sweet and his dog....
Cedar Rapids Gazette MRS. WALTER DOUGLAS DIED IN CALIFORNIA
22nd April 1945
Page 1A Mrs. Walter D. Douglas died Saturday afternoon at her home in Pasadena, Calif., according to word received by Mrs. George B. Dutton, 2224 Country Club Parkway SE. Funeral services will be announced later. Mrs. Doug...
GEORGE WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP   GEORGE WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP

Photograph of Titanic survivor George William Beauchamp from a c.1919 Board of Trade identity card. ...
The Sun (New York) MR. MORGAN REACHES ROME FEELING WELL
14th March 1913
Financier Will Pass Two Three Weeks Quietly in the City --- KING'S AIDE GREETS HIM --- Spends Evening in Apartment Playing His Favorite Game, Solitaire --- Special Cable Despatch to The Sun...
GEORGE DUNTON WIDENER AND ELEANOR WIDENER   GEORGE DUNTON WIDENER AND ELEANOR WIDENER

From 'The Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters'...
Worcester Telegram FUND FOR RELIEF OF MRS. ASPLUND AND HER CHILDREN IS GROWING SLOWLY
30th April 1912
Money for the Worcester Titanic relief fund that is to be used for the financial assistance of Mrs. Charles Asplund and her two children who survived the Titanic disaster, in which her husband and three children were lost, is coming slowly to the rel...
GEORGE WRIGHT HOUSING DEVELOPMENT, HALIFAX NS   GEORGE WRIGHT HOUSING DEVELOPMENT, HALIFAX NS

George Wright built this development...
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....
The Times NEW KNIGHT OF ST. PATRICK
9th October 1908
The King has been pleased to confer the honour of Knight of the Order of St. Patrick upon Lord Pirrie in the room of the Earl of Rosse, deceased....
GRAVE OF GEORGE BRERETON   GRAVE OF GEORGE BRERETON

The grave of Titanic survivor George Brereton.  He committed suicide in 1942 and is buried at Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park, Lot J, plot 9592, 10621 Victory Boulevard, North Hollywood, California ...
Bridgwater Mercury NOTABLE PEOPLE ON BOARD
20th April 1912
Mr. Christopher Head, former mayor of Chelsea. Much interested in art matters, and the donor of one of the panels to be placed in Chelsea Town hall. Took a prominent part in the discussions at the Mansion House on the King Edward Memorial. ...
Derbyshire Times MISS MARSDEN SAVED
20th April 1912
Miss Marsden the niece of Mr. George Robinson of Chesterfield, is among the rescued. Mr. George Robinson had a telegram yesterday (Friday morning) announcing this fact...
GEORGE HARDER 1920 PASSPORT   GEORGE HARDER 1920 PASSPORT

George Harder ...
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...
New York Times DEATH NOTICE OF GEORGE ROSENSHINE
4th May 1912
ROSENSHINE---At sea, on April 15, 1912, steamer Titanic, George Rosenshine, beloved brother of Albert A. and Max Rosenshine and Mrs. Bertha Frank, in the 46th year of his age. Funeral services will be held at the Hotel Ansonia on Sunday morning, Ma...
GEORGE HENRY HUNT   GEORGE HENRY HUNT

WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC George H. Hunt, of 1309 Sotuh Ruby Street (Philadelphia), it was discovered yesterday, was one of the victims of the Titanic disaster. He had been visting his parents in England for several months and h...
New York Times PRAYER SERVICE NOTICE FOR GEORGE ROSENSHINE
21st April 1912
ROSENSHINE---AT SEA, Steamer Titanic, on April 15, 1912, George Rosenshine, in the 46th year of his age. Prayers will be held at the residence of his brother, Albert Rosenshine, Hotel Ansonia, on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday evenings, April 21,...
New York Times OBITUARY: MRS. GEORGE BROOKE
27th October 1934
Mrs. George Brooke, wife of a retired steel executive, died of a heart attack tonight in her home....
New York Times CUNARD EMPLOYEES TO HONOR ROSTRON
3rd November 1930
Fleet Is Taking Up Subscription for Testimonial to the Retiring Commodore --- DIGGLE HIS SUCCESSOR --- Captain Edgar T. Brltten Will Command Berengaria When She Returns In February --- Officers of the Scythi...
  1901 CENSUS - GUNNISLAKE, EAST CORNWALL
31st March 1901
At the time of the census William Jeffrey Ware, aged 11, was living with his parents, Samuel and Annie Ware at King Street, Gunnislake, Cornwall....
The Times TITANIC SURVIVOR DEAD
17th February 1956
One of the few surviving members of the crew of the liner Titanic, Mr James Crimmins, died suddenly at a Southampton Salvation Army hostel yesterday, at the age of 65. (The Times of London, February 17, 1956, p. 3) * Cri...
HOME OF GEORGE WRIGHT, HALIFAX, NS CANADA   HOME OF GEORGE WRIGHT, HALIFAX, NS CANADA

The home of George Wright...
LOOKOUT GEORGE SYMONS : PHOTOGRAPH   LOOKOUT GEORGE SYMONS : PHOTOGRAPH

Photograph of Titanic lookout George Symons.  Symons was rescued in lifeboat 1. ...
Coventry Standard GEORGE GREEN BOOKED PASSAGE ON TITANIC
26th April 1912
husband of Mrs Theresa Green...
The Times VISCOUNTY FOR LORD PIRRIE
23rd June 1921
The following honours were conferred by the King on the occasion of the opening of the Northern Parliament:--- VISCOUNTY: UNITED KINGDOM. PIRRIE, THE RIGHT HON. BARON, K.P., LL.D., D.L., Ormiston, Strandtown, Belfast.---Valuable s...
PHOTOGRAPH OF TITANIC ABLE SEAMAN GEORGE FRANCIS MCGOUGH   PHOTOGRAPH OF TITANIC ABLE SEAMAN GEORGE FRANCIS MCGOUGH

Photograph of Titanic Able Seaman and convicted killer George Francis McGough.  Taken from an identity card c.1919 ...
GEORGE ALFRED HOGG IN 1919   GEORGE ALFRED HOGG IN 1919
1919
Titanic lookout George Hogg in a 1919 picture...
The Times LORD PIRRIE'S TITLE (1)
16th July 1921
The conferment by the King of the dignity of a Viscount of the United Kingdom upon Lord Pirrie by the name, style, and title of Viscount Pirrie, of the City of Belfast, was gazetted last night....
New York Times MISS RYERSON TO WED
5th September 1915
Titanic Survivor Is Engaged to George Hyde Clark --- Special to The New York Times --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., Sept. 4---Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of Chicago and Philadelphia announced today the engagement of her daughter, Miss Emil...
PHOTOGRAPH OF ALBERT GEORGE ERVINE   PHOTOGRAPH OF ALBERT GEORGE ERVINE

Photograph of Titanic engineer Albert George Ervine ...
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 ...
New York Times NOTES OF THE YACHTSMEN
25th December 1898
The following have recently been elected members of the Atlantic Yacht Club: J. Pierpont Morgan, Alexander King, Isaac Stern, James D. Smith, John J. Slater, and Mrs. J. W. Cardeza. Mrs. Cardeza owns the steam yacht Eleanor, and is elected a flag me...
New York Times GEORGE B. GOLDSCHMIDT
20th April 1912
George B. Goldschmidt, lost in the sinking of the Titanic, was one of the oldest members of the Bar Association, having become a member in 1870. He was born in this city in 1840, admitted to practice in 1882, and was one of the best-known conveyancer...
PITMAN'S MBE   PITMAN'S MBE
13th March 1948
I Have the honour to send to you herewith the warrant under The King's Sign Manual granting you the dignity of a member of the Civil Division, of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, and to inform you that the insignia has been sent ...
  FILLBROOK FAMILY INFORMATION

Joseph Charles Fillbrook (k/a as Charles) was born in Truro, Cornwall in 1894. He was the son of William Fillbrook, a mason by occupation and Kate (nee Vincent). He had five siblings, Edward John, William Arthur, George, Rose Hetta (k/a Rosetta) and...
  DODD FAMILY GRAVESTONE

George Charles Dodd lost in RMS Titanic 15th April 1912 aged 45 years. George Dodd died 16th Jan 1915 aged 77 years. Richard Firman Dodd lost in HMS Laurentic 28th Jan...
  JOHN HARPER (FAMILY INFORMATION)

family informatin...
New York Times MISS LUCILE CARTER A BUD IN NEWPORT
12th August 1916
--- Daughter of Mrs. George Brooke of Philadelphia Greeted by Society Throng --- HER BOW AT DINNER DANCE --- Mrs. Beeckman and Mrs. Perin Fly in Hydraeroplane with E. E. Dodge---Tennis Tourney Continues ---...
  GREEN FAMILY INFORMATION

Details of the early years of George Green have yet to be firmly established but it has been found that he married Theresa Jean Morris in late 1901, the marriage being registered at Dorking, Surrey. The births of their 3 daughters were also ...
  TOWER HILL, LONDON WAR MEMORIAL

In Memory Of Fireman and Trimmer George Terrill Thresher SS Parkhill (Methil) Merchant Navy Who Died aged 52 [Fireman and Trimmer Thresher, Son of George Samuel and Catherine Thresher, husband of Jane Thresher of Felling, Co. Durh...
The Times PRESENTATION OF MEDALS FOR GALLANTRY
17th December 1913
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, DEC. 16---The King this morning decorated the following with medals for acts of gallantry on land and at sea as stated against their names:--- BOARD OF TRADE MEDALS Lieutenant ...
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 ...
ARCHIE JEWELL, BUDE BOY   ARCHIE JEWELL, BUDE BOY
28th May 2008
Bill Headdon
King Street was owned by the Blanchminster of Charity, rent c2 old shillings a week. Our house was built of cob ...
  REGINALD GEORGE SMITH & HUGH WALTER MCELROY

It is quite likely that Hugh Walter McElroy (purser) and Reginald George Smith (saloon steward) were acquainted as they both had brothers who were Roman Catholic Priests. Father Richard McElroy and Father Aloysius Smith both served to...
Hampshire Advertiser THE CHARGE OF STABBING
7th October 1882
William Mintram, a boy, living at 5, King-street, East-street, was brought up, on remand, charged with stabbing George Barton, at the Victory Inn, East-street. - Mr. C. Lamport appeared for the prosecution.- Dr. Palk, surgeon to the police forc...
  ELIZABETH WALTON ALLEN : FAMILY INFORMATION

Elizabeth Walton Allen was born on 1st October 1882 in St. Louis, Missouri. She was the daughter of George Washington Allen (1853-1917)a Judge from St. Louis and Lydia Jeanette McMillen (b. 1853)from Indiana. They married on 21st June 1876 in S...
GEORGE ROBERTON   GEORGE ROBERTON

GEORGE WRIGHT   GEORGE WRIGHT

GEORGE D. WIDENER Evening Bulletin GEORGE D. WIDENER
15th April 1912
MRS. GEORGE D. WIDENER Washington Times MRS. GEORGE D. WIDENER
18th April 1912
GEORGE RHEIMS   GEORGE RHEIMS
1917
GEORGE BRERETON   GEORGE BRERETON
1925
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...
New York Times LORD RIBBLESDALE DEAD; LINE EXTINCT
22nd October 1925
Widow Was the First Wife of the Late John Jacob Astor, Formerly Miss Willing --- BARON LOST SONS IN WAR --- Aristocratic Appearance Drew Compliment From King Edward---Lady Oxford Kin by Marriage --- Copyright...
New York Times SPEDDEN-STONE
7th June 1900
Frederick Oakley Spedden of this city and Miss Margaretta Corning Stone, a daughter of the late George F. Stone, were married at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon in the First Presbyterian Church at Morristown, N. J. The bride's only attendant was her...
GEORGE FRANCIS MCGOUGH   GEORGE FRANCIS MCGOUGH
April 1912
Chicago Tribune RAYMOND A. STRAUBE : OBITUARY
4th July 1965
Raymond A. Straube, beloved husband of Ann F., nee Mc Gowan; loving father of Jacqueline Komay, Mary A. Kapolnek, and the late France King; devoted grandfather of nine, including Raymond R., Robert A., and Arthur W. Kopp; great-grandfath...
The Times SIR JOHN BIGHAM
12th March 1910
Sir John Bigham will take his farewell leave of the Bar on Monday in the first Court of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division. All the Comnmon Law Judges who are in town will attend, and the ...
New York Times MORGAN TO MEET KAISER
6th April 1912
Report That Settlement of Italian-Turkish War Will Be Discussed --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, April 5---According to a dispatch from Modena, sent out by the Ex...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (11)
18th April 1912
Our Gunnislake correspondent writes that William Ware, who was 22 years of age, returned from South Africa six weeks ago. His mother resides at King Street, Gunnislake; his father in South Africa. Frederick Pengelly is 21 years of age, his mother r...
The Sun (New York) READY TO WED MISS WIDENER
11th June 1912
Fitz Eugene Dixon Gets Licence in Philadelphia --- PHILADELPHIA, June 10. Fitz Eugene Dixon, son of T. Henry Dixon, a member of the banking firm of Ervin & Co., took out a marriage license this afternoon to w...
  GEORGE GUMERY - FAMILY HISTORY

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GEORGE RHEIMS PASSPORT 1917   GEORGE RHEIMS PASSPORT 1917

  JAMES AND GEORGE MCGOUGH MAN LIFEBOATS

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A TRADE THAT HAS BEEN BOOMING SINCE THE TITANIC DISASTER Graphic A TRADE THAT HAS BEEN BOOMING SINCE THE TITANIC DISASTER
18th May 1912
?ILL BLOWS THE WIND THAT PROFITS NOBODY? The Titanic disaster has created an unprecedented demand for lifeboats, and we now seem to be in danger of placing too much reliance on this system of life-saving. Meanwhile these are busy times...
  ABLE-BODIED SEAMAN GEORGE FRANCIS MCGOUGH

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MRS. JANE HERMAN AND HER DAUGHTERS WITH GEORGE SWEET   MRS. JANE HERMAN AND HER DAUGHTERS WITH GEORGE SWEET

Family photograph of the Titanic passengers the Hermans with George Sweet...
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...
TITANIC TRIMMER GEORGE CAVELL   TITANIC TRIMMER GEORGE CAVELL

Photograph of former Titanic trimmer George Henry Cavell, from an identity card c. 1918. ...
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...
The Sydney Morning Herald INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT (#4)
6th May 1885
The second day's play at the Association Ground, Moore Park, resulted in some very interesting and exciting matches. There was again a large and fashionable attendance. The committee, with a view of making the affair more complete, ...
New York Times READS BULLETIN, COLLAPSES
16th April 1912
C. J. E. Clayton Feared All His Family Had Perished --- As the details of the Titanic disaster were being thrown out by The Times bulletins shortly before midnight, a well dressed man on the arm of a friend wedged his way through the cr...
  PROBATE REPORT (3)
1912
Calendar of all Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Principle Probate Registries of the King's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice Ireland -- 1912 ANDREWS Thomas (Junior) [405] 12 August ...
Cleveland Plain Dealer MORGAN'S BARBER LOST
19th April 1912
Man Who Always Shaved Financier Was on Titanic By Plain Dealer's Leased Wire New York, April 18--Arthur White, once a rich English barber and known in England as the soap wrapper king, is among those lost on the Titanic. White used to...
DOROTHY GIBSON IN 'HANDS ACROSS THE SEA'   DOROTHY GIBSON IN 'HANDS ACROSS THE SEA'
1911
A scene from "Hands Across the Sea," produced by clair-America, the company?s debut film and Dorothy Gibson?s first starring role. She actually took several parts in this movie, which was an historical tableau enacting events of the American Revolut...
New York Tribune VANDERBILTS' CLOSE CALL
30th April 1912
Cancelled Passage on Titanic at Insistence of Mrs. Dresser...
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 King’s glass works, London. ...
New York Times FIGHT TITANIC VICTIM'S WILL
23rd May 1912
Brother and Sister of George Rosenshine Start Contest --- The validity of the will of George Rosenshine, a retired wholesale dealer in feathers and flowers, who perished on the Titanic, is being contested by his brother, Max Rosenshine,...
New York Times MRS. DICK IS INJURED
14th September 1933
Falls on Floor of Bermuda House, Breaking Shoulder --- HAMILTON, Bermuda, Sept. 13 (AP)--- Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick slipped and fell on the polished floor of her house last night and broke her shoulder. Mrs. Dick, w...
Elizabeth Daily Journal FUNERAL OF MRS. ARTHUR STEAD
13th July 1933
Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian E. Stead, who died Friday, wife of Arthur Stead, of 128 Reid street, were held yesterday afternoon at J. S. Stiner's Home for Services, 97 West Grand street. Rev. William G. Felmeth, D. D., pastor of the Third Presb...
  MR WILLIAM ANGLE

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Family History of Mr William ANGLE In 1901 William is recorded as living at 23 Tower Road Ashton Manor Birming...
New York Times GUGGENHEIM WILL FILED
7th December 1937
Two Daughters Share Estate of Widow of Titanic Victim --- Mrs. Florette Guggenheim, widow of Benjamin Guggenheim, who perished on the Titanic, left her residuary estate in trust for her two daughters, it was learned yesterday when her w...
  GEORGE MCGOUGH : CRIMINAL REGISTER 1910
13th October 1910
NAME AGE AND TRADE: George McGough (on bail), 35, Mariner  15 mos, Hants Assizes, 28th June 1900 (manslaughter) DEGREE OF INSTRUCTION: 3 NAME AND ADDRESS O...
New York Times WHY MAJOR BUTT, THE PRESIDENT'S AIDE, WENT TO ROME
14th April 1912
By a Veteran Diplomat --- That President Taft has made up his mind to follow the custom of the non-Catholic Courts and Governments in Europe, on the subject of the precedence to be accorded to Cardinals in the United States, no matter w...
The Epsom, Ewell & Banstead Post TITANIC SURVIVOR TO BE COMMEMORATED
23rd March 2005
Titanic disaster survivor George Pelham, a one-time patient of one of the Epsom cluster of former psychiatric hospitals, will be commemorated. One of the roads on the Livingstone Park housing development being built by Charles Church, on t...
Hampshire Independent DEATH NOTICE:
27th April 1912
Robertson, George Edward. 19, Dearly beloved Son of Thomas and Alice Roberton, of 36 Mount Street....
The Washington Times KIN OF MORGAN MAY HALT SHIP
1st April 1913
Satterlee Plans to Leave Rome Tomorrow with Body of Famous Financier --- SEEKS A SPECIAL TRAIN --- Plans Said to Be Under Way for Holding the Steamer Olympic for Party --- by HENRY WOOD Ro...
  TITANIC VICTIMS BURIED AT FAIRVIEW LAWN CEMETERY

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  FAMILY INFORMATION : GEORGE PELHAM
11th August 2005
George Pelham was one of six children, having four sisters and one brother: Thomas Walter (born Jan [1867]?), Ann (born 1 April 1869), Caroline (born 26 July 1872), George was next, Elizabeth (born 26 October 1875) and Louis...
  BIRTH CERTIFICATE
1881
CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY OF BIRTH Registration District Southam...
  THE MILLER'S SON

Albert Barker was born in the village of King's Worthy on the River Itchen in Hampshire, just a few miles upstream from the dock where Titanic would begin its voyage 19 years later. His father was a miller at nearby Abbot's W...
  WILLIAM EDWY RYERSON : FAMILY INFORMATION

William Edwy Ryerson was the son of George Arthur Ryerson (1851-1881) and Catherine Eleanor Hamilton (1854-1889). He was born in Port Dover, Ontario, Canada. His parents were married in 1875 and had three sons: George (b.1877), William Edwy (b....
Exeter Flying Post DEVONIANS ON BOARD
20th April 1912
George Fox Hosking, 36, senior third engineer, eldest son of Captain Hosking, The Green, Shaldon, leaves a wife and three children....
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea News CHRISTOPHER HEAD
April 1998
A former Mayor of Chelsea was among the 1,523 lost in the Titanic disaster of April 1912. Christopher Head served as Mayor between 1909 and 1911 and had been a Conservative councillor since 1906. According to contemporary accounts, Head wa...
Freeman's Journal (Cooperstown, New York) MRS. GEORGE W. PATTERSON, JR.
19th January 1921
The body of Mrs. George W. Patterson, Jr. arrived in Cooperstown by special train over the D&H Saturday evening from Morristown, N.J., where she died on Thursday following an operation for appendicitis. The body laid in state in Christ Chur...
  MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND : ARTHUR MAY
March 1913
Number 182. May, Amelia, widow. George Arthur William, child. Both class G dependants....
  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...
INVENTOR OF THE LIFEBOAT Sphere INVENTOR OF THE LIFEBOAT
21st December 1912
The Lukin Grave in England...
New York Times FINANCIAL NOTES
22nd May 1907
*** George E. Learnard of Hooley, Learnard & Co. has been elected to the Presidency of the Nevada-Utah Corporation to succeed John Weir, who has resigned on account of ill-health. ***...
Standard Union FUNERAL OF HERO OF LOST TITANIC
4th May 1912
Sante Reghini, Who Gave His Life for a Woman, Buried from Sister?s Home --- WAITED ON DECK FOR DEATH --- Services for George Nasser, Another Victim, To-morrow --- The funeral of one of the victims of the Tita...
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, ...
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...
  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...
New York Times PHILADELPHIA SURVIVORS ILL
23rd April 1912
Two in Hospital, Hysterical---Mrs. Widener Has Severe Cold --- Special to The New York Times --- PHILADELPHIA, April 22---Philadelphia survivors of the Titanic are under the care of physicians, several of them in a serious...
New York Times G. H. CLARKE JR. KILLED
13th June 1943
Lieutenant in Army Air Forces Was Completing Training --- Lieutenant George Hyde Clarke Jr., Army Air Forces, eldest son of Mrs. S. Beach Cooke of 530 Park Avenue and Cooperstown, N. Y. and of George Hyde Clarke of Hyde Hall, Cooperstow...
The Sydney Morning Herald INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT (#3)
5th May 1885
...
  HAMBLYN FAMILY INFORMATION

Ernest William Hamblyn was born in Plymouth, Devon and his birth was registered there in the December Quarter of 1865. He remains elusive in early life but has been traced to Shirley, Southampton in the England & Wales 1901 census. It h...
  MARCONIGRAM : BONNELL

Not dated. "Bonnell, Youngstown, Ohio. Mollie, Elizabeth, Natalie, Caroline safe. George not heard from" ...
  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....
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....
Worcester Telegram ASPLUND FUND TOTALS $1031.25, BUT BODY OF VICTIM OF TITANIC DISASTER FAILS TO REACH WORCESTER
4th May 1912
The benefit fund for Mrs. Charles Asplund and her two children saved from the titanic, while her husband and three sons went to their deaths, yesterday passed the $1000 mark. The total amount subscribed last night was $1031.25, and tha...
  MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: WILLIAM FARQUHARSON
March 1913
Number 98. Farquharson, Martha, widow. Children: George; William; Millicent. All class A dependants....
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...
Washington Times WIDENER WAS HEROIC TO END, SAYS FRIEND
19th April 1912
Traction Magnate Kissed Wife Good-By, Then Went Back To Die --- NEW YORK, April 19---Rushed to Philadelphia in a special train that had been sidetracked at the Communipaw station of the Pennsylvania railroad, in Jersey City, were the su...
New York Times P. A. B. WIDENER GIVES $4,000,000 TO SCHOOL
21st May 1912
Endowment Is Announced Coincident with the Filing of His Son?s and Grandson?s Wills --- TO AID CRIPPLED CHILDREN --- George Widener, Lost on the Titanic, Left His Estate to Family---Harry?s Rare Books for Harvard --...
Windsor, Eton & Slough Express GEORGE ALLUM WAS CLEWER OLD BOY
25th May 1912
The old churchyard of Clewer has witnessed many strange and touching scenes during the long roll of centuries that is has borne the designation of "God's Acre", still, perhaps never one so unusual or pathetic as that which occurre...
New York Times HARVARD'S LARGEST CLASS GRADUATED
25th June 1915
Degrees for 1,205 Students at the University?s 274th Commencement --- LOWELL TALKS ON WAR --- Says Conflict Imposes Burden Upon Us---Widener Memorial Library Is Dedicated --- Special to The New York Times...
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 ...
  OXFORD ALUMNI, 1715-1886
1887
Page 223 of the Oxford Alumni has - CARTER, Ernest Courtenay, 3rd son of George of Compton, Berkshire, Clergyman. Matriculated 18 October 1880, aged 22. St. John's College. Batchelor of Arts 1884....
New York Times TO PROVE MRS. GAGE DESCENDANT OF KINGS
12th April 1912
Defense Introduces Family Tree in Proceedings Brought by Banker C. J. Bell --- ROOSEVELT'S ROYAL ORIGIN --- Miss Gage Testifies That an Ancestor of Colonel Was a Scottish King?--Threaten Mrs. Gracie with Arrest ---...
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. ...
New York Times ROME NOW CROWDED
31st March 1912
Frank Millet, the President of the Consolidated American Academy, is about to turn his face homeward, although he came from New York less than a month ago. However, important affairs take him back to the land of his birth. He is accompanied by Majo...
New York Times JOHN J. ASTOR 5TH, 79; SON OF BUILDER OF HOTEL
27th June 1992
John Jacob Astor 5th, a descendant of one of America's most fabled merchant princes, died yesterday at his home in Miami Beach. He was 79 years old. His death was reported by two of his cousins, R. Thornton Wilson, and Stephen Spencer,...
  MEMORIAL HEADSTONE (1)

In Loving Memory Of George Simmons Died 31st October 1920 Aged 87 Also Mary Ann Simmons Died 7th March 1921 Aged 88 Also Jack, Son of the above Dr...
  GRAVE

Here Rest In Christ Owen George Allum Shipwrecked on the Titanic and Drowned At Sea April 14th, 1912, Aged 17 years. Nearer My God To Thee [In the Winter 1989 issue of the Atlantic Daily Bulletin it was repo...
New York Times NEW YORKER'S CHILD IS KILLED IN PARIS
9th June 1903
Daughter of Archibald Gracie of This City Loses Her Life in an Elevator Accident --- PARIS, June 8---Constance Gracie, the young daughter of Archibald Gracie of New York, was killed in an elevator accident at the Htel de la Trmolle l...
WALTER ORPET WITH HIS BROTHERS   WALTER ORPET WITH HIS BROTHERS

Saloon steward and Titanic victim Walter Orpet (standing, left).   Back row l-r: Walter Orpet, Fred and George. Front row l-r; Robert and William ...
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...
  PROBATE REPORT (14)
1912
GREEN, Mr George. Missing, 1 Lines Terrace (sic), Dorking, Surrey. Administration 16 November 1912 to Theresa Jean Green widow. Effects 45 16s 8d (The correct address in Dorking was 1 Lyons Terrace)...
Exeter Flying Post THE TITANIC DISASTER (6)
27th April 1912
Quartermaster G. Rowe, a native of Topsham, is among the crew saved. Submitter's footnote: I have read elsewhere that it was in fact George Rowe's married sister who resided at Topsham, Devon. It seems he was a regular visitor ...
The Times MR. CHRISTOPHER HEAD
18th April 1912
Mr Christopher Head was the fifth son of the late Mr Henry Head, a well-known London underwriter. He was in his 43rd year, and was educated at Lancing end at Trinity College Cambridge. Called to the Bar ...
New York Times TWO RECEIVE SHARES IN ELKINS 27 MILLION
11th August 1937
G. D. Widener and Mrs. Dixon of Pennsylvania to Get Income From $13,500,000 --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NORRISTOWN, Pa., Aug. 10---George D. Widener of Whitemarsh and his sister, Mrs. Eleanor Widener Dixon of E...
ALICE HERMAN IN 1913   ALICE HERMAN IN 1913
1913
An archive photographic portrait of Titanic survivor Alice Herman, taken in 1913. ...
  GENERAL INFORMATION (1)

Thomas Mudd, a letter from his nephew says that the lad was just sixteen years old and one of a family of thirteen children. In order to give him a chance of a better life he was sent to American to join his brothers George and James who were already...
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...
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...
The New York Times SUE COL. ASTOR FOR $30,000
3rd October 1911
Relatives of Electrician, Killed at Beechwood, Assert Negligence --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R. I., Oct. 2---When Col. John Jacob Astor came to Newport last month aboard his steam yacht...
New York Times MRS. B. GUGGENHEIM SUCCUMBS HERE AT 66
16th November 1937
Her Husband, Member of Family Noted in Mining Industry, Perished on Titanic --- Mrs. Florette Guggenheim, widow of Benjamin Guggenheim, who perished on the Titanic, died yesterday in her apartment in the Hotel Plaza, after a brief illne...
New York Times MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT (2)
26th October 1915
Married --- CLARKE-RYERSON---On Saturday, Oct. 23, 1915, at Christ?s Church, Cooperstown, N. Y., Emily Borie, daughter of the late Arthur Ryerson, Esq., of Ringwood, and George Hyde Clarke, of Hyde Hall, Cooperstown, N. Y....
  MEMORIAL PLAQUE

Erected by the People of Winnipeg in memory of Their Fellow Citizens Mark Fortune; John Hugo Ross; Thompson Beattie; Charles A. Fortune; George E. Graham; and J. J. Borebank Who with 1484 others lost their lives when the Steamship Titanic Founded in ...
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...
  MARY MACK GENERAL INFORMATION

En route to daughter 446 West Street, New York City. Ticket E77. Had been recently widowed. Mary Mack was the daughter of George Lacy and Mary Evory, and that she was first married to John Arber, second to Edward Mack. ...
BBC News JACK PHILLIPS - THE MAN WHO TRIED TO SAVE THE TITANIC
15th July 2010
John George Phillips who was nicknamed 'Jack' gained posthumous fame as the man who tried to save the Titanic and all those on board....
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Western Morning News THE FEARS OF RELATIVES : INHABITANTS OF BODMIN
19th April 1912
Three inhabitants of Bodmin had relatives on board the Titanic......
The Times OBITUARY---MR. C. BOWER ISMAY
26th May 1924
Mr. Charles Bower Ismay, of Hazelbeech Hall, Northampton, who had been ill for some weeks, died yesterday morning. He was well known on the Turf, and was the owner of Craganour, which ran in the famous Derby of 1913. His grandfather, Joseph Ismay was...
New York Times CAPT. HADDOCK DEAD, OLYMPIC EX-MASTER
6th October 1946
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Oct. 5 (AP)---Capt. Herbert James Haddock, a former commodore of the old White Star Line, died today. His age was 85. During the first World War he commanded a dummy fleet of wooden dreadnoughts and battle cruise...
Los Angeles Times TRAGEDY REPEATS IN DUAL SUICIDE
17th July 1942
In the same dwelling in which his wife-sorrowing over the death of their son following a tonsilectomy-had shot herself to death. George A. Brereton, 67, yesterday put a bullet through his head. The second tragedy-20 years after the f...
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 ...
Syracuse Herald REMAINS OF REGINALD HALE WILL BE SENT TO ENGLAND
28th April 1912
To Send Hale’s Body to England. The remains of Reginald Hale, the sturdy young Englishman who left his Somersetshire home some nine years ago to come to Auburn and make his home, were picked up at sea this week...
New York Times Y. M. C. A. GETS TITANIC BEQUEST
27th February 1951
HALIFAX, N. S., Feb. 26 (AP)---A fund of $80,803, bequeathed by a man who lost his life when the Titanic sank in 1912, finally has been disposed of---to the Y. M. C. A. George Wright left $20,000 to "check the lure and bad influence of the street...
TITANIC FIREMEN THOMAS THRELFALL AND GEORGE MCGOUGH Cheltenham Looker-On TITANIC FIREMEN THOMAS THRELFALL AND GEORGE MCGOUGH
4th May 1912
The men on the left of the picture are T. Threfall and G. McGough, two of the crew of the Titanic.  They are shown in conversation with Mr. Cannon, the secretary of the British Seafarers' Union, of Southampton, to which all the survivo...
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...
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...
New York Times WEALTHY YOUNGSTOWN FOLK ABOARD
16th April 1912
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, April 15---Mr. and Mrs. George D. Wick and their daughter, Miss Natalie, Miss Caroline Bonnell and Miss Lily Bonnell of Birkdale, England, her cousin, were among the Titanic?s passengers. The Wicks and Bonnells are among the wealthy...
MOUNT TEMPLE TEMP'S MEMORIES Titanica! MOUNT TEMPLE TEMP'S MEMORIES
8th October 2009
Senan Molony
THE replacement Fourth Officer of the Mount Temple on her homeward voyage in April 1912 was ...
  PROBATE REPORT (6)

LOBB William Arthur of Bugle St Austell Cornwall engine driver died 14 April 1912 at sea Administration Bodmin 3 August 1912 to George Lobb clay labourer Effects 50 NB. Engine driver in this sense is a mine engine rather than conventional r...
  ARTHUR LARNED RYERSON : FAMILY INFORMATION

Arthur Larned Ryerson was born on 12th January 1851 in Chicago, the son of Joseph Turner Ryerson (1813-1883) and Ellen Griffin Larned (1827-1881). He had three younger siblings: Edward Larned (b. 1855), Eleanor (b. 1858) and Josephine (b. 1865)...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (4)
17th April 1912
Shaldon has a particular interest in the loss. George Fox Hosking is senior third engineer on the Titanic. He is the eldest son of Captain and Mrs Hosking of The Green, Shaldon, and resides in London. He has a wife and three children. The parents...
Western Morning News TURPIN A MEMBER OF MASONIC BRETHREN
24th April 1912
Mr. Turpin was a member of the Masonic brethren of the Lodge of St. George, No2025, Plymouth. ...
New York Times WILLS FOR PROBATE (2)
15th May 1912
*** GEORGE ROSENSHINE, (died April 14;) left $150,000 personalty; to Albert Rosenshine, brother, residue; Albert Frank, $1,000; Harold Frank, $1,000; Jeanette Frank. $1,000: Viola Frank, $1,000; Miriam Frank, $1,000; Adelaide Frank.$1,000; Ric...
WEIKMAN HEADSTONE   WEIKMAN HEADSTONE

WEIKMAN AUGUSTUS H. WEIKMAN 1860-1924 MARY WEIKMAN 1860-1926 GEORGE W. WEIKMAN 1865-1952 (On reverse) WEIKMAN FRANK S. WEIKMAN 1890-1962 A. HARRY WEIKMAN...
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 ...
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...
New York Times PUZZLED BY GAY MODELS
5th March 1910
Women Imported by Lady Duff Gordon Teased Immigration Inspector Too much levity came near causing five young Englishwomen to spend the night on the White Star liner Adriatic instead of coming ashore with the other pa...
  PROBATE REPORT (WILLIAM BOWERMAN)
1895
Bowerman, William of Thorncliffe, 145 London-road St. Leonards-on-sea gentleman died 3 May 1895 Probate London to Edith Martha Bowerman widow George Bowerman gentleman and John Wilkie Bell butcher Effects 2851 19s 3d...
New York Times TITANIC SURVIVOR LILLIAN STEAD DIES
9th July 1933
Special to The New York Times --- ELIZABETH, N. J., July 8---Mrs. Lillian E. Stead, a survivor of the Titanic disaster twenty-one years ago, died this morning at her home here after a long illness. She was born in England. She w...
Montreal Gazette HICKSON
1979
Page. 70 Orian (nee Hays) Hickson. At her residence on Thursday, May 3, 1979. Dearly beloved wife of the late Robert N. Hickson. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Hays. Dear sister of Clara (Mrs. Hope Scott) and the late Ma...
New York Times MOTHER OF ASTOR TO ATTEND BRIDAL
30th June 1934
Despite Illness, Mrs. Fiermonte Goes Alone to Newport for Marriage to Miss French --- FORMER HUSBAND A GUEST --- W. K. Dick to Be in Trinity Church Today---Rehearsal for the Ceremony Takes Place --- Special ...
New York Times MORGAN MAY ACT AS A PEACE ENVOY
9th April 1912
Berlin Thinks That, Unofficially, He Will Try to End the Turkish-Italian Conflict --- TO VISIT CONSTANTINOPLE --- After Seeing Kaiser at Venice---Belief That Turkish Officials Will Listen to Him Respectful...
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle BEANE
26th October 1948
Edward Beane of 44 Michigan St., Sunday, Oct. 24, 1948. Survived by his wife, Ethel Beane; two sons, Edward Jr., and George Beane; one brother, Ernest Beane of Pekin, N.Y. Also three brothers and three sisters in England; four grandchildren. He...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY: GEORGE FOX HOSKING
23rd July 1912
The White Star Company had a Committee meeting on 23rd July 1912 at 10 Winter Street, Liverpool at 11.55am. Present Mr. J. Bruce Ismay (in the chair) and others. During the meeting it was announced that the following cases were reported t...
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)...
PHOTOGRAPH OF ANTONIO FERRARY'S WIDOW ANNIE AND THEIR CHILDREN   PHOTOGRAPH OF ANTONIO FERRARY'S WIDOW ANNIE AND THEIR CHILDREN

A photograph taken two or three years after the Titanic disaster showing Annie Ferrary, widow of Anton Ferrary, and their two sons: Henry and George Ferrary...
New York Times HOW THE HARRISES PARTED
19th April 1912
"Of Course, Ladies First," Said Mr. Harris, and Stayed on Board --- George Brayton, an asphalt manufacturer of Los Angeles, who was on the Titanic, last night gave an account of the parting of Henry B. Harris and his wife. He said:...
Toronto Daily Star T. EATON STORE CLOSES SATURDAY AFTERNOON
19th April 1912
Newspaper article...
Elizabeth Daily Journal EXPRESS GRATITUDE FOR SYMPATHY SHOWN
1st May 1912
Mrs. Lillian Renouf and Fred Jefferys, relatives of the Elizabeth victims of the Titanic, wish to thank the Rev. Henry Hale Gifford, Ph.D., rector of Grace Church and the Sons and Daughters of St. George for their kindness and sympathy shown. ...
New York Times $27,000 TO THE PRESIDENT
2nd June 1904
Two Roosevelt Children Also Benefit by J. K. Gracie's Will --- MINEOLA, L. I., June 1---The report of Charles F. Lewis, who was appointed to appraise the personal estate in New York of James King Gracie, who was an uncle of President Th...
Cleveland Plain Dealer FOUR ON BIG LINER CLEVELAND BOUND
17th April 1912
Page 1 Three Men and One Woman on Way to This City May Have Gone Down Many Parts of Ohio Represented in Lists of Victims When the news of the greatest sea distater ina century was flashed to Cleveland ye...
Chicago Tribune ROUND ABOUT THE SOCIETY WORLD.
7th October 1915
Page 15 A number of Chicago relatives and friends will leave for the east Oct. 20 to attend the wedding of Miss Emily Ryerson and George Hyde Clark, which will take place on Oct. 23 at Ringwood, near Cooperstown, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Edw...
Shields Daily Gazette FATAL QUARREL ON BOARD SHIP
12th April 1900
Intelligence reached Barry yesterday of the alleged murder, on board the steamer Rustington, of London, at Santos, of Fireman John Dwyer.  The victim was thrown down the open forehold in the course of a quarrel with a seaman named George M...
The Sydney Morning Herald INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT (#5)
7th May 1885
Yesterday proceedings in the tournament at the Association Ground, Moore Park, were considerably interfered with by the weather, which was threatening in the morning, a...
  MEMORIALS TO JACK PHILLIPS

Phillips, John George (Jack). Chief Wireless Operator. Has perhaps the largest Titanic memorial, namely 'The Phillips Memorial Cloister', by the River Wey, covering some three acres, at Godalming, Surrey. Inscribed on the memorial stone is: 'The Cloi...
JOHN GEORGE PHILLIPS Lectures pour Tous JOHN GEORGE PHILLIPS
1912
As imagined by 'Lectures pour tous', July 1912...
The World Evening Edition (New York) DIXON TAKES THAYER'S PLACE
8th May 1912
The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to-day elected George D. Dixon, formerly freight traffic manager, a vice-president of the company in charge of traffic. Mr. Dixon fills a vacancy caused by the death of John B. Thayer,...
Castle Carey Visitor CARYITES ON BOARD
April 1912
The loss of the Titanic has been keenly felt in Castle Cary: as apart from its being a National Disaster, there were a number of Caryites on board. Mr. Sam Herman, for many years a butcher in the town, and for some years proprietor of the Britannia H...
Newark Star ELIZABETH GIVES AID TO TITANIC WRECK VICTIMS
25th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 24---Mayor Stein has so far collected $72 for the relief of the sufferers of the Titanic disaster. He is receiving contributions as a member of the committee of nine Mayors appointed by Governor Wilson. Hawthorne Lodge...
New York Times MRS. DOROTHY A. HARDER
3rd December 1926
Mrs. Dorothy A. Harder --- Mrs. Dorothy Annan Harder, wife of George A. Harder, died Wednesday at her residence, 510 Park Avenue. She was the only child of the late Edward Annan Jr. and Maude Earle. Edward Annan of Brooklyn, her grandfa...
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...
York Herald MANSLAUGHTER ON THE HIGH SEAS
3rd July 1900
At Winchester Assizes yesterday, George Francis McGough was convicted of manslaughter on the high seas and sentenced to fifteen months' hard labour. While the steamer Rustington, from Cardiff, with coals, was at Santos on M...
Southern Evening Echo SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY FOR TITANIC SURVIVORS
14th April 1958
SATURDAY was a special anniversary for three Southampton men - Mr. Walter Hurst of 5 Granville Street, Mr. Leo James Hyland of 11 Burlington Road, and Mr. George Kemish of 14 Begonia Road. Exactly 46 years ago these three were part of the crew ...
New York Times RICES BELIEVED SAFE
17th August 1924
Washington Not Worried About Explorers---Heard From Them Aug. 6 --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, Aug. 16---There is no uneasiness here about the safety of Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice of New York and his w...
New York Times OBITUARY OF MARGARETTA SPEDDEN
11th February 1950
SPEDDEN---Margaretta C., on Feb. 10, at Tuxedo Park, N. Y., beloved wife of the late Frederic O. Spedden and daughter of the late George F. Stone and Margaretta C. Corning and beloved sister of Emma D. Kemeys.  Funeral services on Monday, ...
Worcester Evening Gazette ASTOR PUT BOY BY WIFE'S SIDE
19th April 1912
A fine act of heroism by Col. John Jacob Astor was told by George A. Harder, a Brooklyn man, who survived the Titanic disaster. "When Col. Astor had assisted his tearful young wife and her maid into a life boat, he tried to put in a yo...
Worcester Telegram WORCESTER THEATER CONCERT NETS $800
6th May 1912
Fund For the Benefit of Mrs. Charles O. Asplund and Her Two Children Is Swelled to More Than $1900 More than 1000 persons attended the concert in Worcester theater last night from 8 o'clock until almost 11, for the benefit of Mrs. Char...
New York Times MRS. ALEX. H. RICE TO SAIL MARCH 21
6th March 1925
Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Rice, accompanied by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George D. Widener, and the latter?s daughter, Miss Diana Dodge, has arranged to sail on the Leviathan March 21. Mrs. Rice will go to London and Paris and later to...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (13)
18th April 1912
No news has been received as to the fate of Mrs Ellen Wilkes, who hailed from Penzance. She travelled third class, whilst the other members of the party of a dozen from Penzance on the Titanic travelled second class. Mrs Wilkes, who had latterly be...
  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...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS TO GEORGE FOX HOSKING

Remembered on: the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also remembered on the Liverpool Titanic and Engineers memorial. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial also remembered on ...
  MEMORIALS TO GEORGE ALEXANDER CHISNALL

Remembered on: the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park. also remembered on the Liverpool Titanic and Engineers memorial. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. ...
  NESHAN KREKORIAN : CLARIFICATIONS

Mr. Krekorian had 3 children, not 4. Minor spelling error: city is St. Catharines, not St. Catherines. He was single when he left for North America - his first wife was killed by the Turks. My recollection of how he got into bo...
Philadelphia Inquirer WILDWOOD BUSINESS MAN AMONG MISSING
18th April 1912
Special to The Inquirer --- WILDWOOD, N. J., April 17---Never was so much sympathy expressed by the residents of Five Mile Beach as over the tidings that Frederick Sutton, the well-known business man, is listed among the missing probabl...
  HARRY COTTERILL : FAMILY INFORMATION

Harry Cotterill's father, Thomas Cotterill died in November 1898, aged 45. He was buried in Penzance Cemetery. Harry's mother died on 6 June 1940, aged 81 and was buried with her husband, there is no gravestone marker. Her admin...
  THE SAGE FAMILY OF PETERBOROUGH
2001
Geoffrey E. Whitfield
John George Sage was born in Hackney, London in 1867. He followed a number of trades until his marriage, on 2nd November 1890 to Annie Elizabeth Cazaly. The Cazaly family were originally Huguenot refugees, and had been settled in the London are...
  1881 CENSUS - LONDON
31st March 1881
At the time of the 1881 census Lilian Hughes (14) was living with her mother and father, Thomas Hughes (57) and Frances (Fanny) (50) at 80 Park Street, London. The census confirms Lilian's birthplace as within the parish of St George's Hanover...
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 ...
New York Times LATEST ITEMS ABOUT THE DOINGS OF AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS
13th September 1902
Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES [Copyright 1902.] London, Sept. 12---George Meredith is to write the introduction to the revised edition of Lady Duff-Gordon's "Letters from Egypt." It will be recalled that one series appeared ...
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...
WILLIAM FARR PENNY (1)   WILLIAM FARR PENNY (1)

Tony Evans
My great uncle...
New York Times THE SMART MYSTERY
8th January 1913
A young man of 20 years and a girl of 18 were the objects of a great deal of sympathy when the Titanic went down last April. They were the children, according to gossip, of JAMES MONTGOMERY SMART, who perished in the wreck. Orphaned and desolate, som...
  MEMORIALS TO ALBERT GEORGE ERVINE

Named on the magnificent Southampton Engineers Memorial, East Park, Southampton. also named on the Glasgow Institute of Marine Engineers memorial. also remembered on the London, Institute of Marine Engineers memorial....
The Times TORQUAY SHOOTING CHARGE
30th November 1933
TITANIC OFFICER SENT TO PENAL SERVITUDE Robert Hitchens, 51, a ship's navigating officer, who was stated to have been at the wheel of the Titanic when she was sunk in 1912 after striking an iceberg, appeared in the dock at Winchester A...
New York Times MRS. S. BEACH COOKE
26th June 1960
Special to The New York Times --- COOPERSTOWN, N. Y., June 25---Mrs. Emily Borie Ryerson Cooke, widow of S. Beach Cooke, an artist and writer, died today of a cerebral hemorrhage at Ringwood, her home here. She was 66 years old. ...
Newark Star MEMORIAL SERVICES ARE PLANNED FOR TITANIC DEAD
23rd April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 22---Memorial services for Peter Reniff and Thomas Gavey, of 21B Florida street, and Clifford and Ernest Jefferies, who were lost while on their way to this city in the Titanic disaster, will be held by the local lodges of Sons and D...
  ASHE FAMILY GRAVESTONE

In loving memory of Harry, beloved husband of May Ashe who lost his life on the Titanic 15th April 1912. also our little girlie, Gladys May, who died 7th August 1917 aged 5 years "Peace Perfe...
New York Times CARLISLE, DESIGNER OF TITANIC, IS DEAD
6th March 1926
Member of Privy Council and Noted Engineer Stricken at 72 --- DISASTER BROKE HIS HEART --- Recently Visited Old Friend, Ex-Kaiser---Wanted “Merry Widow Waltz” Played at Funeral --- ...
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...
Elizabeth Daily Journal LOCAL TITANIC VICTIMS HONORED AT SERVICES
29th April 1912
In memory of Peter H. Renouf, Laurence Garvey, Clifford Jeffreys and Ernest Jeffreys, who went down on the Titanic, a special service was held in Grace Episcopal Church last night. The first two were communicants of the church and the other two were...
  DISPOSITION OF TITANIC VICTIMS' BODIES

List of recovered Titanic victim's bodies and what became of them...
The Sydney Morning Herald INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT (#2)
4th May 1885
The draw for the undermentioned matches has resulted as follows: 1.LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP OF NEW SOUTH WALES Miss Lee plays Miss Rodd Miss Fitzgerald plays Miss Scarvell Miss Bloxsome plays Miss Lamb...
  GEORGE PELHAM FAMILY RESEARCH

Marion James
George Pelham (Titanic survivor) 28yrs old born Bethnal Green Occupation Potman Wife ...
  1881 CENSUS, WEYMOUTH, DORSET
31st March 1881
Reginald George Smith was born in Weymouth, Dorset in the summer of 1879. At the time of the 1881 census he was living with his mother and brothers at 5 Salisbury Terrace, Melcombe Regis, a suburb of Weymouth. His moth...
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 ...
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....
New York Times GUGGENHEIM HEIRESS WED TO CORPORAL
1st October 1943
Mrs. Hazel McKinley Bride of Larry Leonard in Denver --- DENVER, Col., Sept. 30 (AP)---Mrs. Hazel Guggenheim McKinley, mining-family heiress, and Larry Leonard, an Army corporal, were married tonight at the home of Charles Ginsburg, Mrs...
  GEORGE RHEIMS CLAIM

itemized claim...
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 and other relatives in Cornwall, where they were m...
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...
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...
New York Times LORD ROTHES AWAITS WIFE
16th April 1912
Was to Have Met Her at Pier When Titanic Arrived --- An intimate friend of Capt. Smith, a prominent shipping man, who was seen at the Plaza last night, said that Capt. Smith had been informed by the White Star Company that he was to ret...
The Times THE LOSS OF RMS LEINSTER
12th October 1918
THE SUNK IRISH PACKET DEATH ROLL 451  STERN PROTEST BY MR BALFOUR Further details of the loss of the Royal Mail steamer Leinster, the torpedoing of which was announced yesterday, emph...
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...
New York Times THE COUNTESS OF ROTHES (1)
16th April 1912
The Countess of Rothes is the wife of the nineteenth Earl of Rothes, head of one of the oldest families of Scotland, who in 1893 succeeded to the title. The peerage is one of the very few in the United Kingdom that possesses the right of descent in t...
Newark Star MASONIC SERVICES FOR TITANIC VICTIM
2nd May 1912
Brief but impressive memorial services for W. Anderson Walker, who lost his life in the Titanic disaster, were held last night by Hope Lodge No. 124, F. and A. M. of East Orange, of which Mr. Walker was master. Acting Master John A. Gilbert was in ch...
The Globe EATON'S DAILY STORE NEWS
20th April 1912
THE STORE WILL CLOSE AT 1 P.M. TO-DAY AS A TOKEN OF OUR SORROW and sympathy with the widow, family and friends of the late Mr. George E. Graham, and as a mark of honor [sic] and respect for his heroic end on...
Newark Star FEAR ELIZABETH FOLK WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC
18th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 17---Benjamin Peacock, of 609 South Broad street, is fearful that his two brothers, Ernest and Robert, were among those lost on the steamship Titanic. Mr. Peacock's wife and two children were also passengers on the boat, but it is p...
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...
  SONGE D'AUTOMNE
1912
Songe d'Autmone (Dream of Autumn) was composed by Archibald Joyce (25 May 1873 to 22 March 1963). Joyce, popularly known as the "English Waltz King", had considerable success in England with this piece which was included in the re...
New York Times CABINET IS SALE FEATURE
24th September 1950
Mahogany Breakfront Brings $585 in $51,640 Auction --- A Regency mahogany and grillwork breakfront cabinet with Roman portrait medallions, circa 1820, was sold to a private collector for $585 yesterday at the final session of the sale ...
Passaic Herald News MRS. J. JOSEPH O'NEILL
13th June 1974
CLIFTON Mrs. Margaret O'Neill, 82, died yesterday in St. Mary Hospital, Passaic. Mrs. O'Neill was born in Ireland and came to the United States in 1912. She lived in Jersey City and Montclair before moving to Clifton five y...
Bucks Free Press SERVICE HELD FOR REV ERNEST AND MRS CARTER
26th April 1912
At the service held on Sunday evening by the Baptists, at the Town Hall, Penn-road, conducted by Mr F Saunders, of Seer Green (Ex-President of the Bucks Baptist Association), allusion was made to was made to the terrible catastrophe. The music ...
Toronto Daily Star JUMPED INTO LIFEBOAT
19th April 1912
H.B. Stephenson Account...
  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....
New York Times EMILY RYERSON CLARKE SUES FOR DIVORCE
3rd June 1932
RENO, Nev., June 2 *** Mrs. Emily Borlie Clarke brought suit for divorce on ground of cruelty against George Hyde Clarke, to whom she was married at Cooperstown, N. Y., on Oct. 23, 1915. Agreement has been made regarding custoday of the...
  WILLIAM TRACY EUSTIS : FAMILY INFORMATION

William Tracy Eustis (1822-1906), from Boston, married to Martha Gilbert Dutton (1828-1900), also from Boston, on 3rd October 1849. The couple had six choldren: Eleanor Tracy (1851-1922), Henry Dutton (b. 1853), Mary St. Barbe (b. 1857), Elizab...
New York Times NATHAN STRAUS TOLD
18th April 1912
That Isidor and Mrs. Straus Were Not Saved---Son Doesn't Know Yet --- A cablegram was sent yesterday to Nathan Straus, who is in Rome, breaking the news to him that Isidor Straus and Mrs. Straus are among the missing from the Titanic di...
New York Times LORD MERSEY DIES IN HIS 90TH YEAR
4th September 1929
Regarded as the Grand Old Man of the English Legal Profession --- HEADED SHIPPING INQUIRIES --- Presided at Investigation into the Lusitania, Titanic and Other Disasters --- Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES...
Elizabeth Daily Journal SURVIVOR OF TITANIC DISASTER PASSES AWAY
8th July 1933
Mrs. Lillian E. Stead, wife of Arthur Stead, of 128 Reid street, died last night at her home after a lingering illness. Mrs. Stead was a survivor of the "Titanic" disaster twenty-one years ago. Born in England, she came to this country twenty-five ...
EDITH CORSE EVANS Titanica! EDITH CORSE EVANS
7th April 2012
Michael Poirier
Author's note: While doing research on a genealogy site in Spring of 2009, I met a relative of Edith Evans, Emlen Hutchinson Evans. I ...
The World Evening Edition (New York) EDITOR WHO FLAYED ISMAY RESIGNS HIS SEAT IN PARLIAMENT
17th May 1912
Bottomley, "Stormy Petrel of English Politics," Quits Because of Business Troubles --- LONDON, May 17---Horatio W. Bottomley, M. P., financier, company promoter, magazine publisher and politician, resig...
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...
Guernsey Weekly Press REPORTED MISSING: E. H. WHEADON
22nd April 1912
Mr. E.H. Wheadon was in his 67th year. He was the head of the agricultural firm of E.H. Wheadon and Sons, Couture. He was a man of most kindly nature and charitable disposition. Among the members of the family and their very wide circle of friends hi...
Chicago American 300 OF TITANIC'S PASSENGERS WERE BOOKED AT PARIS
16th April 1912
News of the Titanic disaster has caused the utmost excitment here, especially in the American colony......
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser MR. AND MRS. CHAPMAN
April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Liskeard, were also among the lost. Mrs. Chapman declining to go without her husband. Mrs. Hocking tells of how Mrs. Chapman was behind her when they were getting into the lifeboat. But when Sarah found that her husband J...
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 AMAZON TRAFFIC HINDERED
22nd August 1924
Booth Line Says Disturbances Make Deliveries Uncertain --- Political disturbances at Manaos, State of Amazonas, have interrupted navigation on the River Amazon. The Booth American Shipping Corporation, 17 Battery Place, announced yester...
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 Tribune COLONEL GRACIE DEAD
5th December 1912
Last Man to Leave the Titanic Succumbs to Shock --- Colonel Archibald Gracie, the last man to leave the sinking Titanic, died yesterday at the Hotel St. Louis, at No. 24 East 32d street. His physicians...
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...
PLUCKED FROM THE SEA? Titanica! PLUCKED FROM THE SEA?
11th July 1999
Peter Engberg and Tad Fitch
Survivors' Claims Reconsidered...
Los Angeles Times RACE SWINDLER SUSPECTS HELD
5th July 1933
Victim Spends Year on Trail of Asserted Fleecers ---------- SAN JOSE, July 4. (AP) - Charged with swindling J. T. Taylor, retired New Yorker, out of $27,000 in a fake horse race deal, C. W. Coleman 55 years of age, and...
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 ...
The Times LAST VOYAGE OF THE OLYMPIC
12th October 1935
 CIVIC RECEPTION ON BOARD AT JARROW The liner Olympic (45,439 tons gross) sailed from Southampton last evening on her last voyage to Jarrow, where she is to be broken up. Among the hundred people who waved the liner farewell were a ...
  MY GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER JOHN WEIR

Col John Weir was my Great Great Grandfather. He was born on May 14th 1852 to parents John Weir and Jane Gillies. He had two brothers and two sisters: James b. 28/5/1856, Sarah b. 16/2/1858, George b. 29/1/1862 and Jane b. 30/7/1864. John marri...
ON A SEA OF GLASS : THE LIFE & LOSS OF THE RMS TITANIC Titanic Review ON A SEA OF GLASS : THE LIFE & LOSS OF THE RMS TITANIC
15th March 2012
Mike Poirier
On a Sea of Glass is a comprehensive book for those interested in every aspect of the lost liner....
New York Times V. A. SALVATORE TO WED
24th December 1917
Sculptor Engaged to Miss Ellen A. Ryerson of Chicago --- Special to The New York Times --- CHICAGO, Dec. 23---Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of 2,700 Lakeview Avenue announced yesterday the engagement of her third daughter, Miss Elle...
New York Times INSURED FOR $110,000
22nd April 1912
Clifford, Who Was Lost, Took Out $50,000 Policy Before Sailing --- Special to The New York Times --- BOSTON, April 21---Either because he had a premonition of death or that he counted the trip a great risk, George Quincy C...
New York Times COL. ASTOR WEDS MADELEINE FORCE
10th September 1911
Early Morning Ceremony at Beechwood, the Bridegroom's Newport Home --- REJECTS CLERICAL CARPENTER --- Dr. Joseph Lambert Officiates in Place of the Rev. Mr. Straight---Colonel for Remarriage Only Once --- Spe...
New York Times DR. ALEXANDER H. RICE GETS WIFE'S MILLIONS
17th August 1937
Will of Former Eleanor Elkins Leaves All to Two Children After His Death --- NEWPORT, R. I, Aug. 16 (AP)--The will of Eleanor Elkins Rice, leaving an estate estimated variously at from $5,000,000 to $50,000,000, was filed today in Proba...
Nottingham Daily Express DERBYSHIRE VICTIM
22nd April 1912
Among the missing is George Henry Hickley, a Derby man, who was a steward on board the ill-fated liner. He was well known in the Rowditch district of the town, as he often visited his sister, Mrs. Knowles, wife of Mr. Knowles, of the Lonsdate Dairy,...
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...
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....
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 ...
Cumberland News LOCAL VICTIMS OF THE DISASTER
20th April 1912
Carlisle and Border men among the Crew Mr. Joseph Bell left the district when a youth to serve his apprenticeship as an engineer at the works of Mr. Robert Stephenson, on Tyneside, which were founded by the famous engineer of that name who inv...
New York Times J. P. MORGAN DUG INTO EGYPT'S PAST
16th March 1912
Financier Superintended the Search for Early Christian Cemetery at Khargeh. --- BUILT A HOUSE IN DESERT --- Had Force of Man at Work Under Egyptian Engineers, and Enjoyed Himself in Flannels ---...
New York Times INCREASING PROFANITY AMONG BOYS [LETTER TO THE EDITOR]
30th June 1909
To the Editor of The New York Times: Of late we see accounts both in the United States and Canada calling attention to how profane and bad language is increasing among the boys. The truth of this cannot be denied by any one...
CROW'S NEST TELEPHONE KEY   CROW'S NEST TELEPHONE KEY

RMS Titanic: Second Officer David Blair OBE. Iron key with brass oval tag attached "Crows Nest Telephone Key". Research by Henry Aldridge and Son, and eminent Titanic historians has established that the key was either to the portable Grah...
New York Times MRS. DICK MARRIED TO FIERMONTE, BOXER, IN CIVIL CEREMONY IN HOSPITAL ROOM HERE
28th November 1933
Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick and Enzo Fiermonte, Italian middleweight pugilist, were married at 5:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Mrs. Dick's room at the Doctors Hospital, East End Avenue and Eighty-seventh Street. Mrs. Dick is 40 years old; Mr. ...
Daily Mining Gazette RELATIVES OF HURONTOWN FOLK WERE ABOARD LINER
1912
Included among the passengers on the lost steamer Titanic were four young Cornishmen bound for Houghton to take employment in the Isle Royal Mine. Their relatives at Hurontown eagerly await some news of them and up to last night were still hoping th...
New York Times MISS EMILY R. CLARKE A PROSPECTIVE BRIDE
4th October 1939
Cooperstown Girl Betrothed to Danilo Machado of Havana --- Announcement has been made here by Mrs. S. Beach Cooke of Cooperstown, N. Y., of the engagement of her second daughter, Miss Emily Ryerson Hyde Clarke, to Danilo Machado, son of...
North Devon Journal MR. C. LAMBERT, M.P., AND THE DISASTER
25th April 1912
The sympathies of the entire civilised world went out to those who had been bereaved by this appalling disaster...
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...
West Palm Beach Inquirer WILLIAM E. CARTER SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS
21st March 1940
William E. Carter, well-known sportsman and clubman of Philadelphia and Unionville, Pa., died early Wednesday morning at a West Palm Beach hospital after a brief illness. He had been spending the season at the Breakers, which he had visited each w...
  ALLUM FAMILY INFORMATION

Owen George Allum was born in a village called Mabe near Falmouth, Cornwall in 1894. His father, William Allum (b.1865 Bray, Berkshire) was a gardener by occupation who had married Clara Alice Eggleton (b.1867 Jersey, CI) at Wokingham, Berkshi...
New York Times TO UNVEIL STRAUS FOUNTAIN
14th April 1915
Dedication of Memorial to Philanthropist and His Wife Tomorrow --- The Isidor and Ida Straus Memorial in Straus Park will be dedicated tomorrow afternoon with impressive ceremonies. The beautiful granite and bronze fountain, which form...
New York Times ASTOR INFANT CHRISTENED
15th January 1936
Virginia French and Vincent Astor Are William's Godparents --- The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob Astor was christened yesterday afternoon at a ceremony in the presence of a few relatives and friends in the Astor residence, 7 Eas...
New York Times ETHEL BEANE, WHO SURVIVED TITANIC SINKING, DEAD AT 90
20th September 1983
ROCHESTER, Sept. 19 (AP)---Ethel Beane, who survived the sinking of the liner Titanic in 1912, died over the weekend in a Rochester nursing home. She was 90 years old. The Titanic sank the night of April 14 on its maiden voyage from So...
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...
Daily Mail FATE OF A FAMILY
18th April 1912
Parents and Nine Children in Titanic Page 6 On board the Titanic were eleven residents of Peterborough, Mr. and Mrs. John Sage, of Gladstone-street, and their nine children, whose ages range from twenty-two to five years. M...
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...
Brooklyn Daily Times BROOKLYNITES ARE LOST AS TITANIC SINKS
16th April 1912
Several Are Believed to Have Sunk With Ship --- According to the latest reports from the White Star officials there were Brooklyn and Long Island people among those who were lost when the ill fated Titanic sank. The dead ...
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser PENZANCE PARTY ON TITANIC BOUND FOR AKRON
18th April 1912
The party of seven adults and four young children from Penzance were all bound to Akron. Mr. George Hocking, his mother (Mrs. Guy), who is a widow, and his sister, Miss Hocking, were of St Mary-street, and with them were Mrs. Emily Richards, of...
New York Times WEDDINGS: APPLETON-LAMSON
13th December 1894
Miss Charlotte Lamson was married to Edward Dale Appleton in the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest, Forty-fifth Street and Fifth Avenue, at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The Rev. Dr. D. Parker Morgan, rector of the Church, performed...
Hampshire Advertiser A SEAMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER AT SOUTHAMPTON
2nd May 1900
A Special sitting of the Southampton Borough Police Court was held on Saturday for the purpose of continuing the hearing of a charge of murder against George Frederick McGough, a sailor on the British ship Rustington, who was accused of causing...
New York Times CLUBMEN AND THEIR CLUBS
28th February 1904
[Note: This is extracted from a longer article about several prominent members of New York social clubs.] J. Bruce Ismay, who succeeds Charles [sic; should be "Clement"] A. Griscom as President of the International Mercantile Marine Co...
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...
HILDA SLAYTER'S DIARY Titanica! HILDA SLAYTER'S DIARY
17th May 2013
Alan Hustak
Hilda Mary Slayter...
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...
The World Evening Edition (New York) MORGAN, UNABLE TO EAT, DIES IN ROME; BODY IS TO BE SENT HERE FOR BURIAL
31st March 1913
J. P. MORGAN DIES IN ROME; DELIRIOUS SINCE EASTER --- Unable to Eat or Drink Following Acute Attack of Gastro Enteritis On His Egyptian Tour---Was Seventy-six Years Old --- END CAME SOONER THAN PHYSICIANS...
Chicago Daily News FATHER OVERCOME WITH JOY
17th April 1912
FATHER OVERCOME WITH JOY      Willaim Haines, a publisher, father of Mrs. Marion Smith, who was reported rescued from the doomed vessel, was prostrated with grief when ...
Newark Star ORANGE CHURCH HONORS VICTIM OF TITANIC
29th April 1912
Grace Episcopal Church, Orange, was crowded to the doors yesterday afternoon during memorial services held for the Titanic victims. W. Anderson Walker, who lost his life on the ship and who was a well-known member of the church, was remembered durin...
New York Times ROSENSHINE LEFT $161,033
11th May 1913
Brother and Partner of Titanic Victim Residuary Legatee --- The appraisal of the estate of George Rosenshine, President of Rosenshine Bros., importers of ostrich feathers, who perished in the Titanic disaster, was filed yesterday showin...
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 MYSTERY OF CHARLES BARNES AND ROBERT BARNHOUSE
9th April 2009
Mike Holgate
In April 1913, an article appeared in the Torquay Times under the headline: Echo Of The Titanic Disaster : The Strange Story Of The Man With Two Names. A hearing at Torquay County Court had established the true identity of a stoke...
The Washington Herald MORGAN CARRIED FROM STEAMSHIP
14th March 1913
Financier Suddenly Weakens Upon Arrival at Naples and Is Helped to Train --- HOW RESTING QUIETLY --- Special Train Prepared to Carry Millionaire to Rome from Seaport --- Special Cable to The Washi...
Jerseyman MRS. PATTERSON IS CALLED BY DEATH
14th January 1921
Wife of Editor of Jerseyman Dies in Memorial Hospital Mrs. Susan Ryerson Patterson, daughter of Mrs. Arthur Ryerson of Chicago, and wife of George W. Patterson, Jr., editor of THE JERSEYMAN, died in Memorial Ho...
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...
New York Times MRS. WIDENER NOT TO WED
15th August 1915
Denies Her Reported Engagement to Dr. Hamilton Rice, the Explorer --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, Aug. 19---Mrs. George D. Widener made an emphatic denial today of her reported engagement to Dr. Hamilton Ric...
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...
New York Times RECTORS FOR ASTOR RITES
27th June 1934
Rev. E. S. Travers to Assist Rev. H. St. G. Burrill at Wedding --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NEWPORT, R. I., June 26---The Rev. Edward S. Travers, rector of the Episcopal Church at Rhinebeck, N. Y., will be the ass...
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...
The Times REQUIEM MASS AT WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL
24th April 1912
A Requiem Mass for the souls of those who lost their lives owing to the sinking of the Titanic was held in Westminster Cathedral yesterday morning. The clergy of the diocese have lost three of their members, the best known being Father By...
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...
New York Times FILES GUGGENHEIM REPORT
30th June 1918
Cornelius J. Sullivan, referee in the application of George J. Gillespie as guardian for Marguerite and Barbara, infant children of the late Benjamin Guggenheim, to the Surrogates' Court to determine whether the estate of their father had received th...
Le Mémorial des Pyrénées MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT (LE MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT)
18th April 1912
President Taft sent messages everywhere he could, so anxious was he about the fate of his aide-de-camp major Archibald Butt. ...
New York Times PROFANITY AMONG BOYS [EDITORIAL]
30th June 1909
The statement made in a letter to THE TIMES this morning by Mr. GEORGE WRIGHT that blasphemous and degrading language is increasing not only among the illiterate but "among those in the higher walks of life" may be doubted. Quite possibl...
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...
  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...
New York Times EXPLORER RICE WEDS MRS. G. D. WIDENER
7th October 1915
Law Requiring Five Days' Delay After Securing License Waived by a Court Order --- PLANS FOR SECRECY FAIL --- Bishop Lawrence Officiates at Ceremony in Emmanuel Church Vestry Witnessed by Twelve Persons --- Sp...
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...
Cornwall & Devon Post AT SEA IN A BLIZZARD: BUDE SEAMAN FOUND WRAPPED IN THE MAINSAIL
24th January 1936
Adventure recalled by death of Mr. J. Jewell The passing of Mr. John Jewell early Sunday morning at 8, King Street, Bude, at the age of 79 years, recalls the old days of Bude shipping, consisting of small coasters of 35 to 80 tons, whi...
NIGHT AND A TITAN Titanica! NIGHT AND A TITAN
10th August 2011
Senan Molony
What did Titanic look like at night?...
Wiltshire Times TITANIC WIRELESS OPERATOR
20th April 1912
Son of Trowbridgian: Relatives in the Town The man who sent the fateful SOS wireless appeal for assistance - the Marconi Operator aboard the Titanic - is Mr. John George Phillips, son of Mr. G. A. Phillips, of Francombe, near Godalming...
  MANSION HOUSE FUND ETC.

Wardner, Fred Albert.  Lived at 45 Endle Street, Chapel, Southampton. Occupation - Fireman. 39 years old. (Born in Hampshire). (Wife: Nellie). (Death Notice Southern Daily Echo 30th Apri...
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 NOT ALL STOCK ISSUED
20th April 1912
The figures of the company with reference to its stock, as set forth in the Manual of Statistics for 1911, show that common stock to the sum of $49,931,735 has been issued and preferred to the value of $51,730,971, while $60,000,000 was the sum...
New York Times MRS. D. R. BENJAMIN WED TO G. H. CLARKE
13th December 1933
Ceremony by Justice P. J. McCook Soon After the License Is Obtained --- Mrs. Dorothy Rennard Benjamin of the Hotel Berkshire and George Hyde Clarke of Hyde Hall, Cooperstown, N. Y., obtained a marriage license at the Municipal Building ...
Daily Home News DR. SHANNON LOST FRIEND ON TITANIC
22nd April 1912
John George Phillips, the young Englishman who was in charge of the wireless room on the ill-fated Titanic, and who paid with his life the price of his faithfulness to duty, was to have been a visitor in this city while in this count...
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...
The Times MRS. PIRRIE AWARDED FREEDOM OF THE CITY OF BELFAST
21st April 1904
BELFAST, APRIL 20 The freedom of the city of Belfast, unanimously voted by the council some weeks ago, was formally presented to Mrs. Pirrie at the town-hall to-day in the presence of a large and distinguished company. The mu...
Hampshire Advertiser A SOUTHAMPTON CASE
18th November 1882
William Mintram, aged 17, was charged with maliciously wounding, with intent to do grevious bodily harm, George Barton, at Southampton, on September 30.-The Hon. B. Coleridge prosecuted. The scene of this alleged outrage was th...
Transactions of the Devonshire Association HENRY FORBES JULIAN
1912
'Mr Julian, one of the noble band of heroes who sacrificed their lives in the Titanic disaster on 14 April 1912, so that the women and children might be saved, was the son of Mr Henry Julian, of Cork and Bolton, and belonged to a mixed...
New York Times ROSENSHINE WILL HOLDS
21st June 1912
Court Dismisses Contest Over $1,000,000 Estate of Titanic Victim --- Surrogate Colahan dismissed from the bench yesterday the contest of the will of George Rosenshine, a feather importer, who perished in the wreck of the...
The Sun (New York) MR. MORGAN VICTIM ONLY OF OVERWORK
15th March 1913
His Ailment Nervous Breakdown, Declares H. L. Satterlee, His Son-in-law --- NEVER TOOK A VACATION --- Financier Will Get Complete Rest in Rome, Where No One Bothers Him --- Special Cable Despatch ...
GEORGE ALEXANDER LUCIEN RHEIMS Titanica! GEORGE ALEXANDER LUCIEN RHEIMS
12th October 2012
Homer Thiel
Updated biographical information on Titanic survivor George Rheims....
  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...
New York Times ANOTHER MYTH OF SMART
16th January 1913
Titanic Victim Not Only Had No Children, but No Fortune --- It was disclosed recently that the Smart children, heirs of a wealthy lawyer who perished on the Titanic, were a myth, and yesterday it was developed t...
THE UNBORN BABIES OF THE TITANIC Titanica! THE UNBORN BABIES OF THE TITANIC
12th September 2013
A list of 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 posthumously. Titanic passengers that were pregnant on the Ti...
News Tribune KING OF HOPS: THE LEGACY OF HERMAN KLABER
12th April 2001
Bart Ripp
CURTIS, Lewis County ? Come spring in the Boistfort Valley, hops pop up, green and fragrant, in the hay fields. Boistfort Elementary School sits next to a big hay field where hops sprout, searching the sky for support. The only clue to...
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...
New York Times COL. ASTOR'S FUNERAL
4th May 1912
Services at Rhlnebeck To-day, but Burial in Trinity Cemetery Here --- RHINEBECK May 3---The funeral service of Col. John Jacob Astor will be held to-morrow at noon in the Episcopal Church of the Messiah, of which he was Warden for sixte...
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...
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 MISS M. GRAHAM WEDS
7th June 1914
Married to Eugene M. Moore---Bride a Titanic Survivor --- Special to The New York Times --- GREENWICH, Conn., June 6---Miss Margaret Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Graham of Belle Haven was married this aftern...
New York Times MONEY LOSS NOTHING---MORGAN
22nd April 1912
But He Is Upset by Loss of Life, Due to Faith in Boat --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- PARIS, April 21---An interesting interview was obtained by a correspondent at Aix w...
New York Times PRAISE ASTOR AND BUTT
20th April 1912
Women Compare Their Conduct to That of "Miserable Specimens" --- Special to The New York Times --- EAST ORANGE, N. J., April 19---High praise was given to-day to John Jacob Astor, Maj. Butt, Vice President Thayer of the P...
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 LAST OF THE LOST Titanica! THE LAST OF THE LOST
3rd August 2002
Alan Ruffman & Ryan Parr
A preliminary report on the Palaeo-DNA Project and the unidentified Titanic victims in the Halifax, Nova Scotia, cemeteries...
New York Times 14 IN GLASS TRADE FINED IN TRUST CASE
23rd January 1941
They Plead Nolo Contendere at Chicago on Price-Fixing --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- CHICAGO, Jan. 22---Fourteen corporate and individual defendants in the glazing industry, accused of fixing prices of glass...
Surrey Advertiser and County Times THE HEROIC WIRELESS OPERATOR
April 1912
The wireless operator who flashed out the terrible signal SOS, and gave the first intimation to the world of the appalling disaster to the Titanic, belongs to Farncombe, where he is well known and popular. He is Mr. John George Phillips, and his pare...
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...
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 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,...
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette TITANIC OWNERS OFFER TO SETTLE FOR $664,000
18th December 1915
New York, Dec 17 ? The White Star line has agreed to pay $664,000 in settlement of all claims arising for the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912, when more than 1,5000 persons were drowned, the line announced here to-day. Of this amo...
  VAN BILLIARD (RED CROSS)

''The husband and two sons, aged eleven and nine years, were drowned. The family had resided in South Africa, where the man owned a part of a diamond claim, but he had sold his share of the business and was expecting to locate permanent...
  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...
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...
The Sun (New York) MR. MORGAN'S BODY TAKEN TO HIS HOME
12th April 1912
Flag Draped Coffin Followed by Relatives From the Liner France --- QUIET TRIP FROM HAVRE --- The steamship France, with the body of J. P. Morgan, came up the bay late yesterday afternoon past flags at hal...
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...
A TRAGIC FRIENDSHIP Voyage A TRAGIC FRIENDSHIP
15th January 2000
Dave and Barb Shuttle
How documents recovered from the wreck of the Titanic reveal a friendship which ended in disaster....
Newark Evening News JOHN HARDY DIES AT 82
8th October 1953
New Providence Resident Survived the Sinking of Liner Titanic --- John Hardy of 71 Gales drive, New Providence, who was chief steward of the second class accommodations aboard the White Star liner Titanic when it sank in 1912, died yest...
New York Times MRS. G. D. WIDENER TO MARRY DR. RICE
6th October 1915
South American Explorer to Wed Widow of Titanic Victim in Boston on Oct. 14 --- HER MEMORIAL GIFTS --- Philadelphia Society Woman Noted for Her Beauty and Jewels---Dr. Rice's Scientific Achievements --- Speci...
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...
Primitive Methodist Leader OUR BOYS ON THE 'TITANIC' - CORNISH PASSENGERS
1912
There were three of them sailed with her - Percy (Bailey), Harry (Cotterill) and George (Hocking). The first named we knew well, for although all were brought up in our Sunday school the latter two had ceased attending regularly at any one plac...
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 ...
New York Times MRS. LOUISE JONES WED IN BAY STATE
20th September 1952
Church in Barnstable Is Scene of Marriage to John Maclay Mirkil, Marine Ex-Officer --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- BARNSTABLE, Mass., Sept. 19---Mrs. Louise Unander-Scharin Jones, daughter of Mrs. J. Hippach Unander...
Southern Daily Echo TITANIC SURVIVOR CHARGED
23rd May 1912
Sent to Prison for Stealing a Watch At the Southampton Borough Police Court, this morning, before the Mayor (Councillor H. Bowyer, R. N. R.), and other magistrates. James Thompson, fireman of no fixed abode, ...
New York Times PROVING FOREMAN ON TITANIC
15th May 1912
Brother Files Letters of Survivors in Asking for Administration Papers --- Edwin H. Foreman obtained yesterday from Surrogate Fowler letters of administration on the $10,000 estate of his brother, Benjamin L. Foreman, who was drowned on ...
New York Times RITES FOR ASTOR ATTENDED BY 400
7th February 1959
Realty Leader's Funeral Is Held at St. James Church---Honor Guard Present --- More than 400 friends and business associates attended a funeral service yesterday for Vincent Astor. The real estate owner and descendant of John Jacob Astor...
  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 ...
The Times DEATH OF MR. T. H. ISMAY
24th November 1899
We regret to announce that Mr. Ismay died at his residence, Dawpool, near Birkenhead, about 6 o'clock last night, after a long illness. The immediate cause of death was collapse of the heart, following on operations performed for an internal trouble....
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......
Hampshire Magazine DID THIS MAN SURVIVE THREE DAYS IN THE ICY OCEAN?
1980
By far the most exciting story concerning a Titanic crewman has survived through Mrs. Louise Parker of Golden Grove, a surviving daughter of greaser George Prangnell. The story of Prangnell's escape is truly incredible, and is told here in print for ...
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. ...
  CHINESE SAILORS ON THE TITANIC

Eight sailors from Hong Kong, boarded the Titanic together at Southampton......
The Evening Telegram HAD LETTER LAST FRIDAY
16th April 1912
BROTHER STEWARD ON TITANIC : Charles Lydiatt Had Been Steward on Every Boat on White Star Line : Brother Waiting for News...
The Times THE RT. REV. ALOYSIUS SMITH
23rd August 1960
The Rt. Rev. Aloysius Smith was the eldest brother of Reginald George Smith, one of the saloon stewards on Titanic. This is his obituary- FIRST ABBOT OF BODMIN The Rt. Rev. Abbot Aloysius Smith, C.R.L., First Abbot of Bo...
New York Times TITANIC SURVIVORS MARRY
2nd March 1913
Karl H. Behr and Miss Newsom Wed in Church of the Transfiguration --- The wedding of Karl Howard Behr and Miss Helen Newsom, a daughter of Mrs. Richard Leonard Beckwith by her first husband, took place at 3 P.M. yesterday in the...
New York Times MRS. A. H. RICE DIES IN A PARIS STORE
14th July 1937
New York and Newport Society Woman, Wife of Explorer, Noted for Philanthropy --- A SURVIVOR OF TITANIC --- Lost First Husband and Son in Disaster---Gave Library to Harvard University --- Special Cable to THE ...
Unidentified Newspaper WIFE OF STATE FARM FOUNDER DIES AT 80
15th January 1965
MRS. MECHERLE SURVIVOR OF ILL-FATED TITANIC Mrs. Sylvia Mecherle, 80, widow of the founder of State Farm Insurance Companies, died at 12:36 a.m. Thursday at Brokaw Hospital, where she had been a patient for 14 months. Her fu...
New York Times THE SMART HEIRS FOUND?
30th August 1912
Children of Titanic Victim Believed to be in Belgian Convent --- BRUSSELS, Aug. 29---The long-sought son and daughter of the late Montgomery Smart of New York, a Titanic victim, are believed to be in a Belgian convent. Their names are G...
New York Times DR. RICE, IN WILDS OF BRAZIL, IN TOUCH BY RADIO WITH HIS FRIENDS IN NEW YORK EVERY NIGHT
16th December 1924
Deep in the wilds of Brazil, Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, surgeon and explorer, is encamped on the Rio Brancho in Manaos, studying tropical diseases. New York, although long ago over its uneasiness for the safety of the Rice party which arose late la...
New York Times THE LOSS OF JAMES CLINCH SMITH
24th April 1912
Amid the maelstrom of mourning in connection with the recent disaster, (which was indeed "Titanic,") the city press seems to have overlooked the loss of one of our most estimable citizens. I refer to Mr. James Clinch Smith, a bro...
Hampshire Advertiser MANSLAUGHTER ON THE HIGH SEAS - MCGOUGH MURDER CHARGE
4th July 1900
At the Hants Summer Assize, on Monday, before Mr. Justice Lawrence, sitting in the Crown Court, George Thomas [sic] McGough, 25, mariner, was charged with the murder of John Dwyer, on the high seas, on March 10th.  Mr. Giles, M.P., and Mr....
  CITY'S UNSUNG TITANIC HERO
26th February 1987
Fred Leigh
Article Frederick Barrett...
Hampshire Advertiser CHARGE OF MURDER AGAINST A SEAMAN AT SOUTHAMPTON
28th April 1900
At the Southampton Borough Police-court, yesterday, George Francis McGough was charged on remand with feloniously killing and slaying John Dwyer, by throwing or pushing him over the coamings of the hatchway of the British Steamer Rustington, ly...
New York Times MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT (1)
16th April 1912
Major Archibald Willingham Butt, President Taft’s Military Aid, [sic] was returning on the Titanic after a visit to Rome, where he went to see the Pope and King Victor Emmanuel....
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...
  THERE IS A GREEN HILL FAR AWAY

The Hymn "There is a Green Hill Far Away" was one of those sung at the hymn service lead by Revd. Ernest Courtenay Carter. The words were written by Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander (1818-1895), in 1848, for the collection...
  STANLICK FAMILY INFORMATION

Cordelia (Delia) Stanlick was born at Tywardreath, Cornwall in 1878. She was the daughter of Thomas and Amelia Stanlick. Her father, born in Devon in 1832 worked as a miner and in later years as a farm labourer. The 1881 Cornwall Census has t...
The Times OBITUARY : THE REV E.C. & MRS CARTER
20th April 1912
...
Unidentified Newspaper OLE ABELSETH [OBITUARY]
1980
Ole Abelseth, 94, of Hettinger, ND, a survivor of he sinking of the oceanliner Titanic, died Thursday, December 4, 1980 at the Hettinger Community Memorial Hospital. Funeral services for Mr. Abelseth were held Monday, December 8, 1980, ...
New York Times DINE CAPT. ROSTRON ON THE MAURETANIA
4th April 1922
156 Guests of Sir Ashley Sparks Pay Tribute to Commander's War Aid --- HE PRAISES HIS VESSEL --- Is Fastest and Finest Merchant Ship Afloat, He Says--Many Captains Present --- One hundred and fifty-six guests...
ANATOMY OF A BOAT DECK PORTRAIT Titanica! ANATOMY OF A BOAT DECK PORTRAIT
3rd December 2003
Senan Molony
Mawkish sentimentality or inspired reconstruction, the Titanic art of Fortunino Matania...
New York Times JOHN JACOB ASTOR TO WED DEBUTANTE
16th December 1933
His Engagement to Miss Eileen S. S. Gillespie Announced by Her Parents --- CAME OF AGE IN AUGUST --- Fiancee, Noted in Newport as a Tennis Player, Is From an Old American Family --- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lew...
THE CAVE LIST   THE CAVE LIST

When the...
Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York) SIDNEY COLLETT VICTIM OF HAZERS
12th June 1913
Sidney S.C. Collett May Be Disfigured for Life. WELL KNOWN IN THIS CITY Survivor of the Titanic Disaster Badly Treated by Students at Granville, O., College. Si...
New York Times 1,500 ARE AT FUNERAL FOR MRS. FIERMONTE
2nd April 1940
500 Wait in the Street During Rites at St. Bartholomew's --- Funeral services for Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, who died suddenly on Wednesday in Palm Beach, Fla., were held yesterday in St. Bartholomew's Church. About 1,50...
New York Times MARRIED IN EARLY DECEMBER
5th December 1888
A brilliant and fashionable assemblage gathered at noon yesterday in the Church of the Heavenly Rest, on Fifth-avenue, to witness the marriage of Miss Florence Schieffelin, a daughter of George R. Schieffelin and a great favorite in New-York society,...
New York Times TO HONOR WIRELESS HEROES
1st May 1915
To Dedicate Jack Philips Titanic Memorial Fountain May 12 --- At a meeting yesterday afternoon in the Maritime Exchange, 78 Broad Street, plans were completed for the dedication of the Jack Philips Titanic memorial fountain at the base ...
New York Times PROFANITY AND CULTURE [LETTER TO THE EDITOR]
31st October 1910
To the Editor of The New York Times: Owing to the extensive use of profane and blasphemous language having become so common seemingly among people in all walks of life, many people have be...
New York Times CLERICAL CARPENTER TO MARRY COL. ASTOR
9th September 1911
Rev. Mr. Straight of Providence, R. I., Pauses in Housebuilding to Undertake the Job --- VISITED BY ASTOR LAWYER --- All Arrangements Said to Have Been Made for a Ceremony at Newport---Colonel and Fiancee Sail ---...
New York Times ELLEN TUCK FRENCH IS ENGAGED TO WED
31st May 1934
Betrothal to John Jacob Astor Announced by Mother, Who Denied Report Week Ago --- WEDDING EARLY IN JULY --- Her Fiance's Engagement to Miss Eileen S. S. Gillespie Called Off in January --- Mrs. Livingston Fre...
New York Times SMART HEIRS SEEM NOW TO BE A MYTH
7th January 1913
No Mention of Widely Sought Children in Will of Wealthy Man Lost on Titanic --- HE NEVER SPOKE OF THEM --- His Friends Recall Now After World Search That They Merely Thought That He Had Two --- Two children,...
Worcester Telegram BODY OF CHARLES ASPLUND, TITANIC VICTIM, WILL BE BURIED IN WORCESTER, WITHOUT EXPENSE TO SURVIVING FAMILY
27th April 1912
Subscription papers will be circulated, today and next week in the Slater building, State Mutual building and courthouse, in an effort to raise money for Mrs. Charles Asplund and family left in strained circumstances owing to the loss of Mr. Asplund ...
Kerry Sentinel THE TITANIC'S TRALEE DOCTOR
25th May 1912
FRIENDS TO HONOUR HIS MEMORY Queenstown, Monday. It is a pleasure to know that the many memorials which are to be raised in connection with the Titanic disaster, the popular Irish physician, Dr F N O'Loughlin is not to be forgot...
The Evening Post MASSACHUSETTS VICTIMS OF THE TITANIC TRAGEDY
20th April 1912
George Q Clifford of Stoughton, president of Belcher Last company, Herbert Henry Hilliard of 42 Hichorn street, Brighton Timothy J.,...
Titanic Crew Biography CHARLES S. REED, 2ND CLASS BEDROOM STEWARD
10th December 2011
Peter Northover
New research reveals the identity of a Titanic steward....
New York Times 25 DEAD, 100 HURT IN BIG EXPLOSION AT CEDAR RAPIDS
23rd May 1919
Fire Follows, Causing $1,500,000 Damage to the Douglas Starch Works --- SCORES ARE STILL MISSING --- Company of Soldiers Hold Back Relatives of Workers and Assist Rescuers --- CAUSE REMAINS UNKNOWN --- Windo...
The Times MR. ISMAY AND THE WHITE STAR LINE
1st January 1913
IMPENDING RESIGNATION OF THE CHAIRMANSHIP --- It is now officially announced that Mr. J. Bruce Ismay will retire from the presidency of the International Mercantile Marine Company as from June 30 next, and that he wil...
New York Times TITANIC WRECK ECHO AT HOE LIBRARY SALE
17th April 1912
Harry E. Widener, on Sunk Liner, Expected to Attend Part III. Sessions --- SAW BOOKS BEFORE SAILING --- Caxton "Golden Legend" Bring $3,100---$1,400 Paid for Christopher Columbus's "Epistola? --- "The Golden ...
New York Times COMES FOR $250,000 HE RISKED IN WAR
19th August 1922
Fighting Kept Captain Douglas From Earning $2,500 a Year Prescribed by Will --- BROTHER GETS HIS SHARE --- British Officer on Way to Minneapolis to Lay His Case Before Father's Executor...
New York Times ALEXANDER RICE, EXPLORER, WAS 80
24th July 1956
Physician and Author Dies---Made Trips on the Amazon and Taught Navigation --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R. I, July 23---Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, explorer of the Amazon, author and member of the summe...
The Greenwich News MOORE-GRAHAM
14th June 1914
SUMMER RESIDENTS IN LARGE NUMBERS ATTEND SOCIETY AFFAIR The wedding of Miss Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Graham of New York and Belle Haven, and Eugene Maxwell Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Moore...
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...
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...
Worcester Telegram W.C.PORTERS LETTERS TO WIFE AND PARTNER
17th April 1912
W.C.Porters Letters to Wife and Partner Tells of Pleasant and Successful Trip and of His Anxiety to Hurry Home on the Titanic "I have had a fine trip, enjoyed every minute of it, and have found business prospects ...
Monmouth Daily Atlas COMMON SAILORS HEROES OF TITANIC, SAY SURVIVORS
24th April 1912
Titanic Survivors Say Shrieks of Drowning Hundreds Most Awful Feature of Shipwreck. Saw Ship Slowly Sink After the Explosion of Boilers....
Torquay Times ECHO OF THE TITANIC DISASTER : STRANGE STORY OF MAN WITH TWO NAMES
25th April 1913
There was an echo of the Titanic disaster at the Torquay County Court on Saturday, when Mr E Hutchings made an application under the Workmen’s Compensation Act on behalf of George Barnhouse, an old age pensioner, residing at Arch Row, Stenti...
Titanica! TITANIC: FREEBOARD CONTACT WITH THE BERG
14th December 2014
Eugene Nesmeyanov
Shedding new light on how the collision with the iceberg occurred...
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] ---------- ...
New York Times EXPLORER TO SEEK ORINOCO'S SOURCE
12th August 1924
Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice Is Now at Para With His Wife and Flier Hinton --- VOYAGE TO TAKE 2 YEARS --- Seaplane and Radio Will Be Used to Penetrate Hitherto Uncharted Region --- Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice,...
Daily Sketch HOW CAPTAIN SMITH DIED
30th April 1912
His Last Act was to Save a Child's Life Refused to get into a boat. Of all the wild and irresponsible messages that were sent to this country in the first hours following the sinking of the Titanic the one that caused th...
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BIG NECK NICHOLS? Titanica! WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BIG NECK NICHOLS?
10th July 2015
Brad Payne
Was Titanic's Quartermaster sent below never to return? ...
New York Times CHICAGO'S GLAZERS ACCUSED ON PRICES
11th May 1940
Federal Indictments Charge Industry Joined in Fixing a Common Schedule --- UNION AS THE ENFORCER --- Fifth Action in Investigation of Building Trades Cites Seven Corporations --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES...
Voyage ROSALIND

John P. Eaton
New York, Newfoundland and Halifax Steam Ship Co., Ltd. (C.T. Bowring & Co., Ltd. Managers) Departed St. John’s, Newfoundland 6 April for New York.   On 7 April at 45 degrees 10 ‘ N. by 56 degrees 40&r...
THE BOY IN THE PICTURE Titanica! THE BOY IN THE PICTURE
28th March 2002
Gavin Murphy
The story of Ned Parfett: newsboy, soldier and photographic icon....
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...
New York Times EXPEDITION TO USE PLANES FOR SURVEY
23rd August 1924
Rice's Party, Seeking Source of Amazon and Orinoco Rivers, Adopts New Plan --- The South American expedition led by Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, who is accompanied by Mrs. Rice, formerly Mrs. George D. Widener of Philadelphia, is equipp...
New York Times CRITICISE PASTOR WHO MARRIED ASTOR
11th September 1911
Bought to Do a Nasty Job, Says the Rev. Mr. Richmond, and Others Join Attack --- WEDDING CALLED AN OUTRAGE --- No Conscientious Minister Could Have Performed it, Say Congregational Official---Carpenter-Parson Not Paid...
Concord Journal CAROLINE LAMSON BROWN
28th June 1928
The death of Mrs. John Murray Brown on Tuesday, June 26th, at the Emerson Hospital in Concord, removed from the scene a type of the handsome, accomplished woman who so well represented old New York in the late sixties and seventies of the last centur...
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...
  EDWARD THOMAS STONE FAMILY INFORMATION

Edward Thomas Stone was born in 1882/83 in Shirley, Southampton. He himself quotes his birthplace as Cornwall when signing on Titanic but this appears to be erroneous. (It is currently assumed that he lived there for a while when young). He was the ...
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...
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....
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......
  MARCONIGRAMS SENT AND RECEIVED BY CAPTAIN SMITH ON THE TITANIC

Marconigram to Commander Empress of Britain, 12 April, 1912, which read: Many thanks for your kind message from all here. Smith. Marconigram: 14th April 1912, 12.55pm. Commander Baltic. Thanks for your message and good wishes. Had fine...
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...
ELIZABETH NYE : TITANIC SURVIVOR Titanic Review ELIZABETH NYE : TITANIC SURVIVOR
24th February 2009
Monica Hall
This fondly-written book had a strange overall effect upon me - it almost made me wish I were religious....
The Violinist THE ORCHESTRA ON THE TITANIC
1912
A review of Hume by people who knew him...
THE CHEEK OF WILLIAM WELLER Titanica! THE CHEEK OF WILLIAM WELLER
3rd June 2004
Senan Molony
After the Hawke collision Able Seaman William Clifford Weller was annoyed that he would lose out on wages for the voyage......
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...
Torquay Directory MAN WITH TWO NAMES : TORQUAY PENSIONER AND HIS SAILOR SON
23rd April 1913
Claim For Loss on the “Titanic” At Torquay County Court on Saturday Judge Lush-Wilson arbitrated in an action under the Workman’s Compensation Act by George Barnhouse, of Stentiford’s Hill, T...
Western People THE TITANIC DISASTER (2)
11th May 1912
Moy Salmon
The lamentation, mourning, and woe for the ill-fated Titanic shall rise in hundreds of sorrow-stricken hearts for at least half a century. In a little while and its unparalleled awfulness shall be well nigh forgotten by the world at large --shall be ...
New York Times NEW YORK YACHT CLUB
16th June 1899
New Members Admitted---Models for the Paris Exposition --- The adjourned third general meeting of the New York Yacht Club was held yesterday afternoon in Delmonico's, Beaver Street. The principal business transacted was the election of ...
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....
Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping (1908) SOUTHAMPTON, PORT OF
1908
Southampton, Port of. The Southampton Docks, now owned and managed by the London and South-Western Railway Co., are situated within a perfectly sheltered harbour, and have the unusual natural advantage of double tides, with pract...
MCGOUGH THE KILLER Titanica! MCGOUGH THE KILLER
5th September 2008
Senan Molony
TWO killers roamed the RMS Titanic on her maiden voyage… Not the stuff of lurid pulp adventure, instead actual fact. The two wrongdoers were a fireman and an able bodied seaman. Stoker William Mintra...
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 ---------- ...
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...
ISMAY'S DREAM   ISMAY'S DREAM
29th September 2011
Belfast musician records Titanic themed album...
1911 Census THE SAGE FAMILY IN THE 1911 CENSUS
2nd April 1911
The Sage family in 1911 were living at 246 Gladstone Street, Peterborough. The house had 5 rooms. Name:  John G. Sage Relationship to ...
Titanica! JOHN MONTGOMERY SMART, AN ELUSIVE AND SECRETIVE TITANIC PASSENGER.
6th February 2016
J. Homer Thiel
John Montgomery Smart was born circa 1866 or 1867.  His place of birth is not known, but he was described as being from New York and Boston, Massachusetts in Australian newspaper acc...
NOMADIC Voyage NOMADIC
22nd August 2005
John P. Eaton
One of the two tenders built especially to serve the needs of Olympic and Titanic at Cherbourg. Nomadic and Traffic were registered under the French flag and managed by A. Laniece, later by George A. Laniece. On 10 ...
New York Times GUGGENHEIM-SELIGMAN
25th October 1894
Delmonico?s was the scene of one of the handsomest weddings of the season at 6 o?clock last evening, when Miss Florette Seligman, the youngest daughter of James Seligman, was married to Benjamin Guggenheim, a son of Meyer Guggenheim of 66 West Sevent...
TITANIC'S ROCKETS Titanica! TITANIC'S ROCKETS
15th March 2002
Senan Molony
HOW MANY rockets were fired by the Titanic? "Eight!" It?s one of those facts we have unquestioningly received; an answer that comes automatically from the sam...
New York Times MORGAN FORTUNE NEAR $100,000,000
1st April 1913
Financier Not Possessed of Vast Wealth of Rockefeller or Carnegie --- PUT $60,000,000 IN ART --- Lewis Cass Ledyard, His Counsel, Believed to Have Possession of His Will --- Mr. Morgan, in Wall Street's estimation, wa...
  FREDERICK SHEATH

Brian J. Ticehurst
FREDERICK SHEATH was born in 1892 at number 12 Bell Street, Southampton, the house was a two-up, two-down terraced house with an outside toilet and no garden. Bell Street was situated in the lower, poorer part of town and not f...
Worcester Telegram BODY OF W.C.PORTER REACHES WORCESTER
1912
Identified at Hallifax by Waldo E. Sessions who will have charge of the funeral which will be saturday. The body of Walter C. Porter, 10 Knox street of S. Porter & Co., last manufacturers, 25 Union street who met his death in the Titan...
New York Times CAPT. ROSTRON GUEST OF MRS. J. J. ASTOR
1st June 1912
Rescuer of Titanic Survivors Meets Again Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Cumings --- GOES TO SEE MRS. WIDENER --- With the Crew of the Carpathia He Will Attend Concert for Musicians' Families --- Capt. Arthur Henry Ros...
New York Times FIREMEN OVERCOME BY SMOKE
7th November 1893
Stubborn Fire in the Cellar of 679 Broadway---One Man in the Hospital --- For two hours last evening firemen fought a fire in the sub-cellar of the five-story building 679 Broadway, adjoining the Broadway Central Hotel. Dense, stifling ...
TITANIC DRAMA MINISERIES REVIEWED (ITV - EPISODE 2) Titanic Review TITANIC DRAMA MINISERIES REVIEWED (ITV - EPISODE 2)
2nd April 2012
Monica Hall
Monica Hall casts a critical eye over episode 2 of Julian Fellowes big budget Titanic miniseries....
  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...
SIX SECONDS TO DISASTER - THE DEATH OF TITANIC Titanica! SIX SECONDS TO DISASTER - THE DEATH OF TITANIC
30th December 2011
Jim Currie
As a professional mariner and Marine Accident Investigator, I was irresistibly drawn to the detailed information available concerning the few minutes before Titanic began her death throwes....
THE HERMAN FAMILY Voyage 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...
New York Times TV: LAST HOURS OF TITANIC
29th March 1956
Review...
New York Times FUNERAL OF ISIDOR STRAUS
9th May 1912
The funeral of Isidor Straus, who died in the wreck of the Titanic, was held at noon yesterday at the family residence, an old frame house at 105th Street and Broadway, which is one of the landmarks of early New York. In order to avoid a great outpou...
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 P. A. B. WIDENER HOME; SUBPOENAED AT PIER
10th July 1908
His Famous $500,000 Van Dykes Sent on Six Weeks Ago to Lynwood Hall --- SERVED IN TRACTION SUIT --- Dr. Holland Decorated by Kaiser and Fallieres for Gifts of Carnegie Casts of Diplodocus --- Afte...
Southern Daily Echo HUMAN TRAGEDY OF THE TITANIC
16th February 2002
Neil Hotson
Mrs Saunders, a widow, was walking down Bridge Street in the direction of Southampton Docks railway station. She was carrying her handbag, which contained six shillings. John Dixon was also walking in Bridge Street. He had arrive...
New York Times VINCENT ASTOR AS HEAD OF HIS FAMILY
17th April 1912
Would Probably Share $100,000,000 Estate With Stepmother in Event of His Father's Death --- IS NOT YET 21 YEARS OF AGE --- Settlement of $10,000,000 Upon Col. Astor's First Wife Believed to Comprise His Daughter's Share...
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...
New York Times LORD PIRRIE DIES ON SHIP BOUND HERE
9th June 1924
Head of Harland & Wolff, Shipbuilders, Stricken With Pneumonia --- ON TOUR OF SOUTH AMERICA --- A Leader in the Formation of the International Mercantile Marine --- Viscount Pirrie, head of the famous firm of...
Denver Post WEALTHY COLORADO MINE OWNER DIES
7th September 1922
Page 1 and 3 James Brown, Multi-Millionaire, Once Denverite Gained Riches at Leadville James J. Brown, former Denver multi-millionaire mine owner, who became famous as one of the four original owners of the Ibex or Lit...
THE WIDENERS: AN AMERICAN FAMILY Titanica! THE WIDENERS: AN AMERICAN FAMILY
11th January 2008
David Whitmire
A Biographical Sketch...
The Times FUNERALS---MR. BRUCE ISMAY
22nd October 1937
The funeral service of Mr. Bruce Ismay was held yesterday at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge. The Rev. E. K. C. Hamilton officiated. Members of the family and others present included:---   Mrs. Bruce Ismay, Mr. and Mrs. ...
Titanica! LUCKY 13
27th April 2014
Peter Engberg
Why did only 13 second class men passengers survive the sinking of the Titanic?...
TITANIC SONGBOOK Titanica! TITANIC SONGBOOK
16th April 2012
Monica Hall
Most people, when thinking about music on the Titanic, immediately recall Nearer My God to Thee, which was allegedly played on deck by Wallace Hartley and his band as the great ship sank.  We do not really know if this is...
AT REST - THE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MISS LILLIAN G. ASPLUND   AT REST - THE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MISS LILLIAN G. ASPLUND
10th May 2006
Shelley Dziedzic
The service for Titanic survivor at the Nordgren Memorial Chapel situated on Lincoln Street, Worcester....
New York Times DEATH OF BOYS HELD ACCIDENT BY NORRIS
25th October 1928
Medical Examiner Announces Finding After Iquiry Into Waldman Tragedy --- HEARS SEVEN WITNESSES --- Absolves Police for Moving Bodies and Says Their Inquiry Was Thorough --- WORKER TELLS OF FALL ---...
A RACE THROUGH A NIGHTMARE Titanica! A RACE THROUGH A NIGHTMARE
27th February 2004
Senan Molony
How a shipwreck a suffragette and a scandal settled the 1913 Derby...
New York Times COL. ASTOR'S WIFE SEEKS SEPARATION
27th October 1909
Lawyer Appointed Referee by Justice Mills to Take Testimony in the Case --- GREAT SECRECY ABOUT IT --- Suit Comes Nearly a Year After Mrs. William Astor's Death---Col. Astor Yachting with His Son --- Mrs. Ava...
New York Times J. PIERPONT MORGAN WILL BE 75 YEARS OLD THIS WEEK
14th April 1912
During All That Time He Has Successfully Hidden from the Public His Real Self, Which Combines Diffidence and a Gentleness Very Unlike the Gruff Autocrat Familiar to Wall Street --- Should J. Pierpont Morgan feel moved n...
New York Times THE BIGGEST LINER IS NOW IN PORT
17th May 1907
Adriatic Arrives After a Very Successful Maiden Voyage --- NO JARS ON THE TRIP --- Passengers Give Praise for Smoothness of Voyage on New White Star Liner --- The Adriatic, the biggest of transatlantic ...
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...
Daily Enterprise LINER'S LAST MOMENTS GRAPHICALLY DESCRIBED
20th April 1912
---------- Palmyra Resident, Titantic's [sic] Barber, Tells of Thrilling Experience; Shock on Striking Iceberg was Slight; Saw Officer Shoot Man Who Tried to Climb Into Life Boat; Two Explosions Occurred ---------- August...
AUCTIONING THE WALLACE HARTLEY TITANIC VIOLIN Titanica! AUCTIONING THE WALLACE HARTLEY TITANIC VIOLIN
7th November 2013
Stuart Kelly
Stuart Kelly describes the excitement and tension of the auction of the most valuable Titanic artefact ever sold....
The World Evening Edition (New York) MAURETANIA FORCED TO SLOW BY ICEBERGS IN PATH
19th July 1912
MAURETANIA SLOWS DOWN WHEN WARNED LIKE TITANIC OF ICEBERG IN HER PATH...
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...
North American BARBER THROWN FROM TITANIC AS IT SANK
20th April 1912
Charles Weikman, of Palmyra, N. J., to Quit Sea After 750 Voyages --- HE CLUNG TO WRECKAGE --- A graphic account of the sinking of the Titanic was told yesterday by Charles Weikman, chief barber on the liner, at his home i...
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...
  TITANIC PASSENGER ANNIE HOLD (FAMILY INFORMATION)

Mrs Stephen Hold (Annie Margaret, nee Hill) was born in the fishing village of Porthoustock in Cornwall and baptised at the parish church of St. Keverne on 23 May 1883. She was the daughter of Augusta Lavinia Hill. Annie?s mother was...
  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...
UNLISTED PASSENGERS AND CREW Titanica! 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......
CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC Voyage CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC
6th April 2008
John P. Eaton
Who Redeemeth Thy Life From Destruction...
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. ...
  DESCRIPTION OF RECOVERED BODIES

NO. 1. - MALE. - ESTIMATED AGE. - 10-12....
New York Times MISS MARGARET HAYS WEDS
24th April 1913
One of the Survivors of the Titanic Disaster Marries at St. Thomas's --- St. Thomas's Church at Fifty-third Street and Fifth Avenue was filled to the doors yesterday with guests for the wedding of Dr. Charles D. Easton of Newport, R. I....
Scannell's New Jersey's First Citizens JONATHAN H. BLACKWELL

JONATHAN H. BLACKWELL---Born at Hopewell, Mercer County, December 20. 1841; son of Stephen and Francenia (Hunt) Blackwell; married at Hopewell, N. J., on October 5, 1865, to Susan Weart, daughter of Spencer Weart of Hopewell....
  DR ALFRED PAIN - IN MEMORIAM

IN AFFECTION AND REMEMBRANCE OF A KIND AND A DUTIFUL SON AND NOBLE YOUNG MAN AND IN APPRECIATIVE RECOGNITION OF THE SYMPATHY OF MANY TRUE FRIENDS, THIS LITTLE BOOK IS LOVELY DEDICATED. Alfred Pain was born at Ham...
LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE Titanica! LOOKOUTS : THE HUMAN PERSPECTIVE
30th April 2003
Captain Laurence V. Wade
This paper looks at the role of the lookouts on the Titanic from the eye of an experienced seaman. ...
  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 ...
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, ...
OF RATS AND MEN: TITANIC SURVIVOR 'SLEEPING ROUGH' Titanica! OF RATS AND MEN: TITANIC SURVIVOR 'SLEEPING ROUGH'
10th June 2004
Senan Molony
YESTERDAY IN PARLIAMENT ...
MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT Titanica! MAJOR PEUCHEN'S PREDICAMENT
26th April 2012
Hugh Brewster
Why did this self-made millionaire and leader of men become such a passive figure in a Titanic lifeboat?...
THE HIGHEST EXAMPLE LIFE CAN FURNISH Titanica! THE HIGHEST EXAMPLE LIFE CAN FURNISH
8th June 2013
Michele Albion
Richard Frazar White, Bowdoin College, and the Titanic...
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?...
  MRS ADA E BALL (BALLS) NEE HALL

Marion James
Mrs Ada E BALL (BALLS) nee HALL Ada E HALL married Martin...
BRUCE ISMAY AND THE RING'S TAUNT Titanica! BRUCE ISMAY AND THE RING'S TAUNT
13th January 2001
Senan Molony
As Ismay pushed the brute oar, his eye fell on his ring. The ring inscribed:- Be Mindful....
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 q...
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 ...
Eastbourne Gazette MR. J. WESLEY WOODWARD
24th April 1912
One of the best known among the hero musicians of the Titanic was Mr. J. Wesley Woodward, son of Mrs. Woodward, of The Firs, Windmill Road, Headington, Oxford, who was one of the violoncelle players of the Duke of Devonshire's Eastbourne Orchestra. M...
The New York Times SINKING SHIP'S BAND CHOSE FITTING HYMN
21st April 1912
"Hold Me Up in Mighty Waters," a Suggestive Line in "Autumn" WERE NOTED MUSICIANS Friends of the Titanic's Bandmaster Say He Believed In Music's Power t...
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...
MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED Titanica! MOLLY BROWN: MYSTERY UNRAVELLED
21st July 2002
Daniel Klistorner
The evidence challenges some assumptions on where Molly Brown's stateroom was situated....
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...
New York Times A MAGNIFICENT WEDDING
18th February 1891
JOHN JACOB ASTOR MARRIED TO MISS AVA L. WILLING --- THE CEREMONY TAKES PLACE AT THE HOME OF THE BRIDE'S FATHER IN PHILADELPHIA--HUNDREDS OF NOTABLE NEW-YORKERS PRESENT --- PHILADELPHIA, Penn., Feb. 17---New-Y...
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 Post TITANIC : STORIES OF THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Earliest In The Boats Missed The More Terrible Scenes...
Philadelphia Inquirer J.B. THAYER, 3D, ENDS LIFE IN AUTO
23rd September 1945
John B. Thayer, 3d, financial vice president of the University of Pennsylvania and a member of an old Philadelphia family, who had been reported missing since Wednesday, was found dead, his wrists and throat cut, in a parked automobile near the P....
WALTER FRANCIS FREDERICKS : A BIOGRAPHY Titanica! WALTER FRANCIS FREDERICKS : A BIOGRAPHY
25th September 2009
David William Fredericks
A brief biography of Walter Francis Fredericks (14 Apr 1891 – 30 Jun 1960) with a focus on the events of April 1912 Walter Francis Fredericks’ grandfather was Francis Fredericks – a Naturalised British...
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...
BASTION OF MASCULINITY Titanica! BASTION OF MASCULINITY
23rd June 2015
Stijn Bammens
The Last Enjoyable Hours in the Titanic's First-Class Smoking Room...
Philadelphia Inquirer JOHN B. "JACK" THAYER III:OBITUARY
23rd September 1945
J.B. THAYER, 3D, ENDS LIFE IN AUTO John B. Thayer, 3d, financial vice president of the University of Pennsylvania and a member of an old Philadelphia family, who had been reported missing since Wednesday, was found d...
New York Times GIVE LIGHTHOUSE FOR TITANIC'S DEAD
16th April 1913
Tower on Seamen's Institute Dedicated Before Those Who Created It --- TRIBUTES OF CLERGYMEN --- Light Will Shine for All Lower Harbor, and Time Ball Will Indicate Exact Noon --- With services commemorating th...
War Cry! WAR CRY! THE SALVATION ARMY

Jay Rogers
While women weep as they do now I'll fight! While little children go hungry as they do now I'll fight! While men go to prison, in and out, in and out I'll fight! I'll fight to the very end!  General William Boo...
Trenton Evening Times ROEBLING SAID GOODBYE TO FRIENDS AND THEN PERISHED WITH BLACKWELL, HIS COMPANION
19th April 1912
"You will be back with us on the ship again soon", were the last words of Washington A. Roebling, II, so far as Trenton relatives know. In an interview this morning at the Waldorf-Astoria between Miss Caroline Bonnell and Ferdinand W. Roebling,...
  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...
Town and Country MASTERS OF THE SEA
19th April 1902
A. I. M.
The Personal Side of Some of the Popular Captains of Atlantic Liners "I suppose Captain V— is still in command of the A?" asked a woman, as she was about to engage her passage on one of the fleet trans...
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. ...
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...
St. Ives Times & Express ST. IVES TITANIC VICTIM
31st May 1912
FUNERAL OF MR. W CARBINES The body of Mr. William Carbines, of Nanjivey, St Ives, one of the "Titanic" victims, was brought to St. Ives from Southampton on Monday by the 10:14 a.m. train. It was expected that the remains would have ...
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...
New York Times GRISCOM IS NO LONGER HEAD OF SHIP COMBINE
24th February 1904
J. Bruce Ismay is Chosen for Its President --- FREE HAND FOR THE NEW MAN --- His Predecessor Remains in the Company as Chairman of the Board of Directors---Ismay to Live in New York --- Clement A. Griscom ...
New York Times TRIBUTE TO STRAUS PAID IN SYNAGOGUES
21st April 1912
Family of Philanthropist Who Died on Titanic Present at Temple Beth-El --- SERMONS ON CATASTROPHE --- Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim, Made Widow by Wreck, at Temple Emanu-El---General Services To-day --- Services...
THE MYSTERY OF RHODA ABBOTT REVEALED Voyage THE MYSTERY OF RHODA ABBOTT REVEALED
7th June 2004
Robert L. Bracken
Unravelling a Titanic enigma...
RUBáIYáT REFLECTIONS ON TITANIC Titanica! RUBáIYáT REFLECTIONS ON TITANIC
14th October 2004
Senan Molony
AWAKE! For morning in the bowl of night Has flung the stone that puts the stars to flight? ...
New York Times PEGGY GUGGENHEIM IS DEAD AT 81; KNOWN FOR MODERN ART COLLECTION
24th December 1979
By The Associated Press --- VENICE, Dec. 23 - Peggy Guggenheim, the expatriate American millionaire who amassed one of the world's foremost collections of modern art, died in a hospital outside Venice today, hospital officials said. Sh...
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...
Camden Post-Telegram ISMAY PRAISED BY TITANIC SURVIVOR
15th May 1912
Ship's Head Barber Tells Camden Elks of His Thrilling Experience. --- BLAMES DISASTER ON WIRELESS JEALOUSY --- Bruce Ismay was defended last night by Gus Weikman at the home of Camden Lodge of Elks in Mr. Weikman's recital...
NINETY NINE YEARS AND STILL COUNTING Titanica! NINETY NINE YEARS AND STILL COUNTING
28th April 2011
Jim Currie
Article, using new evidence, re-examines the work of Titanic's navigating oficers in arriving at the erroneous CQD positions and the consequences of the results. ...
RYAN V. OSNC Titanica! RYAN V. OSNC
15th March 2004
Senan Molony
Transcript of Precis Law Report...
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...
A HOLY GRAIL - THE MISSING DEPOSITIONS Titanica! A HOLY GRAIL - THE MISSING DEPOSITIONS
6th May 2004
Senan Molony
THERE is an undiscovered Titanic out there… one that may hold greater meaning than relocated rust at the bottom of the North Atlantic. The lost Titanic arguably resides in 138 crew depositions of the subjecti...
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...
New York Times SMITH CALLED BACK HALF-FILLED BOATS
22nd April 1912
Survivor Says He Heard Command by Veteran Skipper to Take More Aboard --- OTHER TALES CONFLICTING --- Mrs. Emil Taussig Declares Men Were Barred from Boats with Ample Room --- The fact that Capt. Smith realiz...
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL   RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL
10th May 1934
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REPORT INTO THE LOSS OF THE SS TITANIC  -  A CENTENNIAL REAPPRAISAL Titanic Review REPORT INTO THE LOSS OF THE SS TITANIC - A CENTENNIAL REAPPRAISAL
7th December 2011
Monica Hall
A remarkable team of experts shine fresh and detailed light on a century old drama....
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 ...
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...
LOADING THE REAR BOATS Titanica! LOADING THE REAR BOATS
29th May 2008
George Jacub
While working on a major project involving the Titanic, I ran into a snag. I thought I could unravel the problem by examining the order the rear boats were loaded and lowered. The answer helped, though less than I had hoped. But I was sti...
  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...
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 a...
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 Herald LIFEBOATS WOULD HAVE SAVED MORE
19th April 1912
Titanic's Steward, in Giving Story, Says Great Loss of Life Was Due to Their Absence --- SHIP'S ENGINEER, CAUGHT IN DOOR, BEGS TO BE SHOT TO END AGONY --- New York, April 18---The following statement made to-day by Alfred ...
DEFENDING FLEET AND LEE Titanica! DEFENDING FLEET AND LEE
14th January 2009
Richard Krebes
The iceberg that doomed the Titanic and 1,523 people to die left a gash of about 300 feet in the ship’s side from beneath the stem of her bow to the boiler room number 6. The 1997 film that took her name as it’s title go...
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...
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 ...
ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE Voyage ON TITANIC'S BRIDGE
23rd May 2013
Art Braunschweiger
Author’s note: The story of Titanic’s sinking revolves around what took place on the navigation bridge, yet many people are not entirely clear on how it functioned, what the duties of the officers and crew were, and exactly who ...
ROSTRON'S MONSTER Titanica! ROSTRON'S MONSTER
16th December 2010
Senan Molony
Sir Arthur Henry Rostron was a lifelong believer in the existence of sea serpents and other forms of cryptozoology......
WHY A LOW ANGLE BREAK? Titanica! WHY A LOW ANGLE BREAK?
23rd October 2008
Samuel Halpern
In the James Cameron film "Titanic," we all saw the stern of the ship rise up in the air and take on a relatively steep angle as the bow of the ship sank deeper and deeper into the water. Suddenly, the hull split and the stern came...
RUSSIANS TO THE RESCUE –- ICEFIELD DESCRIBED Daily Telegraph RUSSIANS TO THE RESCUE –- ICEFIELD DESCRIBED
25th April 1912
Charles E. Walters
SS. Birma (off Dover), Monday, April 22. We left New York in the Birma, of the Russian East Asiatic Com­pany, on Thursday afternoon, the 11th inst., bound for Rotterdam and Libau (Russia), in s...
ASQUITH AND THE CONSPIRACY TO SINK TITANIC Titanica! ASQUITH AND THE CONSPIRACY TO SINK TITANIC
9th July 2004
Senan Molony
“The architect, the owner, and the Captain were partners in an infamous conspiracy to repair their desperate fortunes by sinking the ship and sharing the insurance money.” ...
LIFE'S DECOR: A BIOGRAPHY OF HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE Titanica! LIFE'S DECOR: A BIOGRAPHY OF HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
23rd December 2005
Randy Bryan Bigham
?When beauty assails, reason has no part.? ?? HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE ...
THE UNFORTUNATE TALE OF LITTLE WALTEE Titanica! THE UNFORTUNATE TALE OF LITTLE WALTEE
4th August 2012
Dave Fredericks
Dave Fredericks explores the tragic story of Little Waltee, the four-year-old son of Titanic Trimmer Walter Fredericks....
THE TRIALS OF ELOISE HUGHES SMITH Titanica! THE TRIALS OF ELOISE HUGHES SMITH
25th July 2015
Brandon Whited
The only woman in the world who in just a year's time made her debut, got engaged, married, survived the Titanic, became a widow, and then a mother...
ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD Titanica! ICEBERG RIGHT AHEAD
29th April 2006
Samuel Halpern
We all know the story how lookout Frederick Fleet had sighted an iceberg at about 11:40 PM on April 14th 1912, went to the lookout bell and struck it 3 times to indicate that something was seen ahead, and then went to the telephone a...
SEARCHING FOR KIRKLAND Voyage SEARCHING FOR KIRKLAND
15th February 2006
Robert L. Bracken
Charles Leonard Kirkl...
New York Times JOHN JACOB ASTOR WEDS ELLEN FRENCH
1st July 1934
Notables Fill Newport Church for Ceremony Climaxing Weeks of Social Activity --- ONLOOKERS PACK STREETS --- Crowd Delays Both Bride and Bridegroom---Astor's Mother Sits in a Front Pew --- By RUSSELL B. PORTER...
OLYMPIC AND TITANIC : MAIDEN VOYAGE MYSTERIES Voyage OLYMPIC AND TITANIC : MAIDEN VOYAGE MYSTERIES
29th April 2007
Mark Chirnside and Sam Halpern
ROUTES ACROSS THE ATLANTIC The new White Star liner Olympic, the first of three gigantic liners ordered by the White Star Line for the highly competitive transatlantic service, was launched from the Queen’s Island ya...
12.45AM - A TIME TO GO! Titanica! 12.45AM - A TIME TO GO!
10th March 2008
Senan Molony
WHAT time did the first lifeboat depart the Titanic? Many will immediately offer: ‘12.45am.’ But thi...
New York Times VINCENT ASTOR DIES IN HIS HOME AT 67
4th February 1959
Vincent Astor, millionaire real estate owner and head of the American branch of the famous family, died yesterday in his apartment at 120 East End Avenue. Mr. Astor, who was 67 years old, succumbed to a heart attack at 1 A. M. A spokes...
ROCKETS, LIFEBOATS, AND TIME CHANGES Titanica! ROCKETS, LIFEBOATS, AND TIME CHANGES
4th March 2010
Samuel Halpern
A FLASH OF LIGHT IN THE SKY  The story of what took place on the tramp steamer Californian the night of April 14, 1912, is one of those tales that cause some ...
George Jacub AN EXPERIMENT UNVEILS THE TIMING OF THE AFT PORT BOATS
15th July 2011
I didn't know whether to cheer or to cringe. Having completed my research into the timing of the first lifeboats to leave the sinking Titanic, plus the last boats and half...
JOHN EDWARD HART: DUBIOUS HERO Titanica! JOHN EDWARD HART: DUBIOUS HERO
26th January 2001
David Gleicher
Was Hart really a hero?...
Awake I SURVIVED THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC
1981
Elias Nicola-Yarred
IT BEGAN while I was visiting my elderly parents and uncle in , Florida. This was shortly before my uncle died a few months ago. As usual, we went to the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesse...
DEFENDING ERNEST GILL Titanica! DEFENDING ERNEST GILL
15th November 2008
Richard Krebes
One night in 1994, at the tender age of 14, I sat glued to the TV watching the superb A&E documentary about the Titanic disaster. Having read and heard little of the Lordite claims about the SS Californian, however, save ...
THE REAL JACK DAWSON Titanica! THE REAL JACK DAWSON
11th March 2001
Senan Molony
Jack Dawson was a fictional character but new research reveals fascinating insights into his namesake - one of the most intriguing of Titanic victims....
Titanica! THE TITANIC'S STOKERS PROVIDE THE KEY TO LAUNCH TIMES OF THE MIDDLE BOATS
18th July 2011
George Jacub
The timing of the middle boats : the Mount Everest of challenges for Titanic researchers....
TITANIC CITATION CATALOG Titanica! 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...
Titanica! ERNEST GILL IN AUSTRALIA
29th July 2009
Senan Molony
Judiciously, Ernest Gill journeyed to Australia. The former Californian crewman, a profiteer from the Titanic disaster, plied his seafaring trade Down Under in years thereafter. A do...
STARBOARD AT MIDNIGHT, THE STORY OF SURVIVORS KARL BEHR AND HELEN NEWSOM Titanic Review STARBOARD AT MIDNIGHT, THE STORY OF SURVIVORS KARL BEHR AND HELEN NEWSOM
24th October 2011
Randy Bryan Bigham
Love at the helm: New Titanic title blends romance and history....
WHEN ANIMALS TRAVELLED FIRST CLASS Voyage WHEN ANIMALS TRAVELLED FIRST CLASS
10th November 2006
Charles A. Haas
Today’s newscasts often feature airline passengers discussing their “being treated just like cattle.” In the late 19th Century, Britain’s White Star Line took the meaning of that phrase to new heights. While we recall th...
LIFEBOATS EXTINGUISHED THEIR LIGHTS! Titanica! 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....
FACE TO BAREFACE LIAR! Titanica! FACE TO BAREFACE LIAR!
16th January 2012
Senan Molony
A steerage Titanic survivor confronted his own impostor in 1912...
RMS TITANIC: THE FUNERALS, MEMORIALS AND LEGACY OF THE LOST PASSENGERS AND HER CREW Titanica! RMS TITANIC: THE FUNERALS, MEMORIALS AND LEGACY OF THE LOST PASSENGERS AND HER CREW
9th March 2007
Brandon C. Holm
Titanic, a word that conveys a history and numerous amounts of thoughts, ideas. The American Heritage Dictionary, Fourth Edition defines titanic as, “of enormous scope, power, or influence.”1 The origin of the word ...
THE FLEECING OF HUGH WOOLNER Titanica! THE FLEECING OF HUGH WOOLNER
4th February 2007
Senan Molony
Thomas Woolner...
Titanica! TITANIC : TIME ALTERED
2nd June 2010
David G. Brown
Nothing is more confusing about Titanic than understanding the time at which events took place....
Titanica! HARD A STARBOARD
31st January 2015
Jim Currie
Another look at that hard right turn......
A LAST BRIGHT SHINING LIE Titanica! A LAST BRIGHT SHINING LIE
24th August 2004
Senan Molony
THEY died, to a man, at their posts; fighting to give the opportunity of life to others until walls of water overcame them. Bunkum. The last lie of Titanic's extensiv...
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 ...
  THE TITANIC : OUR STORY
1912
M. E. S. and E. M. E.
SUNDAY morning, April 14, 1912, was a beautiful clear day, high wind and cold. Elizabeth and I wrote letters before service, remarking at the service that they did not sing the hymn "For Those in Peril On the Sea." Then read the chart an...
LOADED AND THE TRAMP Titanica! LOADED AND THE TRAMP
15th June 2006
Senan Molony
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  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...
THE CALIFORNIAN INCIDENT, A REALITY CHECK Titanica! THE CALIFORNIAN INCIDENT, A REALITY CHECK
8th November 2001
Tracy Smith, Michael H. Standart & Captain Erik D. Wood
Could Captain Lord and the Californian have done more to save the passengers and crew of the Titanic....
LET THE RECORD SPEAK FOR ITSELF! ET Comment LET THE RECORD SPEAK FOR ITSELF!
7th December 2006
Senan Molony
THERE is an old adage that the argument is not always about ?what the argument is about.? This is a case in point. Three commentators of common interest have decided to fight the validity of Hugh Woolner?s evidence to the US Titan...
Titanica! HARLAND & WOLFF AND THE PARTITION OF ULSTER
3rd September 2011
Glenn Simpson
Harland and Wolff is at the symbolic forefront of Ulster's identity, its economic importance pivotal in explaining what gave Ulster Unionists political leverage during the Home rule question. To accurately portray Harland & Wolff’...
  TITANIC
1912
Filson Young
The classic text of Titanic by Filson Young...
DEATH OF A PURSER Titanic Review DEATH OF A PURSER
5th January 2012
Stanley C. Jenkins
Review of the new biography of Hugh McElroy, the Chief Purser of RMS Titanic:...
LORD MERSEY -— OBITER DICTA Titanica! LORD MERSEY -— OBITER DICTA
13th March 2005
Senan Molony
HERBERT Henry Asquith, British Prime Minister, told the House of Commons at the beginning of May 1912 that the Court of Inquiry to be presided over by Lord Mersey would afford ?the best means of arriving at a conclusion...
Hampshire Advertiser THE SOUTHAMPTON WIFE MURDER TRIAL
22nd November 1902
At the Hampshire assizes yesterday, before Mr Justice Wright. William Mintram, 38, mariner, was indicted for feloniously, wilfully, and of malice aforethought, killing murdering ELIZA May Mintram at Southampton on 18th October....
SPEED AND REVOLUTIONS Titanica! SPEED AND REVOLUTIONS
18th September 2007
Samuel Halpern
"We were working out a slip table, and we had not quite finished when she went down. All of us were on, working out a slip table, how many turns of the engine it would require to do so many knots; and all this, and it tapered down." -...
ICEBERG AT THE GOLDEN GATE Titanica! ICEBERG AT THE GOLDEN GATE
12th February 2002
A Perspective on the Life of Dr. Washington Dodge...
  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...
IMPACT OF TITANIC UPON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW Titanica! 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...
PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE Titanica! PIECING TOGETHER A TITANIC PUZZLE
21st August 2014
Mike Poirier
The Complex case of Mrs. Cassebeer. Court documents reveal tempestuous marriage....
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?...
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......
WILLIAM LOGAN GWINN: LETTERS TO FLORENCE Titanica! WILLIAM LOGAN GWINN: LETTERS TO FLORENCE
29th March 2012
Ted Robinson
A unique collection of letters and postcards sheds light on the domestic life of one the RMS Titanic's Sea Post Clerk William Logan Gwinn....
THE FATAL JOURNEY OF THIRD CLASS MEN ON THE TITANIC Titanica! THE FATAL JOURNEY OF THIRD CLASS MEN ON THE TITANIC
3rd July 2001
David Gleicher
Was survival or loss determined the Titanic's design?...
HARD A-STARBOARD Titanica! HARD A-STARBOARD
12th February 2002
Nathan Robison
Reconsidering Titanic’s Encounter with the Iceberg...
  CHARLES HERBERT LIGHTOLLER
13th June 2005
Pat Winship
Lightoller biography...