WHITE STAR LINE

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THE WHITE STAR   THE WHITE STAR

White Star Line cast brass five pointed star removed from the White Star office in Liverpool. 26ins....
WHITE STAR LINE OFFICES IN PARIS   WHITE STAR LINE OFFICES IN PARIS
17th January 1912
9, rue Scribe...
THE TITANIC & THE BATTLE FOR THE HIGH SEAS: CUNARD V. WHITE STAR LINE Titanic Stories THE TITANIC & THE BATTLE FOR THE HIGH SEAS: CUNARD V. WHITE STAR LINE
16th May 2011
White Star Line and Cunard compete for passenger trade across the Atlantic....
  SS NOMADIC THE LAST WHITE STAR LINE SHIP

Telling the story of the White Star Line tender SS Nomadic as she is brought to Belfast for restoration....
New York Times J. BRUCE ISMAY RETURNS TO ENGLAND
19th September 1901
J. Bruce Ismay, one of the owners of the White Star Line of steamships, and Hon. W. J. Pirrie of the shipbuilding firm of Harland & Wolff of Belfast, the builders of the White Star steamers, who recently came over on the C...
New-York Tribune MORGAN COMING ON OLYMPIC
20th July 1912
Gives Boost to Line Whose Titanic Went to the Bottom --- J. P. Morgan, who organized the International Mercantile Marine Company, is giving a moral boost to the White Star Line, whose steamship Titanic went to ...
Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping (1908) ISMAY, JAMES [SIC] BRUCE
1908
Ismay, James [sic] Bruce (b. Liverpool, 1862). President and Managing Director of the International Mercantile Marine Co. Educated Harrow, and on leaving school entered the office of Messrs. Ismay, Imrie and Co. (White Star Line). After se...
Chicago Inter Ocean CHICAGOAN CREATES SCENE IN OFFICES OF THE WHITE STAR LINE
19th April 1912
Special Dispatch to the Inter Ocean New York, April 18—Late this afternoon John Gillespie of Chicago, accompanied by a friend, entered the offices of the White Star line. His voice rang through the big rooms as he demanded informati...
WHITE STAR LINE KNIFE AND FORK   WHITE STAR LINE KNIFE AND FORK

A knife and fork stamped with the White Star Line motif similar to ones used on the Titanic...
New York Times REWARD CARPATHIA'S CREW
11th June 1912
White Star Line Makes Gifts---Cunard to Claim No Damages --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, June 10---The White Star Line has announced that the Cunard Company has acceded to ...
WHITE STAR LINE LIVERPOOL OFFICES TO BE LUXURY HOTEL Titanic News WHITE STAR LINE LIVERPOOL OFFICES TO BE LUXURY HOTEL
30th August 2013
Philip Hind
Albion House, former headquarters of the White Star Line is to be converted into a luxury Titanic-themed Hotel....
WHITE STAR LINE TENDER GALLIC, CHERBOURG   WHITE STAR LINE TENDER GALLIC, CHERBOURG
1910
The GALLIC was the White Star Line's first tender in Cherbourg. It was replaced in 1911 by the NOMADIC and the TRAFFIC, which better fitted the new giant liners OLYMPIC and TITANIC...
BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF TRAFALGAR SQUARE AND ENVIRONS   BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF TRAFALGAR SQUARE AND ENVIRONS

An early 20th century postard aerial view of Trafalgar square with some Titanic and White Star Line landmarks....
BROCHURE SAVED FROM THE TITANIC BY MME LAROCHE   BROCHURE SAVED FROM THE TITANIC BY MME LAROCHE
1911
Mme Laroche saved a White Star Line brochure from the sinking. This 32 page document contained many pieces of information for second class passengers. From the notes on the cover: 'Nicholas Martin, 9, rue Scribe, Paris', it seems that this brochure w...
WHITE STAR MEMORIES   WHITE STAR MEMORIES

WSM houses the largest and finest collection of White Star Line artefacts & memorabilia in Europe and specialise in the 'Olympic' class liners; "Olympic", "Titanic" & "Britannic". ...
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WHITE STAR LINE, LIVERPOOL   WHITE STAR LINE, LIVERPOOL

Postcard...
  1920S WHITE STAR LINE FILM

1920s White Star Line promotional film. VIews include, the reading and writing room; the bugler calling diners to dinner; dinner in the first class dining room; relaxing in the reception room; a passenger in a first class stateroom receives visitors....
GENUINE WHITE STAR LINE ENVELOPE SAVED BY MME LAROCHE   GENUINE WHITE STAR LINE ENVELOPE SAVED BY MME LAROCHE
1912
Mme Laroche saved this 'second class' envelope in a pocket of the coat her husband Joseph put on her shoulders minutes before leaving the Titanic. This envelope had contained the passage tickets bought at the Paris offices of the White Star Line, at ...
WHITE STAR OFFICES AT 9 RUE SCRIBE, PARIS   WHITE STAR OFFICES AT 9 RUE SCRIBE, PARIS
1912
The White Star offices were situated just in front of the Opera in Paris, at 9, rue Scribe. The offices now houses... Olympic Airline's offices....
Le Petit Journal AN ANGUISHED SISTER
20th April 1912
Melle Leroy, a maid from Bouvigny-Boyefles (Pas-de-Calais), recently received from her sister who is a chambermaid to the Douglases, a postcard telling her that she was sailing with her employers for New-York. Two days after she received the p...
RMS TITANIC AUCTION ANNOUNCED FOR APRIL 2010 Henry Aldridge and Son RMS TITANIC AUCTION ANNOUNCED FOR APRIL 2010
16th March 2010
Titanic and White Star Line specialists Henry Aldrige and Son have announced their next auction of Titanic, White Star Line and Ocean Liner Memorabilia. Selected lots will be available to view at the Titanic Made in Belfast Exhibition in Belfast April 3rd to April 11th....
The Washington Times WHITE STAR OFFICIALS SCOUT SEEING OF SMITH
22nd July 1912
LONDON, July 22---The White Star management had no information today concerning the reported reappearance of Captain Smith, of the Titanic, an old shipmate of whom said he saw him on the street in Baltimore last Friday. ...
Le Journal de Genève THE KINK FAMILY
21st April 1912
Newspaper article...
TITANIC CUTLERY RECREATED   TITANIC CUTLERY RECREATED
30th August 2011
Arthur Price & Co. were one of the suppliers of premium quality flatware to the luxury dining sections on board the Titanic and other ships in the White Star Line fleet. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Titanic's launch, Arthur Price have recreated the Panel Reed Sterling Silver cutlery used onboard. Each knife features the ship owner, White Star Line's famous logo on its blade, as originally supplied....
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New York Times ROUSED BY WHITE STAR LINE
10th January 1907
Liverpool and Queenstown Protest Against Change to Southampton --- LIVERPOOL, Jan. 9---Because of the strong feeling aroused locally by the statement that the White Star Line purposed to divert its steamers to Southampt...
CONTENTED COWS Breeder’s Gazette CONTENTED COWS
1891
This 1891 illustration from the Breeder’s Gazette shows how cattle were carried aboard the White Star freighters as truly contented cows....
FORCED TO SIGN, SHE SAYS Toronto Daily Star FORCED TO SIGN, SHE SAYS
25th April 1912
newspaper cutting...
The Times FIRST CLASS PASSENGER NUMBERS
26th January 1912
21,600 carried First Class by White Star in 1911...
New York Times IRISH M. P.'S PROTEST
8th March 1907
Want White Star Liners to Continue Calling at Queenstown --- LONDON, March 7---The Postmaster General, Mr. Buxton, to-day received an influential deputation of Irish members of Parliament and representatives of the com...
Camden Post-Telegram MR. SUTTON'S BODY SURELY ON THE MORGUE SHIP
29th April 1912
White Star Line Confirms Report That Mackay-Bennett Has Corpse of Haddonfield Resident --- WRECKAGE SEEN BY ANOTHER STEAMER --- By United Press Wire NEW YORK, April 29---The White Star Line announced to-day that it ...
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...
The Times ECHO OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
10th February 1914
Action in the French courts Nice, February 9th (1914). An action against the White Star Line arising out of the loss of the Titanic began today before the Civil Court here. The Plaintiff, Mme Navr...
New-York Tribune BRUCE ISMAY RESIGNS AS HEAD OF WHITE STAR
1st January 1913
Long Expected Action Officially Announcd, [sic] but Will Not Go Into Effect Until June 30 Next ---...
The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City SALT LAKE MOTHER MAY SUE WHITE STAR
4th May 1912
Says Steamship Line Must Send Her Son's Body Home --- VICTIM OF THE TITANIC --- Mother Objects to Burial in Halifax, Announced Purpose of Company --- Unless the White Star Line company carries...
Rockford Register Gazette COUSIN OF DR. O'LOUGHLIN
16th April 1912
Myron McSweeney of the Rockford Life Insurance Company office force was a near relative of Dr. W. F. N. O'Loughlin, chief surgeon of the Titanic.  Dr. O'Loughlin was the dean of the medical staff of the White Star Line.  As he...
New York Times [WHITE STAR'S FIRST SAILING FROM SOUTHAMPTON]
6th June 1907
SOUTHAMPTON, June 5---The White Star Line steamer Adriatic, which sailed from here at about 1 o'clock this afternoon for New York on her first Western trip from Southampton, was given an enthusiastic send-off, many craft crowd...
POSTCARD OF WHITE STAR LINE TENDER GALLIC AT CHERBOURG   POSTCARD OF WHITE STAR LINE TENDER GALLIC AT CHERBOURG
1910
Broad view of the White Star tender GALLIC in Cherbourg. The GALLIC was replaced in June 1911 by the NOMADIC and the TRAFFIC ...
Chicago Daily Journal I'M STARVED WAS ISMAY'S FIRST WORD
19th April 1912
"For God's sake get me something to eat. I'm starved. I don't care what it costs or what it is, bring it to me."...
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....
New York Times MORE TITANIC CLAIMS FILED
13th September 1913
Belgian Consul Asks $46,250 for Lost Natives of His Country --- More claims against the White Star Line for damages inflicted by the wreck of the Titanic were received yesterday in the Federal District Court here. Pierre Mali, Belgian C...
The Times WHITE STAR OFFICERS' PAY AND CONDITIONS IMPROVED
4th April 1913
Article...
RACEHORSES TRANSPORTED BY WHITE STAR STEAMER Breeder’s Gazette RACEHORSES TRANSPORTED BY WHITE STAR STEAMER
March 1893
Thoroughbred racehorses were frequently passengers aboard the White Star livestock carriers. This illustration, “from a photograph taken on board a White Star steamship,” appeared in the Breeder’s Gazette in March 1893....
The Sun (New York) SKIPPERS OF NEW GIANTS
2nd December 1910
Capt. Haddock to Have the Olympic and Hears of It by Wireless --- The White Star liner Majestic in on Wednesday night, swapped wireless sentiments at sea on Wednesday afternoon with her big sister, the Oceanic, b...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (2)
17th April 1912
Among those on board the Titanic was a son of Mrs Parsons of Bronshill Road, Torquay. Mr Edward Parsons had been in the service of the White Star Line practically all his life and has a wife and five children at Southampton. He was visiting his mot...
New York Times J. BRUCE ISMAY, 74, TITANIC SURVIVOR
19th October 1937
Ex-Head of White Star Line Who Retired After Sea Tragedy Dies in London --- LONDON, Oct. 18 (AP)---Joseph Bruce Ismay, former chairman of the White Star Line and a survivor of the Titanic disaster in 1912, died here last night. He was 7...
New York Times ADRIATIC'S MAIDEN VOYAGE
9th May 1907
Great New White Star Liner Leaves Liverpool for New York --- LIVERPOOL, May 8---The White Star Line steamer Adriatic left here to-day for New York. The Adriatic was launched at Belfast last September. She has an...
New York Times CHANGE IN COMMODORES
6th June 1911
Capt. Haddock to Head White Star Line at Increased Pay --- Capt. E. J. Smith, R. N. R., the Commodore of the White Star Line, who is to command the new mammoth liner Olympic, will retire at the end of the present year, it is understoo...
  INFORMATION FROM THE WILLIAM SALT LIBRARY, STAFFORD

Hodgkinson, Leonard. Engineer. Stoke man educated at St. Thomas's School, Stoke. With White Star for several years. WAS forty-six years of age and his birthplace Liverpool. His apprenticeship was served with Messrs. Hartley, Armour and Fanning...
New York Times THOMAS HENRY ISMAY DEAD
24th November 1899
Founder and Chairman of Board of Directors of White Star Line---Gave £20,000 for Poor Sailors --- LIVERPOOL, Nov. 23---Thomas Henry Ismay, the founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the White Star Line Steamship Company, die...
Southport Visitor MR. JAMES WALPOLE
18th April 1912
As stated in Tuesdays Visitor among the crew of the ill fated liner was Mr. James Walpole, brother of Mr. Horace Walpole, of 17 Line-street, Southport and brother-in-law of the late Mr. W. E. Browne. A native of Southport...
The Daily Banner RESCUED FROM THE SINKING TITANIC WAS CHARLES BURGESS
19th April 1912
Nephew of Mrs. Brining Of This City A Telegram Received Here from White Star Line The following telegram was received from New York shortly before noon today: ...
The Times T. ISMAY CONTRIBUTES TO PIRRIE HOSPITAL FUND
17th December 1896
BELFAST, DEC 16 Much gratification is expressed in Belfast with regard to a letter received by the Lord Mayor, who is a partner in the large shipbuilding firm of Harland and Wolff, from Mr. Thom...
  LIGHTOLLER RESIGNS
14th February 1920
Lightoller officially resigned from the White Star Line on 14 February 1920. ...
The Evening Telegram HAD SIXTEEN LIFEBOATS
16th April 1912
peaking about the lifeboat equipment of the Titanic, Mr. H. G. Thorley, the Toronto agent of the White Star Line, said the steamer had eight boats of the most modern character...
New-York Tribune OLYMPIC TO BE DRIVEN IN PART BY OIL FUEL
10th December 1912
--- White Star Line Announces Decision---Combustible To Be Carried Between Shells --- (By Cable to The Tribune) --- London, Dec. 10---The White Star company has taken an important step in...
  ORPHEUS : MUSIC PLAYED ON THE TITANIC
1912
Orpheus is listed in the White Star Line repertoire in 1912 and is very likely to have been played on the Titanic...
BUTTER PAT   BUTTER PAT

White Star Line Butter Pat...
  CONTEMPORARY OBITUARY : HENRY WILDE
1912
THE appalling disaster to the Titanic has taken away, in the person of Lieut, H. T. Wilde, RNR, one of the most promising officers serving with the White Star Line. Lieut. Wilde, who was chief officer of the Titanic, commenced his sea career in the s...
Brooklyn Daily Times LONG ISLANDERS WHO WERE ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
Some Whose Names Are Not on the List of the Saved --- GREENPORT, April 17---All Greenport is fearful that James V. Drew and Marshall, the 5-year-old son of William J. Drew, brother and partner of James Drew, are among the Titani...
New York Times NOT BOATS ENOUGH (SAYS MRS. GUGGENHEIM)
17th April 1912
Many inquiries were made at the (White Star Line)office during the day about Benjamin Guggenheim, but no hopeful reply could be given as Mr. Guggenheim's name was not included in any of the lists of survivors received. About 10 o'clock...
Unidentified Newspaper MINIA GIVES UP SEARCH FOR BODIES
May 1912
The Western Union Steamer Minia, which has been searching the scene of the Titanic wreck for bodies is returning to Halifax with fifteen bodies, all that could be found...
Chicago Tribune ALGERINE PICKS UP ONE TITANIC VICTIM
8th June 1912
Unidentified Remains of Wreck Victim Brought to St. Johns by Steamer Algerine S...
The San Francisco Call GOING HOME TO ENGLAND
22nd June 1905
J. Blair, second officer of the White Star liner Doric, has been detached at his own request and ordered home to England, where he will be assigned for duty on one of the company's other and larger...
Salford City Reporter MR. ARTHUR GEE
16th May 1912
A wireless message from the Mackay Bennett published by the White Star Line in New York shows that among the bodies recovered and identified is that of Mr. Arthur Gee (who is well known at the Height) of St Annes....
WHITE STAR LINE CUTLERY   WHITE STAR LINE CUTLERY
1987
Cutlery salvaged from the Titanic in 1987 ...
MEDICAL KIT   MEDICAL KIT

White Star Line medical instruments, in a leather case....
Washington Post OWNER WHO FLED STRICKEN TITANIC DIES AS RECLUSE
18th October 1937
London, Oct. 18 (Monday).—Joseph Bruce Ismay, 74 years old, former owner of the White Star Line and former president of the International Mercantile Marine Co., who survived the Titanic disaster, d...
Washington Herald ISMAY OUTLINES VIEW OF WRECK
19th April 1912
Head of White Star Line, Under Guard, Makes First Statement --- New York, April 18---Mr. J. Bruce Ismay left the ship at about 11:15 o’clock to-night and went to the rear of the dock where the offices of the Cunard Line are located. H...
  BIOGRAPHY - FROM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS MAGAZINE 1912
1912
THE Commander of the Titanic Captain Edward J. Smith, Royal Naval Reserve, (widely know as E.J. by all passengers and crew) was very well known and was one of the most popular masters in the Atlantic service. He was in command of the Olympic, and her...
Providence Journal STEAD'S BROTHER INDIGNANT-ASKS WHAT RIGHT ISMAY SAVED FROM WRECK
20th April 1912
London, April 20, 1912- Alfred Stead, brother of William T. Stead who went down with the Titanic is thoroughly aroused over the circumstances under which so many persons went to their doom in the waters of the north Atlantic. He said yesterday: "Spe...
Worcester Telegram REPORT FUTRELLE SAFE
18th April 1912
By The Associated Press
London Hears Boston Author Is on Board Carpathia. London, April 17.-The list of survivors of the Titanic disaster as given out by the White Star line offices, contains the names of both Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Futrelle, Boston. Previous l...
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 am...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (6)
1912
An Exonian on board was Mr Harry Dyer, second son of Q.M.S. Dyer and Mrs Dyer of Mount Pleasant Road, Exeter. A smart young fellow, 25 years of age, he was fourth engineer, having transferred from the Olympic. He was in Exeter for a short holiday a...
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...
New-York Tribune TO REPAIR THE OLYMPIC

Big White Star Boat Going Into Drydock at Belfast --- When the White Star steamship Olympic sailed yesterday morning it was announced that she would land her passengers at Plymouth and proceed direct to Belfast f...
The Shipwrecked Mariner Quarterly Maritime Magazine (1882) SHIPBUILDING IN IRELAND

SHIPBUILDING IN IRELAND.-Whatever may be said of other branches of Irish industry, its shipbuilding may, it would appear, compare not unfavourably with that of any other part of the kingdom. The Clyde claims pre-eminence, but Mes...
New York Times BIGGER THAN THE LUSITANIA
12th September 1907
White Star Line Decides to Build Vessel---Speed to be 22 Knots --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Sept. 11---A Belfast correspondent telegraphs that Harland & Wolff have officially admitted that the...
The Sun (New York) THE KELLYS ARE HERE
30th June 1912
Mother, Widowed by Titanic Disaster, Comes Here With 5 Children --- In the steerage of the White Star liner Baltic, which arrived yesterday, came Mrs. Katy Kelly and her family of five. The family is Katy, 18 years...
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1920)   OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1920)

White Star Line Triple Screw S.S. "Olympic" 46,439 tons Largest oil burning steamer 882½ feet long...
Unidentified Newspaper ISMAY SAILS FOR ENGLAND
May 1912
J. Bruce Ismay, president of the International Mercantile Marine, sailed for his home in England today on the White Star liner Adriatic....
Warwick Examiner and Times THE TITANIC : THE HEROINE OF THE SHIPWRECK
15th September 1913
Mrs Gold was a stewardess of the vessel, and had been in the White Star service for 10 years. Previous to being on the Titanic, Mrs Gold was on the Olympic and experienced the collision between the li...
The Sun (New York) WHITE STAR WHITEWASHED
1st August 1912
Such is German Comment on the Mersey Report --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- BERLIN, July 31---The Neuste Nachrichten commenting on the report of the British commission which has been in...
L'Eclaireur de Nice et du Sud-Ouest MRS. SCHABERT, MR. MOCK, MR. AND MRS. L.P. SMITH, MR. STEWART
18th April 1912
FROM NICE On board the Titanic were Mrs. Paul Schabert (American) and Mr. Phil E. Mock, who bought their tickets from the White Star Line agency in Nice and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Smith who booked their passage from Monte-Carlo. Mr....
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (8)

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 toget...
New York Times CAPT. JOHN W. BINKS OF WHITE STAR DIES
6th February 1939
Retired Skipper of Olympic Served in the British Navy During the World War --- SPENT 45 YEARS AT SEA --- Commander of Leviathan and Majestic on Last Voyages They Ever Made --- News was received yesterd...
New York Times PRESIDENT TAFT STUNNED
16th April 1912
Wires White Star Line for News of Major Butt --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 15---President Taft did not know of the sinking of the Titanic or of the danger of his old friend, Major Archibald Butt, ...
The Mathews Journal (Mathews Court House, Virginia) DOUBT STORY OF CAPTAIN PRYAL
1st August 1912
WHITE STAR MANAGEMENT DO NOT BELIEVE HE MET WITH CAPTAIN SMITH --- LONDON, Special---The story told by Captain Peter Pryal, of Baltimore, to the effect that he met Captain Smith, the commander of the Titanic, who was...
Chicago Daily Journal ISMAY TIRED TO ESCAPE ON CEDRIC, WIRELESS SHOWS
20th April 1912
Explanation of why Senator William Alden Smith of Michigan, chairman of the senate committee named to investigate the Titanic disaster, hurried to New York Thursday night to begin the inquiry was made today when it  became known that a wir...
New York Times PAID DEATH NOTICE OF BROOK WEBB
28th April 1912
WEBB---Brook H., chief smoke room steward of steamship Titanic, who perished in the disaster, age 49.  Served the White Star Line continuously for thirty-seven years. ...
Guernsey Evening Press MR. J. DUQUEMIN (1)
20th April 1912
The relations of Mr. Joseph Duquemin, reported to be one of the survivors of the Titanic Disaster, have not yet heard from him direct, but yesterday a letter was received from the White Star line's Southampton Office, confirming the telegram sent on ...
New-York Tribune INNER SKIN FOR NEW LINER
12th September 1912
White Star Ship, the Britannic, Will Also Have More Bulkheads --- Liverpool, Sept. 11---The White Star Company announces that its new 50,000-ton steamer will be named Britannic. It will have a complete i...
  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 ISMAY UPHOLDS STRIKE POLICY
17th May 1907
President of Mercantile Marine Says His Company Will Not Advance Pay --- SAILORS DELAY A LINER --- Refuse to Sail on La Touraine Until Paid Full Wages for Loading and Unloading Cargo --- If the stri...
DOWNSHIRE HOUSE   DOWNSHIRE HOUSE

This is the house where in the summer of 1907, the Olympic & Titanic were conceived by Lord William Pirrie and J. Bruce Ismay....
  DER ROSENKAVALIER
1912
One of the pieces that musicians on ships like the Titanic would be expected to know by heart....
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (1)
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...
The Daily Bulletin (Honolulu) [GUSTAV WOLFF ARRIVES AT HONOLULU, 1885]
13th April 1885
DISTINGUISHED VISITORS --- By the S. S. Australia the following gentlemen arrived and are at present staying at the Hawaiian Hotel: Lord Elphinstone, James Ashbury, Esq., M. P., G. Wolff, Esq., Belfast, and C. Sc...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (2)

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 toget...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY
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 reporte...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (3)
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 toget...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (6)
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 reporte...
GENUINE TITANIC STATIONARY WITH WHITE STAR LINE LOGO   GENUINE TITANIC STATIONARY WITH WHITE STAR LINE LOGO
1911
This card (front) is a genuine Titanic item. There were stocks of it in Cherbourg, in order to supply the liner with it at each of her stops. After the sinking, the stocks were destroyed and a few pieces survived to this day. ...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (4)
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 report...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (5)
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 togeth...
  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...
The Times THOMAS ISMAY HONORED BY CITY OF BELFAST
22nd July 1899
BELFAST, July 20---Mr. Thomas H. Ismay, chairman of the White Star Line, was to-day presented with the freedom of the city in recognition of his services to Belfast ...
Chicago Daily Tribune SAILED IN '70S WITH TITANIC'S CAPTAIN
17th April 1912
Page 6 [Photo] Capt. J. R. Mullet Capt. J. R. Mullet, a veteran seaman, retired ten years ago on a pension from the White Star lines after thirty-five years of faithful service, yesterday recalled the days when he and C...
Chicago Inter Ocean TITANIC MEN FORCE GIRL TO SIGN PAPER
25th April 1912
Rescued Chicagoan Declares When She Was Dazed in New YorkHospital, Line’s Agents Made Her Attest Exonerating Document That agents for the White Star line forced her to sign an exonerating statement ...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY: PENNY
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 to...
Unidentified Newspaper MRS HANSEN STILL IN BED
1912
Titanic Survivor in Precarious Condition at Brother's Home Mrs. Peter C. Hansen, the survivor of the steamer Titanic, who arrived in Racine Wednesday, is still in an extremely nervous condition, and is still not able to be around. She is staying at t...
CAPTAIN SMITH IN THE 1890S   CAPTAIN SMITH IN THE 1890S
1890
A photograph of Edward John Smith later Captain of the RMS Titanic, taken sometime in the 1890s when he was a Captain in the White Star Line. ...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (7)
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 toget...
  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...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY: JAMES FRASER
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 togethe...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY: JAMES SMITH
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...
  MINUTE BOOK OF THE WHITE STAR COMPANY (9)
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...
New York Times SOUTHAMPTON EN FETE
31st May 1907
Arrival of Adriatic Inaugurates the New White Star Service --- SOUTHAMPTON, May 30---The City of Southampton was in holiday attire to-day in honor of the arrival here of the White Star liner Adriatic, f...
The Salt Lake Tribune NOW DECLARE HYTER IS BURIED AT SEA
5th May 1912
Mrs. Lee Chamberlain, Mother of a Titanic Victim, Receives Conflicting Reports The whereabouts of the body of A. H. Hyter, formerly of Salt Lake, who perished in the wreck of the Titanic, has become an issu...
Dictionary of National Biography (1901) ISMAY, THOMAS HENRY

Prof. Sir John Knox Laughton, Litt.D.
ISMAY, THOMAS HENRY (1837-1899), shipowner, eldest son of Joseph Ismay, of Marypoint, [sic; should be "Maryport], Cumberland, was born there on 7 Jan. 1837. At the age of sixteen he was apprenticed to a firm of shipbrokers (...
TITANIC'S FUEL   TITANIC'S FUEL

The Titanic left Southampton with 5892 tons of welsh coal supplied by the Lewis Merthyr Consolidated Collieries supplemented by coal from other White Star Line ships laid up by the coal strike. Some of the coal, including this...
  CHARLES HODGE GENERAL INFORMATION

Hodge, Charles. WAS twenty-nine years of age, and held a second engineer's certificate. His birthplace was Devonport. He served his apprenticeship with Messrs. Davey, Sleep & Co., of Plymouth. He had been in the service...
RESTAURANT à LA CARTE COUPON (BACK)   RESTAURANT à LA CARTE COUPON (BACK)
1911
This is the back of the coupon that was to be found inside the brochure the White Star Line handed to 1st and 2nd class passengers, presenting the Restaurant à la Carte. This one was saved by Mme Laroche. ...
St. Paul Daily News TITANIC VICTIMS DIED OF HUNGER
17th May 1912
- Tooth marks on cork and collapsible lifeboat tell grim tale - Liner found three - New York, May 16.- Bits of cork in their mouths and tooth marks on the cork and wood portions of the boat indicated that starvation killed the three T...
New York Times ADRIATIC GOT ON A MUD BANK
5th November 1909
White Star Liner Stuck Fast Five Hours Till a Tug Hauled Her Off --- The big White Star Line steamship Adriatic, incoming with many cabin passengers, spent five hours early yesterday morning on a mud bank on the ...
Boston Daily Globe LATTIMER MOURNED
20th April 1912
Titanic's Chief Steward Well Known in Boston Prince of Entertainers and a Most Competent Officer Andrew Lattimer, senior chief steward of the Titanic, who was drowned, was well known in maritime and...
OLYMPIC ARTEFACTS TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1934! White Star Memories OLYMPIC ARTEFACTS TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1934!
4th March 2010
RMS Olympic's registration document has been reunited with its original leather wallet! after some 70 odd years apart! The two a were last together when the WSL was sold off and Olympic was scrapped in 1934/5. ...
New York Times MINIA REPORTS TWO BODIES
4th May 1912
Ship Returning to Halifax---Patrick O'Keefe's Story of Rescue --- The White Star Line agent at Halifax wired the New York office yesterday that the Captain of the steamship Minia had sent the following message: ["]Returne...
Antioch News DEATH OF ELSBURY POSITIVE
2nd May 1912
Dispatch From the White Star Line Says That Elsbury is Not a Survivor ALL HOPE IS ABANDONED Gurnee Man on Titanic Not Among Survivors--Family Now Compelled to Give up Hope. The last hope of the James El...
The Washington Herald STEAMSHIP OLYMPIC TO BE CONVERTED INTO CRUISER BY BRITISH GOVERNMENT
29th September 1912
New York, Sept. 28---Local observers who have been watching the formation of war clouds over Europe in the last few months were interested in an announcement made to-day by officials of the White Star Line concerning the ...
St. Ives Times & Express MR. CARBINES INTERRED
10th May 1912
Through the courtesy of Mr. Carbines — brother of the late Mr. William Carbines, a passenger on the "Titanic" and who has only just arrived in St. Ives from America — we are able to give some information from a letter which Mr. William Cogar, lo...
New York Herald BRAVERY OF TITANIC SURGEON DR. WILLIAM FRANCIS NORMAN O'LOUGHLIN
22nd April 1912
In accounts printed about the Titanic and the bravery of her officers little has been said of one who probably was the most widely known and best beloved of all classes....
New York Times BIG SHIPS EASY TO BUILD
11th July 1910
BIG SHIPS EASY TO BUILD --- Only Limited by Docks and Channel, Says English Yard Manager --- Among the passengers who arrived yesterday on the White Star steamship Celtic was the Right Hon. Alexander M. Carlisle...
RESTAURANT à LA CARTE COUPON (FRONT)   RESTAURANT à LA CARTE COUPON (FRONT)
1911
This is the front of the coupon that was to be found inside the brochure the White Star Line handed to 1st and 2nd class passengers, presenting the Restaurant à la Carte. The original illustration was pink, as well as the text at the bac...
Cambridge Chronicle CAMBRIDGE MAN ABOARD
19th April 1912
It is feared that a Cambridge man was among those who lost their lives, and great anxiety is felt by his parents, who live in Cambridge, and relatives and close friends, as to his safety. We refer to Mr. A. W. Barringer, a native of Cambridge, who we...
New-York Tribune TITANIC PASSENGER SUES
3rd August 1912
Wants $25,000 for Lost Jewels---Mrs. Astor Saved Him --- [By Telegraph to The Tribune] --- Philadelphia, Aug. 2--- Hadne Mamee, a cabin passenger saved from the Titanic, to-day sued the White Star Line fo...
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...
Chicago Daily News MELLEN IN TITANIC STATEMENT
23rd April 1912
Offers Evidence as to Time Officials Knew the Vessel Was Lost [by The Associated Pres.]   New Haven, Conn., April 23—In connection with the question at the time at which the White S...
Washington Times WOMAN FAINTS WHEN TOLD BUTT IS AMONG MISSING
18th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 18---A woman claiming to be the second cousin of Major Archibald Butt, military aide to President Taft, from Plymouth, Mass., called at the White Star line office this morning to inquire whether anything had been heard of her missing ...
The Times ESTATE OF TITANIC SURVIVOR
4th December 1937
Mr. JOSEPH BRUCE ISMAY, of Hill Street, Berkeley Square, W., a former president of the International Mercantile Marine Company and chairman of the White Star Line, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, who died on October 17, ...
New York Times PASSENGERS FROM EUROPE GRIEVED
8th September 1901
[Note: U.S. President William McKinley was shot by an assassin on 6 September 1901, and died on 14 September.] Heard with Amazement About the Shooting of the President ---------- News Casts Gloom Over Big Liner...
JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN Je Sais Tout JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN
15th April 1913
From 'Je Sais Tout', 15 April 1913...
MATCHES AND MATCHBOX HOLDER   MATCHES AND MATCHBOX HOLDER

White Star Line matches and matchbox holder...
Southport Visitor SOUTHPORT MAN ABOARD
16th April 1912
We understand that among the crew of the Titanic is Mr. James Walpole, elder brother of Mr. H. Walpole, a prominent local bowler. This is the second shipping disaster Mr. Jas. Walpole has been in, having only recently been transferre...
New York Times WHITE STAR LINE AFTER CONTINENTAL TRAFFIC
8th January 1907
Service to Channel Ports Also to be Installed by Cunard Line --- WILL RIVAL GERMAN BOATS --- Mails to Two-thirds of England and All Scotland and Ireland Will Be Delayed by This Action --- The announcem...
New York Times THE DUFF GORDONS
17th April 1912
From London came a cablegram (to the White Star office), asking for news of Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff Gordon. The cable remained unanswered for some time as line officials and their employees had more than they could attend to in the handling of inquir...
New York Times MRS. J. BRUCE ISMAY
1st January 1965
LONDON, Dec. 31. Mrs. Florence Ismay, widow of J. Bruce Ismay, the chairman of the White Star Line at the time of the Titanic disaster in 1912, died at her home today. Her age was 96. Mrs. Ismay's husband, ...
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Chicago Tribune WIDOW SUES TITANIC OWNERS
20th July 1912
Mrs. A. Willer of Chicago Asks $10,000 for Husband’s Death   Family Left Penniless   Red Cross Saves Them fr...
New-York Tribune GET GIANTS OF THE SEA
2nd December 1910
Captains Smith and Haddock for Olympic and Titanic --- Captain Herbert J. Haddock of the White Star liner Oceanic, which left port on Wednesday for Southampton, was congratulated by wireless yesterday on his appo...
WHITE STAR LINER ARABIC   WHITE STAR LINER ARABIC
1915
Returned Hartley's body in Great Britain...
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...
GREAT LAKES TITANIC SOCIETY   GREAT LAKES TITANIC SOCIETY

GLTS is an informal association of Titanic enthusiasts which got its start in the Great Lakes region. The website highlights the maritime connections of the region to the Titanic and other White Star Line ships. Great Lakes and North Atlantic maritime history are also explored....
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New York Times DISASTER AT LAST BEFALLS CAPT. SMITH
16th April 1912
Veteran Commander of Titanic Went Forty Years Without Accident of Any Kind --- WHITE STAR'S BEST OFFICER --- Declared Only Recently That He Did Not Believe Modern Ships Could Be Sunk --- Capt. E. J. Smith, i...
Falmouth Packet FALMOUTH MAN DROWNED
26th April 1912
The name of Mr. H. Creece (sic), deck engineer, does not appear amongst the survivors and he has been given up as lost. The deepest sympathy is felt for the widow and her two children in their great sorrow. Obituary WAS born at ...
Guernsey Evening Press TITANIC SURVIVORS RENOUF, BENTHAM AND RUGG
1912
Channel island passengers saved from Titanic, 30 aboard lifeboat, one died of exposure...
Aberdeen Daily Journal ABERDEEN ENGINEER ABOARD
17th April 1912
As indicated on Monday, there were no Aberdeen passengers aboard the ill-fated vessel, but we learn that a Torry engineer was a member of the crew. About ten days ago Mr. James Fraser, 85 Menzies Road, received a letter from his son, Mr. James Fra...
The Day, New London, Connecticut, USA NOT SATISFIED TO BE AMONG THE LIVING
3rd August 1912
NOT SATISFIED TO BE AMONG THE LIVING --- Man Rescued from Titanic by Mrs. Astor's Aid Sues Co. for $25,000 Jewels --- PHILADELPHIA, Aug 3---Hadne Mamee, a cabin passenger saved from the Titanic, has brought suit...
Chicago Examiner OLYMPIC TO BE REBUILT
25th September 1912
Special Cable to the Examiner. Belfast, Sept. 24---The White Star Line announces definitely that the steamer Olympic, sister of the Titanic, will come to Belfaast from Southampton for renovation.  She will be ma...
The Sun (New York) TITANIC UNSEAWORTHY, HE SAYS
17th January 1914
Steward Who Escaped With Broken Leg Sues the Line --- LONDON, Jan. 16---Thomas Whiteley, one of the surviving stewards of the ill fated steamship Titanic, has brought suit for damages against the White Star Line,...
Chicago Tribune TITANIC 'VICTIMS' BOB UP EVERYDAY
4th May 1912
Survivors Who Besiege Relief Committee Prove Imposters...
Unidentified Newspaper WEXFORD MAN'S DAUGHTER MARRIED TITANIC PURSER
1912
Barbara Ennis, was married to Mr Hugh McElroy, later Titanic purser...
New York Times BIG CROWD SAILS TO-DAY
24th January 1912
Nine Hundred First Cabin Passengers on Olympic, Cedric, and Lapland --- More than 1,200 cabin passengers, of whom nearly 900 will be in the first cabin, will sail from New York for Europe to-day. This big crowd of travelers, in numbers ...
New York Times NEW WHITE STAR SERVICE TO TAP CHERBOURG TRADE
7th January 1907
Adriatic, Biggest Ship Yet Built, to Start It in May --- SHE WILL CARRY 3,000 SOULS --- And Have a Turkish Bath, Plunge, and Orchestra Aboard---Line to Liverpool to Stay. --- With the putting in commis...
The New York Times OLYMPIC CUTS HER OWN TIME
19th July 1911
Five Days, 13 Hours, 20 Minutes from Daunt's Rock to the Lightship --- The new White Star liner Olympic, which arrived in Quarantine last night and anchored, has made even better time on her second voyage th...
Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate, and Cheriton Herald MR. WILLIAM PENNY
25th April 1912
We regret to hear that Mr. William Penny, eldest son of Mrs. A. Penny, of 4, Waverley Villas, Cheriton Road, was among the victims in the catastrophe to the Titanic. Mr. Penny had been a medical steward in the service of the White Star Lin...
Chicago Record Herald NONE PICKED UP CELTIC
23rd April 1912
General Passenger Agent Jeffries of the White Star Line today denied the report that an officer and woman steerage passenger of the Titanic were picked up by the Celtic, which arrived in this city on Saturday morning, as related in a dispatch l...
New York Times MORGAN ON THE OCEAN
14th March 1907
Sailed Yesterday on the Baltic to be Gone Until July --- J. Pierpont Morgan sailed for Liverpool yesterday on the White Star Line steamer Baltic. On account of the tide the Baltic sailed at 5 o'clock in the morning. M...
New York Times HAROLD SANDERSON, SHIPPING MAN, DIES
27th February 1932
Former Head of International Merchant Marine Stricken While in North of Italy --- DIRECTED WHITE STAR LINE --- Came From a Family of Leaders in Maritime Matters Both Here and in England --- Special Cable to T...
APRIL 12TH ADRIATIC MENU CARD   APRIL 12TH ADRIATIC MENU CARD
12th April 1912
Menu card...
New York Times THE HARRISES
17th April 1912
Numerous and anxious were the inquiries (at the White Star Line office) for Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Harris. Mr. Harris is one of the city's best known theatrical managers. Scores of his friends, both in the theatrical and the business wo...
Chicago Daily News LEARNS OF RELATIVE'S RESCUE
16th April 1912
Daniel Tobin of Denver, Col, now in Chicago and a guest at the Palmer house, passed most of the morning in the offices of the White Star line seeking information in regard to his sister, Mrs. J. G. Brown, also of Denver. When finally a report...
Brighton Argos SHOREHAM MAN MISSING [ISAAC MAYNARD]
17th April 1912
Article about Titanic survivor Isaac Maynard from Shoreham, Sussex...
New York Times OBITUARY OF MARGARET ISMAY
10th April 1907
DEATH LIST OF A DAY --- *** Mrs. T. H. Ismay --- ...
CUP & SAUCER FROM TITANIC   CUP & SAUCER FROM TITANIC
1912
Spode Coplands Gold and cobalt blue, R4332...
  GENERAL INFORMATION

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

The olympic in profile; At the pier in New York; Pier 59; New York skyline...
Hawaiian Gazette (Honolulu) HERO OF TITANIC NOT THE CAPTAIN SMITH KNOWN WELL IN HONOLULU
23rd April 1912
Local steamship men do not believe that the Captain Smith, hero of the Titanic disaster mentioned in the cables is Capt. Harry Smith, known here. Word has been received from the former Doric commander within the past month...
The Sun (New York) SMITH THOUGHT HIS SHIP UNSINKABLE
16th April 1912
Titanic's Skipper Was Never in an Accident on High Seas Before This One --- LOVED OCEAN LIKE A BOY --- Grew Up With White Star Line and Had Its Confidence---Junior Officers on Board --- ...
Trenton Evening Times TRENTON MEN ABOARD GIANT TITANIC WHICH MEETS DISASTER IN ICE
16th April 1912
Washington A. Roebling II, and Stephen W. Blackwell among Hundreds of Passengers who are taken Off in Lifeboats when Maiden Voyage Seemed Likely to End in Sinking of World’s Biggest Vessel Returning to their homes in Trenton after a ...
The Sun (New York) CUNARD REFUSES REWARD
11th May 1912
But Will Allow Capt. Rostron and Crew to Accept Gifts --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- The Cunard Steamship Company has refused to accept any remuneration for the rescue of passengers ...
ROYAL STANDARD Voyage ROYAL STANDARD
14th November 2004
John P. Eaton
White Star Line The White Star Line was founded in 1845 by two Liverpool ship brokers, Henry Threlfall Wilson and...
WILLIAM FARR PENNY (1)   WILLIAM FARR PENNY (1)

Tony Evans
My great uncle...
The Times FUNERAL OF THE TITANIC'S BANDMASTER
20th May 1912
The funeral of Mr Wallace Hartley, the bandmaster of the Titanic, took place on Saturday at Colne Cemetery. Thousands of visitors from all parts of the surrounding country were present. The funeral was attended by the Mayor and members of...
Birkenhead News AN ARGYLE THEATRE'S BANDSMAN AMONG THE TITANIC ORCHESTRA
20th April 1912
One of those on board the Titanic and who it is feared is amongst those who have perished, is Mr. J. F. P. Clarke, formerly a member of the orchestra of the Argyle Theatre of Varieties. Mr. Clarke in his short time he played...
Corriere della Sera STILL MISSING A COMPLETE LIST OF THE ITALIAN'S SHIPWREKED
18th April 1912
Page B07 [Translation] The enrolment of the waiters for the "Titanic" London, 17 April, night Till midnight no one new list of the survivors has reached, so except for Portaluppi and Pera...
Worcester Telegram NAME NOT ON LIST BUT WOMAN IS SAFE
18th April 1912
The Associated Press
Mrs. Edgar Meyer Wires New York That She Is Returning on Carpathia and That Her Husband Is Missing NEW YORK, April 17.- A wireless message was received today by relatives of Mrs Edgar Meyer, daughter of the late Andrew Saks, reporting ...
Manchester Evening News MANCHESTER VICTIMS: CHIEF ELECTRICAL ENGINEER ON THE TITANIC
18th April 1912
Mr. Alfred S. Allsop, the chief electrical engineer of the Titanic, who, it is feared, has gone down in the ill-fated ship, was a Manchester man. He was about 35 years of age, and was born in Brunswick Street, C.-on-M., but he has not lived in the ci...
Hudson Dispatch TWO WEST HOBOKEN MEN WERE AMONG VICTIMS ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
So far as can be learned two of the victims of the Titanic disaster lived in West Hoboken. They are John Ashby, father of Arthur Ashby, of 629 Traphagen street, and Albert Walker, father in law of Charles Robertson, proprietor of the Colonial Theatre...
ARMENIAN Voyage ARMENIAN
27th March 2005
John P. Eaton
Cestrian, sister ship to the Armenian, seen here at Harland and Wolff's Belfast yard following completion. (courtesy Lawrence Dunn, Famous Liner...
Guernsey Evening Press MR. J. DUQUEMIN
1912
c/o Porgos, St. Sampson, Guernsey. Reported Saved. News was received at noon today of the safety of Mr. Joseph Duquemin. Mr. Joseph Duquemin, of Portgrat, Vale, a quarryman, aged about 30. He accompanied M...
Chicago Record-Herald HEARS SISTER IS ALIVE
17th April 1912
Daniel Tobin of Denver, Colo., now in Chicago, passed most of yesterday at the local offices of the White Star line seeking information in regard to his sister, Mrs. J. G. Brown of Denver. Tobin shouted his joy when a report was received i...
BRITANNIC POSTCARD (IN WHITE STAR COLORS)   BRITANNIC POSTCARD (IN WHITE STAR COLORS)

Chicago Inter Ocean CONDITION OF TITANIC KNOWN AT OFFICE MONDAY
19th April 1912
CONDITION OF TITANIC KNOWN AT OFFICE MONDAY ___________________ Timothy L. Woodruff Says Typewritte...
Hudson Observer WEST HOBOKEN MAN A PASSENGER ON THE LOST STEAMER
17th April 1912
John Ashby, of Traphagen street, West Hoboken, is on the list of second cabin passengers of the ill-fated Titanic and so far his name has not appeared among those of the rescued. He was returning from England to his son-in-law and two daughters in No...
Louisville Courier-Journal, Louisville KY DR. ERNEST MORAWECK NOW COUNTED AMONG THE DEAD
1912
F. Leingruber, manager of Dr. Moraweck's farm near Brandenburg yesterday gave up all hope for the safety of the former Louisville man who was a passenger aboard the Titanic and who is reported as missing. Mr. and Mrs. Leingruber learned through a mut...
ADVERTISEMENT FOR WHITE STAR LINE LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTS Breeder’s Gazette ADVERTISEMENT FOR WHITE STAR LINE LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTS
25th January 1893
White Star  Line! LIVE-STOCK and CARGO STEAMERS. Liverpool and New York, REGULAR WEEKLY SAIL...
Hayle Weekly Mail HAYLE MAN ONE OF THE STEWARDS
18th April 1912
On enquiring at Hayle we find that no passengers from this town have sailed in the ill-fated vessel, but that Mr. Samuel Rule, of Hayle, occupied the position of chief bathroom steward. Mr. Rule, who formerly lived at Clifton-terrace, is a bro...
WHITE STAR VICE-PRESIDENT: PHILIP ALBRIGHT SMALL FRANKLIN   WHITE STAR VICE-PRESIDENT: PHILIP ALBRIGHT SMALL FRANKLIN

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The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City DECLARES CAPTAIN OF TITANIC IS ALIVE
22nd July 1912
By International News Service --- BALTIMORE, July 21---Still emphatic in his assertion that he saw Captain E. J. Smith, who is supposed to have been drowned in the Titanic disaster, Peter Pryal declared today tha...
The Times £25,000 FOR BRITISH MERCHANTMEN
2nd January 1919
MR. ISMAY'S MUNIFICENT GIFT Mr. J. Bruce Ismay, son of the founder of the White Star Line, has given £25,000 in War Loan stock to the Mercantile Marine Service Associati...
New York Times THE TEUTONIC LAUNCHED
20th January 1889
A WHITE STAR STEAMER THAT IS EXPECTED TO BEAT ALL RECORDS --- BELFAST, Jan. 19---The new White Star steamer Teutonic was launched this morning from the Queens Island yard. The companion ship, Majestic, of ...
New York Times $100,000 GIFT FROM ISMAY
14th May 1912
Thank Offering for His Escape---To Start Fund for Disabled Seamen --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LIVERPOOL, May 13---The Liverpool Journal of Commerce states that J. Bruce Ismay h...
TITANIC : HISTORY ON A PLATE   TITANIC : HISTORY ON A PLATE

To be opened by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall on 18th February 2011 ...
The Argus (Melbourne) NERVIEST MAN IN SERVICE
20th April 1912
Captain E. J. Smith, who is reported by one passenger from the Titanic to have committed suicide, was commodore of the White Star line. He it was who was selected for the initial trips of the Adriati...
Chicago Daily Journal PITIFUL APPEALS FOR NEWS AT OFFICE HERE UNGRATIFIED
17th April 1912
Heartrending appeals for information concerning the dead or rescued from the Titanic poured into the Chicago offices of the White Stair line, throughout the day. Men, Women and children telephoned the offices at LaSalle and Washington stre...
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 w...
Western Daily Mercury AN EXETER PASSENGER
18th April 1912
It is also stated that Mr. Ralph Giles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Giles of Eaton-place, Exeter, was among the passengers. Mrs. Giles has wired to the Head Office of the White Star Line in London, but has received no reply. Mrs Giles’s sister-in-la...
Cork Examiner ECHO OF DISASTER : BOAT PICKED UP BODIES ON BOARD
16th May 1912
New York, Wednesday The White Star Line has received a marconigram from the Oceanic, dated May 13th, latitude 39.56, longitude 47.01, reporting that she had picked up a collapsible boat of the Titan...
The Sun (New York) WILL APPEAL TO MRS. ASTOR
29th July 1912
Youth Who Says She Saved Him on the Titanic Stranded --- PITTSBURG, July 28---Harry Miller, 17 years old, who says he was rescued by Mrs. John Jacob Astor after the Titanic sank with all the other members of his ...
CAPTAIN ROSTRON'S HANDWRITTEN ACCOUNT OF THE DISASTER.   CAPTAIN ROSTRON'S HANDWRITTEN ACCOUNT OF THE DISASTER.
27th April 1912
RMS Carpathia Cunard SS Co. Ltd., At Sea April 27th, 1912 At 12.35 am (ship's time) April 15th (Monday), 1912, I was called by the 1st Officer in company with Marconi operator and informed that the White St...
New York Times 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 ...
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 ...
The Salt Lake Tribune TITANIC SURVIVOR COMES TO SALT LAKE
27th February 1913
Miss Margaret B. Hayes, who will be remembered as a survivor of the Titanic disaster which occurred on the White Star line April 14 1912, will be in Salt Lake City this evening. She is accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Beckstein of New York. Th...
  HODGE FAMILY INFORMATION

Charles Hodge (Snr. Asst. 3rd Engineer) was born in Plymouth, Devon in 1884. He was the son of Alfred and Emily Hodge. The 1891 census has the family living at 6 Princess Street in Plymouth and it was here that Charles' father ran his bakery ...
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. ...
Cornishman SAFETY OF A HAYLE MAN - MR. SAMUEL RULE
18th April 1912
Capt. Rule of Hayle, has received a telegram from his niece announcing the safety of his brother, Mr. Samuel Rule, chief steward of the Titanic. The telegram reads as follows:- ‘Anfield, Liverpool,-To Rule, Carnsew, Hayle. Fat...
Antioch News WIFE CAN'T COLLECT DAMAGES
1st January 1913
Mrs. Elsbury, Wife of Titanic Victim, Unable to Collect Damages for Death VICTIM LIVED AT GURNEE Attorney Finds That Amount for Which Co. is Liable is Insignificant; Will Receive only Fare Paid Mrs. Jam...
Daily Telegraph TITANIC FOR MONTAUK, LONG ISLAND - 1910 VISION
27th October 1910
Passengers to take railway connection to New York...
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...
The World Evening Edition (New York) OLYMPIC NOT LIKELY TO BE HELD FOR BODY OF DEAD FINANCIER
1st April 1913
LONDON, April 1---When word came to-day from Rome that Herbert L. Satterlee was attempting to have the White Star liner Olympic held up to-morrow at Cherbourg to carry J. Pierpont Morgan's body to New York, the officials of...
The Logan Republican, Logan, Utah MOTHER GETS SAD NEWS
4th May 1912
Telegram announcing Finding of Body Shows W. H. Hyter Went Down on Titanic --- Mrs. Leo Chamberlain, 409 South Fourth East street, yesterday received a telegram from the White Star line stating that the body of her son, ...
The Times COMMANDER C. H. LIGHTOLLER
9th December 1952
Commander C. H. Lightoller died at his home at Twickenham yesterday at the age of 78. He was for many years with the White Star Line and was second officer in the Titanic when on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic in 1912 she struck and iceb...
Le Journal de Genève ON PASSENGERS FROM SWITZERLAND
17th April 1912
Newspaper article...
Chicago Tribune SHIES BOATS UNDER CAPT. SMITH
16th April 1912
F. Harrison Powers of New York and Paris, a guest at the Congress hotel has been a passenger several times on White Star boats commanded by Capt. E. J. Smith of the Titanic. “But I only sailed with him once after the collision of the...
Evanston Daily News LOCAL WOMAN'S KIN SAVED FROM TITANIC
18th April 1912
Spencer V. Silverthorne, a brother of Mrs. H. H. Harris, 820 Foster street, is among the Titanic passengers that were rescued by the Carpathia. Word to this effect was received today. Mr. Silverthorne who lives in St. Louis, is a buyer fo...
North American FEAR BOYERTOWN GIRL, MISSIONARY, WAS LOST
22nd April 1912
READING, Pa., April 21---Mr. and Mrs. James B. Funk, parents of Miss Annie C. Funk, a missionary to Janjgir, Central Province, India, have given up hope of seeing their daughter alive. The mother is seriously ill and the entire family is grief-stric...
The Washington Times TITANIC CAPTAIN "SEEN" ON STREET IN BALTIMORE
21st July 1912
BALTIMORE. Md., July 21---Peter Pryal, formerly quartermaster on the steamship Majestic, of the White Star line, and long since retired, declares that he has seen Captain Smith, commander of the Titanic, on the street ...
New York Times TAFT CONCERNED FOR BUTT
17th April 1912
Chance of Major's Safety a Faint One, but President Holds to It --- WASHINGTON, April 16---The White House was not a cheerful place to-day, for President Taft, most of his Cabinet, and many callers were deeply concerned over the probabl...
North American SEVEN WILKES-BARRE PERSONS ARE MISSING
19th April 1912
Special Dispatch to The North American --- WILKES-BARRE, Pa., April 18---Charles Thomas, a small storekeeper of this city; Mrs. Joseph Thomas and infant son, Anthony Yosbik, Joseph and Peter Simon and Brenton Harry, all of this city,...
  OBITUARY (2)

WAS born on the 31st March, 1880, at Whitehaven, Cumberland. When quite young his parents moved to Blackburn, where he passed his apprenticeship days with the firm of James Davenport, of the Canal Works. From this firm he went to Messrs Howar...
The World Evening Edition (New York) ISMAY TO RESIGN AS PRESIDENT OF THE SHIP TRUST
10th September 1912
Franklin to Succeed Him---Waning of White Star in International Combine --- J. Bruce Ismay, who figured in the news a few months ago by reason of being among the Titanic survivors, is to resign as President of the Intern...
  DOROTHY GIBSON: STAR STYLE
31st January 1913
Model and actress Dorothy Gibson and her mother, Pauline C. Gibson, filed suit against the White Star Line for recovery of property they lost on Titanic. Their damage claims were fairly modest, compared to other female petitioners, amounting to $2,38...
LETTER RE: LAROCHE FAMILY   LETTER RE: LAROCHE FAMILY
14th May 1912
  Passenger Department 9 Rue Scribe, Paris. 14th. May, 1912 I the undersigned certify that the Laroche family, consisting of Mr. Joseph Laroche, Mrs. Laroche, Miss Simo...
Rahway Daily Record NO TRACE IS FOUND OF KEEFE'S BODY
26th April 1912
Survivor of Titanic Wreck Tells of Being With Him In a Life Boat ---------- It had for several days been hoped that among the bodies recovered from the wreck of the Titanic would be found that of Arthur Keefe. This hope is now ...
The World Evening Edition (New York) TITANIC WIDOW TO SUE COMPANY FOR $100,000
8th May 1912
Olsen Was on Way Here With Norway Inheritance in His Trunk --- Letters of administration were granted to-day by Surrogate Ketcham of Brooklyn to Mrs. Esther Olsen of No. 400 Suydam Street, Brooklyn, widow of a v...
Newark Evening News TITANIC SURVIVOR TO THE DEFENSE OF ISMAY
23rd April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS PLAINFIELD, April 23---Miss Georgette Alexander Magill, aged sixteen years, who was among the first of those rescued from the Titanic to be put aboard the Carpathia, yesterday at Plainfield defended J. Bruce...
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:...
THE WHITE STAR TENDER TRAFFIC.   THE WHITE STAR TENDER TRAFFIC.

Postcard...
Encyclopaedia of Ships and Shipping (1908) SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION CO., LTD.

Shaw, Savill and Albion Co., Ltd. Successors to Messrs. Shaw, Savill and Co. and the Albion Co. Established 50 years ago. This company maintain a regular service of passenger and cargo steamers between London and New Zealand, and...
THE WHITE STAR TENDER NOMADIC   THE WHITE STAR TENDER NOMADIC

J. BRUCE ISMAY RETREAT FOR SALE Irish Independent J. BRUCE ISMAY RETREAT FOR SALE
9th July 2004
A Titanophile's Dream for $1.5 million...
The World Evening Edition (New York) OLYMPIC IS HERE WITH INNER-SKIN AND UNSINKABLE
9th April 1913
White Star Liner Arrives After Six Months Undergoing Alterations for Safety --- NOW ICEBERG PROOF --- Complete New Inside Hull to Keep Her Afloat in Case of Collision --- Bearing no outward eviden...
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....
Worcester Evening Gazette PORTER SANK WITH TITANIC HEROES
19th April 1912
Family and Friends of Worcester Man Now Satisfied He Is Among Those Lost Walter E. Bigelow, business associate and friend of Walter C.Porter, last of the Titanic, who made a special trip to New York yesterday in the hope of securing fa...
Washington Times TITANIC'S CAPTAIN HAD LONG RECORD ON THE HIGH SEAS
17th April 1912
As Captain of Olympic Smith's Vessel Hit British Cruiser Last Fall --- If the twentieth century retained a belief in the power of malignant spirits and the human passions of natural forces, the termination of the career of Capt. E. J. S...
TITANIC'S LAST STOP, COBH   TITANIC'S LAST STOP, COBH
29th October 2011
Titanic Stories
Michael Martin, creator of ‘The Titanic Trail’ takes us on a tour of Cobh, the Titanic’s last port of call. He sets the scene of the day that Titanic left the Ireland, taking in the White Star Line Of...
Chicago Daily Journal GIRL VICTIM OF TITANIC NEAR DEATH; GOT ONLY $25
25th April 1912
Margaret McGowan, in Chicago, Tells How official of Line Gave Her “Recompense” Margaret McGowan, one of the few steerage passengers who started for America on the Titanic and reached here, is at the home...
The Logan Republican, Logan, Utah MOTHER OF VICTIM WILL GET EFFECTS
16th May 1912
Salt Lake City, May 13---Mrs. Lee Hayter Chamberlain, 408 Fourth East street, mother of A. Hayter, one of the victims of the Titanic disaster, thi smorning [sic] received a letter from the White Star Line company announcing...
The Washington Times MISS HAYES' WARDS LIVING IN POVERTY
10th April 1913
NEW YORK, April 10---With the formal filing of a claim against the White Star line for the loss of the husband of Mrs. Marcelle Navratil, who went down with the Titanic, it became known today that "Lolo" and "Momo...
New York Times DEATH NOTICE OF JOHN STUART WHITE
20th May 1897
DIED *** WHITE---Wednesday, May 19, John Stuart White, beloved husband of Ella Holmes White, and only son of the late William White. Funeral at the residence of his mother, Mrs. William White, 55 West 48th St., Friday mor...
STANDING ROOM ONLY FOR OCEAN LINER AUCTION Swann Galleries STANDING ROOM ONLY FOR OCEAN LINER AUCTION
15th March 2010
New York—It was standing room only at Swann Galleries on March 4 for the two-part sale of The Christopher Bou Collec...
New York Times 3,000 ON THE ADRIATIC
10th May 1907
Bruce Ismay, Bourke Cockran, and R. W. Perks Among the Passengers --- QUEENSTOWN, May 9---The White Star Line steamer Adriatic, which left Liverpool yesterday on her maiden voyage sailed from here to-day for New York with nearly 3,00...
QUEENSTOWN AT THE WHITE STAR WHARF   QUEENSTOWN AT THE WHITE STAR WHARF

Tinted photograph of the wharf at Queenstown, the Titanic's final stop, seen in a contemporary postcard...
  CHICAGO TITANIC BULLETINS

BULLETINS Montreal, April 15—The local office of Horton Davidson, one of the Titanic passengers, has received the following wireless message: “All passengers are safe and Titanic taken in tow by ...
New York Tribune FATHER OF MRS. SMITH’S BOY WENT DOWN WITH SHIP.
1st December 1912
A son was born here last night to Mrs. Eloise Smith, of Huntington, W. Va., a survivor of the Titanic disaster. The father of the boy, Lucien P. Smith, went down with the Titanic......
Southern Evening Echo UNTITLED (3)
14th May 1952
A Former White Star man who was a survivor of the Titanic disaster in April, 1912, 81-years-old Mr. John Hardy, left Southampton for New York last night in U.S. Lines America after his first home visit in 18 years. Mr. Hardy, who is now living...
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 DR. O'LOUGHLIN MEMORIAL
6th February 1914
New Hospital Emergency Ward to Bear Name of Titanic's Surgeon --- An emergency ward in St. Vincent's Hospital containing seventeen beds, with a treatment room adjoining, will be dedicated on Feb. 16 to the memory of Dr. W. F. ...
New York Times WIDOW OF TITANIC'S COMMANDER IS DEAD
30th April 1931
Husband Was Captain E. J. Smith, Who Went Down in Sea Tragedy of 1912 --- Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, April 29---The Titanic disaster was recalled today with the death of Mrs. Sarah Eleanor Smith, widow of C...
Torquay Directory TORQUAY RESIDENT LOSES HER SON
24th April 1912
Mrs. Parsons, of Hardene, Bronshill Road, has lost her son. Mr. Edward Parsons, who was chief storekeeper on the Titanic. He had been in connected with the White Star Line for many years, and had previously served on the Oceanic, Teutonic, and Maje...
  PICTURE STAR GIVEN RECEPTION AT WEBER'S
1912
Dorothy Gibson Introduced, Applauded by "Movie" Crowd A distinct treat was enjoyed by a large audience of devotees of the motion pictures yesterday when Mr. White, manager of Weber’s New York, spied among the evening’s patrons...
  CHARLES JOHN JOUGHIN, TITANIC'S CHIEF BAKER

Charles John Joughin, Titanic's chief baker was born in Patten Street, West Float, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England, on August 3, 1878, went to sea at age 11, later becoming chief baker on various White Star Line steamships. After s...
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, POST-MERGER)   OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, POST-MERGER)

WATERTIGHT DOORS ON BOARD A WHITE STAR LINER La Science et la Vie WATERTIGHT DOORS ON BOARD A WHITE STAR LINER
1913
From 'La Science et la Vie', June 1913...
SUBMARINE SIGNALLING SYSTEM ON A WHITE STAR LINER La Science et la Vie SUBMARINE SIGNALLING SYSTEM ON A WHITE STAR LINER
1915
From 'La Science et la Vie', July 1915...
Brooklyn Daily Times BROTHER OF BROOKLYNITE, A PRIEST, WAS ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
Two of the visitors to the White Star line offices were Laurence M. Byles, Vice President of the W. E. Byles Company, Ltd., of 90 Wall street, Manhattan, and his brother, W. Hunter Byles, of Omaha. They went to inquire as to the safety of another bro...
TRAFFIC Voyage TRAFFIC
22nd September 2005
John P. Eaton
On 10 April 1912 Titanic arrived at Cherbourg from Southampton at 6:35 p.m. after a voyage of little more than five hours. After taking aboard mail and pasengers she departed at 8:10 p.m. Boarding were 274 passengers: 142 first class, 30 second...
The Hawaiian Gazette PUNAHOU STUDENT MAY BE AMONG TITANIC LOST
23rd April 1912
Hawaii,Percy White, a brother of Mrs. [sic] James B. Castle of this city, and his son, Percy White Jr., were passengers on the White Star liner Titanic, and it is feared they are among the hundreds wh...
  LETTER FROM JACK BUTTERWORTH
1912
Prior to leaving on the Titanic, Jack had been courting his fiancee (a Miss May Hinton of Woolston, Southampton) and they had agreed to become engaged. Jack wrote the following letter (actual letter see next column) which was posted at Queenstown: (n...
  TITANIC RELIEF FUND (1)

(From the Minute Book of the White Star Company) 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...
HORSE TRANSPORTATION   HORSE TRANSPORTATION

Comfortable quarters with feed boxes were a new feature of the White Star livestock carriers....
OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, PRE-MERGER)   OLYMPIC POSTCARD (CIRCA 1934, PRE-MERGER)

SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS   SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS

Looking towards the Ocean /White Star Dock c. 1912...
DAVID CHARTERS   DAVID CHARTERS
1909
Irish steerage passenger David Charters on a horse with a white star....
A LINER TO ECLIPSE THE OLYMPIC Weekly Irish Times A LINER TO ECLIPSE THE OLYMPIC
21st September 1912
A New Leviathan The new Atlantic liner which Messrs Harland and Wolff Limited are building for the White Star Line will eclipse in size and tonnage the Olympic and the ill-fated Titanic. The new vessel will be called the Britannic in ...
The Sun (New York) MRS. 'WILLIE' CARTER GETS DIVORCE DECREE
16th June 1914
Grounds for the Decision Are Not Disclosed---Couple Were in Titanic Disaster --- PHILADELPHIA, June 15---Mrs. Lucille Polk Carter got a decree of divorce here to-day from William K. Carter. The Carters' country home ...
North American NORTH WALES PEOPLE NOT AMONG SURVIVORS
23rd April 1912
Messages received yesterday by James W. Van Billiard, burgess of North Wales, indicated that there is little hope for the safety of his son, Austin Van Billiard, and two grandchildren, who were passengers on the Titanic, and who are believed to have ...
Barking Chronicle THE TITANIC DISASTER. EAST HAM RESIDENTS MISSING
19th April 1912
We learn that Mr and Mrs R.J. Rogers, of 11 Southchurch Gardens, East Ham, have a son and a nephew amongst the crew of the Titanic, the deplorable sinking of which has created such widespread consternation...
Chicago Examiner FRIEND TELLS HOW TITANIC COMMANDER MIGHT HAVE ESCAPED
22nd July 1912
INSISTS CAPT. SMITH LIVES Friend Tells How Titanic Commander Might Have Escaped Baltimore, md., July 21---Still emphatic in his assertions that he saw Captain E. J. Smith, who is supposed ...
Washington Times ISMAY CONDEMNED FOR TAKING BOAT
19th April 1912
Daughter of Congressman Hughes Tells of Experience In Sea Disaster --- NEW YORK, April 19---Not only did J. Bruce Ismay, managing director or the White Star line, get into one of the first lifeboats to be launched, but he was escorted a...
The Gazette (Montreal) THOUSANDS VISIT LAURENTIC
10th May 1909
Thousands of interested sight-seers, each provided with a pass of admittance, without which the vessel would without doubt have been packed even beyond her great capacity, yesterday visited the new White Star-Dominion li...
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...
  MME. AUBART: LUXURY LOST
1st May 1912
After her rescue from Titanic, French singer Leontine Pauline ("Ninette") Aubart, better remembered as the mistress of American millionaire Benjamin Guggenheim, wrote the following letter to the White Star Line, itemizing her lost possessions: ...
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HUGH WALTER MCELROY : CHIEF PURSER OF R.M.S. TITANIC Titanica! THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HUGH WALTER MCELROY : CHIEF PURSER OF R.M.S. TITANIC
19th June 2009
Frank McElroy
Coat of Arms...
New York Evening Post ISMAY AS BEHR SAW HIM
1912
ISMAY AS BEHR SAW HIM...
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,...
Brooklyn Daily Times FRIENDS EXPECT TO HEAR FROM MRS. SWIFT SOON
16th April 1912
The relatives of Mrs. Margaret Swift, the widow of Fred Joel Swift, who lives at 171 Arlington avenue, are expecting momentarily to hear from her. Their hopes are based on the assurances given them at the offices of the White Star Line. ...
POSTCARD: LAUNCH OF THE GIANT WHITE STAR LINER 'OLYMPIC' AT HARLAND & WOLFF'S  SHIPYARD, BELFAST   POSTCARD: LAUNCH OF THE GIANT WHITE STAR LINER 'OLYMPIC' AT HARLAND & WOLFF'S SHIPYARD, BELFAST

  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...
Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette CLAIM TITANIC NOT SEAWORTHY
16th January 1914
FIRST TIME SUGGESTION IS MADE SINCE DISASTER Plea Advanced by Injured Employee of Liner Which Went Down After Collision With Iceberg - Assert Negligence Also By Associated P...
New York Times SEAMEN'S STRIKE ABROAD
23rd May 1907
LIVERPOOL, May 22---The projected move of the White Star Line to Southampton is responsible for a dispute between seamen and firemen and the company which threatens to spread. A hundred men belonging to the Oceanic refused to sai...
THE TWO PENNIES :  A TRUE STORY   THE TWO PENNIES : A TRUE STORY
15th August 2011
Susie Millar
Told by the great granddaughter of a crew member.....
The Times AUCTION OF OLYMPIC FITTINGS
19th November 1935
SALE CONCLUDED The sale at Jarrow of the fittings of the Olympic concluded today, which was the tenth day, and the last lot offered was No.4,456.. The total realized was not announced, and several lots were not sold. On some days during ...
New York Times MARY C. WELLMAN DIES AT 80; WAS A SURVIVOR OF THE TITANIC
26th November 1975
TOPSFIELD, Mass., Nov. 25 (AP)---Mary C. Wellman, a survivor of the liner Titanic, died Sunday at her home. She was 80 years old. When Mrs. Wellamn was 16 and studying in Paris, her father booked passage for her and her mother on the ...
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 ...
Staffordshire Advertiser STAFFORDSHIRE VICTIMS OF THE DISASTER (1)
20th April 1912
Captain E. J. Smith, the commander of the ill-fated vessel, was a native of Hanley, the son of Mr. E. J. Smith. He was educated at the British School, then under the mastership of the late Mr....
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...
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...
  MEMORIAL (9)

There is a new memorial in the Lifeboat House at Scarborough which was unveiled in April 2002 and reads: HMS Conway Trust Memorial James Paul Moody O.C. 6th Officer Titanic Born Scarborough, 21 August 1887...
Unidentified Newspaper WITNESSES PROVE STUMBLING BLOCK
May 1912
Recalcitrant witnesses hinder Senate inquiry; Senator Smith fails to establish facts......
Evening Bulletin MRS. BREWE COLLAPSES
20th April 1912
Widow 0f Physician Lost on Titanic in Serious Condition at Her Home Here --- Crushed under the news of the death of her husband, Dr. Arthur Jackson Brewe, on board the Titanic, Mrs. Brewe is in se...
Evening Times ON THEIR HONEYMOON
17th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Smith rescued from ill-fated liner. ...
Chicago American TITANIC'S COURSE AND SPEED CAUSED DISASTER, SAYS DAHL
24th April 1912
 A picture of a sea dotted with so many icebergs that the Carpathia was forced to steer an zigzag course to leave the field of menacing floes was added to the indictment against officials of the White Star Line to-day by Charles Dahl, a Titan...
New York Times LINER DID NOT SPEED, ISMAY DECLARES
19th April 1912
Not the Custom of the White Star Line to Try to Break Records --- TOOK LAST BOAT, HE SAYS --- Awakened by Crash --- Doesn't Know About Bulkheads --- Ship Sank in 2 Hours and 25 Minutes --- ...
The Washington Post TITANIC CLAIMS $10,000,000
16th January 1913
Mrs Irene Harris Asks $1,000,000 for Loss of Husband New York, Jan 12 – A flood of petitions for damages through the loss of the steamer Titanic, filed today; included one Mrs Irene Wallach Harris, who claims $1,000,00...
The Bathurst Times MRS GOLD IN SYDNEY : THE HEROINE OF THE TITANIC
6th September 1913
The Heroine of the Titanic, MRS. GOLD IN SYDNEY. LAST WOMAN TO LEAVE. SEA TRAGEDY RECALLED. "It was fine and clear, that awful night. All the stars were shining. You would never have ...
Southern Daily Echo PAINFUL STORY AT SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT
5th February 1913
Titanic Compensation Cases There were several applications, under the Workman’s Compensation Act, at the Southampton County Court on Tuesday, before Judge Gye, arising out of the loss of the Titanic. In one of ...
NEW YORK (1) Voyage NEW YORK (1)
20th July 2005
(American Line) ex-City of New York, Inman Line As Titanic left Southampton 10 April 1912, the suction and wave action of her propellers and huge bulk tore New York loose from her mooring in tandem with Oceanic...
  PITMAN'S CAREER

MBE awarded March 1946. Purser SS Mataroa of the Shaw, Savill and Albion Company Ltd. Awarded for long and meritorious service at sea and in dangerous waters during the war. He served as a Purser for the company for 20 ...
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...
The Gazette (Montreal) LAURENTIC IS HERE
8th May 1909
The Gazette, Montreal, 8 May 1909 Maiden Voyage Upholds the Satisfactory Results Achieved on Trial Trip --- AN EPOCH IN SHIPPING --- P...
WHITE STAR TENDERS AT QUEENSTOWN   WHITE STAR TENDERS AT QUEENSTOWN
1909
A contemporary postcard showing the Clyde Shipping Co.'s tenders "Ireland" (outboard)and "America" (inboard) at the rear of the Jas Scott & Co shipping agency offices in Queenstown. ...
Evening Telegram WILLIAM CARTER'S ACCOUNT
22nd April 1912
William E. Carter, when Mr. Ismay's statement was shown to him, corroborated the White Star line official. Mr. Carter said: – "The statements which have been made by many persons regarding Mr. Ismay's conduct are a...
The Times THE LATE MR. ISMAY'S WILL
12th March 1900
THE LATE MR. ISMAY'S WILL---The will of the late Mr. THOMAS HENRY ISMAY, head of the White Star Line, has been proved. The value of the real and personal estate is sworn at £1,297,881 14s. 1d. g...
WHITE STAR LINE OFFICER'S UNIFORM CIRCA 1912 Voyage WHITE STAR LINE OFFICER'S UNIFORM CIRCA 1912
15th February 2005
John Hemmert
By and large the various British steamship company's officer's uniforms of ...
New York Times THE CEDRIC'S PARROT MASCOT
4th May 1903
"Baden-Powell" Won Purser McElroy's Heart by Sighting a "Landlubber off the Starboard Not since the days of Funston the famous Mexican parrot of Castle William on Governors Island, has there been seen in the...
Chicago Examiner LAKE SHIP FLAGS LOWERED

Placed at Half-Mast in Memory of President J. B. Thayer Duluth, April 20--Flags were placed at half-mast on all ships of the Anchor Line in the harbor here today, out of respect for President J. B. Thayer of that lin...
New York Times VINCENT ASTOR'S GRIEF
17th April 1912
Vincent Astor's Grief Pitiable ___________ Son of John Jacob offers a fortune for word of his father ___________ Vincent Astor, son of Col. John Jacob Astor, who is believed to have g...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle THE FACTS THAT STICK OUT IN THE GREATEST OF MARINE DISASTERS
19th April 1912
Early report summarizing the known facts of the Titanic disaster......
Staffordshire Advertiser STAFFORDSHIRE VICTIMS OF THE DISASTER
20th April 1912
Mr. Leonard Hodgkinson, the fourth senior engineer, was a Stoke man, and has many relatives and friends in the district. As a boy he received his education at St. Thomas's School, Stoke. He served an apprenticeship with Messrs. Hartley and Arnoux, wh...
ET ANOTHER PLAN TO BUILD TITANIC II ANNOUNCED - BY QUEENSLAND BILLIONAIRE CLIVE PALMER

Queensland billionaire mining magnate Clive Palmer has unveiled his plans to build the Titanic II to add to his tourism portfolio. Mr Palmer said his new company Blue Star Line Pty Ltd had commissioned the state-owned Chinese company CSC Jinling Shipyard to build a near replica of the ill-fated Titanic. The cost is unknown....
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New York Times MISS MARIE YOUNG DIES
29th July 1959
Survivor of Titanic Was 83---Had Been Piano Teacher --- AMSTERDAM, N. Y., July 28 (AP)---Miss Marie C. Young, one of the survivors of the Titanic ship disaster, died yesterday at a rest home near here. Her age was 83. Mis...
Hudson Observer JERSEY CITY MAN HEARS FATHER AND SISTER ARE SAFE
17th April 1912
Among the passengers aboard the ill-fated steamer Titanic were MissGertrude Myles, of 266 Grove street, Jersey City, and her father,Thomas F. Myles, of Cambridge, Mass., who was her companion on a trip toLondon. Frederick Myles...
Daily Graphic SOME OF THE SAVED
20th April 1912
LADY DUFF-GORDON, COUNTESS OF ROTHES, WHITE STAR CHAIRMAN. The Titanic's saved include--- Lady Duff-Gordon--who carries on the famous firm of "Madame Lucile"--and her husband, Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon. They sailed incognito as Mr. and Mr...
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...
THOMAS WHITELEY : APPEARING AT THE MERRIMACK SQUARE THEATRE Lowell Sun THOMAS WHITELEY : APPEARING AT THE MERRIMACK SQUARE THEATRE
28th May 1912
The attendance at both perfomances at the Merrimack Square theatre yesterday was extraordinarily large, and the many patrons seemed well satisfied with the bill as presented, for practically each number was received with loud applause.  ...
The Washington Times MORGAN AND ALDRICH SEE POMPEII TOGETHER
23rd January 1913
NAPLES, Jan 23---J. Pierpont Morgan arrived here today aboard the White Star liner Adriatic. Former Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island was a fellow passenger. They motored out to the ruins of Pompeii, where Morgan renewed h...
The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City FORMER SALT LAKER PROBABLY PERISHED
26th April 1912
W. H. Hyter Thought to Have Been Victim of the Titanic Disaster --- That W. H. Hyter, a former Salt Laker, perished when the Titanic sank while on his way to this city to visit his mother, Mrs. L...
The New York Times NEWS SUPPRESSED ON CELTIC
21st April 1912
Loss of Titanic, Reported Monday, Told on Wednesday --- The Celtic, the first vessel of the White Star Line to reach New York from Europe since the sinking of the Titanic, arrived here yesterday. The Celtic ...
New York Times TITANIC SURVIVOR HARRY ANDERSON DIES
25th November 1951
Harry Anderson, Commodore of N. Y. A. C. Yacht Unit, Was 87 --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., Nov. 24---Harry Anderson, a survivor of the sinking of the White Star liner Titanic in 1912, ...
  LUNCH WITH MARCONI'S DAUGHTER REVEALS TITANIC ANECDOTE

On April 11, 1989, after attending a Church near the Vatican, my wife and I were invited by Degna Marconi to have lunch with her at her home in Rome. Degna was the first child of Guglielmo Marconi and Beatrice O’Brien, the daughter of the...
Evening Bulletin WILLIAM CROTHERS DULLES NOW IS GIVEN UP AS LOST
19th April 1912
Cousin of Philadelphia Lawyer Says His Absence From Carpathia Shows He Didn't Survive --- On learning that William Crothers Dulles, a lawyer, 316 S. 12th st., was not among the survivors on the rescue ship Carpathia, friends and relativ...
Orange County Times-Press TITANIC VICTIMS STARVED
17th May 1912
That several Titanic victims probably starved to death in lifeboats seemed probable when the White Star Liner Oceanic docked today. The Oceanic picked up, last Monday, a lifeboat containing three bodies terribly decomposed. Each vi...
New York Times THOMAS H. ISMAY LEFT £1,297,881
12th March 1900
LONDON, March 11---The will of the late Thomas Henry Ismay, founder of the White Star Steamship Company, who died in Liverpool last November, has been proved, showing a personal estate of £1,297,881. Numerous legacies, in all about £...
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...
Chicago Tribune SAILOR, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES
10th August 1913
Reginal Lee, One of Seamen in the Lookout When Steamer Sank, Succumbs in London Reginald Lee, one of the two sailors in the lookout when the White Star liner Titanic met in disastrous collision with an iceberg a year...
The New York Times MORGAN IN LONDON
20th May 1911
Wants to See Titanic Launched---Health Never Better, He Says --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, May 19---By accident THE NEW YORK TIMES correspondent met J. Pierpont Morga...
Toronto Daily Star A TITANIC SUIT
28th August 1912
Elizabeth Faunthorpe, widow of a Titanic victim, and herself a survivor, has sued the White Star Company......
The Times OBITUARY: MARGARET ISMAY
10th April 1907
MRS. ISMAY, widow of Mr. Thomas Henry Ismay, the founder of the White Star Line, and mother of Mr. Bruce Ismay, head of the International Mercantile Marine Company, died yesterday morning, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Geoffrey Drage, in Cad...
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...
  ABOUT MARY MCGOVERN AS TOLD BY A RELATIVE

Date of Birth:  April 1890 Place of Birth  Clarbally, Corlough Co. Cavan, Ireland Mary was making the trip to New York alone, traveling by train from Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim to Queenstown to board the Titanic. Her ticket cost 7 ...
Inverness Courier LINER'S PERIL : TITANIC STRIKES AN ICEBERG AND SINKS
16th April 1912
Early yesterday morning telegrams were received from New York that the Titanic, with passengers and crew, numbering 2358 persons, had on Sunday struck an iceberg in the Atlantic, and was sinking by th...
Asbury Park Evening Press LAKEWOOD WOMEN ARE AMONG SAVED
19th April 1912
In the list of survivors of the Titanic this morning, there is no mention of A. J. Compton, jr., one of the largest stockholders of the Laurel House company at Lakewood, and of the Waumbeck Hotel company of Jefferson, N. H. Mr. Compton’s mother, Mrs...
Chicago Daily News SEEKS NEWS OF BROTHER-IN-LAW
19th April 1912
“Is my brother-in-law alive? His name is C. Joughin, and he was a baker on the Titanic.” This question was asked of The Daily News to-day by G. Woodward, 2520 Washington boulevard. Names of members of the crew of the Tit...
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...
  LETTER SENT BY JOHN HARPER FROM THE TITANIC
11th April 1912
A letter written on board on company notepaper exists it reads: My Dear Brother Young, I am penning you this line just before we get in to Queenstown to assure you that I have not forgotten you and especially all your kindness while w...
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express MR. C. H. LIGHTOLLER, THE SECOND OFFICER
20th April 1912
Mr. C. H. Lightoller, the second officer on the ill-fated Titanic, who is reported to be among the survivors, lived at Netley Abbey, and on Wednesday one of our representatives called on his wife at their residence at Hound to convey congratula...
Bowman County Pioneer (North Dakota) BAUMAN FARMER ESCAPED SINKING TITANIC IN LAST BOAT
25th April 1912
Oscar Hetman of Bauman Pulls away from Sinking Ship in Last Craft to Leave...
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Chicago Record-Herald RUSE SCENTED TO AVOID CLAIM
25th April 1912
Titanic Survivor Says She Signed Paper Thinking It Railroad Tickets Alleged unfair tactics used by the owners of the steamship Titanic to avoid damage claims from survivors were explained yesterday by Miss Annie Kelly, one of...
The Examiner OFFICERS OF THE TITANIC
26th April 1912
PERSONAL DETAILS Interesting sidelights on the character of Captain E. J. Smith and the officers associated with him in his last command, the mammoth liner Titanic, were thrown by the officers of the White Star liner Afric, which arr...
OCEANIC (1) Voyage OCEANIC (1)
11th July 2005
John P. Eaton
White Star Line Not only was Oceanic operated by the same company that operated Titanic, she was also directly associated with Titanic at the beginning of her maiden voyage as well as during the first weeks following...
New York Times MRS. JANE L. HERMAN
16th January 1937
She and Two Daughters Titanic Survivors---Husband, Son Lost --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- BEDMINSTER, N. J., Jan. 16---Mrs. Janes Laber [sic] Herman, 75 years old, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, died at her ho...
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express TOUCHING MESSAGE FROM CAPTAIN'S WIFE
20th April 1912
Shortly before three on Thursday afternoon the following message from Mrs. E. J. Smith, the wife of the Captain of the lost liner, was posted on the notice-board at the White Star office, Canute Road, Southampton. TO MY POOR FELLOW SUF...
Connaught Telegraph WRECK OF THE TITANIC (LAHARDANE PASSENGERS)
20th April 1912
The White Star Liner, Titanic, which sailed from Southampton on Wednesday, after calling at Queenstown for passengers for New York, collided with an iceberg on Monday morning and was wrecked. She had 1,455 passengers and 903 of a crew, was on h...
Chicago Tribune CELTIC PASSENGERS IN PANIC
21st April 1912
News of Titanic Disaster Spreads Despite Efforts of the Officers of Vessel New York, April 20--[Special]--The Celtic of the White Star line arrived in port today with the news that she had received the &qu...
The Washington Herald CAPT. LORD EXPLAINS
17th August 1912
Liverpool, Aug. 16---In an attempt to vindicate himself, Capt. Lord, of the Leland [sic] liner Californian, who was censured by both the American and British commissions which investigated the Titanic disaster for his failure...
New York Times ISMAY IS TO QUIT
1st January 1913
Will Retire June 30---Harold Sanderson to Take His Place --- by Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- LONDON, Dec. 31.---J. Bruce Ismay will retire from the Presidency of the International ...
Washington Times PRESIDENT AND FRIENDS OF MAJOR BUTT FEAR HE WENT DOWN WITH SHIP
16th April 1912
"The White Stare [sic] Line Company his searched its list of survivors for the name of Major Archibald Butt. We regret to say that his name does not appear up to the present time among those known to be saved.” The above message, in ...
The Times OLYMPIC BERTHED AT JARROW
14th October 1935
FAREWELL SALUTE FROM SIRENS The Olympic, which is to be broken up by Messrs.T.W.Ward and Co at Jarrow to provide employment, was safely berthed alongside Palmers shipyard today. The coming of the liner to the Tyne attracted many thousa...
Jersey Journal MRS. BRIDGET LYNCH; SURVIVOR OF TITANIC
4th November 1959
Was Young Girl on Way to U. S. --- Arrangements were completed today for the funeral of Mrs. Bridget Lynch of Jersey City who, as a girl of 18, survived the iceberg crash of the Cunard White Star liner Titanic in 1912. Mr...
New York Times SMUGGLERS PLAN TO OUTWIT LOEB
17th August 1909
Collector Hears of Attempts to Take Off Dutiable Goods in Small Boats --- STRICT WATCH AT PIERS --- Hold-Up and Search of Steamship Captains Themselves Reveals Thoroughness of New Search --- Now that Collector Lo...
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....
  CAPTAIN SMITH WAS TUSSAUDS EXHIBIT

1919 Madame Tussaud & Sons Catalogue entry 27. Commander Edward J. Smith, R.N.R., born 1853. Commander Smith was Captain of the White Star liner ''Titanic'' which went down in the Atlantic on 14 April, 1912, during her maiden voyage t...
The Star, Christchurch, New Zealand [BRUCE ISMAY AND GUSTAV WOLFF ARRIVE IN NEW ZEALAND, 1885]
24th February 1885
SHIPPING TELEGRAMS --- Auckland, Feb. 23. --- The Doric, S.S., Captain Jennings, arrived this evening. Left London Jan. 5 and Plymouth Jan. 8. Had fine weather to Teneriffe, arriving at 8a.m. Jan. ...
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 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 ...
New York Times STRAUS'S SECRETARY WAITS ALL NIGHT
17th April 1912
A representative of the Straus family was at the White Star steamship office continuously yesterday, waiting for news of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Straus. Sylvester Byrnes, Mr. Straus's secretary, had remained in the office all night. With ...
  CONFUSION OVER A NAME: YROIS OR YVOIS

John Lamoreau
Almost since the Titanic sank there has been confusion over the name of a second class passenger. What we know for positive was that her first name was Henriette. She was traveling with film maker William Harbeck. They both lost t...
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...
Newark Evening News TWO TRENTON FAMILIES FEAR FATE OF YOUNG MEN
16th April 1912
Two prominent young Trentonians aboard the Titanic are Washington A. Roebling, second, and Stephen W. Blackwell, who were returning home from an automobile trip through Europe....
Washington Post SOCIETY: MISS MARIE GRICE YOUNG
17th August 1916
Miss Marie Grice Young, of this city, who spends most of her time in New York with Mrs. J. Stuart White, is touring New England with Mrs. White. The ladies have recently been at Bretton Woods in the White Mountains of New Hampshire....
Ormskirk Advertiser WALTER JAMES BROWN
5th February 1998
WALTER JAMES BROWN was 39 [sic] years old when he joined the crew of the Titanic as a First Class Saloon Steward. Before joining The White Star Lines, Brown worked for his older brother, William, in his grocery store on Moor Street in Ormskirk. Walte...
ALFRED NOURNEY : TITANIC TELEGRAM   ALFRED NOURNEY : TITANIC TELEGRAM

Wolff Cöln Sachsenring Titanic gesunken! Gerettet an Bord von Carpathia. Cunard Line. Vollständig mittel und kleiderlos. Alfred (Titanic sunk! Saved on board Cunard Line Carpathia. Completely dest...
New York Times THE GERMANIC AGAIN IN PORT
16th June 1899
The White Star steamer Germanic, from Liverpool, arrived at this port late yesterday afternoon. This is the first trip the vessel has made since she sank alongside her pier on the North River last Winter from the weight of sno...
STAR DENIES SHE'S QUITTING Record Eagle STAR DENIES SHE'S QUITTING
15th May 1953
newspaper photo...
Evening Ledger (Philadelphia) PHILADELPHIANS WILL BRAVE OCEAN TRIP
8th May 1915
Lusitania sinking fails to deter passengers from Philadelphia...
New York Times GIRL SURVIVOR HAS PRAISE FOR ISMAY
23rd April 1912
Miss Rosenbaum Declares She Owes Her Life to White Star Head --- FORCED HER INTO LIFEBOAT --- Declares He Was Among Last to Leave Sinking Titanic, Calling "Any More Women?" --- Out of al...
Chicago American FOUR TITANIC SURVIVORS SCORE SHIP'S OFFICIALS
22nd April 1912
Four women who were rescued from the Titanic passed through this city on their way to their Western homes.  They were: Mrs. H. F. Chaffee of Amenia, N. D.; whose husband was drowned; Mrs. Walter Clark of Los Angeles, who also lost her husban...
Chicago Daily Journal TITANIC WAS UNSAFE
16th January 1914
 SAYS TITANIC WAS UNSAFE Steward, Suing for Injury in Wreck Says Precautions Were Disregarded [Associated Press Cablegram] London, Jan. 16—The plea that the Titanic was unseaworthy when she l...
Worcester Telegram TWO OF THE ASPLUND CHILDREN ARE LOST
19th April 1912
Charles and Selma and Three of their Little Ones, Lillian, Clarence and Felix, are Safe. Charles and Selma Asplund and their children, Lillian, Clarence and Felix Asplund, survive the Titanic disaster. Philip and Carl, the other childr...
Elizabeth Daily Journal ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (2)
16th April 1912
[Links to the earlier parts of this article can be found on the summary pages for the members of the Renouf/Jefferys family and the Carter family.] Among those who visited the White Star steamship offices in New York to-day in an endea...
The Washington Herald STILL INSISTS HE SAW CAPT. SMITH

Baltimore Man Tells How It Would Have Been Possible to Have Been Rescued --- Special to The Washington Herald --- Baltimore. Md., July 23---Still emphatic in his assertions that he saw Capt. E. J. Smith, ...
The Toronto World SOUTHAMPTON TOWN OF MOURNING
17th April 1912
SOUTHAMPTON, April 16.---Distressing scenes have been witnessed thruout the morning at the White Star offices here, which have been thronged by the relatives of the crew of the Titanic.  The town is absolutely stunned by the news of ...
New York Times MINOR SPORTS NEWS
18th June 1895
The cricketeers from the White Star liner Majestic played against the Summer eleven of the Staten Island Cricket Club at Livingston yesterday afternoon. Dr. O'Loughlin and H. Todd...
The Sun (New York) ISMAY OUT OF MARINE CO.
30th June 1913
Interesting Detail of Formation of Pool Are Given --- Special Cable Despatch to The Sun --- London, June 30. With the retirement of J. Bruce Ismay to-day from the presidency of the International ...
RMS OLYMPIC BY BRIAN HAWLEY Titanic Review RMS OLYMPIC BY BRIAN HAWLEY
5th September 2012
Mike Poirier and Stuart Kelly
Mike Poirier and Stuart Kelly review Brian Hawley's book on Titanic's sister ship RMS Olympic...
Bristol Times and Mirror BRISTOL WOMAN'S TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE
11th May 1912
Bristol lady, Mrs Ware, was one of the Titanic survivors. ...
The Advertiser, Adelaide TITANIC SURVIVORS (1)
4th November 1912
Memories of that sad event, the loss of the Titanic, were revived on Saturday by the arrival of Mrs. James, daughter of Mrs. W. H. Marsden of Hoyleton, South Australia, by the White Star steamer Irishman. Mrs James (then Miss Marsden) w...
The Sun (New York) BERGS NOT ALL MELTED
18th July 1912
Oceanic Sights Them on Old Route Titanic Took --- The White Star liner Oceanic arrived yesterday from...
Worcester Telegram 3500 SACKS OF MAIL ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 16- Postmaster Edward M. Morgan stated today that the White Star liner Titanic had on board 3500 sacks of mail. It is not likely, he said that the mails were saved because during the few hours that the vessel floated after running int...
WALTER BELFORD L'Illustr, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse WALTER BELFORD
20th September 1956
Walter Belford did not appear on the Titanic's crew lists. In fact, he never was a Titanic crewman, he just told Walter Lord he was, and became famous as a "fake" Titanic survivor. At the time when this picture was published in Switzerland, in Septem...
Chicago Tribune DORIS DAY SLATED TO STAR IN 'MOLLY BROWN'
2nd March 1962
Hedda Hopper
LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD Doris Day Slated to Star in 'Molly Brown' Hollywood, March 1---Tammy Grimes' heart will be broken when she learns that Bob Wellman has bought &quo...
The Sun (New York) PIRRIE TO REBUILD YACHT
27th August 1912
Chief of Titanic's Builders Greatly Impressed by Disaster --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- LONDON, Aug. 26---It is stated that Lord Pirrie, the chairman of Harland & Wolff, the builders o...
Hudson Observer HOBOKEN MAN LOSES BROTHER IN DISASTER
20th April 1912
In a little flat at 509 Willow avenue, Hoboken, John Moore is grievingto-day over the loss of his nineteen year-old brother, Leonard, who wasone of the victims of the Titanic disaster.The boy came to America last April an...
The Evening Standard, Ogden City, Utah, PROVO SUIT SEPUEL [SIC] OF TITANIC WRECK
28th August 1912
Provo, Aug. 27--- Walter H. Corbett has filed petition in the Fourth district court here praying for letters of administration in the estate of Mrs. Irene Calvin Corbett. The petition stater that there is a clai...
R.M.S. TITANIC: UNIQUE ORIGINAL PLAN USED THROUGHOUT THE BRITISH TITANIC ENQUIRY.   R.M.S. TITANIC: UNIQUE ORIGINAL PLAN USED THROUGHOUT THE BRITISH TITANIC ENQUIRY.

A large scales plan of the Titanic used during the Titanic enquiry is offered for sale......
Hudson Dispatch BODY OF WEST HOBOKEN MAN, VICTIM OF TITANIC DISASTER, FOUND AT SEA
23rd April 1912
Recovered by the Mackay-Bennett Ship and Will Be Sent Home. --------------- IDENTIFIED BY MARKS --------------- Fifteen More Bodies Were Found by Same Vessel Today --------------- Greenwood Robertson, of 222...
Atlantic Daily Bulletin THE STORY OF TITANIC SURVIVOR MR. THOMAS KNOWLES
1992
Brian J. Ticehurst
SOME of you who were on the Titanic's re-enactment voyage on the Waterfront Ferry Hotspur VI, out of Southampton docks back at the Convention in April, may remember that the Captain of the Ferry we were aboard passed me a note sa...
Chicago American TITANIC VICTIM IN CHICAGO TELLS OF SELF-DEATH
25th April 1912
TITANIC VICTIM IN CHICAGO TELLS OF OFFICER’S SELF-DEATH Remarkable strength of Carl Janson, another of the surviving passengers of the Titanic, kept him alive in the frigid ocean for six hour...
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...
New York Times J. BRUCE ISMAY ARRIVES HERE
27th February 1910
J. Bruce Ismay, President of the International Mercantile Marine Company, arrived yesterday on the Cunard liner Mauretania.  With him was Vice President Harold A. Sanderson and E. C. Grenfell, the latter a Director of ...
  E. J. SMITH, COPTIC AGROUND AND RIO---TWO OUT OF THREE AIN'T BAD?

Mark Baber
E. J. Smith, Coptic Aground and Rio---Two out of three ain’t bad? There are several standard White Star history volumes which associate E. J. Smith...
Western Morning News THE FEARS OF RELATIVES : PARSONS
19th April 1912
In connection with the Women’s Missionary Auxiliary at the Zion United Methodist Church, St. Austell, on Wednesday evening, Mr. W. J. Nicholls, who presided, referred to the loss of the Titanic. ...
New York Times HONOR TITANIC'S SURGEON
17th February 1914
A new emergency ward in St. Vincent's Hospital, equipped and furnished throughout as a memorial to Dr. Francis Norman O'Loughlin, the senior ship surgeon of the White Star Line, who perished in the disaster to the Titanic, was dedicated yesterday to ...
The Salt Lake Tribune TITANIC SURVIVOR IN SALT LAKE
28th February 1913
Salt Lake, Feb 28---Miss Margaret B. Hays of New York and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bechstein of New Rochelle, N. Y., are guests at the Hotel Utah in this city. They arrived early yesterday afternoon from San Francisco over the Weste...
The Evening Post HOLDING BACK FACTS OF DISASTER STIRS CRITICISM
18th April 1912
Charges ranging from indifference to deliberate suppression of news are being made against the White Star officials on both sides of the Atlantic . As ground for these charges one needs to go back only to the rapid sequ...
Salt Lake Tribune FEAR PROVO WOMAN DISASTER VICTIM
20th April 1912
Page 3 Special to The Tribune PROVO, April 1900 Up to 4 o'clock this afternoon no word had been received in this city of the fate of Mrs. Irene C. Corbett who is supposed to have been a passenger on the Titanic when it...
  CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN HERBERT JUPE'S FATHER AND THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY, NOVA SCOTIA
19th July 1912
July 19th 1912 74 Bullar Road Bitterne Park Southampton Dear Sir, I have been informed by Mr. F. Blake, Superintendent Engineer of the White Star Lines, Trafalgar Chambers, Southampton, that the body...
The Evening Telegram HAYS MAY BE SAFE
16th April 1912
Newspaper article...
  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...
Chicago Daily Journal LOSSES ENTIRE FORTUNE
19th April 1912
Charles Dahl, an Australian, who took the Titanic from Southampton en route to his mother’s home in North Dakota, lost in the sinking ship a wallet which contained all the money he had in the world. “I was in bed when the crash...
Shore Press SHE LOSES BROTHER IN TITANIC WRECK
12th April 1912
In the wreck of the White Star liner Titanic, Mrs. A. J. Ripley of Long Branch lost her brother, Arthur E. Nicholson. He was in the tea business and maintained an office at 128 Front street, New York. It had been his custom each year ...
HAMPSHIRE INDEPENDENT THE TITANIC’S BARBER : IMPORTANT QUESTION IN COMPENSATION LAW
17th August 1912
SOUTHAMPTON CROWN COURT There was a further batch of Titanic cases at the Southampton County Court on Tuesday, before His Honour Judge Gye, but they possessed no feature of special interest. THE TI...
The New York Times SEALING THE LIPS OF TITANIC'S CREW
21st April 1912
Detained Sailors Are Herded on the Celtic Under Close Guard of Detectives. --- HAVE ORDERS NOT TO TALK --- Men Forget Instructions, However, Long Enough to Defend Escape of J. Bruce lsmay ---...
Newark Star THREE OF TEN JERSEY PASSENGERS ARE SAFE
17th April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel and Henry Blank Reported Among Those Rescued from the Titanic Wreck --- Up to a late hour last night only three of the ten New Jersey passengers on the Titanic were definitely known to be among the survi...
The Syracuse Herald ISMAY AND OFFICERS OF TITANIC GO TO EUROPE
3rd May 1912
New York May 3 – In a state of near collapse, J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the International Mercantile Marine, sailed for England yesterday on the White Star Liner Adriatic. He made only this brief statement to the newspaper men....
The Sun (New York) TITANIC WIDOW IN COURT
5th November 1912
Mrs. Natsch Up for Contempt in Suing for Loss of Her Husband --- Mrs. Elizabeth H. Natsch, whose husband, Charles Natsch, went down with the Titanic, had an opportunity before Judge Hough in the United States District...
Chicago Daily News KARL MIDSTJO AND OTHERS ARE TO BE ASKED ABOUT RUMORS OF DISCRIMINATION
22nd April 1912
Third cabin passengers on the lost Titanic who arrive in Chicago during the next few days will be met by representatives of the Immigrants’ Protective league and closely interrogated in regard to treatment received at the hands of officers a...
  THE WHITE STAR LINE

George Henry Preble
THE WHITE STAR LINE, 1870.-The White Star Line was originally composed of a fleet of fast-sailing American clipper-ships, by the "Champion of the Seas," "Blue Jacket," "White Star,"...
THE UNTIMELY DEATH OF JAMES DOBBIN: SHIPWRIGHT Titanica! THE UNTIMELY DEATH OF JAMES DOBBIN: SHIPWRIGHT
23rd May 2012
In a second extract from In Titanic Times Frank Cox considers another of Titanic's early victims....
Elizabeth Daily Journal ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC
16th April 1912
News of Relatives Anxiously Awaited by Families In This City ---------- William E. Carter, 37 years old, of Philadelphia, a nephew of Joseph W. Carter, of 43 South Broad street, a well-known Elizabeth resident, is one of the pas...
New York Times AN UNPLEASANT INCIDENT
17th August 1889
AMERICANS OFFENDED BY A SPEECH BY MR. ISMAY ON THE TEUTONIC ---------- The maiden voyage of the splendid steamer, the Teutonic, of the White Star Line, which arrived at this port on Wednesday, seems to...
Chicago American TITANIC STEERAGE PASSENGERS LEFT TO DIE, SAYS GIRL
25th April 1912
Fears are entertained by Dr. Thomas J. O’Malley, who is attending Miss Annie Kelly, the seventeen-year-old girl survivor of the Titanic, that she will never gain her normal condition as a result of her harrowing experiences when the sh...
  CHICAGOANS SEEK SURVIVORS
19th April 1912
At the local White Star office inquiries were made today for Katherine McCarthy by her brother, John McCarthy, 4634 Wallace street, who is certain she was a passenger on the Titanic and was coming to Chicago. Information regarding Nora Cummin...
NIGHT AND A TITAN Titanica! NIGHT AND A TITAN
10th August 2011
Senan Molony
What did Titanic look like at night?...
TITANIC VICTIM BEING EMBALMED ABOARD MACKAY BENNETT   TITANIC VICTIM BEING EMBALMED ABOARD MACKAY BENNETT
April 1912
An unidentified victim of the Titanic disaster is shown being embalmed on the deck of the cable ship Mackay Bennett. The Mackay Bennett was chartered by the White Star line and departed from Halifax loaded with coff...
Chicago Tribune JUDY MAY GET STAR 'MOLLY BROWN' ROLE
23rd January 1962
Hedda Hopper
LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD Judy May Get Star 'Molly Brown' Role Hollywood, Jan. 22---Judy Garland will star in 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown,' if Freddie Fields get...
Southampton Echo TITANIC SURVIVOR FOUND HANGED
11th January 1965
Mr. Frederick Fleet (76), Titanic survivor-the lookout who said at the Inquiry he could have saved the disaster-was found dead, hanged, at his home in Norman-road, Freemantle, Southampton, yesterday. His brother-in-law with whom he lived, Mr. ...
Jersey Journal BAYONNE MAN SAVED, HOBOKEN BOY LOST
18th April 1912
Joy and Sorrow in Hudson County Homes---Son of Victim Temporarily Insane from Grief ---------- With the latest revision of the lists of saved and lost from the Titanic disaster, joy and sorrow were brought to several ho...
Worcester Telegram FOUR OF THE ASPLUNDS ARE TITANIC VICTIMS
20th April 1912
Searching dilligently in New York Thursday night and all day yesterday at the pier where the rescued passengers of the ill-fated Titanic were delivered Thursday night by the Cunard liner, Carpathia, John Carlson, 193 Vernon Street, a brother-in-law o...
  THE DIARY OF CLIFFORD CREASE
1912
Diary of a crew member who assisted in the recovery of Titanic victims...
New York Times TITANIC TESTS HER SPEED
3rd April 1912
Then She Sails for Southampton to Prepare for Maiden Voyage by Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times LONDON, April 2.—The White Star liner Titanic, which has just been completed by Ha...
Western People WHITE STAR LINER TITANIC, 46,326 TONS. THE LARGEST VESSEL IN THE WORLD.
13th April 1912
The completion of the "Titanic" at Harland and Wolf's great Belfast Ship-building yard marks a further stage in the progress of British shipping and ship building, and in the development of the White Star Line. The construction of two such notable ve...
Whitehaven News LOCAL CONNECTION WITH TITANIC DISASTER
2nd May 1912
The Blackburn Times of the 20th inst. contains the following account of an interview with Mr. James Shepherd, son of the late Mr. Jonathan Shepherd, formerly of Whitehaven, and now residing at Blackburn, whose son, Mr. Jonathan Shepherd, was one of t...
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...
Chicago Tribune LONDON PAPERS ATTACK SMITH
26th April 1912
Several more papers severely attack the American inquiry. The Standard says Senator Smith "is rather less qualified for such a task than any individual picked up in an American street car."  The Morning Post...
Hudson Observer WEST HOBOKEN MAN'S RELATIVES HAVE NOT ABANDONED ALL HOPE
22nd April 1912
Nothing has been heard of John Ashby, listed as second cabin passenger aboard the ill-fated Titanic, and the family, in West Hoboken, with the Rev. Edmund J. Cleveland, would be pleased for any information. No satisfaction can be obtained at the Whit...
New-York Tribune MORGAN SPENDS AN AFTERNOON IN MUD
8th January 1913
It Takes the Adriatic Four Hours to Pull Free in Upper Bay After Having Grounded in Dense Fog --- WARNING FROM BANKER --- He Called Attention to Danger Before Starting---The Hamilton, Which Brought ...
The Sun (New York) MRS. AVA W. ASTOR SAILS
19th May 1912
Leaves for London, but is to Return Here Before Long --- Mrs. Ava Willing Astor, former wife of Col. John Jacob Astor, who was lost in the foundering of the Titanic, sailed yesterday for England by the White Star line...
Washington Times SENATOR GUGGENHEIM GOES TO NEW YORK TO MEET CARPATHIA
17th April 1912
Senator Simon Guggenheim of Colorado, all but despairing of getting any news from his brother Benjamin, who is believed lost with the Titanic, departed for New York this morning to await the arrival of the Carpathia. He has only the faintest hope tha...
Stratford Express THE TITANIC DISASTER
20th April 1912
Mr William Dixon Mackie, fifth engineer on the steamship Titanic, who, it is feared has perished in the wreck of that ill-fated vessel. Mr Mackie, who was 31 years of age, had resided recently when ashore at 2b, Margery Park-road, Forest Gate. ...
Jersey Journal FEAR JERSEY CITY GIRL'S FIANCÉ WENT DOWN WITH THE TITANIC
23rd April 1912
A few hours after the Titanic with hundreds of her passengers and crew went down to their ocean grave a letter was received in this city by Miss Sarah Weir of 173 Clendenny Avenue, from her sweetheart, Peter Sloan, chief electrician of the ill-...
Fulham Chronicle TITANIC STEWARD WAS FULHAM MAN
26th April 1912
One of the stewards on the ill-fated Titanic was a Fulham man and fortunately he is among the saved. His name is Mr. Frank Morris, of 46 Delorne [sic] Street, Fulham Palace Road, and he came of a family long resident and well known in the borou...
New York Times JOHN HARDY
10th October 1953
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- NEW PROVIDENCE, N. J., Oct. 9---John Hardy of 71 Gales Drive, who was chief steward of second class accommodations on the Titanic, died on Wednesday at the home of his son, Ronald M. Hardy, in Maplewood...
Titanic Stories A LUCKY ESCAPE FROM THE TITANIC - FATHER BROWNE
12th May 2011
Titanic Stories
Hear the story of the man who captured unique photos of Titanic before she sank. He was luckily summoned back to his duties instead of going on the maiden voyage....
NOMADIC RETURNS   NOMADIC RETURNS
3rd January 2007
Kathleen Neill
The SS Nomadic is the last White Star Line vessel still afloat and the last real maritime link with Titanic.  Built on No.1 Slip by Harland & Wolff Shipyard, Belfast, and fitted out in the Abercorn Basin, Nomadic a...
San Francisco Chronicle TITANIC CAPTAIN BLAMED FOR WRECK
29th May 1912
Senate Committee Also Scores [sic] Captain of the Steamer Californian. COULD HAVE SAVED ALL. Praise for Carpathia Crew and Gold Medal for her Captain. WASHINGTON. May 28. –The Titanic disaster of April...
Chicago Evening Post CHICAGO HEARS ECHO OF NEW TITANIC WOE
25th April 1912
French Miner From Iowa Arrives Here and Learns Wife and Children Were Lost With the Liner Sons Ignorant of Wreck Passengers at Union Station Take Up Collec...
Chicago Examiner SEEK WORD OF STEWARD
19th April 1912
Mrs. William J. Stroud, 217 East Thirty-first street, besought news of her husband's brother, Harry Stroud, yesterday at the White Star office.  His name does not appear among those saved. "Harry Stroud lived in Southampton with ...
CASSANDRA Voyage CASSANDRA
23rd May 2005
John P. Eaton
(Donaldson Brothers) On 9 April, while eastbound St. John, New Brunswick to Glasgow, Cassandra transmitted a warning of ice at 43 degrees 38’ N. by 49 degrees 16’ W. which was relayed at 2:55 p.m. by the Caledonia to the B...
Worcester Journal NEW PLAY ABOUT JOSEPH BRUCE ISMAY
21st October 2010
NINETY-eight years after she sunk to the bottom of the Atlantic comes a play about the man who was in charge of the Titanic. The Man Who Left the Titanic, a new play by Patrick Prior, is performed at the Norbury Theatre this weekend....
Chicago Record-Herald NEWS ONLY FROM AMERICA
17th April 1912
Writing under the impression that the Titanic was saved, the newspapers call attention to the absence of any dry dock on the American seaboard large enough to accommodate such a vessel....
Chicago American LOSES FAMILY BY WRECK
21st April 1912
Nels Paulsson, a Chicago man living at 940 Thompson street, had learned to-day that he had lost his wife and four little children in the Titanic disaster. Although he knew that his family had embarked on the boat he had delayed making inquiry...
TITANIC BANDMASTER'S VIOLIN MAY BE SOLD Lancashire Telegraph TITANIC BANDMASTER'S VIOLIN MAY BE SOLD
2nd April 2011
Peter Magill
Tests are being carried out on a violin thought to have belonged to Wallace Hartley, who famously played on as the White Star Liner sank in April 1912. And if the instrument turns out to be genuine experts believe it could break the 100,000 record for an artefact from the wreck. ...
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The Daily Banner MET BY STEPSON
19th April 1912
MRS. ASTOR IN GOOD HEALTH DESPITE DEATH RUMORS. New York, April 19. - There were three automobiles to meet Mrs. Astor.  Mr Bobbyn, the colonel's secretary, was on the pier all evening.  Preparations were made to...
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...
Oxford Times LOCAL PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC
20th April 1912
Among those it is feared have lost their lives on the ill-fated vessel, is Mr. Wesley Woodward, of Oxford. Mr. Woodward was the youngest son of Mr. Woodward, of Headington, and a brother of Mr. T. W. Woodward, the well-known tenor singer of Mag...
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 ...
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 ...
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....
OLYMPIC ENTERING THOMPSON GRAVING DOCK The Sphere OLYMPIC ENTERING THOMPSON GRAVING DOCK
30th September 1911
Takes 23,000,000 gallons to fill...
Worcester Evening Gazette MRS ASPLUND AND CHILDREN SAFE IN HOSPITAL AT N.Y.
19th April 1912
Article of Interest...
New York Times SEALBY DEFENDS ISMAY
22nd April 1912
Tribute from Republic’s Captain, Who Served Father and Son 25 Years --- Special to The New York Times ...
Washington Times LIST OF WASHINGTONIANS ON FATED STEAMER GROWS
16th April 1912
As the list of passengers sailing from Southampton on the Titanic last Wednesday is made more complete, the list of Washingtonians known to have been on board grows larger. The list now contains the names of five Washingtonians who make this city the...
Chicago Tribune ANOTHER CHICAGOAN STILL FEARS
21st April 1912
Some Chicagoans do not know yet whether their relatives were saved by the Carpathia or not.  Edward Manion, who lives at 1848 Lincoln avenue, does not know whether his sister, Miss Margaret Manion, Castle Bar, Ireland, is on her way to Chicag...
Voyage TUNISIAN
12th November 2005
John P. Eaton
Eastbound, St. John, New Brunswick to Liverpool. On 10 April reported heavy ice in the vicinity of an area that was later the disaster site. Port of Registry: Glasgow ...
TOP 10 TITANIC LEGENDS Titanic Stories TOP 10 TITANIC LEGENDS
8th July 2011
Speculation, exaggeration, propaganda and lies! Titanic has inspired many tall tales but what is really true and whats not?...
The Washington Times DIAZ STARTS BACK TO MEXICAN HOME
10th March 1913
Former President, Forced Into Exile by Madero, Will Aid Victorious Nephew --- ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, March 10---Don Porfirio Diaz, former President of Mexico, who was exiled when Madero come into power, today started back to...
THE TWO PENNIES : A TRUE STORY FROM THE TITANIC Titanic Review THE TWO PENNIES : A TRUE STORY FROM THE TITANIC
21st May 2012
Ed Coghlan
Ed Coghlan reviews Susie Millar's memoir of her great grandfather Thomas Millar who helped to construct the Titanic and died on her....
New York Times OVERCOME BY GOOD NEWS
17th April 1912
One of the first to appear at the office of the (White Star) company was Edward Frauenthal, of 786 Lexington Ave., who had two brothers on the Titanic, Dr. Hyman and J.C. Frauenthal. Both are reported saved. When he was told that his brothers' names ...
The Mercury (Hobart) TITANIC TRAGEDY--BROADCAST PLAY--CAPTAIN ROSTRON'S PROTEST
25th February 1932
TITANIC TRAGEDY --- Broadcast Play --- Captain Rostron's Protest --- LONDON, February 23. --- Captain Sir Arthur Henry Rostron who was commander of the liner Carpathla, ...
Ormskirk Advertiser AN ORMSKIRK VICTIM
18th April 1912
The name of Mr. Walter Brown, of Ormskirk, appears in the list of those missing from the ill-fated ship. Mr. Brown, who was 39 years of age, is the youngest brother of Mr. Wm. Brown, grocer, of Moor-street, and had been a steward for the last t...
TITANIC LAUNCH TICKET   TITANIC LAUNCH TICKET
31st May 1911
An extremely rare example of a ticket to the launch of the Titanic Launch of t...
The Evening Telegram WON'T AFFECT STOCK MARKET
16th April 1912
Even John Jacob Astor is Not a Power in Financial World......
Chicago Tribune TITANIC STRUCK ON CLEAR NIGHT
18th April 1912
Story of Parisian Operator Deepens Mystery of Disaster to White Star Line Warning Was Repeated Secrecy of Wireless Messages Pertaining to Wreck Maintained by Capt. Haines Halifax, N. S., April 17—...
Chicago Daily News LINER OLYMPIC HITS A WRECK
27th February 1912
Ship Due at Southampton on Its Way To Belfast for Repairs. Belfast, Ireland, Feb. 27---The White Star liner Olympic, which left New York on Wednesday and was due in Southampton today, stru...
Worcester Evening Gazette SAYS ISMAY CHOSE OWN BOAT CREW
20th April 1912
New York- April 19- According to Mrs. W.J. Cardeza, of Philadelphia, after she had arrived at the Ritz-Carlton with T.D.M. Cardeza, J.Bruce Ismay was not only safely seated in a lifeboat before it was filled, but he also selected the crew that rowed ...
Chicago Evening Post ASSERTS CELTIC SAVED TWO FROM THE TITANIC
22nd April 1912
Indiana Man Declares Officer and Woman Steerage Passenger Were Rescued Muncie, Ind., April 22—That the White Star liner Celtic, which followed closely in the path of the ill-fated Titanic, picked up an officer and a wom...
New York Times SURVIVOR SAYS ISMAY RULED IN TITANIC'S BOATS
26th June 1915
Managing Director Had Charge Of Their Launching, Testifies Karl H. Behr....
Toronto Daily Star JUST BEFORE SMASH HAYS SAID DISASTER
19th April 1912
Canadian Press Despatch New York, April 19.---Col Gracie, U. S. A. who was the sole survivor of those who went down with the Titanic, and was rescued, gave this remarkable statement last night:...
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...
  WILLIAM MCMASTER MURDOCH

Mark Garfien
William McMaster Murdoch was born 28th February 1873 in Dalbeattie, Scotland. He was the fourth of seven children of Captain Samuel Murdoch and his wife Jeanie. The Murdochs had been a ...
Unidentified Newspaper TITANIC MODEL BEFORE COMMISSION
May 1912
A 20-foot model of the Titanic, carrying 16 miniature lifeboats, and a big chart of the North Atlantic were prominently displayed before the investigators....
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,...
New York Times LINER CEDRIC IN PORT
21st February 1903
The largest steamship ever constructed slowly made her way, last evening between 6 and 8 o'clock, up New York Bay and the North River to the White Star piers at the foot of Banks Street. The huge vessel was the new transatlant...
New York Times INSIST TORPEDO SANK HER
28th January 1917
Hospital Ship Britannic Survivors Say Propellers Killed 45 Men --- Several survivors of the hospital ship Britannic, which was sunk in the Aegean Sea, were among the crew of the Adriatic, which arrived here...
New York Times THE NIGHTMARE OF APRIL 14, 1912
20th November 1955
Review...
  LETTER WRITTEN BY MISS BRIDGET DELIA HENERY TO MRS. M. S. CURLEY, HER AUNT IN USA
5th April 1912
Clonown, Athlone, Ireland. Friday 5th My Dear Aunt, Just a line to let you know that I am to leave Athlone on Wednesday 10th April. I hope to God that we will get there all right. The ship...
SURVIVOR FROM “TITANIC” Hampshire Chronicle SURVIVOR FROM “TITANIC”
27th April 1912
A Newhaven A.B. Who Has Faced Many Perils of the Deep Mr Will Clifford Weller, who was an able...
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...
Voyage LORD CROMER
9th January 2005
John P. Eaton
Departed Stockton-on Tees, England 14 March, 1912 on her maiden voyage bound for Louisburg, Nova Scotia, in ballast. During her crossing she was badly damaged by ice and after 19 days of a voyage which should have taken no mor...
Chicago Daily Tribune SALAVAGE SHIP ACTIVE WHERE TITANIC SANK
1st August 1953
A British salvage vessel, the Help, was reported today using heavy explosives in the north Atlantic roughly over the spot where the Titanic sank in 1912.  Nothing could be learned of the nature of the ship's activities, first reported ...
Newark Star SIX BULLET HOLES TITANIC MEMENTOES
23rd April 1912
Survivor Tells of Being Shot at by Officers While Entering Lifeboat --- WILKES BARRE, [sic] Pa., April 22---The story of having been shot at by officers on the Titanic when he sought to enter a lifeboat when the great liner was going...
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...
Honolulu Star-Bulletin HILO RESIDENT TITANIC VICTIM
28th September 1912
HILO, Sept. 27---Though the Titanic disaster took place many months ago it has been within the last few days that news has come to the effect that a former resident of this city was among the victims of the great tragedy in...
The Times LORD PIRRIE - DOMINANT FIGURE IN SHIPBUILDING
9th June 1924
PEACE AND WAR SERVICES ...
Southern Daily Echo DEATH OF MR EDWARD FLAHERTY
6th February 1940
Survivor of the Titanic Death of Mr Edward Flaherty Half a century at sea The death has taken place at the Royal Hants and Southampton Hospital of Mr Edward Fla...
The Times SURVIVORS OF THE CREW AT PLYMOUTH
29th April 1912
DETENTION FOR THE TAKING OF EVIDENCE A strange welcome awaited the surviving members of the crew of the Titanic on their arrival at Plymouth today. Instead of a popular demonstration of sympathy and b...
New-York Tribune J. P. MORGAN SAILS ON THE BALTIC
14th March 1907
Reported Conference with Railroad Presidents---Steamer Sinks Barge --- J. Pierpont Morgan sailed for Europe yesterday on the The White Star Liner Baltic. It was said would probably be away for several months, it was...
The Sun (New York) THINKS HE SAW CAPT. SMITH
21st July 1921
Retired Mariner Who Has Been Ill Makes Statement --- Baltimore, Md., July 20--The statement that Capt. E. J. Smith, commander of the ill fated Titanic, was not drowned, but was seen yesterday morning in Baltimore...
TITANIC SURVIVOR ALFRED WHITE   TITANIC SURVIVOR ALFRED WHITE

Photograph of Titanic survivor Alfred White taken from a c.1920 identity card ...
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 Evening Post BRITISH INQUIRY INTO TITANIC TRAGEDY BEGINS
2nd May 1912
Based on 26 Questions and Much Like That of Our Senate LONDON, May 2 – Lord Mersey in his capacity as wreck commissioner and five assessors who...
THE STATISTICS OF THE DISASTER Titanica! THE STATISTICS OF THE DISASTER
14th February 2001
Lester Mitcham
An in-depth analysis of the number of Titanic passengers lost and saved....
Totnes Times & Devon News THE LOCAL PASSENGERS
20th April 1912
The Countess of Rothes, who was on board the Titanic, which has sunk in the North Atlantic, is among the passengers reported as safe. She is a daughter-in-law of Mrs. Leslie-Leslie, of Adelphi Terrace, Paignton. Definite information on the su...
New York Times COL. WILSON POTTER
13th June 1946
Big-Game Hunter Obtained Heads for Smithsonian Institution --- PHILADELPHIA, June 12 (AP)---Col. Wilson Potter, big-game hunter and University of Pennsylvania football star in 1906 and 1907, died last night at his home here after a long...
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] ---------- ...
Evening Bulletin HAD PREMONITION OF DISASTER
17th April 1912
Nurse in Home of Mrs. J. B. Earnshaw Distrusted Early Despatches of Safety of Passengers --- A curious instance of the premonitions which are communicated to members of a family or even a household in time of disaster, was illustrated i...
The Gazette (Montreal) LAURENTIC'S RECEPTION
11th May 1909
The first of the official receptions on the White Star-Dominion R. M. S. Laurentic takes place today, when a luncheon will be provided, to which the following, amongst others, are the invited guests: Sir Wilfred Laurier, ...
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 ...
AN 'OLYMPIC' CLASS PROPULSION SYSTEM Titanica! AN 'OLYMPIC' CLASS PROPULSION SYSTEM
25th June 2001
Mark Chirnside
How the White Star Line's greatest ships were propelled....
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...
New York Times EXPLORER RICE BACK; SAW WHITE INDIANS
11th July 1925
Rare Amazonian Tribe Spoke Language of Their Own, Doctor Declares --- DISCOVERED BY HINTON --- Naval Filer Made Perilous Flight Over 75-Mile Jungle---Party Met Many Hardships --- Dr. Alexander Hamilton Rice, ...
  THE LAURENTIC/MEGANTIC EXPERIMENT

The Olympic-class liners were fitted with two triple expansion engines, which powered the port and starboard propellers, and a low-pressure turbine, which powered the center propeller. This propulsion system was first tested on the White Star s...
New York Times WIRELESS JOKER AT SEA
13th January 1906
Passengers of the Baltic All Stirred Up by Fake Dispatches --- When the White Star liner Baltic, in yesterday from Liverpool, was two days out of Queenstown, some one who was characterized by the officers ...
Worcester Evening Post NO HOPE FOR MORE SURVIVORS
16th April 1912
ST. JOHNS , N.F. April 16.- All hope that any of the passengers or members of the crew of the Titanic, other than those on the Carpathia, are alive was abandoned this afternoon. All the steamers which have been cruising in the vi...
St Ives Times HAYLE MAN'S NARRATIVE

TRIBUTE TO A KIND HEARTED CAPTAIN...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle TO SUE FOR CLOTHES LOST ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Baron Alfred von Drachstedt Contemplates Action to Recover for Wardrobe....
The World Evening Edition (New York) MRS. JOHN ASTOR SAILS FOR HER ENGLISH HOME
2nd May 1914
Says Goodby in Three Languages and That Her Son, Vincent, Is Feeling Fine --- Mrs. John Astor sailed at noon to-day for England on the White Star liner Oceanic. She was accompanied by her daughter Alice Muriel and a numb...
TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS   TITANIC AFTERMATH - A PLAY IN THREE ACTS

Authored by Michael B. Wehrli, Michael B. Wehrli Based on the Senate Hearing transcrip...
New York Times MORGAN HOPEFUL FOR OUR STOCKS
23rd March 1907
Tells a Doubtful Fellow-Traveler He'll Change His Mind About Them --- A BIG DECLINE YESTERDAY --- Erie Issues Lead It-Dividend on the Second Preferred May Be Passed---Gold Coming Soon --- Special Cabl...
Unidentified Newspaper DIGBY COUNTY AND THE TITANIC DISASTER...

Question: What do the sinking of the Titanic and Digby County have in common? Answer: The rescue ship, Carpathia's Chief Officer was Thomas W. Hankinson. Thomas William Hankinson, born 1857, was ...
New York Times HUGE WAVE SWEEPS OCEANIC
29th November 1906
Captain Thrown from the Bridge and Left Unconscious --- While plowing her way through the worst weather met with on the North Atlantic lane in many months, the White Star liner Oceanic, in last night from Liverpool, was boarded...
Evanston Daily News NO EVANSTONIANS ABOARD
16th April 1912
There were no Evanstonians aboard the ship. Arthur Ryerson and family, formerly of Lake Forest and well known in local social circles were among the passengers. All are reported saved except Mr. Ryerson.  Mrs. Ida S. Hippach and daughter Jean...
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 ...
RITZ RESTAURANT  STAFF ON THE TITANIC Titanica! RITZ RESTAURANT STAFF ON THE TITANIC
19th September 2005
Brian J. Ticehurst
ON BOARD the Titanic was what must have been the finest Restaurant in the world. The Ritz Restaurant (as it was called) was situated on B deck and was for the exclusive use of First Class passengers only. Th...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle TELLS OF ISMAY'S ESCAPE
19th April 1912
Carpathia Passenger Saw White Star manager Land From Lifeboat....
The Mercury (Hobart) THE TITANIC'S COMMANDER
25th April 1912
BRISBANE, April 24 For some time past there has been in Brisbane Captain Anning, who at one time was commander of the White Star liner Persic, trading to Australia. He said, in...
HENRY WILDE IN WHITE UNIFORM   HENRY WILDE IN WHITE UNIFORM

Henry Tingle Wilde pictured in Summer White uniform...
TITANIC CONNECTIONS WITH LIVERPOOL   TITANIC CONNECTIONS WITH LIVERPOOL

Titanic, Carpathia, Californian were all Liverpool registered ships. The Titanic was scheduled to visit the port on the voyage from Belfast to Southampton but this was cancelled almost at the last minute....
Belfast Newsletter BELFAST FIREMAN'S FORTUNATE ESCAPE
26th April 1912
The story of a fireman's fortunate escape from sailing in the ill-fated White Star liner Titanic was told yesterday in the Belfast Custody Court, when, before Sir Andrew Newton-Brady, RM, [Resident Magistrate] Patrick Morgan...
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 WILLIAM PERINES CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY Berkshire County Eagle THE WILLIAM PERINES CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY
29th January 1947
newspaper photo...
New York Times FOR BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL (1)
24th October 1913
Fountain to Titanic Victims to be Erected Near White House --- WASHINGTON, Oct. 23---Plans will be completed in the near future for the dedication of a fountain erected south of the White House in honor of the memories ...
Hudson Observer CRAZED WITH GRIEF BY FATHER'S DEATH
18th April 1912
Jersey City Man Whose Father was Aboard the Titanic Taken Into Custody---Driven to the verge of insanity by the thought that his father in allprobability went down with the ill-fated Titanic, Frank Myles, 29 yearsold, liv...
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...
UNIQUE TITANIC LETTER FROM DAY OF COLLISION TO BE SOLD Titanic News UNIQUE TITANIC LETTER FROM DAY OF COLLISION TO BE SOLD
31st March 2014
A letter written by a Titanic survivor on board the Titanic on the day of the collision is to be auctioned......
New York Times C. H. LIGHTOLLER,78, OFFICER ON TITANIC
9th December 1952
Sole Ranking Member of Crew to Survive Disaster Dies---Aided Dunkerque Evacuation --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Dec. 8 --- Comdr. Charles Herbert Lightoller, the only officer of the White Star liner Titanic...
ISMAY'S DREAM   ISMAY'S DREAM
29th September 2011
Belfast musician records Titanic themed album...
A CAPTAIN'S CAREER Voyage A CAPTAIN'S CAREER
23rd August 2005
John P. Eaton
  “When anyone asks me how I can best describe my experience in nearly 40 years at sea, I merely say- uneventful.  Of course there have been winter storms and gales and fog and the like, but in a...
Chicago Record-Herald FISHING BOATS NEAR
18th April 1912
Hope that some of the passengers of the Titanic not taken on board the Carpethia may have been saved was revived late tonight when the captain of the freighter Ultonia of the Phoenix Line, which docked about midnight, reported that he passed al...
New York Times JAMES CLINCH SMITH
16th April 1912
Brother-in-Law of Stanford White---Well-Known Sportsman --- James Clinch Smith, a brother-in-law of the late Stanford White, is well known as a sportsman and in society circles both in this city and in Paris. Until May, 1911, when he r...
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 am...
Oxford Illustrated JOHN WESLEY WOODWARD
24th April 1912
MR WOODWARD was the youngest son of Mrs Woodward of Headington, and a brother of Mr. T. W. Woodward, the well-known tenor singer of Magdalen College Choir, living in Oakthorpe Road, Oxford. Mr. Wesley Woodward left Oxford about a fortnight ago to joi...
New York Times INSANE WOMAN DEPORTED
12th September 1907
Miss Hyman, Who Came to Visit Her Brother, Had Suicidal Mania --- Closely guarded to prevent her carrying out her suicidal mania, Miss Jessie Hyman, a well-dressed woman about 28 yours old; was deported yesterday on the White Star ...
TITANIC II MODEL TESTING MARKS NEW MILESTONE Titanic News TITANIC II MODEL TESTING MARKS NEW MILESTONE
19th September 2013
Philip Hind
An important stage has been reached in Australian Clive Palmer's ambitious and controversial plan to create a Titanic replica....
The San Francisco Call RELATIVES HERE AWAIT TIDINGS
16th April 1912
John Bartholomew, son of John Bartholomew, head of the commissary of the Titanic, is staying at the St. Francis. Young Bartholomew is a traveling agent of a large linen house of England and is here on one of his regular ...
New-York Tribune CAME TO SEE COL. GRACIE
8th December 1912
Titanic Survivor Learns of Friend's Death on Landing --- R. W. Daniel. who jumped from the stern of the Titanic as the great White Star liner plunged to the bottom on the morning of April 15 last, arrived her...
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...
New York Times OLYMPIC CARRIES PIRRIE'S BODY HOME
14th June 1924
White Star Liner Was Biggest Ship Ever Built in Viscount’s Yards --- DIED ON WAY FROM TROPICS --- Great Shipbuilder, Near Death, Insisted on Being Carried Out to See Panama Canal --- The body of Viscount Pir...
Western Times MR. BRUCE ISMAY : ARRIVAL AT LIVERPOOL: A HEARTY RECEPTION
13th May 1912
The “Adriatic! Arrived at Liverpool on Saturday, having on board Mr. Bruce Ismay and some other survivors of the “Titanic” disaster.  A large crowd assembled, including Press representatives from London, Paris, and the Pr...
Asbury Park Evening Press CAPT SMITH UNCLE OF RED BANK MAN
17th April 1912
Capt. E. J. Smith, R. S., who was in charge of the Titanic, was an uncle of Alex. Smith of White street, Red Bank. The latter Mr. Smith has been a resident of Red Bank for some time, conducting a garage in White street, near Broad street. He stated...
Inverness Courier THE ESCAPE OF THE TITANIC
16th April 1912
There will be widespread relief that we have not today to chronicle what would probably have been the greatest ocean disaster in history. ...
Western Daily Mercury STEWARDESSES INTERVIEWED
30th April 1912
Shortly before the special train steamed out of the docks, two of the stewardesses who are returning to their homes – Mrs. Gold and Mrs. Martin granted a brief interview, in which they narrated their experiences. They were first-class stewarde...
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...
New York Times LADY PIRRIE MAY HEAD HARLAND & WOLFF, THE GREAT BRITISH SHIPBUILDING FIRM
17th July 1924
Copyright, 1924, by The New York Times Company --- By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 16---It is the general belief in shipping circles that Lady Pirrie will assume the post of President of the great shipbu...
New York Times PRESIDENT'S SON STAR AT RECITAL
21st April 1907
Quentin Roosevelt, Miss Young's Pupil, Renders Three Numbers on the Piano --- [Two irrelevant subheadlines omitted.] --- Special to The New York Times --- WASHINGTON, April 20---[Ei...
OLYMPIC'S MAIDEN STOP IN CHERBOURG   OLYMPIC'S MAIDEN STOP IN CHERBOURG
14th June 1911
Note handwritten date: 14 June 1911 (1st stop)...
CALEDONIA Voyage CALEDONIA
11th June 2005
John P. Eaton
Anchor Line On 9 April at 2:55 p.m. Caledonia, eastbound New York-Glasgow, relayed to Bulgaria an ice warning received earlier from Cassandra. Port of Registry: Glasgow Flag of ...
Elizabeth Daily Journal ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (1)
16th April 1912
News of Relatives Anxiously Awaited by Families In This City ---------- SCHOOL FLAGS ORDERED AT HALF-MAST ---------- Fred Jefferies, of 21B Florida street, is anxiously awaiting word of his sister, two b...
Toronto Daily Star I CAN ROW, BUT LET A WOMAN GET INTO BOAT
19th April 1912
Newspaper article...
The Sun (New York) HAS GYROSCOPIC COMPASS
8th September 1912
Olympic Will Be Navigated in Usual Manner, However --- The White Star liner Olympic, which sailed yesterday for Southampton, carried in the motor room just back of the bridge a gyroscopic compass, an invention of...
BULGARIA Voyage BULGARIA
24th June 2005
John P. Eaton
(aka Canada, Hercules, Philippines,Drachtenstein) Hamburg-Amerika Line On Tuesday, April 9, while traveling westbound Hamburg-Southampton-Baltimore, received a wireless message from the Caledonia ...
Voyage WALLASEY
30th October 2004
John P. Eaton
Wallasey assisted during Titanic’s sea trials and launch on May 31, 1911 and stood by on her sea trials out of Belfast on 2 April, 1912. Port of Registry: Liverpool Flag of Regi...
Southern Evening Echo OLD POSTCARD STIRS TITANIC MEMORY
9th December 1952
Titanic postcard read "Everything very fine up to now. No sickness anywhere. The ship is wonderful. Wished you could have come"...
The San Francisco Call LORD PIRRIE'S WIFE TO VISIT THE WEST
2nd June 1912
Morgan's Partner and Ship Builder Keenly Affected by Titanic Disaster --- By LADY MARY MANWARING --- (Copyrighted 1912) --- LONDON, June 1.---Lady Pirrie, wife of the great Irish shipbuilder, ...
New York Times BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL
31st May 1912
President Taft and Washington Friends Raise Funds for a Tablet --- WASHINGTON, May 30---President Taft, members of the Diplomatic Corps in Washington, and many high Government officials have contributed to a fund of several thousand dol...
Washington Herald MAJ. BUTT' S PLACE NOT YET FILLED
21st April 1912
President Taft Has Not Asked War Department to Fill Vacancy as Chief Aid --- President Taft has not yet asked the War Department to detail a chief White House aid to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Maj. Butt. The War Department ...
Chicago Record-Herald NIAGARA NEAR TITANIC'S FATE
17th April 1912
French Liner Arrives Under Own Power After Striking Iceberg. New York, April 16—Close to where the Titanic sank the new French line steamer Niagara on the night of April 10 crashed into an ice field and sent out a wi...
New York Times J. P. MORGAN AS A GRANDPA
23rd November 1905
Eager as a Boy to Meet the Home-Coming Hamilton Children --- When the White Star steamship Oceanic reacher [sic] her pier from Liverpool yesterday morning the most eagerly expectant person awaiting her was J. Pierpont Morgan, who was t...
Washington Times ACTOR IS WORRIED OVER FATE OF MAN ON UNFORTUNATE SHIP
17th April 1912
"Rene is safe; am uncertain about Harry; will wire you definite information as soon as received." This is the only comforting word received by Frank McIntyre, now appearing at the National Theater in “Snobs” and his company, which is...
CAPTAIN LORD IN SUMMER WHITES ABOARD A LEYLAND LINER   CAPTAIN LORD IN SUMMER WHITES ABOARD A LEYLAND LINER

Port Jefferson Echo A FRIGHTFUL DISASTER
20th April 1912
J. CLINCH SMITH NOT SAVED James Clinch Smith, of Smithtown, one of the passengers of the steamship Titanic, whose name is not reported among the survivors, was well known on Long Island as a sportsman and society man. ...
JACKAL Voyage JACKAL
5th December 2004
John P. Eaton
While Titanic was outfitting, Jackal served as an auxiliary vessel moored alongside, her generator providing light and power aboard the ship for the outfitting workers. Also used as a yard tug. ...
Hudson Observer UNION HILL WOMAN SAYS BAND DIDN'T PLAY ON TITANIC
20th April 1912
---------- Miss Elizabeth Dowdell Heard Only the Cries and Sobs of the Passengers as the White Star Liner Went Down at Sea ---------- Miss Elizabeth Dowdell, 30 years old, of 215 Park avenue, Union Hill, one of the Tit...
Washington Herald MAJ. BUTT TOLD FRIENDS HE HAD FEAR OF MISHAP
17th April 1912
Remarks of the President's Aid Before Going Abroad Are Recalled --- President Taft yesterday made earnest efforts to obtain news of Maj. Archibald Butt, his military aid. He communicated two or three times with the White Star offices i...
New York Times TWO MEN HURT ON OLYMPIC
25th January 1912
President Ismay Sails on Her to Return on New Titanic...
Times-Tribune 50 YEARS AFTER: A MEMORY OF THE TITANIC
1962
Rosemary Mossien
BY ROSEMARY MOSSIEN Vivid memories of the horror of the sinking of the "unsinkable" ocean liner Titanic 50 years ago April 15 are recalled by Mrs. John Black, 11 Kay Terrace, only Rochesterian who is a survivor of the tragedy....
New York Evening Journal ASTOR TO DYNAMITE TITANIC
20th April 1912
A plan to blow up the wreckage of the Titanic with a powerful explosive in order to recover the body of John Jacob Astor, one of the passengers who was carried down, is being seriously considered to-day by Vincent Astor, son of the late Colonel....
99TH ANNIVERSARY OF TITANIC'S SINKING COMMEMORATED IN BELFAST Titanic Stories 99TH ANNIVERSARY OF TITANIC'S SINKING COMMEMORATED IN BELFAST
16th May 2011
15th April 2011 was the 99th anniversary of Titanics foundering after hitting an iceberg in mid Atlantic. In towns and cities throughout the world, the event is remembered in simple ceremonies. ...
Chicago Tribune THOMAS FOLEY'S BROTHER GONE
20th April 1912
            Thomas Foley, 3157 Harrison street, a street car conductor, a well built young man, with an unspoiled Irish burr in his speech, called to ask if the ...
  60 OF TITANIC DEAD TO BE BURIED TO-DAY
1912
Speedy Interment of Many Unidentified Bodies in Halifax Becomes Necessary --- SEARCH IN MORGUE KEEPS UP --- Funeral Ship Minia, Which Picks Up 15, Ordered to Report No...
THE BOXHALL LETTERS Voyage THE BOXHALL LETTERS
23rd May 2005
Joe Carvalho & Shelley Dziedzic
The following five letters, written to Mr. Joe Carvalho of Massaschusetts by Commander Joseph G. Boxhall span the time period of April 1961 through July of 1962, and reveal the sentiments of the Titanic officer r...
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...
Atlantic City Daily Press COUSIN OF CITY CLERK DONNELLY AMONG RESCUED
17th April 1912
Elmer Taylor, Paper Cup Manufacturer, Mrs. Thos. Potter, Mrs. Boulton Earnshaw (Olive Potter) and Miss Hayes Are Safe On Carpathia ---------- COTTAGE SECTION HERE IN FERMENT ---------- Many Atlantic City people ...
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...
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...
Voyage ALEXANDRA TOWING CO. : ALEXANDRA
14th November 2004
John P. Eaton
Alexandra Towing Co., Ltd. Alexandra assisted during Titanic’s launch on 31 May, 1911 and during her sea trails Port o...
Chicago Tribune JUST MISSED TITANIC'S FATE: TEUTONIC VEERS OFF ICEBERG
28th October 1913
JUST MISSED TITANIC'S FATE: TEUTONIC VEERS OFF ICEBRG By Quick Reversal of Engines and with Helm Hard Aport Liner Grazes Huge...
The Toronto World C. M. HAYS' CAREER
17th April 1912
When the White Star Liner Titanic struck an iceberg, it is feared Charles Melville Hays, president and general manager of the Grand Trunk Railway and the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad was carried down with the doomed steamer.  Mr. Hays had been in...
S.S. CHICAGO   S.S. CHICAGO

As she could not stand the idea of sailing again on a British liner, Mme Laroche decided that she would return in France on a French ship. She chose the French Line S.S. Chicago. She and her two daughters landed in Le Havre on 1 May 1912....
TITANIC MEMORABILIA Titanic Stories TITANIC MEMORABILIA

Titanic Stories
A scratched and pitted piece of wood from a staircase. A china-faced doll with a tattered dress. A piece of coal lifted from two miles below the ocean surface. All these are highly desirable items if they are connected with one source the Titanic....
Chicago American ISMAY ASKS TO LEAVE THE WRECK PROBE
24th April 1912
Washington, April 24---The Senate investigating committee probing the Titanic horror today declined to act on a new request by J. Bruce Ismay,  managing director of the White Star Line, that owned the ill-fated ship, to quit t...
The Times HARLAND, SIR EDWARD J.
25th December 1895
OBITUARY --- SIR EDWARD HARLAND, M.P. Sir Edward James Harland, Bart., M. P. for North Belfast, died suddenly yesterday morning at his residence, Glenfarne-hall, Enniskillen. He was found dead in bed. Except for a chill...
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 ...
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...
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...
The Sun (New York) J. P. MORGAN HOME AGAIN
25th July 1912
As Usual, Financier Refuses to Discuss Any Subject --- J. Pierpont Morgan returned from Europe yesterday on the White Star liner Olympic, He was met at Quarantine by his son. J. P. Morgan. Jr., who went down to Q...
Voyage KURA
19th December 2004
John P. Eaton
Kura Steamship Co., Ltd. (Stephens, Sutton & Stephens, Managers.) (Westbound, Bremerhaven to New York via St. John’s Newfoundland) On 18 March encountered ice at 42 degrees N. 47 degrees ...
New York Times TO HOLD ISMAY TO THE END
22nd April 1912
Senate Committee Decides on That Course Sailor's Weird Tale Special to The New York Times WASHINGTON, April 21. Chairman Smith of the Senate Subcommittee investigating th...
New York Times SCREEN: SINKING OF THE TITANIC
17th December 1958
Review...
ON ROOTING ABOUT IN A SWEDISH TITANIC FAMILY TREE Titanica! ON ROOTING ABOUT IN A SWEDISH TITANIC FAMILY TREE
10th May 2002
Alan Ruffman
The search for geneaological data relating to the Palaeo-DNA Project...
The Times THE TITANIC: MR ISMAY'S RETURN
13th May 1912
The Adriatic arrived at Liverpool on Saturday with Mr Bruce Ismay and other survivors of the disaster to the Titanic on board. A large crowd had assembled at the landing stage to meet the vessel. One of the White Star Company&rsq...
New York Times CARPATHIA SUNK; 5 OF CREW KILLED
20th July 1918
215 Saved from Cunard Liner, Which Is Sent Down Off the Coast of Ireland --- HIT BY THREE TORPEDOES --- Was Bound for an American Port to Take Some More Soldiers to the Other Side --- Copyight, 1918, by The N...
TITANIC AT 100: A PERSONAL JOURNEY Titanica! TITANIC AT 100: A PERSONAL JOURNEY
22nd April 2012
Malcolm Bowen Niedner, Jr.
As Malcolm Niedner looked through a set of family negatives he discovered a new image of a four-funneled ocean liner... Titanic!...
New York Times 3 OF RICE'S PARTY BACK FROM AMAZON
4th October 1924
Mrs. Rice, Professor and Mrs. Strong Return---Others in Expedition Go On --- STUDYING TROPICAL DISEASE --- Hope to Explore Regions in Brazil Never Before Traversed by White Men --- Among the passengers who ar...
Washington Herald ISMAY LEFT SHIP AT WOMEN'S PLEA
19th April 1912
White Star Official Described as Refusing to Enter Boat at First --- New York, April 18---J. [sic] D. M. Cardeza, of Philadelphia, who was among the rescued passengers of the Titanic, told how he said he witnessed Bruce Ismay’s departu...
Cleveland Plain Dealer SAYS MUSICIANS KNELT AS THEY PLAYED HYMN
20th April 1912
Mrs Ada M Clarke, one of the survivors, went to the White Star offices today to arrange for her passage back home to Southampton, England. Her husband, Charles S. Clarke, with whom she was on her way to California to make her...
WHY DID WHITE STAR SETTLE WITH WHITELEY? Titanica! WHY DID WHITE STAR SETTLE WITH WHITELEY?
26th April 2004
Senan Molony
Steward's sensational claims were never tested in court....
Chicago Tribune LOSS OF TITANIC PREDICTED - CAPTAIN SMITH
18th April 1912
Capt. Smith Declared to Friends He Would Sink with the Vessel A woman living here whose husband is an officer on the White Star liner Irishman, tells an incident about the steamship Olympic, at the time commanded by ...
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 J. P. MORGAN SAILS; IS GOING TO EGYPT
31st December 1911
No Worry in Washington, Where He Is to Testify Some Time About Steel and Money --- NOT ON PASSENGER LIST --- Lords Deceis [sic; should be "Decies"] and Camoys, with Their American Brides, Also on th...
  CHARLES EDWARD GOODWIN BAPTISM
29th May 1904
When Baptised Child's Christian Name Parents Christian Names...
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND A STAR REPORTER Toronto Daily Star MAJOR PEUCHEN AND A STAR REPORTER
23rd April 1912
"Major A. G. Peuchen on his arrival in Toronto, after his rescue from the Titanic.  He is facing the reader, and was snapped as he was about to enter an automobile."...
Chicago Daily Journal ONLY ONE OF IRISH PARTY BOUND FOR CHICAGO LIVES
19th April 1912
Of the five members of a party that included the Burke family, who left Castlebar, Ireland, to come to America, there was only one aboard the Carpathia when it crept up to its dock in New York. She was Annie Kelly, 16 years old. Her si...
Washington Times MRS. CANDEE TELLS OF TRAGIC SCENES AS STEAMER SANK
19th April 1912
Washington Woman Says Officers Demanded That Women Go First --- By GORDON MACKAY, Staff Correspondent --- NEW YORK, April 19---From the feeble, trembling lips of an aged woman comes the story that tears away the veil of my...
New York Times NO WIRELESS ORDER TO HOLD BACK NEWS
27th April 1912
Sea Gate Operator Explains the Messages to Bride and Cottam on the Carpathia --- SHIP THEN IN THE HARBOR --- "Keep Your Mouth Shut" Not Official, but Friendly Words of One Operator to Another ---...
HONOUR & GLORY: CROWING TIME! Titanica! HONOUR & GLORY: CROWING TIME!
20th August 2007
Senan Molony
WE KNOW well the allegorical figures of Honour and Glory… They appear as heraldic supporters to the clock located in the alcove atop&nb...
Washington Herald CLAIMS MRS. GAGE SUFFERS PARANOIA
18th April 1912
Dr. William A. White Testifies Concerning Examination of Defendant in Insanity Case --- Dr. William A. White, Superintendent of the Government Hospital for the Insane, testified yesterday afternoon before Justice Barnard and a jury, giv...
East Kent Gazette A CANADIAN REFERENCE
4th May 1965
A reference to Miss Buss is made in the Toronto Daily Star of April 20th, as the following extract will show:- ''Special to the 'Star' by a staff reporter - New York, April 20th - What happened at the regular Sunday service on board th...
New-York Tribune ASTORS SAIL FOR EGYPT
25th January 1912
The Astors are bound for Egypt on account of Mrs. Astor's health......
  MRS. FLEGENHEIMER OVERVIEW

Michael Poirier
A researcher on Ancestry.com has identified the following info on the elusive Mrs. Flegenheimer *She was born circa 1871 to Wm. Wendt and Pauline Wagner *Her 1891 address was 135 E58 St *She was married to Alfre...
RACING THROUGH THE NIGHT : OLYMPIC'S ATTEMPT TO REACH TITANIC Titanic Review RACING THROUGH THE NIGHT : OLYMPIC'S ATTEMPT TO REACH TITANIC
17th November 2011
Michael Poirier
The story of Olympic's abortive 350 mile dash to save Titanic....
New York Times SPENCER V. SILVERTHONE DIES; MERCHANT, 88, WAS ON TITANIC
18th May 1964
Special to The New York Times --- SCARSDALE, N. Y., May 17---Spencer V. Silverthorne, a survivor of the Titanic sinking, died today at his home, 7 Colvin Road. He was 88 years old. Mr. Silverthorne had been a vice presid...
HORNBY - TUG THAT ASSISTED TITANIC AT BELFAST Voyage HORNBY - TUG THAT ASSISTED TITANIC AT BELFAST
5th December 2004
John P. Eaton
May 31, 1911 Assisted following the launch of Titanic April 2, 1912 Assisted Titanic on her sea trials Port of Registry Liverpool Flag of Registry British Fun...
Daily Home News HOME NEWS GAVE CITY FIRST NEWS OF CARPATHIA'S LANDING
19th April 1912
New Brunswick received the news of the landing of the Carpathia with the rescued Titanic passengers, from the Home News last night. The details of the landing and the passengers’ stories of the disaster, were wired to this office direct, and other b...
Progress PORT SUNLIGHT
July 1912
Progress : the Journal of Lever Brothers Port Sunlight was directly and indirectly associated with the great suspense, and subsequent sorrow, which thrilled this country and the world when the new and gigantic White Star Liner Tit...
Atlantic City Daily Press ATLANTIC SURVIVOR TELLS OF DISASTER
19th April 1912
E. Z. Taylor, On Telephone With City Clerk Donnelly, Describes AwfulScene---Third Member of His Party, Fletcher Williams, Lost---Did NotHear of Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Earnshaw.----------Atlantic City was in direct personal ...
CLASSIFIED IN DEATH : RECOVERING THE TITANIC'S DEAD Titanica! CLASSIFIED IN DEATH : RECOVERING THE TITANIC'S DEAD
31st March 2007
Brian J. Ticehurst
AFTER the Titanic sank in the early hours of the 15th April, 1912 the sea around the site was littered with the flotsam and jetsam of the liner. Among the broken decking, furniture and fittings were hundreds of bodies floating around. Eac...
The Times THE TITANIC BAND MEMORIAL CONCERT
25th May 1912
THE TITANIC BAND MEMORIAL CONCERT Under the auspices of the Orchestral Association a concert was given yesterday at the Albert Hall in honour of the musicians who peris...
  LAST CONTACT WITH TITANIC?

Pete Morrall
Was Jack Mew the last man to have contact with Titanic before she left Southampton?...
Chicago Daily Journal SUFFERED IN TITANIC HORROR, IS PAID $25
24th April 1912
Girl Says She Signed Waiver of Further Damages While Semiconscious  Twenty-five dollars is the estimate put on the damages suffered by one survivor of the Titanic...
Voyage RIO PIRAHY
12th April 2005
John P. Eaton
European and Brazilian Steam Ship Cp., Ltd. (Petersen and Co., Ltd. Managers) Westbound, Narvik, Norway to Philadelphia via Halifax. Arrived Philadelphia 22 April and reported that on 8 April, in the vicinity of 42 degrees 44 ‘ N. by 49...
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...
ISMAY YACHT TORPEDOED! Daily Telegraph ISMAY YACHT TORPEDOED!
1908
(Photo: HM Torpedo Boat Hunter) Action against a Naval Officer The hearing was begun on Saturday before His Honour Judge Percy Gye and a jury, at the Isle of Wight County Court, of an action broug...
  CHINESE SAILORS ON THE TITANIC

Eight sailors from Hong Kong, boarded the Titanic together at Southampton......
Evening Telegraph STEAMSHIP DIRECTOR A VICTIM
23rd April 1912
New York, April 23. - It was learned today that Jonkheer J. G. Reuchlin,managing director of the Holland-American Steamship Line, had gone down with the Titanic. Mr. Reuchlin was coming to this country to arrange business relative to the opening of t...
Western People AWFUL SHIPPING DISASTER. LOSS OF THE TITANIC WITH OVER 1200 SOULS
20th April 1912
The great White Star liner, Titanic, the largest ship in the world, which left Southampton on Friday of last week on her maiden trip to New York, collided with an iceberg off the Newfoundland coast on Tuesday last and sank in 1200 fathoms of water (o...
New York Times MRS. ASTOR
17th April 1912
William H. Force, father of Mrs. John Jacob Astor, remained up all night in hopes of getting news of his daughter and her husband. When he saw that Mrs. Astor's name was on the list of rescued he was overcome with joy. He lost no time...
Hudson Observer MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR TITANIC VICTIM
23rd April 1912
Family of John Ashby of West Hoboken Abandon Hope for Him ---------- Until to-day the family of John Ashby, of West Hoboken, had some hope for his recovery, but are now convinced that there is no hope of him showing up alive, ...
New York Times BOY WIRELESS SAVED THEM
19th April 1912
Rescues Resulted from Coltain's [sic] Untiring Devotion to Duty --- Harold Thomas Cottam, the wireless operator of the Carpathia, through whose efforts more than to any one [sic] else the saving of a part of the Titanic's passengers wa...
  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...
Progress - the Journal of Lever Brothers PORT SUNLIGHT DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY ASSOCIATED
July 1912
Port Sunlight was directly and indirectly associated with the great suspense, and subsequent sorrow, which thrilled this country and the world when the new and gigantic White Star Liner Titanic heir of all the ages of constructive ...
New York Times THE OLYMPIC LIKE A CITY
18th June 1911
Carries 3,346 Persons Turkish and Swimming Baths and Racket Court. LONDON, June 10.—Engineering gives details In regard to the Olympic and Titanic, the sister ships of t...
TITANIC : HER JOURNEY Titanic Review TITANIC : HER JOURNEY
26th March 2012
Tom Insley
This beautifully-presented app is a must-have for any Titanic buff!...
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...
  MISS DOROTHY GIBSON, HARRISON FISHER MUSE, NOW PICTURE STAR
1911
Miss Dorothy Gibson, the well-known beauty who is the muse of Mr. Harrison Fisher, the popular illustrator of feminine charms, has forsaken the studio of the artist for that of the motion picture. Miss Gibson, who is the sitter for man...
The Poverty Bay Herald FORTY YEARS AT SEA
27th July 1907
The captain of the gigantic new White Star liner Adriatic, interviewed on the first visit of the vessel to New York, said that forty years' experience at sea, from small sailing ship to the last word in shipbuilding, had not robbed him of h...
TITANIC VICTIMS BURIED AT SEA SHOWN IN UNIQUE PHOTOGRAPH Titanic News TITANIC VICTIMS BURIED AT SEA SHOWN IN UNIQUE PHOTOGRAPH
3rd October 2013
Philip Hind
A photograph of Titanic victims being buried at sea is to be auctioned....
Syracuse Herald-Journal MARY WILBURN, OLDEST SURVIVOR OF TITANIC, DIES
30th July 1987
pp. B1 and B4 Mary Davis Wilburn, 104, oldest known survivor of the Titanic disaster, died peacefully Wednesday at Community-General Hospital, leaving behind unpleasant memories of death and terror in the North Atlantic. She was one o...
Chicago Examiner OLYMPIC HASTILY EQUPPED WITH 68 BOATS
22nd April 1912
LA FRANCE, NEWEST LINER, HAS CONSORT ____________ La Touraine Guards Her, on Maiden Trip;...
Voyage HERCULANEUM
2nd November 2004
John P. Eaton
In addition to maneuvering Titanic after launch, Herculaneum also assisted during Titanic’s sea trials out of Belfast on 2 April 1912. Alexandra Towing Co.,...
The Times OBITUARY---MR. J. H. ISMAY
25th January 1930
A NOTED AGRICULTURALIST --- We regret to announce that Mr. James Hainsworth Ismay died at Iwerne Minster House, Blandford, Dorset, yesterday. He belonged to the well-known family of shipowners, and was himself formerly a partner in th...
E.J. THE STORY OF EDWARD J. SMITH. CAPTAIN OF THE TITANIC Titanic Review E.J. THE STORY OF EDWARD J. SMITH. CAPTAIN OF THE TITANIC
5th May 2009
Brian J. Ticehurst
THIS is Gary Coopers second book on the RMS Titanic's Captain. His first book The Man Wh...
Hanford Sentinel RELIVING A TRAGIC NIGHT ON THE SEA

Doris Robertson Polley
Searching for one's roots has become a national pastime. What use to take years to research has become much simpler with the use of computers. Genealogy is no longer the sole intellectual occupation of a few scholars. Anybody can tract the history...
RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL   RADIO INTERVIEW WITH ALBERT HORSWILL
10th May 1934
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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, ...
Rockford Morning Star TITANIC SURVIVOR ARRIVES IN ROCKFORD
26th April 1912
DAGMAR BRYHL NOW WITH RELATIVES IN PEARL STREET. WILL RETURN TO SWEDEN Worst Experience of Night of Horrors Was When She Was Unmercifully Parted From Sweetheart and Brother Entirely unnerved by the strain...
The Washington Times COL. ARCHIBALD GRACIE, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES IN NEW YORK
4th December 1912
Colonel, Long Resident of Washington, Ill Only a Short Time --- Col. Archibald Gracie, of New York and Washington, the last man to be saved from the sinking Titanic when that ocean palace sank in mid-Atlantic last ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle KARL BEHR LAUDS WORK OF ISMAY
19th April 1912
Karl H. Behr
Men and Women Helped Into First Lifeboats by White Star Director....
New York Times MORGAN HOME FROM EUROPE
25th July 1912
Financier Refuses to Discuss Business or Politics J. Pierpont Morgan returned yesterday on the White Star liner Olympic from his seven months' stay abroad. He was met at Quarantine by his son, J. P. Morgan, Jr., who ha...
Rahway Daily Record ARTHUR KEEFE ONE OF THE PASSENGERS ABOARD THE TITANIC
17th April 1912
New York Papers This Morning Give His Name In List of Passengers Embarking at Southampton ---------- FEAR HE IS AMONG MISSING ---------- His Sister in East Rahway Feels That He Met His Fate When The Ill Starred Vessel Sank...
Newark Evening News MORE FROM JERSEY MAY HAVE PERISHED IN SEA
20th April 1912
PATERSON, April 20---Some residents of this city and of Hawthorne fear that several persons near to them perished on the Titanic. The supposed victims are John Mechan, of this city; Arthur Ford, formerly of th...
SAMUEL L. GOLDENBERG, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES Unidentified Newspaper SAMUEL L. GOLDENBERG, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES
1936
This article was published at the time of Sam Goldenberg's death, in October 1936. The paper is unidentified, it could be The Herald Tribune, a paper published in Paris in English, for the English speaking community in France. ...
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...
New York Times HAYS HEADS GRAND TRUNK
8th January 1910
Directors of Canadian Line Elect Rock Island, Ill., Man Present [sic] --- LONDON, Jan. 7---At a meeting to-day of the Directors of the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, Charles M. Hays was elected President. ...
New York Times SIR ARTHUR ROSTRON TO RETIRE FROM SEA
1st November 1930
Commodore of Cunard Fleet and Captain of Berengaria 35 Years in Line's Service --- SAVED 706 FROM TITANIC --- Rescue by Carpathia Won for Him American Decoration and Plaudits of World --- Wireless to THE NEW ...
The New York Times COL. ASTOR IN TENNIS MATCH
8th August 1911
His Fiancee, Miss Force, His Partner in Play at Newport Casino --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R.I., Aug. 7---Col. John Jacob Astor and his f...
New York Times THREE BRAVE OFFICERS
23rd April 1912
In telling the story of the loss of the Titanic more light is being shed upon the conduct of the ship's officers....
Chicago Examiner TITANIC'S CAPTAIN WARNED OF HUGE FILED OF ICEBERGS
18th April 1912
Operator on La Bretagne Tells How Messages Were Sent in All Directions From Near Cape Race....
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....
JACK THAYER JR. AND BARBARA STANWYCK L'Illustr, revue Hebdomadaire Suisse JACK THAYER JR. AND BARBARA STANWYCK
13th September 1956
A man identified as "Jack Thayer Jr", shown visiting Barbara Stanwyck on the set of Fox movie "Titanic" (1953). Jack told star Barbara Stanwyck about his mother, who inspired Miss Stanwyck's character. [Jack Thayer Jr died in 1945 ed.]...
TITANICA EXHIBITION - THE ULSTER FOLK & TRANSPORT, NORTHERN IRELAND Titanic Stories TITANICA EXHIBITION - THE ULSTER FOLK & TRANSPORT, NORTHERN IRELAND

The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum is launching TITANICa: The Exhibition and TITANICa: The Peoples Story to mark the centenary of Titanics launch on the 31st May, running until 31 August 2011....
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 t...
New York Times F. J. MCCARTY
23rd April 1912
Marlene Tromp
Michael McCarty, father of Frederick J. McCarty, was also a steward.  He arrived in New York on the Allan Line steamer Victoria on April 23, 1912, seeking information about his son.  Michael's ship passed through the same ice field that ...
FIRST USE OF MORSE CODE   FIRST USE OF MORSE CODE
1844
Drawing...
THE OLYMPIC CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC Titanic Review THE OLYMPIC CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC
6th December 2004
Michael Tennaro
In this new book, Chirnside has done the triplets proud, with a thoroughly researched history of each of these vessels. ...
Jersey Journal RESCUED UNION HILL GIRL'S STORY
20th April 1912
A story entirely different from that of those rescued from the Titanic is told by Miss Elizabeth Dowdell of 215 Park Avenue, Union Hill. When seen at her home last night Miss Dowdell was very emphatic in telling about the treatment received on board ...
  SALE OF ROGERS' POSTCARD
21st July 1992
In Sotheby's July 21/22 1992 Sale Lot 278: RMS Titanic postcard sent from the Titanic, written to James Day of Swansea by his friend ''W.J.R.'' in pencil . .. Just a line to show that I am alive & kicking going grand its a treat . . . '' coloured pos...
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...
CHILDREN OF THE TITANIC AND THE TITANIC STICKER BOOK Titanic Review CHILDREN OF THE TITANIC AND THE TITANIC STICKER BOOK
11th June 2012
Randy Bryan Bigham
Randy Bryan Bigham reviews two new childrens titles that are both informative and entertaining...
PLUCKED FROM THE SEA? Titanica! PLUCKED FROM THE SEA?
11th July 1999
Peter Engberg and Tad Fitch
Survivors' Claims Reconsidered...
Elmer Times MARINE DISASTER
19th April 1912
[The following paragraph is the only passenger-specific one in a longer article.] Among the Titanic’s passengers reportedly was Frederick Sutton, whose home was at Haddonfield, but who had large business interests in Wildwood. He was...
Voyage THE TUGS AT TITANIC'S DEPARTURE
6th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Albert Edward, Hercules, Vulcan, Ajax, Hector Neptune Registered 10 September 1861, the Southampton, Isle of Wight and South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Limited Company was known during its early years...
Chicago Inter Ocean HUMAN BUZZARDS OF SEA SINK WITH TITANIC
20th April 1912
Special Dispatch to the Inter-Ocean New York, April 19.—Figures familiar to Forty-Second street will be missing in the cafes of the Great White Way when the lights are brightest as one of the results of the foundering o...
  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...
  CENSUS (13)
11th June 1900
in the 1900 census, Bess is living with her father Arville, mother Sarah and elder sister Mabel H. it says she was white, female, born in 1886 and was 13 years old, and she was at school....
MAJOR PEUCHEN AND HIS FAMILY Toronto Daily Star MAJOR PEUCHEN AND HIS FAMILY
23rd April 1912
Left to Right: Mr. Alan Peuchen, Mrs Peuchen, Major Peuchen, Miss Jessie Peuchen. When the New York Central Express was stalled a few miles outside Hamilton for two hours Saturday on account of a wreck ahead, Major Peuchen a...
Unidentified Newspaper DUMFRIES TITANIC VICTIMS
1912
Memorial unveiled on Dock Park. A very impressive ceremony, and one which attracted much public attention, took place on Saturday afternoon when the handsome memorial which has been erected on the Dock Park in honour of John Law Hume, ...
  ELLA HOLMES WHITE - DEATH CERTIFICATE
1942
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN CERTIFICATE OF DEATH #2567 NA...
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Stars and Stripes THE SHIP THAT COULDN’T SINK: SURVIVOR RECALLS TITANIC DISASTER
16th April 1955
A survivor of the sinking of the Titanic recalled yesterday how youthful curiosity saved his life in the disaster exactly 43 years ago....
A TITANIC COINCIDENCE Titanica! A TITANIC COINCIDENCE
9th July 2002
Gavin Murphy
How the gala opening of two hotels was disrupted two maritime disasters....
New York Times TITANIC SURVIVOR LOST
11th October 1914
Stewardess of Ill-Fated Steamer Jumps from Leyland Liner --- BOSTON, Oct. 10---Mrs. Annie Robinson of Liverpool, a survivor of the Titanic disaster, jumped from the Leyland Line steamer Devonian last night while the liner was groping ...
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 MRS. ASTOR ASKS A DECREE
2nd March 1910
Seeks Final Order in Her Divorce Suit in White Plains --- WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., March 1---Counsel for Mrs. Ava Willing Astor filed a note of issue to-day for a motion to make permanent the interlocutory decree of divorce she obtained fro...
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...
The Scotsman STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER
17th April 1912
In the House of Commons yesterday Lord Charles Beresford (U, Portsmouth) asked the President of the Board of Trade whether there was any later news as to the Titanic. The Prime Minister, who replied, said the news received by th...
Chicago Evening Post AMERICANS IN PARIS MOURN LOST KINSMEN
16th April 1912
Hundreds in French Capital Had Relatives Aboard the Titanic...
TITANIC II Titanic News TITANIC II
19th March 2013
Stuart Kelly
Stuart Kelly attended the recent Titanic II press conference and gala dinner and gives his impressions of Clive Palmer's ambitious project to create a Titanic for the 21st century....
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...
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...
  FLORENCE THORNEYCROFT MARRIAGE

Several months after the sinking Florence Kate Thorneycroft married Albert T. White in early 1913. She died in 1950 in Bromley, Kent ...
New York Times TITANIC LOOKOUT IS DEAD BY HANGING AFTER WIFE'S DEATH
12th January 1965
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Jan. 11 (Reuters)--- Authorities today ordered an inquest into the death of Fred Fleet, a lookout on the liner Titanic, who hanged himself yesterday two weeks after his wife's death. The body of Mr. Fleet, who was 76 years o...
THE PORTRUSH LETTER Titanica! THE PORTRUSH LETTER
31st January 2006
Senan Molony
THE LETTER fell onto the hall floor in the house at Main Street, Portrush, Co Antrim, in late April 1912. Hugh Smith, descending the stair, noticed it and picked it up. The American...
New York Times FINED FOR IMPORTING LABOR
24th November 1912
J. Mandelberg & Co. Must Pay $2,000 for Violating Law --- J. Mandelberg & Co., raincoat manufacturers, of 18 Twentieth Street, were ordered yesterday in the Federal District Court to pay a fine of $2,000 for violations of the...
Il Lavoro LE VITTIME ITALIANE NEL DISASTRO DEL
25th May 1912
LONDRA, 24 - Appena avvenuta la catastrofe del Titanic, il Consolato italiano in Londra inizio ricerche per apurare quanti cittadini italiani si trovassero a bordo del transatlantico e quanti rimanessero vittime del disastro Le richerche furono diffi...
Birkenhead News BIRKENHEAD STEWARDESS MISS STAP'S GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
4th May 1912
THE EXPERIENCES OF A BIRKENHEAD STEWARDESS MISS STAP'S GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF THE DISASTER...
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...
New York Times A DAY'S WEDDINGS
18th January 1907
SCHEFTEL-STRAUS --- Herbert Adolph Scheftel was married to Miss Vivian Straus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Straus, at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at Sherry's, by the Rev. Dr. Schulman.  The ceremony was follo...
Chicago Daily News TITANIC RESCUED HERE
24th April 1912
TITANIC RESCUED HERE Five Left of Party of Ten from Sweden Arrive on Way to Pacific Coast Tells of their Escapes Companions Lost After Entering Li...
Asbury Park Evening Press MAIL CLERK GWINN DIED AT HIS POST
22nd April 1912
MAIL CLERK GWINN DIED AT HIS POST Continued to Work Till Explosion Rent Titanic---Wife is Critically Ill Among the five postal clerks who stuck to their mail to the last and sank with it w...
Evening News (Sydney) [EVELYN MARSDEN AND JOSEPH BOXHALL ARRIVE AT SYDNEY]
14th November 1912
The Flowing Tide --- IMMIGRANTS FOR N.S.W. --- IRISHMEN AND SCOTCHMEN --- A TITANIC HEROINE --- COMING TO SYDNEY ...
New York Times MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT (1)
13th December 1894
MARRIED *** WHITE-HOLMES---On Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1894, by the Rev. John Hall, D. D., at the residence of the bride's parents, Ella B., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holmes, to John Stuart Holmes....
Brooklyn Daily Eagle BABY OF TEN MONTHS AMONG THE RESCUED
19th April 1912
Infant and Nurse Sole Survivors of family on the Titanic...
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......
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...
WHO TALKED TO TITANIC? Titanica! WHO TALKED TO TITANIC?
11th March 2010
Senan Molony
Marconi chart offers insight into Titanic interlocutors...
  CAPTAIN SMITHS GRANDCHILDREN

Priscilla Russell-Cooke Phipps and her twin brother Simon were born June 18, 1923 to Captain E. J. Smith's only child, Helen Melville Smith Russell-Cooke. Simon died in 1944 while serving in WWII having never married. Priscilla married in 1946 to a ...
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...
BBC LUSITANIA REMEMBERED AT MERSEYSIDE MARITIME MUSEUM
7th May 2011
A memorial service to mark the 96th anniversary of the sinking of the Liverpool liner, Lusitania, has taken place at Merseyside Maritime Museum. A German submarine torpedo sank the Cunard vessel off Kinsale, Ireland, on 7 May 1915, killing 1,200 people....
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RMS TITANIC MISCELLANY   RMS TITANIC MISCELLANY
23rd March 2011
IRISH ACADEMIC PRESS : The RMS Titanic Miscellany John D.T. White Foreword by Eamonn Holmes ...
Chicago Record-Herald NEW NAMES ADDED TO THOSE ON BOARD THE TITANIC— - SOME LIVE.
17th April 1912
SOME NOT INCLUDED IN LISTS ___________ New Names Added to Those on Board The Titanic—S...
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...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS (7)

Has a grave in East Bridgwater, Central Cemetery Massachusetts, USA. also there are some lovely Lych Gates in his memory at Broadway Churchyard, Worcestershire. also water fountain in memory of Archibald Butt and Mr. Frank M...
Unidentified Newspaper ASTOR'S OLD BUTLER A HERO
20th April 1912
Toronto Daily Star
Tribute to Victor Robbins...
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 ...
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. ...
The Times-Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia) TITANIC SURVIVOR IS DEAD IN HOSPITAL
5th December 1912
Colonel Gracie Was One of Last Passengers to Leave Sinking White Star Liner---Had Lectured on That Disaster --- New York, December 4---Colonel Archibald Gracie, of Washington, one of the last passengers to leave ...
Corriere della Sera ITALIANS SHIPWRECKED
19th April 1912
Page 5 [Translation] London, 17 April, night Italians aboard the Titanic numbered more than 50: two restaurant's directors L. Gatti, 36 years, and F. Scavino, two superintendents, Giuseppe Bochet, from s...
New York Times DEATH NOTICE OF SANTE REGHINI
4th May 1912
REGHINI---At sea, April 15, on steamship Titanic, Sante Reghini, faithful and trusted servant in the employ of Mrs. J. Stuart White. Funeral at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Frederick Wagner, 265 89th Street, Brooklyn, Saturday, May 4, at 2 o'cl...
NO LIGHT ON THE MYSTERY HIDING THE IDENTITY OF TWO WAIFS OF THE SEA Evening World NO LIGHT ON THE MYSTERY HIDING THE IDENTITY OF TWO WAIFS OF THE SEA
22nd April 1912
Nicola Greeley-Smith
French Children Merely Answer Oui and Contentedly Play With Little Boats...
Women's Wear Daily EDITH L. ROSENBAUM'S LETTER
25th July 1911
Edith L. Rosenbaum
She Describes Some of the Newest Things in Furs (Special Correspondence of Women’s Wear) Paris, July 17, 1911 – With the intensity of the present Paris heat, which is most unusual, one is really almost unable to see an...
New York Times TITANIC SURVIVORS RECALL THE NIGHT TO REMEMBER
9th October 1973
Edward C. Burks
GREENWICH, Conn., Sept. 9—“ It’'s all right. We just grazed an iceberg.” That was the reassuring message of a crew member of the Titanic, a lively 98-year-old survivor recalled here today at a memory-charged ...
Dowagiac Daily News BISHOPS GO BEFORE SENATE BOARD OF INQUIRY TO GIVE STORY OF TITANIC DISASTER
26th April 1912
Both Are Called to Stand At Washington on Tuesday PUSHED TO SAFETY Mrs. Bishop Tells How They Were Hurried Aboard the Lifers When the Titanic Struck Huge Berg --------------- Mr. and Mrs....
New York Times MRS. GUGGENHEIM'S DANCE
25th December 1911
Debutante, Miss Benita Guggenheim, Receives with Mother at St. Regis --- Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim of 763 Fifth Avenue gave a dance last night at the St. Regis for her débutante daughter, Miss Benita Guggenheim. Mrs. Gugg...
Nomadic Preservation Society PROGRAMME FOR NOMADIC CENTENERY CELEBRATIONS REVEALED
5th November 2010
Celebrating a century of maritime history Outline programme Friday 3rd June 2011 13:30 ~ 17:00. Delegate registration at Holiday Inn, Belfast. 13:30 ~ 17:00. Exclusive opening tour...
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 ...
Chicago Daily Journal FIRST VESSEL EVER LOST ON ITS MAIDEN VOYAGE
16th April 1912
New York, April 16,---In the melancholy roll of marine tragedies that which overtook the Titanic is the first on record wherein a conspicuous vessel has met disaster on her maiden voyage. The nearest approach to such an unfortunate f...
  TITANIC LIFEBOATS
1st August 2011
Roger L. Williams
I have recently seen a new film about the sinking of the Titanic on the TV and have been reading about Titanic lifeboats on. http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org It seems there is no real record of what happened to those lifeboats....
New York Times CHARLES MELVILLE HAYS
16th April 1912
Charles Melville Hays, President of the Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Companies, has been considered one of the most brilliant and successful of railroad officials......
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...
New York Times SHIPS SIGHT MORE ICEBERGS
27th April 1912
Italian Liner Finds One in Lat. 40:39, Extremely Far South --- Captains of incoming steamships are still bringing reports of ice. Capt. Domeniconi of the Principe di Piemonte, in yesterday from Naples, reported that on April...
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...
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 Seve...
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...
THE 'OLYMPIC' CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC (REVISED EDITION) Titanic Review THE 'OLYMPIC' CLASS SHIPS: OLYMPIC, TITANIC, BRITANNIC (REVISED EDITION)
3rd January 2012
Art Braunschweiger
Review of Mark Chirnside's Olympic Class Ships: Olympic Titanic Britannic...
New York Times MME. AUBART RETURNS TO FRANCE
3rd May 1912
{Note: This is an excerpt from a longer article, headlined "SEES SOCIAL CHANGES," reporting on an interview with another Adriatic passenger, unrelated to Titanic or Mme. Aubart.} Mrs. N. Aubart, a young Frenchwoman who was a survivor o...
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?...
Paterson Morning Call WILLIAM C. JOHNSON, JR.
20th April 1912
[The opening paragraphs of this article, which do not relate to Mr. Johnson, have been omitted.] The death of William C. Johnson, Jr., of Hawthorne, has been confirmed when his parents received a message reading as follows: “William C...
THE TITANIC: EVERYTHING WAS AGAINST US Titanic Review THE TITANIC: EVERYTHING WAS AGAINST US
16th May 2012
Paul Lee
Dr Paul Lee reviews a new Titanic book which brings an unorthodox approach to Titanic storytelling....
POSTCARD SENT BY MAN WHO SHOULD HAVE BEEN ON THE TITANIC   POSTCARD SENT BY MAN WHO SHOULD HAVE BEEN ON THE TITANIC
21st April 1912
Private Postcard...
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:...
LAUNCH OF THE OLYMPIC - 1910   LAUNCH OF THE OLYMPIC - 1910
29th October 1910
From L'Illustration, 29 October 1910...
DETAIL OF TITANIC MEMORIAL IN GREECE   DETAIL OF TITANIC MEMORIAL IN GREECE
6th October 2005
The Titanic engraved on the white marble of the Greek memorial....
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. ...
Milwaukee Journal TITANIC SURVIVOR TO BE BURIED SATURDAY
30th July 1920
Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine E. Crosby, 72, widow of Captain E. G. Crosby, founder of the Crosby Steamship line, who died Thursday at her home, 474 Marshall St., will be held Saturday, 2 PM, at the residence, with entombment at Fairview mausol...
KEEPING TRACK OF A MAIDEN VOYAGE Titanica! KEEPING TRACK OF A MAIDEN VOYAGE
20th February 2007
Samuel Halpern
On Thursday the 11th of April 1912, the RMS Titanic departed Queenstown on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic ocean to New York. About 2:20 PM GMT, she took departure from the Daunt’s Rock light vessel, and pro...
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...
New York Times NOW ABRAHAM & STRAUS
2nd April 1893
BIG CHANGE IN A BIG STORE WHICH ALL BROOKLYN KNOWS --- One of the most interesting business changes of the year went into effect yesterday, when the retail dry goods firm of Wechsler & Abraham became the firm of Abraham & Straus, the ne...
TITANIC'S SILENT DISTRESS SIGNALS Titanica! TITANIC'S SILENT DISTRESS SIGNALS
5th January 2004
Paul Wilkinson
A new look at a minor mystery...
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THE RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX Titanica! THE RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX
1st June 2008
Senan Molony
WHAT goes on four legs, then two legs, then three? The Riddle of the Sphinx, from Greek mythology, denotes the eternal voyage of man… from crawling on all fours, to walking proudly erect, to finally ending up hunched over a...
New York Times CAPTAIN ROSTRON, TITANIC RESCUER
6th November 1940
Raced Carpathia Through Icy Waters to Save 700 Persons---Dies in England at 71 --- WITH CUNARD 36 YEARS --- Commodore of Line, 1928-31, Commanded Mauretania and Berengaria During Career --- By Cable to The NE...
ANNETTA Voyage ANNETTA

John P. Eaton
Eight Chinese sailors were going to New York on the Titanic to join the Annetta....
THE TURN OF A CARD Titanica! THE TURN OF A CARD
25th November 2009
Senan Molony
HERE is the Two of Hearts… signed by three survivors of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. This picture appeared in the New York Sun on Sunday April 21, 1912. It seems richly symbolic of the hand...
New York Times LADY PIRRIE DEAD; HEADED SHIP FIRM
20th June 1935
Widow of Belfast Builder of Many Vessels Succeeded Him in Control of Concern --- ADVISED HIM FOR YEARS --- He Had Often Publicly Paid High Tribute to Her Assistance---Daughter of Professor --- LONDON, June 19...
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...
Worcester Magazine WALTER C. PORTER, 46 YEARS, 11 MO. AND 2 DAYS OLD OF S. PORTER & CO., DROWNED AT SEA.
May 1912
Worcester's Toll in Titanic Disaster Walter C. Porter, of the Samuel Porter Company, a Member of this Board on Ill-fated Ship, Returning from European Business Trip. His Body Found by Crew of Mackay-Bennett after the Mighty Ocean Liner...
The Times THE CUNARD STEAMER CARPATHIA
27th April 1903
From Wednesday morning until that of Saturday of last week a party of visitors, which included Sir William White (late Director of Naval Construction), Messrs Moorhouse and Maxwell (General Manager and a director of the Cunard Company), were carri...
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...
  AN ECHO OF A PAST TRAGEDY
April 1912
The Diary of Frederick Hamilton (Cable Engineer: MacKay Bennett) The White Star Line, owners of the SS Titanic chatered two cable-laying steamers Mackay-Bennett and Minia to locate and identify bodies, including. Two...
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...
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 Daily Journal REPORT LOSS OF 5 PERSONS COMING HERE
17th April 1912
Two Women Only Ones of Reniff Party on Titanic Believed Saved ---------- FAMILY OF BENJAMIN PEACOCK UNACCOUNTED FOR ---------- There is mourning in several Elizabeth households to-day, as a result of the loss of the Titan...
The Violinist THE ORCHESTRA ON THE TITANIC
1912
A review of Hume by people who knew him...
Chronicles of the Cumming Club (1887) SIR EDWARD J. HARLAND, BART.
1887
SIR EDWARD J. HARLAND, BART.; 'the sixth of a family of eight.' His father, Dr. Harland, a graduate of Edinburgh University, practised in Scarborough until nearly the period of his death, in 1866. He was a man of remarkable skill...
TITANIC POSTCARD FROM ONE SURVIVOR TO ANOTHER   TITANIC POSTCARD FROM ONE SURVIVOR TO ANOTHER
20th August 1912
From Eugene Daly to Bertha Mulvihill...
PITMAN'S OWN PRIVATE ICEBERG Titanica! PITMAN'S OWN PRIVATE ICEBERG
19th July 2004
Senan Molony
...
Billboard Magazine HENRY B. HARRIS (2)
27th April 1912
Loses Life When Ill-Fated Titanic Sinks – Other Victims Of Disaster Connected With Amusement Field Include Albert A. Stewart, Emil Brandeis and Franz Addelmann – Dorothy Gibson Saved New York, April 20 (Specia...
Santa Barbara News-Press MRS. BERTHE BOURLARD, WORLD TRAVELER, PLANS ANOTHER EUROPEAN TRIP
27th May 1956
Mrs. Berthe Leroy Bourlard, who survived the sinking of the “Titanic” with her patroness, Mrs. Walter Douglas, keeps her picture and the volume of her verses, which contains a poem entitled “Titanic” among her souvenirs of 35 years as traveling c...
Connaught Telegraph THE TITANIC DISASTER, DUE TO EXCESSIVE SPEED
3rd August 1912
Lord Mersey, the specially appointed Commissioner of Wrecks to enquire into the loss of the White Star Liner Titanic, on Tuesday delivered the finding of the Court. The attendance at the London-Scottish Hall, Westminster, where the in...
Voyage LUCIGEN
2nd January 2005
John P. Eaton
Lucigen – Lucigen Steamship Co., (H.E. Moss & Co.) Departed Bremen, Germany 8 March for New York. On 24 March at 46 degrees N, 46 degrees West, encountered heavy pack ice with numerous bergs...
New York Times GUGGENHEIM HEIRESS LOST
24th June 1915
Twelve-Year-Old Hazel Found In Grounds of Deserted Mansion --- Special to The New York Times --- WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., June 23---After being lost for seven hours to-day, Miss Hazel Barbara Guggenheim, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin Gu...
New York Times LOST TWO IN IROQUOIS FIRE
17th April 1912
Daughters of Rescued Titanic Passenger Killed in Chicago Holocaust --- Special to The New York Times --- CHICAGO, Ill., April 16---Mrs. Ida S. Hippach, wife of L. A. Hippach, manufacturer, of 7,352 Sheridan Road, and Miss ...
New York Times MRS M. F. MARVIN IS CHRISTMAS BRIDE
26th December 1913
Survivor of Titanic Disaster When Husband Perished Married to Horace De Camp --- 800 AT CHURCH CEREMONY --- Flower Girls and Pages Strew White Rose Petals in Bride's Path---Honeymoon in Egypt --- A large Chri...
  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...
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...
Philadelphia Inquirer R.N. WILLIAMS, DIES; TENNIS ACE, HISTORIAN
4th June 1968
Richard Norris Williams, 2nd, a First World War hero, an international tennis champion and a historian, died Sunday in Bryn Mawr Hospital. He was 77 and lived at 10 Welwyn Rd., Wayne.    Mr. Williams, a former banker, ser...
New York Times UNDERWOOD BUYS MAJOR BUTT'S HOUSE
23rd November 1912
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22---Representative Oscar Underwood of Alabama, Democratic leader of the House, completed to-day his purchase of the residence of Major Archibald D. [sic] Butt, former Military Aid under Presidents Roosevelt and Taft at the White Hou...
New York Times LEAPED FROM LINER AT SEA TO SAVE MAN
9th May 1913
Majestic's First Officer Dived Overboard after Coal Trimmer Who Attempted Suicide --- BUT LIFEBOAT MADE RESCUE --- Gift from Passengers for Officer's Deed--Another of Crew who Sought Death Successful --- The ...
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....
THE HART OF THE MATTER Titanica! THE HART OF THE MATTER
11th October 2010
Senan Molony
FIREMAN Hart stands on the deck of the Titanic, knowing he has no entitlement to a lifeboat place, and prepares to die…...
Bristol Times and Mirror TITANIC'S THIRD OFFICER AN OLD MERCHANT VENTURER
27th April 1912
Mr. H. J. Pitman, third officer on the Titanic, who was one of the four officers saved from the wreck is an West Countryman, being born at Castle Cary, in Somerset. His age is 34, and he received the shore part of his nautical training in the navigat...
New York Times GARDEN LURES SKIPPER OF THE BERENGARIA, SIR HENRY [SIC] ROSTRON, AFTER 45 YEARS AT SEA
9th November 1930
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Nov. 7---Captain Sir Arthur Henry Rostron, commodore of the Cunard fleet, who is retiring after forty-five years at sea, took his leave of his fellow-officers at Southampton this week on relinq...
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......
The Syracuse Herald FIRE RAGED ON TITANIC FIVE DAYS
20th April 1912
New York Aril 20th – That a fire had raged in the [?] bunkers of the liner Titanic from the day she left Southampton ...
Nord-Matin SINKING OF THE TITANIC:
1966
Gerard COUCKE
Picture by Jean HEMERY On Sunday evening(a), an American movie by Jean Negulesco opened on the 1st channel; it was dedicated to the dramatic sinking of the Titanic which, in the night of April 14th/15th, 1912, caused the death ...
LETTER FROM TITANIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEER WILLIAM KELLY TO JIM DEMPSEY   LETTER FROM TITANIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEER WILLIAM KELLY TO JIM DEMPSEY
10th March 1912
A fascinating letter written just one month before Titanic sailed....
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." -...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS TO JOHN WESLEY WOODWARD

Named on the Musicians Memorial at the Old Library site, London Road, Southampton. also named on the St Marys Church Musicians Memorial, St Marys, Southampton. also he is mentioned on a plaque in the lobby of the Boston ...
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...
VIOLET'S BARREN WHITE STAR WEDDING Titanica! VIOLET'S BARREN WHITE STAR WEDDING
27th April 2011
Senan Molony
The story of Titanic survivor Violet Jessop's short-lived marriage revealed for the first time....
Washington Times ARCHIBALD BUTT, MILITARY AIDE TO PRESIDENT TAFT
16th April 1912
Major Archibald de Grafenreid Willingham Butt, who was on the Titanic, was returning to Washington on sick leave, and expected to resume his duties as military aide to President Taft at once. Suffering from that mild poisoning which follows an unendi...
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...
ARGENTINE TRANSPORT Voyage ARGENTINE TRANSPORT
20th March 2005
John P. Eaton
Empire Transport Co., Ltd. (Houlder Brothers, Managers) Westbound, Narvik, Norway to Philadelphia. Left Narvik 3 April 1912 with a cargo of iron ore. On arrival at the intermediate stop of Louisburg, Nova Scotia, her captain reporte...
The Sun (New York) MR. MORGAN'S BODY ON OCEAN
6th April 1913
Liner France Carrying Funeral Party Leaves Havre --- Special Cable Despatch to THE SUN --- HAVRE, April 5---The steamship France of the French line left Havre this evening at 7:30 o'clock for New York...
Boston Daily Globe WOMAN LEAPS FROM DEVONIAN
11th October 1914
Formerly Stewardess on the Titanic Passengers on the Leyland Line steamship Devonian, in yesterday afternoon from Liverpool, reported that Mrs. Anna Robinson, a widow, aged 44, who was...
The Syracuse Herald WITNESS SWEARS TITANIC SAILORS WERE UNTRAINED
3rd May 1912
Special to The Syracuse Herald New York, May 3 – Mrs J Stuart White of Briarcliffe, N.Y., a survivor of the Titanic disaster yesterday testified before Senator William Alden Smith, chairman of the United States Sena...
New York Times BUILDING OF GIANT LINERS
10th July 1910
Work on the White Star's Olympic and Titanic Proceeds Rapidly The rise and progress of the leviathan liners now building is an absorbing topic of conversation at Belfast, where the rapid advance in their constructio...
A CAPTAIN ACCUSED Titanica! A CAPTAIN ACCUSED
1st July 2005
Samuel Halpern
...
The Living Age THE FLOATING ISLANDS
18th February 1911
Today, a floating city; tomorrow, a floating island. No other word is spacious enough for the gigantic ships now coming into existence. Next midsummer the largest ship in the World will be ploughing the Atlantic under the flag of th...
Atlanta Constitution MRS. MAY FUTRELLE'S ACCOUNT
26th April 1912
It came my turn to get into a boat, it was the last, or next to the last lifeboat launched. Mr. Ismay was not in it, nor anywhere around....
LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER  - RICHMOND COUNTY CLUB   LETTER FROM WILLIAM MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - RICHMOND COUNTY CLUB
22nd April 1912
New York Monday 22/4/12 c/o Mr. Hale Richmond County Club Dongan Hills Staten Island N.Y. Dear Mother, Just a line to let you know I am getting along much better. ...
TITANIC PASSENGER TICKET REVENUES Titanica! TITANIC PASSENGER TICKET REVENUES
18th November 2002
Captain Charles B. Weeks
On (p. 58) of The Great Liners Melvin Maddocks says with regard to Steerage passengers ”… they represented one third of the revenues of the shipping companies, and accounted for more than half the profits.” John Malcol...
Atlantic Daily Bulletin JACK BUTTERWORTH
2002
Brian J. Ticehurst
Butterworth, Jack. Lived at 270 Priory Road, St Denys, Southampton. Was 23 years old. Occupation on board the Titanic - Saloon Steward. (Born in Manchester). (From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913). Number 326. Butterwort...
New York Times BUILDING OF GIANT LINERS (1)
10th July 1910
BUILDING OF GIANT LINERS --- Work on the White Star's Olympic and Titanic Proceeds Rapidly --- Special Correspondence THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, July 2---The rise and progress of the leviathan liners n...
New York Times MONUMENT TO BUTT SOON
19th June 1913
Promoters Almost Ready to Start Work on Fountain --- WASHINGTON, June 18---Work on the foundation for the fountain to be erected to the memory of Major Archibald W. Butt, Military Aid to President Taft, and Francis Millet, the arti...
  CONTEMPORARY OBITUARY
1912
WAS born in Southampton forty-three years ago. He served his apprenticeship in the works of the London and South-Western Railway Co., and after other appointments sailed in vessels owned by the company as second engineer. Four years were spent with t...
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 TAFT AT PRESS CLUB DINNER
11th August 1911
He and Major Butt Entertained in Louisville-Col. Watterson Speaks --- LOUISVILLE, Nov. 8.--A dinner by the Louisville Press Club was the principal feature of President Taft's visit here this evening, and at it the President divid...
  THE MOTIVES OF HEROISM
15th February 2008
Jason Lewis
Heroes are iconic in past and present societies....
ROYAL EDWARD Voyage ROYAL EDWARD
10th May 2005
John P. Eaton
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd. Westbound Avonmouth to Halifax. On 8 April encountered and reported an ice field in the vicinity of the subsequent Titanic disaster site : 42 degrees 50’N, 49 degrees 30’W to 42 degrees 30’N 50 degree...
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...
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 ...
Brooklyn Daily Times JAMES CLINCH SMITH WAS NOTED CLUBMAN
16th April 1912
James Clinch Smith is one of the best-known clubmen of Long Island, and a member of one of the oldest Long Island families. He was one of the principal heirs of the late A. T. Stewart, and is said to have received a legacy of $3,000,000 from the Ste...
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, ...
Voyage GLENDUN
26th October 2004
John P. Eaton
GLENDUN (Antrim Iron Ore Co., LTD.) On Sunday, December 10th, 1909, the immense stern framing of Titanic was transported from Darlington Forge Company’s works at Darlington by the North Eastern Railwa...
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...
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 ---------- ...
TITANIC ICEBERG PICTURED FROM SS AMERIKA   TITANIC ICEBERG PICTURED FROM SS AMERIKA
8th May 1912
Postcard sold on board SS Amerika...
MYSTERY SHIP MADE SIMPLE Titanica! MYSTERY SHIP MADE SIMPLE
17th February 2004
Senan Molony
Case-closed on the Californian?...
Outlook THE RACE FOR OCEAN SUPREMACY
24th June 1911
Earl Mayo
A little more than ten years ago I crossed the Atlantic on the first trip of what was then the largest ocean liner in the world. A distinguished ship-builder who made the voyage at the same time expressed the opinion that this steamship marked the...
The New York Times MOST OF THE CREW SAIL
21st April 1912
Sent Home on the Lapland---How Many Were Saved --- All of the crew of the Titanic, except the saved officers and about twenty of the crew who are to be witnesses, sailed for their homes yesterday morning on the R...
TITANIC TEXT : DEMYSTIFYING HISTORICAL STUDY Titanica! TITANIC TEXT : DEMYSTIFYING HISTORICAL STUDY
20th September 2005
Randy Bryan Bigham
Internet research tips for beginners From biographies and cultural essays to technical papers and scientific analyses, ET Research at Encyclopedia-Titanica.org is the leading online destination for original, in-depth...
TITANIC'S SUPREME SURVIVOR Titanica! TITANIC'S SUPREME SURVIVOR
13th December 2006
Senan Molony
Sydney Buxton as a new MP SYDNEY BUXTON, President of the ...
Worcester Telegram BOSTON MAN ON FRANCONIA REPORTS COMMUNICATING WITH CARPATHIA
18th April 1912
Article...
Geneva Times MRS BERTHA CHRISTENSEN DIES - TITANIC SURVIVOR
30th September 1976
Mrs. Bertha Christensen. 82  of 88 White Springs Rd., one of the few remaining survivors of the Titanic, which went down  April 14 1912 in the Atlantic Ocean, died this morning  at  Geneva General Hospital. The Bennett Funeral Home is in charg...
Bureau County Republican EDWARD DORKING, SHIP WRECK SURVIVOR, APPEARS AT STAR THEATRE
2nd May 1912
PICKED UP BY THE CARPATHIA Young Englishman Relates Experiences in Greatest Maritime disaster in World's History. Seven hundred persons, who packed the Star theatre to its capacity at three performances Tuesday night, ...
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...
ROSTRON'S LOST REPORT Titanica! ROSTRON'S LOST REPORT
13th June 2010
Senan Molony
Titanic survivors could have been marooned in the Azores!  Captain Rostron of the Carpathia considered landing them in the mid-Atlantic island chain for their treatment and onward travel – while he would contin...
Atlantic City Daily Press LOCAL SURVIVOR DEFENDS ISMAY
5th May 1912
City Clerk Donnelly’s Cousin Sends Sympathetic Note to Official ---------- NOT A COWARD, BUT BRAVE AND GALLANT ---------- “Ismay was unjustly critcised and abused for his actions regarding the Ti...
Washington Times MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR MAJ. BUTT TO BE HELD MAY 5TH
19th April 1912
President and Senators Pay High Tributes to Dead Hero --- Memorial services for Major Archibald Butt, whose name is one of the most prominent among the Titanic’s heroic dead, will be held in this city on May 5 under the auspices of Tem...
New York Times COL. ASTOR AT NEWPORT
1st December 1908
Will Improve Beechwood, Where He and Mrs. Astor Will Live --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, R. I., Nov. 30---Col. John Jacob Astor is contemplating extensive improvements to Beechwood, which has become his pro...
Unknown LEST WE FORGET
1912
Marie G. Young
by Marie G. Young - A Survivor of the Titanic Miss Marie G. Young, Former Music Teacher at the White House, Rescued From the Titanic, Describes the Sufferings of Some of the Survivors Six months have elapsed since the ...
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 conclusio...
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....
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...
Evening World TWO SURVIVORS CALL ON MAYOR TO ASK RELIEF
22nd April 1912
Steerage Passenger and Sailor Referred to Red Cross Managers of Fund Two survivors of the Titanic called on Mayor Gaynor to-day. One is a sailor who was assigned to help man a lifeboat, the other a steerage passenger who, wearing a li...
DUKE OF ALBANY Voyage DUKE OF ALBANY
31st October 2004
John P. Eaton
(F. Kemp & Company) The center anchor of the Titanic weighs 15 ½ tons and was fabricated by Messrs. N. Hingley & Sons, Ltd. Of Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire. Typical of the manner by which the m...
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.,...
Chicago Tribune FILM STORY OF TITANIC SINKING GETS THE GREEN LIGHT
22nd February 1952
LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD by Hedda Hopper Film Story of Titanic Sinking Gets the Green Light Hollywood, Feb. 22--Darryl Zanuck has given the green light to Charlie Brac...
  HIGH PRICE PAID FOR COLORED ENGRAVING
1941
New York –– A colored aquatint engraving of "The City of Detroit," showing the subject as it appeared from the lake in 1837, brought $650 at the Kende Galleries, 730 Fifth Avenue, during the second session of a three day sale of art and furniture b...
New York Times VIRGINIA M. FRENCH HAS TWELVE ATTENDANTS AT HER MARRIAGE HERE TO WILLIAM F. DICK
19th December 1941
A marriage uniting two families of prominence in society here and in Newport, R. I., took place in the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest yesterday afternoon when Miss Virginia Middleton French, daughter of Mrs. James Lenox Banks Jr. of 15 East Ni...
Teignmouth Post SHALDON AND THE DISASTER
26th April 1912
Mr. Henry Forbes Julian, one of the first-class passengers, of Redholme, Torquay, is also among the missing. He formerly resided at Ness House. Mr. Forbes made a fortune in South Africa with a patent for separating gold from quartz, and during his ...
TITANIC IN PHOTOGRAPHS Titanic Review TITANIC IN PHOTOGRAPHS
21st December 2011
Paul Rogers
Paul Rogers reviews a magnificent new volume of Titanic images....
RMS TITANIC 100 YEARS ON Titanica! RMS TITANIC 100 YEARS ON
15th April 2012
Philip Hind
As the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster approaches Philip Hind explores why the sinking has etched itself into our consciousness and how Oxfordshire was touched by the tragedy....
New York Times PAINTING FOR BUTT FUND
15th December 1912
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14---Col. Spencer Cosby, chief aid to President Taft, received to-day a painting depicting the sinking of the Titanic and the rescue of some of her passengers. Gilbert Gaul, a New York artist, offered it as a contribut...
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...
Unidentified Newspaper ELEANOR I. SHUMAN, 87, TITANIC SURVIVOR
10th March 1998
ELGIN, Ill. -- Eleanor I. Shuman, one of the last survivors of the Titanic, has died at age 87. After suddenly taking ill, Mrs. Shuman died Saturday in Elgin's Sherman Hospital. Mrs. Shuman, who was less than 2 years old when the...
The Times WOLFF, GUSTAV W.
18th April 1913
OBITUARY --- MR. G. W. WOLFF --- Mr. Gustav Wilhelm Wolff, for long a partner in Messrs. Harland and Wolff, of Belfast, died yesterday at his residence in Park-street, W. He underwent an operation on Tuesday. ...
New York World LOOKOUT CLAIMS MURDOCH SHOT HIMSELF
21st April 1912
"As we stood there on Collapsible B, each man holding on to his neighbours shoulder fearful every moment that some lurch would send us off again into that icy water, two of the men I knew had been on watch in the crow's nest...
Burlington Hawk Eye SWEDE SURVIVED LINER'S SINKING DURING SEARCH FOR HIS AMERICAN DREAM
1st January 1998
There's another love story connected to the Titanic....
Voyage NEPTUNE
6th March 2005
John P. Eaton
Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, black top Company flag: Divided by crossed lines into four equal...
TITANIC VALOUR: THE LIFE OF FIFTH OFFICER HAROLD LOWE Titanic Review TITANIC VALOUR: THE LIFE OF FIFTH OFFICER HAROLD LOWE
5th March 2012
Craig Stringer
This new book explores the life of one of the heroes of the Titanic, Harold Godfrey Lowe. As the Titanic was sinking his actions were instrumental in saving the lives of many, and afterwards, he was one of the few survivors to...
The Toronto World WIRELESS WORK ON A YACHT NOT FAST ENOUGH FOR ME
17th April 1912
--------------------- J. G. Phillips, Who Flashed the Signals of Distress From the Titanic, Talked Several Times to Two Local Wireless Operators While Working on the Great Lakes Boat and Told of His Am...
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...
New-York Tribune MAJESTIC IN WITH CHIEF OFFICER A HERO
9th May 1913
Passengers Cheer David Blair, Who Risked Life in Fog to Save Fireman --- DIVED IN MIDOCEAN --- Women Weep as Gallant Sailor and Man for Whom He Jumped Are Helped Over Side ---...
New York Times MRS. WICHFELD DEAD; WAS VISITING FRIENDS
4th February 1933
Former Wife of Clarence Moore Succumbs at Home of Earl of Portarlington --- LONDON, Feb. 3 (AP)---Mrs. Mabelle Swift Wichfeld, former wife of Clarence Moore, Washington capitalist and sportsman, who was lost on the Titanic, died of pneu...
Jersey Journal HUDSON COUNTY SURVIVORS TELL OF SEA TRAGEDY
20th April 1912
Union Hill Governess Gives Graphic Recital of Scenes After Giant Ship Hit Iceberg and Went Down---Praises Bravery of Men Passengers---Complains of Treatment on Carpathia --- BAYONNE YOUT...
WHITE STAR LINE REPERTOIRE   WHITE STAR LINE REPERTOIRE

The White Star Line Repertoire is a list of 341 waltzes, marches and other selections played by orchestras on White Star Line ships including the Titanic....
THOMAS ANDREWS - TITANIC DESIGNER Titanic Stories THOMAS ANDREWS - TITANIC DESIGNER
1st August 2011
Titanic Stories
The undoubted hero of the story of the titanic is Thomas Andrews, chief naval architect, managing director of the design department at Harland and Wolff and the leader of the Guarantee Group. ...
Bridgwater Mercury WEST COUNTRY PEOPLE IN THE TITANIC : MELKSHAM
20th April 1912
Among the passengers was a Melksham family of eight persons - Mr. and Mrs. F. Goodwin, Watson's Court, High Street, Melksham...
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...
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...
Voyage HECTOR
13th March 2005
Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, black top Company flag: Divided by crossed lines into four equal triangles...
New York Times FIERMONTES SAIL ON THE SAME SHIP
29th January 1935
Former Mrs. Astor, With Friend, Books Passage for Italy at Last Moment --- The former Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick, who was married to Enzo Fiermonte, Italian pugilist, more than a year ago, booked a last-minute passage Saturday on t...
  SPECIAL DAY FOR OSCAR SCOTT WOODY
2004
It seems that the heroism of one of Titanic's postal clerks has been a source of inspiration for the governing officials of North Carolina. Oscar Scott Woody was a native of Roxboro, North Carolina. He had been a postal clerk on trains betwee...
New York Times LADY DUFF GORDON, STYLE EXPERT, DIES
22nd April 1935
Pioneer in Bringing Freedom to Women's Fashions Headed Chain of Garment Shops --- COINED DRESS TERM 'CHIC' --- First Split Skirt and Manikin Show Credited to Her---She Had Stores in Three Countries --- Wirele...
New York Times ROSTRON GETS MEDAL TO-DAY
1st March 1913
Rescuer of Titanic Survivors Arrives in Washington to Receive Honor --- WASHINGTON, Feb. 28---Capt. A. H. Rostron, who, as commander of the steamship Carpathia, directed the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic disaster, arrived here ...
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 ...
  LETTER FROM CAPTAIN SMITH'S WIDOW
6th June 1912
Woodhead Winn Road Southampton Telephone 1400 Dear Frank, I'm sorry to be so long in answering your letter and picture of your family which I am pleased to have. What a lovely outlook from your home. By the "Olympi...
New York Times CAPT. ROSTRON TO RECEIVE MEDAL TO-MORROW
27th February 1913
Special to The New York Times --- Feb. 26---Capt. A. H. Rostron, who drove the Carpathia at full steam through a sea of broken ice to rescue the survivors of the shipwrecked Titanic, will come to Washington on Friday to receive a gold m...
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...
New York Times ASTORS TO BE RECONCILED?
19th February 1910
Wife's Lawyers Fail to Ask for a Final Divorce Decree --- Special to The New York Times --- WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., Feb. 18---It had been expected that the application of the attorneys for Mrs. Ava Willing Astor for a final d...
Chicago Examiner MISTAKEN FOR WOMAN; FORCED INTO LIFEBOAT
19th April 1912
Hartford, Conn., Apr. 18--Resolved to die after having done his utmost to aid in placing the women and children of the Titanic aboard the lifeboats Councilman William T. Sloper, clad in a white night robe, was himself taken for a woman and thru...
ICEBERGS IN THE ATLANTIC The Times ICEBERGS IN THE ATLANTIC
14th August 1912
Wild panic reported in August 1912 emergency...
San Francisco Examiner DR. WASHINGTON DODGE TRIES SUICIDE; MAY DIE
22nd June 1919
Page 1, column 1, continued page 6, column 4 [Photo] Mind of S.F. Leader Fails; Shoots Self Former Assessor Uses Revolver in Garage at Home; Found by Wife; Taken to Hospital Suit Brought i...
Unidentified Newspaper MRS. PETERSEN JAMES CORRIGAN WED IN TORRANCE
July 1955
In a quiet ceremony attended by only the immediate members of the two families, Mrs. Edwina C. Petersen, 1021 Sixth St., Hermosa Beach, and James Corrigan, 323 Ave. C, Redondo Beach, were united in marriage Saturday, July 23. Rev. P...
  TRANSCRIPT OF LETTER BY WILLIAM DICKSON MACKIE
1912
Gateside Margery Park Rd Forest Gate E 15/03/12 My Dear Sister Just a line to let you know that I am still in the land of the living. You will see by the above address that I am at home. ...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle VERSIONS VARY OF CAPTAIN’S DEATH
19th April 1912
First Report That He Committed Suicide denied By Many Survivors....
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...
Galesburg Evening Mail TELLS OF RESCUE FROM TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Frank Kurun of Galesburg Tells How He Saved Himself and Daughter WAS IN A BOAT FIRST PICKED UP Jumped from Lower Deck Into Life Boat As It Was Being Lowered His Brother Drowned Frank Kurun,...
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...
  PENGELLY (PENGILLY) FAMILY INFORMATION

Frederick (Fred) William Pengelly was born in the parish of Calstock, East Cornwall in early 1893 whilst his father was working in the area as a mining engineer. Fred’s father, Frederick William Cardell Pengilly (sic) was born in 1861...
Chicago Tribune NEWS OF THE SOCIETY WORLD : MRS. RYERSON RETURNING
13th October 1913
One of the many evidences of Mrs. Marshall Field’s loyalty to Chicago, in spite of nearly a decade spent away from here, is that she has always kept her box for the symphony concerts and has never failed to fill it with friends at each after...
New York Times DYING MAN'S SON FOUND
29th October 1910
Potter Coming from Alaska to Atlantic City to See His Father --- ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Oct. 28---For more than a month the family of Col. Thomas Potter, who is dying at his seaside home here, has been searching for his favorite ...
The Patriot MISS KEANE HOME; HER COMPLETE STORY
20th April 1912
Survivor of Wreck tells how Ship Sank as Those in Boats Looked on – Drifted Eight Hours in Darkness and Cold Before Aid Came...
MAGGIE MADIGAN - AN IRISH IMMIGRANT'S DREAMS UNFULFILLED Voyage MAGGIE MADIGAN - AN IRISH IMMIGRANT'S DREAMS UNFULFILLED
1st January 2005
Robert L. Bracken
...
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...
TITANIC: THE HINGLEY ANCHORS Titanica! TITANIC: THE HINGLEY ANCHORS
11th September 2012
Jonathan Smith
Titanic's centre anchor was at the time and for some time to follow, the world's largest anchor ever forged by hand. Jonathan Smith explores the construction of the anchor and the company that created it....
New York Times ROSTRON'S CAT LEFT HERE
6th January 1929
Berengaria Master Sails Alone Because of British Quarantine --- Captain Sir Arthur Rostron, master of the Cunarder Berengaria, sailed early yesterday morning for the first time in many years without his pet Persian cat Abdul. The animal...
Unidentified Newspaper BRIDE WALKS BESIDE CASKET OF HUSBAND
May 1912
Funeral Train Brings to Boston Victims of Titanic Wreck....
TITANIC BLUEPRINT   TITANIC BLUEPRINT

"R.M.S. Titanic" Harland & Wolff design dept schematic scale blueprint of "Titanic's" plumbing & water systems. Approx 9ft x 20ins. This drawing was the personal property of W.D. Wilson esq....
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 ...
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...
NOMADIC : THE BELFAST CHILD Titanic Review NOMADIC : THE BELFAST CHILD
25th June 2008
Philip Hind
1987, on t...
Somerset County Herald SOMERSET SURVIVOR OF THE TITANIC : HIS VIEWS ON THE FILM
2nd August 1958
One of the two surviving officers of the Titanic, the “unsinkable” White Star liner, which went down in April, 1912, with the loss of 1,502 lives, is Mr. Herbert J. Pitman, who lives at Pitcombe, near Bruton. His memories of the dis...
Rockford Register Star TITANIC SURVIVOR HAD ROCKFORD CONNECTION
21st December 1997
David Shultz
Dagmar Bryhl: The young woman from Sweden was on the ocean liner with her brother and her fiancé to visit relatives in Rockford. By David Shultz Rockford Register Star. Rockford's connection to the Titanic spent less t...
Worcester Evening Gazette GAZETTE STAFF MAN ON CARPATHIA'S PIER
19th April 1912
Gives Description of Scenes on Pier Silence Most Oppressive Even Crowd and City Hushed By Homer J. Wheaton Gazette Staff Reporter New York, April 19- News of the Titanics wreck was flashed to the wor...
Chicago Record-Herald SLUMS MOURN STEAD : OLD-TIMERS IN CHICAGO'S CHINATOWN REMEMBER
18th April 1912
SLUMS MOURN STEAD Old-Timers in Chicago’s Chinatown Remember English Author as “Billy, the Bum” Cleaned Streets in Chicago ...
Haddonfield News HADDONFIELD HOMES: RESIDENCE OF FREDERICK SUTTON
10th June 1893
Frederick Sutton was born June 15, 1850, in County Suffolk, England, and educated in private schools of Cambridgeshire. He came to Philadelphia in 1870 and began business with White Bros. & Co., Coffee Importers, at No. 27 South Water Street. In 1877...
Newark Evening News NEWARKER IN CHARGE OF THE TITANIC'S MAILS
16th April 1912
John S. March, a Newark man, was in charge of the mails on board the Titanic. With his daughter, Miss Nettie March, he lived at 59 Emmett street. For nine years Mr. March has been crossing the ocean in charge of the mails on many liners. ...
New York Times WILLS FOR PROBATE (1)
6th February 1942
MANHATTAN *** WHITE, ELLA HOLMES (Jan. 31). Estate,more than $10,000. To C. Helene Berkeley, 509 W. 122d St., $10,000 and personalty; Ella B. Putnam, 10 Beekman Pl., $10,,000; Marie G. Young, Plaza Hotel, personal effects and life esta...
New York Times MILLET'S BODY CREMATED
3rd May 1912
BOSTON, May 2---A throng of men and women stood with heads uncovered in the train shed in the North Station to-day when the coffins containing the bodies of Frank D. Millet, the artist, and Richard P. [sic] White of Winchenden ...
  VARIOUS MEMORIALS TO ARTHUR WILLIAM MAY

Named on the right hand panel of the St. Augustines Church Memorial, (Maritime Museum) Southampton. also has a stone in Fair view Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Titanic section, number 141. (Late in 1990 I found a grave at ...
The Evening Post (Wellington, New Zealand) ROUND-THE-WORLD RESEARCH
25th October 1924
Nowadays there seems to be no dearth in the number of adventurers to remote parts of the earth. The latest ambitious project in the sailing line, says an Australian paper, is a cruise round the world in a 3000-ton yacht named...
  HUSBAND OF HELEN ALICE WILSON

  Axel Johannas Rosenquist was the husband of Helen Alice Wilson who survived the sinking of the Titanic, the following information gives brief details of how their lives continued after the disaste...
  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...
Voyage UNITED STEAMSHIP CO. : ALEXANDRA
16th January 2005
John P. Eaton
Det Forenede Dampskibs Selsk (United Steamship Co.) Departed Emden, Germany for Boston, 13 March. On 3 April at 45 degrees 04'N. by 56 degrees 38'W. saw drifting ice and ice fields. Arrived at Boston 7 April. ...
Jersey Journal TITANIC SINKING SURVIVOR DIES IN BERGEN HOME
17th July 1946
Mrs. O'Grady Often Told of Tragedy in Which 1,500 Lost Lives Mrs. Emily O'Grady, 52, of 553 Prospect at Ridgefield, survivor of the sinking of the White Star liner Titanic by an iceberg on April 14, 1912, when 1,500 persons lost their...
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? ...
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...
Highland News MEN WHO DIED LIKE HEROES
20th April 1912
The stupendous tragedy which occurred in the North Atlantic on the evening of Sunday last has stunned civilisation with its awfulness. ...
THE 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 ...
New York Times MARITAL RIFT OVER, FIERMONTE RADIOS
31st January 1935
Italian Boxer Sends Word From Ship on Which Wife Sailed Suddenly on Saturday --- A DIVORCE WAS RUMORED --- Couple Were Wed Here Late in 1933---She Is the Former Mrs. Madeleine Force Astor Dick --- Enzo Fierm...
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...
LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - QUEENSTOWN   LETTER FROM WILLIAM J. MELLORS TO HIS MOTHER - QUEENSTOWN
11th April 1912
Letter written on RMS Titanic notepaper from second class passenger William J. Mellors to his mother...
The Auburn Citizen COLLETT TELLS HIS STORY
23rd April 1912
Says He Heard No Music as the Titanic Went Down. STILL SUFFERING FROM EXPERIENCE Visibly Nervous as He Told the Tale of His Journey, Which Contained Many New Details of the Wreck of the Le...
Voyage AJAX
27th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Call letters: S P G B Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, black top Company flag:...
The Times ALEXANDER CARLISLE OBITUARY
6th March 1926
ALEXANDER CARLISLE  The Right Hon Alexander Montgomery Carlisle, who died yesterday in London at the age of 71, was a ...
Newark Star WHY WAS THE NEWS SUPPRESSED
19th April 1912
A reporter for The Newark Star managed to get aboard the Carpathia and made his way to the bridge, where he had an interview with Captain Rostrom [sic] as to why the news of the wreck and the condition of the survivors had been withheld. The followin...
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...
R.M.S. TITANIC: FROM A DRAWING TO A SINKING Titanica! R.M.S. TITANIC: FROM A DRAWING TO A SINKING
10th September 2013
Luca Marzano
Luca Marzano proposes a hypothetical sinking sequence inspired by the recollection of a young passenger, 17-year-old Jack Thayer....
The Toronto Daily Star MAJOR'S DAUGHTER REMINDS HIM THAT IT'S HIS BIRTHDAY
19th April 1912
Jessie Peuchen Listened to Father's Graphic Story, Then Wished Him Many Returns HOW THE MAJOR TOLD HIS ENTRALLING TALE ...
Akron Beacon Journal MRS. ADDIE WELLS THOUGHT IT WAS BOAT DRILL UNTIL SHE SAW OFFICER'S PISTOL
20th April 1912
Stood Up All Night Long in Lifeboat, Nestling Her Babies in Her Skirts to Keep Them Warm and Dry and Alive (Special Dispatch to the Beacon Journal) New York, April 20--Mrs. Addie Wells and her two chidlren, Joan, aged ...
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 ...
New York Times STEAM YACHT ELEANOR SOLD
26th June 1900
J. J. Hill Is the Purchaser of Mrs. Cardeza's Famous Pleasure Craft --- The rumored purchase of Mrs. James W. Martinez-Cardeza'a steam yacht Eleanor by President J. J. Hill of the Great Northern Railroad has been confirme...
New York Times CAPT. ROSTRON GETS MEDAL
2nd March 1913
Taft and Bryce Both Praising the Titanic Rescuer --- WASHINGTON, March 1---President Taft presented to Capt. Arthur H. Rostron to-day the gold medal authorized by Congress for his courage and gallantry in rescuing the survivors of the T...
WAS THERE REALLY A CURRENT THAT NIGHT? Titanica! WAS THERE REALLY A CURRENT THAT NIGHT?
21st January 2009
Jim Currie
Before the days when ships began polluting Earth’s atmosphere with the fumes from burning carbon fuels - before the days when her seas became polluted with the noise of a million propellers ; seafarers exclusively used the physics of nature ...
  KATE PHILLIPS' DAUGHTER'S STORY (CONCEIVED ON TITANIC CLAIM)

Submitted by Senan Molony...
THE MESABA FILE Titanica! THE MESABA FILE
9th September 2015
Jim Currie
US and British Titanic inquiry reports were manipulated for political reasons......
The Daily Banner STORY TOLD OF SINKING OF THE TITANIC
16th May 1912
By A Nephew Of A Mt. Vernon Man Who Was Rescued In One Of The Life Boats Charles Burgess Arrives At Home In England ...
ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM - FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ON THE TITANIC Titanica! ANTOINETTE FLEGENHEIM - FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ON THE TITANIC
17th June 2012
Gerhard Schmidt-Grillmeier
Research sheds new light on an elusive Titanic survivor......
Washington Times MRS. DESHLER HEARS HER SISTER-IN-LAW IS SAFE; NO WORD FROM BROTHER
16th April 1912
"God grant that my brother, too, is safe," said Mrs. Frances Silvey Deshler of the Wilmington apartments Wyoming avenue northwest, when told today by a Times' reporter that her sister-in-law, Mrs. William B. Silvey, of Duluth, Minn., was among the pa...
  IRENE HARRIS GENERAL INFORMATION

HARRIS, MRS. IRENE R, (NEE WALLACH). Saved in Lifeboat D. Cabin C83. European address - c/o Fraulein Woolf, Kapellenstrasse 81, Wiesbaden. Germany. (Born 15th June 1876, died 2nd September 1969). Buried in Ferncliff Cemetery, Ha...
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 LEFEBVRE FAMILY Titanica! THE LEFEBVRE FAMILY
5th April 2004
Olivier Mendez
A tribute to a French family who were all lost in the Titanic....
Rockford Republic TITANIC'S SURVIVOR COMES TO ROCKFORD
25th April 1912
MISS DAGMAR BRYHL, AFTER LOSING BROTHER AND SWEETHEART ON FATEFUL TRIP FROM SWEDEN TO ROCKFORD FINALLY REACHED HERE 6:30 THIS MORNING - WAS SECOND CLASS PASSENGER ABOARD THE DOOMED TITANIC - HER FIRST WARNING OF DANGER ...
  HUSBAND AND WIFE SAVED

Mr. And Mrs. A.A. Dick were Luckily Hustled Into Lifeboat Together....
  SISTER OF PLAINFIELD MAN SAVED LITTLE BOY
22nd April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wilson of Chestnut St. are home from New York where they had a meeting with Mr. Wilson's sister, Miss Helen Wilson, one of the survivors of the Titanic, who came in on the Carpathia. Miss Wilson is at the Hotel Seville, with Mr....
New York Times 2 MRS. FIERMONTES HAVE A TALK AT TEA
25th February 1935
Husband's Mother, Who Also Is There, Likes Her Son's American Wife --- By The Associated Press --- ROME, Feb. 24---The two Mrs. Fiermontes, one American and one Italian, met for the first time today and sat right down to t...
New York Times ELMER ZELBY [SIC] TAYLOR
23rd May 1949
Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- EAST ORANGE, N. J., May 22---Elmer Zelby [sic; should be "Zebley"] Taylor, a pioneer in the paper container industry and a consulting engineer for the Continental Can Company, Inc., of New York, died he...
New York Times PHILLIPS FOUNTAIN READY
11th October 1914
Memorial to Titanic Operator Will Be Erected at the Battery Soon --- The fountain erected in memory of Jack Phillips, the senior wireless operrator [sic] who lost his life on the Titanic when she foundered an her maiden voyage on April ...
Christian Science Sentinel TESTIMONIES FROM THE FIELD
October 1912
It is difficult to tell from the experience which follows, but the student of the Christian Science will readily see in it that acceptance of the truth made the overcoming of fear possible, even as in the case if disease, and that divine Princi...
1914: MURDOCH SAVES LINER FROM ICEBERG Titanica! 1914: MURDOCH SAVES LINER FROM ICEBERG
6th February 2004
Senan Molony
Murdoch, in death, re-wrote the seamanship manual for best practice....
TITANIC'S CARGO GEAR Titanica! TITANIC'S CARGO GEAR
11th January 2005
Captain Charles B. Weeks
Because of my experience on cargo ships and the fact that I teach Dry Cargo Operations to students at Maine Maritime Academy, I have long been fascinated with Titanic’s cargo gear. Chronologically she came d...
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...
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....
TITANIC - VOICES FROM THE ARCHIVES Titanic Review TITANIC - VOICES FROM THE ARCHIVES
13th April 2012
Paul Rogers
Paul Rogers reviews a new BBC audiobook of Titanic recollections....
New York Post LOYAL, SAYS TAFT OF BUTT
19th April 1912
Aide Was Like a Member of His Family, President Declares....
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 ...
  STANLEY LORD IN CONVERSATION WITH LESLIE HARRISON
19th August 1961
Leslie Harrison
Extracts from a conversation between Captain Stanley Lord and Leslie Harrison, held on 19 August 1961....
THE MAN WHO SANK TITANIC Titanic Review THE MAN WHO SANK TITANIC
2nd November 2011
Stanley C. Jenkins
Sally Nilsson, Hichen's great-granddaughter, attempts to set the record straight and reveal the true character of the man her family knew....
  NEW TITANIC THEMED CHURCH STAINED GLASS WINDOW FOR LAHARDANE, IRELAND'S TITANIC VILLAGE
10th December 2011
Addergoole Titanic Society
St Patrick’s Church in Lahardane Village, Ballina, Co Mayo, Ireland gets two new windows with the themes Titanic Rescue and Emigration. ...
Bernardsville News SURVIVORS OF THE GREAT DISASTER
26th April 1912
Mrs. Harman and Daughters Interviewed---Before and after the awful Casualty---Husband and Father gone and all their Property Lost---A Trouble too Deep for Words --- Mrs. Jane Harman, widow of Samuel Harman, who met his death at sea last...
A TENDER NAMED AMERICA Titanica! A TENDER NAMED AMERICA
13th February 2001
Senan Molony
A tale of the ship that brought Irish immigrants to the Titanic....
The Witney Gazette TITANIC SURVIVORS' STORIES ON ARRIVAL AT PLYMOUTH
4th May 1912
One hundred and sixty-seven survivors of the crew of the Titanic landed at Plymouth on Sunday from the Red Star liner Lapland. They told a large number of full and graphic stories of the disaster. One of the chief facts brought to light i...
Voyage HERCULES
20th February 2005
John P. Eaton
One of the tugs that got lines aboard New York and kept her from striking Titanic as the latter was leaving her Southampton dock. Port of Registry: South...
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...
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....
GIANT SHIPS SOON TO JOIN THE ATLANTIC FLEET New York Times GIANT SHIPS SOON TO JOIN THE ATLANTIC FLEET
12th December 1909
Olympic and Titanic, Carrying 5,000 People---12,000 Tons Heavier, 50 Feet Longer Than Any Ship Afloat VISITORS to the commercial capital of Ireland by way of the Victoria Channel through Belfast Lough for the first time ca...
Dowagiac Daily News CARPATHIA LANDS IN NEW YORK CITY AND THE BISHOPS WIRE THEY'RE SAFE
19th April 1912
Mrs. Bishop Is First Lady to Leave the Wrecked Ocean Liner SEND A WIRELESS First Direct Tidings Came Last Night, and Again This Morning They Send a Message Home --------------- Mr. and Mr...
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....
New York Times MRS. J. CLINCH SMITH DIES
21st August 1913
Widow of Titanic Victim Never Recovered from Shock of His Death --- Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- PARIS, Aug. 20---Mrs. James Clinch Smith, a well known American resident of Paris, died to-day at Leysin, Switzerl...
Washington Herald NEWSPAPER MEN ALL MOURN MAJ. “ARCHIE” BUTT
19th April 1912
Memorial Services in Honor of Hero Who “Died Like a Man” Proposed by Members of Fourth Estate --- In little back offices, littered with paper and adorned principally by typewriters, in bustling news bureaus, in the press room ...
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...
Philadelphia Inquirer PARISIAN'S WIRELESS EXPERT OFF DUTY WHEN TITANIC STRUCK BERG
19th April 1912
But for This It Is Believed the Stricken Giant's Cries for Help Would Have Been Heard in Time to Save All --------- HALIFAX, N. S., April 18.--With two expeditions on the way to search for Titani...
STAR TURN: THE PICTURES AND PASSIONS OF DOROTHY GIBSON Titanica! STAR TURN: THE PICTURES AND PASSIONS OF DOROTHY GIBSON
26th October 2004
Randy Bryan Bigham
The following article is an excerpt from the introduction of Randy Bigham’s forthcoming biography, Finding Dorothy: An Appreciation of the Life and Career of Dorothy Gibson Brulatour, which will soon be available in a fully illustrated,...
Western Daily Mercury HARRY OLIVER'S ACCOUNT OF THE SINKING
29th April 1912
He was just dropping off to sleep again when one of the other firemen rushed into the room and said, Turn out quickly; she is making water in the winding staircase....
MYSTERIOUS WAIF OF THE WAVES.. MGU? Titanica! MYSTERIOUS WAIF OF THE WAVES.. MGU?
12th July 2011
Jim Currie
Unresolved questions regarding the April 1912 voyage of the SS Campanello and the possibility of her involvement in the Titanic disaster. ...
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...
The Milford Cabinet MILFORD MAN WAS ON TITANIC
April 1912
Emilio Portalupi tells of thrilling experience....
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...
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...
  CHARLES HERBERT LIGHTOLLER
13th June 2005
Pat Winship
Lightoller biography...
CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC Voyage CANCELED PASSAGES ABOARD TITANIC
6th April 2008
John P. Eaton
Who Redeemeth Thy Life From Destruction...
The World Evening Edition (New York) MADMAN LEAPS FROM BIG LINER; RESCUED IN A FOG
8th May 1913
First Officer Blair of Majestic Narrowly Escapes Death in Saving Drowning Man --- LOST TO SIGHT IN MIST --- Shouts Directions From the Water to the Crew of a Lifeboat --- The sound of the ...
Highland Times THE OCEAN TRAGEDY
18th April 1912
ow is it that the Titanic, which with its patent watertight compartments was supposed to be unsinkable, went down in the short space of four hours: and how, if she remained afloat even for that short ...
  BELFAST TITANIC MEMORIAL HAS TOO MANY NAMES!

The Titanic Wall in Belfast contains the names of 1,512 alleged Titanic victims but there are 16 victims too many on the wall. ...
New York Times GAMBLERS ON THE TITANIC
18th April 1912
Many Planned to Cross on the First Trip---"Doc" Owen Not Aboard --- Broadway inhabitants were discussing last night the report that a number of well-known professional gamblers had gone to their death on the Titanic. It was said that t...
  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...
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’...
  LETTER FROM CATERINA GILARDINO, NIECE OF VINCENZO GILARDINO

I do not know the year Vincenzo Gilardino came to England but it must have been in the last years of the 1800s because in 1901 my father (Paulo) Gustavo, Vincenzo's brother, was sent to England by their father to try + persuade Vincenzo to return to ...
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...
  LIGHTOLLER OF THE THE FORTY NINTH
22nd October 2010
Jim Currie
Recent revelations by the grand daughter of Herbert Lightoller, the most senior surviving officer of the Titanic have...
VULCAN Voyage VULCAN
13th February 2005
John P. Eaton
Vulcan struggling to pull the stern of the New York (left) away from Titanic's port side (Eaton-Haas Collection)...
New York Times RECITES CLOSE CALL OF TITANIC RESCUE
27th October 1931
Sir Arthur Rostron Tells How Radio Man Got S 0 S as He Prepared to Quit Post --- RECALLS 46 YEARS AT SEA --- Carpathia's Former Master, in New Autobiography, Describes "Most Memorable Night" of Career --- If ...
The Times TITANIAN - ECHO OF TITANIC
27th April 1935
Cargo vessel's encounter with ice...
The World Evening Edition (New York) YOU CAN BUILD A SHIP BIGGER THAN OLYMPIC, BUT YOU CAN'T BUILD A BIGGER BRAIN TO RUN IT
12th April 1913
Capt. Haddock Undergoes Five-Day Ordeal Which Would Wreck Most Men's Nerves --- Five Years Is the Outside Limit That Human Endurance Can Resist Such Strain --- At $5,000 a Year, or Less, He Assumes Respons...
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)...
New York Times HOPE HAMPTON KEPT HER WEDDING SECRET
8th November 1923
Film Star Married Jules E. Brulatour, Her Manager, Aug. 22---His Third Marriage --- To the surprise of their friends it became known yesterday that Hope Hampton, the motion picture actress who was last seen on the screen in "The Gold Di...
Voyage SAMARA
23rd January 2005
John P. Eaton
Samara Steam Ship Samara Co., Ltd. (Maclay & MacIntyre, Managers) Westbound Cardiff to Philadelphia on April 1st at 43 degrees 12’ N. by 45 degrees 14”W. southeast off Newfoundland’s Grand Banks, rescue...