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TITANIC NEWSPAPER RECOVERED FROM SEABED   TITANIC NEWSPAPER RECOVERED FROM SEABED
1987
Fragments of a newspaper recovered from the debris field surrounding the Titanic wreck....
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 ...
CHARLOTTE CARDEZA NEWSPAPER PICTURE   CHARLOTTE CARDEZA NEWSPAPER PICTURE

Picture of Mrs. Cardeza...
Waterford News ASPERSION CAST ON FRANK DWAN
19th April 1912
Linked to thefts at Bonmahon Mines...
NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH OF TITANIC VICTIM MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT Washington Times NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH OF TITANIC VICTIM MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT
15th April 1912
Picture of Major Butt...
  THEODOOR DE MULDER DEATH NOTICE
April 1954
An unknown Belgium newspaper brought  the death notice about him in April 1954 Descendants mentioned: Mevr. Wed. Theodor De Mulder, geboren Jeanette  D Hondt. Mijnheer Gilbert De Mulder, echtgenote en kinderen. Minjheer Jan De Mu...
TITANIC ADVERTISEMENT   TITANIC ADVERTISEMENT

A newspaper advertisement for the return leg of Titanic's maiden voyage, leaving New York City on 20 April 1912....
ROGER BRICOUX   ROGER BRICOUX

Roger Bricoux, later a cellist on the Titanic, reading the newspaper L'Eclaireur de Nice....
Chicago Daily Tribune FAMILY OF EIGHT MISSING
17th April 1912
Niagara Falls, N.Y, April 17 F.C Goodwin, who with his wife and six children was on his way from England to this city, was on the Titanic, according to word recieved here by his brother, Thomas Goodwin. Their names do not appear among thos...
New York Times MISS GUGGENHEIM, DIVORCEE, TO WED
12th December 1922
Youngest Daughter of Late Copper Magnate to Marry Milton S. Waldman in Paris --- GOT RECENT FRENCH DECREE --- Fiance of Heiress, the Former Wife of S. M. Kempner, Was Lately a New York Newspaper Man --- Word ...
Washington Times WILLIAM T. STEAD KNOWN AS FAMOUS NEWSPAPER MAN
16th April 1912
William Thomas Stead, an English newspaper man, attained wide notoriety as the man who introduced the methods of American journalism into England. Before his day the interview, illustrations, and extra editions were unknown to British journalism. Tho...
CAPTAIN SMITH ON THE BRIDGE OF THE TITANIC   CAPTAIN SMITH ON THE BRIDGE OF THE TITANIC
April 1912
Captain Smith photographed by a newspaper photographer on the bridge of the Titanic. Southampton, April 1912. A Engine Telegraph is visible in the background....
CHEQUEBOOK JOURNALISM   CHEQUEBOOK JOURNALISM
17th April 1912
A Marconigram sent to the Wireless Operator of the Olympic by a New York newspaper....
LUCY VIOLET SNAPE (FORMERLY LENNARD)   LUCY VIOLET SNAPE (FORMERLY LENNARD)

Photographic portrait of Titanic stewardess Lucy Violet Snape...
New York Times SILENT TOAST TO MAJOR BUTT.
24th April 1912
NEW HAVEN, Conn., April 23.---A silent toast to Major Archibald Butt was drunk last night by the Second Company Governor's Foot Guard, one of the historic military organizations of the State, at its annual observance of the anniversary of the depa...
International News Service ENGAGED TO WED MARRIED MAN: DOROTHY GIBSON
25th May 1913
newspaper short item...
HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE. ET Comment HUGH WOOLNER'S US EVIDENCE IS HIGHLY UNRELIABLE.
6th November 2006
Senan Molony
The US evidence of Hugh Woolner is highly unreliable. He claims that he and Hakan Bjornstrom Steffanson saw Boat D "about to lower", then went across to the starboard side, and saw an officer fire two shots to get men out of a collapsible...
BERTHE LEROY IN 1956   BERTHE LEROY IN 1956
1956
From 'Santa Barbara News Press'...
Newark Evening News F. K. SEWARD SAVED
17th April 1912
Included in the list of rescued is F. K. Seward, of 529 West 112th street, New York, a nephew of Dr. John L. Seward, of 416 Main street, Orange. Mrs. Seward said today that her husband’s nephew had been in Europe on a two months&rsquo...
Cook County Herald HEARS OF DISASTER; DIES
26th April 1912
Shortly after a newspaper account of the Titanic disaster was read to him, Andrew Nolting, a farmer near here, committed suicide by drinking poison. ...
  THE TITANIC PAPERS

The story of the Titanic has been retold in virtually every medium for the past 100 years and continues to fascinate. But it was the newspapers that first fed the appetite of the public for information during those fateful April days in 1912. T...
Western Daily Mercury NO NEWS OF MR F. ANDREW, OF REDRUTH
19th April 1912
Among the passengers of whose fate nothing is yet definitely known is Mr. Frank Andrew (30), of Pencoys, near Redruth. Mrs. Andrew, who lives at Pencoys, with one little child about two years of age, received a postcard from a friend in Plymouth, on ...
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...
New York Times SAY THEY HAVE "MONA LISA"
12th April 1912
Two Men Go to Rome to See J. P. Morgan About It --- By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times --- PARIS, April 11---A newspaper whose artistic news is generally reliable says that two men le...
New York Times CONSULT BURKE'S PEERAGE
21st November 1907
For News of the Arrival Here of the Sister of Mrs. Elinor Glyn --- Lady Duff Gordon, a sister of Mrs. Elinor Glyn, arrived yesterday at the Hotel Plaza.  Lady Duff Gordon went to her room.  Presently Mrs. Glyn approached the inqu...
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....
Hopewell Herald MRS. EMILY THOMAS BLACKWELL
19th December 1906
Mrs. Emily Thomas Blackwell wife of Stephen Weart Blackwell of New York City was buried in the Old School Baptist Churchyard in this place saturday afternoon. The funeral was held from the residents of ex-Senator...
New York Times FIERMONTE APOLOGIZES
16th July 1937
Photographer Then Withdraws His Charge of Assault --- A charge of third-degree assault against Enzo Fiermonte, former prizefighter and husband of Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, was withdrawn yesterday in Flushing Court after...
New York Times SETTLES SUIT AGAINST FIERMONTE
11th August 1937
MINEOLA, L. I., Aug. 1O---Former District Attorney Elvin N. Edwards of Nassau County, attorney for John Drennan, newspaper photographer, in his civil suit for assault against Enzo Fiermonte, husband of Mrs. Madeline Astor Force Dick Fiermonte, ...
New York Times LINKS MRS. DICK AND BOXER
17th June 1933
Fiermonte Says He Plans to Wed Former Mrs. Astor --- ROME, Saturday, June 17 (AP)---Signora Tosca Manetti Fiermonte, wife of a boxer, Enzo Fiermonte, now in America, is quoted in an interview in the newspaper Popolo di Roma today to the...
New York Times SUMMONS FOR FIERMONTE
9th July 1937
Photographer Charges Attack in Queens Traffic Court --- A summons charging third-degree assault on John Drennan, a newspaper photographer, was served yesterday on Enzo Fiermonte in the Rikers Island penitentiary, where Mr. Fiermonte is ...
  ANTTI WILHELM SIVOLA
10th July 2012
Alan Virta
A local newspaper in Idaho reveals why Antti Wilhelm Sivola was coming to America aboard the Titanic....
GEORGES KRINS - THE LOST MEMORIAL Titanica! GEORGES KRINS - THE LOST MEMORIAL
25th May 2006
Philippe Delaunoy
Some years ag...
  NEWSPAPER CUTTINGS

The Los Angeles Times of April 17th 1912 stated that he was a brother of E. D. Rood of El Centro, California. The Rocky Mountain News (Denver) of April 13th 1992 stated that he was the Vice President and General Manager of the Pacific Coast Creosotin...
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...
  LETTER HOME BY TITANIC SURVIVOR ERNST PERSSON

I can't find words to describe how dreadful everything was......
The Nation STEAD AND FUTRELLE
25th April 1912
article...
New York Times MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT (1)
16th April 1912
Major Archibald Willingham Butt, President Taft’s Military Aid, [sic] was returning on the Titanic after a visit to Rome, where he went to see the Pope and King Victor Emmanuel....
New York Times MRS. WIDENER NOT TO WED
15th August 1915
Denies Her Reported Engagement to Dr. Hamilton Rice, the Explorer --- Special to The New York Times --- NEWPORT, Aug. 19---Mrs. George D. Widener made an emphatic denial today of her reported engagement to Dr. Hamilton Ric...
RELATIVES OF TITANIC COMMANDER VISIT FILM Sentinel RELATIVES OF TITANIC COMMANDER VISIT FILM
28th August 1953
Only living first cousin of Captain E.J. Smith, Sarah Harris (my great grandmother) in h...
New York Times WALDMANS SEEK DIVORCE
28th November 1929
Mother of Children Who Fell to Death Here Sues in Paris --- Copyright by The Chicago Tribune Co. --- PARIS, Nov. 27---Mrs. Barbara Guggenheim Waldman, whose two children were killed in a thirteen-story fall from the roof o...
Worcester Telegram BOSTON MAN ON FRANCONIA REPORTS COMMUNICATING WITH CARPATHIA
18th April 1912
Article...
  REV. WYNELL HENRY CARTER (BROTHER OF REV. ERNEST CARTER)

At the time of the tragedy in 1912 the Exeter Flying Post newspaper reported that Rev. Ernest Courtenay's brother was Rector of St Mary Arches Church in Exeter, Devon. Rev. Wynell Henry Carter was a younger brother, born at Compton Beauchamp, Berksh...
  MR. & MRS. E. A. SANDERS (UNCLE AND AUNT)

In April 1912 the Exeter Flying Post newspaper reported that Titanic victim, Mrs. Lilian Carter, was a neice of Mrs. E. A. Sanders of Stoke House. Mrs. Lilian Carter (formerly Hughes) was a daughter of Thomas Hughes and Frances (formerly Ford)...
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...
The Times THE TITANIC INQUIRY: LADY DUFF GORDON'S EVIDENCE
21st May 1912
The inquiry into the loss of the Titanic was resumed yesterday by Lord Mersey and his Assessors. There was no diminution in the public interest taken in the proceedings. Among those present were Prince Albert of Schleswig-Holstein, Lady St. Helier, L...
Denver Post ARCHIBALD C. BUTT WAS TO HAVE BEEN MARRIED THIS FALL
18th April 1912
Was Engaged to Youngest Daughter of Col. John R. Williams San Antonio, Tex., April 18:- Major Archibald C. Butt, military aide to President Taft, soon was to wed Miss Williams of Washington, sister-in-law of Joseph Leiter of Chicag...
New York Times ROSENSHINE WILL HOLDS
21st June 1912
Court Dismisses Contest Over $1,000,000 Estate of Titanic Victim --- Surrogate Colahan dismissed from the bench yesterday the contest of the will of George Rosenshine, a feather importer, who perished in the wreck of the...
New York Times JACQUES FUTRELLE, WRITER
16th April 1912
The Author of "The Thinking Machine" and Many Short Stories --- Jacques Futrell is well known as a writer of fiction, having contributed many long and short stories to magazines. He was born in Pike County, Georgia, April 9, 1875, and ...
Cokato Enterprise MRS. WM. LAHTINEN DIES WITH HUSBAND
25th April 1912
Refuses Chance to Be Saved and Both Go Down With Ill-Fated Titanic     Refusing to be parted from her husband, and preferring death to separation, is the thrilling story relat...
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...
MRS DOUGLAS DIES AT 81 Unidentified Newspaper MRS DOUGLAS DIES AT 81
1945
From an unidentified American newspaper, ca. 22 April 1945...
Brockton Daily Enterprise BROCKTON AND STOUGHTON MEN ABOARD TITANIC
15th April 1912
Among the passengers of the Titanic are Frank D. Millet, the distinguished artist, once of East Bridgewater, and a brother of Dr. Charles S. Millett of Brockton; George Q. Clifford, of the Belcher Last Co. of Stoughton and widely known among the shoe...
Washington Times DEATH OF MAJOR BUTT MOURNED BY WASHINGTONIANS
19th April 1912
Persons in Official and Private Life Speak Eulogistically of the President’s Military Aide Who Died---A Soldier --- Men of the United States army and navy, men who lived under the same roof---the men who knew Major Butt most intimately...
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. ...
Unidentified Newspaper LAST MALE SURVIVOR OF TITANIC DIES
2nd February 2001
One of the last known survivors of the Titanic, Michel Navratil, has died in southern France at the age of 92. He was just three years old when the ship hit an iceberg in the north Atlantic and sank shortly before midnight on 14 April 1912. ...
SEVENTY-FIVE REGISTERED LETTERS WERE SENT (FROM NORWAY) WITH THE TITANIC IN 1912   SEVENTY-FIVE REGISTERED LETTERS WERE SENT (FROM NORWAY) WITH THE TITANIC IN 1912
26th August 1998
Arne Mjaland
Top row 5th from left: Jorgen Birkesfol who sent a registered letter with Titanic...
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...
  THE ADDERGOOLE PARISH LOSS

John Bourke, his wife Katherine, his sister Mary, Honora Fleming and Mary Mangan were from the townland of Carrowskeheen (quarter land of the little bush), Lahardane, Addergoole Parish, Co Mayo, Irish Republic. All perished. Data from the 1911 cen...
Chicago Tribune THIRD SUICIDE IN FAMILY MYSTERY
20th February 1925
Northwestern ‘U’ Student Kills Himself Two years ago Dr. John R. Minahan, wealthy and prominent surgeon of Green Bay, Wis., was summoned to Chicago. His oldest son, John Jr., had ended his life in a...
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...
  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 ...
New York Times MRS. M. S. WALDMAN WINS PARIS DIVORCE
26th February 1930
Two Other American Women Also Receive Decrees From the French Courts --- TRAGIC ACCIDENT RECALLED --- Waldman Children Fell to Death From Penthouse Apartment Here in October, 1928 --- PARIS, Feb. 25 (AP)---Th...
Shepton Mallet Journal REDISCOVERED POSTCARD STRENGTHENS LINK BETWEEN TOWN AND TITANIC
2nd March 2000
Castle Cary's connection with the world's most famous shipping disaster has been strengthened still further. This is because a New Forest pensioner has discovered a postcard found on the ship, which was to be sent to the wife of a local butcher....
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...
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, ...
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle TITANIC SURVIVOR ETHEL BEANE DIED IN NURSING HOME
17th September 1983
Page 1A-3A She, husband honeymooned aboard the ill-fated ship Ethel Bean, one of the remaining survivors of the sinking of the S.S. Titanic on April 15, 1912, died Saturday in Rochester. She had been living at a Roches...
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...
The Courier A ROMANCE OF THE TITANIC
17th May 1912
The circumstances of the case read like a romance....
New York Times ACCUSE WIRELESS OPERATOR
21st April 1912
PHILADELPHIA, April 20---Charges were made to-day by the chief electrician of the United States scout cruiser Chester, which was sent to the aid of the Carpathia, having on board the survivors of the Titanic, that the wireless operators on board the ...
The Toronto World THREE MONTREAL MEN---VICTIMS OF TITANIC TRAGEDY
17th April 1912
Mr. H. J. Allison, the junior member of the firm of Johnston, McConnell & Allison, financial brokers, was a young man in the early 30's, clean cut and ambitious.  His firm made remarkable progress during the past two or three years...
New York Times YOUNG ASTOR TELLS OF WEDDING PLANS
29th June 1934
Newspaper Group Is Informed That the Couple Will Return to Newport in August --- CHETWODE GIFTS SHOWN --- Famous Ring Given to Bride Will Be Reset for Her in a New Brooch --- Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES ...
New York Times SUBMARINES SINK FOUR MORE SHIPS
11th November 1915
Three British and a French Steamer Destroyed, All Probably in Mediterranean --- 2 U-BOATS REPORTED LOST -- And a Third Is Said to Have Been Captured and Taken to Port by British Warships --- LONDON, Nov...
SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT ET Comment SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT
5th December 2006
Tad Fitch, Sam Halpern and Bill Wormstedt
In Senan Molony's article of 6 November 2006, entitled: "Hugh Woolner's US Evidence is Highly Unreliable," the author attempts to discredit the evidence presented by Woolner at the US Inquiry based on a newspaper report i...
New York Times FIERMONTE JAILED IN OLD SPEED CASE
7th July 1937
Husband of Astor Widow Gets 5 Days on Charge That He Ignored in 1934 --- Enzo Fiermonte, the Italian-born automobile racer husband of Mrs. Madeline Force Astor Dick Fiermonte, was sentenced to five days in prison yesterday by Magistrate...
  EDWARD THOMAS STONE FAMILY INFORMATION

Edward Thomas Stone was born in 1882/83 in Shirley, Southampton. He himself quotes his birthplace as Cornwall when signing on Titanic but this appears to be erroneous. (It is currently assumed that he lived there for a while when young). He was the ...
New York Times MARCONI CHEERED FOR WIRELESS FEATS
18th April 1912
Modestly Gives Credit to Other Inventors and Speaks of Life Saving from Titanic...
THE DREAM AND THEN THE NIGHTMARE Titanic Review THE DREAM AND THEN THE NIGHTMARE
1st July 2011
George Jacub
Syrians on the Titanic...
San Francisco Chronicle GIVES LIFE FOR LOVE OF HUSBAND
17th April 1912
Relatives Here Believe Wife of Isidor Straus Refused to Leave His Side. That her devotion to her husband, refusing to leave the ship unless he accompanied her from the ill-fated Titanic, cost the life of Mrs. Isidor...
New York Times 2 GUGGENHEIM HEIRS DIE IN 13-STORY FALL
20th October 1928
Baby Boy and Brother Drop From Arms of Mother on Hotel Surrey Roof --- SHE IS STRICKEN BY SHOCK --- Mrs. M. S. Waldman, Daughter of Benjamin Guggenheim, Unable to Explain Accident --- Terrence and Benjamin W...
New York Times RUSH TO CONSOLE LADY DUFF-GORDON
27th May 1911
Stream of Visitors to Her Shop, Where Government Says Under­valued Gowns Were Shown --- SECOND ARREST IS MADE --- Abraham Merritt Surrenders to Answer Charge of Undervaluation in Customs Cases --- Abraham Merritt, ...
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...
New York Times NO WIRELESS ORDER TO HOLD BACK NEWS
27th April 1912
Sea Gate Operator Explains the Messages to Bride and Cottam on the Carpathia --- SHIP THEN IN THE HARBOR --- "Keep Your Mouth Shut" Not Official, but Friendly Words of One Operator to Another ---...
New York Times ORIGIN OF NAMES OF HOTELS HERE
9th March 1930
Named for Interested Families or After Well-Known European Hostelries --- ST. REGIS CALLED FOR LAKE --- Suggested to the Late John Jacob Astor by Mrs. Theodore Douglas Robinson --- So numerous are the hotels of New Yo...
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 ...
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...
Brooklyn Daily Eagle VERSIONS VARY OF CAPTAIN’S DEATH
19th April 1912
First Report That He Committed Suicide denied By Many Survivors....
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 UNKNOWN ADULT Titanica! THE UNKNOWN ADULT
26th June 2007
Senan Molony
COUNTERFOIL number 30887 lay on the wooden surface. Money joined it for a few minutes, and then money took wing and parted from the ticket. A moment later the ticket itself was taken up. One of the opening scenes of the 19...
FORTUNE FAMILY PARTED IN BOAT IN GOOD CHEER Manitoba Free Press FORTUNE FAMILY PARTED IN BOAT IN GOOD CHEER
20th April 1912
(Special Staff Correspondent)
Women Had No Idea of Serious Condition of the Titanic Gave Their Money to Charlie For Safe-Keeping Until They Met Hugo Ross Was Ill in Bed When Disaster OccurredRescued Loathe to Talk...
  FRANK ANDREW FAMILY INFORMATION

The following biography has been compiled with the assistance of descendants of Frank Andrew who reside in Cornwall. It should be pointed out that no birth certificate exists for Frank despite extensive searching and it should also be made known tha...
New York Times THOSE WHO SAW THE RESCUE
19th April 1912
Carpathia's Passengers, Who Were Bound for Mediterranean, Back. The passengers on the Carpathia, whose trip to the Mediterranean was interrupted to aid those saved from the Titanic, are: Rev. R. B. Anderson, Baltimore,...
Daily Mirror HOW IT FEELS TO BE A HERO
20th April 1912
Harold Bride now bears little trace of his terrible ordeal......
  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...
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....
  LETTER FROM F.D. MILLET AND THE NEW BEDFORD LIBRARY
6th February 1912
John Lamoreau
A letter written by F.D. Millet shortly before he left on a trip to Rome early in 1912. In the letter he discusses his plans for painting murals for the New Bedford Public Library in Massachusetts that was being remodeled. In the letter he mention...
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...
The Charleroi Mail MRS. HIRVONEN TELLS STORY OF HARROWING SCENES IN LATEST GREAT OCEAN DISASTER.
23rd April 1912
SAW BIG STEAMER SINK Hundreds Leaped Into Water When Gigantic Steamer Went Down ---Says Ismay Was In Same Boat Shuddering as she recalled the awful scenes of Monday morning when the fated steamer Titanic sunk with over 1,700 person...
A TITANIC COINCIDENCE Titanica! A TITANIC COINCIDENCE
9th July 2002
Gavin Murphy
How the gala opening of two hotels was disrupted two maritime disasters....
OHIO TALES OF THE TITANIC Titanic Review OHIO TALES OF THE TITANIC
2nd May 2012
Mike Poirier
Ohio Tales of the Titanic, is definitely a standout. This specific book focuses on the Buckeye state connections to Titanic....