STEAMSHIP

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LOSS OF THE STEAMSHIP   LOSS OF THE STEAMSHIP "TITANIC"
1912
Report of a formal investigation into the circumstances attending the foundering on April 15, 1912 of the British Steamship "Titanic", of Liverpool......
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...
Chicago Tribune SIGHT BODY OF TITANIC VICTIM
21st July 1912
Philadelphia, Pa., July 20—The body of a man lashed to a spar was sighted about seventeen miles from the scene of the Titanic disaster by the British steamship Hudson, which just arrived here. The body was unrecognizable. ...
New York Times TO HONOR WIRELESS HEROES
1st May 1915
To Dedicate Jack Philips Titanic Memorial Fountain May 12 --- At a meeting yesterday afternoon in the Maritime Exchange, 78 Broad Street, plans were completed for the dedication of the Jack Philips Titanic memorial fountain at the base ...
New York Herald WOMAN SURVIVOR HEARD SHOOTING
19th April 1912
Page 4. Mrs. A. A. Dick Says She Could See Men Leaping from Ship That Was Sinking. One of the most comprehensive and connected stories of the disaster was that recounted by Mrs. A. A. Dick, wife of a merchant in Calgary...
New York Times MARCONI MAN HAD RECORD
16th April 1912
Wireless operator on Titanic Young, but a Veteran in Service --- The man who sent out the wireless call for help from the damaged Titanic was J. G. Phillips, an Englishman, 24 years old, who had been in the employ of the Marconi Compan...
New York Herald NURSE ALICE CLEAVER
20th April 1912
The nurse, Miss Alice Cleaver, was up at the time of the crash, while the others were in bed. Alarmed by the shock, and wishing to find the cause, but not daring to leave the baby alone, she wrapped him in his carriage rug, and went up to the d...
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 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,...
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...
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...
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. ...
Elizabeth Daily Journal ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (2)
16th April 1912
[Links to the earlier parts of this article can be found on the summary pages for the members of the Renouf/Jefferys family and the Carter family.] Among those who visited the White Star steamship offices in New York to-day in an endea...
New York Times DEATH NOTICE OF BEN FOREMAN
21st April 1912
FOREMAN---Ben L. Foreman, eldest son of Henry W. and Rose Laventall Foreman, in his 31st year. Lost on steamship Titanic. Albany and Chicago papers please copy. ...
MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II   MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION FOR WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING II

Memorial marker...
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. ...
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 ---...
New York Times DEATH NOTICE (11)
2nd May 1912
VAN DERHOEF---At sea, on steamship Titanic, on Monday, April 15, 1912, Wyckoff Van Derhoef, husband of Laura E. Van Derhoef. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at his late residence, 109 Joralemon St., Brooklyn Heights,...
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...
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...
  MEMORIAL PLAQUE

Erected by the People of Winnipeg in memory of Their Fellow Citizens Mark Fortune; John Hugo Ross; Thompson Beattie; Charles A. Fortune; George E. Graham; and J. J. Borebank Who with 1484 others lost their lives when the Steamship Titanic Founded in ...
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 ...
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 £...
Worcester Evening Gazette PRAISES HEROISM OF THE SAILORS
20th April 1912
NEW YORK, April 19- Heroism of the English sailors who went down with the ill-fated Titanic was the one thing which most impressed Paul Cheveret, the Canadian sculptor, who left the steamship in one of the first boats lowered. He said that there was...
Galesburg Republican Register UNKNOWN TITLE (3)
22nd April 1912
Frank Karun, a member of the Austrian immigrant colony in this city, will have some stirring things to tell when he returns to the city of the loss of the big steamship Titanic and his rescue later by the Carpathia . Just at present Mr. Karun is at t...
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....
Charleston Gazette MRS. ELOISE H. SMITH TO SPEAK AT TABERNACLE
22nd March 1936
Mrs. Eloise H. Smith, daughter of the late Congressman James Hughes of Huntington, is to speak at the Union Mission tabernacle at three o’ clock this afternoon and at 7:00 tonight. A musical program is to be presented by the A....
Moving Picture World MISS DOROTHY GIBSON
27th April 1912
Popular Éclair leading photoplayer reported to be among those saved of the passengers of the ill-fated steamship Titanic. Miss Gibson and her mother were returning from a trip to Egypt, where she went for rest and recuperation. It has also been repo...
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...
Hudson Observer HOBOKEN MAN MAY BE AMONG THOSE DROWNED
16th April 1912
Among the passengers who may have lost their lives in the sinking of the steamer Titanic is Len Moore, aged 20, of 509 Willow avenue, Hoboken, who was a second class passenger from Southampton. Mr. Moore, who made his home with a mar...
HARRY ELKINS WIDENER MEMORIAL   HARRY ELKINS WIDENER MEMORIAL
May 2008
Wall plaque at the Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library at Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts. Harry Elkins Widener A Graduate Of This University Born January 3, 1885 Died At Sea April 15, 1912 ...
The Times LIFE-SAVING AT SEA
12th July 1913
AWARD OF THE KING'S MEDALS The King has been pleased, on the recommendation of the President of the Board of Trade, to award medals for gallantry in saving life at sea to the folowing persons: A silver medal t...
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 PRESENTATION OF MEDALS FOR GALLANTRY
17th December 1913
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, DEC. 16---The King this morning decorated the following with medals for acts of gallantry on land and at sea as stated against their names:--- BOARD OF TRADE MEDALS Lieutenant ...
The World Evening Edition (New York) DIXON TAKES THAYER'S PLACE
8th May 1912
The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to-day elected George D. Dixon, formerly freight traffic manager, a vice-president of the company in charge of traffic. Mr. Dixon fills a vacancy caused by the death of John B. Thayer,...
  GRAVESTONE

Sacred to the memory of Austin Partner of Tolworth, Surbiton who lost his life in the foundering of the steamship "Titanic" in mid-Atlantic on the 15th day of April, 1912, whose body was recovered and interred here May 23rd. Aged 40 years. ...
New York Times BELGIANS PLAN TITANIC SUITS
8th August 1913
Pierre Mali, the Belgian Consul in this city, applied yesterday to Surrogate Cohalan for letters of administration on the estates of several victims of the sinking of the steamship Titanic for the purpose of bringing suits on behalf of their survivin...
Chicago Tribune THIRD TRAGEDY IN FAMILY
19th February 1925
The shooting marked the third tragedy in the Minahan family within recent years. N uncle, William E. Minahan, an attorney, perished when the steamship Titanic was sunk in 1912. And, according to reports from Green Bay, the boy’s mother was k...
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 ...
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. ...
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 ...
Concord Enterprise TO INSTITUTE SUIT
12th February 1913
Miss Frances M. Ford of this town, who lost nine relatives in the wreck of the Titanic, including her mother, two brothers, two sisters, an uncle and an aunt, and their small children, is one of those to institute suit against the steamship company i...
The Washington Post BLAME FOR TITANIC HORROR
22nd May 1912
President of British Board of Trade Arraigned in Commons He Retorts That Parliament is Equally at Fault for Failure to Enforce Steamship Regulations London May 21 – The attack on Sydney Buxton, president of th...
Newark Star MR. STENGEL SENDS WORD HE IS SAFE
18th April 1912
Nothing Heard of Three Other Essex Men Who Were on Doomed Ship --- Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Henry Stengel were rejoiced yesterday when a wireless message was received from Mr. Ivan Stengel stating that his father and ...
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 ...
Boston Globe PHILLIPS THE JACK BINNS
16th April 1912
Wireless Operator on Titanic formerly on James Gordon Bennett's Yacht and on Oceanic. NEW YORK. April 15. - The wireless operator on the Titanic, who sent out the SOS message when she struck the iceberg is J. G. Phillips...
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...
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...
FORCED TO SIGN, SHE SAYS Toronto Daily Star FORCED TO SIGN, SHE SAYS
25th April 1912
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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....
New York Times SENATORS GREET ROSTRON
10th December 1912
Hero of Titanic Disaster Warmly Welcomed in Congress --- WASHINGTON, Dec. 9---Capt. Arthur S. [sic] Rostron, who drove the steamship Carpathia at full speed through a sea of icebergs to the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic disaste...
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 Times FIRST CLASS PASSENGER NUMBERS
26th January 1912
21,600 carried First Class by White Star in 1911...
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 ...
Worcester Telegram CINCINNATI GETS MESSAGE
18th April 1912
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Newark Evening News HAWTHORNE YOUTH ON TITANIC WAS A HERO
3rd May 1912
HAWTHORNE, May 3---Through Frank Turnquist, one of the stewards of the Titanic, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Johnson, of Diamond Bridge avenue, have learned that their son, William C. Johnson Jr., who was a petty officer on the ill-fated steamship, mig...
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...
Newark Star FEAR ELIZABETH FOLK WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC
18th April 1912
ELIZABETH, April 17---Benjamin Peacock, of 609 South Broad street, is fearful that his two brothers, Ernest and Robert, were among those lost on the steamship Titanic. Mr. Peacock's wife and two children were also passengers on the boat, but it is p...
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. ...
Camden Post-Telegram HADDONFIELD MAN ON BOARD TITANIC
17th April 1912
Nothing Yet Heard from Frederick W. Sutton Whose Name is on Passenger List --- BUDGET OF GOSSIP FROM THE BOROUGH --- Fredrich [sic] W. Sutton, a highly esteemed wealthy resident of Haddonfield is said to have been on board...
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...
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...
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 ...
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...
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...
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 ...
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,...
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...
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...
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...
Jersey Journal ONLY 1 OF 10 IN PARTY ON TITANIC SAVED
22nd April 1912
One of the fortunate survivors of the ill-fated steamship Titanic...
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...
New York Times MRS. ASTOR IS ABLE TO TELL OF RESCUE
22nd April 1912
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Elizabeth Daily Journal COMPLAIN OF CONDITION OF BODY OF JOHN MARCH
8th May 1912
The body of John S. March, one of the five mail clerks of the steamship Titanic and father of Mrs. John A. Corwin, of 261 Stiles street, reached Newark yesterday from Halifax, Nova Scotia, and was taken charge of immediately by the undertaking firm o...
The Times MR. ISMAY AND THE WHITE STAR LINE
1st January 1913
IMPENDING RESIGNATION OF THE CHAIRMANSHIP --- It is now officially announced that Mr. J. Bruce Ismay will retire from the presidency of the International Mercantile Marine Company as from June 30 next, and that he wil...
New York Times 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...
ANNETTA Voyage ANNETTA

John P. Eaton
Eight Chinese sailors were going to New York on the Titanic to join the Annetta....
Elizabeth Daily Journal ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (3)
16th April 1912
[The preceeding paragrpahs of this article can be found through the summary pages for the Renouf/Jefferys family, the Carter family and the Peacock family, in that order.] From early this morning when the first dispatches began to come...
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...
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 ...
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...
  MURDOCH MEMORIAL PRIZE

STEWARTRY OF KIRKCUDBRIGHT COUNTY COUNCIL EDUCATION COMMITTEE DALBEATTIE HIGH SCHOOL Dalbeattie District School Management Committee hereby certify that CHARLES CONNOR has been the Winner of a Prize of FOUR POUN...
Chicago Tribune PHOTOGRAPHS ICE THAT SUNK LINER
18th April 1912
PHOTOGRAPHS ICE THAT SUNK LINER _____________ Arthur Tree Brings Pictures of Giant Floes in Which Titanic Met Doom...
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 ...
The Evening News OSTBYS DECLARED SAFE
April 1912
A message from Cape Race at 4:10 o'clock this morning brought the news that E. C. Ostby of the firm of Ostby & Barton and his daughter, Miss Helen R. Ostby, of this city, who sailed on the wrecked liner Titanic, were among the rescued o...
The Independent THE PERILS OF PASSENGERS
24th June 1875
ANOTHER very terrible wreck of an iron steamship has been reported and a loss of human lives has been the consequence, which must cause a shudder to the intending passengers to Europe this season. The unfortunate ship was the "Vicksburg"...
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...
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY CENOTAPH   ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY CENOTAPH

The place chosen by Major Butt as his final resting place...
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 ...
  TITANIC LOOKOUT REGINAL LEE DEATH CERTIFICATE
1913
Certified Copy of an Entry of Death Regist...
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...
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. ...
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 (...
Worcester Telegram BOSTON MAN ON FRANCONIA REPORTS COMMUNICATING WITH CARPATHIA
18th April 1912
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Gettysburg Complier REACH HEIGHTS OF LUXURY
19th June 1912
Good Reasons Why the Newest Ocean Liners are Referred to as Floating Palaces While the first photograph of the new steamship Titanic received in New York shows a ship in most respects like the Olympic there is a pronounced diff...
The Times SIR ARTHUR ROSTRON
6th November 1940
Captain Sir Arthur Rostron, K.B.E., R.D., R.N.R., for many years Commodore of the Cunard Fleet and one of the most famous of the commanders of the Mauretania, died at the Cottage Hospital, Chippenham, on Monday, after a ...
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 ...
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—...
  HUSBAND AND WIFE SAVED

Mr. And Mrs. A.A. Dick were Luckily Hustled Into Lifeboat Together....
New-York Tribune CAME TO SEE COL. GRACIE
8th December 1912
Titanic Survivor Learns of Friend's Death on Landing --- R. W. Daniel. who jumped from the stern of the Titanic as the great White Star liner plunged to the bottom on the morning of April 15 last, arrived her...