TITANIC SAVED

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Clare Journal CLARE GIRL SAVED
22nd April 1912
A telegram received in Ennis on Friday states that the girl, Mary Glynn, who was a passenger by the Titanic has been saved. ...
BRAVE NURSE AND THE BABE SHE SAVED New York Herald BRAVE NURSE AND THE BABE SHE SAVED
24th April 1912
Nurse Cleaver, and the little baby Allison whom she saved from the wreck, in which Mr. and Mrs. Allison and their little daughter were drowned....
Washington Herald E. N. KIMBALL SAVED
19th April 1912
Boston, April 18---A wireless message was received at the Hall & Kimball Piano Company here saying that Edwin Nelson Kimball, jr., president of the company, had been saved and is aboard the Carpathia....
Brooklyn Daily Times MRS. CORNELL SAVED?
17th April 1912
Magistrate's Wife Probably Rescued from Titanic --- BAYSIDE, April 17---News was received to-day at the home of Edward W. Apppleton, whose wife, a sister of Magistrate Robert C. Cornell, of Manhattan, and sister-in-law of Daniel W. Appl...
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...
New York Times ROCHESTER GIRL IS SAVED
19th April 1912
But Traveling Guardian of Little Miss Bentham Is Missing --- Special to The New York Times --- ROCHESTER, April 18---Lilian Bentham of 11 Kay Terrace is saved on the Carpathia, but her mother is suffering from nervous stra...
MRS. TYRELL W. CAVENDISH Washington Herald MRS. TYRELL W. CAVENDISH
20th April 1912
MRS. TYRELL W. CAVENDISH One of the unfortunate survivors of the Titanic disaster, who, although her life was saved, is heart-broken because of the loss of her husband, Tyrell W. Cavendish, who also gave up his life that the women and children...
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...
Western Daily Mercury A SIDMOUTH FAMILY. FATHER DROWNED: WIFE & CHILDREN SAVED
23rd April 1912
Mr. and Mrs. Dean, of Branscombe near Sidmouth, with their two children, were passengers in the Titanic. Mrs. Dean and children were among the saved, but Mr. Dean perished....
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...
Unidentified Encyclopśdia JOHN HARPER

Aguilla Webb
[Extract] John Harper, the newly called pastor of Moody Church in the early 1900's, manifested his Christian character in the sinking of the Titanic. Dr. W. B. Riley related the death of Harper. "We have the history of John Harper's en...
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...
Newark Daily Advociate HAD COUSIN ON TITANIC
23rd April 1912
Mrs. Cassebeer...
1ST CLASS MENU SAVED BY MISS ELISE LURETTE   1ST CLASS MENU SAVED BY MISS ELISE LURETTE
12th April 1912
Miss Elise Lurette, a French passenger who was Mrs Spencer's travelling companion (more than 'maid'), used to lose her way on the Titanic. She did not speak English and she had crossed her cabin on a plan she showed to other passengers when she did n...
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...
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...
Washington Times MRS. HENRY B. HARRIS SAVED FROM WRECK
18th April 1912
Little Hope Is Entertained For Recovery of Theatrical Promoter --- Two telegrams were received in Washington last night confirming previous reports that Mrs. Henry B. Harris, who was Miss Rene Wallack, [sic] was saved from the wreck of ...
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 ...
Western Morning News and Mercury JEWEL ROBBERY : TITANIC SURVIVOR LOSES £3,000 BROOCH
3rd September 1921
A diamond brooch worth about £3,000, belonging to Mrs. J.J. Brown, an American visitor to Deanville, which was the sole article saved from her jewels in the wreck of the Titanic, was stolen two days ago from one of the leading hotels....
The Western Times JEWEL ROBBERY
3rd September 1921
TITANIC SURVIVOR LOSES £3,000 BROOCH A diamond brooch worth about £,000 belonging to Mrs. J.J. Brown, and American visitor to Deauville, which was the sole article saved from her jewels in the wreck of th...
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...
Washington Times MRS. LUCILLE CARTER AND HER FAMILY ARE SAVED FROM DEEP SEA
16th April 1912
Mrs. Stilson Hutchins, of this city, has received word that her cousin, Mrs. Lucille Carter, of Philadelphia, has been rescued. Mr. Carter and their two children also are among the saved. "I have just received a long distance phone fro...
Evening Bulletin HAD PREMONITION OF HARM
16th April 1912
Annie Ward, Cardeza Maid, Saved from Titanic, Didn't Want to Go Aboard --- Miss Annie Ward, maid to Mrs. J. W. M. Cardeza, of Germantown, who was saved from the wreck of the Titanic, had a premonition that something was going to happen ...
New York Times TITANIC SAILOR IN COURT
17th January 1914
Man Who Saved 45 Persons Says He Can't Support His Wife --- CHICAGO, Jan. 16---Albert Horswill, who said he was in charge of the last lifeboat to leave the Titanic, and saved forty-five women and children, told Judge Uhlir in court to-d...
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¬ís cousin in America, who had travelled about 300 miles to meet Mr. George Fox Hosking, the Senior Third Engineer on the ¬ĎTitanic¬í who he was hoping w...
Chicago American 2 MEN BRIBE TITANIC SAILORS; SAVE LIVES
25th April 1912
Vienna, April 25.—The story of how two men passengers were saved from the sinking Titanic by bribing a sailor to disguise them as sailors and get them places in a lifeboat was told in a letter received here to-day by Mme. Cardeza from her hu...
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...
Camden Daily Courier EXPLOSION PITCHED HIM INTO SEA
20th April 1912
Titanic's Barber Passes Through Camden on Way to Palmyra Home --- WAS SAVED BY SAILOR SAVED BY HIM --- The 5.28 train to Palmyra from this city last night carried the only survivor of the Titanic wreck from this part of th...
  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....
Unidentified Newspaper WILLIAM LINDSAY
22nd April 1912
William Lindsay was one of the few saved from the Titanic on which he was a dynamo attendant. William Lindsay says he feels too upset to write much and his brother here hopes to hear more from him within a couple of weeks. The survivor of the great c...
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...
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...
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...
Exeter Flying Post DEVONIANS ON BOARD (1)
20th April 1912
Passengers: Plymouth: Mrs. Quick and two children (saved). ...
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...
North American WOMAN MISSIONARY MAY BE AMONG LOST
19th April 1912
POTTSTOWN, Pa., April 18---The name of Miss Annie Funk, a returned missionary from India and a daughter of James Funk, a well-to-do grist mill owner at Palm, this county, is not among the list of second-class passengers on the ill-fated Titanic who w...
Gloucester Citizen HODGES HENRY P. : GLOUCESTERIAN'S BROTHER UNLISTED WITH THE SAVED
17th April 1912
[Photo] Among the Titanic victims was Mr. H. P. Hodges, of The Cotswolds, Highfield Lane, Southampton, who is an elder brother of Mr. R. Hodges, of Melcombe, Vicarage Road, Gloucester, one of the staff at Hatherley Road Council Schools...
New York Times ASTOR SAVED US, SAY WOMEN
22nd April 1912
"Hold That Boat," He Commanded, as One Was Leaving Without Them --- CHICAGO, April 21---Mrs. Ida S. Hippach and her daughter, Jean, survivors of the Titanic, who arrived home to-day, said that they were saved by Col. John Jacob Astor, w...
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 ...
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...
The Times SOME ARMENIAN VICTIMS
13th May 1912
Mr G.Hagoian writes from 25, Chesilton Road, Fulham:- In the disaster to the Titanic Armenia has furnished more than her quota of unfortunate passengers. Six Armenians from Keghi, travelling to Marseilles, had proceeded to Cherbourg and t...
I WAS SAVED FROM THE TITANIC Titanica! I WAS SAVED FROM THE TITANIC
15th November 2010
Lady Duff Gordon
A vivid eyewitness account of the legendary shipwreck and its aftermath. Edited by Randy Bryan Bigham...
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...
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...
Bridgwater Mercury WEST COUNTRY PEOPLE IN THE TITANIC: PUDDLETRENTHIDE
20th April 1912
Mr. A. H. Barkworth brother of Mr. E. Barkworth is reported as being amongst the few men saved from the wreck....
Semi Weekly Iowegian GIVES UP HOPE OF CHILDREN - MYSTIC MAN FINDS THAT THOSE FROM TITANIC WERE NOT HIS - RETURNS A SAD MAN
30th April 1912
With the hope gone that the French children rescued from the Titanic and under care in New York might be his, Francois Lefebre, the Mystic man who started east with hopeful anticipations, has returned without the children. He stopped at C...
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...
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...
Coventry Standard MR AND MRS W. E. CARTER
19th April 1912
Others saved Mr and Mrs W.E. Carter and Lucille and William Carter their children, who we understand are relatives of Mr and Mrs Mackay of Beauchamp Hall, Warks. ...
WILLIAM CLARK Daily Mirror WILLIAM CLARK
10th June 1914
DISASTER SURVIVORS REACH GLASGOW: WOMAN'S STORY OF COWARDLY FOREIGNERS...
  AMERICAN RED CROSS EMERGENCY AND RELIEF BOOKLET (1)
1913
No. 135. (American). Girl, 6 years old, deserted by step-father, was saved by her nurse, on trip to her grandparents in New York. Needed new supply of clothing. ($100)....
Jersey Observer ROBERT HOPKINS, HERO OF TITANIC, DIES IN HOBOKEN
18th November 1943
The funeral of Robert J. Hopkins, 77, of 1035 Garden street, Hoboken, one of the heroes of the disastrous sinking of the Titanic in mid-Atlantic in 1912, will be held at 8 a. m. tomorrow from the Bosworth Funeral Home, 311 Willow avenue, Hoboken....
Newark Evening News KARL H. BEHR, TENNIS PLAYER, AMONG SAVED
16th April 1912
Special Service of the NEWS MORRISTOWN, April 16---Word was received here today by Frederick H. Behr, of Headley road, that his brother, Karl H. Behr, of 777 Madison avenue, New York, the noted tennis player, was among the pass...
  HUSBAND AND WIFE SAVED

Mr. And Mrs. A.A. Dick were Luckily Hustled Into Lifeboat Together....
Bridgwater Mercury WEST COUNTRY PEOPLE IN THE TITANIC: CASTLE CARY
20th April 1912
The third officer was Mr. H. J. Pitman of Castle Cary, who was reported yesterday (Thursday) to be amongst the officers saved, having presumably been in charge of one of the boats containing the women....
Wiltshire Times GOOD NEWS FOR BRADFORDIANS
20th April 1912
A telegram from Bradford-on-Avon states that news has been received there that Mrs. Leather, a stewardess on the Titanic, and a sister of Mrs. Hickley, wife of Mr. Hickley, of the Trowbridge Road, has been saved....
Jersey Journal JERSEY CITY MAN AND BROTHER PERISH
19th April 1912
John Kieran, who boarded with James Tierney at Grove and Second streets perished, along with his brother Phillip, in the wreck of the Titanic. John was 23 years old and was employed as a bartender at 268 Varick Street. He was a citizen of the United ...
Jersey Journal MOTHER AND CHILD SAVED AT VERY LAST
19th April 1912
Mrs. Elizabeth Dowdell of 215 Park Avenue, Union Hill, who was rescued with her 7-year-old daughter Esther [sic], said: "I had been abroad and was returning to my home in Jersey. I was taken aboard the life boats with my little girl almost at the las...
Newark Evening News JUST TOLD SEA TOOK HUSBAND
26th April 1912
News that Gwinn Perished on Titanic Long Kept from Asbury Park Woman WAS MAIL CLERK ON LINER Special Service of the NEWS ASBURY PARK, April 26---It was not unti...
  KATIE MCCARTHY : ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

McCARTHY, KATIE (CATHERINE) (LATER MRS. JOHN CROKE). Saved in Lifeboat number 15. En route from Ballygartin, Bansha, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. Daughter of Patrick McCarthy, farmer. ...
CHARLES VALENTINE CLARKE AND HIS WIFE, ADA MARIA CLARKE Daily Mirror CHARLES VALENTINE CLARKE AND HIS WIFE, ADA MARIA CLARKE
19th April 1912
Photograph of the Clarkes...
  REPORT FROM DR. DODGE

Dr. Dodge says he believes this young mans story implicitly: He, Mellors, "was standing by this boat when one of the crew was endeavouring to cut the fastenings that bound it to the vessel just as the onrush of waters came up which tore it loose....
TWO CANADIAN SURVIVORS AND A VICTIM OF THE TITANIC Edmonton Daily Bulletin TWO CANADIAN SURVIVORS AND A VICTIM OF THE TITANIC
30th April 1912
Canadian Surivors and a Titanic victim...
Borough of West Ham, East Ham, and Stratford Express THE TITANIC DISASTER (1)
20th April 1912
The only son of the Rev. R. Partner, who for many years was minister at Balaam-street Congregational Church, was also a passenger on the vessel. It is still uncertain whether or not he is saved, and Mr. ...
Exeter Flying Post THE TITANIC DISASTER (6)
27th April 1912
Quartermaster G. Rowe, a native of Topsham, is among the crew saved. Submitter's footnote: I have read elsewhere that it was in fact George Rowe's married sister who resided at Topsham, Devon. It seems he was a regular visitor ...
South Bucks Standard LUCILLE CARTER : LOCAL CHAT
18th April 1912
Amongst the passengers on the ill-fated “Titanic” were Miss Lucille Carter (a pupil at Wycombe Abbey) and her parents, and brother. Happily their names appear in the list of the saved. ...
TOTS SAVED FROM THE SEA The Evening Telegram TOTS SAVED FROM THE SEA
22nd April 1912
These two handsome little boys, who are at the home of Miss Margaret Hays, are one of the mysteries of the Titanic disaster.  These small boys were rescued as the big liner was foundering.  They speak French fluently, and they know what their fi...
St. Ives Times & Express MR. WILLIAM CARBINES
19th April 1912
Mr. William Carbines, 19, of Nanjivey, was the fourth son of Mr. Nicholas Carbines, and he sailed on the "Titanic" in order to join one of his three other brothers also in Michigan. Although he had been mining in this part of the county for some time...
  KANTOR, MRS. MARTIN

KANTOR, MRS. MARTIN. Saved in Lifeboat number 10. c/o City Office. Wife of Sinai Kantor. A University graduate in dentistry. Lived with cousins in New York City. ...
Chicago Examiner MISS ANNIE KELLY IN HOSPITAL
20th April 1912
Misses Margaret and Beatrice Kelly of 303 Eugenie street were overjoyed last night when they learned that their seventeen-year-old sister, Annie Kelly, who was a Titanic voyager, was one of the survivors picked up by the Carpathi...
Syracuse Herald TITANIC SURVIVOR SUICIDE
13th November 1921
William A. Lucas, who was saved from the Titanic but who acted peculiarly thereafter, shot himself dead on a train travelling from Leeds to London. [London, Nov. 12 - Page 26, column 1] ...
Newark Evening News EAST ORANGE PEOPLE REPORTED SAVED
16th April 1912
Word has been received by Colonel Henry A. Potter, of 95 Harrison street, East Orange, that Mrs. Thomas Potter Jr., his brother’s widow, is among the passengers who were rescued from the Titanic. With her was her daughter, Mrs. Boul...
Chorley Guardian THE TITANIC DISASTER: A NATIVE OF CHORLEY SAVED
27th April 1912
Mr. Charles Herbert Lightoller, the second officer of the ill-fated Titanic, who is among those who were saved, is a native of Chorley. He is the son of Mr. Fred J. Lightoller, and was born in 1874, receiving his education at the Chorley Grammar S...
ANCHOR MADE BY TITANIC CREW SURVIVOR   ANCHOR MADE BY TITANIC CREW SURVIVOR

William McCarthy handicraft...
Derbyshire Times MISS MARSDEN SAVED
20th April 1912
Miss Marsden the niece of Mr. George Robinson of Chesterfield, is among the rescued. Mr. George Robinson had a telegram yesterday (Friday morning) announcing this fact...
New York Times MR. GOLDENBERG EXPLAINS IT
25th April 1912
Says His "Titanic Baggage" Was Purchased on Board Carpathia --- Samuel L Goldenberg of the lace importing house of Goldenberg Bros. & Co.,108 Fifth Avenue, who is among the survivors of the Titanic disaster, explained to THE TIMES ye...
Washington Times MISS GRACIE GOES TO NEW YORK TO GET INFORMATION
17th April 1912
Worn to a point of desperation by the suspense she has undergone since receiving news that her father, Col. Archibald Gracie, was among those saved from the sea tragedy, Miss Edith Gracie, of 1527 Sixteenth street northwest, gave way to her anxiety t...
MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (2)   MISS EARNSHAW'S MYSTERIOUS SECOND CLASS LIST (2)
1912
First page of the list saved by Miss Earnshaw...
Chicago Daily Tribune UNKNOWN TITLE (4)
18th April 1912
Mrs. F. R. Kenyon of New York, whose name appears on the survivors' list, is a sister of Mrs. George P. Baldwin of Oak Park. Mrs. Kenyon was accompanied by her husband, but he is not mentioned as saved. He was formerly associated with Charles G. Stev...
RESTAURANT √† LA CARTE COUPON (BACK)   RESTAURANT √† 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. ...
Adams County News LOCAL INTEREST IN TITANIC LOSS
20th April 1912
Wife of Lutheran Missionary Returning Home with Three Children All Saved in Midnight Transfer to Life Boats Many Gettysburg people are keenly interested in the welfare of four passengers who were o...
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...
THE HEROIC ENGINEERS Daily Sketch THE HEROIC ENGINEERS
22nd April 1912
Mr. Arthur Ward, one of the Titanic's engineers. In all the messages received no mention is made of what happened in the engine-room, of the gallant engineers sticking to their post with the water pouring into the bowels of the ship. That not one was...
Unidentified Newspaper MR. CHARLES BAINBRIGGE
22nd April 1912
Mr. Charles Bainbrigge was a son of Mrs. Bainbrigge of Rohais Manor. He was returning to Savage's International Stock Farm, Minnesota, U.S.A., where he had spent some years. The London "Globe" contained the following paragraph on Saturday:- Mr. Charl...
MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN AT THE US INQUIRY   MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN AT THE US INQUIRY
23rd April 1912
Awaiting His Opportunity To Testify...
Chicago American UNEXPLAINED FEATURES OF WORLD'S GREATEST STEAMSHIP DISASTER
16th April 1912
Whence came the wireless messages of Monday assuring the world of the rescue of passengers and crew from the Titanic without the loss of a life? What was the origin of the report—by wireless via Cape Race—that the steamer Virgi...
Cornishman ANOTHER PENZANCE PASSENGER SAVED
18th April 1912
Among the further list of passengers this morning appears the name of Ellen Wickes (Wilkes). Mr. Ludlow has received the following telegram: Name reported on Carpathia as Ellen Wickes. As we have no passenger of that name I think it must be E...
Newark Evening News WILDWOOD MAN THOUGHT LOST
18th April 1912
WILDWOOD, April 18---Friends of Frederick Sutton, of this place, president of the West Jersey Electric Company, say that he is among those who perished in the Titanic disaster. His name [does not appear?] in the list of the saved. N...
The Evening Standard, Ogden City, Utah, MRS. CORBETT WAS ON TITANIC
24th April 1912
The relatives and friends in Provo of Mrs. Irene C. Corbett have given up all hopes of her life having been saved from the wreck of the Titanic. A cablegram was sent Sunday to Rudger Clawson, president of the European...
Daily Home News MR. SILVEY LOST WHEN WIFE WAS SAVED
19th April 1912
With the landing of the Carpathia last night came final confirmation of the sad news that William B. Silvey, brother of Mrs. Fred Deshler, formerly of this city, now of Washington, was lost with the Titanic. Mrs. Silvey was taken off in a lifeboat a...
Daily Chronicle LAST WILL & TESTAMENT LOST ON TITANIC
23rd July 1912
In the High Court of Justice Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division (Before the Rt. Hon. Samuel Evans, President) In the goods of S. S. Jacobsohn, deceased. page 3 This was a motion by a wid...
Western Morning News TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (4)
17th April 1912
Shaldon has a particular interest in the loss. George Fox Hosking is senior third engineer on the Titanic. He is the eldest son of Captain and Mrs Hosking of The Green, Shaldon, and resides in London. He has a wife and three children. The parents...
RESTAURANT √† LA CARTE COUPON (FRONT)   RESTAURANT √† 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...
New York Times ANCESTOR OF ROTHES SAVED A PRINCESS
23rd April 1912
Bit of Ancient Family History May Have Inspired the Countess-Oarswoman. --- "GRIP FAST," SAID RESCUER --- "Gin the Buckles Bide," Replied the Princess--Coat of Arms and Motto Derived from Incident --- By Marc...
  PHYLLIS QUICK : ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

QUICK, MISS PHYLLIS MAY. Saved in Lifeboat number 11. Born 27th July 1909. Died 15th March 1954, and was buried in the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan, Section 20, lot 1542. Family stayed together in lifeboat, M...
New York Times THANKS FOR A TITANIC SURVIVOR
11th July 1912
This notice comes to THE TIMES from an address in Gothenberg, Sweden: TITANIC---To Dr. Frauenthal's Hospital and the Women's Relief Committee, New York: This opportunity is taken to convey our respectful and hearty thanks to the above...
Sligo Times SLIGO MOURNS
20th April 1912
In Sligo we have not been saved from mourning as four promising young men and women have given up their toll to the ocean. One of the saddest cases is that of our fellow townsman, as we may almost call him, Mr. Alfred Middleton of Ballisodane. Mr. Mi...
MAJOR PEUCHEN ARRIVING IN TORONTO Edmonton Daily Bulletin MAJOR PEUCHEN ARRIVING IN TORONTO
29th April 1912
Titanic survivors from Canada including Major Peuchen...
Brooklyn Daily Times W L GWYN, FORMER BROOKLYN MAIL CLERK, MAY HAVE BEEN LOST
17th April 1912
Postmaster Edward M. Morgan said yesterday that the Titanic was carrying 3,423 sacks of mail and added: "There are generally about four bags of prints---a postal term applied to all other pieces than letters---to one of letters. A bag ...
  JESSIE LEITCH GENERAL INFORMATION

LEITCH, MISS JESSIE WILLS. Saved in Lifeboat number 11. 3, Claud Villa, Denmark Hill, London, SE. UK. Niece of Reverend J. Harper. Returned to England per SS Celtic 25th April 1912. Aged 30 years. Later became Mrs. Anderson. Died 6th Fe...