Titanic : On this Day... 16 April

The following 5 people were born

BENVILLE, Mr Edward — 16th April 1864
SWEET, Mr George Frederick — 16th April 1897
ANDERSSON, Miss Sigrid Elisabeth — 16th April 1900
NīQūLA YāRID, Master Ilyās — 16th April 1900
ANDERSSON, Miss Ingeborg Constanzia — 16th April 1902

The following person died

STEWART, Mr John — 16th April 1946

The following 132 items were published

(1912) MARCONIGRAM : MR. JULES BRULATOUR — 16th April 1912  
Associated Press (1912) PROFOUND GRIEF FELT OVER PARIS - LADY DUFF GORDON AND HER HUSBAND PROBABLY AMONG THE DEAD — 16th April 1912  
Boston Daily Globe (1912) FORMER BOSTON RESIDENT — 16th April 1912  
Boston Globe (1912) OTHERS OF REPUTED WEALTH — 16th April 1912  
Boston Globe (1912) PHILLIPS THE JACK BINNS — 16th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) BROOKLYNITES ARE LOST AS TITANIC SINKS — 16th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) FRIENDS EXPECT TO HEAR FROM MRS. SWIFT SOON — 16th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) JAMES CLINCH SMITH WAS NOTED CLUBMAN — 16th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) KARL H. BEHR, TENNIS EXPERT, AMONG RESCUED — 16th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) MRS. CORNELL IS SISTER OF PROMINENT MAGISTRATE — 16th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) MRS. NATSCH PROSTRATED BY NEWS OF DISASTER — 16th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) SORROW AT HARDER HOME DESPITE HOPEFUL MESSAGES — 16th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) WYCOFF VAN DERHOEF HAD BIG CIRCLE OF FRIENDS — 16th April 1912  
Chicago American (1912) 300 OF TITANIC'S PASSENGERS WERE BOOKED AT PARIS — 16th April 1912  
Chicago American (1912) UNEXPLAINED FEATURES OF WORLD'S GREATEST STEAMSHIP DISASTER — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) FIRST VESSEL EVER LOST ON ITS MAIDEN VOYAGE — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) PEARS, SOAPMAKER, SAFE — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) LA TOURAINE IN COMMUNICATION WITH THE TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) LEARNS OF RELATIVE'S RESCUE — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) TITANIC : NAMES NOT ON SAILING LIST — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Evening Post (1912) AMERICANS IN PARIS MOURN LOST KINSMEN — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) ERVIN LEWY : BROTHER AWAITS NEWS — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Journal (1912) A GREAT DEAL OF WRECKAGE FROM THE TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) LLOYDS NEAR TO PANIC — 16th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) SHIES BOATS UNDER CAPT. SMITH — 16th April 1912  
Daily Sketch (1912) WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD: THE BIOFIX PICTURES — 16th April 1912  
Daily Standard Union (1912) BRIDAL COUPLE VICTIMS OF WRECK — 16th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (1) — 16th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (2) — 16th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) ELIZABETHANS ON BOARD BIG LINER TITANIC (3) — 16th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) RAHWAY MAN ON LOST SHIP — 16th April 1912  
Evanston Daily News (1912) NO EVANSTONIANS ABOARD — 16th April 1912  
Evening Bulletin (1912) HAD PREMONITION OF HARM — 16th April 1912  
Hudson Observer (1912) HOBOKEN MAN MAY BE AMONG THOSE DROWNED — 16th April 1912  
Inverness Courier (1912) LINER'S PERIL : TITANIC STRIKES AN ICEBERG AND SINKS — 16th April 1912  
Inverness Courier (1912) THE ESCAPE OF THE TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
New York Herald (1912) ELISABETH ALLEN — 16th April 1912  
New York Herald (1912) TITANIC LEAVING BELFAST — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) ARCHIBALD GRACIE - WIFE'S WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) BENJAMIN GUGGENHEIM ELECTED PRESIDENT — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) BOSTON MAN MISSING — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) CHARLES MELVILLE HAYS — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) CLARENCE MOORE — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) COL. JOHN JACOB ASTOR — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) DISASTER AT LAST BEFALLS CAPT. SMITH — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) EDWARD A. KENT OF BUFFALO — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) FRANK D. MILLET'S CAREER — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) FREDERICK K. SEWARD — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) HENRY B. HARRIS — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) HENRY SLEEPER HARPER — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) JACQUES FUTRELLE, WRITER — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) JAMES CLINCH SMITH — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) JOHN BRADLEY CUMINGS — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) JOSEPH BRUCE ISMAY : CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE WHITE STAR LINE — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) KARL H. BEHR — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) LORD ROTHES AWAITS WIFE — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT (1) — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) MARCONI MAN HAD RECORD — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) MR. AND MRS. T. W. CAVENDISH — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) PRESIDENT TAFT STUNNED — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) PROFILE OF W T STEAD — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) READS BULLETIN, COLLAPSES — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) ST. LOUIS PASSENGERS — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) STRAUS A FAMOUS MERCHANT — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) THE COUNTESS OF ROTHES (1) — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) WEALTHY YOUNGSTOWN FOLK ABOARD — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) YOUNG ROEBLING ON TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) BROTHER OF MONTCLAIR MAN ON MISSING LIST — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) EAST ORANGE PEOPLE REPORTED SAVED — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) ENGINEER HAS SISTER HERE — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) KARL H. BEHR, TENNIS PLAYER, AMONG SAVED — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) LAKEWOOD INQUIRIES — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) NEWARKER IN CHARGE OF THE TITANIC'S MAILS — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) TEN FROM THIS STATE ON TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) TWO TRENTON FAMILIES FEAR FATE OF YOUNG MEN — 16th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) WORD RECEIVED HERE OF C. M. HAYS'S RESCUE — 16th April 1912  
Rahway Daily Record (1912) ARTHUR KEEFE MAY BE MISSING ON LINER TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
Rockford Register Gazette (1912) COUSIN OF DR. O'LOUGHLIN — 16th April 1912  
San Francisco Chronicle (1912) DR. DODGE AND FAMILY MAY HAVE MISSED TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
San Francisco Examiner (1912) HERMAN KLABER ON BOARD THE TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
San Francisco Examiner (1912) SACRAMENTO PAIR IN PASSENGER LIST — 16th April 1912  
Southport Visitor (1912) SOUTHPORT MAN ABOARD — 16th April 1912  
Swindon Advertiser (1912) SWINDON PASSENGERS ON BOARD — 16th April 1912  
The Evening News (1912) MAY BE PROVIDENCE MAN ON THE LIST OF TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Post (1912) MYSTERIES OF THE TITANIC DISASTER — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) CHARLES LYDIATT — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) GEORGE GRAHAM : AGONIZED WAITING IN TORONTO FOR THE SHIP THAT PASSED IN THE NIGHT — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) HAD LETTER LAST FRIDAY — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) HAD SIXTEEN LIFEBOATS — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) HAYS MAY BE SAFE — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) HUGO ROSS WAS ABOARD — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) J. BOREBANK KNOWN HERE — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) MAJOR PEUCHEN : AGONIZED WAITING IN TORONTO FOR THE SHIP THAT PASSED IN THE NIGHT — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) THORNTON DAVIDSON — 16th April 1912  
The Evening Telegram (1912) WON'T AFFECT STOCK MARKET — 16th April 1912  
The Globe (1912) MAJOR A. G. PEUCHEN, TORONTO — 16th April 1912  
The San Francisco Call (1912) OREGONIANS ON SHIP — 16th April 1912  
The San Francisco Call (1912) RELATIVES HERE AWAIT TIDINGS — 16th April 1912  
The San Francisco Call (1912) RESIDENTS OF SACRAMENTO ON BOARD VESSEL — 16th April 1912  
The San Francisco Call (1912) SEATTLE MAN ON LINER — 16th April 1912  
The San Francisco Call (1912) WALTER M. CLARK A PASSENGER — 16th April 1912  
The Sun (New York) (1912) SMITH THOUGHT HIS SHIP UNSINKABLE — 16th April 1912  
Trenton Evening Times (1912) TRENTON MEN ABOARD GIANT TITANIC WHICH MEETS DISASTER IN ICE — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) ARCHIBALD BUTT, MILITARY AIDE TO PRESIDENT TAFT — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) CAPTAIN SMITH BELIEVED TITANIC TO BE UNSINKABLE — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) CLARENCE MOORE, WHO MAY HAVE LOST HIS LIFE, WELL KNOWN IN CAPITAL — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) CONGRESSMAN HUGHES' DAUGHTER WAS AMONG THOSE ON THE VESSEL — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) HENRY B. HARRIS, MAJ. ARCHIBALD BUTT, WILLIAM B. SILVEY — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) LIST OF WASHINGTONIANS ON FATED STEAMER GROWS — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MISS GRACIE HEARS FATHER IS AMONG PASSENGERS SAVED — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. CHURCHILL AMONG THE PASSENGERS RESCUED FROM TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. DESHLER HEARS HER SISTER-IN-LAW IS SAFE; NO WORD FROM BROTHER — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. LUCILLE CARTER AND HER FAMILY ARE SAVED FROM DEEP SEA — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) PRESIDENT AND FRIENDS OF MAJOR BUTT FEAR HE WENT DOWN WITH SHIP — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) PRESIDENT'S AIDE AMONG PASSENGERS ON CRIPPLED SHIP — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) SENATOR GUGGENHEIM FEARFUL THAT HIS BROTHER IS DEAD — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) WASHINGTON MAN MAIL CLERK ON THE ILL-FATED STEAMER — 16th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) WILLIAM T. STEAD KNOWN AS FAMOUS NEWSPAPER MAN — 16th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Post (1912) MARINE DISASTER CAUSED WEAKNESS IN SECURITIES — 16th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Post (1912) NO HOPE FOR MORE SURVIVORS — 16th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) TITANIC INSURED FOR $5,000,000 — 16th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) WALTER PORTER AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC — 16th April 1912  
New York Times (1913) GIVE LIGHTHOUSE FOR TITANIC'S DEAD — 16th April 1913  
New York Times (1913) STRAUS MEMORIALS HELD — 16th April 1913  
The Cornishman and Cornish Telegraph (1914) PERCY BAILEY MEMORIAL NOTICE (1914) — 16th April 1914  
The Cornishman and Cornish Telegraph (1919) PERCY BAILEY MEMORIAL NOTICES (1919) — 16th April 1919  
Toronto Daily Star (1939) RESCUED BY THE SAME LIFEBOAT TITANIC SURVIVORS UNITED AGAIN — 16th April 1939  
Stars and Stripes (1955) THE SHIP THAT COULDN’T SINK: SURVIVOR RECALLS TITANIC DISASTER — 16th April 1955  
Boston Globe (1961) MAY FUTRELLE - RECALL TITANIC SINKING — 16th April 1961  
(1997) LOUISE LAROCHE AT HER HOME — 16th April 1997  
Titanica! (2012) TITANIC SONGBOOK — 16th April 2012