Titanic : On this Day... 17 April

The following 2 people were born

MORGAN, Mr John Pierpont — 17th April 1837
SINCOCK, Miss Maude — 17th April 1891

The following 2 people died

WOLFF, Mr Gustav Wilhelm — 17th April 1913
JEWELL, Mr Archie — 17th April 1917

The following 170 items were published

(1912) AUGUSTUS SMITH — 17th April 1912  
(1912) CAPTAIN EDWARD JOHN SMITH — 17th April 1912  
(1912) CHEQUEBOOK JOURNALISM — 17th April 1912  
(1912) IMAGE OF WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD — 17th April 1912  
(1912) LETTER ABOUT TITANIC VICTIM LEOPOLD WEISZ — 17th April 1912  
(1912) MARCONIGRAM : FROM: WINFIELD THOMPSON — 17th April 1912  
(1912) WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD — 17th April 1912  
Aberdeen Daily Journal (1912) ABERDEEN ENGINEER ABOARD — 17th April 1912  
Asbury Park Evening Press (1912) CAPT SMITH UNCLE OF RED BANK MAN — 17th April 1912  
Atlantic City Daily Press (1912) COUSIN OF CITY CLERK DONNELLY AMONG RESCUED — 17th April 1912  
Brighton Argos (1912) SHOREHAM MAN MISSING [ISAAC MAYNARD] — 17th April 1912  
Brighton Argus (1912) FORMER MAYOR OF CHELSEA — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) ALBERT A. STEWART ONE OF THE LOST ISLANDERS — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) BAYSIDE'S LOSS IN DEATH OF HENRY B. HARRIS — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) BROTHER OF BROOKLYNITE, A PRIEST, WAS ON TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) FAR ROCKAWAY GIRL SAFE ON CARPATHIA — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) JAMES CLINCH SMITH SAW MUCH HAPPINESS AHEAD — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) L. I. YACHTSMEN WILL MISS FREDERICK M. HOYT — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) LONG ISLANDERS WHO WERE ON TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) MRS. CORNELL SAVED? — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) ON WAY TO REUNION; IS LOST ON TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) REJOICE TO HEAR OF MRS. CORNELL'S RESCUE — 17th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) W L GWYN, FORMER BROOKLYN MAIL CLERK, MAY HAVE BEEN LOST — 17th April 1912  
Cambria Daily Leader (1912) SWANSEA MEN ABOARD TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Camden Post-Telegram (1912) HADDONFIELD MAN ON BOARD TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Chicago American (1912) LOUISVILLE DOCTOR, HEIR TO VILLA, DIES ON LOST TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Journal (1912) PITIFUL APPEALS FOR NEWS AT OFFICE HERE UNGRATIFIED — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) 'EARS' OF TITANIC FAIL — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) ASKED TO MEET TWO WOMEN — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) FATHER OVERCOME WITH JOY — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Tribune (1912) FAMILY OF EIGHT MISSING — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Tribune (1912) SAILED IN '70S WITH TITANIC'S CAPTAIN — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Evening Post (1912) LAPLAND WILL REPLACE TITANIC AS MAIL SHIP — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) HOPE FOR THE SAFETY OF MISSING PASSENGERS — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Inter Ocean (1912) NEWS OF DISASTER IS FATAL — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Journal (1912) TWO DULUTH MEN PERISH — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Journal (1912) WRECK PUTS WIRELESS STOCK UP 25 POINTS — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) HEARS SISTER IS ALIVE — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) NEW NAMES ADDED TO THOSE ON BOARD THE TITANIC - SOME LIVE. — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) NEWS ONLY FROM AMERICA — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) NIAGARA NEAR TITANIC'S FATE — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) PREACHER EN-ROUTE HERE — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) WOMAN IN COLLAPSE — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) EDWARD GIFFORD CROSBY — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) HARRIETTE CROSBY (1) — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) MORGAN DINNER RECALLED — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) SISTER AND BROTHER LOST? — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) STEAD'S CLAIRVOYANT MISSED — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) TITANIC GOT WARNING OF PERIL FROM ICEBERGS — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) UNCONFIRMED STORY OF HORROR — 17th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) WILLIAM EDWARD MINAHAN — 17th April 1912  
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) FOUR ON BIG LINER CLEVELAND BOUND — 17th April 1912  
Concord Enterprise (1912) MRS. J. MURRAY BROWN — 17th April 1912  
Daily Home News (1912) JERSEY PEOPLE WHO HAD RELATIVES ON BOARD — 17th April 1912  
Daily Northwestern (1912) A SAD FAREWELL — 17th April 1912  
Daily Northwestern (1912) SAW THE ICEBERG — 17th April 1912  
Daily Sketch (1912) THE SADDEST OF MANY SAD STORIES — 17th April 1912  
Denver Post (1912) LADY DUFF-GORDON AND HUSBAND AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) REPORT LOSS OF 5 PERSONS COMING HERE — 17th April 1912  
Evening Bulletin (1912) HAD PREMONITION OF DISASTER — 17th April 1912  
Evening Times (1912) ON THEIR HONEYMOON — 17th April 1912  
Excelsior (1912) PORTRAITS OF FAMOUS TITANIC PASSENGERS — 17th April 1912  
Gloucester Citizen (1912) HODGES HENRY P. : GLOUCESTERIAN'S BROTHER UNLISTED WITH THE SAVED — 17th April 1912  
Hampshire Independent (1912) IN MEMORIAM: WILLIAM FARQUHARSON — 17th April 1912  
Hudson Dispatch (1912) TWO WEST HOBOKEN MEN WERE AMONG VICTIMS ON TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Hudson Observer (1912) JERSEY CITY MAN HEARS FATHER AND SISTER ARE SAFE — 17th April 1912  
Hudson Observer (1912) MILLET, THE ARTIST, IS REPORTED AMONG THE MANY DROWNED — 17th April 1912  
Hudson Observer (1912) WEST HOBOKEN MAN A PASSENGER ON THE LOST STEAMER — 17th April 1912  
La Chronique de Bayonne (1912) S.S. NIAGARA HITS AN ICEBERG — 17th April 1912  
La Presse (1912) TWO SURVIVORS — 17th April 1912  
Le Journal de Genève (1912) TITANIC PASSENGERS FROM SWITZERLAND — 17th April 1912  
Le Matin (1912) CAPTAIN SMITH AND BARZOI — 17th April 1912  
Le Matin (1912) MISSING: ASTOR AND STEAD — 17th April 1912  
Le Petit Journal (1912) JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV (1) — 17th April 1912  
Le Petit Journal (1912) JOSEPH BRUCE ISMAY — 17th April 1912  
Le Petit Journal (1912) MADELEINE ASTOR FORCE — 17th April 1912  
Le Petit Journal (1912) MAJOR ARCHIBALD W. BUTT — 17th April 1912  
Le Petit Journal (1912) TITANIC COMPARED WITH NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS — 17th April 1912  
Liverpool Echo (1912) AMONG THE MISSING — 17th April 1912  
Milwaukee Journal (1912) MILWAUKEE GIRL LOST — 17th April 1912  
New York Herald (1912) EDWARD A. KENT (1) — 17th April 1912  
New York Herald (1912) MR. W. ROEBLING, 2D, AMONG PASSENGERS — 17th April 1912  
New York Sun (1912) WAS THE MAYOR'S FRIEND — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) DEATH NOTICE OF ARTHUR L. RYERSON, JR. — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) J. P. MORGAN IS 75 YEARS OLD TO-DAY — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) LOST TWO IN IROQUOIS FIRE — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) MRS. ASTOR — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) NEW VERSION OF BUTT'S TRIP — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) NOT BOATS ENOUGH (SAYS MRS. GUGGENHEIM) — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) OVERCOME BY GOOD NEWS — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) ROEBLING IS EXCUSED FROM JURY — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) STRAUS'S SECRETARY WAITS ALL NIGHT — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) TAFT CONCERNED FOR BUTT — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) THE DUFF GORDONS — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) THE HARRISES — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) THE WIDENERS — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) TITANIC WRECK ECHO AT HOE LIBRARY SALE — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) VINCENT ASTOR AS HEAD OF HIS FAMILY — 17th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) VINCENT ASTOR'S GRIEF — 17th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) ELIZABETH RESIDENTS WERE ON THE TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) ELIZABETH RESIDENTS WERE ON THE TITANIC (1) — 17th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) F. K. SEWARD SAVED — 17th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) FEAR ANOTHER NEWARKER GONE — 17th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) TWO SURVIVORS WERE TO VISIT IN ARLINGTON — 17th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) W. HULL BOTSFORD, OF ORANGE, MAY BE LOST — 17th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) WIRELESS FROM THE STENGELS — 17th April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) THREE OF TEN JERSEY PASSENGERS ARE SAFE — 17th April 1912  
Philadelphia Inquirer (1912) J. CLINCH SMITH PHOTO — 17th April 1912  
Public Ledger (1912) MAJOR ARCHIBALD W. BUTT, U.S.A. — 17th April 1912  
Rahway Daily Record (1912) ARTHUR KEEFE ONE OF THE PASSENGERS ABOARD THE TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Salt Lake Tribune (1912) UTAH WOMAN ON TITANIC NOT NAMED AS SURVIVOR — 17th April 1912  
San Francisco Chronicle (1912) CLARENCE MOORE (1) — 17th April 1912  
San Francisco Chronicle (1912) GIVES LIFE FOR LOVE OF HUSBAND — 17th April 1912  
San Francisco Chronicle (1912) JOSEPH LORING — 17th April 1912  
San Francisco Chronicle (1912) SARA COMPTON — 17th April 1912  
Sheffield Daily Telegraph (1912) SHEFFIELDER'S BROTHER MISSING — 17th April 1912  
Southport Guardian (1912) BIRKDALE LADY ON THE TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City (1912) IRENE CORBETT AND ONE OF HER CHILDREN — 17th April 1912  
The Scotsman (1912) STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER — 17th April 1912  
The Toronto World (1912) C. M. HAYS' CAREER — 17th April 1912  
The Toronto World (1912) ROYALTY'S DEEP SYMPATHY — 17th April 1912  
The Toronto World (1912) SHOCK WAS FATAL — 17th April 1912  
The Toronto World (1912) SOUTHAMPTON TOWN OF MOURNING — 17th April 1912  
The Toronto World (1912) THREE MONTREAL MEN---VICTIMS OF TITANIC TRAGEDY — 17th April 1912  
The Toronto World (1912) WIRELESS FLASHES HEARD BY TWO TORONTO OPERATORS — 17th April 1912  
The Toronto World (1912) WIRELESS WORK ON A YACHT NOT FAST ENOUGH FOR ME — 17th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) GILT-EDGED STOCKS AFFECTED BY DISASTER — 17th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) HUGO ROSS — 17th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) PORTRAIT OF QUIGG BAXTER — 17th April 1912  
Trenton Evening Times (1912) STANLEY AND HARRIS NOT ON THE TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Unidentified Newspaper (1912) BENJAMIN GUGGENHEIM — 17th April 1912  
Unidentified Newspaper (1912) JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV — 17th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) COMMANDER OF THE ILL FATED TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) MAJ. BUTT TOLD FRIENDS HE HAD FEAR OF MISHAP — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) ACTOR IS WORRIED OVER FATE OF MAN ON UNFORTUNATE SHIP — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) HEARTFELT SYMPATHY OF FRIENDS HERE GOES TO MRS. L. P. SMITH — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MISS GRACIE GOES TO NEW YORK TO GET INFORMATION — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MOORE'S PARTNERS GIVE UP HOPE OF HEARING FROM HIM — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS HENRY B. HARRIS, FORMERLY MISS IRENE WALLACH, OF WASHINGTON — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. LUCIEN P. SMITH, DAUGHTER OF CONGRESSMAN JAMES A. HUGHES — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) SENATOR GUGGENHEIM GOES TO NEW YORK TO MEET CARPATHIA — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) TITANIC MAIL CLERK'S WIFE ANXIOUSLY WAITS FOR NEWS ABOUT HIM — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) TITANIC'S CAPTAIN HAD LONG RECORD ON THE HIGH SEAS — 17th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) W. B. SILVEY'S DAUGHTER TRIES TO ENCOURAGE HER GRIEVING GRANDMOTHER — 17th April 1912  
Western Daily Mercury (1912) A PLYMOUTH PASSENGER — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) BOUND FOR SALT LAKE CITY — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) EDGAR & FRED GILES, PORTHLEVEN — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (1) — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (2) — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (3) — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (4) — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (5) — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (7) — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (8) — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (9) — 17th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS — 17th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) SAFETY OF FORMER RESIDENTS OF WORCESTER CAUSES WORRY AMONG FRIENDS IN THIS CITY — 17th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) 3500 SACKS OF MAIL ON TITANIC — 17th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) TO FIND BODIES — 17th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) W.C.PORTERS LETTERS TO WIFE AND PARTNER — 17th April 1912  
Hampshire Independent (1915) DEATH NOTICE (9) — 17th April 1915  
Hampshire Independent (1915) IN MEMORIAM — 17th April 1915  
Hampshire Independent (1915) IN MEMORIAM — 17th April 1915  
Hampshire Independent (1915) IN MEMORIAM (2) — 17th April 1915  
Hampshire Independent (1915) IN MEMORIAM (3) — 17th April 1915  
Hampshire Independent (1915) IN MEMORIAM: FAY — 17th April 1915  
Hampshire Independent (1915) IN MEMORIAM: NORMAN HARRISON — 17th April 1915  
Worcester Telegram (1964) MRS. SELMA ASPLUND [OBITUARY] — 17th April 1964  
Titanic Review (2012) THE MARITIME PAINTINGS OF SIMON FISHER — 17th April 2012  
Titanic Review (2012) TITANIC DRAMA MINISERIES REVIEWED (ITV - EPISODE 4) — 17th April 2012