Titanic : On this Day... 18 April

The following 2 people were born

PEUCHEN, Major Arthur Godfrey — 18th April 1859
MCINTYRE, Mr William — 18th April 1890

The following 2 people died

MāMā, Mr Hannā Mikā'īl — 18th April 1952
SCHABERT, Mrs Emma — 18th April 1961

The following 132 items were published

(1912) CARPATHIA ARRIVES IN NEW YORK WITH TITANIC SURVIVORS — 18th April 1912  
(1912) FILM OF CARPATHIA RETURNING SURVIVORS TO NEW YORK — 18th April 1912  
(1912) MARCONIGRAM — 18th April 1912  
(1912) MARCONIGRAMS — 18th April 1912  
(1912) MARCONIGRAMS (1) — 18th April 1912  
(1912) THE ENGLISHMAN — 18th April 1912  
Binghamton Press (1912) SEVERAL VICTIMS OF TITANIC DISASTER WELL-KNOWN IN CITY — 18th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) E. N. KIMBALL---LOST ON TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Times (1912) NO NEWS OF KIMBALLS — 18th April 1912  
Camden Daily Courier (1912) FREDERICK SUTTON PHOTOGRAPH — 18th April 1912  
Camden Daily Courier (1912) NOTHING HEARD OF FREDERICK SUTTON — 18th April 1912  
Camden Post-Telegram (1912) FEAR FRED. SUTTON SANK WITH TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
Chicago American (1912) AWAIT NEWS IN DETROIT — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) CHICAGOAN'S KIN TITANIC STEWARD — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) MESABA WARNED DOOMED TITANIC OF ICEBERGS — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Tribune (1912) ANXIETY FOR MISSING ONES — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Tribune (1912) MERCHANT FAINTS FROM JOY — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Daily Tribune (1912) UNKNOWN TITLE (4) — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) PASTOR AND WIFE MISSING — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Examiner (1912) TITANIC'S CAPTAIN WARNED OF HUGE FILED OF ICEBERGS — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) BUYER FOR NUGENT BROTHERS ON TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) FISHING BOATS NEAR — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) SLUMS MOURN STEAD : OLD-TIMERS IN CHICAGO'S CHINATOWN REMEMBER — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) BRUCE HAS NO WRECK DETAILS — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) CHAMPION AT RACQUETS LOST. — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) LOSS OF TITANIC PREDICTED - CAPTAIN SMITH — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) PHOTOGRAPHS ICE THAT SUNK LINER — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) SKIPPER PREDICTS FATE OF TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) TITANIC STRUCK ON CLEAR NIGHT — 18th April 1912  
Chicago Tribune (1912) WIRELESS STORMS ISLAND — 18th April 1912  
Cleveland Plain Dealer (1912) SIXTEEN OHIOANS ARE STILL MISSING — 18th April 1912  
Cornishman (1912) ANOTHER PENZANCE PASSENGER SAVED — 18th April 1912  
Cornishman (1912) NEWLYN MAN RESCUED — 18th April 1912  
Cornishman (1912) SAFETY OF A HAYLE MAN - MR. SAMUEL RULE — 18th April 1912  
Corriere della Sera (1912) STILL MISSING A COMPLETE LIST OF THE ITALIAN'S SHIPWREKED — 18th April 1912  
Corriere Mercantile (1912) THE NAMES OF THE ITALIANS — 18th April 1912  
Daily Mail (1912) FATE OF A FAMILY — 18th April 1912  
Daily Mail (1912) MR. BEESLEY THOUGHT MISSING — 18th April 1912  
Daily Mail (1912) REV. BYLES MISSING — 18th April 1912  
Daily Mail (1912) THE MAY FAMILY — 18th April 1912  
Denver Post (1912) ARCHIBALD C. BUTT WAS TO HAVE BEEN MARRIED THIS FALL — 18th April 1912  
East Dorset Herald (1912) J. A. PRIDEAUX OF BOURNEMOUTH — 18th April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) AWAIT COMING OF CARPATHIA WITH RESCUED — 18th April 1912  
Evanston Daily News (1912) LOCAL WOMAN'S KIN SAVED FROM TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
Evening Bulletin (1912) POSTPONE RYERSON FUNERAL — 18th April 1912  
Hartford Courant (1912) MRS. STEWART DID NOT SAIL ON TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
Hayle Weekly Mail (1912) HAYLE MAN ONE OF THE STEWARDS — 18th April 1912  
Highland Times (1912) THE OCEAN TRAGEDY — 18th April 1912  
Hudson Observer (1912) CRAZED WITH GRIEF BY FATHER'S DEATH — 18th April 1912  
Jersey Journal (1912) BAYONNE MAN SAVED, HOBOKEN BOY LOST — 18th April 1912  
L'Eclaireur de Nice et du Sud-Ouest (1912) MRS. SCHABERT, MR. MOCK, MR. AND MRS. L.P. SMITH, MR. STEWART — 18th April 1912  
Le Figaro (1912) MR. WIDENER — 18th April 1912  
Le Mémorial des Pyrénées (1912) MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT (LE MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT) — 18th April 1912  
Manchester Evening News (1912) MANCHESTER VICTIMS: CHIEF ELECTRICAL ENGINEER ON THE TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) GAMBLERS ON THE TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) MARCONI CHEERED FOR WIRELESS FEATS — 18th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) NATHAN STRAUS TOLD — 18th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) RULERS COMPLIMENT MORGAN ON BIRTHDAY — 18th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) SCOUT CRUISERS AND COMMANDERS ORDERED OUT IN TITANIC DISASTER — 18th April 1912  
New York Times (1912) SHOCK OF DISASTER KILLS WOMAN — 18th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) STENGELS TO CARE FOR MRS. AND MISS MINAHAN — 18th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) SURE BROTHER PERISHED — 18th April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) WILDWOOD MAN THOUGHT LOST — 18th April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) FEAR ELIZABETH FOLK WENT DOWN WITH TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) MR. STENGEL SENDS WORD HE IS SAFE — 18th April 1912  
Ormskirk Advertiser (1912) AN ORMSKIRK VICTIM — 18th April 1912  
Philadelphia Inquirer (1912) FREDERICK SUTTON — 18th April 1912  
Philadelphia Inquirer (1912) WILDWOOD BUSINESS MAN AMONG MISSING — 18th April 1912  
Pittsburgh Post (1912) MR. AND MRS. ALBERT C. CALDWELL — 18th April 1912  
Rahway Daily Record (1912) WITH FLAGS AT HALF STAFF RAHWAY SHOWS HER SORROW — 18th April 1912  
San Francisco Chronicle (1912) DR. DODGE AND HIS FAMILY ARE SAFE — 18th April 1912  
San Francisco Chronicle (1912) RUTH DODGE AND WASHINGTON JR. — 18th April 1912  
San Francisco Chronicle (1912) WASHINGTON DODGE — 18th April 1912  
South Bucks Standard (1912) LUCILLE CARTER : LOCAL CHAT — 18th April 1912  
Southport Visitor (1912) LOCAL PASSENGERS ABOARD ILL-FATED SHIP — 18th April 1912  
Southport Visitor (1912) MR. JAMES WALPOLE — 18th April 1912  
Southport Visitor (1912) MR. WALTER ENNIS — 18th April 1912  
The Evening Post (1912) HOLDING BACK FACTS OF DISASTER STIRS CRITICISM — 18th April 1912  
The Globe (1912) TRAGIC HONEYMOONS — 18th April 1912  
The Times (1912) MR. CHRISTOPHER HEAD — 18th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) E.Z. TAYLOR'S ACCOUNT — 18th April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) MISS HILDA SLAYTER — 18th April 1912  
Trenton Evening Times (1912) GIVE UP HOPE FOR ROEBLING AND BLACKWELL — 18th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) CLAIMS MRS. GAGE SUFFERS PARANOIA — 18th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) MAJ. BUTT IS PAID TRIBUTE BY MASONS — 18th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) PREMONITION CAME TO NOTED NOVELIST — 18th April 1912  
Washington Herald (1912) WENT TO DEATH WITH HIS HOUNDS — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) CAPITAL RESIDENTS IN NEW YORK FOR CARPATHIA'S COMING — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) COL. GRACIE TO BE MET IN NEW YORK BY HIS DAUGHTER — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MAJOR BUTT'S MEMORY HONORED BY MASONS — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MISS EDITH GRACIE — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. MOORE AWAITS WORD OF HUSBAND — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. GEORGE D. WIDENER — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. HENRY B. HARRIS SAVED FROM WRECK — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. J. B. THAYER — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. JOHN JACOB ASTOR (1) — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) MRS. R. L. BECKWITH — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) NOTHING YET HEARD FROM MRS. CANDEE — 18th April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) WOMAN FAINTS WHEN TOLD BUTT IS AMONG MISSING — 18th April 1912  
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) CAMBORNE AND REDRUTH PASSENGERS — 18th April 1912  
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) LOBB WAS RETURNING HOME — 18th April 1912  
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) NANCARROW A PASSENGER ON TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) PENZANCE PARTY ON TITANIC BOUND FOR AKRON — 18th April 1912  
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) ROBINS' PLANNE TO SETTLE IN NATIVE TOWN — 18th April 1912  
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) UNKNOWN TITLE (6) — 18th April 1912  
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser (1912) UNTITLED (2) — 18th April 1912  
Western Daily Mercury (1912) AN EXETER PASSENGER — 18th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) FROM WESTCOUNTRY - FURTHER PERSONAL DETAILS — 18th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) FROM WESTCOUNTRY - FURTHER PERSONAL DETAILS (1) — 18th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW — 18th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (10) — 18th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (11) — 18th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (12) — 18th April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) TITANIC DISASTER, WESTCOUNTRY PASSENGERS AND CREW (13) — 18th April 1912  
Women's Wear Daily (1912) EDITH L. ROSENBAUM — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) SHOCK OF LOSS PROVES FATAL — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Evening Gazette (1912) SMITH CONFIDENT OF SHIPS STRENGTH — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) BOSTON MAN ON FRANCONIA REPORTS COMMUNICATING WITH CARPATHIA — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) CINCINNATI GETS MESSAGE — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) FOR NEW BEDFORD LIBRARY — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) FROM POPE AND KING — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) FUNDS FOR SURVIVORS — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) MRS. CHARLES ASPLUND AND THREE CHILDREN ARE SAVED — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) NAME NOT ON LIST BUT WOMAN IS SAFE — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) NEVER NEAR TITANIC — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) NO SIGN OF WRECK — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) REPORT FUTRELLE SAFE — 18th April 1912  
Worcester Telegram (1912) STORM STOPS NEWS: SABLE ISLAND COMMUNICATES BRIEFLY WITH THE CARPATHIA. — 18th April 1912  
The Times (1913) WOLFF, GUSTAV W. — 18th April 1913  
New York Times (1921) PEARLS WORTH $5,000 LOST — 18th April 1921  
Libération (1958) EDITH RUSSELL HOLDING HER LUCKY PIG — 18th April 1958  
Chicago Tribune (1961) 49 YRS. AFTER TITANIC SINKS, SURVIVOR DIES — 18th April 1961