Titanic : On this Day... 23 April

The following 2 people were born

LAHTINEN, Rev. William — 23rd April 1876
RIIHIVUORI, Miss Susanna Juhantytär — 23rd April 1889

The following 2 people died

TAYLOR, Mrs Juliet Cummins — 23rd April 1927
STANLEY, Miss Amy Zillah Elsie — 23rd April 1955

The following 96 items were published

New York Times (1890) MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT OF COL. GRACIE AND MS. SCHACK — 23rd April 1890  
(1912) DEATH NOTICE: KEMP, THOMAS HULMAN (1) — 23rd April 1912  
(1912) MAJOR ARTHUR PEUCHEN AT THE US INQUIRY — 23rd April 1912  
Asbury Park Evening Press (1912) PENSION FAMILIES OF LOST CLERKS — 23rd April 1912  
Asbury Park Press (1912) JOHN THOMPSON — 23rd April 1912  
Atlantic City Daily Press (1912) AN ATLANTIC MAN FINDS EVIDENCE FAVORING ISMAY — 23rd April 1912  
Belfast Newsletter (1912) BELFAST AND THE DISASTER — 23rd April 1912  
Boston Globe (1912) STEWARD WHO WAS SAVED — 23rd April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) TITANIC: MORE BODIES FOUND: FIFTEEN IDENTIFIED — 23rd April 1912  
Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1912) TO SUE FOR CLOTHES LOST ON TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago American (1912) CHICAGO GIRL IN LAST LIFEBOAT — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) GIRL TITANIC SURVIVOR IS HERE — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) ICE KEPT AID FROM TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Daily News (1912) MELLEN IN TITANIC STATEMENT — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Evening Post (1912) DREAD OF LIFEBOATS BY PASSENGERS TOLD — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Inter Ocean (1912) CHICAGO GIRL LAST TO LEAVE TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Inter Ocean (1912) OUT TO BEAT RECORD — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Record Herald (1912) NONE PICKED UP CELTIC — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) MRS. CROSBY OF MILWAUKEE, ON WAY HOME, TELLS OF EXCITEMENT IN LOWERING BOATS — 23rd April 1912  
Chicago Record-Herald (1912) SURVIVOR IN CHICAGO — 23rd April 1912  
Cleveland Leader (1912) MARY DAVISON — 23rd April 1912  
Cork Examiner (1912) WILLIAM H. LYONS — 23rd April 1912  
Cork Examiner (1912) WILLIAM MCCARTHY — 23rd April 1912  
Daily Home News (1912) VAN BILLIARD BOYS MAY HAVE STUCK TO FATHER — 23rd April 1912  
Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester) (1912) VICTIM HAD RELATIVES IN THIS CITY — 23rd April 1912  
Duluth Herald (1912) HELEN BISHOP — 23rd April 1912  
Elizabeth Daily Journal (1912) PEACOCK STILL HOPING TO FIND BROTHERS — 23rd April 1912  
Evening Bulletin (1912) STEERAGE VICTIM LIVED HERE — 23rd April 1912  
Evening Telegraph (1912) STEAMSHIP DIRECTOR A VICTIM — 23rd April 1912  
Evening Tribune (1912) MRS CHAFFEE'S ACCOUNT — 23rd April 1912  
Galesburg Evening Mail (1912) TELLS OF RESCUE FROM TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Galesburg Republican Register (1912) FRANK KORUN REACHES HOME — 23rd April 1912  
Hawaiian Gazette (Honolulu) (1912) HERO OF TITANIC NOT THE CAPTAIN SMITH KNOWN WELL IN HONOLULU — 23rd April 1912  
Hibbing Daily Tribune (1912) MISS WILLARD TELLS OF WRECK — 23rd April 1912  
Hudson Dispatch (1912) BODY OF WEST HOBOKEN MAN, VICTIM OF TITANIC DISASTER, FOUND AT SEA — 23rd April 1912  
Hudson Observer (1912) LEAVES SINKING SHIP IN BOAT 13 AND STILL LIVES — 23rd April 1912  
Hudson Observer (1912) MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR TITANIC VICTIM — 23rd April 1912  
Indianapolis Star (1912) ELLEN TOOMEY'S ACCOUNT — 23rd April 1912  
Jersey Journal (1912) BATTLED FOR LIFE WITH SAILOR AFTER THE TITANIC SANK — 23rd April 1912  
Jersey Journal (1912) FEAR JERSEY CITY GIRL'S FIANCÉ WENT DOWN WITH THE TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Le Grand Echo du Nord et du Pas-de-Calais (1912) A SURVIVOR FROM SAINS-BOUVIGNY — 23rd April 1912  
Le Journal de Genève (1912) MRS. A. S. JERWAN SAVED — 23rd April 1912  
Milwaukee Journal (1912) CATHERINE CROSBY — 23rd April 1912  
New York Herald (1912) WILLIAM GWINN — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) ANCESTOR OF ROTHES SAVED A PRINCESS — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) CAPT. F. H. LARNDER OF THE MACKAY-BENNETT/THE CABLE STEAMER MACKAY BENNETT — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) CAVENDISH CHILDREN ESCAPE — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) EDGAR J. MEYER — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) EDGAR J. MEYER ANOTHER HERO — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) F. J. MCCARTY — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) GIRL SURVIVOR HAS PRAISE FOR ISMAY — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) MEDALS FOR RESCUING CREW — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) MR. MORGAN AT VENICE — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) MRS. MARY GAGE SANE — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) PHILADELPHIA SURVIVORS ILL — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) STEAD PROPHESIED A VIOLENT DEATH — 23rd April 1912  
New York Times (1912) THREE BRAVE OFFICERS — 23rd April 1912  
New York Tribune (1912) SARAH ROTH, DANIAL ILES AND EMILY BADMAN — 23rd April 1912  
Newark Daily Advociate (1912) HAD COUSIN ON TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) CLINGING TO HOPE SON DIDN'T SAIL ON TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) MICHAEL DUANE LEARNS FATHER WAS ON TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) MR. FUNK STILL HOPES SISTER MISSED TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) PRIEST GIVES AWAY A LIFEBELT OFFERED HIM — 23rd April 1912  
Newark Evening News (1912) TITANIC SURVIVOR TO THE DEFENSE OF ISMAY — 23rd April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) MEMORIAL SERVICES ARE PLANNED FOR TITANIC DEAD — 23rd April 1912  
Newark Star (1912) SIX BULLET HOLES TITANIC MEMENTOES — 23rd April 1912  
North American (1912) NORTH WALES PEOPLE NOT AMONG SURVIVORS — 23rd April 1912  
Paterson Morning Call (1912) JUMPED FROM SINKING SHIP — 23rd April 1912  
Semi Weekly Iowegian (1912) FRENCH CHILDREN MAY BE HIS - FRANK LEFEBRE GOES TO NEW YORK FROM MYSTIC TO IDENTIFY TWO UNKNOWN FRENCH CHILDREN — 23rd April 1912  
Stirling Observer (1912) IN MEMORIAM WILLIAM YOUNG MOYES — 23rd April 1912  
Syracuse Herald (1912) EMILY BADMAN'S ACCOUNT — 23rd April 1912  
The Auburn Citizen (1912) COLLETT TELLS HIS STORY — 23rd April 1912  
The Charleroi Mail (1912) MRS. HIRVONEN TELLS STORY OF HARROWING SCENES IN LATEST GREAT OCEAN DISASTER. — 23rd April 1912  
The Daily Banner (1912) CUPID WINS OUT — 23rd April 1912  
The Hawaiian Gazette (1912) PUNAHOU STUDENT MAY BE AMONG TITANIC LOST — 23rd April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) MAJOR PEUCHEN AND A STAR REPORTER — 23rd April 1912  
Toronto Daily Star (1912) MAJOR PEUCHEN AND HIS FAMILY — 23rd April 1912  
Unidentified Newspaper (1912) TRIBUTE PAID TO JOHN HARPER LOST ON THE TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) HERBERT J. PITMAN — 23rd April 1912  
Washington Times (1912) J. B. BOXHALL, FOURTH OFFICER OF TITANIC — 23rd April 1912  
Webster City Freeman (1912) TOMLIN RETURNING TO COMPLETE HIS WORK FOR GRADUATION — 23rd April 1912  
Western Daily Mercury (1912) A SIDMOUTH FAMILY. FATHER DROWNED: WIFE & CHILDREN SAVED — 23rd April 1912  
Western Morning News (1912) MR AND MRS TURPIN AMONG THE MISSING — 23rd April 1912  
Torquay Directory (1913) MAN WITH TWO NAMES : TORQUAY PENSIONER AND HIS SAILOR SON — 23rd April 1913  
(1914) TITANIC RELIEF FUND — 23rd April 1914  
(1914) TITANIC RELIEF FUND MINUTE BOOK NUMBER 2, SOUTHAMPTON AREA (3) — 23rd April 1914  
(1914) TITANIC RELIEF FUND MINUTE BOOK NUMBER 2, SOUTHAMPTON AREA (6) — 23rd April 1914  
(1914) TITANIC RELIEF FUND MINUTES — 23rd April 1914  
The Sun (New York) (1914) UNVEIL TITANIC MEMORIAL — 23rd April 1914  
New York Times (1915) BUYER FINDS TRADE IN GERMANY STIFLED — 23rd April 1915  
The Times (1917) A FIREMAN'S ADVENTURES — 23rd April 1917  
New York Times (1927) APPRAISAL OF ESTATE OF AUGUSTINE BIDOIS — 23rd April 1927  
Evening Bulletin (1958) MRS. CROLIUS DIES; TITANIC SURVIVOR — 23rd April 1958  
Philadelphia Inquirer (1958) CROLIUS — 23rd April 1958  
(2004) JOHN MORROGH'S ESCAPE DIARY — 23rd April 2004  
Titanica! (2004) TITANIC: THE LAST PHOTOGRAPH? — 23rd April 2004