Titanic : On this Day... 1913

The following 6 people died

MORGAN, Mr John Pierpont — 31st March 1913
WOLFF, Mr Gustav Wilhelm — 17th April 1913
LEE, Mr Reginald Robinson — 6th August 1913
SPENCER, Mrs Marie Eugenie — 26th October 1913
FR├ÂLICHER-STEHLI, Mr Maximilian Josef — 22nd November 1913
ANDREWS, Miss Kornelia Theodosia — 4th December 1913

The following 116 items were published

Antioch News (1913) WIFE CAN'T COLLECT DAMAGES — 1st January 1913  
New York Times (1913) ISMAY IS TO QUIT — 1st January 1913  
New-York Tribune (1913) BRUCE ISMAY RESIGNS AS HEAD OF WHITE STAR — 1st January 1913  
The Times (1913) MR. ISMAY AND THE WHITE STAR LINE — 1st January 1913  
New York Times (1913) SMART HEIRS SEEM NOW TO BE A MYTH — 7th January 1913  
New York Times (1913) WILLS FOR PROBATE (3) — 7th January 1913  
New York Times (1913) THE SMART MYSTERY — 8th January 1913  
New-York Tribune (1913) MORGAN SPENDS AN AFTERNOON IN MUD — 8th January 1913  
(1913) THOMAS WILLIAM SOLOMON BROWN'S DEATH CERTIFICATE — 9th January 1913  
New York Times (1913) TITANIC SURVIVOR MARRIES — 9th January 1913  
New York Times (1913) ANOTHER MYTH OF SMART — 16th January 1913  
The Washington Post (1913) TITANIC CLAIMS $10,000,000 — 16th January 1913  
The Washington Times (1913) MORGAN AND ALDRICH SEE POMPEII TOGETHER — 23rd January 1913  
New York Times (1913) SUES GUGGENHEIM ESTATE — 28th January 1913  
(1913) DOROTHY GIBSON: STAR STYLE — 31st January 1913  
New York Times (1913) A. A. STEWART LEFT $276,974 — 1st February 1913  
Southern Daily Echo (1913) PAINFUL STORY AT SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT — 5th February 1913  
Cork Examiner (1913) TITANIC GANTRY DESIGNER DIES — 8th February 1913  
New York Times (1913) OBITUARY NOTES — 9th February 1913  
Concord Enterprise (1913) TO INSTITUTE SUIT — 12th February 1913  
New York Times (1913) OBITUARY NOTES (2) — 21st February 1913  
New York Times (1913) SIR WILLIAM ARROL — 21st February 1913  
New York Times (1913) CAPT. ROSTRON TO RECEIVE MEDAL TO-MORROW — 27th February 1913  
The Salt Lake Tribune (1913) TITANIC SURVIVOR COMES TO SALT LAKE — 27th February 1913  
The Salt Lake Tribune (1913) TITANIC SURVIVOR IN SALT LAKE — 28th February 1913  
New York Times (1913) ROSTRON GETS MEDAL TO-DAY — 1st March 1913  
New York Times (1913) CAPT. ROSTRON GETS MEDAL — 2nd March 1913  
New York Times (1913) TITANIC SURVIVORS MARRY — 2nd March 1913  
New York Times (1913) PARTNER SAYS SMART DIDN'T SIGN THE WILL — 5th March 1913  
New York Times (1913) STARTS NEW SEARCH FOR SMART CHILDREN — 9th March 1913  
The Washington Times (1913) DIAZ STARTS BACK TO MEXICAN HOME — 10th March 1913  
The Washington Times (1913) MORGAN, VISIBLY ILL, ARRIVES I [SIC] ITALY — 13th March 1913  
The New York Times (1913) J. P. MORGAN IN ROME (1) — 14th March 1913  
The Sun (New York) (1913) MR. MORGAN REACHES ROME FEELING WELL — 14th March 1913  
The Washington Herald (1913) MORGAN CARRIED FROM STEAMSHIP — 14th March 1913  
The Sun (New York) (1913) MR. MORGAN VICTIM ONLY OF OVERWORK — 15th March 1913  
Liverpool Echo (1913) BRITISH SEAFARERS' UNION. — 18th March 1913  
New York Times (1913) STRAUS FOUNTAIN AWARD TO LUKEMAN — 21st March 1913  
The Sun (New York) (1913) MR. MORGAN STILL SUFFERS — 22nd March 1913  
Chicago Examiner (1913) VANDERBILTS ESCAPE WRECK ON THE FRANCE — 23rd March 1913  
The New York Times (1913) MORGAN FIT AS EVER, SAYS HIS PHYSICIAN — 23rd March 1913  
The New York Times (1913) MORGAN MUST REST; SON ADMITS ANXIETY — 30th March 1913  
The New York Times (1913) MORGAN'S DOCTORS ADMIT CONDITION IS 'MOST CRITICAL' — 31st March 1913  
The World Evening Edition (New York) (1913) MORGAN, UNABLE TO EAT, DIES IN ROME; BODY IS TO BE SENT HERE FOR BURIAL — 31st March 1913  
New York Times (1913) MORGAN FORTUNE NEAR $100,000,000 — 1st April 1913  
The Washington Times (1913) KIN OF MORGAN MAY HALT SHIP — 1st April 1913  
The World Evening Edition (New York) (1913) OLYMPIC NOT LIKELY TO BE HELD FOR BODY OF DEAD FINANCIER — 1st April 1913  
The Times (1913) WHITE STAR OFFICERS' PAY AND CONDITIONS IMPROVED — 4th April 1913  
The Sun (New York) (1913) MR. MORGAN'S BODY ON OCEAN — 6th April 1913  
The World Evening Edition (New York) (1913) OLYMPIC IS HERE WITH INNER-SKIN AND UNSINKABLE — 9th April 1913  
The Washington Times (1913) MISS HAYES' WARDS LIVING IN POVERTY — 10th April 1913  
New York Times (1913) HORSEWOMEN IN PARADE — 11th April 1913  
The World Evening Edition (New York) (1913) YOU CAN BUILD A SHIP BIGGER THAN OLYMPIC, BUT YOU CAN'T BUILD A BIGGER BRAIN TO RUN IT — 12th April 1913  
(1913) JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN AND HIS SON IN LONDON — 15th April 1913  
Je Sais Tout (1913) JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN — 15th April 1913  
New York Times (1913) TITANIC SURVIVOR FACES DEATH AGAIN — 15th April 1913  
New York Tribune (1913) MRS. ELOISE HUGHES SMITH AND HER SON — 15th April 1913  
The Times (1913) IN MEMORIAM (1) — 15th April 1913  
New York Times (1913) GIVE LIGHTHOUSE FOR TITANIC'S DEAD — 16th April 1913  
New York Times (1913) STRAUS MEMORIALS HELD — 16th April 1913  
The Times (1913) WOLFF, GUSTAV W. — 18th April 1913  
Southampton Times and Hampshire Express (1913) DEATH NOTICE: KIRBY & MCMULLEN — 19th April 1913  
The Times (1913) INVENTIONS SURGE AFTER TITANIC DISASTER — 19th April 1913  
Torquay Directory (1913) MAN WITH TWO NAMES : TORQUAY PENSIONER AND HIS SAILOR SON — 23rd April 1913  
New York Times (1913) MISS MARGARET HAYS WEDS — 24th April 1913  
Torquay Times (1913) ECHO OF THE TITANIC DISASTER : STRANGE STORY OF MAN WITH TWO NAMES — 25th April 1913  
New York Times (1913) THE TITANIC (1) — 4th May 1913  
The World Evening Edition (New York) (1913) MADMAN LEAPS FROM BIG LINER; RESCUED IN A FOG — 8th May 1913  
New York Times (1913) LEAPED FROM LINER AT SEA TO SAVE MAN — 9th May 1913  
New-York Tribune (1913) MAJESTIC IN WITH CHIEF OFFICER A HERO — 9th May 1913  
New York Times (1913) ROSENSHINE LEFT $161,033 — 11th May 1913  
International News Service (1913) ENGAGED TO WED MARRIED MAN: DOROTHY GIBSON — 25th May 1913  
(1913) TITANIC RELIEF FUND MINUTE BOOK NUMBER 2, SOUTHAMPTON AREA (7) — 3rd June 1913  
New York Times (1913) MACY & CO. EMPLOYES GIVE STRAUS TABLET — 9th June 1913  
Unidentified Newspaper (Granville, Ohio) (1913) COLLETT HAZING RINGLEADER EXPELLED FROM SCHOOL — 11th June 1913  
Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York) (1913) SIDNEY COLLETT VICTIM OF HAZERS — 12th June 1913  
Post-Standard (Syracuse, New York) (1913) BRITISH EMBASSY BEGINS SEARCHING INVESTIGATION OF STUART COLLETT HAZING — 18th June 1913  
New York Times (1913) MONUMENT TO BUTT SOON — 19th June 1913  
(1913) TITANIC RELIEF FUND MINUTES (2) — 30th June 1913  
The Sun (New York) (1913) ISMAY OUT OF MARINE CO. — 30th June 1913  
Daily Telegraph (1913) FIRE ABOARD THE "CALIFORNIAN" — 3rd July 1913  
New York Times (1913) KING TO TITANIC SURVIVOR — 12th July 1913  
The Times (1913) ANNIE ROBINSON ABOARD "GALATEA" IN 1913; CONVERSATION WITH KING AND QUEEN — 12th July 1913  
The Times (1913) LIFE-SAVING AT SEA — 12th July 1913  
The Times (1913) LAURELS ON STEAD'S OCEAN GRAVE — 1st August 1913  
New York Times (1913) BELGIANS PLAN TITANIC SUITS — 8th August 1913  
Southern Daily Echo (1913) LINK WITH THE TITANIC: DEATH OF LOOK-OUT MAN AT SOUTHAMPTON — 8th August 1913  
Hampshire Advertiser (1913) LINK WITH TITANIC - DEATH OF THE LOOK-OUT MAN AT SOUTHAMPTON — 9th August 1913  
Chicago Tribune (1913) SAILOR, TITANIC SURVIVOR, DIES — 10th August 1913  
New York Times (1913) $4,427,608 ESTIMATE OF STRAUS ESTATE — 11th August 1913  
(1913) TITANIC RELIEF FUND MINUTE BOOK NUMBER 2, SOUTHAMPTON AREA (1) — 14th August 1913  
The Times (1913) LIGHTOLLER PROMOTED TO LIEUTENANT, R.N.R. — 16th August 1913  
New York Times (1913) MRS. J. CLINCH SMITH DIES — 21st August 1913  
New York Times (1913) GRAND DUKE AT NEWPORT — 30th August 1913  
Sphere (1913) SEAMEN'S ORPHANS ON HOLIDAY — 30th August 1913  
Sphere (1913) TITANIC ORPHANS ON WATER 1913 — 30th August 1913  
The Bathurst Times (1913) MRS GOLD IN SYDNEY : THE HEROINE OF THE TITANIC — 6th September 1913  
New York Times (1913) MORE TITANIC CLAIMS FILED — 13th September 1913  
Warwick Examiner and Times (1913) THE TITANIC : THE HEROINE OF THE SHIPWRECK — 15th September 1913  
The Times (1913) CAPTAIN E. J. SMITH MEMORIAL — 27th September 1913  
Chicago Examiner (1913) POET KEMP LOCKED UP AS STOWAWAY — 4th October 1913  
Chicago Tribune (1913) NEWS OF THE SOCIETY WORLD : MRS. RYERSON RETURNING — 13th October 1913  
New York Times (1913) GUGGENHEIM TAX $30,000 — 16th October 1913  
New York Times (1913) FOR BUTT-MILLET MEMORIAL (1) — 24th October 1913  
Chicago Tribune (1913) JUST MISSED TITANIC'S FATE: TEUTONIC VEERS OFF ICEBERG — 28th October 1913  
New York Times (1913) OBITUARY NOTES (1) — 29th October 1913  
New York Times (1913) PIRRIE DENIES THAT HE IS TO RETIRE — 21st November 1913  
(1913) TITANIC RELIEF FUND MINUTE BOOK NUMBER 2, SOUTHAMPTON AREA — 27th November 1913  
New York Times (1913) MISS KORNELIA T. ANDREWS — 5th December 1913  
Chicago Examiner (1913) MORE SPIRIT NOTES BY STEAD REVEALED — 7th December 1913  
Chicago Examiner (1913) STEAD'S SPIRIT PICKS WRONG LADY GORDON — 16th December 1913  
The Times (1913) PRESENTATION OF MEDALS FOR GALLANTRY — 17th December 1913  
New York Times (1913) MRS. MARVIN'S WEDDING — 19th December 1913  
(1913) MANSION HOUSE REPORT — 22nd December 1913  
(1913) TITANIC RELIEF FUND : RE CHARLES LIGHTOLLER — 22nd December 1913  
New York Times (1913) MRS M. F. MARVIN IS CHRISTMAS BRIDE — 26th December 1913