Titanic Lifeboat No. 10

Titanic lifeboat 10, the fourth/fifth/sixth boat to be lowered from the port side. Some claim that No. 10 was the last boat lowered from the port side. Chief Baker Joughin was near this boat and said that he more or less threw people into it. Mrs. Hakkarainen, from third class, may have been the woman who nearly fell into the sea One of the officers pointed at me saying, ‘Room for one more lady. Come on, hurry!’ As I stepped into the boat, it was already moving downward. I lost my balanced (sic), almost falling between the lifeboat and ship until someone in the lifeboat grabbed my arm and pulled me into a seat. On the way down we stopped at a lower deck and picked up one more lady. Our lifeboat did not return to the spot where the Titanic went down. Our lifeboat reached the Carpathia at 7.30 a. m. We were one of the last boats to be picked up. I finally located Anna Sjöblom, who had knocked on my cabin door to awaken me. We had become separated in the rush to the upper deck and had entered separate lifeboats.’ (I’m going to see what has happened, chapter 7, pp. 9-13) trying to get into it.

The youngest survivor, Millvina Dean, was in this boat together with her mother and brother. Her brother was taken care of by Mrs. Thorneycroft who was with them. There were perhaps seven or eight ladies from first class, possibly 15 or more second class passengers, including Mr. Hosono, who jumped into it at the last moment and possibly ten or twelve third class passengers apart from the four crew in it; a total of perhaps 40 people. When they encountered No. 14 and other boats, the two able seamen, Frank Evans and Edward Buley were transferred to No. 14. On the other hand, ten or twelve others were transferred into the boat from No. 14 and No. 10 arrived at the Carpathia with 50 or so, the last boat but one to be rescued.

Lifeboat summary by Peter Engberg

We found 33 people.

Name Age Class/Dept Ticket Joined Job Boat [Body]
28 2nd Class Passenger 3381
£24
Cherbourg 10
62 1st Class Passenger 13502
£77 19s 2d
Cherbourg 10
36 2nd Class Passenger 28551
£13
Southampton 10
26 Deck Crew
Southampton Able Seaman 10
E. Buley
2 m 3rd Class Passenger 2315
£20 11s 6d
Southampton 10
E. Dean
1 3rd Class Passenger 2315
£20 11s 6d
Southampton 10
32 3rd Class Passenger 2315
£20 11s 6d
Southampton 10
8 2nd Class Passenger 28220
£32 10s
Southampton 10
34 2nd Class Passenger 28220
£32 10s
Southampton 10
27 Deck Crew
Southampton Able Seaman 10
F. Evans
28 1st Class Passenger 19950
£263
Southampton 10
E. Fortune
60 1st Class Passenger 19950
£263
Southampton 10
M. Fortune
23 1st Class Passenger 19950
£263
Southampton 10
M. Fortune
24 1st Class Passenger 19950
£263
Southampton 10
A. Fortune
51 1st Class Passenger 13502
£77 19s 2d
Cherbourg Of Independent Means 10
29 2nd Class Passenger 26707
£26
Southampton 10
41 2nd Class Passenger 237798
£13
Southampton Civil Servant 10
46 2nd Class Passenger 226593
£12 7s
Queenstown 10
N. Keane
25 3rd Class Passenger 2654
£7 4s 7d
Cherbourg General Labourer 10
21 1st Class Passenger 13502
£77 19s 2d
Cherbourg 10
G. Longley
23 3rd Class Passenger 347469
£7 17s 1d
Southampton 10
O. Lundin
1 2nd Class Passenger 2079
£37 1d
Cherbourg 10
A. Mallet
24 2nd Class Passenger 2079
£37 1d
Cherbourg 10
18 1st Class Passenger 113773
£53 2s
Southampton 10
M. Marvin
24 3rd Class Passenger 330959
£7 17s 7d
Queenstown 10
32 Engineering Crew
Southampton Fireman 10
C. Rice
30 2nd Class Passenger 250648
£13
Southampton 10
A. Sinkkonen
33 3rd Class Passenger 376564
£16 2s
Southampton 10
32 2nd Class Passenger 31352
£21
Southampton 10
37 2nd Class Passenger 228414
£26
Southampton 10
M. Weisz
33 2nd Class Passenger 34651
£27 15s
Southampton 10
10 m 2nd Class Passenger 34651
£27 15s
Southampton 10
4 2nd Class Passenger 34651
£27 15s
Southampton 10