Titanic Emergency Lifeboat No. 2

Titanic emergency lifeboat 2, the seventh boat loaded from the port side. Fourth Officer Boxhall was sent in charge of this boat and he had another sailor, a steward and a kitchen hand with him. Eight ladies from first class, including sisters Charlotte Appleton and Malvina Cornell found seats in the boat and six passengers from third class were there as well; Mrs. Coutts and her two young sons and the Kink family. In all, there were probably no more than 18 people in it. Boat 2 was the first boat to reach the Carpathia, shortly after 4 o'clock in the morning.

Lifeboat summary by Peter Engberg
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We found 18 people.

Name Age Class/Dept
29 1st Class Passenger
Photograph of Elisabeth Walton Allen
53 1st Class Passenger
Photograph of Charlotte Appleton
28 Deck Crew
Titanic Officers
Photograph of Joseph Groves Boxhall
55 1st Class Passenger
Photograph of Malvina Helen Cornell
36 3rd Class Passenger
Photograph of Winnie  Coutts
9 3rd Class Passenger
Photograph of William Loch  Coutts
3 3rd Class Passenger
Photograph of Neville Leslie Coutts
48 1st Class Passenger
Photograph of Mahala Douglas
28 Victualling Crew
52 Victualling Crew
Photograph of James Johnstone
29 3rd Class Passenger
Photograph of Anton Kink
26 3rd Class Passenger
Photograph of Luise Kink-Heilmann
4 3rd Class Passenger
Photograph of Luise Gretchen Kink-Heilmann
29 1st Class Passenger
Servant
Photograph of Emilie Kreuchen
27 1st Class Passenger
Servant
Photograph of Berthe Leroy
16 1st Class Passenger
Photograph of Georgette Alexandra Madill
27 Deck Crew
Photograph of Frank Osman
43 1st Class Passenger
Photograph of Elisabeth Walton Robert

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