TITANIC : NAMES NOT ON SAILING LIST

List of survivors whose names do not appear on the original sailing list, probably includes a large number of those who took the ship at Cherbourg

Chicago Daily News

     Barrett, Karl

     Bassina, Miss A.

     Bessette, Miss

     Brown, Edith

     Brown, T. W. S.

     Burns, Mrs. G. M.

     Bucknell, Mrs. William

     Cahries, W. M. E.

     Carmacion, Renardo M.

     Casebere, Miss D. D.

     Chamdasen, Mrs. Victorine

     Daniel, Miss Sarah

     Desette, Miss

     Drauchensted, Alfred

     Driscoll, Miss B.

      Flegheim, Miss Antoinette

     Francatelli, Miss

     Formery, Miss Elein

     Gerroai, Mrs. Marcy

     Googht, James

     Hansen, Mrs. Jennie

     Haussio, Mile

     Horosons, Massefame

     Healy, Miss Norah

     Helversen, Mrs. A. O.

     Homer, Henry R.

     More, Mrs. Florence

     MaImy, Miss Ruberta

     M'Dearmont, Miss Leitia

     Melicard, Mme.

     Middle, Olivia

     Mock, Philip E.

     Lavory, Miss Bertha

     Lesheur, Gustave J.

     Panhart, Miss Nanette

     Pensky, Miss Rossi

     Skeliery, Mrs. W. N.

     Trout, Mrs. Jessie

THESE DID NOT EMBARK

(by The Associated Press)

First Class:

     E. A. Meldoy

     M. J. White, Schabert

Second Class:

     Dr. J. C. Jenkins

     Mrs. G. Wilkinson

     Ada Wilkinson

     Vice-President Franklin of the International Mercantile Marine said this afternoon that the company was holding back no information and that the steamship Olympic was standing off Cape Race relaying the names of passengers on the Carpathia to the wireless station at Cape Race.

Chicago Daily News, Tuesday, April 16, 1912, p. 3, c. 4:

Relates to Place:

Cherbourg, Normandy, France

Relates to Ship:

Carpathia
Olympic
Titanic

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Thomas E. Golembiewski

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