Miss Asuncion Durán i Moné, 27, a domestic, was born in San Adrian, Prov. Lérida, Spain. She had been visiting her father Ramon Duran at Tamaset 167 Piso 2°-1a- in Barcelona and was going to Tomas Benedicto, Plaza del Vapor, Havana, Cuba.
She boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg as second class passenger together with her sister Florentina. She held ticket number SC/PARIS 2149, price: £13 17s 2d.
Asuncion and her sister survived the sinking. They were rescued by the Carpathia in lifeboat 12. To travel from New York to Havana, she bought ticket number 1508 for £3 1s 9d on 6 April 1912 from White Star Agent N. Martin in Paris. She was to travel via Ward Line.
She is thought to have married, and lived and died in Havana. Likely buried under her married name at Colon Cemetery, Havana, Cuba.