Mrs Rosa Pinsky (Pinskaya), 32, was born in Warsaw, Poland. She resided in New York (Bora Park 57th Street, Brooklyn). She seemed to have visited relatives in Warsaw and was on her way back. Mrs Pinsky was a widow and boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a second class passenger. She held ticket number 234604, price: £13. It is likely she shared a cabin with Ellen Toomey, Bessie Watt and her daughter Bertha.
Rosa Pinsky survived the sinking. She was rescued (possibly with Mrs Watt in lifeboat 9).
(Russian) A woman, 33 years of age, needed hospital care. Later, because of ill health continued she returned to relatives in Russia. (case 381, awarded 200 dollars from the committee)
American Red Cross
According to the Red Cross, she returned to Russia (Poland). What became of her is unclear but new research suggests she may have been killed in the Holocaust during 1943, and buried in a mass grave.