Mr Adolf Mathias Nikolai Olsen Humblen was born 28 May 1869 in Nilsgården farm, Borgund, Romsdal County, Norway, to Ole Ananias, a farmer and a fisherman, and Berte Oline Didriksdatter (nee Myklebust?) Nilsen, who had married 17 October 1858 at Borgund. He was christened 1 January 1870 also at Borgund1
His known siblings included Niels Markus, b. 29 March 1858, Ole Peter, b. 25 October 1860, Severin Britannus, b. 22 March 1863, and Karl Laurits, b. 9 February 1872.
Adolf married Oliva Eliassen Hansdatter Fuglefjord Humblen on 7 November 1895 in Borgund Church. She was a native of the Faeroe Islands. The couple lived in Borgsund, Langevåg, Ålesund.
He was very likely going to Duluth, Minnesota, even though the White Star Line listed his destination as 369 Madison Avenue, Milwaukee (Johan Carlsson). He seems to have been a 'general labourer.'
Humblen was travelling with Olaus Abelseth (with whom he shared cabin G-63 forward on F-Deck), Abelseth's brother-in-law Sigurd Moen, and his cousin Peter Søholt, Karen Marie Abelseth and Anna Salkjelsvik. They all set sail from Ålesund, Norway to Newcastle via Bergen. They boarded the Titanic at Southampton.
Humblen lost his life in the disaster.