Miss Nūr al-'ayn Būlus (Laura/Nourelain Boulos) was born in Sar’al, Syria (now Lebanon) around 1902.
Her father had emigrated to Kent in Ontario, Canada several years previously and worked as a bus driver for the Rankin House Hotel there but made several trips back to Lebanon. By 1912 she and her family were still working the family farm but it was decided that she, her mother and brother Akar would join Harry Būlus in Canada.
Nūr al-'ayn, her mother and brother departed from their home village in mid-March 1912 before travelling to Marseille, France via Beirut and onward to Cherbourg. They boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg on 10 April 1912 as third class passengers (ticket number £2678 which cost £15, 4s, 11d). Travelling with them were a number of others from their locality, including Kātrīn Yūsuf, née Rizq, and her two young children and Bākhūs Rafūl-Būlus.
Nūr al-'ayn Būlus, her mother and brother were lost in the sinking. Their bodies, if recovered, were never identified.