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Richard Norris Williams III (Tennis Star) also gained fame as being a survivor of the RMS Titanic disaster in April 1912. He and his father, Charles (who he saw crushed by a falling funnel), were traveling first class on the liner. Shortly after the collision, Williams freed a trapped passenger from a cabin by breaking down a door. He was reprimanded by a steward, who threatened to fine him for destroying White Star Line property, an event that inspired a scene in Cameron's 1997 film Titanic.

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R.M.S. Titanic. Interior of First Class Cabin in Dutch Renaissance style.

Mabel Skoog Ship: RMS Titanic Passenger: 3rd class Nationality: Swedish Residence: Hallekis, Vastagotaland Sweden Death: April 15, 1912 2:20 am Cause: Titanic sinking (body never recovered) Age: 9 years

Mabel Skoog, Sweden 1910 family photo -

Algernon Henry Wilson Bankworth survived by putting on a heavy fur coat and life jacket, which buoyed him. He eventually pulled himself onto an overturned lifeboat

Fate of the Titanic's Passengers

This photo shows the interior of Father Browne's cabin. According to Father O'Donnell: "When Ballard found the Titanic, he discovered that it was in two pieces, nearly half a mile apart. The ship split in two right through Father Browne's suite of rooms. He was 37a. The matching room on the other side of the grand staircase was inhabited by Thomas Andrews, the builder of Titanic from Harland and Wolf."

The Titanic - ghosts from below

Johan Samuel Andersson was 28 years old when he died during the Titanic sinking. His body was not recovered.

Harold Victor Goodwin Ship : RMS Titanic Passenger : 3rd class Nationality : British Residence: Fulham, England Death : April 15, 1912 2 : 20 am Cause : Titanic sinking ( body never recovered ) Age : 9 years

Vancouver Titanic survivor Bertha Marshall gave two extensive interviews to The Province about the ordeal before she died. Asked her most vivid memory, she replied: “The lifeboats. Our boat had room for 75 people. There were only 49 aboard — it was wicked.” Photograph by: Files , Library of Congress/The Province

The Olde Barn: RMS Titanic 100 Years

Harry Markland Molson. Victim of Titanic Sinking. Former mayor of Dorval PQ. Governor of Montreal General Hospital. Board of Directors of Molson Bank. Cousin on birthfather's maternal side.

Titanic Fact #19: The Titanic had 48 ring bouys (lifebouys) dispensed around the ship.

Joseph J. Fynney was 35 years old when he lost his life during the sinking of Titanic. His body was recovered.

The Titanic Bugler On board the RMS Titanic was P.W. Fletcher of Southampton. Fletcher was the ship's Bugler. He would announce meals and any events that were happening on the ship. Fletcher, 26, was born in London. He had transferred from the Olympic, Titanic's sister ship and initially signed-on to the Titanic After arrival at Southampton on 4 April he signed on again. He was paid the same as steward but actually worked as the ship's Bugler. His body if recovered, was never identified.

The Titanic also had a better version of the mechanical horse on board, complete with a real side saddle!

Side Saddle: Horse in the House?

Molly Brown was on board the Titanic when it tragically sunk in 1912. Although she knew the ship was taking on water, she shouted to a panic-stricken fellow passenger: "There's no danger. It simply can't go down, because I'm on it and I'm unsinkable." Her bantering words, which rang out with the determination never to be defeated and never to give in to despair are said to have given courage to her fellow passengers. Those who stand up at a crucial moment demonstrate genuine greatness. Ikeda

Titanic newspaper report on the women and children survivor's health.

Titanic Second Officer Charles Lightoller said he knew the real reason why Titanic hit the iceberg and sank. He protected White Star and kept the info to himself except for telling his beloved wife. He followed the "Women and Children" rule and dove into the ocean as it sank. He lead a group of others in staying afloat on an overturned lifeboat. He was the last survivor to board the Carpathia. His is a story worth reading. His version of what happened to Titanic is incredible.

John Harper, passenger on theTitanic with his daughter and niece - #16 Harper was a Baptist preacher on his way to the U.S. with daughter and niece. On the tragic night, he put them in a lifeboat before he perished.

This is believed to be the iceberg that sank the Titanic on April 14-15, 1912. The photograph was taken from the deck of the Western Union Cable Ship, Mackay Bennett, commanded by Captain DeCarteret. The Mackay Bennett was one of the first ships to reach the scene of the Titanic disaster. According to Captain DeCarteret, this was the only berg at the scene of the sinking when he arrived.

Very Interesting Photos Vol.11

Anxious callers outside offices of the White Star Line waiting to learn news of survivors of shipwreck of luxury liner “Titanic” which sank off Newfoundland after it struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage. New York, NY, US Now the former WSL Office is a Radio Shack.