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Hilda Slayter was the only one of 12 British Columbia-bound passengers to live through the ill-fated Titanic maiden voyage in 1912.

Hilda Slayter was the only one of 12 British Columbia-bound passengers to live through the ill-fated Titanic maiden voyage in 1912.

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Titanic passengers.  The older couple on the left were the owners of Macy's, Isador and Ida Straus. They did not survive.  The order was women and children first so most of the men died.  Mrs. Straus chose to stay with her husband and they were last seen sitting on deck chairs awaiting their fate.

Titanic passengers. The older couple on the left were the owners of Macy's, Isador and Ida Straus. They did not survive. The order was women and children first so most of the men died. Mrs. Straus chose to stay with her husband and they were last seen sitting on deck chairs awaiting their fate.

Master Alden Gates Caldwell, 10 months the son of Albert Francis and Sylvia Mae Caldwell.  The family were second class passengers. Alden's mother got into lifeboat 13 and then Alden was tossed to Steward Frederick Ray in the stern. Mr Caldwell stepped into the bow as the boat was lowered.    Alden Caldwell was the baby that Lawrence Beesley spoke of as crying incessantly in his lifeboat until someone noticed his feet were exposed. As soon as the feet were covered the crying ceased.

Master Alden Gates Caldwell, 10 months the son of Albert Francis and Sylvia Mae Caldwell. The family were second class passengers. Alden's mother got into lifeboat 13 and then Alden was tossed to Steward Frederick Ray in the stern. Mr Caldwell stepped into the bow as the boat was lowered. Alden Caldwell was the baby that Lawrence Beesley spoke of as crying incessantly in his lifeboat until someone noticed his feet were exposed. As soon as the feet were covered the crying ceased.

Daniel Buckley Jr. was one of the third class passengers locked below deck when Titanic was flooding. Another passenger broke the lock on the gate, and Buckley was able to sneak onto Lifeboat 15.

Daniel Buckley Jr. was one of the third class passengers locked below deck when Titanic was flooding. Another passenger broke the lock on the gate, and Buckley was able to sneak onto Lifeboat 15.

titanic | ... of The Titanic Historical Society and Receive The Titanic Commutator

titanic | ... of The Titanic Historical Society and Receive The Titanic Commutator

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