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Mr James Francis Young, Worked on the Titanic as a Fireman/Stocker/ Engine Crew. He boarded the ship in Southampton. Nothing is known about his time on the ship. He died in the sinking, his body was never recovered.

HENRY NOSS (Crew) Henry Noss was a stoker on the Titanic. He survived the sinking, and later settled in Southhampton, England, where he married and had a family. Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/rare-photos-titanic-passengers-crew-gallery-1.1059998#ixzz1tiiT7CCy

John Jacob Astor IV, a U.S. millionaire businessman who served in the Spanish-American War, died in the sinking of the Titanic. His was one of the 333 bodies recovered from the ship. Astor was identified by the initials sewn on the label of his jacket. He also had a gold pocket watch that his son, Vincent, claimed and wore the rest of his life.

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Juha Panula (Eino's brother), also perished aboard Titanic.

John (Jack) George Phillips As the Titanic was sinking, Phillips worked tirelessly to send wireless messages to other ships to enlist their assistance with the rescue of the Titanic's passengers and crew. He was lost in the sinking and the body never recovered. He was 25 years and 1 day old. His last birthday was on the Titanic.


Master Karl Thorston Skoog, 10, was the son of Anna and Wilhelm Skoog. The family was travelling from Stockholm to Iron Mountain, Michigan. They boarded the Titanic at Southampton as third class passengers. The entire family was lost; their bodies were never recovered. - See more at: http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-victim/karl-thorsten-skoog.html#sthash.CvX7tiHS.dpuf

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

James Muil Smith-jr 4th engineer-James Smith died in the sinking. His body, if recovered, was never identified. His widow and son benefitted from the Titanic Relief Fund. James' son Ian never reached his tenth birthday and died in late 1919. His widow Hannah never remarried.

She Would Not Be Silent, Ida B Wells [b. 1862 - d. 1931] Ida B Wells was in England in 1894 when she heard that white Southerners had put a black woman in San Antonio, Texas into a barrel with "nails driven through the sides and then rolled [it] down a hill until she died." The 31 year old Wells, a black Southerner, was seasoned to the widespread phenomenon of mob torture and murder that went by the shorthand "lynching"; in fact, she was abroad on a speaking tour denouncing it. Nonethele...

Herbert Gifford Harvey: Junior Assistant 2nd. Engineer-At the time of the Titanic's collision with the iceberg Herbert was on duty in the engine room and this is where he was last seen. He died in the sinking and his body, if recovered, was never identified.

William Edward Farquharson was born 1873, Liverpool. He married Martha Ellen McAllister in 1894 & they had 3 children. William apparently "stood-by" the Titanic during the latter stages of her construction & signed on to the ship on 6 April 1912. His previous ship had been the Oceanic & as Senior second engineer he could expect to earn monthly wages of £22. He died in the sinking & his body, if recovered, was never identified. His wife & children were later assisted by the Titanic Relief Fu...

Henry Philip Creese-deck engineer-Henry was lost in the sinking. His body, if recovered, was never identified. His widow and two children were later financially assisted by the Titanic Relief Fund as Class C dependents.


James Fraser was born 1882 in Aberdeen, Scotland. He signed on to the Titanic on 6 April 1912, and his previous ship had been the Adriatic. As junior assistant 3rd engineer he could expect monthly wages of £11, 10s. He died in the sinking and his body, if recovered, was never identified. His widow Florence never remarried and remained living in Southampton

George Sweet, the adopted son of the Herman family. George's body, if recovered, was never identified.


The Titanic Bugler On board the RMS Titanic was P.W. Fletcher of Southampton. 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.

Ship Crew from 'Titanic'

Robert Millar-extra 5th engineer-Robert Millar died in the sinking. His body, if recovered, was never identified. He reportedly led an exemplary life and was very desirous of obtaining his extra chief's certificate and becoming a Board of Trade surveyor. He was also engaged to be married to one Lillian McDougall.