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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: www.nydailynews.c...

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

    Juha Panula perished aboard Titanic.

    Titanic survivor list

    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 Fund

    First Officer Murdoch of Titanic. He went down with the ship.

    *TITANIC CREW

    Cpt. Smith shows a young lad the workings of the ship

    In memory of all the lost children of the Titanic.

    Emigrant, boarding ship

    Embalming on the Mackay-Bennett rescue ship. The so-called death ship retrieved bodies from the sea (people lost in the Titanic) and brought them back to Halifax.

    Vest recovered from the wreckage site of RMS Titanic.

    Henry Joseph Bailey Titanic Master At Arms who commanded lifeboat 16. One of two men in the role of ship''s disciplinarian, but the sole survivor of the pair.

    What Brought Down the Titanic?

    Hilda Slayter 2nd class survivor of Titanic

    The Snyders who both survived the sinking of The Titanic

    In the 1898 novel Futility, 14 years before the sinking of the Titanic, Morgan Robertson penned a fictitious tale about a ship named Titan, which rams an iceberg and sinks with many victims. Some of the uncanny similarities between the book and the Titanic calamity include the month (April), the length of the ship (Titanic 882.5 feet; Titan 800 feet), and the number of passengers on board (Titanic, 2,200; Titan, 2,000).

    *TITANIC ~ Survivor ... Lillian after ordeal...Lillian, who was rescued w/ Felix + her mum, never married and ket her possessions locked away in a shoe box in her desk, nt even telling her family about them. The Asplunds were emigrating from Sweden to america where Lillian spent the rest of her life.

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