Mrs Frank Manley Warren (Anna Sophia Atkinson). She boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with her husband Frank Manley Warren they were from Portland Oregon and had been on a tour of Europe.Traveling as first class passengers. Mrs Warren was helped into lifeboat 5 by her husband who then stepped back as the boat was lowered. Mrs Warren survived the sinking.
*MRS. ERNST GILBERT DANBORM (Anna): was married to Ernst Danbom and they had a son Gilbert. The Danbom family boarded the Titanic at Southampton with Anna's sister Alfrida and her husband Anders Andersson as well as Anna Nysten. They travelled as third class passengers. Anna Nysten was the only survivor. Anna Danbom's body, if recovered, was never identified
Fr. Frank Brown, S.J. (1880-1960) - photographer on the Titanic - #1 He photographed the first legs of the voyage of the Titanic which took...
Einar Gervasius Carlson, survivor....“He never wanted to talk about the night of the Titanic, but what we do know about it was that he was not able to retrieve any of his personal belongings and had trouble getting to the lifeboats, as he was a third-class passenger.”
*DOROTHY GIBSON ~ a 22 year-old silent screen actress, was the resident movie star on board Titanic. On the night of the sinking , she and her mom boarded Lifeboat 7, the first to launch, and both survived. She would later star in Saved from the Titanic, a movie made one month after the disaster.
*TITANIC: Portrait of Mrs. Jacob Astor (Madeleine Force), 18, was the wife of millionaire John Jacob Astor , they had been on an extended honeymoon in Egypt and Paris and, in the spring of 1912, decided to return to America as First Class passengers on board the Titanic.
Mr Rossmore Edward Abbott, 16, of Providence, Rhode Island boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a third class passenger together with his mother Rosa Abbott and brother Eugene. As the Titanic took her final plunge Mrs Abbott and her two sons jumped from the deck, she managed to get into Collapsible A but the two boys were lost. The body of Rossmore Abbott was recovered and was buried at sea on 24 April 1912