James Paul Moody. Born Scarborough. Died 21 August 1887 – Atlantic Ocean 15 April 1912) was the Sixth Officer of the RMS Titanic and the only junior officer of the ship to die in the disaster. Moody helped in the loading of Lifeboats No. 12, 14, and 16. While loading No. 14, Fifth Officer Lowe remarked that an officer should man the lifeboat. While the lower-ranked Moody would traditionally have been given this task, he deferred to Lowe.

James Paul Moody (Scarborough 21 August 1887 – Atlantic Ocean 15 April was the Sixth Officer of the RMS Titanic and the only junior officer of the ship to die in the disaster

From the book "Last DInner on the Titanic"

Chef in the a la carte restaurant aboard Titanic. He would be friends with Adamo.

Ruth Becker, titanic survivor. Ruth was twelve when the ship sank, when she was unable to get into a lifeboat with her family she was left on board alone until a passing steward threw her to a lifeboat that was being lowered. She never spoke of the Titanic, her own children never knew she was on board, until she was elderly. Her ashes were scattered over the titanic site in the Atlantic ocean...

Ruth Becker was 12 years old in 1912 when she and her family travelled on the Titanic. After the sinking, she survived in Lifeboat She even narrated her story in one of the Scholastic Books - Finding the Titanic.

Captain of the Titanic

Edward John Smith - also known as Edward J. Smith, captain of the Titanic. It was his plan to retire at the conclusion of the roundtrip voyage (photo: Southampton Maritime Museum) never knew this

John Jacob Astor 1909. Considered the wealthiest man in the world when he died during the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. His wife survived.

John Jacob Astor IV in three years before he went down with the RMS Titanic. He was the wealthiest person aboard the Titanic.

Violet Jessop, ocean liner stewardess and survivor of both the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and the HMHS Brittanic.

Violet Constance Jessop was an ocean liner stewardess and nurse who achieved fame by surviving the disastrous sinkings of sister ships RMS Titanic and HMHS Britannic in 1912 and 1916 respectively. In addition

Thomas Andrews, the man who designed Titanic and worked for Harland and Wolff. He was born February 7th 1873 and was 39 at the time of the sinking. He was a man of great dignity and honor, who built a strong ship...a ship that lasted an hour more than he predicted her to live. He died that night, on the ship he created.

Thomas Andrews, Irish ship-designer and builder who was overseer of the building of the Titanic and her sister the Olympic, died in the disaster.

Mr Frederick Barrett. On April 6th he signed to work on the Titanic's maiden voyage.  He was the lead fireman and was only 28 years old.  When the iceberg struck the side of the ship he was working in boiler room six. It started to fill up with water so he went through a closing door that lead to boiler room five.  All of the stokers were allowed to go to the upper deck except him.  Eventually they were allowed to go to the upper deck. He survived by getting on to lifeboat number thirteen.

Frederick Barrett He was the lead fireman and was only 28 years old.

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