Survivor Laura M. Cribb, third class passenger. She was 16 years old. Boarded Titanic with her father, John Hatfield Cribb. She survived, her father did not.

*LAURA MARY a the teen giving“one awful shriek”+losing consciousness as she watched from a lifeboat as the “unsinkable” luxury liner slipped beneath the surface of the frigid Atlantic Ocean.Going down with the ship was her father,John Hatfield Cribb.

Famous People On The Titanic | Finns on the Titanic - Titanic 2012 Centennial - TitanicCokato2012 ...

*TITANIC ~ Two Finnish passengers, who perished in the sinking of the Titanic, were Mr. William (William and Anna) Lahtinen, pictured above. William Lahtinen was a Finnish Apostolic Lutheran minister in Cokato, Minnesota.

Jock Hume, played the violin in Titanic's band. Starcrossed lovers: Jock Hume, right, in a portrait released by his family after the Titanic sank. Left, Mary Costin in 1915. Click on picture to read their story.

A Titanic family feud: The mother and child disowned by in-laws after death of ship's hero violinist

Jock Hume, played the violin in Titanic's band. Starcrossed lovers: Jock Hume, left, in a portrait released by his family after the Titanic sank. Right, Mary Costin in

Titanic Survivor: After he was ordained in 1915, Fr Browne was assigned as chaplain to the Irish Guards in France and Flanders for the duration of World War I. According to Fr O'Donnell: "He was there until 1920 when he ended up as the most honoured Roman Catholic padre in the British Army having won the military cross and bar, the French Croix de Guerre and was personally handed the Belgian Croix de Guerre by the King of the Belgians – not bad for a non-combatant."

The Titanic - ghosts from below

Nurse Alice Cleaver with First Class infant Trevor Allison -the only survivor of the wealthy Allison family from Ontario, Canada.

Hudson Joshua Creighton, his wife Bessie Waldo Allison, their daughter Helen Loraine Allison, and their son Hudson Trevor Allison were passengers on board the RMS Titanic. Of the family, only baby Trevor survived.

Miss Ebba Iris Alfrida Andersson, 6, was born 14 November 1905, the daughter of Alfrida and Anders Andersson from Kattestorp farm, Kisa, Ostergotland, Sweden. The family boarded RMS Titanic at Southampton, England, as third class passengers. They were all lost in the sinking, their bodies were never recovered.

Miss Ebba Iris Alfrida Andersson, 6, was born 14 November 1905, the daughter of Alfrida and Anders Andersson from Kattestorp farm, Kisa, Ostergotland, Sweden. The family boarded RMS Titanic at Southampton, England, as third class passengers. They were all lost in the sinking, their bodies were never recovered.

Titanic survivors Lillian and Felix Asplund, aged 5 and 3.  Lillian was the last survivor with actual memories  of the sinking.  She passed away in 2006.

Titanic survivors Lillian and brother Felix Asplund, aged 5 and Lillian was the last survivor with actual memories of the sinking.

Tragical Titanic Survivor after arriving in New York him and his family traveled to Main and there he was killed in a car a car accident not 1 month into surviving the Titanic disaster.

Tragic - Robert Douglas Spedden, a Titanic survivor at age after arriving in New York, traveled with his family to Maine. He died there just three years later when he was hit by a car, one of the first car/pedestrian accidents in Maine.

The Unsinkable Molly Brown. She was not only a Titanic survivor, but a social activist as well.

The Unsinkable Molly Brown.When the Titanic hit an iceberg in passenger Molly Brown shouted to the…

Famous Passengers Booked for the Ship's Next Voyage    The Titanic’s return trip to England was scheduled to begin on April 20. Among the more famous names who had apparently booked passage:    • Henry Adams, descendant of two presidents and author of “The Education of Henry Adams.”    • John Alden Dix, then governor of New York.(above)    • J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the White Star Line. A survivor of the Titanic disaster, Ismay was portrayed as a villain in many accounts.

Seven Famous People Who Missed the Titanic

*TITANIC ~ Famous Passengers Booked for the Ship's Next Voyage The Titanic’s return trip to England was scheduled to begin on April Among the more famous names who had apparently booked passage:

*TITANIC:   An unidentified stewardess from Titanic (on left) with Mrs Slocumbe, who was manageress of the Turkish baths on the ship. (Topham/Topham Picturepoint/PA Images)

In pictures: The aftermath of the Titanic tragedy · TheJournal.ie- On the left an unidentified Stewardess of the ship. Slocumbe, who managed Titanic's Turkish Baths

Thomas Beattie (37) The night of the sinking he was lucky enough to scramble into possibly the last available lifeboat. His luck ran out later during the cold, dark night on the sea, as he died of exposure. The Carpathia came to rescue the survivors only, of Titanic.

Thomson Beattie Class Passenger on the Titanic. He was pulled into a lifeboat but died of exposure.

people on the titanic | ... the high top shoes she wore the night of the titanic s sinking she

She would have been an interesting person to talk to also. Louise Kink Pope kept the high-top shoes she wore the night of the Titanic's sinking. She died in Milwaukee in

The "unsinkable" Molly Brown, who survived the Titanic tragedy. Love the hat!

The "Unsinkable" Molly Brown

The "unsinkable" Margaret Brown, who survived the Titanic tragedy, and did a lot of advocacy work for the survivors. Love the hat! As an aside, Margaret Brown was never called Molly in her lifetime.

Name: Eric Rice Ship: RMS Titanic Passenger: 3rd class Nationality: Irish Residance: Athlone, Westmeath Ireland Death: April 15, 1912 2:20 am Cause: Titanic sinking (body never found) Age: 7 years

Eric Rice Ship: RMS Titanic Passenger: class Nationality: Irish Residence: Athlone, Westmeath Ireland Death: April 1912 20 am Cause: Titanic sinking (body never recovered) Age: 7 years

One of the wealthiest and most colorful characters on the Titanic’s maiden voyage, was Charlotte Cardeza of Philadelphia.

One of the wealthiest and most colorful characters on the Titanic’s maiden voyage, was Charlotte Cardeza of Philadelphia. Traveling with her only son, they boarded the ship on her birthday and occupied the most expensive stateroom available.

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