Ellen Bird was employed as a maid by Mrs. Isidor Strauss. One of the most famous Titanic survivors, Ellen Bird was the maid from one of the wealthiest and well known families of the era.
Mr Oscar Scott Woody, He was on board the Titanic as a postal clerk and victualing crew. Mr Woody died in the sinking. His body was recovered (#167) and buried at sea.
Titanic survivor (Laura) Mabel Francatelli who was employed by the Duff-Gordons.
*TITANIC ~ First Class Passengers Mr Emil Brandeis age 48 lived
Titanic victim Jeremiah Burke, 19, from Glanmire in Cork was given a Holy Water bottle at the quayside in Cobh by his mother before he set off for the US. As the Titanic sank in the early hours of 15 April, 1912, he threw the bottle and message into the sea. The bottle was washed ashore a year later in Dunkettle, only a few miles from his family home. The note, which read "From Titanic, goodbye all, Burke of Glanmire, Cork" has remained in the Burke family for nearly a century.
Neshan Krekorian (26) There is some controversy about his getting into a lifeboat. Some say he jumped in ahead of others and some say he was ordered to get in-whichever, he survived the sinking-a rarity for a 3rd class man. He made his way to Ontario, Canada but needed rest due to his bout of pneumonia. He eventually married-but never again did he go near a boat.
Marshall's mother died two weeks after he was born and so his uncle and aunt, James and Lulu Drew, became his adoptive parents. They boarded the Titanic at Southampton as second class passengers. On embarking Marshall and his uncle were allowed to view the first class areas. They had a look at the gymnasium and barbers shop. The latter doubled as a souvenir shop and James bought Marshall a ribbon with 'RMS Titanic' embroidered on. Marshall and his Aunt survived, in lifeboat 10. His uncle…
Seaman’s registration card for Charles Herbert Lightoller. recording his Extra Master’s certificate. He was Chief Officer on board the White Star Line ship Celtic in 1919 Catalogue reference: BT 350