Name: Mr Albert Francis Caldwell Titanic Survivor Born: Tuesday 8th September 1885 Age: 26 years 7 months and 7 days (Male) Last Residence: in Bangkok Siam 2nd Class Passengers First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket No. 248738, £29 Destination: Biggsville Illinois United States Rescued (boat 13) Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912 Died: Thursday 10th March 1977 aged 91 years
Name: Mrs Selena Cook (née Rogers) Titanic Survivor Born: Sunday 6th April 1890 Age: 22 years and 9 days (Female) Married to: Arthur Cook Last Residence: in Oxford Oxfordshire England 2nd Class Passengers First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket No. 14266, £10 10s Cabin No.: F33 Destination: New York City New York United States Rescued (boat 14) Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912 Died: Saturday 12th September 1964 aged 74 years
Alfred Edgar Windebank-cook On the night of the disaster to the Titanic, 15th April 1912, Windebank was one of those who escaped in Lifeboat 13, for which several survivors’ accounts exist (but regrettably none by him). Lifeboat 13 left from the boat deck on the starboard side, loaded by Sixth Officer Moody (who died), and under command of Leading Fireman Fred Barrett.
Violet Jessop.Sobrevivió a los tres accidentes que experimentaron los tres mejores barcos de la naviera White Star o, lo que es lo mismo, quizás los tres mejores barcos de una época. Violet Jessop salió indemne en 1911 del Olympic, que casi naufragó tras un abordaje fortuito; sobrevivió al hundimiento del Titanic, en 1912, y se salvó del naufragio del Britannic, hundido en 1916 durante la Primera Guerra Mundial. La biografía de Violet Constance Jessop es un icono de la supervivencia
Name: Mr Ramon Artagaveytia Titanic Victim Born: July 1840 Age: 71 years 9 months (Male) Last Residence: in Buenos Aires Pampas Argentina Occupation: Businessman 1st Class Passengers First Embarked: Cherbourg on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket No. 17609 , £49 10s 1d Died in the Titanic disaster (15th April 1912). Body recovered by: Mackay-Bennett (No. 22)
Graham (38, first class) had worked for Eaton's in Toronto for nine years before he came to the new Winnipeg store in 1906. By this time he was head of the China Department and one of Eaton's international buyers. He and a number of colleagues were in Europe on a buying trip but Graham was the only one to make it back to Southampton in time to sail.
Adolphe SAALFELD (47) Chemist/Distiller/Wealthy businessman; Manchester | SURVIVOR | Southampton 1st class | On his way to NY City to launch a perfume company. He carried a leather case filled with 65 glass vials of essential oils | When Titanic hit the iceberg he boarded one of the first half-full lifeboats. He returned to Manchester and worked as a chemist, shunned by society. His great-great niece heard about the perfume discovery (2000) and filmed "My Titanic Uncle"