Mr George Wright is believed to have been born in Tufts Cove, Nova Scotia, on 26 October (There is some confusion about the exact date in the records). He was a farmer’s son, but during a visit to the U. Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia.
The United States ambassador to France, Mr. Robert Bacon, had reserved passage aboard Titanic for himself, his wife and daughter. But their departure was delayed by the tardy arrival of the new ambassador, Myron T.
MARGARET RICE ~ and her five young children boarded the Titanic at Queenstown in Corklreland. She was a widow + was returning to her home in Washington. Her 5 sons were with her, Albert George Eric Arthur 4 and Eugene 2 years old.
As the ship was sinking, Denis, who is sometimes listed as Timothy O’Brien in Titanic passenger records, wrote a note to Michael. He gave the note and his overcoat to a woman in a lifeboat and asked her to see that his brother got them.
When the Titanic went down on April a certain W. Harbeck was on board as its official filmmaker. And with his death at age 45 (or thereabouts), one of the most industrious and promising figures in the early movie-making industry was lost.
*MR.EDWARD POMEROY COLLEY ~ Titanic Victim Born: Thursday 15th April 1875 Age: 37 years (Male) Last Residence: in Dublin Ireland 1st Class Passengers First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket No. 5727 , £25 11s 9d Cabin No.: E58 Died in the Titanic disaster (15th April 1912). Body Not Recovered
Mrs Mary Eliza Compton Titanic Survivor Born 7th August 1847 Age: 64 years Married to: Alexander Taylor Last Residence: in Lakewood New Jersey United States 1st Class Passengers First Embarked: Cherbourg on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket No. 17756 , £83 3s 2d Cabin No.: E45 Rescued (boat 14) Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912 Died: Thursday 4th December 1930 Travelling Companions (on same ticket) Miss Sara Rebecca Compton Mr Alexander Taylor jr Compton
First Quartermaster Robert Hichens steered the Titanic into the iceberg. He later got into a fight in the lifeboat with 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown,' which brought her lifelong fame. Hichens continued to work aboard ships after the sinking.