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A famous photograph taken at Plymouth, shows a group of surviving Titanic stewardesses, but who were they?

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A tale of an estimated 2,224 passengers and crew aboard the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic from Southampton to New York City in 1912. The Titanic, a British passenger liner and the largest ship

Edith Brown who was 15 years old when she survived the Titanic’s sinking, was best known for appearing at a ceremony in 1993 during which she was presented with her father’s pocket watch that had been recovered from the Titanic wreckage. Edith Brown Haisman died in Southampton in 1997 at the age of 100.

Edith Brown who was 15 years old when she survived the Titanic’s sinking, was best known for appearing at a ceremony in 1993 during which she was presented with her father’s pocket watch that had been recovered from the Titanic wreckage. Edith Brown Haisman died in Southampton in 1997 at the age of 100.

The Reverend J. Stuart Holden was the vicar of St. Paul’s Church, London. He had made plans to depart for America aboard Titanic to speak at the Christian Conservation Congress (a six-day convention opening at Carnegie Hall on April 20). However, like Henry Clay Frick, his plans were interrupted by his wife’s sudden illness. On April 9, one day before sailing, the Rev. Holden postponed his trip to stay at his wife’s side.

As everyone knows, the Titanic was the largest and most luxurious ocean liner of its time, and so technologically advanced that it was claimed the ship could not sink. Many wealthy and famous peopl…

Archibald Gracie Amateur historian Archibald Gracie IV was on the Titanic and lived to write about it, although he died months later from his injuries. Portrayed in "Titanic" by Bernard Fox, the Alabama-born writer and real estate investor is among the best-known survivors.

Archibald Gracie Amateur historian Archibald Gracie IV was on the Titanic and lived to write about it, although he died months later from his injuries. Portrayed in "Titanic" by Bernard Fox, the Alabama-born writer and real estate investor is among the best-known survivors.