Crew of the RMS Titanic

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RMS Titanic's four surviving officers: Fifth Officer Harold Lowe, Second Officer Charles Lightoller, Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall, and Third Officer Herbert Pitman, seated

The crew of the RMS Titanic were among the estimated 2,208 people who sailed on the maiden voyage of the second of the White Star Line's Olympic class ocean sea liners, from Southampton, England to New York City in the US.[1] Halfway through the voyage, the ship struck an iceberg and sank in the early morning of 15 April 1912, resulting in the deaths of over 1,500 people,[2] including approximately 688 crew members.[3]

Crew

Breakdown of casualties according to the British Board of Trade report (click for detail). Crew members are in blue

The following is a full list[4] of known crew members who sailed on the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic.

Included in this list are the nine-member Guarantee Group and the eight members of the ship's band, who were given passenger accommodations and treated as both passengers and crew.[5][6] They are also included in the list of passengers on board RMS Titanic.

Crew members are colour-coded, indicating whether they were saved or perished.
     The crew member did not survive
     The crew member survived

Survivors are listed with the lifeboat from which they were known to be rescued by the RMS Carpathia, on 15 April 1912.

Victims whose remains were recovered after the sinking are listed with a superscript next to the body number, indicating the recovery vessel:

  • MB – CS Mackay-Bennett (bodies 1–306)
  • M – CS Minia (bodies 307–323)
  • MM – CGS Montmagny (bodies 326–329)
  • A – SS Algerine (body 330)
  • O – RMS Oceanic (bodies 331–333)
  • I – SS Ilford (body 334)
  • OT – SS Ottawa[7] (body 335)

Numbers 324 and 325 were unused, and the six bodies buried at sea by the Carpathia also went unnumbered.[8] Several recovered bodies were unidentifiable and thus not all numbers are matched with a person.

Upon recovery, the bodies of 209 identified and unidentified victims of the sinking were brought to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Of those, 121 were taken to the non-denominational Fairview Lawn Cemetery, 59 were repatriated, 19 were buried in the Roman Catholic Mount Olivet Cemetery, and 10 were taken to the Jewish Baron de Hirsch Cemetery. The bodies of the remaining recovered victims were either delivered to family members or buried at sea.[citation needed]

The "Hometown" field may be misleading. Many crews had secondary or temporary addresses in Southampton, which they gave when signing the crew list, and others may have only recently relocated there. In particular, the number of crew from Merseyside is understated; for example, Chief Engineer Joseph Bell and Chief Steward Andrew Latimer lived with their families in the Liverpool area. Dr. Alan Scarth, in his book Titanic and Liverpool, identifies 115 crew members with close connections to the city, of whom only 28 survived.[9]

Officers

Name Age Hometown Boarded Position Lifeboat Body
Smith, Commander Edward John, RNR (Retd) 62 Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England Southampton Captain
Wilde, Lieutenant Henry Tingle, RNR 39 Walton, Lancashire, England Chief Officer
Murdoch, Lieutenant William McMaster, RNR 39 Dalbeattie, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland Belfast First Officer
Lightoller, Sub-Lieutenant Charles Herbert, RNR 38 Netley, Hampshire, England Belfast Second Officer B
Pitman, Mr. Herbert John 34 Castle Cary, Somerset, England Third Officer 5
Boxhall, Sub-Lieutenant Joseph Groves, RNR 28 Hull, Yorkshire, England Fourth Officer 2
Lowe, Sub-Lieutenant Harold Godfrey, RNR 29 Barmouth, Merionethshire, Wales Fifth Officer 14
Moody, Sub-Lieutenant James Paul, RNR 24 Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England Belfast Sixth Officer

Deck

The Titanic employed:

  • One able officer, also known as a bosun or boatswain, who had seniority over all the unlicensed deck crew. The able officer, an experienced crewman of the White Star Line, assisted Thomas Andrews in his daily inspections around the ship.
  • 29 able seamen, who had completed additional training and usually had seniority over other crew members. They carried out the day-to-day operations of the ship. In addition, they were trained to operate the lifeboat davits and man the lifeboats themselves. Each able seaman was assigned to a lifeboat and take charge of that boat if no officer were present. About eight of these men were lost when they went below decks to open the E Deck gangway and were never seen again.[10][11] As almost all the remaining able seamen had departed in the first lifeboats launched, the lifeboats launched subsequently had a shortage of trained seamen to man them. As a result, a few stokers and even victualling stewards (some of whom had no experience with lifeboats) were ordered to man the launching and rowing of the boats. In one instance, a passenger with yachting experience (Arthur Godfrey Peuchen) was put in co-command of a lifeboat.[10][11]
  • Two Boatswain Mates, experienced seamen who managed the deck lines, deck cranes, winches, lifeboat davits, etc. on the deck
  • Two Masters-at-Arms, who, along with the Chief Officer, held the only keys to the firearms cabinet.
  • Seven quartermasters (all of whom survived); highly trained seamen who worked on and around the bridge to steer the ship as helmsmen, manage signal flags, and stand watch on the bridge to assist the Duty Officer with general navigation.
  • Two window cleaners.
  • Six lookouts (all of whom survived), who worked two to a shift in the crow's nest; the shifts lasted only two hours at a time because of extremely cold winds which lookouts were exposed to in the open crow's nest. The lookouts were normally supplied with binoculars to aid them in seeing over long distances but on the Titanic's maiden voyage binoculars were unavailable due to their being locked away, and the key necessary to retrieve them was not on board.[11] With the air temperature at 28 °F (−2 °C), and a 20-mile-per-hour (32 km/h) headwind, it is a matter of speculation as to how reliable the binoculars would have been if they had been available.[11][12]
Name Age Hometown Boarded Position Lifeboat Body
Anderson, Mr. James 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman 16
Anderson, Mr. John 41
Archer, Mr. Ernest Edward 36 3
Bailey, Mr. Joseph Henry 43 Master-at-arms 16
Bradley, Mr. T. 29 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman
Brice, Mr. Walter T. 42 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman 11
Bright, Mr. Arthur John 41 Woolston, Hampshire, England Quartermaster D
Buley, Mr. Edward John 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Able Seaman 10
Clench, Mr. Frederick 34 12
Clench, Mr. George James 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman
Couch, Mr. Frank 28 Port Isaac, Cornwall 253MB
Davis, Mr. Stephen James 39 Landport, Hampshire, England
Evans, Mr. Alfred Frank 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Lookout 15
Evans, Mr. Frank Oliver Able Seaman 10
Fleet, Mr. Frederick Belfast Lookout 6
Foley, Mr. John 44 Storekeeper 4
Forward, Mr. James 27 Southampton Able Seaman 16
Haines, Mr. Albert M. 31 Belfast Boatswain 9
Harder, Mr. William 39 Southampton Window Cleaner 14
Hemming, Mr. Samuel Ernest 43 Belfast Lamp Trimmer 4
Hichens, Mr. Robert 29 Southampton Quartermaster 6
Hogg, Mr. George Alfred Belfast Lookout 7
Holman, Mr. Harry 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Able Seaman 7
Hopkins, Mr. Robert John 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman 13
Horswill, Mr. Albert Edward James 33 1
Humphreys, Mr. Sidney James 48 Quartermaster 11
Hutchinson, Mr. John Hall 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Carpenter/Joiner 170MB
Jewell, Mr. Archie 23 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Lookout 7
Jones, Mr. Thomas William 32 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Southampton Able Seaman 8
King, Mr. Thomas W. 43 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England Southampton Master-at-arms
Lee, Mr. Reginald Robinson 41 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Lookout 13
Lucas, Mr. William A. 25 Able Seaman D
Lyons, Mr. William Henry[13] 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman 4
Matherson, Mr. David 30 192MB
Mathais, Mr. Montague Vincent 27 Mess Steward
Maxwell, Mr. John 31 Belfast Carpenter/Joiner
McCarthy, Mr. William 47 Cork, County Cork, Ireland Southampton Able Seaman 4
McGough, Mr. James R. 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England 9
Moore, Mr. George Alfred 32 3
Nichols, Mr. Alfred 42 Shirley, Hampshire, England Belfast Boatswain
O'Loughlin, Dr. William Francis Norman 62 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Surgeon
Olliver, Mr. Alfred 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Quartermaster 5
Osman, Mr. Frank 28 Itchen, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman 2
Pascoe, Mr. Charles H. 43 Southampton, Hampshire, England 8
Perkis, Mr. Walter John 37 Belfast Quartermaster 4
Peters, Mr. William Chapman 26 Woolston, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman 9
Poingdestre, Mr. John Thomas 33 Southampton, Hampshire, England 12
Rowe, Mr. George Thomas 32 Gosport, Hampshire, England Belfast Quartermaster C
Sawyer, Mr. Robert James 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Window Cleaner
Scarrott, Mr. Joseph George 33 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman 14
Simpson, Dr. John Edward 37 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Surgeon
Smith, Mr. William 26 Able Seaman
Symons, Mr. George Thomas Macdonald 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Lookout 1
Tamlyn, Mr. Frederick 23 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Mess Steward 123MB
Taylor, Mr. C. 35 Able Seaman
Terrell, Mr. Bertram 20
Vigott, Mr. Philip Francis 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Able Seaman 13
Weller, Mr. William Clifford 30 Belfast 7
Wynn, Mr. Walter 41 Shirley, Hampshire, England Quartermaster 9

Engineering

The engineers were responsible for keeping the engines, generators, and other mechanical equipment on the Titanic running. They were the highest paid members of the crew and had the education and technical expertise to operate, maintain, and repair the engineering plant.

Shortly after leaving Southampton, a fire was discovered in the coal bunker of No 6 Boiler Room. For a number of days, coal trimmers were detailed to trace the source of the fire and extinguish it.

On the night of 14 April, the Second Engineering Officer, John Henry Hesketh – the senior engineer on duty, and Leading Fireman Frederick Barrett were in No 6 Boiler inspecting the coal bunker and confirming the fire was out when the Titanic struck the iceberg at 11.40 pm. It ripped this part of the ship and the pair escaped through the connecting tunnel to No 5 Boiler Room, closing the bulkhead doors. Barrett later gave evidence at the Southampton Enquiry.[citation needed]

Most of the engineering crew remained below decks in the engine and boiler rooms: some fighting a losing battle to keep the ship afloat by operating the pumps in the forward compartments as well as keeping the steam up in the boiler rooms, so as to prevent boiler explosion on contact with the water; and others keeping the generators running to maintain power and lights throughout the Titanic up until two minutes before the ship sank. It is speculated that their actions delayed the sinking for over an hour and helped keep the ship afloat long enough for nearly all the lifeboats to be launched.[14] Some of the men working downstairs were killed when seawater flooded this section as the ship hit the iceberg.

The RMS Titanic employed
  • 25 engineers, as well as eight electricians and two boilermakers; all were lost.
  • 13 leading firemen (Stoker Foremen) and 163 firemen (Stokers). The ship had 29 boilers, each containing three furnaces for a total of 159 furnaces. Each fireman was assigned one boiler and three furnaces. Of the Titanic's six boiler rooms, each leading fireman was assigned to two of them with 10 to 15 firemen under him. Next to each boiler was a coal chute that deposited coal from the overhead coal bunkers, and a fireman with a shovel would constantly feed coal into the three furnaces. Shifts for all the firemen and their foremen were four hours on and eight hours off. The heat in the boiler rooms usually exceeded 120 °F (49 °C), so a four-hour shift was very demanding. Most of the firemen worked wearing only their undershirts and shorts. Of the firemen, only three leading firemen and around 45 other firemen survived. Several of the firemen who survived got into the lifeboats dressed only in their undershirts and shorts in 28 °F (−2 °C) weather.[12]
  • 73 trimmers, or coal trimmers, on the Titanic. Of the engineering crew, the trimmers were paid the least and had probably the worst job of the crew. The trimmers worked inside the coal bunkers located on top of and between the boilers. The trimmers used shovels and wheelbarrows to move coal around the bunker to keep the coal level, and to shovel the coal down the coal chute to the firemen below to shovel it into the furnaces. If too much coal built up on one side of a coal bunker, the ship would actually list to that side. All the residual heat from the boilers rose up into the coal bunkers, and inside, the bunkers were poorly lit, full of coal dust, and extremely hot from the boilers.[12] Around 20 of them survived.
  • 33 greasers. These men worked in the turbine and reciprocating engine rooms alongside the engineers and they were responsible for maintaining and supplying oil and lubricants for all the mechanical equipment. Only four of them survived.[12]
  • Six mess hall stewards. These men worked in the crew's kitchen to cook and serve food for the crew: four served the engineering crew; two served the deck crew. Just one steward from engineering survived.
Memorials
Name Age Hometown Boarded Position Lifeboat Body
Abrams, Mr. William 33 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Adams, Mr. R. 26
Allen, Mr. Henry 32 145MB
Allen, Mr. Ernest Frederick 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer B
Allsop, Mr. Alfred Samuel 34 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Electrician
Avery, Mr. James Frank 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 15
Bailey, Mr. George W. 46 Woolston, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Baines, Mr. Richard 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Greaser
Bannon, Mr. John 32
Barlow, Mr. Charles 30 Fireman/Stoker
Barnes, Mr. Charles 29
Barnes, Mr. Frederick 29 Woolston, Hampshire, England
Barrett, Mr. Frederick 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Leading Fireman 13
Barrett, Mr. Frederick William 33 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Beattie, Mr. Joseph 34 Belfast Greaser
Beauchamp, Mr. George William 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 13
Bell, Mr. Joseph 50 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Chief Engineer
Bendell, Mr. F. 24 Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Bennett, Mr. George Alfred 30
Benville, Mr. E. 42
Bessant, Mr. William Edward 39
Bevis, Mr. Joseph Henry 22 Trimmer
Biddlecombe, Mr. Charles 33 Fireman/Stoker
Biggs, Mr. Edward Charles 21
Billow, Mr. J. 20 Trimmer
Binstead, Mr. Walter 19 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 3
Black, Mr. Alexander 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Black, Mr. D. 41
Blackman, Mr. H. 24
Blake, Mr. Percival Albert 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 15
Blake, Mr. Seaton 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Mess Steward
Blake, Mr. Thomas 36 Fireman/Stoker
Blaney, Mr. James 29
Blann, Mr. Eustace Horatius 21
Bott, Mr. W. 44 Greaser
Bradley, Mr. Patrick Joseph 39 Fireman/Stoker
Brewer, Mr. Henry "Harry" 30 Trimmer
Briant, Mr. Albert 34 Greaser
Brooks, Mr. J. 25 Trimmer
Brown, Mr. John Fireman/Stoker 267MB
Brown, Mr. Joseph James Eastleigh, Hampshire, England
Burroughs, Mr. Arthur 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England
Burton, Mr. Edward John 32
Butt, Mr. William John 30 Freemantle, Hampshire, England 77MB
Calderwood, Mr. Hugh Belfast, Ireland Belfast Trimmer
Canner, Mr. J. 40 Woolston, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Carr, Mr. Richard Stephen 37 Southampton, Hampshire, England Trimmer
Carter, Mr. James 46 Fireman/Stoker
Casey, Mr. T. 28 Trimmer
Castleman, Mr. Edward 37 Greaser 78[?]MB
Cavell, Mr. George Henry 22 Sholing Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 15
Cherrett, Mr. William Victor 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Chisnall, Mr. George Alexander 35 Itchen, Hampshire, England Belfast Boilermaker 111MB
Chorley, Mr. John 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Clark, Mr. William 39 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 15
Coe, Mr. Harry 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
Coleman, Mr. John 57 Belfast Mess Steward
Collins, Mr. Samuel 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 1
Combes, Mr. George 21 3
Cooper, Mr. Harry 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Cooper, Mr. James 25 Trimmer
Copperthwaite, Mr. B. 22
Corcoran, Mr. Dennis 33 Fireman/Stoker
Cotton, Mr. A. 26 Trimmer
Couch, Mr. Joseph Henry 45 Greaser
Couper, Mr. Robert 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 3
Coy, Mr. Francis Ernest George 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Junior Assistant 3rd Engineer
Crabb, Mr. H. 23 Trimmer
Creese, Mr. Henry Philip 44 Belfast Deck Engineer
Crimmins, Mr. James 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 13
Cross, Mr. W. 39 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Cunningham, Mr. B. 30
Curtis, Mr. Arthur 25
Davies, Mr. Thomas 33 Leading Fireman
Dawson, Mr. Joseph[16] 23 Dublin, Ireland Trimmer 227MB
Diaper, Mr. J. 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Dickson, Mr. W. 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
Dilley, Mr. John 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Dillon, Mr. Thomas Patrick 25 Trimmer 4
Dodd, Mr. Edward Charles 38 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Junior 3rd Engineer
Dodds, Mr. Henry Watson 27 Southampton Junior Assistant 4th Engineer
Doel, Mr. Frederick 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker C
Dore, Mr. A. Trimmer
Doyle, Mr. Laurence 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Duffy, Mr. William Luke 28 Belfast Writer/Engineer's Clerk
Dyer, Mr. Henry Ryland 24 Southampton Senior Assistant 4th Engineer
Dymond, Mr. Frank 25 Itchen, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 15
Eagle, Mr. Alfred James 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Trimmer
Eastman, Mr. Charles 44 Millbrook, Hampshire, England Greaser
Elliott, Mr. Everett Edward 23 Edmonton, London, England London Trimmer
Ervine, Mr. Albert George 18 Belfast, Ireland Belfast Assistant Electrician
Evans, Mr. Williams 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 31MB
Farquharson, Mr. William Edward 39 Belfast, Ireland, Senior 2nd Engineer
Fay, Mr. Thomas 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Greaser
Ferrary, Mr. Anton 33 Trimmer 308M{?}[17]
Ferris, Mr. William 38 Leading Fireman
Fitzpatrick, Mr. Charles W.N. 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Mess Steward B -
Flarty, Mr. Edward 52 Fireman/Stoker ?
Ford. Mr. H. 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
Ford, Mr. Thomas 30 Leading Fireman
Foster, Mr. A. 37 Engineering Storekeeper
Fraser, Mr. James 29 Belfast, Ireland Junior Assistant Third Engineer
Fraser, Mr. James 29 Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Fredricks, Mr. Walter Francis 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 15
Fryer, Mr. Albert Ernest 26 13
Geer, Mr. Alfred Ernest 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Godley, Mr. George 38 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker ?
Godwin, Mr. Frederick Charles 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser
Golder, Mr. Martin W. 32 Fireman/Stoker
Gordon, Mr. J. 29 Trimmer
Goree, Mr. Frank 28 Greaser
Gosling, Mr. Bertram James 22 Trimmer
Gosling, S. 26
Gradidge, Mr. Ernest E. 32 Fireman/Stoker 276MB
Graham, Mr. Thomas Gibson 28 Belfast, Ireland Belfast Fireman/Stoker
Green, Mr. George 41 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
Gregory, Mr. David 43 Greaser
Gumery, Mr. George 24 Birmingham, England Mess Steward
Hagan, Mr. John 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Fireman/Stoker 3
Hall, Mr. Joseph 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Hallett, Mr. George 23
Hands, Mr. Bernard 34 Killeshandra, Cavan, Ireland
Hannam, Mr. George 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England
Harris, Mr. Edward 29
Harris, Mr. Frederick 34 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 14
Harrison, Mr. Norman 39 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Assistant Second Engineer
Harvey, Mr. Herbert Gifford 34 Belfast, Ireland Southampton Junior Assistant Second Engineer
Haslin, Mr. James 45 Southampton, Hampshire, England Trimmer
Hart, Mr. James 58 Fireman/Stoker
Head, Mr. Arthur 24
Hebb, Mr. A. 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer B
Hendrickson, Mr. Charles Osker 29 Northam, Southampton, Hampshire, England Leading Fireman 1
Hesketh, Mr. John Henry 33 Kirkdale, Liverpool, England Belfast Junior Second Engineer
Hill, Mr. James 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
Hinton, Mr. Steven William 31
Hosking, Mr. George Fox 36 Southampton, England Senior Third Engineer
Hunt, Mr. Albert 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer C
Hunt, Mr. T. 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Hurst, Mr. Charles 41
Hurst, Walter 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker B
Ingram, Mr. Charles 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 204MB[18]
Instance, T. 33 Fireman/Stoker
Jackopson, Mr. John Henry 30
Jago, Mr. Joseph 59 Greaser
James, Mr. Thomas 27 Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales Fireman/Stoker
Jarvis, Mr. William 37 Southampton, Hampshire, England
Joas, Mr. N. 38
Judd, Mr. Charles E. 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker B
Jukes, Mr. James 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser
Jupe, Mr. Herbert 31 Assistant Electrician 73MB
Kaspar, Mr. Franz V. 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 9
Kearl, Mr. Charles H. 44 Ventnor, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser
Kearl, Mr. G. 24 Hampshire, England Trimmer
Keegan, Mr. James 38 Southampton, Hampshire, England Leading Fireman
Kelly, Mr. James 44 Co. Meath, Ireland Greaser
Kelly, Mr. William 23 Dublin, Ireland Belfast Assistant Electrician
Kemish, Mr. George 22 Shirley, Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 9
Kemp, Mr. Thomas Hulman 43 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Fourth Engineer
Kenchenten, Mr. Frederick 37 Greaser
Kerr, Mr. Thomas 26 Glasgow, Scotland Fireman/Stoker
Kinsella, Mr. Louis 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England
Kirkham, Mr. James 43 Whittingham, Liverpool, Lancashire, England Greaser
Knowles, Mr. Thomas 39 Lymington, England Southampton Fireman's Messman C
Lahy, Mr. Thomas E. 32 London, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Lee. Mr. Henry 18 Southampton, Hampshire, England Trimmer
Light, Mr. Charles 23 Fireman/Stoker
Light, Mr. W. 47
Lindsay, Mr. William Charles 30 Bristol, Avon, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker B
Loyd, Mr. W. 29 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Long, Mr. Frank 28 Trimmer
Long, Mr. William 36
Mackie, Mr. William Dickson 32 London, England Belfast Junior Fifth Engineer
Major, Mr. William 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 13
Marett, Mr. George John 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Marsh, Mr. Frederick Charles 28 268MB
Maskell, Mr. L.A. 25 Trimmer
Mason, Mr. Frank Archibald Robert 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker B
Mason, Mr. James 39 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Leading Fireman
May Jr., Mr. Arthur William 23 Fireman/Stoker
May Sr., Mr. Arthur William 60 Fireman's Messman
Mayo, Mr. William Peter 27 Leading Fireman 117MB
Mayzes, Mr. Thomas 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 3
McAndrew, Mr. Thomas Patrick 38 Liverpool, Merseyside, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
McAndrews, Mr. William 23 Southampton, Hampshire, England
McCastlen, Mr. William 38
McCubbin, Mr. Lee
McGann, Mr. James 29 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Southampton Trimmer B
McGarvey, Mr. Edward Joseph 34 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
McGaw, Mr. Errol Victor 30 Aldershot, Hampshire, England
McGregor, Mr. J. (John Brown Niven) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
McInerney, Mr. Thomas 38 Bootle, Lancashire, England Greaser
McInytre, Mr. William 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer A
McQuillan, Mr. William 32 Belfast, Ireland Belfast Fireman/Stoker 183MB
McRae, Mr. William Alexander Shirley, Hampshire, England Southampton
McReynolds, Mr. William 22 Belfast, Ireland Belfast Junior Sixth Engineer
Middleton, Mr. Alfred Pirrie 17 Assistant Electrician
Milford, Mr. George 28 Ryde, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Millar, Mr. Robert 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Extra Fifth Engineer
Millar, Mr. Thomas 33 Belfast, Ireland Belfast Assistant Deck Engineer
Mintram, Mr. William 46 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Mitchell, Mr. Lawrence (Lorenzo) 19 Trimmer
Moore, Mr. John J. 29 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 3
Moore, Mr. Ralph 21 London, England Southampton Trimmer
Moores, Mr. Richard Henry 44 Southampton, Hampshire, England Greaser
Morgan, Mr. Arthur Herbert 27 Trimmer
Morgan, Mr. Thomas A. 26 Fireman/Stoker 302MB
Morrell, Mr. R. (Albert White) 21 Trimmer
Morris, Mr. Arthur 30 Greaser
Morris, Mr. William Edward 23 Trimmer
Moyes, Mr. William Young 23 Stirling, Scotland Belfast Senior Sixth Engineer
Murdock, Mr. William 34 Belfast, Ireland Belfast Fireman/Stoker B
Nettleton, Mr. George Walter 29 St. Denys, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Newman, Mr. Charles Thomas 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Engineering Storekeeper
Noon, Mr. John 35 Fireman/Stoker
Norris, Mr. James 22
Noss, Mr. Bertram Arthur 21
Noss, Mr. Henry 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 15
Nutbean, Mr. William 3
O'Connor, Mr. John 25 Trimmer B
Olive, Mr. Charles 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser
Oliver, Mr. H. 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 3
Othen, Mr. Charles 36 11
Paice, Mr. Richard Charles John 32 Kingsclere, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Painter, Mr. Charles 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England
Painter, Mr. Frank 29
Palles, Mr. Thomas Henry Michael 45 Liverpool, England Greaser
Parsons, Mr. Frank Alfred 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Senior Fifth Engineer
Pearce, Mr. John 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 15
Pelham, Mr. George 39 Trimmer 16
Perry, Mr. Edgar Lionel 19 ?
Perry, Mr. Henry Frederick 23 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
Phillips, Mr. G. 27 Greaser
Pitfield, Mr. William James 25
Podesta, Mr. John 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 3
Pond, Mr. George 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Prangnell, Mr. George 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser B
Preston, Mr. Thomas Charles Alfred 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
Priest, Mr. Arthur J. 23 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 15
Proudfoot, Mr. Richard Royston 22 Plymouth, Devon, England Southampton Trimmer
Pugh, Mr. Percy 31 Hampshire, England Leading Fireman
Pusey, Mr. William Robert Holland 24 Hythe, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 1
Ranger, Mr. Thomas G. 29 Southampton, Hampshire, England Greaser 4
Read, Mr. Joseph 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
Reed, Mr. Robert 30 Gosport, Hampshire, England
Reeves, Mr. Robert Southampton, Hampshire, England Fireman/Stoker 280MB
Rice, Mr. Charles 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 10
Richards, Mr. Joseph James 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Rickman, Mr. George Albert 36 Milford, Hampshire, England
Roberts, Mr. Robert George 35 Bransgore, Hampshire, England
Rous, Mr. Arthur John 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Plumber
Rudd, Mr. Henry 23 Engineering Storkeeper 86MB
Rutter, Mr. Sidney 27 Fireman/Stoker
Sangster, Mr. Charles Edward 30
Saunders, Mr. Thomas n/a
Saunders, Mr. W. 30 184MB
Saunders, Mr. W. 23 Trimmer
Scott, Mr. Archibald 40 Fireman/Stoker
Scott, Mr. Frederick 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser 4
Self, Mr. Alfred Henry 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser
Self, Mr. Edward 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker ?
Senior, Mr. Henry 31 London, England B
Shea, Mr. Thomas 29 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Sheath, Mr. Frederick 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 1
Shepherd, Mr. Johnathan 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Junior Assistant Second Engineer
Shiers, Mr. Alfred 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 5
Shillaber, Mr. Charles 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer 195MB
Skeates, Mr. William 26
Sloan, Mr. Peter 31 Belfast Chief Electrician
Small, Mr. William 40 Southampton Leading Fireman
Smith, Mr. Ernest George 27 Trimmer
Smith, Mr. James Muil 35 Junior Fourth Engineer
Smither, Mr. Harry James 22 Kilburn, Middlesex, England Fireman/Stoker
Snellgrove, Mr. George 41 Millbrook, Hampshire, England
Snooks, Mr. W 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Trimmer
Snowberger, Mr. Eustace Philip 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer B
Sparkman, Mr. Henry 36 Fireman/Stoker ?
Stafford, Mr. Michael (Albert Briant) 34 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser
Stanbrook, Mr. Augustus 30 Fireman/Stoker 316M
Steel, Mr. Robert Edward Guernsey, Channel Islands Trimmer
Stocker, Mr. Henry Dorey 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England
Street, Mr. Henry Albert 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 9
Stubbs, Mr. James Henry 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Sullivan Mr. S. 25
Taylor, Mr. James 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 1
Taylor, Mr. John 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Taylor, Mr. T. 42
Taylor, Mr. William Henry 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 15
Thomas, Mr. James 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Thompson, Mr. John William 42 Liverpool, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker A/14
Threlfall, Mr. Thomas 38 Leading Fireman 14
Thresher, Mr. George 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Fireman/Stoker ?
Tizard, Mr. Arthur Leopold 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Tozer, Mr. James 32 Greaser
Triggs, Mr. Robert 41 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker 3
Turley, Mr. Richard 37 Newry, Down, Ireland Southampton Fireman/Stoker
van der Brugge, Mr. Wessel Adrianus 42 Delfshaven, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Veal, Mr. Arthur 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England Greaser
Vear, Mr. Henry 32 Fireman/Stoker
Vear, Mr. W. 32 59MB
Ward, Mr. Arthur 24 Romsey, England Junior Assistant Fourth Engineer
Ward, Mr. Joseph 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Leading Fireman
Wardner, Mr. Frederick Albert 39 Fireman/Stoker
Wateridge, Mr. Edward Lewis 25
Watson, Mr. W. 27 158MB
Webb, Mr. Samuel Francis 28 Salford, Manchester, Lancashire, England Trimmer
Webber, Mr. Francis Albert 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Leading Fireman
White, Mr. Alfred 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Greaser 4
White, Mr. Frank Leonard 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Trimmer
White, Mr. William George 23 Salisbury, Wiltshire, England Southampton Trimmer 15
Williams, Mr. Samuel Solomon 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Fireman/Stoker
Wilson, Mr. Bertie 28 Senior Assistant Second Engineer
Wilton, Mr. William 45 Trimmer
Witcher, Mr. Alfred 40 Lymington, England Fireman/Stoker
Witt, Mr. F. n/a Southampton, Hampshire, England Trimmer
Witt, Mr. Henry Dennis 40 Fireman/Stoker
Woodford, Mr. Frederick 41 Greaser
Wood, Mr. Henry 31 Trimmer
Wyeth, Mr. James Robert 26 Fireman/Stoker
Young, Mr. Francis James 30

Victualling

There were 421 men and women assigned to the Victualling Department on the Titanic. The Victualling Department provides all the services for the occupants of the ship; food, housekeeping, laundry, room service, etc.:

  • The Purser, who supervised all of the Victualling Department and was the direct link between passengers and the ship's officers.
  • 322 stewards, who performed over 57 different functions in each class's dining saloon, public rooms, cabins and recreational facilities. Around 60 stewards survived. The most prominent of the stewards were:
    • Bath Stewards, responsible for maintaining supplies in the communal bathrooms utilised by everyone except for a few First Class Passengers.
    • Bedroom Stewards, assigned to each class. The First Class Bedroom stewards not only cleaned the rooms and made beds, they were also available to serve food in the rooms or help the passengers in getting dressed. Most stewards were poorly paid and relied on tips for their income. Each First Class Bedroom Steward was responsible for three to five rooms, Second Class Stewards for up to 10 rooms, and Third Class Stewards for as many as 25.
    • Bellboys (known today as bellhops or porters), teenage boys as young as 14, who helped carry passengers' luggage when needed.
    • "Boots" (shoe shiners), stewards responsible for cleaning and shining the passengers' boots and shoes.
    • Glory-Hole Stewards, whose function was to clean and maintain the common toilets in First, Second, and Third Class, and crew areas.
    • Linen Stewards, responsible for washing and maintaining all the linen on board (bed sheets, bathroom towels, table linen, etc.).
  • 62 Galley and kitchen staff, including chefs, cooks, bakers, butchers, and scullions who worked in the kitchens of each class to cook the various meals for the passengers. Scullions, called dishwashers today, were responsible for washing and drying the dishes. Around 13 survived.
  • 20 stewardesses and one "matron" who were, along with two restaurant cashiers, the only female members of the crew; all but three of whom survived. The stewardesses' duties were similar to the male stewards', although they usually served only women passengers.
  • 13 Storekeepers, only two of whom survived.
  • Four Clerks, employed in the Purser's Office to deal with passenger's enquiries and requests (including depositing valuables for safekeeping).
  • The two radio operators, who were actually employed by the Marconi Company and not directly by the White Star Line, were assigned to the Victualling Department, possibly because at the time radio communication was seen principally as a service rather than as an essential part of the ship's operation.
  • There were also three barbers assigned to the Titanic as part of the vendor group; August H. Weikman worked in First Class, Herbert Klein in Second Class, and Arthur White for Third Class. None of them were employed by the White Star Line for all three were self-employed and worked mostly for cash tips. The White Star Line only provided their meals and living quarters. All, except for Weikman, were lost.
Name Age Hometown Boarded Position Lifeboat Body
Abbott, Mr. Ernest Owen 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton First Class Lounge Pantry Steward
Ahier, Mr. Percy Snowden 20 First Class Saloon Steward
Akerman, Mr. Albert 28 Third Class Steward
Akerman, Mr. Joseph Francis 35 Asst. Pantry Steward 205MB
Allan, Mr. Robert Spencer 36 Shirley, Hampshire, England First Class Bedroom Steward
Allen, Mr. George 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Scullion
Allen, Mr. Frederick 17 Lift Steward
Allsop, Mr. Frank Richard 41 Bedroom Steward
Anderson, Mr. Walter J. 48 146MB
Andrews, Mr. Charles Edward 19 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Second Class Saloon Steward 16
Ashcroft, Mr. Austin Aloysius 26 Seacombe, Cheshire, England Southampton Clerk
Ashe, Mr. Henry Wellesley 32 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Glory Hole Steward 34MB
Ayling, Mr. George Edwin 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Assistant Vegetable Cook
Back, Mr. Charles Frederick 32 Belfast Assistant Lounge Steward
Baggott, Mr. Allen Marden 28 Itchen, Hampshire, England Southampton First Class Saloon Steward 9
Bagley, Mr. Edward Ernest 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton First Class Saloon Steward
Bailey, Mr. George Francis 36 Shepperton, London, England Belfast Second Class Saloon Steward 161MB
Ball, Mr. Percy 19 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton First Class Plate Steward 13
Barker, Mr. Albert Vale 19 Winchester, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Baker
Barker, Mr. Ernest T. 37 London, England First Class Saloon Steward 159MB
Barker, Mr. Reginald Lomond 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Assistant Purser
Barlow, Mr. George 36 Southampton Second Class Bedroom Steward
Barnes, Mr. Frederick 37 Assistant Baker 26MB[19]
Barratt, Mr. Arthur 15 Bell Boy
Barringer, Mr. Arthur William 33 Belfast First Class Saloon Steward
Barrow, Mr. Harry 35 Southampton Assistant Butcher
Barrows, Mr. William 32 London, England First Class Saloon Steward
Barton, Mr. Sidney John 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Third Class Steward
Baxter, Mr. Harry Ross 51
Baxter, Mr. Thomas Ferguson 48 Linen Steward 235MB
Bedford, Mr. William Barnet 31 Itchen, Hampshire, England Assistant Roast Cook
Beedem, Mr. George Arthur 34 London, England Second Class Bedroom Steward
Beere, Mr. William 19 Southampton, Hampshire, England Kitchen Porter
Benham, Mr. Frederick 29 Second Class Saloon Steward
Bennett, Mrs. Mabel 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton First Class Stewardess 5
Bessant, Mr. Edward William 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Baggage Steward
Best, Mr. Alfred 38 Belfast First Class Saloon Steward
Blake, Mr. Seaton 26 Mess Steward
Bishop, Mr. Walter Alexander 34 First Class Bedroom Steward
Bliss, Mrs. Emma (née Junod) 45 London, England Southampton First Class Stewardess 15
Bochatay, Mr. Alexis Joseph 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Chef
Bogie, Mr. Norman Leslie 29 Eastleigh, Hampshire, England Second Class Bedroom Steward 274MB
Bond, Mr. William John 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast First Class Bedroom Steward
Boothby, Mr. W. 36 Southampton Second Class Bedroom Steward 107MB
Boston, Mr. William John 30 Belfast Assistant Deck Steward
Boughton, Mr. B. 24 Southampton First Class Saloon Steward
Boyd, Mr. John 35
Boyes, Mr. John Henry 36 Belfast
Bradshaw, Mr. J.A. 43 Southampton First Class Plate Steward
Brewster, Mr. George H. 48 Belfast First Class Bedroom Steward
Bride, Mr. Harold Sydney 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Assistant Telegraphist B
Bristow, Mr. Robert Charles 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Third Class Steward 290MB
Bristow, Mr. Harry 33 Looe, Cornwall First Class Saloon Steward
Brookman, Mr, John 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Third Class Steward
Broom, Mr. H. 33 Cowes, Isle of Wight, England Belfast Bath Steward
Broome, Mr. Athol Frederick 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Verandah Steward
Brown, Mr. Edward 34 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward A
Brown, Mr. Walter James 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward
Buckley, Mr. H.E. 34 Southampton Assistant Vegetable Cook
Bull, Mr. W. 30 Scullion
Bulley, Mr. Henry Ashburnham 21 Boots
Bunnell, Mr. Wilfred 20 Belfast Plate Steward
Burgess, Mr. Charles Reginald 18 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Extra Third Baker 15
Burke, Mr. Richard Edward 30 Chandler's Ford, Hampshire, England Belfast Lounge Steward
Burke, Mr. William 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 10
Burr, Mr. Ewart 29 Woolston, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward
Burrage, Mr. Alfred 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Plate Steward 13
Butt, Mr. Robert Henry 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 10MB
Butterworth, Mr. John 23 116MB
Byrne, Mr. J.E. 31 Ilford, London, England Bedroom Steward
Campbell, Mr. Donald S. 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Third Class Clerk
Carney, Mr. William 31 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Lift Steward 251MB
Cartwright, Mr. James Edward 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 320M
Casswill, Mr. Charles Southampton
Caton, Miss Annie 50 London, England Southampton Turkish Bath Stewardess 11
Caunt, Mr. William Ewart 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Grill Cook
Cave, Mr. Herbert 34 Belfast Saloon Steward 218MB
Cecil, Mr. C. 20 Southampton Steward
Chapman, Mr. Joseph Charles 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Boots 9
Charman, Mr. John 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 185{?}MB[20]
Cheverton, Mr. William Edward 27 Newport, Pembrokeshire, Wales Belfast 334I
Chitty, Mr. Archibald George 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward
Chitty, Mr. George Henry 52 Baker
Christmas, Mr. H. 33 Assistant Saloon Steward
Coleman, Mr. Albert Edward 28 Saloon Steward
Coleman, Mr. John 57 Itchen, Hampshire, England Mess Steward 112{?}MB[20]
Colgan, Mr. E. Joseph 33 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Scullion 13
Collins, Mr. John 17 Belfast, Ireland B
Conway, Mr. P.W. 25 London, England Belfast Saloon Steward
Cook, Mr. George 42 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton
Coombs, Mr. Augustus Charles 38 Cook
Corben, Mr. Ernest Theodore 27 Assistant Printer Steward
Coutin, Mr. Auguste Louis 28 Entree Cook
Cox, Mr. William Denton 29 Steward 300MB
Crafter, Mr. Frederick 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 15
Crawford, Mr. Alfred 36 Belfast Bedroom Steward 8
Crisp, Mr. Albert Hector 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward
Crispin, Mr. William 32 Eastleigh, Hampshire, England Southampton Glory Hole Steward
Crosby, Mr. J. Bertram 42 London, England Turkish Bath Attendant
Crowe, Mr. George Frederick 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 14
Crumplin, Mr. Charles 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Bedroom Steward
Cullen, Mr. Charles 45 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Bedroom Steward 11
Cunningham, Mr. Andrew 35 4
Daniels, Mr. Sidney Edward 18 Southsea, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward B
Dashwood, Mr. William George 19 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 83MB
Davies, Mr. Gordon Raleigh 33 Belfast Bedroom Steward
Davies, Mr. John James 27 Extra 2nd Baker 200MB
Davies, Mr. Robert J. 26 Saloon Steward 191MB
Dean, Mr. George H. 19 Southampton Assistant Saloon Steward 252MB
Deeble, Mr. Alfred Arnold 29 Belfast Saloon Steward 270MB
Derrett, Mr. Albert 26
Deslands, Mr. Percival Stainer 36 Southampton 212MB
Desvernine, Mr. Louis Gabriel 20 Assistant Pastry Cook
Dinenage, Mr. James Richard 47 Saloon Steward
Dodd, Mr. George Charles 44 Belfast Steward
Dolby, Mr. Joseph 36 Reception Room Steward
Donoghue, Mr. Frank 35 Bedroom Steward
Doughty, Mr. W. 22 Southampton Saloon Steward
Dunford, Mr. William 41 Hospital Steward 71MB
Dyer, Mr. William 31 Saloon Steward
Edbrooke, Mr. F. 24 Steward
Ede, Mr. George B. 22
Edge, Mr. Frederick William 37 Deck Steward
Edwards, Mr. Clement 38 Assistant Pantryman Steward
Egg, Mr. W.H. 34 London, England Steward
Ellis, Mr. John Bertram 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Vegetable Cook 2
Ennis, Mr. Walter 35 Southport, Lancashire, England Southampton Turkish Bath Attendant
Etches, Mr. Henry Samuel 41 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Bedroom Steward 5
Evans, Mr. George Richard 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward
Fairall, Mr. Henry 38 Ryde, Isle of Wight, England
Farrenden, Mr. Ernest John 32 Emsworth, Hampshire, England Confectioner
Faulkner, Mr. William Stephen 37 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Bedroom Steward 11
Fellowes, Mr. Alfred J. 29 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Boots 138MB
Feltham, Mr. G. 36 Southampton Vienna Baker
Finch, Mr. Harry 18 Steward
Fletcher, Mr. Peter W. 26 Sholing, Hampshire, England Belfast Bugler Steward
Foley, Mr. William C. 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward 13
Ford, Mr. Ernest 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward
Ford, Mr. F. 37 Bedroom Steward
Fox, Mr. William Thomas 27 Ealing, London, England Steward 214{?}MB[20]
Franklin, Mr. Alan Vincent 29 Southampton, Hampshire, England Saloon Steward 262MB
Freeman, Mr. Ernest Edward Samuel 43 Belfast Deck Steward 239MB
Geddes, Mr. Richard Charles 31 Southampton Bedroom Steward
Gibbons, Mr. Jacob William 36 Studland, Dorset, England Southampton Saloon Steward 11
Giles, Mr. John Robert 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Baker
Gill, Mr. Joseph Stanley 34 Belfast Bedroom Steward 49MB
Gill, Mr. Patrick 38 Southampton Ship's Cook
Gold, Mrs. Katherine (née Cook) 42 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Stewardess 11
Gollop, Mr. F. 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Passage Cook
Goshawk, Mr. Arthur James 31 Belfast Third Saloon Steward
Gregson, Miss Mary 44 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Stewardess 16
Gunn, Mr. Joseph Alfred 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Saloon Steward 125{?}MB[20]
Guy, Mr. Edward John 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Boots 5
Halford, Mr. Richard 22 Steward 15
Hall, Mr. F.A.J. 38 London, England Southampton Scullion
Hamblyn, Mr. Ernest William 41 Southampton, Hampshire, England Bedroom Steward
Hamilton, Mr. Ernest 25 Belfast Assistant Smoke Room Steward
Harding, Mr. A. 20 Swaythling, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Pantry Steward
Hardwick, Mr. Reginald 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Kitchen Porter 11
Hardy, Mr. John T. 37 Belfast Chief 2nd Class Steward D
Harris, Mr. Charles William 19 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward
Harris, Mr. Clifford Henry 16 Bell Boy
Harris, Mr. Edward 18 Winchester, Hampshire, England Assistant Pantryman Steward
Harrison, Mr. Aragon D. 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 9
Hart, Mr. John Edward 31 Third Class Steward 15
Hartnell, Mr. Frederick 21 Saloon Steward 11
Hatch, Mr. Hugh 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Scullion
Hawkesworth, Mr. James 38 Saloon Steward
Hawkesworth, Mr. William Walter Deck Steward
Hayter, Mr. Arthur 44 Belfast Bedroom Steward 25MB
Heinen, Mr. Joseph 30 Lewisham, London, England Southampton Saloon Steward
Hendy, Mr. Edward Martin 38 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast
Hensford, Mr. Herbert George 29 Southampton Butcher
Hewett, Mr. Thomas 37 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Belfast Bedroom Steward 168MB
Hill, Mr. H.P. 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward
Hill, Mr. James Colston 38 Belfast Bedroom Steward 152MB
Hinckley, Mr. George 35 Southampton Bath Steward 66MB
Hine, Mr. William Edward 36 Baker
Hiscock, Mr. S. 22 Plate Steward
Hoare, Mr. Leonard James 21 Belfast Saloon Steward
Hogg, Mr. Charles William 37 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Southampton Bedroom Steward
Hogue, Mr. E. 22 London, England Plate Steward
Holland, Mr. Thomas 28 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Belfast Reception Steward
Holloway, Mr. Sidney 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Clothes Presser 273MB
Hopkins, Mr. F. 16 Plate Steward
House, Mr. William 38 Belfast Saloon Steward
Howell, Mr. Arthur Albert 31 Itchen, Hampshire, England 319MB
Hughes, Mr. William Thomas 33 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward
Humby, Mr. Frederick 16 Plate Steward 237[?]MB
Humphreys, Mr. Thomas Humphrey 31 Assistant Saloon Steward
Hutchinson, Mr. James 29 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Vegetable Cook 250MB
Hyland, Mr. Leo James 19 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward 11
Ide, Mr. Harry John 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Bedroom Steward
Ingrouille, Mr. Henry 21 Steward
Ings, Mr. William Ernest 20 Scullion
Jackson, Mr. Cecil 29 Belfast Boots
Janaway, Mr. William Frank 35 Bedroom Steward
Jenner, Mr. Harry 41 Saloon Steward
Jensen, Mr. Charles Valdemar 25 Southampton
Jessop, Miss Violet Constance 24 London, England Southampton Stewardess 16
Johnson Thorne, Mr. Harry 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Ship's Cook
Johnston, Mr. James 41 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 2
Jones, Mr. Albert 17 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward
Jones, Mr. Arthur Ernest 38 Woolston, Hampshire, England Plate Steward
Jones, Mr. H. 29 Alresford, Essex, England Roast Cook
Jones, Mr. Reginald V. 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Saloon Steward
Joughin, Mr. Charles John 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Chief Baker B
Keen, Mr. Percy Edward 28 Southampton Saloon Steward 15
Kelland, Mr. Thomas 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Library Steward
Kennell, Mr. Charles 30 Hebrew Cook
Kerley, Mr. William Thomas 28 Salisbury, Wiltshire, England Assistant Saloon Steward A 333O
Ketchley, Mr. Henry 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward
Kieran, Mr. James W. 32 Southampton Chief 3rd Class Steward
Kieran, Mr. Michael 31 Storekeeper
King, Mr. Alfred 18 Lift Steward 238MB
King, Mr. Ernest Waldron 28 Clones, Monaghan, Ireland Clerk 321M
King, Mr. G. 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Scullion
Kingscote, Mr. William Ford 43 Saloon Steward
Kirkaldy, Mr. Thomas 37 Bedroom Steward
Kitching, Mr. Arthur Alfred 30 Saloon Steward
Klein, Mr. Herbert 33 Second Class Barber
Knight, Mr. George 44 Woolston, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 13
Knight, Mr. Leonard George 21 Bishopstoke, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward
Lacey, Mr. Bert W. Salisbury, Wiltshire, England Assistant Saloon Steward 44{?}MB[21]
Lake, Mr. William 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward
Lane, Mr. Albert Edward 34 Woolston, Hampshire, England Southampton
Latimer, Mr. Andrew L. 55 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Belfast Chief First Class Steward
Lavington, Miss Bessie 39 Winchester, Hampshire, England Southampton Stewardess 11
Lawrence, Mr. Arthur 25 Rochford, Essex, England Belfast Saloon Steward 90MB
Leader, Mr. Archie 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Confectioner
Leather, Mrs Elizabeth May 41 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Southampton Stewardess 16
Lefebvre, Mr. Paul Georges 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 211v
Leonard, Mr. Matthew 26 Belfast, Ireland Belfast Steward
Levett, Mr. George Alfred 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Assistant Pantryman
Lewis, Mr. Arthur Ernest 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward 15
Light, Mr. C. 23 Christchurch, Dorset, England Southampton Plate Steward
Littlejohn, Mr. Alexander James 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 13
Lloyd, Mr. Humphrey 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 57MB
Locke, Mr. A. 33 Southampton Scullion
Longmuir, Mr. John Dickson 19 Eastleigh, Hampshire, England Assistant Pantry Steward
Lovell, Mr. John 38 Southampton, Hampshire, England Grill Cook
Lucas, Mr. William 34 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward A
Lydiatt, Mr. Charles 38 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward
Mabey, Mr. J. 23 Steward
Mackay, Mr. Charles Donald 34 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 11
Mackie, Mr. George William 34 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Bedroom Steward
Major, Mr. Thomas Edgar 35 Belfast Bath Steward
Mantle, Mr. Roland Frederick 36 Southampton Steward
Marks, Mr. J. 26 Assistant Pantryman Steward
Marriott, Mr. J.W. 20 2MB
Marsden, Miss Evelyn 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Stewardess 16
Martin, Mrs. Annie 33 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England 11
Martin, Mr. F. 29 Fareham, Hampshire, England Scullion 13
Maynard, Mr. Isaac Hiram 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Entre Cook B
Maytum, Mr. Alfred 52 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Chief Butcher 141MB
McCarthy, Mr. Frederick 36 Southampton Bedroom Steward
McCawley, Mr. Thomas W. Belfast Gymnasium Steward
McElroy, Mr. Hugh Walter 37 Southampton Purser 157MB
McGrady, Mr. James 27 Saloon Steward 330A
McLaren, Mrs. 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Stewardess 5
McMicken, Mr. Arthur 23 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 11
McMicken, Mr. Benjamin Tucker 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Second Pantry Steward
McMullin, Mr. James 31 Saloon Steward
McMurray, Mr. William Ernest 43 Bedroom Steward
Mellor, Mr. Arthur 34 Southampton Saloon Steward
Middleton, Mr. M.V. 24 London, England
Mills, Mr. Christopher 51 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Butcher C
Mishellamy, Mr. Abraham 52 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Printer Steward
Moore, Mr. Alfred Ernest 39 Southampton Saloon Steward
Morgan (Bird), Mr. Charles Frederick 42 Birkenhead, Cheshire, England Assistant Storekeeper
Morris, Mr. Frank Herbert 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Bathroom Steward 14
Moss, Mr. William 34 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast First Saloon Steward
Mullen, Mr. Thomas A. 20 Maxwelltown, Dumfries, Scotland Southampton Steward 323M
Neal, Mr. Henry 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Baker 13
Nicholls, Mr. Sidney 39 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward
Nichols, Mr. A. D. 34 Steward
Nichols, Mr. Walter Henry 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward 15
O'Connor, Mr. Thomas Peter 39 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Bedroom Steward
Olive, Mr. Ernest Roskelly 28 Southampton Clothes Presser Steward
Orpet, Mr. Walter Hayward 31 Saloon Steward
Orr, Mr. J. 40 Assistant Vegetable Cook
Osbourne, Mr. William Edward 32 Belfast Saloon Steward
Owen, Mr. Lewis 49 Southampton Assistant Saloon Steward
Pacey, Mr. Reginald Ivan 17 Lift Steward
Paintin, Mr. James Arthur 29 Captain's Steward
Parsons, Mr. Edward 35 Chief Storekeeper
Parsons, Mr. Richard 18 Ashbrittle, Somerset, England Saloon Steward
Pearce, Mr. Alfred Ernest 24 Southampton, Hampshire, England Steward
Pearcey, Mr. Albert Victor 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward C
Pennal, Mr. Thomas Francis 33 Shirley, Hampshire, Hampshire, England Southampton Bath Steward
Penny, Mr. William Far 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Assistant Saloon Steward
Penrose, Mr. John Poole 49 Belfast Bedroom Steward
Perkins, Mr. Laurence Alexander 22 Southampton Telephone Steward
Perrin, Mr. William Charles 39 Boots Steward
Perriton, Mr. Hubert Prouse 31 Saloon Steward
Petty, Mr. Edwin Henry 25 Bedroom Steward 82MB
Pfropper, Mr. Richard 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 9
Phillimore, Mr. Harold Charles William 23 Belfast 14
Phillips, Mr. John George "Jack" 25 Godalming, Surrey, England Belfast Telegraphist
Platt, Mr. W. 18 Southampton, Hampshire, England Scullion
Pook, Mr. P. 34 Assistant Pantry
Port, Mr. Frank 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Steward 13
Porteus, Mr. Thomas 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Butcher
Prentice, Mr. Frank Winnold 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Storekeeper 4
Prichard, Mrs. Alice 33 Stewardess 11
Prideaux, Mr. John Arthur "Jack" 23 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Steward
Prior, Mr. Harold John 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Steward 11
Proctor, Mr. Charles 40 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Belfast Chef
Pryce, Mr. Charles William 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward
Pugh, Mr. Alfred 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Steward 14
Puzey, Mr. John E. 35 Itchen, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward
Randall, Mr. Frank Henry 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton
Ransom, Mr. James 33 Bristol, Avon, England Belfast
Rattonbury, Mr. William Henry 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England Assistant Boots Steward
Ray, Mr. Frederick Dent 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 13
Reed, Mr. Charles S. 43 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Bedroom Steward
Revell, Mr. William 31 Belfast Saloon Steward
Rice, Mr. John Reginald 25 Crosby, Lancashire, England Southampton Clerk 64MB
Rice, Mr. John Reginald 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Steward
Ricks, Mr. Cyril G. 23 Storekeeper 100MB
Ridout, Mr. W. 29 Saloon Steward
Rimmer, Mr. Gilbert 27
Roberton, Mr. George Edward 19 Assistant Saloon Steward 127MB
Roberts, Mr. Frank John 36 Farnborough, Hampshire, England Belfast Third Butcher 231MB
Roberts, Mr. Hugh H. 40 Bootle, Lancashire, England Southampton Bedroom Steward 93MB
Roberts, Mrs. Mary Kezziah (née Humphrys) 41 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 16
Robinson, Mrs. Annie 40 Stewardess 11
Robinson, Mr. James William 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 151MB
Rogers, Mr. Edward James William 32 Assistant Storekeeper 282MB
Rogers, Mr. Michael 27 Winchester, Hampshire, England Saloon Steward
Ross, Mr. Horace Leopold 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Scullion 13
Rowe, Mr. Edward M. 31 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon 1st Class Steward
Rule, Mr. Samuel James 58 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Bathroom Steward 15
Russell, Mr. Boysie Richard 17 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward
Ryan, Mr. Tom 27 Third Class Steward 264{?}MB[22]
Ryerson, Mr. William Edwy 32 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 9
Samuel, Mr. Owen Wilmore 41 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 217MB
Saunders, Mr. D. E. 26
Savage, Mr. Charles J. 23 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Saloon Steward 11
Scott, Mr. John 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Boots Steward
Scovell, Mr. Robert 42 Freemantle, Hampshire, England Saloon Steward
Sedunary, Mr. Sidney Francis 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Third Class Steward 178MB
Shea, Mr. John 39 Belfast Saloon Steward 11MB
Slight, Mr. Harry John 35 Southampton Steward 21{?}MB[20]
Sloan, Miss Mary 28 Belfast, Northern Ireland Southampton Stewardess
Slocombe, Mrs Maud (née Waldon) 30 London, England Turkish Bath Stewardess
Smillie, Mr. John 38 Southampton, Hampshire, England Belfast Saloon Steward 91MB
Smith, Mr. Charles Edward Southampton Bed Room Steward 329MM
Smith, Mr. F 20 Assistant Pantryman Steward 240{?}MBSee[20]
Smith, Miss Katherine E. 42 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Stewardess
Snape, Mrs Lucy Violet 22 Witley, Surrey, England Southampton Stewardess
Stap, Miss Sarah Agnes 47 Birkenhead, Cheshire, England, England Southampton Stewardess
Stone, Mr. Edmond J. 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton First class Bedroom Steward 41MB[23]
Stone, Mr. Edward Thomas 30 243MB[23]
Talbot, Mr. George Frederick Charles. 27 Steward 150MB
Taylor, Mr. William 21 Boots Steward 36{?}MB[20]
Teuton, Mr. Thomas Moore 32 Saloon Steward 226MB
Toshack, Mr. James A. 30 First Class Saloon Steward
Turner, Mr. Leopold[24] 28 Church Stretton, Shropshire, England Belfast 23MB
Veal, Mr. Thomas H.E. 38 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton
Wake, Mr. T. 32 Asst. Baker
Wallis, Mrs Catherine Jane 35 Second Class Matron
Walpole, Mr. James 48 Belfast Chief Pantryman
Walsh, Miss Catherine 32 Southampton Stewardess
Ward, Mr. Edward 34 First Class Bedroom Steward
Ward, Mr. Percy T. 38 Hampshire, England
Ward, Mr. William 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton First Class Saloon Steward 9
Wareham, Mr. Robert Arthur 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton First Class Bedroom Steward 246MB
Warwick, Mr. Thomas 35 Hampshire, England
Weatherston, Mr. Thomas 24 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Belfast
Weikman, Mr. Augustus Henry 51 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton First Class Barber A
White, Mr. Arthur 37 Portsmouth, Hampshire, England Southampton Third Class Barber 247MB
White, Mr Edward Joseph 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Glory Hole Steward 272MB
White, Mr. L. 32 First Class Saloon Steward
Whiteley, Mr. Thomas 18 London, England Southampton First Class Saloon Steward B
Whitford, Mr. A.H. 37 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Second Class Saloon Steward
Whittman, Mr. Henry 34 First Class Bedroom Steward 315MB
Widgery, Mr. James G. 37 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Second Class Bath Steward 9
Wildebank, Mr. Alfred E. 39 Asst. Cook 13
Williams, Mr. Walter J. 28 Second Class Saloon Steward 13
Willis, Mr. William 66 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Third Class Steward
Wiltshire, Mr. W. 33 Asst. Butcher
Witter, Mr. James W.C. 31 Hampshire, England Southampton Second Class Smoking Room Steward 11
Wood, Mr. J.T. 40 London, England Southampton Second Class Saloon Steward
Wormald, Mr. Frederick William 36 Southampton, Hampshire, England First Class Saloon Steward 144MB
Wrapson, Mr. Frederick B. 19 Asst. Pantryman
Wright, Mr. Frederick 24 London, England Squash Court Steward
Wright, Mr. William 40 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Glory Hole Steward 13
Yearsley, Mr. Harry 38 First Class Saloon Steward 9

Restaurant

The À La Carte Restaurant was located on B Deck, just below the fourth funnel. It was a private concession managed by A. P. Luigi Gatti, an Italian businessman who owned two other restaurants in London, as well as the À La Carte Restaurant on the RMS Olympic. The restaurant was open from 8:00 am to 11:00 pm and was open only to First Class passengers. The staff were not paid by the White Star Line, but by Mr. Gatti himself, who was on the Titanic for its maiden voyage. The restaurant was self-sufficient with its own cooks, waiters, cleanup crew, and other staff. Most of the employees were French or Italian nationals.

Of the entire staff of 66 people, only one male clerk and two female cashiers survived. Several Titanic survivors indicated that the restaurant employees were locked in their quarters by the stewards to prevent them from rushing the lifeboats. It has never been confirmed whether this was true or not.[12]

Name Age Hometown Boarded Position Lifeboat Body
Allaria, Mr. Battista Antonio 30 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Asst. Waiter 221MB
Aspeslagh, Mr. Georges 26 London, England Asst. Plateman
Banfi, Mr. Ugo 24 Finsbury, London, England Waiter
Basilico, Mr. Giovanni 27 London, England
Bazzi, Mr. Narciso 33
Bernardi, Mr. Battista 22 Southampton, Hampshire, England Asst. Waiter 215MB
Beux, Mr. David 26 London, England
Bietrix, Mr. George Baptiste 28 Lambeth, London, England Cook
Blument, Mr. Jean Baptiste 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Pantryman
Bochet, Mr. Pierre Giuseppe 43 London, England Waiter
Bolhuis, Mr. Hendrik "Hennie" 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Larder Cook
Bowker, Miss Ruth 27 London, England Southampton Cashier 6
Casali, Mr. Giulio 27 Soho, London, England Southampton Waiter
Chaboisson, Mr. Adrien Finnin 25 London, England Roast Cook
Cornaire, Mr. Marcel Raymond André 19 Asst. Roast Cook
Coutin, Mr. Auguste Louis 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Entrée Cook
Crovella, Mr. Luigi 17 Asst. Waiter
De Marsico, Mr. Giovanni 20 Soho, London, England
Debreucq, Mr. Maurice Emile Victor 22 London, England 244MB
Desvernine, Mr. Louis Gabriel 20 Asst. Pastry Cook
Donati, Mr. Italo Francesco 17 Asst. Waiter 311M
Dornier, Mr. Louis Auguste 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Asst. Fish Cook
Fey, Mr. Carlo 30 London, England Scullion
Fioravante, Mr. Giuseppe Bertoldo 23 Asst. Scullion
Gatti, Mr. Gaspare Antonio Pietro "Luigi" 37 Southampton, Hampshire, England Restaurant Manager 313M
Gilardino, Mr. Vincenzo Pio 31 Waiter
Grosclaude, Mr. Gérald 24 London, England
Jaillet, Mr. Henri Marie 28 Pastry Cook 277MB
Janin, Mr. Claude Marie 29 Soup Cook
Jeffery, Mr. William Alfred 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England Controller
Jouannault, Mr. Georges Jules 24 Asst. Sauce Cook
Martin, Miss Margaret Edwina "Mabel" 20 London, England Southampton Cashier 6
Mattmann, Mr. Adolf 20 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Ice Man
Maugé, Mr. Paul Achille Maurice Germain 25 Southampton, Hampshire, England Southampton Kitchen Clerk 13
Monteverdi, Mr. Giovanni 23 Southampton Cook
Monrós, Mr. Joan Xavier 20 Asst. Waiter 27MB
Nannini, Mr. Francesco Luigi 42 Head Waiter
Pachera, Mr. Jean Baptiste Stanislas 19 Southampton, Hampshire, England Asst. Larder Cook
Pedrini, Mr. Alessandro 21 Southampton, Hampshire, England Asst. Waiter 104MB
Peracchio, Mr. Alberto 20
Peracchio, Mr. Sebastiano 17
Perotti, Mr. Alfonso 20 London, England
Phillips, Mr. Walter John 35 Southampton, Hampshire, England Storekeeper
Piatti, Mr. Luigi 17 London, England Asst. Waiter
Piazza, Mr. Pompeo 30 Waiter 266MB
Poggi, Mr. Emilio 28 Southampton, Hampshire, England 301MB
Price, Mr. Ernest 17 London, England Barman 186MB
Ratti, Mr. Enrico 21 Waiter
Ricaldone, Mr. Rinaldo Renato 22 Asst. Waiter
Rigozzi, Mr. Abele 115MB
Rotta, Mr. Angelo Mario 23 Waiter
Rousseau, Mr. Pierre 49 Chef
Saccaggi, Mr. Giovanni Giuseppe Emilio 24 Asst. Waiter
Salussolia, Mr. Giovanni 25 Glass Man
Sartori, Mr. Lazar 24 Asst. Glass Man
Scavino, Mr. Candido 42 Carver
Sesia, Mr. Giacomo 24 Waiter
Testoni, Mr. Ercole 23 Asst. Glass Man
Tietz, Mr. Karl 27 Southampton, Hampshire, England Kitchen Porter
Turvey, Mr. Charles 16 London, England Page Boy
Urbini, Mr. Roberto 22 Waiter
Valvassori, Mr. Ettore Luigi 35
Vicat, Mr. Alphonse Jean Eugene 21 Cook
Villvarlange, Mr. Pierre Léon Gabriel 19 Paris, France Asst. Soup Cook
Vine, Mr. H. 18 London, England Asst. Controller
Vioni, Mr. Roberto 31 Waiter
Voegelin-Dubach, Mr. Johannes 35 Coffee Maker
Zanetti, Mr. Minio 20 Asst. Waiter
Zarracchi, Mr. L. 26 Southampton, Hampshire, England Wine Butler

Postal clerks

The Titanic's five postal clerks—two British, three American—were charged with the supervision and processing of all incoming and outgoing mail on board the ship. On the night of the disaster, the five postal clerks were celebrating Oscar Woody's 41st birthday. After the ship hit the iceberg, Jago Smith was sent to report to Captain Smith on the mailroom's conditions, confirming the knowledge that the ship was sinking.[25] The five clerks set themselves to the task of attempting to save the 200 registered mail sacks by hauling them to the upper decks, with little thought of their own safety. All five mail clerks died; only Starr and Woody's bodies were recovered.[26]

Name Age Hometown Boarded Lifeboat Body
Gwinn, Mr. William Logan 37 New York City, US Southampton
March, Mr. John Starr 50 Newark, New Jersey, US 225MB
Smith, Mr. John Richard "Jago" 35 Truro, England
Williamson, Mr. James Bertram 35 Dublin, Ireland
Woody, Mr. Oscar Scott 41 Clifton, Virginia, US 167MB

Guarantee group

Though the nine-member guarantee group were given passenger accommodation, they were also regarded as members of the crew. Headed by the ship's designer, Thomas Andrews, the group's responsibility was to accompany the ship on her maiden voyage to oversee any unfinished work or find and fix any problems that might arise during the voyage.[27] The entire group perished; none of their bodies were recovered.

Name Age Class Hometown Boarded Position
Andrews, Mr. Thomas 39 First Belfast, Ireland Belfast Shipbuilder
Campbell, Mr. William Henry 21 Second Joiner
Chisholm, Mr. Roderick Robert Crispin 40 First Draughtsman
Cunningham, Mr. Alfred Fleming 21 Second Fitter
Frost, Mr. Anthony Wood "Artie" 37
Knight, Mr. Robert J. 39
Parkes, Mr. Francis "Frank" 21 Plumber
Parr, Mr. William Henry Marsh 29 First Electrician
Watson, Mr. Ennis Hastings 15 Second Electrician's Apprentice

Orchestra

The ship's eight-member orchestra was not on the White Star Line's payroll but was contracted to White Star by the Liverpool firm of C.W. & F.N. Black, which at that time placed musicians on almost all British liners.[28] The musicians boarded at Southampton and traveled as second-class passengers. Until the night of the sinking, the orchestra performed as two separate entities: a quintet led by violinist and official bandleader Wallace Hartley, that played at teatime, after-dinner concerts, and Sunday services, among other occasions; and a violin, cello, and piano trio comprising Roger Bricoux, George Krins, and Theodore Brailey, that played at the À La Carte Restaurant and the Café Parisien.[28][5] None of the orchestra members survived.

Name Age Hometown Position Body
Brailey, Theodore Ronald 24 London, England Pianist
Bricoux, Roger Marie 20 Cosne-sur-Loire, France Cellist
Clarke, John Frederick Preston 30 Liverpool, Lancashire, England Bassist 202MB
Hartley, Wallace 33 Colne, Lancashire, England Bandmaster, violinist 224MB
Hume, John Law 21 Dumfries, Scotland Violinist 193MB
Krins, Georges Alexandre 23 London, England
Taylor, Percy Cornelius 32 Cellist
Woodward, John Wesley 32 Oxford, England

First and last fatalities

  • Frank Prentice – crew (storekeeper), 30 May 1982(1982-05-30) (aged 93)[31]
  • Sidney Daniels – crew (steward), 25 May 1983(1983-05-25) (aged 89)[32]

See also

References and footnotes

  1. ^ "Titanic Crew List". Encyclopedia Titanica. Retrieved 31 July 2007.
  2. ^ Lord, Walter (1976). A Night to Remember. London: Penguin Books. p. 197. ISBN 978-0-14-004757-8.
  3. ^ "Passenger List and Survivors of Steamship Titanic". United States Senate Inquiry. 30 July 1912. Archived from the original on 26 March 2012. Retrieved 15 July 2011. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  4. ^ "Titanic Crew List". Encyclopedia Titanica. Retrieved 1 December 2011.
  5. ^ a b "Titanic's Band or Orchestra". Titanic-titanic.com. Retrieved 6 July 2011.
  6. ^ "The Demographics of Titanic Passengers". Ithaca.edu. Retrieved 6 July 2011.
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 5 July 2012. Retrieved 2012-06-09. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ "RMS Titanic: List of Bodies and Disposition of Same". Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management. Retrieved 3 March 2008.
  9. ^ Scarth, Dr. Alan (30 March 2010). Titanic and Liverpool (First ed.). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. ISBN 978-1846312229.
  10. ^ a b Lord, Walter (1986). The Night Lives On.[page needed]
  11. ^ a b c d Lord 1976, p. [page needed]
  12. ^ a b c d e Lee W. Merideth (2002). Titanic Names: A Complete List of the Passengers and Crew. Rocklin Press.
  13. ^ Able Bodied Seaman Lyons survived the sinking and managed to swim to lifeboat 4. He was pulled aboard but soon lost consciousness. He was transferred to the Carpathia, where he died around midnight on 16 April and was buried at sea, at 4 am later that morning.
  14. ^ "Titanic Engineers' Heroic Sacrifice". rmstitanichotel.co.uk. Retrieved 12 August 2014.
  15. ^ "Headstone restoration completed". The Cumberland News. 11 April 2014.
  16. ^ Dawson, who signed his name J. Dawson on the crew register, rose to fame with the release of the 1997 film, Titanic. The movie's main character is a steerage passenger named Jack Dawson. Director James Cameron and others from the production crew went to pay respects to the grave of Dawson and other Titanic victims in Nova Scotia, and other fans of the film have visited the site and left flowers at the grave, believing the man buried there to be Jack Dawson.
  17. ^ "Lost and Saved". Archived from the original on 16 March 2012. Retrieved 5 November 2008. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  18. ^ George Ingram (Titanic Crew: Trimmer) : Titanic Victim
  19. ^ Victim No. 26 an Identity Encyclopedia Titanic
  20. ^ a b c d e f g Identifying Stewards by Senan Molony – Titanic Research
  21. ^ "Crew Research". Archived from the original on 30 March 2012. Retrieved 4 June 2009. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  22. ^ Thomas Ryan (Titanic Crew: Steward) : Titanic Victim
  23. ^ a b "Crew Research". Archived from the original on 2 March 2012. Retrieved 2 November 2008. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  24. ^ "The Titanic Disaster – A Church Stretton Victim". Wellington Journal and Shrewsbury News. 18 May 1912. Full name as given in newspaper report, which describes him as Second Steward and only Shropshire person known lost. He had transferred from the Olympic to Titanic just prior to voyage. Church Stretton was family home town.
  25. ^ "John Richard Jago Smith". National Postal Museum. Retrieved 4 March 2008.
  26. ^ "Postal Aboard the RMS Titanic". National Postal Museum. Retrieved 4 March 2008.
  27. ^ "Harland and Wolff Guarantee Group". Titanic-Titanic.com. Archived from the original on 21 June 2018. Retrieved 31 July 2007. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  28. ^ a b Turner, Steve (2011). The Band That Played On: The Extraordinary Story of the 8 Musicians Who Went Down with the Titanic. Thomas Nelson. ISBN 9781595552198.
  29. ^ "Mr Reginald Robinson Lee". Encyclopedia Titanica. Retrieved 19 July 2007.
  30. ^ "Mrs Annie Robinson". Encyclopedia Titanica. Retrieved 15 September 2007.
  31. ^ "Mr Frank Prentice". Encyclopediatitanica. Retrieved 5 October 2011.
  32. ^ "Mr Sidney Daniels". Encyclopediatitanica. Retrieved 3 October 2011.

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