S: RMS Titanic
FC: THE RMS TITANIC | Isabelle B. & Andree S. | Lifeboat 11:
1: Dedicated to the lost passengers and crew of RMS Titanic... | 4/15/1912
2: April 10, 1912- the RMS Titanic began her maiden voyage. The Titanic was the largest and most luxurious ship in the world at that time. The "Unsinkable" ship, sank on April 15 2:20 a.m. 1912...
6: Passengers on Lifeboat 11 | First Class: Master Hudson Trevor Allison, 11 months, Quebec, parents and sister lost Miss Alice Cleaver, England, Allison nurse Mr. Philip E. Mock, New York, Mrs. Schabert’s brother Miss Edith Louise Rosenbaum or Russell, 33, France Mrs. Paul (Emma Mock) Schabert, New York, Mr. Mock’s sister Mrs. Alice Silvey, 39, Minnesoda
7: Second Class: Mrs. Allen Oliver (Nellie E. Baumgardner) Becker, 36, India to Michigan, daughter Ruth on Boat 13 Miss Marion Louise Becker, 4, India to Michigan Master Richard F. Becker, 1, India to Michigan Miss Mildred Brown, 24, England Miss Nina Harper, 6, England, Miss Leitch’s niece, minister father lost Miss Jessie Leitch, England, Miss Harper’s aunt Mrs. Elizabeth Ramell Nye, 29, England; Mrs. Frederick C. (Jane Richards) Quick, 33, England Miss Winifred Vera Quick, 8, England Miss Phyllis May Quick, 2, England Miss Maude Sincock, 20, England Mrs. Florence Angle "Mary" Agnes, 36 New York Mrs. Argene Del Carlo, 24, Italy Mrs. Mary Marthe Jerwan, 23, New York Miss Kate Florence Phillips, 19, England
8: Third Class: Master Philip Aks, 10 months, England, mother on Boat 13 Mr. Julius Sap, 25, Belgium Crew: Mr. W. Brice, seaman Mr. S. Humphreys or Humphries, quartermaster, in charge Mr. Charles Donald Mackay, bath steward Mr. A. McMicken or McMichen, steward Mrs. Annie Robinson, first-class stewardess Mrs. Maude Slocombe, masseuse Mr. A. Thissinger or Thessenger or Thussinger, steward Mr. Joseph Thomas Wheate or Wheat, second-class assistant steward Mr. Edward Wheelton, first-class saloon steward
9: Mr. Brice Walter T., 42, England, Seaman Miss Annie Caton, 50, England, Stewardess Mr. Charles Cullen, 35, England, steward Mr. William Stephen Faulkner, England, steward Mr. Jacob Williams Gibbons, 37, England, steward Mrs. Katherine Gold, 40, England, stewardess Mr. Fredrick Hartnell, 20, England, steward Mr. Leo James Hyland,19, England, steward Miss Bessie Lavington, 39, England, stewardess Mrs. Annie Martin, 33, England, stewardess Mrs. Alice Prichard, 33, England, stewardess Mr. Harold John Prior, 21, England, steward Mr. Charles J. Savage, 22, England, steward Mrs. Maude Slocombe, 30, England, steward Miss Katherine E. Smith, 42, England, steward Miss Sarah A. Stap, 45, England, stewardess Mr. Frank Terrell, 27, England, steward Mr. James W.C. Witter, 31, England, steward
10: Master Hudson Trevor Allison
11: Lifeboat 11 | Hudson Trevor Allison was 11 months old at the time. He had a nurse, (aka nanny) Alice Cleaver, that cared for him. Once Miss Cleaver found out that the titanic had been hit she took Trever and headed for the lifeboats, without telling anyone else. The rest of family got on a life boat a little while afterward. They realized they were missing Trevor right before they lowered the lifeboat and all got off to look for him. His whole family sank with the ship while Trevor and Alice were aboard Carpathia.
12: Interesting Facts | The 1st class parlor suite ticket for the Titanic was $4,350. That's about $50,000 today! In 1898, 14 years before the Titanic was built, a fiction book was written about an unsinkable ship that sank in the Atlantic Ocean, in April, after it was hit by an ice burg. The ship in the book was called The Titan. R.M.S has another meaning other than Royal Merchant Ship, it was also called Royal Mail Steamer, because the Titanic carried mail under the auspices of His Majesty's postal authorities. Because of this it was protected by the British Crown. An attack on an R.M.S was also known as an attack on the crown, and an act of war.
13: Titanic was about as long as the Empire State Building is tall. After it was turned perpendicularly to the water, it took the Titanic about 15 minutes to sink to its final resting place on the ocean floor. Two dogs were among the Titanic survivors. There were no cats on the Titanic. It was customary to break a bottle of champagne at the bow of a boat when launched. The Titanic launching did not include the traditional bottle- breaking. The Titanic radio call sign was: MGY The Titanic carried 900 tons of baggage and freight.