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S: The Titanic and it's survivors on Lifeboat 3 By. Veronica de la Nuez

FC: The Titanic and its survivors on Lifeboat 3 | By. Veronica de la Nuez

1: Welcome to Lifeboat 3! | The capacity of most lifeboats are 40-65. Lifeboat 3 had 39 passengers. 13 were women & 26 were men. Everyone on Lifeboat 3 survived & only one person on my lifeboat was a second class passenger. I did research on one of my passengers and he was the only second class person. His mother was safe on Lifeboat 14 but his Step- Brother was lost in the sinking. Lear more about my Lifeboat and Master JOhn Morgan Jr. Davis.

2: The women of Lifeboat 3 | * Miss Elizabeth Margret Burns - 41 * Mrs Charlotte Wardle Cardeza- 58 * Mrs Orian Davidson- 27 * Mrs Vera Dick- 17 * Mrs Edith Graham- 48 * Miss Margret Edith Graham- 19 * Mrs Myna Harper- 49 * Mrs Clara Jennings Hays- 52 * Miss Mary Anne Perreault- 30 * Miss Elizabeth Weed Shutes- 40 * Mrs Margaretta Corning Spedden- 40 * Miss Annie Moore Ward- 35 * Miss Helen Alice Wilson- 35

4: *Mr.Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza *Master John Morgan Jr Davies * * Mr. George Combes * Mr. Robert Couper * Mr. Robert Williams Daniel * Mr Albert Adrian Dick * Mr. John Hagan * Mr Henry Sleeper Harper * Hammad Hassab * Mr Walter James Hawksford * Mr Gustave J. Lesueur *Mr. Thomas Mayzes * Mr. George Alfred Moore * Mr. John J. Moore *Mr. William Nutbean * Mr.John Podesta * Mr. Adolphe Saalfeld * Mr. Wilfred D. Seward * Mr Frederick Oakley Spedden *Master Robert Douglas Spedden * Dr. Max Staehlin * Mr. Robert Triggs | The Men of Lifeboat 3

6: Crew- 11 people 1st Class- 24 people 2nd Class- 1 person Unknown- 1 person

8: Age- 10 Class- Second Born- 31st July, 1903 Gender- Male Lifeboat- 14 then 3 Ticket Number- 33112 , 36 15s Destination:- Houghton Michigan United States Disembarked Carpathia:- NewYork City on18th April 1912 Died- Sunday 16th December 1951 Buried:- Lake View Cemetery Calumet United States | Master John Morgan Jr. Davis

9: Master John Morgan Jr. Davis was born on July 31st 1903. Little did he know that he would be part of the worst boat sinking ever! Davis was 10 years old when he boarded the Titanic with his mom, Joseph Charles Nicholls (his half brother) and Maude Sincock (family friend). They all boarded in Southampton, England want to have a good time before they arrived in Hancock, Michigan. Little did they know what was heading there way. Now lets talk a little about John Davis. He was born on July 31st in Cardiff, Whales. His real father had passed away shortly after he was born. So he and his mother went to St. Ives in Corwall. His mothers name was Agnes Davis. When they borded the Titanic they also boarded with Davis's half brother (Joseph Charles Nicholls) & there friend Maude Sincock. They were going to Hancock,Michigan to go and see his half brother Richard Nicholls, (from Agnes's first marriage). But when the Titannic hit the iceberg John and his mom manged to get o Lifeboat 3, Maude made it to Lifeboat 11, but Joseph didn't make it and was lost in the sinking. Later in life John had commited suicide after a divorce because of an overdose. He died on December16th 1951 & buried at Lake View Cemetery in Calumet, USA.

10: Interesting Facts | *14 years prior to the Titanic, Morgan Robertson wrote a book called Futility. The book was about a boat that hit an iceberg and sank to the bottom of the sea. The boat was called the Titan. * tHE TITANIC WAS REALLY CALLED THE rms TITANIC. rms STOOD FOR Royal Mail Steamer. * tHERE WERE TWO DOG SURVIER'S. * nO CATS! * tHEY SAID CATS WERE GOOD LUCK, AND KEPT THE RODENTS AWAY. * tHE TITANIC IS AS TALL AS THE eMPIRE STATE BUILDING.

11: * tHE TOWER BRIDGE IN LONDO, ENGLAND IS ABOUT THE SAME HEIGHT & LENGHTH AS THE tITANIC. * tHE TITANIC WAS ONLY SUPPOSED TO HAVE 3 FUNNELS, BUT IT HAD 4 TO MAKE IT LOOK FOR IMPRESSSIVE. * nO ONE REALLY SAID THE TITANIC WAS UNSINKABLE. tHERE WAS A MAGAZINE, THE Shipbuilder , SAID THAT THE TITANIC WAS "PRATICLY UNSINKABLE".

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