The Cabins

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THE FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS

The four parlor suites (located on B - Deck) on the Titanic were the most expensive accommodation aboard. These suites contained two bedrooms, a sitting room, and a private bath and lavatory. Bruce Ismay, Managing Director of the White Star Line, occupied three of these suites (Cabin B-52, Cabin B-54 and Cabin B-56) on the Titanic's maiden voyage. Every stateroom had electric light and heat. The First-Class cabins were located on Decks A - D. There were six First-Class cabins on the Boat-Deck as well. These cabins - T, U, W, X, Y and Z - were located between the Officers Quarters and the First-Class entrance. There were 30 suite-rooms on the Bridge-Deck (A - Deck) and 39 on the Shelter-Deck (B - Deck). These were so arranged that they could be let in groups to from suites, including bedrooms, with baths, etc., with communicating doors. But on each of these two decks, close to the companionways, on either side, adjacent rooms were fitted up as sitting or dining-room. In all, there were nearly 350 First-Class rooms, 100 of these being single rooms. There was accommodation for over 750 First-Class passengers. The state rooms were decorated in different styles: Louis Seize, Empire, Adams, Italian Renaissance, Louis Quinze, Louis Quatorze, Georgian, Regency, Queen Anne, Modern Dutch and Old Dutch. The state rooms were of the highest standard and the private promenade decks were very spacious, which was unique at that time for being an enclosed promenade.
Cost of a ticket (one way):
First-Class (parlor suite): 870/$4,350 ($50,000 today).
First-Class (berth): 30/$150 ($1,724 today).
Note:
In 1912, skilled shipyard workers who built the Titanic earned 2 ($10) per week.
Unskilled workers earned 1 or less per week.
A single First-Class berth would have cost these workers 4 to 8 months wages.

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THE SECOND-CLASS CABINS

The Second-Class cabins, while not as luxuriant as First-Class, were equal to many First-Class accomodations found on other vessels of those days. Second-Class rooms were arranged as two or four-berth, each with mahogany furniture and sofa-beds. The cabins had linoleum tile floors. Second-Class passengers could number over 550. The Second-Class cabins were located on E - Deck.
Cost of a Second-Class ticket (one way): 12/$60 ($690 today).

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THE THIRD-CLASS CABINS

The Third-Class cabins were located in the lower parts of the ship (F-Deck and G-Deck) and were the least desirable of accomodations aboard the Titanic. Even so, they were superior to what many of the passengers would have known at home. Single men and women were separated by an entire ship's length - men in the bow and women in the stern. For the Third-Class passengers or "Steerage", there was a large number of enclosed berths, with 84 two-berth cabins. The cabins ranged from two-berth to six-berth and even eight-berth rooms. The Third-Class twin-berth cabins aboard the Titanic had fold away bunks to allow more space during the day. The total number of Third-Class passengers provided for was over 1,100. Third-Class accommodation was also very good. Veitchi-covered stairways in Third-Class entrances opened onto linoleum tiled, steel-walled corridors. There were also portable rooms whose steel, movable walls enclosed variable spaces according to the number of passengers on board. Almost all Third-Class cabins were panelled in pine and had veitchi floor coverings.
Cost of a Third-Class ticket (one way): 3/$15 to 8/$40 ($172 to $460 today).

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"Steerage":
"Steerage" was the lowest class of accommodation offered to passengers. On better class liners, like the Titanic, it was referred to as Third-Class. Steerage passengers on the cheapest ships slept in open dormitories, segregated by sex. The Titanic had small areas available for this type of accommodation, but they were never used.
The term comes from the fact that originally the cheapest accommodation was in the stern, along with the steering gear. This space was cramped and liable to inspire seasickness, due to the rougher motion there. On early warships it was the home of crewmembers who were too important for the forecastle but not important enough for the officers' cabins.

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Who occupied what cabin aboard the Titanic ?

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Boat-Deck Cabins:
(First-Class)

Cabin-T

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A-Deck Cabins:
(First-Class)

A-5
A-6
A-7
A-10
A-11
A-14
A-16
A-18
A-19
A-20
A-21
A-23
A-24
A-26
A-29
A-31
A-32
A-34
A-36
A-37

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B-Deck Cabins:

(First-Class)

B-3
B-4
B-5
B-6
B-10
B-11
B-18
B-20
B-22
B-24
B-26
B-28
B-30
B-32
B-35
B-36
B-37
B-38
B-39
B-41
B-45
B-49
B-51
B-52
B-53
B-54
B-55
B-56
B-57
B-58
B-59
B-60
B-63
B-66
B-69
B-71
B-77
B-78
B-79
B-80
B-82
B-84
B-86
B-94
B-96
B-98
B-102

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C-Deck Cabins:

(First-Class)

C-2
C-6
C-7
C-22
C-26
C-27
C-28
C-30
C-32
C-39
C-42
C-45
C-46
C-47
C-49
C-50
C-51
C-52
C-53
C-54
C-55
C-62
C-64
C-65
C-66
C-67
C-68
C-78
C-80
C-82
C-83
C-85
C-86
C-87
C-89
C-90
C-91
C-92
C-93
C-97
C-99
C-101
C-104
C-105
C-106
C-108
C-111
C-116
C-118
C-124
C-125
C-126
C-128
C-148

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D-Deck Cabins:

(First-Class)

D-6
D-7
D-9
D-10
D-11
D-12
D-15
D-17
D-19
D-20
D-21
D-28
D-30
D-33
D-34
D-35
D-36
D-37
D-38
D-40
D-43
D-46
D-47
D-48
D-49
D-50
D-56
D-69
D-126
D-135

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E-Deck Cabins:

(Second-Class)

E-8
E-12
E-17
E-24
E-25
E-31
E-33
E-34
E-36
E-38
E-40
E-44
E-46
E-49
E-50
E-52
E-57
E-58
E-60
E-63
E-69
E-77
E-101
E-121

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F-Deck Cabins:

(Third-Class)

F-2
F-8
F-10
F-33
F-38

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G-Deck Cabins:

(Third-Class)

G-6
G-7
G-63


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Cabin-T

First Class.
Mr. Stephen Weart Blackwell occupied this cabin (Ticket No. 113784, £35 10s). He did not survive the sinking.

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A-5

First Class.
Mr. George Goldsmith occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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A-6

First Class.
Mr. William Sloper occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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A-7

First Class.
Mr. Paul Chevre occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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A-10

First Class.
Mr. John Hugo Ross occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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A-11

First Class.
Edith Louise Rosenbaum. She was undressing for bed when the Titanic hit the iceberg. She left the Titanic in Lifeboat #11, but not without her toy pig which she had a steward to retrieve.

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A-14

First Class.
George Quincy Clifford occupied this room. He did not survive the sinking.

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A-16

First Class.
Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff Gordon occupied this room. They travelled under the false name Morgan. They also occupied Cabin A-20. Mrs. Duff Gordon's Maid, Miss Laura Francatelli, occupied Cabin E-36. They both survived the sinking in Lifeboat #1.

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A-18

First Class.
Mr. William Crothers Dulles occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking (recovered body #133).

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A-19

First Class.
Mr. Richard William Smith occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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A-20

First Class.
Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff Gordon occupied this room. They travelled under the false name Morgan. They also occupied Cabin A-16. Mrs. Duff Gordon's Maid, Miss Laura Francatelli, occupied Cabin E-36. They both survived the sinking in Lifeboat #1.

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A-21

First Class.
Mr. James Brady occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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A-23

First Class.
Algernon H. Barkworth. He swam on his briefcase and later got in an overturned boat.

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A-24

First Class.
Mr. Washington Roebling occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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A-26

First Class.
Col. Alfons Simonius-Blumer occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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A-29

First Class.
Edith Evans occupied this cabin. She did not survive the sinking.

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A-31

First Class.
Henry Blank occupied this room. He was in the First-Class Smoking room when the Titanic hit the iceberg. He was in Lifeboat #7.

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A-34

First Class.
Dr. Washington Dodge, his wife Ruth and their son Master Washington occupied this cabin. Dr. Dodge survived the sinking in Lifeboat #13, his wife and son in Lifeboat #5.

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A-36

First Class.
Thomas Andrews, the ship's builder occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking of the Titanic.

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A-37

First Class.
Father Francis Browne occupied this cabin on the Titanic. He took some of the few pictures of the Titanic that still exist today. He was fortunate to get off the ship in Queenstown, before the Titanic sailed into history.

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B-3

First Class.
Mrs. Edward Scott Robert was on the Titanic with her Maid Miss Amelia Kenchen. Her niece and daughter occupied Cabin B-5. She left in Lifeboat #2 and survived the sinking.

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B-4

First Class.
Mrs. James Joseph Brown (Margaret Tobin) - "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" - occupied this cabin as well as Cabin B-6 aboard the Titanic and survived in Lifeboat #6.

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B-5

First Class.
Miss Elisabeth Walton Allen travelled with her Aunt Mrs. Edward Scott Robert (Cabin B-3) and cousin Georgette Alexandra Madill. They survived the sinking. They were in
Lifeboat #2.

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B-6

First Class.
Mrs. Margaret Tobin Brown - "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" - occupied this cabin, as well as Cabin B-4, aboard the Titanic and survived in Lifeboat #6.

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B-10

First Class.
Mr. Emil Brandeis occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. He did not survive the sinking (recovered body #208).

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B-11

First Class.
Mr. Christopher Head occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. He did not survive the sinking.

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B-18

First Class.
Mrs. Louis Albert Hippach traveled with her daughter Jean Hippach. When the Titanic hit the iceberg they went outside to have a look at it, but were told to go back to their room. They later returned and were told to put on lifebelts. They were in Lifeboat #4.

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B-20

First Class.
Mr. Albert Dick and his wife Mrs. Vera Dick occupied this cabin. They both survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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B-22

First Class.
Captain Edward G. Crosby and his wife Catherine occupied this cabin. Their daughter Miss Harriett Crosby occupied Cabin B-26. Captain Crosby did not survive the sinking (recovered body #268). His wife survived in Lifeboat #5.

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B-24

First Class.
Mr. Vivian B. Payne occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. He did not survive the sinking

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B-26

First Class.
Miss Harriett Crosby occupied this cabin. Her parents occupied Cabin B-22. She survived in Lifeboat #5.

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B-28

First Class.
Mrs. Martha Stone occupied this cabin. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #6.

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B-30

First Class.
Mrs. Englehart C. Ostby travelled on the Titanic in this cabin. Mrs. Ostby died during the sinking (recovered body #234).

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B-32

First Class.
Mr. Hugh R. Rood occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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B-35

First Class.
Mrs. Leotine Pauline Aubert occupied this room with her maid Miss Segesser. Mrs. Aubert was the Mistress of Mr. Benjamin Guggenheim, who occupied Cabin B-82 and Cabin B-84. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #9.

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B-36

First Class.
Miss Helen R. Ostby travelled on the Titanic in this cabin. Miss Ostby survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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B-37

First Class.
Mr. Edward A. Kent occupied this cabin. he did not survive the sinking (recovered
body #258).

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B-38

First Class.
Major Archibald Willingham Butt occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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B-39

First Class.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxmillian Frolicher occupied this cabin. They survived the sinking in
Lifeboat #5.

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B-41

First Class.
Miss Marguerite Frolicher occupied this cabin. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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B-45

First Class.
Mr. John P. Snyder and his wife Nelle occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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B-49

First Class.
Mr. Dickinson H. Bishop and his wife Helen occupied this room. The couple got in
Lifeboat #7, leaving behind $11,000 worth of jewelry in their room.

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B-51

First Class.
Mr. Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza and his mother Mrs. James Warburton Martinez Cardeza (Charlotte Wardle Drake) were in one of the two Millionaires suites. They both got in Lifeboat #3 and were saved.

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B-52

First Class.
Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay occupied this room, with his Valet, Richard FRy in Cabin B-102. (Mr. William H. Harrison - secretary to Mr. J. Bruce Ismay - occupied Cabin B-94.) He also occupied Cabin B-54 and Cabin B-56, and had his own private promenade. He was in Collapsible Lifeboat C and survived the sinking.

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B-53

First Class.
Mr. Thomas Drake Martinez Cardeza and his mother Mrs. James Warburton Martinez Cardeza (Charlotte Wardle Drake) occupied one of the two Millionaires suites. They both got in Lifeboat #3 and were rescued.

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B-54

First Class.
Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay occupied this room, with his Valet, Richard Fry in Cabin B-102.
(Mr. William H. Harrison - secretary to Mr. J. Bruce Ismay - occupied Cabin B-94.) He also occupied Cabin B-52 and Cabin B-56, and had his own private promenade. He was in Collapsible Lifeboat C and survived the sinking.

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B-55

First Class.
Mr. Thomas Drake Martinez and his mother Mrs. James Warburton Martinez (Charlotte Wardle Drake) occupied one of the two Millionaires suites. They both got in Lifeboat #3 and were rescued.

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B-56

First Class.
Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay occupied this room, with his Valet, Richard Fry in Cabin B-102.
(Mr. William H. Harrison - secretary to Mr. J. Bruce Ismay - occupied Cabin B-94.) He also occupied Cabin B-52 and Cabin B-54, and had his own private promenade. He was in Collapsible Lifeboat C and survived the sinking.

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B-57

First Class.
Mr. Arthur Sr & Mrs. Emily Ryerson, daughters Emily (18) and Susan (aged 21), son John (13), Grace Scott Bowen (John's Governess), and Victorine Chaudanson, Mrs. Ryerson's French maid. These people occupied also Cabin B-59, Cabin B-63, and Cabin B-66.
Mr. Ryerson did not survive the sinking. Mrs. Ryerson and all the children survived the sinking in Lifeboat #4.

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B-58

First Class.
Mr. Quigg Edmond Baxter (24) from Montreal, Quebec, Canada boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with his mother Mrs. James Baxter (Helene DeLaudeniere) (50). They also occupied Cabin B-60. Mr Quigg Baxter sank with the Titanic but his mother was rescued in Lifeboat #6.

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B-59

First Class.
Mr. Arthur Sr & Mrs. Emily Ryerson, daughters Emily (18) and Susan (aged 21), son John (13), Grace Scott Bowen (John's Governess), and Victorine Chaudanson, Mrs. Ryerson's French maid. These people also occupied cabins Cabin B-57, Cabin B-63, and Cabin B-66. Mr. Ryerson did not survive the sinking. Mrs. Ryerson and all the children survived the sinking in Lifeboat #4.

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B-60

First Class.
Mr. Quigg Edmond Baxter (24) from Montreal, Quebec, Canada boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with his mother Mrs. James Baxter (Helene DeLaudeniere) (50). They also occupied Cabin B-58. Mr. Quigg Baxter sank with the Titanic but his mother was rescued in Lifeboat #6.

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B-63

First Class.
Mr. Arthur Sr & Mrs. Emily Ryerson, daughters Emily (18) and Susan (aged 21), son John (13), Grace Scott Bowen (John's Governess), and Victorine Chaudanson, Mrs. Ryerson's French maid. These people also occupied cabins Cabin B-57, Cabin B-59, and Cabin B-66. Mr. Ryerson did not survive the sinking. Mrs. Ryerson and all the children survived the sinking in Lifeboat #4.

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B-66

First Class.
Mr. Arthur Sr & Mrs. Emily Ryerson, daughters Emily (18) and Susan (aged 21), son John (13), Grace Scott Bowen (John's Governess), and Victorine Chaudanson, Mrs. Ryerson's French maid. These people also occupied cabins Cabin B-57, Cabin B-59 Cabin B-63.
Mr. Ryerson did not survive the sinking. Mrs. Ryerson, all the children and Victorine Chaudanson survived the sinking in Lifeboat #4.

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B-69

First Class.
Mr. Charles Hays and his wife Mrs. Clara Hays occupied this cabin. Mrs Hays survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3. Mr. Hays did not survive the sinking (recovered body #307).

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B-71

First Class.
Mr. Thornton Davidson and his wife Mrs. Orian Hays Davidson occupied this cabin.
Mr. Davidson did not survive the sinking. His wife survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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B-77

First Class.
The Countess of Rothes (Noel Lucy Martha Dyer-Edwards) and her cousin Miss Gladys Cherry occupied this cabin.
(Her maid Miss Roberta Maioni occupied Cabin B-79.) They all survived the sinking in Lifeboat #8.
The Countess of Rothes (Noel Lucy Martha Dyer-Edwards) was born on March 21st, 1879. She boarded the Titanic at the age of thirty-three with her cousin Miss Gladys Cherry, and her maid, Miss Roberta Maioni.

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B-78

First Class.
Mr. William Spencer and wife Marie occupied this cabin. Mr. Spencer did not survive the sinking. His wife survived in Lifeboat #6.

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B-79

First Class.
Miss Roberta Maioni, the maid of the Countess of Rothes, occupied this cabin. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #8. The Countess of Rothes and her cousin Miss Gladys Cherry occupied Cabin B-77.

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B-80

First Class.
Miss Elise Lurette - maid to Mrs. Spencer (Cabin B-78) occupied this cabin and survived the sinking in Lifeboat #6.

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B-82

First Class.
Mr. Benjamin Guggenheim and his mistress Mrs. Aubert who also occupied Cabin B-35. During the sinking he dressed in his finest evening wear, along with his Valet, Victor Giglio in Cabin B-86, and was last heard to say "We've dressed up in our best and are prepared to go down like gentlemen". Mr. Guggenheim and his Valet, Victor Giglio did not survive the sinking. Mr. Guggenheim also occupied Cabin B-84.

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B-84

First Class.
Mr. Benjamin Guggenheim and his mistress Mrs. Aubert. During the sinking he dressed in his finest evening wear, along with his Valet, Victor Giglio in Cabin B-86, and was last heard to say "We've dressed up in our best and are prepared to go down like gentlemen". Mr. Guggenheim and his Valet did not survive the sinking. Mr. Guggenheim also occupied Cabin B-82.

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B-86

First Class.
Mr. Victor Giglio, Valet to Mr. Benjamin Guggenheim (Cabin B-82 and Cabin B-84) occupied this cabin. Mr. Giglio and Mr. Guggenheim changed into their evening wear when they knew they couldn't be saved. They did not survive the sinking.

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B-94

First Class.
Mr. William H. Harrison - secretary to Mr. J. Bruce Ismay (Cabin B-52, Cabin B-54 and Cabin B-56) - occupied this cabin. Mr. Harrison did not survive the sinking (recovered body #10).

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B-96

First Class.
Mr. William E. Carter, his wife Mrs. Lucille Carter, their children Miss Lucille and Master William occupied this cabin as well as Cabin B-98. Mr. Carter did not survive the sinking. His wife and children did survive the sinking in Lifeboat #4.

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B-98

First Class.
Mr. William E. Carter, his wife Mrs. Lucille Carter, their children Miss Lucille and Master William occupied this cabin as well as Cabin B-96. Mr. Carter did not survive the sinking. His wife and children did survive the sinking in Lifeboat #4.

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B-102

First Class.
Richard Fry was the Valet to Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay (Cabin B-52, Cabin B-54 and
Cabin B-56). Mr. Fry died in the sinking and his body was never recovered.

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C-2

First Class.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pears occupied this cabin on the Titanic. Mr. Pears died and
Mrs. Pears survived the sinking in Lifeboat #8.

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C-6

First Class.
Mr. Thompson Beattie and Mr. Thomas McCaffry shared this room. Mr. Beattie was in Collapsible Lifeboat A but died during the night. His body was found in the lifeboat a month later when recovered by the 'Oceanic'. Mr. McCaffry also did not survive the sinking (recovered body #292).

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C-7

First Class.
Miss Caroline Bonnell, Miss Elizabeth Bonnell and Miss Mary Wick shared this room. They both were saved in Lifeboat #8.

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C-22

First Class.
Mr. Hudson Joshua Creighton Allison occupied this room with his wife Bess. His children Trevor and Lorraine occupied Cabin C-26. He did not survive the sinking.

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C-26

First Class.
Miss Helen Lorraine Allison was travelling with her father Hudson Allison, mother Bess (Cabin C-22) and brother Trevor. Lorraine Allison was the only child of First and
Second-Class to die in the sinking. Master Trevor survived the sinking in Lifeboat #10.

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C-27

First Class.
This cabin was shared by Miss Alice Fortune, Miss Ethel Fortune and Miss Mabel Fortune. They all survived the sinking in Lifeboat #10.

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C-28

First Class.
Mrs. Emma Schabert occupied this cabin. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #11.

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C-30

First Class.
Mr. Harry Markland Molson occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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C-32

First Class.
Mrs. Ella White and Miss Marie Young shared this cabin. They both survived the sinking in Lifeboat #8. Mrs. White's Maid, Miss Nellie M. Bessette, occupied Cabin C-99.

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C-39

First Class.
Mr. William E. Hipkins occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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C-42

First Class.
Mr. George Graham occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking (recovered body #147).

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C-45

First Class.
Miss Caroline Louise Endres was the private nurse to Madeleine Astor (Cabin C-64). Miss Endres and Mrs. Astor were rescued in Lifeboat #4.

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C-46

First Class.
Mr. Tyrell Cavendish and his wife Julia occupied this cabin. Mr. Cavendish did not survive (recovered body #172), his wife survived in Lifeboat #6.

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C-47

First Class.
Mr. Pierre Marechal occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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C-49

First Class.
Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Isham occupied this room. She was one of the four First-Class women to die in the sinking.

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C-50

First Class.
Mrs. Lilly Potter occupied this cabin. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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C-51

First Class.
Colonel Archibald Gracie IV occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. He was probably among the last survivors to leave the sinking Titanic on that cold April night in 1912 in Collapsible Lifeboat B and wrote a couple of books about the Titanic disaster - "The Truth about the Titanic" and "Titanic, A Survivors Story".

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C-52

First Class.
Mr. Hugh Woolner occupied this room. He was rescued in Collapsible Lifeboat D and survived the sinking.

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C-53

First Class.
Mr. Gilbert Milligan Tucker occupied this cabin on the Titanic. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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C-54

First Class.
Mrs. Olive Earnshaw and Miss Margaret Hays occupied this cabin. Miss Hays survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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C-55

First Class.
Mr. Isidor Straus occupied this room with his wife. His Manservant, Mr. John Farthing (Cabin C-95), and Maid, Miss Ellen Bird (Cabin C-97), came along, but in seperate cabins. Mr. and Mrs. Straus did not survive the sinking.

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C-62

First Class.
Mr. Victor Robbins was the Manservant to Mr. John Jacob Astor (Cabin C-64). He died in the sinking.

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C-64

First Class.
Colonel John Jacob Astor IV - the richest man aboard the Titanic (est. $30,000,000) - and his pregnant eighteen year old wife Madeline - he just had married - occupied this room aboard the Titanic.
Mrs. Astor's private nurse, Miss Caroline Louise Endres, occupied Cabin C-45. Mr. Astor's Valet, Mr. Victor Robbins, occupied Cabin C-62. Mr. Astor did not survive the sinking (recovered body #124). His wife Madeline survived in Lifeboat #4.

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C-65

First Class.
Mr. Victor Penasco and his wife Marie Josefa occupied this cabin on the Titanic. Miss Oliva Ocana Dona Fermina, Maid to Mrs. Penasco, occupied Cabin C-105. Mr. Penasco did not survive the sinking. His wife was in Lifeboat #8 and survived the sinking.

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C-66

First Class.
Mr. and Mrs. John Borland Thayer occupied this cabin on the Titanic. They did not survive the sinking. Their son John Borland Jr. ("Jack Thayer") occupied Cabin C-68.

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C-67

First Class.
Mr. Emil Taussig and Mrs. Taussig together with their daughter Ruth occupied this cabin. Mr. Taussig did not survive the sinking. His wife and daughter did survive in Lifeboat #8.

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C-68

First Class.
John Borland Thayer Jr. ("Jack Thayer"), son of a wealthy Philadelphia suburbanite, was one of the last to leave the Titanic, by jumping and swimming to an overturned collapsible lifeboat. He was seventeen in 1912, and he reported that the vessel broke in two shortly before it sank. Many experts on the subject did not accept his opinion, nor the opinion of several women in the lifeboats, because older passengers swore that the Titanic had not broken at the surface. The French and American search team who found the two major pieces of the wreck in 1985 proved that Thayer was correct.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Borland Thayer, occupied Cabin C-66 on the Titanic. They did not survive the sinking.

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C-78

First Class.
Dr. William E. Minahan, his wife Lillian and their daughter Daisy occupied this cabin.
Dr. Minahan did not survive the sinking (recovered body #230). His wife and daughter survived in Lifeboat #14.

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C-80

First Class.
Mr. George Dunton Widener occupied this room with his wife Eleanor. Their son, Harry Elkins Widener, occupied Cabin C-82. Their two servants, Edwin Keeping and Emily Geiger, also were aboard the Titanic. Mr. Widener died in the sinking, his wife survived the sinking in Lifeboat #4.

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C-82

First Class.
Mr. Harry Elkin Widener occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking. His parents, Mr. George Dunton Widener and his wife Eleanor, occupied Cabin C-80.

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C-83

First Class.
Mr. Henry Birkhardt Harris occupied this room with his wife Irene Harris. Mr. Harris died in the sinking. His wife survived the sinking in Collapsible Lifeboat D.

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C-85

First Class.
Mr. John Bradley Cummings and his wife Mrs. John Bradley Cummings (Florence Briggs Thayer) boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg. Mr. Cummings sank with the Titanic and
Mrs. Cummings was rescued in Lifeboat #4.

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C-86

First Class.
Mr. Walter Donald Douglas boarded the Titanic in Cherbourg with his wife Mrs. Walter D. Douglas (Mahala Dutton) and her French Maid, Miss Berthe LeRoy. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas occupied statesroom C-86. Mr. Douglas sank with the Titanic (recovered body #62) but Mrs. Douglas and her maid were rescued in Lifeboat #2.

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C-87

First Class.
Mr. Walter Miller Clark boarded the Titanic with his wife Mrs. Walter Miller Clark (Virginia McDowell) in Cherbourg. They were travelling to Los Angeles, California. Mr. Clark sank with the Titanic but Mrs. Clark was rescued in Lifeboat #4.

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C-89

First Class.
Mr. William Thomas Stead occupied this room. When the Titanic was sinking he was seen reading a book in the First-Class Smoke Room. He did not survive the sinking.

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C-90

First Class.
Miss Mildered Brown, Miss Selena Cook, Miss Amelia Lamore and Mrs. Berthe Antonine de Villiers occupied this cabin on the Titanic. Miss Mildered Brown survived the sinking in Lifeboat #11. Mrs. Berthe Antonine de Villiers survived the sinking in Lifeboat #6.

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C-91

First Class.
Mrs. William Thompson Graham occupied this cabin. Mrs. Graham survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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C-92

First Class.
Mr. Samuell L. Goldenberg and his wife Edwiga occupied this cabin. They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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C-93

First Class.
Mr. Frederick Maxfield Hoyt occupied this cabin with his wife Jane Anne. They were rescued in Collapsible Lifeboat D and survived the sinking.

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C-95

First Class.
Mr. John Farthing, the Manservant to Mr. Isodor Strauss (Cabin C-55), occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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C-97

First Class.
Miss Ellen Bird, the Maid to Mrs. Isidor Straus (Cabin C-55) occupied this room. Miss Bird survived the sinking in Lifeboat #8.

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C-99

First Class.
Miss Nellie M. Bessette, Ella White's (Cabin C-32) Maid, occupied this cabin on the Titanic. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #8.

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C-101

First Class.
Mrs. Edward Dale Appleton was aboard the Titanic with her sisters Mrs. John Murray Brown and Mrs. Robert C. Cornell. They shared this cabin. Their husbands were not aboard the Titanic.
Mrs. Appleton and Mrs. Cornell survived the sinking in Lifeboat #2. Mrs. Brown survived the sinking in Collapsible Lifeboat D.

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C-104

First Class.
Major Arthur Godfrey Peuchen occupied this room. He was a skilled Yachtsman and wore a pin during the sinking showing it. Lifeboat #6 only had Mr. Frederick Fleet (the Lookout) to row, and Mr. Peuchen slid down the rope to the lifeboat and rowed it. After a while he was tired, and heard "Row!" from the one and only "Unsinkable Molly Brown" (Cabin B-4 and Cabin B-6). Major Peuchen survived the sinking.

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C-105

First Class.
Miss Oliva Ocana Dona Fermina, Maid to Mrs. Penasco (Cabin C-65), occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic.

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C-106

First Class.
Mr. Adolphe Saalfeld occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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C-108

First Class.
Mr. John E. Maguire occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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C-111

First Class.
Mr. Benjamin L. Foreman occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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C-116

First Class.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. H. Stengel occupied this room. Mrs. Stengel was saved in
Lifeboat #5 and Mr. Stengel later escaped in Lifeboat #1, which only had 12 people aboard.

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C-118

First Class.
Mr. Charles H. Natsch occupied this room. He died in the sinking.

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C-124

First Class.
Mr. Herman Klaber shared this cabin with Mr. Austin Partner. Mr. Klaber died in the sinking.

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C-125

First Class.
Miss Margaret Graham and Miss Elizabeth W. Shutes occupied this room. Miss Margaret Graham survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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C-126

First Class.
Mr. Elmer Zebley Taylor occupied this room with his wife Juliet. They were rescued in Lifeboat #5.

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C-128

First Class.
Mr. Fletcher L. Williams occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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C-148

First Class.
Mr. Karl Howell Behr was a well known Tennis Player. He was saved in Lifeboat #5 and survived the sinking.

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D-6

First Class.
Mr. Clyde Long occupied this room - he was Jack Thayer's (Cabin C-68) friend. Mr. Long did not survive the sinking (recovered body #126).

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D-7

First Class.
Miss Kornelia Theodosia Andrews occupied this room, with her sister Anna Hogeboom and niece Gretchen Fiske Longley in other rooms on D-Deck (Cabin D-9). They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #10.

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D-9

First Class.
Miss Kornelia Theodosia Andrews occupied this room, with her sister Anna Hogeboom and niece Gretchen Fiske Longley in other rooms on D-Deck (Cabin D-7). They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #10.

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D-10

First Class.
Mrs. Blanche Greenfield occupied this cabin (she also occupied Cabin D-12). She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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D-11

First Class.
Mrs. Anna Hogeboom occupied this cabin. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #10.

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D-12

First Class.
Mrs. Blanche Greenfield occupied this cabin (she also occupied Cabin D-10). She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #7.

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D-15

First Class.
Mrs. Emma Bucknell occupied this cabin. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #8.

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D-17

First Class.
Dr. Alice Leader and Mrs. Margaret Swift shared this cabin. Dr. Leader survived the sinking in Lifeboat #8.

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D-19

First Class.
Mr. Edwin Kimball and his wife Gertrude occupied this cabin. They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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D-20

First Class.
Miss Elizabeth Eustis occupied this cabin. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #4.

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D-21

First Class.
Mr. John J. Borebank occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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D-28

First Class.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lines and her daughter Mary occupied this cabin. They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #9.

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D-30

First Class.
Mr. Daniel Marvin and his wife Mary occupied this cabin. Mr. Marvin did not survive the sinking. His wife survived in Lifeboat #10.

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D-33

First Class.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleeper Harper occupied this room. They survived the sinking by leaving in Lifeboat #3.

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D-34

First Class.
Mr. Thomas P. Franklin occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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D-35

First Class.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beckwith occupied this cabin. They both survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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D-36

First Class.
Miss Marjorie Newell and her sister Madeleine Newell occupied this room aboard the Titanic. They survived the sinking. Their father, Mr. Arthur Webster Newell occupied
Cabin D-48.

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D-37

First Class.
Mr. Frank M. Warren and his wife Anna occupied this cabin. Mr. Warren did not survive the sinking. His wife survived in Lifeboat #7.

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D-38

First Class.
Alfred Nourney was aboard the Titanic under the name Baron von Drachstedt. When the Titanic sank he was playing cards with William Greenfield and Henry Blank. He was rescued in Lifeboat #7 and survived the sinking.

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D-40

First Class.
Dr. Isaac G. Frauenthal and his wife Clara occupied this cabin. They were rescued in Lifeboat #5 and survived the sinking.

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D-43

First Class.
Mr. Servando Ovies y Rodrigues occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking (recovered body #189).

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D-46

First Class.
Mr. William Anderson Walker occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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D-47

First Class.
Miss Helen Newsom occupied this cabin. She was rescued in Lifeboat #5 and survived the sinking.

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D-48

First Class.
Mr. Arthur Webster Newell was the father of Marjorie and Madeleine. His daughters occupied Cabin D-36. They survived the sinking, but Mr. Newell did not.

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D-49

First Class.
Mr. Hamad Hassah - manservant to, Mr. Henry Sleeper Harper (Cabin D-33) occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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D-50

First Class.
Mr. Fredrick Sutton occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. He did not survive the sinking (recovered body #46).

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D-56

First Class.
Lawrence Beesley occupied this room. He was reading when the Titanic hit the iceberg. He survived in Lifeboat #13 and later wrote a book about the sinking, "The Loss of the Titanic".

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D-69

First Class.
Miss Mary Joseph occupied this room aboard the Titanic. The survived the sinking of the Titanic.

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D-126

First Class.
Mr. Percival White and his son Richard occupied this cabin. They did not survive the sinking. Mr. White's body was never recovered. His sons body was recovered (recovered body #169).

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D-135

First Class.
Miss Hilda M. Hellstrom occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. She did not survive the sinking.

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E-8

Second Class.
Mr. Norman Chambers and his wife Mrs. Bertha Chambers occupied this cabin. They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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E-12

Second Class.
Mr. Harry Anderson was on the Titanic in this room. He travelled alone and survived the sinking. He was in Lifeboat #3.

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E-17

Second Class.
Mr. Peter D. Daley occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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E-24

Second Class.
Mr. Spencer Victor Siverthorne occupied this cabin. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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E-25

Second Class.
Mr. John L. Flynn shared this cabin with Mr. R. McGough. They both survived the sinking in Lifeboat #5.

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E-31

Second Class.
Mr. Herbert Chaffee and his wife Carrie occupied this cabin. Mr. Chaffee did not survive the sinking, his wife did survive. She was in Lifeboat #4.

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E-33

Second Class.
Mrs. Edith Bowerman was on the Titanic in this room. She travelled alone and survived the sinking. She was in Lifeboat #6.

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E-34

Second Class.
Mr. Frederick Spedden and his wife Daisy occupied this cabin (their son Robert and his nurse Elizabeth Burns occupied Cabin E-40). They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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E-36

Second Class.
Miss Laura Francatelli, Maid to Lady Duff Gordon (Cabin A-16 and Cabin A-20), occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat #1.

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E-38

Second Class.
Mr. Francis Davis Millet occupied this cabin and was a close friend of Major Archibald W. Butt. He did not survive the sinking (recovered body #249).

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E-40

Second Class.
Master Robert Spedden (his parents occupied Cabin E-34) and his nurse Miss Elizabeth Burns occupied this cabin. They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3.

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E-44

Second Class.
Mr. William B. Silvey and his wife Alice occupied this cabin. Mr Silvey did not survive the sinking, his wife did survive.

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E-46

Second Class.
Mr. Herbert Hilliard occupied this cabin. he did not survive the sinking.

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E-49

Second Class.
Mrs. Mary Compton and her daughter Miss Sara Compton occupied this cabin. They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #14.

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E-50

Second Class.
Mr. and Mrs. George Harder occupied this cabin on the Titanic. They both survived the sinking of the Titanic in Lifeboat #5.

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E-52

Second Class.
Mr. Alexander Taylor Compton Jr. occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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E-57

Second Class.
Mr. Nelson Krekorian occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. He survived the sinking in Lifeboat #10 (possibly).

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E-58

Second Class.
Mr. Edward Pomeroy Colley occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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E-60

Second Class.
Mr. Henry Julian occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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E-63

Second Class.
Mr. Arthur H. Gee occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking (recovered
body #275).

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E-69

Second Class.
Mrs. Catherina Peter Joseph with her children Michael and Mary occupied this cabin.
Mrs. Peter Joseph and Mary survived the sinking in Collapsible C. Michael survived the sinking in Collapsible Lifeboat D.

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E-77

Second Class.
Mrs. Mary Mack occupied this cabin. She did not survive the sinking (recovered
body #52).

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E-101

Second Class.
Miss Edwina Celia Troutt, Miss Susan Webber and Miss Nora Kean occupied this room.
Miss Troutt survived the sinking in Lifeboat #16. Miss Webber survived the sinking in Lifeboat #12. Miss Kean survived the sinking in Lifeboat #10.

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E-121

Second Class.
Mrs. Bella Moor and her son Meier occupied this cabin. They survived the sinking in Lifeboat #14.

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F-2

Third Class.
Mr. Michel Navratil was the "Villain" among the passengers aboard the Titanic and occupied this cabin under the name "Louis Hoffman". He abdudcted his two sons Michel Marcel - 3 years - and Edmond Roger - 2 years. Mr. Navratil did not survive the sinking. Both his sons survived in Collapsible Lifeboat D.

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F-8

Third Class.
Mrs. Nellie Becker and her children Marion, Richard and Ruth occupied this cabin. They all survived the sinking in Lifeboat #11.

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F-10

Third Class.
Mr. Pickard Berk occupied this cabin aboard the Titanic. He - possibly - did not survive the sinking.

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F-33

Third Class.
Mrs. Elizabeth Nye occupied this room on the Titanic. She survived the sinking in
Lifeboat #11.

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F-38

Third Class.
Mr. Roger Tobin occupied this room. He did not survive the sinking.

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G-6

Third Class.
Mr. Ernst Ulrick occupied this cabin. He did not survive the sinking.

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G-7

Third Class.
Mrs. Elna Strom and her daughter Selena occupied this cabin. They did not survive the sinking.

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G-63

Third Class.
Olaus Jorgensen Abelseth from Alesund, Norway boarded the Titanic at Southampton with five other Norwegians. Karen Marie Abelseth (no relation, just friend's daugther), Anna Salkjelsvik, Peter Soholt (cousin), Sigurd Hansen Moen (brother-in-law) and Adolf Humblen. He shared this cabin with Adolf Humblen. Olaus Jorgensen Abelseth survived in Collapsible Lifeboat A but his roomate died.

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