Explore Titanic History, Royal Mail, and more!

Explore related topics

TimesMachine April 16, 1912 - New York Times - Titanic - PAGE 6

TimesMachine April 16, 1912 - New York Times - Titanic - PAGE 6

The Titanic Bugler On board the RMS Titanic was P.W. Fletcher of Southampton. Fletcher was the ship's Bugler. He would announce meals and any events that were happening on the ship.  Fletcher, 26, was born in London. He had transferred from the Olympic, Titanic's sister ship and initially signed-on to the Titanic After arrival at Southampton on 4 April he signed on again. He was paid the same as steward but actually worked as the ship's Bugler.  His body if recovered, was never identified.

Fletcher was Titanic's Bugler. He would announce meals and any events that were happening on the ship. He was 26 and had transferred from the Olympic, Titanic's sister ship. His body if recovered, was never identified.

TimesMachine April 16, 1912 - New York Times - Titanic - PAGE 5

TimesMachine April 1912 - New York Times

Newborn baby boy Lucien P. Smith Jr in the arms of a nurse, November 1912. Smith's mother, Eloise Hughes Smith (1893 - 1940), was pregnant while a passenger returning from her honeymoon on board the White Star liner Titanic when the ship sank on 15th April 1912. Smith's husband, Lucien P. Smith, was also on board, but did not survive. Eloise later married a fellow Titanic survivor, Robert P. Daniel

Newborn baby boy Lucien P. Smith Jr in the arms of a nurse, November Smith's mother, Eloise Hughes Smith - was pregnant while a passenger returning from her honeymoon on board the White Star liner Titanic when the ship sank on April 1912

Couple on the deck of the Titanic, 12th April 1912

An unidentified couple taking an early stroll. Overhead, deckchairs are stacked against the railing of the second-class promenade. The Titanic Photographs Collection / Father Frank Browns

Saloon Steward: Thomas Whiteley, 18, from London was a steward in the first class dining saloon. According to Encyclopedia Titanica, “Whiteley was left behind after the last boats had been launched but swam over to the upturned collapsible B” consequently placing him generally in the right time-frame and location.

Phillips, the first Marconi operator aboard the Titanic, stuck to his post until…

14th April 1912: Survivors of the 'Titanic' disaster nearing the 'Carpathia', in a lifeboat. The arrow points to Joseph Bruce Ismay, chairman of the White Star Line.

*TITANIC: April Survivors of the 'Titanic' disaster nearing the 'Carpathia', in a lifeboat. The arrow points to Joseph Bruce Ismay, chairman of the White Star Line.

Pinterest
Search