The Lusitania's Passengers and Crew, May 7,1915

The following is a compilation of data gathered from The New York Times, starting on the day after the Lusitania sank. The Lusitania left New York after 12 p.m. on Saturday, May 1, 1915. She was expected to arrive in Liverpool by Saturday, May 8. Some passengers were transferred from the Cameronia, a ship taken over by the British Government, as it was about to sail from New York on Saturday, the first of May. The last-minute transfers delayed the Lusitania’s departure by 2 ½ hours. This information about the Cameronia is contradicted by Simpson’s book, which said the passengers came over from the S.S. Queen Margaret the night before the Lusitania sailed, However, the information about the Cameronia is supported by Ballard’s book.

The New York Times, Saturday, 8 May 1915, page 4.

Article entitled “Complete List of Passengers on Lost Lusitania and of The Known Members of Her Crew”. The total number of persons on board was 1,918, of whom 1,253 were passengers and 665 were members of the crew, according to the headlines of the article on page 4. However, the descriptive paragraph before the list of officers and crew said, “Of the 630 members of the crew of the Lusitania eighty-three were assigned to the deck, these including the captain and his staff, 307 were in the engineering force, and 240 were in the stewards’ department.” (Through all that I have read about the Lusitania’s stats for lives lost or saved, the numbers rarely agree from article to article. Perhaps the true figures from that tragedy will never be known. It is possible that someone’s name may have slipped through the cracks. A few did cancel at the last minute and yet their names appear on the list of passengers as though they had in fact sailed. All it takes is an error of one to make the stats inaccurate.) Data specific to some of the more prominent passengers is scattered throughout the first five or six pages of each edition of the newspaper.

The New York Times, Sunday, 9 May 1915

The Sunday’s paper contained a list of survivors among the passengers and crew, which has proved to be incomplete and in places, incorrect. Throughout the first 5-6 pages of the paper are articles about the Lusitania and its passengers, especially those who were prominent or from a larger city. These articles are quoted herein. Page 6 of the Sunday paper contained a list of the missing and probable dead. This list of the lost specified only first and second cabin. Steerage and crew not included. Some people ended up on both lists, living and dead!

The New York Times, Monday, 10 May 1915

Page 1 carried a list of

23 identified American dead
81 survivors
102 American cabin passengers lost (bodies cannot be located)
The list of 102 lost bodies included only First Class and Second Cabin passengers. Third class not included. Crew not included. Page 5 has a revised list of survivors. (Did you notice these numbers add up to 206?)

The New York Times, Tuesday, 11 May 1915

A list on page 2 gives the condition of the injured treated at a hospital in Queenstown. Sixteen members of the crew were buried in a common grave with the unknown dead. The presence of so many children on the Lusitania was due to the fact that Canadian women were going to England to join relatives while their military husbands were fighting at the front. Ninety-two of the dead were buried in a cemetery two miles outside of Queenstown, May 10, 1915. Services were held in both Catholic and Protestant Churches. Photographers had taken pictures of the unidentified dead in the morgue. Many children and little babies were still in the morgues awaiting burial in a mass grave. Page 5 showed a list of survivors as well as the identified American dead:

86 American survivors
26 American identified dead
76 Americans still missing
(Now the numbers add up to 188 total Americans on board!)

The Lusitania carried life boats and rafts sufficient to accommodate 2,605 persons. These included 22 life boats which carried 68 persons each; 20 Chambers collapsible boats carrying 54 each; 12 McLean-Chambers collapsible boats with a capacity of 49 each; 2 Henderson collapsible boats, carrying 43 each, and 14 life rafts, with capacities varying from 20 to 40 each. There were also nearly 3,000 life preservers on board. “The life-saving apparatus is examined before every voyage in Liverpool by the Board of Trade officials when the boats are lowered into the water and the life jackets placed on deck for inspection.”

A memorial service was held in the New York City Cathedral of St. John the Divine, on Sunday, May 23, at 11 A. M., with an address by Dean Grosvenor.

“Seven Days to Disaster: The Sinking of the Lusitania”
by Des Hickey and Gus Smith
G. P. Putnam’s Sons
200 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10016
ISBN 0-399-12699-6
1981

Out of print but old copies can be found at the Barnes and Noble website Page 281:154 bodies were buried in 3 graves in the Old Church Cemetery two miles out of Queenstown. “By Cunard’s reckoning that Monday afternoon 1,150 passengers and crew were dead and 767 had been saved.” (Total: 1,917 souls) Page 317: “The official analysis of missing and survivors issued by the Cunard Steamship Company in 1 March 1916, listed 1,195 missing (178 first class, 374 second and 239 third and 404 crew members) and 764 survivors (113 first class, 227 second and 134 third, and 290 crew members).” (Total: 1,959 souls)

The Cove was given the name Queenstown in 1849 in honor of a visit by Queen Victoria. It was changed to Cobh in 1922 at the formation of the Republic of Ireland. Cobh is pronounced “cove”.

The Mayor of New York City established a relief fund for Lusitania victims. Frank A. Vanderlip was the Treasurer of the committee. By Thursday, May 27, 1915, $14,664.50 had been pledged.

“The Lusitania”
by Colin Simpson
Little, Brown and Company-Boston
Copyright 1972
ISBN=0-316-79178-4
Simpson and Hickey/Smith seem to have used the same sources with Simpson giving a better view of the political situation before the ship sails. Page 110: 70 passengers and 200 tons of cargo were transferred over to the Lusitania from the S. S. Queen Margaret. The 70 passengers were 67 men, 2 women, one with a baby. They were accommodated on E deck. It appears none of them survived. [No mention here of the Cameronia as had been described in the newspapers.] The transfer was completed by 9 P.M., Friday, April 30. This information about the Queen Margaret is not mentioned elsewhere.

“Exploring the Lusitania”
by Robert D. Ballard with Spencer Densmore
Warner Books, Inc.- New York
Copyright 1995
ISBN=0-446-51851-4
No mention of the Queen Margaret in this book but he does describe the Cameronia transfer. On page 10, the wreck is described as being 11.2 miles south of the Old Head of Kinsale in 295 feet of water, where 1,195 passengers and crew died. Per page 13, Of 1,959 passengers and crew only 764 survived. Of those 123 were Americans. Per page 24, the last crossing was the 202nd crossing for the Lusitania. 123 was called an “unusually large number of American citizens.” Per page 37, 291 first-class passengers with a 552 capacity; 601 second-cabin passengers with facilities designed for 460; 373 steerage passengers in a space intended for 1,186. Per page 45, the cost of a Regal Suite was $4,000, one way. A Regal Suite consisted of 2 bedrooms, a parlor, a bathroom, plus dining room and pantry for private dining.

See also, the Irish Titanic Historical Society

Two other sources searched were microfilms from the LDS Family History Center: microfilm #1656877, Liverpool Worthies, volume 9-17, 1910-1921 and microfilm #1656874, Newspaper cuttings, Liverpool obituary notices, 1909-1916. In the first of these two, there was no mention of the Lusitania from May, 1915 to May, 1916. The second film was, regrettably, extremely difficult to read. The newspaper clippings were very blurry and only small places were legible. The Lusitania was mentioned in a few articles but the details could not be deciphered. This microfilm contained clips from The Liverpool Echo, Evening Express, Journal of Commerce, Post and Mercury. Page 84 of the scrapbook of obits contained an article entitled “Lusitania Victims”. This was in the May 15, 1915,, Liverpool Post and Mercury. Also on this page, was reference to the funeral of Captain Anderson and Mr. J. McCubbin.. Pages 92 and 108 also referred to the Lusitania. An ink stamp on page 95 of the latter microfilm read “Liverpool Public Library”. Perhaps someone reading this will have access to this book in the Liverpool Library and will help to clarify the references.

One other source was Who's Who in America, 1897-1942

The list of interments in Old Church cemetery, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland , which was sent to me by Janet Dare has been included here. Thank you, Janet. I did not include the numerous "unidentified" that appeared on the list. "Church records indicate a total of 169 Lusitania victims currently interred at the Old Church Cemetery, Cobh, Ireland. Data courtesy Luke Cassidy and Geoff Whitfield. Database by NJRay."

Another source: :Roll of Merchant Navy Personnel lost in the Sinking of the Cunard Passenger Vessel Lusitania on 7th May 1915, off the Old Head of Kinsale, SW Ireland. The person who sent it is W.D.Roberts, whose e-mail address I can no longer locate via AOL. So, if Roberts, you see this, please send another e=mail so I can thank you and include your e-mail address if you like so others can contact you if so desired. Thank you anyway for sending the information. Some of the names I already knew from the newspaper articles. The Roll includes only those lost, not the survivors, so there are still more names out there to obtain, I am sure. Does anyone have a list of crew survivors they would like to see included here?

One last note: The information given here is by no means all that I found or all that is mentioned in the sources listed. Time and again, I had to remind myself that the goal here was not to retell history but point out information that would be of use to a family historian and a person looking to make connections from his/her family to those on board the ship the day it went down. Anecdotes that would not further the goal of genealogy have been omitted. Well, okay, there are a few!

A
ABAS, Mrs. B.
ABAS, Miss Beatrice
ABAS, Miss Isabel
Boston, Massachusetts. Passengers: second cabin. Names were given on the Saturday, May 8, list of passengers. Were also on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
ABERCROMBIE, R. F.

Cincinnati, Ohio. Passenger: second cabin. Name given on the Saturday, May 8, list of passengers and in an article about passengers from Cincinnati, Ohio. He was described as a 21-year-old Scotsman who had been working in Ohio for the B and O, S. O. Railroad but two weeks prior to sailing, he had quit his job and was on his way back to England to join the Army. Per the list of interments, he was Body # 23, body removed.

ABRAMOWITZ, Sam
ACKROYD, Mrs. Hannah
ACKROYD, Master Frederick
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. Both were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
ADAM, Allan H.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Saved.
ADAMS, Mrs. A.E.
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
ADAMS, Arthur Henry
ADAMS, William McMillan
Boston, Massachusetts. Passengers: first class. The father, Arthur Henry was killed when a mast fell on him, pushing him into the ocean, the same mast hit his son, William, and injured Lady Allan. William survived. William was home on leave from the British Army. (Hickey/ Smith, pages 97, 173, 186, 209+.)
ADAMS, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Boston, Massachusetts. Passengers: first class. Per the Tuesday, May 11, survivors list, they both survived. Henry’s father lived in Boston, Henry was an Englishman with an address in Regent’s Park, London. His wife was an American.
ADAMS, Mrs. Jane
Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of survivors but was not on Saturday’s passenger list.)
ADAMS, Miss Joan M.
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
ADAMS, William
Crew: trimmer
AGNES, Thomas W.
Passenger: steerage
AISTON, Joseph
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
AITKEN, James (father of Crissie and Jarvie)
AITKEN, Miss Crissie (16 years old, the only one to survive)
AITKEN, Jarvie
AITKEN, Jarvis, Jr. (infant son)

Chicago, Illinois. Passengers: second cabin. They all transferred from the Cameronia. James, Sr.’s body was recovered and identified by Wednesday, May 12. James, Sr., was born in Scotland and was on his way to see a heart specialist in Edinburgh, Scotland. This family is referred to on pages 27+, 59, and 78, 87, 90, 104. Per the list of interments, Mr. James Aitken was Body #14, Common Grave C.

AJUNNER, N.
Passenger: steerage.
ALEXAN, Babajan
ALLAN, Lady
ALLAN, Gwen (her daughter)
ALLAN, Anna (her daughter)
Two maids. Montreal, Canada. Passengers: first class. Lady Allan survived. Her daughters both died, no mention is made of the two maids, their names or their fate. Gwen’s body was recovered by May 16. Anna’s was not. Lady Allan was the wife of Sir Montagu Allan, one of the managing owners of the Allan line of steamships. Lady Allan’s collarbone was broken by a falling mast and her back was injured while in the water. She was taken to a hospital in Dublin. Lady Allan was mentioned in the Hickey/Smith book on pages 96, 104, 122, 249, 286, 312. The maids survived, names not given in the book. The Allan couple later lost their only son in 1917 when he was flying over German lines.
ALLAN, Ashley
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd waiter, died.
ALLEN, Miss Dorothy
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: first cabin. Traveling with the Crompton family. On the Monday, May 10, list of lost Americans. She was from Oxford Pike, near Leiper Street, Frankfurt, PA.
ALLEN, John
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: second class. Transferred from Cameronia. On the Tuesday, May 11, list of non-U.S. survivors with no point of origin given.
ALLEN, Norman Frederick
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd waiter, died.
ALLES, N.N.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Alles was an auditor for the Hotel St. Regis Company. He was an Englishman with an estate in England. He was on his way home to see his dying mother.
ALMOND, John
Per the Roll:, crew, 1st waiter, died.
AMERY, Mrs. Phoebe
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
AMEXAROF, B. D.
Passenger: steerage.
AMORTIN, Mrs. P
Passenger.
ANDERSDOTTER, J. B.
Passenger: steerage.
ANDERSON, Mrs. Geo. A.
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Presumed dead.
ANDERSON, J. C.
Crew: Staff Captain. Drowned, body recovered. (Hickey/Smith: pages 137, 171, 204.) (Simpson: page 101+.) Per the Roll, his position on the crew was "AB". Would someone please tell me what this means? I'm not nautical, sorry.
ANDERSON, L.
Passenger: steerage.
ANDERSON, Mrs. Margaret A.

Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger. Per the list of interments, she was Body #29, age 30 years, second class, Common grave C.

ANDERSON, Mrs. R.
ANDERSON, Miss Barbara
Bridgeport, Conn. Passengers: second cabin. Both survived. Barbara was 3 years old at the time of the sinking. She was interviewed on July 15, 1998, by WTNH News Channel 8 in New Haven/Hartford, Conn. Barbara’s married name is McDermott. Interview with Barbara
ANDERSON, W. A.
Crew: Engineer or engineer’s helper.
ANDREATOS, M.
Passenger: steerage.
ANDRIZEN, A.
Passenger: steerage.
ANTELA, Alno
Passenger: steerage.
APRIN, Joseph
Passenger: steerage.
ARMITAGE, Mrs. G. J.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Presumed dead.
ARNOT, Robert
Harrison, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. Presumed dead.
ARTER, Joseph S.
Seattle, Washington. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
ARTHUR, George

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Passenger: second cabin. Known dead, body identified. Per the list of interments, he was body #97, Common grave C.

ARTHUR, Miss Margaret
Passenger: second cabin.
ASHCROFT, Gordon
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
ASHE, John
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
ASHMAN, Henry C.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
AYALA, Julian de
Cuban Consul General at Liverpool. Passenger: first class. Survived. He was from Cuba.
B
BABA, Abraham
BABA, Frank
BABA, George
BABA, Johan Jacob
Chicago, Illinois. Passengers: steerage. Frank and Johan are known to have survived. See entry for Thomas Stevens, who was traveling with them.
BABKA, Matthew
Passenger: steerage. Survived. His point of origin was not given.
BABICYUK, S.
Passenger: steerage. Point of origin not given.
BACON, Robert
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger. Named in article about people from Philadelphia but was not named on the Saturday, May 8 passenger list. Transferred from the Cameronia.
BAILEY, Frederick R.
Passenger: traveled with the Veals couple; he was the wife’s brother. Neither he nor the Veals were mentioned on any passenger list published in the New York Times. Frederick Bailey was not on any survivors list.
BAILEY, W.G.
BAILEY, Mrs. W.G.
BAILEY, Miss L.
Passengers: second cabin. All 3 Bailey’s named here were on the Sunday, May 9, 1915 list of missing and probable dead.
BAIN, Duncan Campbell
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BAKER, Eva
Passenger: second cabin. Photograph on page 4 of the Saturday, May 8 paper. Her name was on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
BAKER, F. J.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BAKER, James
Passenger: first class. Survived. On one list he was described as being from England whereas an article in the Saturday, May 8 papers described him as being from Philadelphia.
BAKER, Miss M.A.,
New York. Passenger: first class. Miss A. M. Baker was on the Monday, May 10 list of lost Americans.
BALCOMBE, Fred
Crew: trimmer.
BALDWIN, H. B.
BALDWIN, Mrs.
Passenger: first cabin. Both on the Monday, May 10 list of lost Americans.
BALIECZ, J.
Passenger: steerage.
BALLANTINE, Margaret
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BANCROFT, William B.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10 list of missing Americans.
BANNERKE, J. P.
Passenger: steerage.
BANETT, Miss May
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BANNER, A.
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BARBER, Miss C.
Winnipeg, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9 list of missing and probable dead.
BARBOUR, Miss Bessie
Victoria, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. Survived; treated at Queenstown hospital then released.
BARCLAY, George
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BARKER, Mrs. M.
BARKER, Miss W.
Trenton, New Jersey. Lived on Atlantic Avenue. Passengers: second cabin. Both survived.
BARKLEY, George T.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BARLOW, D.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BARNES, Allen
Passenger: first class. Survived; treated at Queenstown hospital and released.
BARNES, William
Crew: steward. (Hickey/Smith: page 212.)
BARNETT, Daniel
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BARNEY, John
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
BARR, Mr. and Mrs. James
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Presumed dead. Per the list of interments, Mrs. Catherine S. Barr was body #115, age 40 years, Common grave C.
BARRETT, Mary
Passenger: second cabin. Survived. There was a Miss MAY Barrett from New York on Tuesday’s list of survivors. Same person? Miss Barrett traveled with Miss MacDonald, q.v. Their rescue was reported on page 2 of the Monday, May 10 paper.
BARRETT, Daniel
Crew: trimmer
BARRIE, Edward
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BARROW, Mrs. Mary
Passenger: steerage. Body recovered and identified by Wednesday, May 11. Per the list of interments, Mrs. May Barrow was body #34, buried in Common grave C.
BARRY, D.
Crew: fireman.
BARRY, W.
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BARTLETT, E. T.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BARTLETT, Mr. And Mrs. George W. B.
London, England. Booked passage in Chicago, Illinois. Passengers: first class. Both survived. The Bartlett’s were returning to London after a visit with Mrs. Bartlett’s sister in Chicago. Her sister was Mrs. Austrian whose husband was Alfred S. Austrian, a well-known Chicago attorney with the firm Mayer, Meyer, Austrian and Platt. Mrs. Bartlett’s brother was J. A. Rothschild of Rothschild and Co. Mrs. Bartlett’s maiden name was Miss Irma Rothschild and her mother was Mrs. H. N. Rothschild of New York City.
BARTLETT, John
Passenger: second cabin. On the Tuesday, May 11 list of non-U.S. survivors. Point of origin not given.
BATES, George
Per the Roll: crew, steward's boy, died.
BATES, Lindon W., Jr.

Passenger: first cabin. On the Monday, May 10 list of lost Americans. He was an engineer. A notice was in The New York Times, Thursday, May 27, 1915, page 12, about his will being filed by his brother after letters of testament to his death were obtained by some of the survivors. Photo, The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915, no page # given.

The New York Times, Tuesday, May 11, p. 2: “Lindell T. Bates, son of Lindon W. Bates of New York, Vice Chairman of the American Commission for the Relief of Belgium, was arrested at Kinsale yesterday on a charge of espionage while searching for the body of his brother, Lindon W. Bates, Jr., who is believed to have perished on the Lusitania. Newton B. Knox, an American mining engineer, who was with Mr. Bates, was taken into custody at the same time. “The Sergeant who made the arrests accused them of being officers of a German submarine. After bring taken before a Captain they were detained at the barracks half an hour, until United States Consul Frost, at Queenstown, vouched for their innocence. Their search of the coast revealed no trace of the body of L. W. Bates, Jr.”.

BATERSBY, J.J.
Stockport. Passenger: first class. Survived.
BAXTER, William
BAXTER, Mrs. William
BAXTER, Master William
Welland, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. All 3 presumed dead.
BAXTON, Mrs. A.
Ontario, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BAUM, D.
Passenger: steerage.
BEACHWELL, G. R.
Passenger: steerage.
BEATTIE, Allen M.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BEATTIE, James
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BEATTIE, Rev. James A.
BEATTIE, Mrs. James A.
New York. Passengers: second cabin. He was confirmed dead; she survived. Reverend Beattie was a missionary of the Reformed Church and was returning to the Arcot Mission in India after a year’s leave spent in the U.S. Dr. Beattie was born in Scotland and received his education in Edinburgh. Came to the U.S. as a young man. Was a pastor of a church in Amsterdam, New York but resigned to take up missionary work. Had been an Indian missionary for twenty years. Per the listof interments, Rev. James A. Beattie was body #9, age 54 years, grave 476.
BEATTIE, Mrs. O. S.
Passenger: second cabin. The name Mrs. G. S. Beattie from Winnipeg, Canada, appeared on the Sunday, May 9 list of missing and probable dead.
BEAUCHAMP, William
Passenger: steerage. Survived; treated at Queenstown hospital for loss of fingers.
BEAUMONT, James
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Presumed dead.
BEESLEY, George William
Per the Roll: crew, Junior Assistant Purser, died.
BEGGS, John
Crew: Senior 6th Engineer, died.
BELL, William
Crew: fireman.
BENJAMIN, I.
Passenger: steerage.
BENJAMIN, Miss Queenie
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BERNARD, Clinton P.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived.
BERNARD, Oliver
London, England. Booked passage at Boston, Mass. Passenger: first class. Survived. Bernard identified the body of Charles Frohman. Bernard was a scenic artist at Covent Garden and was returning to London from a business trip to the U.S. He was hard of hearing and rejected by British Forces for service. He was among those who saw the submarine before it fired the torpedo. Bernard was mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 32+, 75, 97, 106+, 162, 167, 173, 182, 208. Mentioned in Ballard’s book on page 63.
BERTH, Mr. and Mrs.
Passengers: first class. Per Mr. Kessler, who, on page 2 of Monday’s paper, said he saw Mrs. Berth get into a lifeboat after Mr. Berth persuaded her to. Neither Mr. nor Mrs. Berth’s name appeared on any list in Saturday’s, Sunday’s, or Monday’s paper.
BEST, W. T.
Crew: trimmer.
BESTIC, Albert
Crew: Junior Third Officer. Survived. Was originally from Dublin. (Hickey/Smith, pages 50+, 81+, 98, 111+, 122+, 127, 128+, 141, 160, 177, 184, 186, 204.) Died, 1969. (Simpson, page 163+)
BEVAN, Jack
Passenger: steerage.
BIALANUS, Stefan
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BILBROUGH, A. W.
Canadian. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BILBROUGH, George W.
Smith Fall, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BILICKE, Mr. and Mrs. Albert C.
Los Angeles, California. Passenger: first class. Mrs. Bilicke survived; her husband did not.
>BINGHAM, Miss A. W.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Missing, presumed dead.
BINGLEY, Katherine
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
BINGLAY, Miss C.
Passenger: second cabin.
BIRCHALL, Henry
Roslyn, Washington. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BIRD, Mrs. Rose
England. Passenger: second cabin. Missing and presumed dead.
BIRD, May
Crew: stewardess, survived.
BIRD, Walter
Per the Roll: crew, Chief Butcher, died.
BISHOP, William
Passenger: steerage.
BISTIO, Leonidas
Atlanta, Georgia. Passenger: first class. Missing and presumed dead.
BLACK, J. J.
New York. Passenger: first class. Missing and presumed dead.
BLACK, John
Crew: fireman.
BLACKSHAW, Alice
Passenger: steerage.
BLAND, John Henry
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BLANKMAN, J.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BLYTH, W. H.
Crew: Engineer or engineer’s helper.
BLYTHYN, Robert William
Per the Roll: crew, steward, died.
BLOOMFIELD, Thomas
New York. Passenger: first class. His name was on the Monday, May 10, list of lost Americans. His home address was 24 Broad Street, New York.
BODELL, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Passenger: steerage.
BOHAN, James
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
BOLTON, Harlan K., Jr.
Lived at the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. Booked passage in Memphis, Tenn. Passenger. His father lived at 1411 North State Street, Chicago.
BOOTH, Mrs. H. and infant
Ottawa, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Mrs. Booth died but the 8-month-old baby was picked up out of the water. Mr. Booth had remained at a hotel in Ottawa. The baby was claimed by an aunt in England.
BOOTH, John
New York. Passenger: second cabin. His name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
BOOTH-JONES, E.
BOOTH-JONES, Mrs. E.
BOOTH-JONES, Miss Ailsa
Ailsa was buried in a private grave in Queenstown. Ailsa was 8 years old and Percival was 4. (Hickey/Smith, page 170, 271, 286.) Per the list of interments, Ailsa was body #213, buried with her mother in grave #487. Mrs. Millichamp L. Booth-Jones was body #189,grave #487.
BOOTH-JONES, Master Percival
New York. Passengers: second cabin. All four were on the Sunday’s, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
BORESKEVECZ, F.
Passenger: steerage.
BOSHOP, J.
Passenger: steerage.
BOSTOCK, Joseph James
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
BOTTOMLEY, Fred
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BOULTON, Harold, Jr.
Chicago, Illinois (probably where he booked passage but not from there.) Passenger: first class. Survived. Had been on vacation to the US after medical discharge from the British Army. (Hickey/Smith, pages 161, 175, 186.)
BOURKE, Miss
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
BOWEN, Edward B.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: first class. An article in Saturday’s paper, page 5, column 5, said that he did not sail. (Hickey/Smith, page 31. Bowen was a wealthy Boston shoe dealer who had a premonition that something bad would happen to the Lusitania, so he canceled his booking the morning it was to sail.)
BOWEN, F.
Crew: fireman. Survived.
BOWEN, Henry
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BOWRING, Charles W.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, 1915, page 5, column 2: “One of those that was saved when the Lusitania went down was Charles W. Bowring of Bowring and Co, owners of the Red Cross line, 17 Battery Place, whose steamers ply between New York and St. Johns, Newfoundland. His safety was made known in this cable received by his wife in her home, 160 East Seventy-Fourth Street,, at 11 A.M.,: ‘Queenstown, May 8. Torpedoed without warning, port side. Jumped overboard, starboard side. In water four hours. No ill effects. Queens Hotel.’ Mr. Bowring is President of the St. George’s Society in New York and is also in charge of the Prince of Wales Relief Fund in America. He went abroad on business.” (Hickey/Smith: pages 96, 167.) [Compiler’s note: The ship was hit on the starboard side, not the port side.]
BOYD, F. R.
Crew: bar keeper. Survived.
BOYD, Miss Margaret L.
Minneapolis, Minn. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
BOYLE, Felix
Crew: trimmer.
BOYLE, James
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BOYLE, I.
Passenger: steerage.
BOYLE, Nicholas
Passenger: steerage.
BOZENOF, Dennis
BOZENOF, Philate
Passengers: steerage. They both survived.
BRADDOCK, Sidral
Hamilton, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
BRADLEY, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
BRAITHWAITE, Miss Dorothy
Morristown, New Jersey. Passenger: first class. Survived.

One researcher named Diane submits the following from a book, quoting a letter:"Among them was Miss Dorothy Braithwaite, of Canada, coming to Ladt Drummond here in London. Both of Miss Braithwaite's sisters had been widowed on the same day, their husbands being killed in action, and when Miss Braithwaite heard of this she sailed immediately to come to her young widowed sisters. She was a beautiful girl, not more than twenty, and very frail." The letter continues and suggests that Dorothy died or was at least seen floating away. This means then that the letter and the newspaper conflict each other on two pints: was she from Canada or New Jersey?; did she live or die?

BRAMMER, Mrs. E. J.
BRAMMER, Miss E.
Trenton, New Jersey. Passengers: second cabin. Both survived. Their home address was given as 5 Charlotte Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey.
BRANDELL, Miss Josephine
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Miss Brandell was an opera singer, assisted by Bertram Jenkins to safety. (Hickey/Smith: pages 149, 160, 187, 226.)
BRANNAN, Pat
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
BRANNIGAN, T.
Crew: trimmer.
BRAWLEY, C.
Crew: trimmer.
BREDGE, Mr. And Mrs. Allan
New York. Passenger: first class.
BREEN, James
Crew: leading fireman. Died.
BRENNAN, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, greaser, died.
BRENMAN, T.
Crew: trimmer. Survived. Last name may have been spelled BRENNAN,
BRENNAN, John
Crew: trimmer.
BRETHERTON, Mrs., and two children
Los Angeles, California. Passengers: second cabin. Mrs. Bretherton survived. Mrs. Bretherton’s first name was Norah. Her son’s name was Paul. Her daughter’s name was Elizabeth and her body was recovered on Tuesday, May 11, after the mother had given up hope of the body being found and had gone to her home in England. When Elizabeth’s body was recovered she was buried in a convent in Cork. Elizabeth was the youngest. (Hickey/Smith: pages 178, 193, 215+, 227, 286.)
BRIDGE, W.
Crew: fireman. Survived.
BRILLY, Louis
Los Angeles, California. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Per The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, 1915, page 5, column 1: Brilly’s fiancée was Miss Gertrude Olgarden of 225 West 112th Street, New York City. They planned to be married June 1 after he closed a business deal in London.
BRODERICK-CLOETE, W.
Booked passage in San Antonio, Texas so he was listed as though from San Antonio but he was an Englishman returning to London from Mexico. Passenger: first class. On the Monday, May 10 list of missing Americans. He was a member of a London firm with extensive holdings in Mexico with mining properties and plantations. He had come to the U. S. the previous December.
BRODRICK, Carlton J.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: first class. Died, body recovered. Carlton was the son of Alfred H. Brodrick, President of Chadwick-Boston Lead Company, 162 Congress Street, Boston. Carlton was 28 years old, unmarried, lived with his parents and was traveling on business. Body returned to New York City, Monday, May 24, 1915 on the ocean liner New York. His name was reported in the Tuesday, May 25, 1915, The New York Times , page 15, with the middle initial of “T” instead of “J” as given elsewhere. This article mentioning him describes him as Professor Carlton T. Brodrick of Newton Centre, Mass.
BROOKS, George
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd waiter, died.
BROOKS, James H.
Bridgeport, Conn. Passenger: first class. Survived. Brooks report of the event was printed in The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 3. He was an executive with a New York chain manufacturing company. He saw the torpedo as it neared the ship. (Hickey/Smith: pages 96, 161, 182+, 189, 216, 245.)
BROSNAN, B.
Crew: trimmer.
BROWN, C.
Passenger: steerage.
BROWN, Dan T.
Los Angeles, California. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BROWN, F. C.
New York. Passenger. This name was printed in an article on page 3, The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, 1915, but did not appear on any of the passenger, survivor or missing and dead list.
BROWN, Mrs. F.G.
New York. Passenger: first class.
BROWN, H. B.
This name is mentioned first in The New York Times, Wednesday, May 26, 1915, page 4: his body is to be returned to New York City on Monday, May 31, 1915. He is from Buffalo, New York. Is this the same as William H. Brown, q.v., from Buffalo?
BROWN, J.
Crew: fireman, Survived.
BROWN, James
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BROWN, James Edward Bennett
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter, died.
BROWN, John
Per the Roll: crew, Joiner, died.
BROWN, Mrs. May
Passenger. Died; body recovered.
BROWN, Mrs. M. C.
New York. Passenger: first class. Body recovered and identified. Traveling with Mrs. Witherbee and her son, q.v. Per The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 6: “William (Guglielmo Marconi, the inventor, said yesterday that he lost a friend on the Lusitania, Mrs. M. C. Brown of New York, who had sailed for Liverpool with her daughter, Mrs. A. S. Witherbee and Mrs. Witherbee’s son 5 years old. Mrs. Witherbee had been reported saved but no word of the fate of her mother or her son has arrived here.”
BROWN, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
BROWN, William
Alaska. Passenger: steerage. Survived. Named in an article, The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, 1915, page 2.
BROWN, William H.
Buffalo, New York. Passenger: first class. Died; body recovered.
BROWNLIG, Thomas
BROWNLIG, Mrs. T.
New York. Passengers: second cabin. His name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead; she is thought to have survived. There was a Mr. and Mrs. BROWNLIE named in an article about people from Pittsburgh. Same people? If so, then New York would have been where they bought their tickets.
BRUNO, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A.
Montclair, New Jersey. Passengers: first class. Both died. His body was recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14th; hers was not. Home address: 123 Elm Street, Montclair. He was an English subject, a marine insurance agent. They had two sons: Frank of Montclair and Henry A., Jr., an advertising man on a newspaper in Greenwich, Conn. They were members of the First Baptist Church in Montclair. Per the list of interments, Mr. Henry A. Bruno was body #212, age 45 years, grave #590. Mrs. H. Bruno was body #147, age 45 years, common grave B.
BRYCE, Archibald
Crew: Chief Engineer, Body recovered at the end of June, 1915. (Hickey/Smith: pages 48, 100, 130, 142, 286)
BRYCE, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Syracuse, New York. Passengers: second class. Transferred from Cameronia. Both survived.
BUCHALL, Henry
Roslyn, Washington. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BUCHANAN, Mary
Pottstown, Penn. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9 list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments, Miss Mary Buchanan was body #3, age 30 years, Common grave A.
BULL, Mrs. J. H.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Body recovered and identified; listed as being from Hamilton, Ontario, which may mean that she bought her ticket in New York but was from Ontario. Per the list of interments, she was body #78, common grave C.
BULLEN, H.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
BULLOCK, John
Crew: trimmer.
BURDEN, Arthur Howell
Per the Roll: crew, Assistant Purser, died.
BURDIN, Anthony
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
BURDON, Mrs. A. S.
BURDON, Robert T.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Both survived.
BURGESS, Henry G.
New York. Passenger: first class. Transferred from Cameronia. Survived.
BURKE, Ernest J.
Passenger: steerage.
BURKE, James
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
BURKE, Mrs.
New York. Passenger. Not on any of the passenger lists in The New York Times. Reference to her is made in an article in The New York Times, Wednesday, May 12, page 2, that she had been a traveling companion to Miss Ella Woods Lawrence, q.v., both of whom had volunteered for service in the Serbian Red Cross.
BURLEY, Reuben
BURLEY, Mrs. Reuben and infant
BURLEY, Miss Doris F.
Hamilton, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. All three were listed on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
BURNS, John (served as BROWN)
Crew: leading fireman. Died.
BURNS, Joseph
Crew: fireman.
BURNS, Peter
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
BURNS, Timothy
Crew: fireman.
BURNSIDE, Mrs. J.S. E. and maid
BURNSIDE, Miss Ivis
New York. Passengers: first class. Mrs. Burnside survived but Miss Ivis’ name was in the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. No mention was made of the name or fate of the maid.
BURROWS, Francis
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
BUSWELL, Peter
New York. Passenger: first class. Transferred from Cameronia. Survived.
BUSVINE, W. Robert
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
BUTLER, Joseph
Crew: fireman. Died.
BUTLER, Mrs. M.
Vancouver, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the listof interments, Mrs. Margaret Butler was body #31, age 40 years, common grave C.
BUTLER, William
Passenger: steerage.
BUTTERS, Miss Margaret
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead as BUTERS.
BYINGTON, A. J.
London, England. Passenger: first class. Survived. He was a rubber merchant retuning from Brazil. His survival was detailed in The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 2.
BYRNE, Michael G.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. He saw the submarine before it fired the torpedo. Bryne’s home address was 444 Fiftieth Street, New York City. A relative in England cabled to his wife that he was safe. Byrne’s wrote a 54-page letter to his wife about the event, per an article in The New York Times, Tuesday, May 25, 1915, page 4. He was a retired merchant and ex-deputy sheriff of New York County. He was a very good swimmer. Rescued by the steamer Flying Fish. After being rescued, he went to stay with relatives in Paulstown. (Ireland?) (Hickey/Smith: pages 176, 182+, 225.)
BYRNE, Nellie M.
Passenger: steerage.
BYRNE, P.
Crew: fireman.
BYRNE, _______
Crewman: stoker. Survived. Named in an article in The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, 1915, page 2.
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CAESTICKER, C.
Crew: fireman.
CAFTLEY, Caflin
Passenger: second cabin.
CAHIGAN, Margaret
Passenger: steerage.
CAIN, Thomas
Per the list of interments, he was body #177, crew, age 54 years, fireman, common grave A.
CAIRNS, Robert W.
Passenger: first class. Survived. Paid passage to purser upon boarding therefore his name did not show up on initial passenger list published in the newspaper accounts. (Hickey/Smith: page 260.)
CALLAN, Patrick
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered. Callan’s home address was 3028 West Taylor Street. He had received a letter from his father in Ireland stating that he needed help getting his affairs in order as he was very ill. His father was a man of some wealth. Callan supplied cattle to meatpackers in Chicago. (Hickey/Smith: pages 116, 127, 160, 217)
CALLUM, A.
Passenger: steerage.
CAMERON, Mr. C.
Per the list of interments, he was body #105, male, crew, bandmaster (orchestra), grave # 580.
CAMPBELL, Alexander
Passenger. Mr. Campbell was not named on the Saturday, May 8, list of passengers nor on the Sunday, May 9 list of survivors. Knowledge of his name as a passenger comes from an article in The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, page 5: F. J. Saunders, manager of John Dewar & Sons at 50 Rank Street, spent the morning in the [Cunard] office anxiously waiting for news of Alexander Campbell, general manager of the company. Mr. Campbell was on his way home from a voyage through India and Australia. Mr. Saunders was accompanied by Miss Friend, Mr. Campbell’s sister-in-law, who lives at the Studio Club. On his journey through India, Mr. Campbell contracted jungle fever, and this followed by a mild attack of typhoid in China. “He was not very robust physically and could not swim, so I am very much afraid that his chances of being alive are very slim.” [quoting Mr. Saunders.] Mr. Campbell had several friends among the passengers on the Lusitania.
CAMPBELL, Miss Anna Mena
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
CAMPBELL, Charles
Crew: trimmer. Died.
CAMPBELL, Miss F.
Calgary, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CAMPBELL, K.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CAMPBELL, Patrick
Crew: fireman. Died.
CAMPBELL, Miss T. S.
Passenger: second cabin.
CAMPBELL, William
CAMPBELL, Mrs. W.
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
CAMPBELL-JOHNSTON, Conway S. and his wife
CAMPBELL-JOHNSTON, Alexander
London, England. Passengers: first cabin. These names were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead but were not on the Saturday, May 8, passenger list.
CANDLISH, Arthur
CANDLISH, Mrs. Arthur
Boston, Mass. Passengers: second cabin. Mrs. Candlish (Ellen) survived. Mr. Candlish was on the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans.
CANNON, Owen
American. Passenger. Survived.
CANNON, Robert Henry
Crew: Inspector. Died. This name does not appear on any list in The New York Times but is mentioned in an article Monday, May 10, 1915, page 6, as follows: “Edward Cronican of 1,404 Amsterdam Avenue [sought] news of his adopted father, an uncle by marriage, Inspector Robert Henry Cannon, 50 years old, who is in the service of the British Government and whose duty was to search transatlantic travelers in efforts to safeguard the liners. The Inspector was six feet four inches in height and a powerful swimmer and consequently may have made shore.”
CARANTSOS, G.
Passenger: steerage.
CAREON, Miss H.
Passenger: second cabin.
CARLTON, John R.
Crew: trimmer.
CARNEY, Peter
Crew: fireman.
CARRIBINE, B.
Crew: fireman.
CARRIGAN, Mrs. Margaret
Passenger: steerage. Survived. (Per the list of interments, Miss Margaret Canigan was body #74, age 28 years, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave A. Same person?)
CARROLD, T.
Crew: fireman, Survived.
CARROLL, P.
Crew: fireman.
CARTWRIGHT, Harry
Per the Roll: Crew: 2nd Class Cabin Bed Std. Died.
CASEY, James
Crew:fireman. Survived.
CASEY, Martin
Per the Roll: crew: 2nd Class Cabin Bed Std. Died.
CASEY, Patrick
Crew: fireman. Per the list of interments, Patrick Casey was body #39, age 48 years, Common grave C.
CASHMAN, J.
Crew: fireman.
CASSELS, Nora
Per the Roll: Crew. Stewardess. Died.
CASSIDY, Bernard
Crew: fireman. Died.
CASTELLO, Thomas
Crew: trimmer.
CATHERWOOD, Mr. and Mrs. John
West Chester, Pennsylvania. Passenger: second cabin. Transferred from the Cameronia. Both are on the Monday, May 10, list of American missing.
CATON, G. T.
Passenger: steerage.
CATTEUR, Mrs. E.
Passenger: steerage.
CATTLEY, Colin
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. This name was not on the Saturday, May 8, list of passengers but was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CAUGHEY, R
Crew: fireman.
CAVANAUGH, John
Crew: trimmer.
CAVANAUGH, R.
Crew: fireman.
CAY, J. M.
Crew: trimmer.
CHABOT, D.L.
London. Passenger: first class. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead as being from Montreal, Canada.
CHADWICK, J.
Crew: trimmer.
CHALMERS, Mrs.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CHAMBERLAIN, Richard
Per the Roll: crew, Watch. Died.
CHAMBERS, Mrs. B.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. This name was not on the Saturday, May 8, list of passengers but was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CHAMBERS, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Note: Per the list of interments, Mrs. Ethel Paul Chambers was body #165, female, age 30 years, 2nd class passenger, common grave B. Which of these two Mrs. Chambers above was she?

CHANIS, Aziz
Passenger: steerage.
CHANTRY, H.
Nelson, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CHANTRY, Mrs. Guy, and infant
Nelson, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. These names were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CHAPMAN, Mrs. W.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived; released from hospital on or about Tuesday the 11th.
CHARKOWSKI, P.
Passenger: steerage.
CHARLES, Miss E.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CHARLES, J.H., and daughter, Miss Dora
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Passengers: first class. Both survived.
CHATT, Miss Anna
New York. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CHESLEE, M.
Crew: fireman
CHESTER< Michael
Per the Roll: crew, Fireman. Died.
CHIBERDAT, H.
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
CHIRGWIST, Mrs. F., and infant
Passenger: second cabin. They were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead as Mrs. F. CHIRGWIN and infant from Havana, Cuba. Per the list of interments, Mrs. F. Maud Chirgwin was body #88, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave C.
CHOEN, Joseph
Crew: fireman.
CHRISTIAN, Henry
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd baker. Died.
CHUCJSUK, F.
Passenger: steerage.
CHVANINK, E.
Passenger: steerage.
CLANCY, Joseph
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
CLARK, A. P.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
CLARK, The Rev. Cowley
London, England. Passenger: first class. Survived.
CLARK, Robert
Crew: bell boy. Survived.
CLARKE, Mrs. Frank
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CLAY, Miss E.A.
San Francisco, California. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CLAYTON, Mr. and Mrs. William
Vancouver, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. These names were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CLEGG, Arthur
Per the Roll: crew, 1st Class Cabin Bed Std.
CLIFT, Horace
Passenger: steerage.
CLINTON, G.
Crew: seaman, Survived.
CLOULES, Gontes
Per the Roll: crew, firman, Died.
COADY, James
Crew: fireman. Per the list of interments, James Coady was body #153, crew, age 53 years, fireman, Common grave A.
COBORNE, Mrs. A. S.
New York. Passenger: first class. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of survivors.
COCKBURN, Andrew
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
COCKBURN, Guy R.
Pasadena, California. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
COHEN, M.
New York. Passenger: first class.
COLBERT, William
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Body recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14th. Colbert’s home address was 4 West 18th Street, New York. Per The New York Times, Friday, June 4, 1915,page 11: (death notice) “…husband of the late Helena Colbert. Funeral to be at his residence 361 West 18th Street, Saturday, June 5 at 9:45 A.M., St. Francis Xavier’s Church, West 16th Street. Interment Calvery.”
COLBERT, Mrs. Helena
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Presumed dead. Body missing.
COLE, William Henry
Crew: Third Engineer. (Hickey/Smith: page 196) Died.
COLEBROOK, H.G.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived
COLEMAN, Miss Susan
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
COLLINS, James Lord
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
COLLINS, Patrick
Crew: fireman. Died.
COLLIS, Edwin M.
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
COLWELL, W.
Crew: trimmer.
COMISKY, M.
Crew: trimmer.
COMPTON, Hugh
Passenger. Died, body recovered. Hugh Compton was 17 years old and the son of the president of the Booth Line.
CONDON, Mrs. Delia
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Body recovered by a tug on the night of Monday, May 10, twenty miles away from where the ship sank. Her husband’s name was Terence and was not with her on the voyage.
CONLON, Bernard
Crew: trimmer. Survived.
CONNALLY, M.
Passenger: steerage.
CONNAUGHTON, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd cook. Died.
CONNELLY, Owen
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
CONNER, Miss Dorothy
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith, pages 160 and 206. She was sister-in-law to Howard Fisher, q.v. She is mentioned in Ballard’s book, page 60.
CONNER, Peter
Crew: fireman.
CONNOLLY, Francis
Crew: fireman.
CONWAY, Richard
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter. Died.
COOK, W. G.
Passenger: steerage.
COONEY, Michael
Crew: fireman. Died. Twenty-year-old son.
COONEY, Michael
Crew: fireman, 40-year-old-father. Died.
COOPER, Nellie E.
Passenger: steerage.
COPPING, Mr. and Mrs. George R.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. His body was recovered and identified; hers was not. Per The New York Times, Wednesday, May 26, 1915, page 4, his body was returned to New York City on Monday, May 31, 1915, on board the Lapland.
CORBOY, Michael
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
CORRIGAN, Margaret
Passenger: steerage. Died; body recovered & identified.
COSTELLO, Miss Mary
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
COSTELLO, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
COUGHLAN, Miss Margaret
Per the list of interments, she was body #62, female, age 2.5 years, 3rd class passenger, with unknown male child, age about 2.5 years (No. 68), Common grave B.
COUKHLIN, J. J.
Passenger: steerage.
COWPER, Ernest
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. He was a Toronto newspaperman. He watched the torpedo coming toward the ship. His story is in an article in The New York Times, Sunday, May 9. His publisher, Percy Rogers was traveling in first class. Cowper saw the conning tower of the submarine before the torpedo was fired. (Hickey/Smith: pages 92, 115, 179, 182, 194)
COWAN, A.
Crew: lift attendant. Survived.
COX, Mrs. Margaret, and son Desmond, 17-months-old
Winnipeg, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Both survived. “Margaret and her baby Desmond narrowly escaped death in the Phoenix Park in Dublin in the Easter Rising of 1916. Margaret Cox died in 1978 at ninety, her husband a year later.” (Hickey/Smith: pages 76, 107, 161, 187, 193, 215+, 229, 314)
COXBOY, M.
Crew: fireman.
COYLE, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
CRADDOCK, C.
Crew: trimmer.
CRANK, John
Crew: baggage master. (Hickey/Smith: pages 122, 177) Died.
CRANSTON, George
Per the Roll: crew, watch. Died.
CRICHTON, Mrs. William C.
New York. Passenger: first class. Body recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14. Name sometimes spelled Creighton.
CRITCHLEY, David
Per the Roll: crew, 1st Class Cabin Bed Std. Died.
CROMPTON, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, and 6 children, one nurse
Philadelphia, PA. Passengers: first class. According to the newspaper, Mr. Paul Crompton was an Englishman returning home to England. He was the Vice President of Surpass Leather Company at St. Martin’s and Hartwell Lanes. A picture of Mrs. Crompton and the children appeared in The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, page 6. However, in the book, Mr. Crompton was described as a partner in the firm of Alfred Booth and Company and a director of the Booth Steamship Company. The bodies of Stephen, John and Peter were recovered later. All 6 children, their parents and nurse died. The other children were named Alberta, Romally, Catherine. Nurse was named Dorothy Dallen, q.v. (Hickey/Smith, pages 24, 104) Per the list of interments, Master John Crompton was body #192, age 6 years, grave #482; Master Peter Crompton was body #214, age 9 months, grave #482; Mr. Stephen Crompton was body #134, age 17 years, grave #482.
CROOKS, Robert W.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
CROSBIE, Miss Agnes
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: steerage. Survived. Miss Agnes Crosbie was 24 years old amd a maid in the home of the Ainslie J. Bell family of Wilmette, Illinois. She was on her way to Scotland to visit relatives. One of four young women traveling together.
CROSBY, Miss Allan
Vancouver, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments, Miss Ellen Crosby was body #133, age 36 years, Common grave C.
CROSBY, Miss Annie
Vancouver, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
CROSLEY, Cyrus
CROSLEY, Mrs. C.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
CROSS, A. B.
Passenger: first class. Survived. On the Tuesday, May 11, list of non-U.S. survivors as being from the Federated Malay States.
CROSS, Charles
Passenger: steerage.
CROSSE, Andrew
Crew: fireman.
CRUMLEY, Stephen
Crew: fireman.
CRUTCHLEY, W. H.
Passenger: steerage.
CUMMINGS, John
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
CUNNIFF, H.
Passenger: steerage.
CURRAN. Patrick
Crew: fireman. Died.
CURRAN, Sarah
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger. Named in article about people from Philadelphia but not on the Saturday, May 8, passenger list. Transferred from the Cameronia.
CURLEY, Alice
Passenger: steerage.
CUTCHISON, Stanley
CUTCHISON, Mrs. S.
CUTCHISON, Master Bernard
Hamilton, Ontario. Passengers: second cabin. Mr. Cutchison was on the Tuesday, May 11, list of non-U.S. survivors as Stanley CRITCHISON.
CZERTOWICZ, Marcin
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
D
DALE, William
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. His name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DALLEN, Dorothy
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: first class, employed by the Crompton family, q.v., as a nurse for the children. Died. 29 years old.
DALRYMPLE, David
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
DALRYMPLE, James
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
DALY, Daniel
Per the Roll: crew, foreman. Died.
DALY, H. M.
Passenger: first class. Survived; on the Tuesday, May 11, list of non-U.S. survivors. Place of origin not given.
DARANIAN, Elli.
Passenger: steerage.
DARCY, John
Crew: Steward. Survived.
DAVEY, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
DAVEY, Arthur
Vancouver, British Columbia. Passengers: second cabin. All 3 above were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DAVEY, Miss Annie.
She was not on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DAVIES, Fred
Crew: ship’s printer, Cunard Daily Bulletin. (Hickey/Smith, page 118) Died.
DAVIES, George T.
Wales, England. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead as G. F. Davies. Leader of the Welsh choir; sang bass. (Hickey/Smith, page 260)
DAVIES, John
Crew: trimmer. Died.
DAVIES, John
Crew: bosun. (Hickey/Smith, page 122)
DAVIES, John
Crew: trimmer.
DAVIES, Kenneth
Per the Roll: crew, Assistant Mess Steward. Died.
DAVIES, Robert
DAVIS, Miss Anna Passenger. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans as being from Welland, Ontario. Not on Saturday’s passenger list. Per the list of interments, Miss Annie Davis was body #32, age 52 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave C.
DAVIS, Miss Emily
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived. Was a maid; name of employer not given.
DAVIS, Frederick
Crew: trimmer. (Simpson, page 157)
DAWES, Thomas George
Per the Roll: crew, 1st Class Cabin Bed Std. Died.
DAWSON, Walter
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
DEARBERGH, Robert E.
New York. Passenger: first class. Traveled with Commander J. Foster Stackhouse, q.v. Body recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14. Dearbergh was the vice-president (retired) of Earp-Thomas Farmogerm Co. at 29 West 42nd Street, N.Y. Home address: 117 West 58th Street, N.Y.
DEARCY, John
Crew: trimmer.
De BROISSIERS, E.J.
San Francisco, Calif. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead as DEBROISSIERE.
DEIRHURST, Thomas
Fall River, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead as Thomas DEWHURST.
DELANEY, Mary
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
DELKAN, E.
Passenger: steerage.
DELVIN, Henry
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
DENYER, Ronald

Passenger: first cabin. Died saving children and women. He was the valet for Alfred Vanderbilt, q.v. (Hickey/Smith, page 223)

DePAGE, Mrs. Marie
Brussells, Belgium. Passenger: first class. Known dead. She had become entangled in floating ropes and drowned. Booked passage in New York. Her husband was Antoine DePage, who was the surgeon to King Albert and the head of the Belgian Red Cross. She was the housekeeper of her husband’s hospital in Flanders. Their son Lucien was 17 years old at the time of the sinking and in the Belgian Army. (Hickey/Smith, pages 96, 226)
DEVLIN, H.
Crew: fireman.
DEWHURST, Mrs.
Crew: stewardess. Survived.
DEWRANCE, Sydney
Per the Roll: crew, Sculleryman. Died.
DHENIN, E.
Passenger: steerage.
DHENIN, F.
Passenger: steerage.
DHENIN, Thomas
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
DIAMONDIS, Theodore
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
DICKENSON, John Faulkner
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd waiter. Died.
DIMOND, John
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
DINGBY, J. H.
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
DINGWALL, C.A.
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DITSON, Alfred
Passenger: steerage.
DIXON, Mr. and Mrs.Arthur
DIXON, Master Stan
New York, Passengers: second cabin. Arthur survived. Mrs. Arthur survived; treated at Queenstown Hospital for contused shoulders. No mention in newspapers regarding Master Stan.
DLOMONDIA, F.
Passenger: steerage.
DOCHERTY, Mrs. Mabel and infant
New York. Passengers: second cabin. Both survived. Infant was 8-months-old and his name was William. (Hickey/Smith, pages 193, 216, 232)
DODD, Miss Dorothy
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. She was a trained nurse.
DODWELL, Eleanor
Per the Roll: crew, stewardess. Died.
DOHERTY, John
Crew: fireman.
DOLPHIN, Miss Avis

St. Thomas, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. She traveled with Hilda Ellis, q.v., and Sarah Smith, q.v. Avis was 12 years old. Her family emigrated from England to Canada, c. 1905. Her father died of tuberculosis. Her mother ran a small nursing home. Avis was being sent to school in England. In 1926, she married Thomas Foley, a journalist she met at Ian Holbourne’s home in Edinburgh. Holbourne was the man on the ship who had befriended her and took care of her after the ship sank. Dolphin was mentioned in the Hickey/Smith book on pages 36, 92, 107+, 137+, 170, 187, 192, 227, 271, 314. There is a photo of her on page 35 of Ballard’s book. She is also mentioned on pages 46 and 63.

DONAHUE, Miss Sarah
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DONALD, A. D.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
DONNELLY, John
Crew: fireman. Died.
DONNALLY, Peter
Crew: fireman.
DONNERLY, P.
Crew. Survived.
DONOGHUE, Peter
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper. Died.
DOUGALL, Miss C.
Quebec, Canada. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DOUGHERTY, William
Crew: fireman.
DOWIE
Dowie was the ship’s black cat and stokers’ mascot, jumped ship the night before it left New York.
DOWLEY, David E.
Passenger: steerage.
DOYLE, Anna
Passenger: steerage.
DOYLE, John
Crew: fireman. Died.
DOYLE, Joseph
Crew: trimmer.
DOYLE, M.
Passenger: steerage.
DOYLE, Peter
Crew: fireman. Died.
DRAKE, Audley
Detroit, Michigan. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DRAKEFORD, Ed
Crew: member of the band. On the Sunday, May 9, survivors list.
DREDGE, Mr. and Mrs. Allan
New York. Passengers. Both names appeared on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DRISCOLL, Cornelius
Per the list of interments, Cornelius was body #67, male, age 20, crew, 3rd Class waiter, Common grave C.
DRISCOLL, Timothy
Passenger: steerage. Died; body recovered.
DUCKWORTH, Mrs. Elizabeth
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
DUCKWORTH, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
DUFFY, B.
Crew: trimmer
DUFFY, J.
Crew: trimmer.
DUFFY, M.
Crew: trimmer.
DUGGAN, John
Crew: trimmer. Died.
DUGUID, George
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
DUNCAN, Alex
Crew: Third Engineer. Survived.
DUNCAN, Christina Campbell
Per the Roll: crew, stewardess. Died.
DUNCAN, K. C.
Passenger: steerage.
DUNCAN, Peter Robinson
Crew: Senior 4th engineer. Died.
DUNCAN, Mrs. R.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
DUNCAN, R. H.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
DUNCAN, Robert
Passenger. Survived; treated at hospital then released after May 10.
DUNSMUIR, James
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
DUNN, E.
Crew: fireman.
DUNN, Thomas H.
Passenger: steerage.
DUNNE, Thomas
Crew: fireman. Died.
DUPLEX, Kate
Passenger: steerage.
DWYER, James
Crew: trimmer. Died.
DYER, J.
Crew: fireman. Survived.
DYER, Robert
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
DYERS, Joseph
Survived.
E
EASTWOOD, William Henry
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Class Cabin Bed Std. Died.
EDWARDS, I.
Passenger: steerage.
EDWARDS, Thomas
Crew: trimmer.
EDGAR, H.
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
EDGAR, William Henry
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd waiter. Died.
EDWARDS, Henry
Per the Roll: crew, sculleryman. Died.
EDWARDS, Joseph
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd waiter. Died.
EGANA, Vincente
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Was described on page 3 of the Monday, May 10, New York Times, as a young Spaniard who saved many women before he too went down with the ship and was in the water several hours before being rescued.
EHRHARDT, Hubert
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Tuesday, May 11, list of survivors as Herbert.
ELLAMS, William
Crew: fireman.
ELLIOTT, Mrs. A. W.
Calgary, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 8, list of missing and probable dead.
ELLIOT, Arthur Graham
Per the Roll: crew, sailor. Died.
ELLIOT, James
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
ELLIOTT, T.
Crew: fireman.
ELLIS, Edward
New York City. Passenger. Died; body recovered.
ELLIS, Miss Hilda.
St. Thomas, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 8, list of missing and probable dead. Traveled with Avis Dolphin, q.v., and Sarah Smith, q.v. Hilda was a nurse and going to England on vacation. (Hickey/Smith, pages 36, 92, 137+, 192)
ELLIS, Herbert
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Died, body recovered.
ELLIS, John
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. He was a carpenter.
ELLIS, William H.
The New York Times, Tuesday, May 25, 1915, page 15, reported this man’s body as having returned by ocean liner to New York City on Monday, May 24 but this name is not on any passenger list or list of missing or dead previously published in The New York Times.
EMOND, W.A.
Quebec. Passenger: first class. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
ENDERSON, Mrs. Anna
Per the list of interments, she was body #71, age 45 years, crew, Matron, Common grave C.
ENGLISH, M.
Crew: fireman. Survived.
ENNIS, John
Crew: greaser. Died.
ERHART, Mrs.
American. Passenger. Survived.
EVANS, David
Crew: fireman.
EVANS, Robert
Crew: trimmer. Survived.
EVANS, Tom
Crew: helmsman. (Hickey/Smith, pages 166, 191) Died.
EXELEY, Miss Ida
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
EWART, Robert J.
Brooklyn New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. He was 37 years old at the time, lived at 1851 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York. Managed a branch store of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. He was on vacation to visit his mother in Ireland.
F
FABER, Mrs.
Passenger: first class. Traveling with the Plamondon couple from Chicago. Mrs. Faber was the wife of the leading man in the “White Feather” company, then at the Princess Theatre, Chicago. She was known on the English stage as Winifred Arthur Jones, daughter of Henry Arthur Jones, playwright.
FAIRCLOUGH, Robert
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
FAIRHURST, Wilfred G.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper. Died.
FARADAY, Henry
Crew: fireman.
FARRELL, John
Crew: fireman.
FARROW, Robert
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
FAULDS, A.
Passenger. Survived. Released from hospital on Sunday, May 9.
FEARON, Peter
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper. Died.
FEELEY, Mrs. Teresa
Per the list of interments, she was body #4, female, age 34 years, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave A.
FENARR, Marco
Crew: fireman.
FENTIMAN, Miss Nellie

Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. From Roger comes the following: Nellie was 26 years old and the daughter of Frederick Arthur Fentiman (1858-1917) and Amelia Rosina ? (~1858-1915), originally of Middlesex, England. Nellie is body number 148, buried in Common grave B, Old Church Cemetery, Cobh. His details were from the Irish Titanic Historical Society and researches by Mary H. Smith.

FENTON, Colin Stanley Moorhouse
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper. Died.
FENWICK, John
Switzerland. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
FERGUSON, Master Edward
His name was not on the passenger lists. Knowledge of him comes from the list of interments at Cobh, indicating he was body #154, male (infant), age 11 months, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave B.
FERGUSON, John
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans.
FERGUSON, Mary
Passenger: steerage.
FERNANDEZ, Ed.
Crew: fireman. Survived.
FERRICK, John
Passenger: steerage.
FERRICK, Margaret
Passenger: steerage.
FERRIER, Mr.
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
FERRIER, Mrs., and infant
Pendleton, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. She was treated at hospital for exposure and shock. Released to Queens Hotel on or about Tuesday the 11th. Infant’s body recovered and identified. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Hubert Buxton Ferrier's body was not recovered, wife Sheila's body was recovered, buried in Mass C. Miss Sheila Ferrier, body #123, was female, age 1 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave C.
FIELDS, Andrew
Passenger. Survived; treated at hospital and discharged on Monday the 10th. His name appears only on the hospital list and no other. May he was a crewmember and not a passenger?
FIELDS, William
Crew: trimmer. Died.
FINCH, Mrs. Eva E.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Eva F. Finch was body #85, Common grave C.
FINNEGAN, Edward
Crew: trimmer. Died.
FISH, Mrs. S. M., and infant, and daughter Irene
Toronto, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. All three survived.
FISH, Miss Marion
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
FISHER, Dr. Howard L.
Washington, D. C. Passenger: first class. Survived. Accompanied by wife’s sister, Miss Dorothy Conner, q.v., who also survived. Dr Fisher was going to Belgium for hospital service. He helped treat the sick and wounded survivors even though he had been in the water about three hours himself before being resecued. His brother was Walter I. Fisher, of Chicago, who was once a Secretary of the Interior. Fisher is mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 151, 206, 218. Mentioned in Ballard’s book, page 60.
FISHER, R.
Crew: fireman.
FISHER, Thomas
Crew: trimmer.
FITZGERALD, John
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
FITZPATRICK, Robert
Crew: fireman.
FLAHERTY, Thomas
Passenger: steerage.
FLEMMING, Herbert
Per the Roll: crew, AB. Died.
FLYNN, John
Passenger: steerage.
FLYNN, John
Crew: fireman.
FOLEY, Arthur E.
Trenton, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered and returned to New York on Monday, May 24, 1915. Home address: 713 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey. His middle initial was also given as “R.” He had gone to Europe to represent the Home Rubber Company. Funeral services held Wednesday, May 26, 1915, at Christ Episcopal Church. He was a Mason. Survived by his widow and son Bertram, who, at the time, was a college student at the Canadian Agricultural College, and survived by two daughters.
FOLEY, Michael
Died: body recovered.
FORD, Arthur H.
Crew: Extra Chief Steward. Died.
FORD, John
Crew: fireman. Per the list of interments at Cobh, John Ford was body #55, male, age 45, crew, fireman, Common grave C.
FORMAN, Justin Miles
New York. Passenger: first class. Known dead. Forman was a writer of novels and plays and a worldwide traveler. Born November 1, 1875 in Le Roy, New York. His parents were J. M. and Mary Cole Forman. He never married. His address was 14 East 37th Street, New York City. Had a niece named Katherine Forman Barratt whose husband was the executor of Justin’s will. He was a friend to Charles Klein, q.v., and Charles Frohman, q.v. (photo, page 4 of the Saturday New York Times, May 8, 1915.) (Hickey/Smith, page 108) (Who Was Who in America, 1897-1942, page 414)
FOSS, Dr. Carl Elmer
Harlem, , Montana. Passenger: second cabin, E deck. Survived. Dr. Foss was touted in The New York Times, Tuesday, May 25, 1915, page 4, as being the first survivor to arrive back in the U.S. “with a graphic detailed account of the disaster. Dr. Foss was 28 years old, tall and slim, a graduate of the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1910. He had made a special study of surgery, gunshot wounds. He went to England to offer his services to the Red Cross Association. He came to the U.S. to personally assure his family of his safety after the sinking. He had been in the water for two hours before being picked up by the tug Indian Empire at 5:30 PM. (Hickey/Smith, pages 185, 232, 249)
FOSS, Carroll
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
FOSTER, John
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter. Died.
FOULDS, Andrew
Passenger: steerage.
FOULKES, Margaret Elizabeth
Per the Roll: crew, stewardess. Died.
FOWLES, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. F.
New York. Passenger: first class. Both known dead. Her body was recovered. He was the treasurer for Scott & Fowles Co., interior decorators. Home address: 1 West 64th Street, New York. (Hickey/Smith, page 96)
FOX, Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Trenton, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. The Foxes’ home address was 324 Cleveland Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey. He was a master mechanic and was going to work at the Woolwich arsenal in the manufacture of artillery.
FRANBURN, Joseph
FRANBURN, Francis
Passengers: steerage. Francis was a child. Both survived.
FRANKUM, J. W.
Passenger: steerage.
FRAZER, T.
Crew: trimmer.
FREELEY, Jessie
Passenger: steerage.
FREEMAN, J.
Passenger: second cabin.
FREEMAN, John
FREEMAN, Mrs. John
Falklain, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
FREEMAN, Richard R., Jr.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: first cabin. Not named on the Saturday, May 8, passenger list or the Sunday, May 9, lists of survivors and lost. Named in newspaper article about passengers from Boston. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans. He was a Harvard graduate and the son of R. R. Freeman of Woolaston, one of the most prominent Massachusetts golfers. He was on his way to Siberia to work as a mining engineer.
FREEMAN, _____
Crew: steward. His rescue was described on page 3 of the Monday, May 10 issue of The New York Times.
FRENCH, Miss C.
Passenger: second cabin.
FRENCH, Edward Stanley
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
FRENCH, Miss Grace
Garfield, Ohio. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. Survived.
FRENCH, J.
Crew: fireman.
FRIEDENSTEIN, J.
London, England. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 10, list of missing and probable dead.
FRIEDMAN, Samuel
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans. Home address: 1531 Fifty-first Street, Brooklyn. In business with his father and brother at Friedman and Co., importers, 491 Broadway, New York City. Brother’s name was Louis, of Borough Park, Brooklyn.
FRIEND, Professor Edwin W.
Farmington, Conn. Passenger: first class. Traveling with Theodate Pope, q.v. He did not survive. He was the secretary of the Society for Psychic Research, headqueartered in New York. Had been a professor at a western college but had been living on the Pope estate for the past year. “The purpose of his visit to England was to get data on certain psychic demonstrations in England.” (Hickey/Smith, page 150)
FROHMAN, Charles and valet (William Stainton, q.v.)
New York City, New York. Passenger: first class. Frohman died; body recovered and arrived back in New York Monday, May 24. He was born on June 17, 1860 in Sandusky, Ohio. Never married but had a girlfriend named Maude Adams, an older brother named Daniel and another brother named Gustave. He was crippled by arthritis and at least once was treated by the ship’s doctor for pain, especially in the knees. He used a cane for mobility but did not often leave his cabin. Started the Charles Frohman Stock Company, 1890. Was a theatrical manager and producer of plays, as was his brother, Daniel. (Daniel’s address was 145 West Seventy-ninth Street, New York.) Frohman’s body was identified in the Queenstown mortuary by Oliver O. Bernard, q.v., a scenic artist of Covent Garden. There was a photo of him in The New York Times, Saturday, May 8, 1915, page 4. Private funeral services were held at Daniel’s home, Tuesday, May 25, at 10 A.M. Public services were held at Temple Emmanu-El, at 5th Avenue and 43rd Street, officiated by Rev. Dr. Silverman. One of the honorary pallbearers was John Barrymore. Memorial services were also held, simultaneously, at other places around the country and in England. Miss Billie Burke arranged services at a synagogue in Tacoma,WA; Maude Adams arranged services at a synagogue in Los Angeles. Services were also held in San Francisco and London. (Hickey/Smith, pages 18+, 87+, 108, 125, 149, 154, 172, 222) (Who Was Who in America, 1897-1942, page 428. Frohman’s brother Daniel was born in 1851, in Sandusky, Ohio, and died December 26, 1940. There is a Frohman family in the Ancestral File but this is not the Charles Frohman of the Lusitania. It is perhaps, a related family since that family, too, was from Sandusky, Ohio.)
FROST, Mr. H. R.
Regina, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
FULTON, John N.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
FYFE, Mrs. Jeanie
Holyoke, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
G
GADD, Lott
GADSDEN, A.GALL, Mungo Crew: fireman.
GALLAGHER, George
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
GALLAGHER, Maggie
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia.
GALLAGHER, Miss M.
New York. Passenger: second cabin.
GALVAN, M.
Passenger: steerage.
GARDNER, Alfred
Crew: trimmer. Died.
GARDNER, B.
Survived.
GARDNER, James
GARDNER, Mrs. James
GARDNER, Eric
GARDNER, Master William
Toronto, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. The parents died. Erik was 16 years old and William was 11 years old. The boys both survived. The family was on its way to New Zealand.
GARDNER, William George
Per the list of interments at Cobh,he was body #20, male age 45 years, crew, 2nd Class waiter, Common grave C.
GARRY, Christ.
Cleveland, Ohio. Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans.
GARRY, Joseph
Crew: Assistant Surgeon. Died.
GARVAN, Joseph
Crew: fireman. Survived.
GASKIN, Henry
Crew: fireman.
GATLEY, John
Passenger: steerage.
GATHERWOOD, John
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia.
GAUL/GAWL, Richard
Crew: greaser. Died.
GAUNTLETT, Fred J.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Traveled with A. L. Hopkins and S. M. Knox. Mr. Gauntlett manned a lifeboat and helped save 32 people. (Hickey/Smith, pages 96, 104, 150, 187, 226)
GAUTHIER, Charles
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
GAVAN, Peter
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
GAY, J. P.
Passenger: second cabin.
GAYLOR, C.
Crew: trimmer.
GEE, R.
Crew: fireman.
GELILUS, Edie
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
GERAGHTY, M.
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
GERMAN, Samuel Henry
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
GHIBERDOT, Herbert
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
GIBBONS, M.
Passenger: steerage.
GIBSON, M. O.
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia.
GIBSON, Matthew
Passenger: first class. Died. (Same as M.O. Gibson?)
GILEENAN, Hugh
Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans as Hugh GILSENAN, from Long Island City.
GILHOOLY, Mrs. Catherine
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
GILL, Miss Cath.
Gillespie, Illinois. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Catherine Gill was body #1, age 40 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave C.
GILPIN, G. A.
London, England. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
GILROY, Charles Stuart
Crew: second cabin steward. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Charles Stuart Gilroy was body #124, male, age 22 years, 2nd Class waiter, Common grave C.
GLANCY, Joseph
Passenger: second cabin. Survived: non-U. S. point of origin not given.
GLENN, Miss Katherine S.
This name was not on the list of passengers. Knowledge of her comes from the list of interments at Cobh. She was body #70, age 38 years, 2nd Class passenger, grave #591. (Mrs. E. Dingley) The Dingley name also does not appear on the passenger lists.
GLOVER, George Alfred
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter. Died.
GONDE, G.
Passenger: steerage.
GOODALL, W.
Passenger: steerage.
GOODMAN, A.
Rochester, New York. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
GOODWIN, Rose
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
GORDON, George
Passenger: steerage. Survived; treated at hospital for injured ribs.
GORER, Edward
New York. Passenger: first class. Known dead. Gorer was of the firm Gorer of London, dealers in Chinese porcelain. Office address: 170 New Bond Street, London. New York shop’s address: 500 Fifth Avenue.
GORST, Frederick William
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter. Died.
GOULD, Richard
Crew: Senior Boiler Maker. Died.
GOWAN, G.
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
GRAB, O. F.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived.
GRAHAM, G.
Passenger: steerage.
GRANAHAN, Michael
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
GRANDIDGE, Miss E.
GRANDIDGE, Mrs. Lydia
Yonkers, New York. Passengers: second cabin. Both were named on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Eva Mary Grandidge was body #155, age 3 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave B.
GRANT, Henry
Crew: trimmer.
GRANT, Michael
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
GRANT, Mr. and Mrs., Montagu T.
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: first class. Both were on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. The Grants lived at 1412 Hyde Park Boulevard in Chicago. They were on their way to Liverpool to visit his three sisters whom he had not seen in a number of years. He was a traveling salesman for American Can Company. A body recovered as of Thursday, May 20, 1915, was presumed to be his. Per the list of interments, Mrs. Montague Tassell Grant was body #47, age 36 years, 1st Class passenger, Common grave C.
GRANT, Patrick
Crew: fireman.
GRAY, Mrs. Florence
Passenger: second cabin.
GRAY, J. P.
San Francisco, California, Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Had not been on Saturday’s list of passengers.
GRAY, R. D.
Los Angeles, Calif. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
GRAY, Mrs. Terrance
GRAY, Master Stewart
Los Angeles, California. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
GREENSHIELDS, Mr. A. J.
This name was not on the passenger lists. Knowledge of him comes from the list of interments at Cobh in which he was identified as body #217, male, 3rd class passenger Common grave B.
GREENWOOD, Master Ronald
Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans as being from Boston.
GREGORY, John Henry
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
GRIFFITHS, C. N.
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
GRIFFITHS, D.
Passenger: second cabin.
GRIFFITHS, Samuel
Crew: trimmer. Died.
GRIFFITHS, T. M.
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
GRIFFITHS, William Henry
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper. Died.
GRIGERIAN, Maylun
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
GRINSHAW, A.
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. Missing.
GRINSTED, S. Cyril
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
GRISDALE, _______
Crew: first cabin library steward. Survived.
GRIWOZUK, M.
Passenger: steerage.
GROGAN, James
Crew: trimmer.
GROSBIE, Agnes
Passenger: steerage.
GROVER, George
Passenger: steerage.
GROVES, Mr. and Mrs. S.
GROVES, Master Frederick
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. All missing. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Clara Groves was body #166, age 27 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave B.
GRUNDY, George
Crew: fireman.
GRUNSTON, Miss Mary
Passenger. Died; body recovered and identified.
GRYSZKEWICZ, Anthony
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
GUN, C.
Crew: seaman. Survived.
GUVIER, Reverend Mr.
Passenger. Survived. Not mentioned on any list but an article on page 3 of the Tuesday, May 11, The New York Times, gives his account. Guvier was of the Church of England’s Canadian Railway Mission. He saw the German submarine after the ship sank.
GUY, H. E.
Crew: fireman.
GWYER, Rev. H. L. and Mrs.
Saskatoon, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Wife’s name was Margaret. Both survived. (Hickey/Smith, pages 161, 233, 250)
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HAIGH, James H.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Missing.
HALDANE, James
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HALDANE, W. R.
Passenger: second cabin.
HALE, Miss Sadie
Crew: ship’s typist. (Hickey/Smith, page 180) Died.
HALE, R.
Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, survivors list.
HALL, Mrs. G.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HALL, H.
Crew: trimmer.
HAMELL, George James
Crew: trimmer. Died.
HAMES, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
HAMILTON, J.
New Haven, Conn. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HAMILTON, Mrs. John
New Haven, Conn. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia.
HAMMOND, Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Passenger: steerage. She survived but her husband could not be found. She was treated at hospital then sent to Golding’s Nursing Home, 18 Patrick Place, Cork; suffered from “nervous prostration”.
HAMMOND, Mr. and Mrs. Fred S.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Mrs. Hammond’s name is on the Tuesday, May 11, list of survivors.
HAMMOND, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden H.
Bernardsville, New Jersey. Passengers: first class. He survived; her body was not recovered. Her death notice was in The New York Times, Wednesday, May 26, 1915, page 13, indicating she died at sea: “Mary Picton Stevens, wife of Ogden H. Hammond.” Hammond was a secretary and director of the Standard Plunger Elevator Company of 115 Broadway, New York. Home address: 30 East 70th Street, New York. They had three children and a country home in Bernardsville. They were going on their annual summer trip abroad. An article ion The New York Times stated, “O.H. Hammond made inquiries for his wife and was told there was a Mrs. Hammond in the building. This woman, however, proved to be a steerage passenger, who had lost her husband. Mr. Hammond gave her money to buy clothes and reach her home.” (Hickey/Smith, page 96, which describes Mr. Hammond as an insurance broker from New York.)
HAMPSHIRE, Miss Elizabeth E.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HANCOCK, Thomas
Passenger: steerage.
HANDLIN, David Cowell
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Class Cabin Std. Died.
HANES, D. E.
Treated at hospital in Queenstown. Name does not appear on any list but the hospital’s.
HANES, J. A.
Saskatoon, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HANLEY, Peter
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
HANLON, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
HANNAH, Thomas
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #173, male, crew, waiter, Common grave B.
HANRATTY, B.
Crew: fireman.
HANSON, Samuel
HANSON, Mrs. S.
Pawtucket, R. I. Passengers: second cabin. Her first name may have been Mary. They both died; both bodies were recovered. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Samuel Hanson was body #44, Common grave C; Mrs. Mary Hanson was body #72, Common grave C.
HARDWICK, Charles Cheever
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Lived on Oakwood Avenue, East Orange, New York. Of Burrs and Hardwick Importers at 132 Fifth Avenue, New York. Had sailed for England on business. Had crossed the Atlantic 61 times. There is a Charles Cheever Hardwick in the Ancestral File, #1Z69-B1S. At this time, the compiler has no way to verify that it is the same person.
HARDY, Miss C.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HARDY, Miss Elsie
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HARE, Miss Bessie
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered. Per an article in The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, 1915, page 5, column 2, she had a brother named Daniel who lived at 204 West 78th Street. He inquired at the Cunard offices about her, saying that she was on her way to Tuam, County Galway, Ireland to visit their parents. Per the list of interments, Miss Bessie Hare was body #95, grave 622.
HARKINS, Alexander
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger. Named in article about people from Philly but was not on the Saturday, May 8, passenger list.
HARPER, J. H.
Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HARRIES, George Edward
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
HARRIS, Dr. Dwight C.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived.
HARRIS, Edward James
Crew: trimmer. Died.
HARRIS, John Lewis
Per the Roll: crew, Ass't. Butcher. Died.
HARRIS, R.
HARRIS, Mrs.
Montreal, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Mr. R. survived; Mrs. Harris was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HARRISON, George
Passenger: steerage.
HARRISON, H. K.
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: second cabin. He was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Harrison was 37 years old. Had booked passage at Memphis, Tenn. He was on his way to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harrison, Castletown, Isle of Man. Had been living in Chicago for 20 years. This would have been his first visit to them in 7 years. Unmarried, he lived with his brother and sister at 5826 Erie Street, Chicago, Illinois.
HARRISON, James
Bridgeport, Conn. Passenger: second cabin. Body was recovered on the night of Monday, May 10, twenty miles away from where the ship sank. It was identified by papers on the body.
HARRISON, Richard
Crew: trimmer.
HARROD, Alfred
Per the Roll: crew, Junior Asst.Purser. Died.
HARVEY, William
Passenger: steerage.
HASTINGS, Mrs. Margaret
New Rochelle, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HAWKINS, Alexander
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: steerage. His home address was 6235 Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia.
HAWKINS, F. W.
Chicago, Illinois, Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HAWLEY, Rae
Passenger: steerage.
HAYES, John Henry Laurie
Crew: 5th engineer. Died.
HAYNES, D. E.
Passenger. Survived; treated at hospital, “progressing satisfactorily” as of Tuesday the 11th. Name on hospital list and no other.
HEAP, Harry
Per the Roll: crew, Boots. Died.
HEARTY, James
Crew: fireman.
HEARTY, Hugh
Crew: trimmer.
HEFFORD, Percy
Crew: Second Officer. Died. (Hickey/Smith, pages 51, 98, 111, 127, 141, 191)
HELDEN, Robert
Passenger: steerage.
HENDERSON, Master Huntley
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Tuesday, May 9, list of American survivors.
HENDERSON, Mrs. H. R.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HENDERSON, Violet
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Not on Saturday’s passenger list unless she is Mrs. H. R. Henderson. Violet is on Tuesday’s list of American survivors.
HENDRICKSON, R. I.
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HENN, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Saskatoon, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Both were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Ernest George Henn was body #144, Common grave B; Mrs. Edith Mabel Henn was body #8, Common grave C.
HENNEASEY, ________
Crew: seaman. Survived.
HENRY, John
Passenger: steerage.
HENSHAW, Mrs. M., and infant
Saskatoon, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Mrs. Henshaw was named on the Sunday, May 9, survivors list but not the infant.
HEPPERT,________
Crew: Second Officer. On the bridge with the Captain when the torpedo struck. (Simpson, page 160)
HERBERT, Mrs. Florence
London, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HERMAN, Albert
Per the Roll: crew, AB. Died.
HERTZ, Douglas C. or K. C.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HESTON, Patrick
Crew: fireman. Died. Per the Roll, his real name was John Patrick HASTINGS.
HETHERINGTON, Walter Lewis
Crew: 3rd engineer. Died.
HEYBYRNE, James Benedict
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter. Died.
HIBBERT, L.
Crew: trimmer.
HICKSON, Kathryn
New York. Passenger: first cabin. Died. Traveled with Mrs. Caroline Hickson Kennedy, q.v. The information suggests they were sisters. Her body was recovered and identified.
HIGGINBOTTOM, Miss M.
Fall River, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HIGGINS, John
Per the Roll: crew, Sculleryman. Died.
HILL, Mr. C.T. and/or Mrs.
London, England. Newspaper accounts were confusing on this, naming Mrs, C. T. Hill only once. Other sources of information do not mention a wife or anyone else being with Mr. Hill. Passengers: first class. She was listed on Sunday’s survivor list along with DR. C.T. HILL who is not mentioned on Saturday’s passenger list. C. T. Hill was on Tuesday’s American list of survivors as being from Richmond. Charles Hill was the London director of an Anglo-American tobacco company. He saw the torpedo coming toward the ship’s starboard bow. (Hickey/Smith, pages 98, 183, 200, 212)
HILL, James
Crew: trimmer.
HILL, Mitchell
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HILL, Mrs. Robert
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HILL, William Spencer
England. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. He was the pianist for a Welsh choir. (Hickey/Smith, page 244)
HILLHOUSE, Hugh
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
HILTON, George Percival
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter. Died.
HINDS, W. J.
Crew: trimmer.
HINE, John Benjamin
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #171, age 24, crew, vegetable cook, Common grave B.
HINES, Mr. and Mrs. L. A
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Passengers. Survived.
HISHETH, Alfred W.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
HODDER, James
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
HODGES, Mr. and Mrs. William S.
HODGES, W. S., Jr. (8 years old)
HODGES, Dean (6 years old)
Philadelphia. PA. Passengers: first class. All the family died. There were photographs of Mr. Hodges and sons, Dean and William, in The New York Times, Sunday, May 8, 1915, page 3. The Monday, May 17, issue of The New York Times, page 1, said that Dean’s body had been recovered and identified. Mr. Hodges was 36 years old; his wife was 35 years old. Hodges was the representative of Baldwin Locomotives Works. He was enroute to Paris to take charge of the Baldwin office to sell locomotives to the French government and to supervise the assembling of engines sent to France in pieces. In Philadelphia, he had been the organist at Harper Memorial Presbyterian Church. His wife’s maiden name was Sarah Gressmer. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. William Sterling Hodges was body #209, Common grave B.
HOEY, James
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
HOGAN, Mrs. Jane
Passenger: steerage. Survived; had an injured ankle. Treated at hospital and released on or about Tuesday the 11th.
HOGG, Mrs. Ellen
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HOLBOURNE, Professor Ian Stoughton
Yonkers, New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Holbourne was a lecturer from Oxford University and had been in the U.S. lecturing for about a year. Had dreamed three times, prior to sailing, that the Lusitania was to be torpedoed. Holbourne had a wife and three sons in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was Laird of Foula Island, Shetland Islands. He took care of Avis Dolphin immediately after the sinking. Provided rooms for her at a Dublin hotel in Sackville Street. Wrote The Child of the Moat for her, published 1916. He died in 1933. Referred to in Hickey/Smith on pages 76, 114, 118, 129+, 138, 170, 192, 227, 271, 314. Mentioned in Ballard’s book, page 63, with photograph.
HOLDEN, James William
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter. Died.
HOLLAND, Mrs. H. L.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Her first name was Nina.
HOLT, Master William Robert G.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived. Fifteen Years old. Traveled with two friends on their way to school at Marlborough. His father was millionaire Canadian banker Sir Robert Holt, Canada’s richest man. (Hickey/Smith, pages 97, 185, 312)
HOLTON, William
Liverpool, England. Crew: bellboy. Age 16. Survived. (Hickey/Smith, pages 53, 116, 121, 153, 205, 230)
HOME, Thomas
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
HOMEWOOD, William
Toledo, Ohio. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HOOK, George
HOOK, Elsie
HOOK, Frank
Passengers: steerage. All three survived. George was father to Elsie and Frank. George was a widower in his mid-forties. The family was moving back to England. Mrs. Marsh, q.v., was the family’s housekeeper. Elsie was 12 years old and Frank was 11 years old. He was treated at Queenstown hospital for a broken left thigh. (Hickey/Smith, pages 36, 93, 126, 178, 188, 218+, 270)
HOOSBURGH, H.
Passenger: second cabin.
HOPKINS, Miss A.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Alice Hopkins, was body #187, age 33 years, Common grave B.
HOPKINS, Albert Lloyd
New York. Passenger: first class. While on board, he received a Marconigram saying that his father had died. Traveled with Gauntlett and Knox, q.v. Photo, The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915, no page number given. President of Newport News Shipbuilding Dry Dock Co. at 233 Broadway, NY. Home address: 270 Riverside Drive. Purpose of trip was to negotiate contracts for the manufacture of armor plates for battleships, a product his company had been licensed to manufacture since 1900. He was 43 years old and was educated at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy. Wife’s maiden name was Miss May Davies, from Virginia. His body was returned to New York on the American liner Philadelphia. (Hickey/Smith, pages 96, 116, 187, 312)
HOPKINS, D. T.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HOPKINS, Miss K.
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Kate Mary Hopkins was body #5, age 35 years, Common grave C.
HOPKINS, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
HORDERN, Joseph Thomas
Crew: greaser. Died.
HORIGAN, M.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
HORNCASTLE, William Alfred
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
HORRIGAN, Michael
Per the Roll: crew, greaser. Died.
HORSBURGH, Miss Martha
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HORTON, Mrs. E.
Cleveland, Ohio. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered. Per thelist of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Elizabeth Horton was body #77, Common grave C.
HOSKINS, M. Arthur
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HOUNSELL, Edgar
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
HOUGHTON, Dr. James T.
Troy, New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Was to have helped Mrs. DePage’s husband at his hospital in LaPanne, Belgium. (Hickey/Smith, page 96)
HOUGHTON, Tom Johnson
Per the Roll: crew, barkeeper. Died.
HOUSTON, Frank
Passenger: steerage.
HOWARD, William
Passenger: steerage.
HOWDLE, Mrs. Jane Ellen
Per the list of interments at Cobh, she was body #183, age 33, crew, stewardess, Common grave B.
HOWE, Thomas
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Passenger.
HOWLEG, Mrs. Rose
Passenger: steerage. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of survivors but was not on Saturday’s passengers list.
HUBBARD, Mr. Elbert and his wife Alice

East Aurora, New York. Passengers: first class. Both died. There is a photo, page 4 of the Saturday, May 8, New York Times. Elbert Hubbard was a writer and lecturer. He was born in Bloomington, Illinois, June 19, 1859, the son of Dr Silas and Frances Read Hubbard. He received an Honorary Master of Arts from Tufts College, Boston, 1899. His first wife was Bertha Crawford, married 1881. She was from a prominent Illinois family. They had four children and lived in East Aurora. They divorced about 1902. She retained custody of only two of the children. His second wife was Alice L. Smith, a schoolteacher. Married in 1903. His nickname was “The Sage of East Aurora”. His best known work was “A Message to Garcia”, 1899. He was the founder of Roycroft Press, deluxe editions of classic literature. There was a write up about their memorial service in The New York Times, Monday, May 24, 1915, page 11. (Hickey/Smith, pages 24, 92, 97, 115, 167, 178, 182) Who's Who in America, 1897-1942, page 600, gives Alice's maiden name as Moore. She was born in Wales, New York, June 7, 1861, to Welcome and Melinda Bush Moore. She, too, was a writer of 6 books.

HUBBARD, Frederick
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HUGHES, David
Crew: trimmer.
HUGHES, John Edward
Per the Roll: crew, Hospital Attendant. Died.
HUGHES, Owen
Crew: greaser. Died.
HUGHES, Thomas Owen
Per the Roll: crew, Asst Storekeeper. Died.
HUGHES, W.
Crew: fireman. Survived.
HUGHES, William
Per the Roll: crew, Asst Cook. Died.
HUGHES, William Wilson
Per the Roll: crew, Steward's Boy. Died.
HULL, Mrs.
Crew: stewardess. Survived.
HULL, Miss G.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Tuesday, May 11, list of survivors as Mrs. G. Hull.
HUME or HULME, Archie
Crew: trimmer. Died.
HUME, J.
Crew: seaman. Survived.
HUME, Miss Mary A.
Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans, from Harrison, New Jersey.
HUMPHREYS, H. G.
Los Angeles, California. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HUNEY, Robert
Crew: fireman.
HUNT, Miss Isabella
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, she was body #205, Common grave B.
HUNTER, Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Atlanta, GA. Passengers: second cabin. Transferred from Cameronia. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
HURLEY, Charles E.
Passenger: steerage.
HUSSEY, ___________
Crew: stoker. Survived.
HUSTON, Miss Nellie
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Miss Huston booked passage from Memphis, Tenn. Was the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Huston of 7225 Evans Avenue, Chicago. She had been visiting them for 11 months and was on her way home to Wallassey, England.
HUTCHINSON, George
Crew: Chief electrician. Survived. (Hickey/Smith, pages 202, 224, 259)
HUTCHINSON, Miss Pauline
Orange, New Jersey. Passenger: first class. She was the 20-year-old niece of Robert A. Franks of Llewellyn Park, West Orange, a financial agent for Andrew Carnegie. She had spent 2 months at the Franks’ home and was returning to her relatives in Cheshire, England.
HUTHER, Edwin Arthur
Per the Roll: crew, 1st Class Cabin Bed Steward. Died.
I
ICISIAN, H.
Passenger: steerage.
INNAM, John E.
Passenger: steerage.
INCH, William E.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
IRETON, Ed.
Passenger: steerage.
IRVINE, Catherine
Per the Roll: crew, Stewardess. Died.
ISHERWOOD, Fred
Passenger: steerage.
IWANIUK, E.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
J
JACKSON, Arthur
Survived.
JACKSON, Isaac
Paterson, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Not on any passengers/survivors list but was named in The New York Times, May 10, 1915, page 2.
JACKSON, J.
Survived.
JACKSON, Thornton
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
JACOB, B. J.
Passenger: steerage.
JACOBAEUS, Mr. Sigurd Anton
Knowledge of him comes from the list of interments at Cobh on which he was body #84, age 55 years, 1st Class passenger, Common grave C.
JACOBS, Libia
Passenger: steerage. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Liba Jacobs, age 55 years, Common grave C.
JACOBUS, Rev. Orr
Passenger. Not named on any of the lists but was named in an article on page 7 of the Monday, May 10, The New York Times, as “among the identified American dead.
JAMES, Oswald
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
JAMES, Violet
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Passenger: steerage. She was a trained nurse from Edmonton, traveling with others.
JEFFREY, Charles T.
Kenosha, Wisconsin. Passenger: first class. Survived. Had booked passage in Chicago. Was an automobile manufacturer at Kenosho, Wisconsin and well-known in the auto trade in New York. A friend of the Plamondons, q.v.
JENKINS, A.
Passenger: steerage.
JENKINS, F. Bertram
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger. Survived.
JENKINS, James
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
JESSOP, Robert Nelson
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Class Cabin Bed Steward. Died.
JOHNANSON, S.
Passenger: steerage.
JOHNSON, A. E.
Passenger: steerage.
JOHNSON, Herbert
Passenger: steerage.
JOHNSON, Mrs.
Died; body recovered.
JOHNSTON, Hugh
Crew: Quartermaster. Survived. Later survived a shipwreck in WWII aboard the Lancastria. (Hickey/Smith, pages 120, 127, 191, 202, 230+, 315)
JOHNSTON, William
Crew: fireman.
JOHNSTONE, James Andrew
Per the Roll: crew, Mess Steward. Died.
JOLIVET, Miss Rita
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: first class. Survived. A French actress. One year later, she married a wealthy Venetian, Count Guiseppe de Cippico. Made Hollywood films: Lest We Forget, Theodora. (Hickey/Smith, pages 149, 199, 222+, 313)
JONES, ______
Crew: Chief Steward. Saw the torpedo coming toward the bow. (Hickey/Smith, page 183)
JONES, Miss
New York. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.

Per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Margaret D. Jones was body #89, 1st Class passenger, native of Honolulu, Hawaii, Common grave A;Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones was body #30, age 43, crew, stewardess, Common grave C.

JONES, Mr.
Passenger: second cabin.
JONES, A. K.
Crew: First Officer, survived. (Hickey/Smith, pages 51, 210)
JONES, Alfred
Per the Roll: crew, Night Watch. Died.
JONES, Miss Bruce
Named in The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915. Not named on previous lists. Passenger? Crew? Maybe her last name was BOOTH-JONES, q.v.?)
JONES, Carl
Crew: fireman.
JONES, Mrs. Ellen and infant
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
JONES, Evan
Passenger: steerage.
JONES, F.
Crew: fireman.
JONES, Miss Gwendolyn
San Francisco, California. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
JONES, Gwyn Parry
Passenger: steerage. Tenor in Gwent choir from Wales. Performed for first class passengers on Thursday evening. (Hickey/Smith, pages 155, 244)
JONES, Hugh
Crew: greaser. Died.
JONES, John
Crew: fireman. Died.
JONES, I. T.
Wales. Passenger: second cabin. Body recovered and identified.
JONES, Mary Elizabeth
Per the Roll: crew, Stewardess. Died.
JONES, P. L.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered.
JONES, R.
Crew: trimmer.
JONES, Richard Ellis
Crew: 4th engineer. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Richard Ellis Jones was body #22, age 31 years, junior 4th engineer, grave #583.
JONES, T. R.
Winnipeg, Canada, Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
JONES, William
Crew: AB. Died.
JONES, William G.
England. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
JORGENSON, Karen
Per the Roll: crew, Asst. Matron. Died.
JUDSON, Fred S.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived; treated at hospital for contused legs.
JUNCSYK, Eger
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
K
KALSIARIAN, M.
Passenger: steerage.
KALTENBACH, Miss A. M.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
KAPERALIA, Nikola
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: steerage. Traveling with Thomas Stevens, q.v.
KARNEJCSYK, A.
Passenger: steerage.
KAUFMANN, Frank G.
Died; body recovered and identified.
KAVANAUGH, J.
Crew: fireman.
KAY, Mrs. James and 8-year-old son, Robert
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Robert Kay survived. Her husband , who was not with them for the voyage, was James Kay of 852 Rhinelander, the Bronx. James had a sister named Margaret. See article in The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, 1915, page 5.
KAYE, Miss Katherine
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Katherine was only 14 years old at the time but very calmly aided the stewards in loading other women and children into lifeboats then pulled an oar until the lifeboat was out of danger.
KEARNEY, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
KEARNEY, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
KEARNS, William
Crew: trimmer.
KEATING, Philip
Crew: fireman. Died.
KEEBLE, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Toronto, Canada. Passengers: first class. Both survived.
KEEGAN, John Ernest
Crew: trimmer. Died.
KEELY, Miss Annie
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
KEHOE, Denis
Crew: trimmer. Died.
KELLAWAY, Winifred
Passenger: steerage. Survived; treated for shock and bruises at Queenstown Hospital and released.
KELLEHER, Mary
Died; body recovered.
KELLETT, Francis C.
New York. Passenger: first class. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans, from Toronto. While standing with Joseph Myers, he saw the submarine before it fired the torpedo. (Hickey/Smith, page 182)
KELLY, Alfred Aloysius
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
KELLY, Annie
Passenger: steerage.
KELLY, James R.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
KELLY, John
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
KELLY, Miss Margaret S.
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans. Per the list of interments at Cobh, she was body #125, Common grave B.
KELLY, Maria
Passenger: steerage. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Marie Kelly was body #87, age 32 years, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave C.
KELLY, Sidney Crawford
Crew: Inter 5th Engineer. Died.
KELLY, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
KEMPSON, Mr.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
KENNAN, Dr. Owen
Wilmington, North Carolina. Passenger: first class. Survived. “A first-class passenger from New York.”
KENNAWAY, William
Passenger.
KENNEDY, Mrs. Caroline Hickson
New York. Passenger: first class. Body recovered and identified as of Friday, May 15, 1915. Mrs. Kennedy and her sister, Katherine Hickson, q.v., were the nieces of Robert J. Hickson of Hickson & Co., ladies’ tailors at 657 Fifth Avenue. However, a different article said these ladies were his sisters. To also provide confusion is a notice in The New York Times, Friday, June 4, 1915, page 5, stating that an oceanliner named the Cymric was scheduled to arrive with the body of Mrs. Catherine Hickson Kennedy.
KENNEDY, John James
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
KENNEDY, Miss Margaret
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
KENNEY, Miss Mary
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
KENNY, Agnes
Passenger: steerage.
KENNY, Joseph
Crew: fireman. Died.
KENRICK, Henry
Per the Roll: crew, Sculleryman. Died.
KENT, John George
Per the Roll: crew, Lounge Steward. Died.
KESER, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J.
Philadelphia, PA. Passengers: first class. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans. A photo is in The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915, first two pages of the microfilm. Her body was recovered and identified as of Saturday, May 15, 1915. He was the Vice President of the Philadelphia National Bank and was reportedly traveling on bank business.
KESKETH, A. W.
Passenger: steerage.
KESSLER, George A.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Owned a wine import company called George A. Kessler and Co., 20 Beaver Street, New York. Had a brother-in-law named Samuel Roberts in New York City. (Hickey/Smith, pages 88+, 113+, 150)
KETCHUM, Mrs. H.W.KEVORKE, A.
Passenger: steerage.
KEWLEY, Ernest Alexander
Per the list of interments at Cobh, body #206, age 38, crew, 1st Class waiter, grave #649.
KILAWEE, Miss Winifred
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger. Named in an article about people from Pittsburgh but was not named on Saturday’s passenger list.
KILKENNEY, Annie
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
KILKENNY, Delia Mc.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
KILLAWET, W.
Passenger: steerage.
KIMBALL, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
New York. Passenger: first class.
KINCH, William
Cleveland, Ohio. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
KINCH, Mrs. E.
Cleveland, Ohio. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
KING, Mrs. Frances
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered. Her body arrived in New York on the Lapland , May 31, 1915. However, per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Martha Frances King, body #7, female, 2nd Class passenger, grave #602.
KING, George
Passenger: steerage.
KING, Harry
Passenger: steerage.
KING, Michael
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
KING, Thomas B.
Rye, New York. Passenger: first class. Traveling with James Leary, a fellow woolen buyer, on a semi-annual buying trip for Brokaw Brothers at 22 Astor Place. Died; body recovered. Body returned to New York City on the ocean liner New York on Monday, May 24. Funeral services were held at Christ’s Church, Rye, New York, on Tuesday May 25, 1915, after the 10:05 AM train arrived with his body from Grand Central Station.
KINSHOTT, Davy
Crew: Assistant steward. The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 6: “Mrs. Davy Kinshott of 21 Vista Avenue, Dongan Hills, S. I., wife of an assistant steward, accompanied by her young son, stayed in the Cunard offices all day awaiting news of her husband.”
KINSHOTT, William Henry
Per the Roll: crew, waiter. Died.
KIRK, Patrick
Crew: trimmer.
KLEIN, Charles

Rowayton, Connecticutt. Passenger: first class. Died. Charles Klein, born in London, England, January 7, 1867, to Hermann and Adelaide Soman Klein, was a playwright and censor of plays for Charles Frohman, q.v. Educated at North London College. He married Lillian Gottlieb on July 10, 1888 and they had a son named Philip. Charles had a brother named Herman who was a voice coach who lived in both New York and London. His other brother was Manuel Klein, musical director for the London Hippodrome. Charles’s U.S. home was in Rowayton, Conn. His London home was at 3 Netherhall Gardens, Hampstead NW. At the time of the sinking, his son, Philip, was in the French was taking motion pictures of the fighting. Charles was a friend of Charles Frohman and Justin Miles. (photos, page 4, The New York Times, Saturday, May 8, 1915 and in The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915, no page number.) (Hickey/Smith, pages 108, 125+. Incidentally, Klein had booked passage to sail on the Titanic on her maiden voyage but had cancelled at the last minute.) Klein is described in Who's Who in America, 189701942, page 684.

KNIGHT, C. Harwood
KNIGHT, Miss Elaine H.
Baltimore, Maryland. Passenger: first class. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans. The Knights were brother and sister. He was on his way to Paris where they had an apartment to resume his study of the piano. They had been in Paris for 4 years but returned to Baltimore when the war started.
KNOX, Samuel M.
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: first class. Survived. Traveled with Gauntlett and Hopkins, q.v. He was the President of New York Shipbuilding Company, 316 Upsal Street, Germantown, PA. His wife and daughter, Jean, had stayed at home. Knox was a native of Delaware and a former State Senator from Wilmington, Delaware. Knox wrote an article for The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 3. (Hickey/Smith, pages 96, 187)
KOCZURKA, W.
Passenger: steerage.
KOMARYSHYN, Hrybery
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
KOWERTZ, S.
Passenger: steerage.
KOZLOWSKI, K.
Passenger: steerage.
KUEBELLICK, Samuel Max
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
KULICZ, Stegan
Passenger: steerage.
KYLE, Edward
Per the Roll: crew, AB. Died. Served under the last name of ROBBINS.
L
LADD, Owen
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. His name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LAFFEY, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
LAKE, William
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Class Cabin Bed Steward. Died.
LAKIN, Miss M. M.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Martha M. Lakin, body #182, Common grave B.
LAMBERT, John
Passenger: steerage.
LAMBIE, Mrs. Mary
LAMBIE, Miss Elizabeth
LAMBIE, Miss Mary
Roslyn, Washington. Passengers: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LANCASTER, Miss A.
LANCASTER, Miss D.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LANCASTER, Frank
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Francis William Lancaster was body #12, age 50 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave A.
LANCY, James
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LAND, Cann Copper
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Butcher. Died. Served as JONES.
LANE, George B.
Wales. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. A member of the Welsh choir.
LANE, Sir Hugh
England. Passenger: first class. (photograph, page 4 of the Saturday paper.) On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. (Hickey/Smith, pages 96, 126.)
LAPARGE, Reginald Maurice Duckworth
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Cook. Died. Served as BERTRAND.
LAPPHANE, Charles
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #119, age 19, crew, 3rd Class waiter, Common grave C.
LARKIN, Miss
Passenger: second cabin.
LARKIN, James
Crew: greaser. Died.
LASSETTER, Mrs. Harry Beauchamp
Sydney, Australia. Passenger: first class. Survived. (Hickey/Smith, page201)
LASSETTER, Lieutenant Frederick M.
London, England. Passenger: first class. Survived. Son of above Mrs. Lassetter. Of the King’s Own Light Infantry. This mother and son were on their way to England after a long visit with relatives in Los Angeles, California. Mrs. Lassetter’s husband was a General; before the war began, he was a Colonel in command of the Second Australian Light Horse Brigade. Per The New York Times, Tuesday, May 11, 1915, page 2: “F. M. Lassetter, an officer of a Scottish Regiment, who was wounded early in the war and had been on a voyage of three months to recover his health, was saved, together with his mother, by the saloon grand piano of the Lusitania, on which they floated for three hours. Mr. Lassetter says he came up near his mother after the boat went down, and sighted the piano, floating with its legs up. He lifted his mother on the piano, and then climbed aboard himself. They found the unique craft well above the waves and perfectly seaworthy.” The mother and son were friends to Harold Boulton, q.v. (Hickey/Smith, pages 201, 207+)
LATHAM, George Edward
Crew: 2nd. Electrician. Died.
LAUDER, E. Harris
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
LAURIAT, Charles Emelius, Jr.

Boston, Mass. Passenger: first class. Survived. Lauriat was of the Charles E. Lauriat Company, booksellers. Reported to be on an ordinary business trip. He helped rescue 30 people, according to The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 2. Was eventually paid $1000 for lost luggage. (Hickey/Smith, pages 89+, 96, 104, 114+, 143, 150, 162, 167, 180, 207, 312). Who's Who in America, 1898-1942, described his father of the same name as having been born in Boston, Mass., January 12, 1842, the son of Emelius Anselem and Martha Foster Lauriat. Charles, Sr.'s wife was Harriet F. Page, married November 13, 1867. He was the director of John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company and a Republican. Charles, Sr. died February 12, 1920.

LAWRENCE, Miss Ella Woods
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Body recovered on Tuesday, May 11. Miss Lawrence was traveling with Mrs. Burke of New York. They had both volunteered for service under the Serbian Red Cross. Per the list of interments at Cobh, she was body #145, age 50 years, grave #493.
LAWRENSON, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Paterson, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. Both were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 6: “Mrs. R. Scott of 884 East Nineteenth Street, Paterson, N.J., begged the Cunard officials for news of her brother, Edward Lawrenson, who had sailed for Lancashire after having amassed a fortune in British Columbia.”
LAWSON, Thomas
Crew: trimmer. Survived. (Hickey/Smith, page 196)
LAWTON, John
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
LEA, James
Crew: Sen 7th Engineer. Died.
LEACH, Neal John
Crew: steward. Drowned. 25 years old. Son of a judge in Jamaica. Fluent in German. (Hickey/Smith, page 67) While in New York, shared a room with a German steward named Gustav Stahl, at 20 Leroy Street, where the proprietors were German sympathizers. Leach was recommended for the job of steward by his uncle who was a provisions importer in New York and knew Staff Captain Anderson. While on board, Leach sent a letter to his mother in Jamaica that the Lusitania had several cannon on board. Knew Curt Thummel (German spy) at the boardinghouse on Leroy Street. (Simpson, page 99)
LEAROYD, Mr. and Mrs. C.A., and maid
Sydney, Australia. Passenger: first class. Mrs. Learoyd and her maid were listed on the Tuesday, May 11, list of survivors but Mr. Learoyd was not.
LEARY, James A.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived; treated at hospital for fractured ankle. 36 years old, married.. Home address was 404 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. He was a woolen buyer for Brokaw Brothers, a Manhattan clothing house. Traveling on business with Thomas B. King, q.v. (Hickey/Smith, page 170)
LEATHERS, Samuel
Crew: leading fireman. Died.
LEDENE, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, AB. Died.
LEDGER, James
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd waiter. Died.
LEDSON, John
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Baker. Died.
LEE, Miss Bridget
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. Survived,
LEE, Miss B.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead as Miss R. Lee.
LEE, Daniel
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #219, age 50 years, crew, fireman, Common grave A.
LEE, William
Crew: trimmer. Died.
LEECH, T.
Crew: Second Engineer. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, survivors list as T. LEACH
LEHMAN, Diland
LEHMAN, Isaac
LEHMAN, Martin
Liverpool, England. Passengers: first class. All three Lehmans were named on the Sunday. May 9, survivors list but none were on the Saturday, May 8, passenger list. Isaac was named on the Tuesday, May 11, survivors list as being from New York. Isaac was a New York buyer of US Government supplies. They had a brother named Henry living at 39 West Thirty-fourth Street, New York City. Contents of a letter Isaac sent to Henry was reported on page 4 of The New York Times, Tuesday, May 25, 1915. (Hickey/Smith, pages 96, 150, 189, 212+)
LEHMAN, J.
American. Passenger. Survived.
LEIGH, Eban A.
Liverpool, England. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LEIPOLD, Miss C. F. E.
Passenger: second cabin. Survived; treated at hospital and discharged on or about Tuesday the 11th. Named on the Tuesday, May 11, survivors list as Miss T. M. E. LERTOLD.)
LEITH, Robert
Crew: telegraphist. Nickname = ”Sparks”. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 177, 192, 202+, 225. Mentioned in Ballard’s book, page 79, with photograph.
LEON, Jose Ulgar
Per the Roll: crew, Cook. Died.
LETTS, Gerald A.
New York. Passenger: first class. Letts was an importer and dealer in antiques and rare art objects. Shop address: 21 East 55th Street, N.Y. Was sailing home to his wife in England. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LEVERICH, Mrs. R. T.
Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans as being from New York.
LEVERICH, Miss R. P.
Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 9, list of missing Americans.
LEVINSON, Joseph, Jr.
Liverpool, England. Passenger: first class. Survived. On the Tuesday, May 11, list of American survivors.
LEWIN, F. Guy
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived.
LEWIS, Miss Edith
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, revised list of survivors.
LEWIS, Fred
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd waiter. Died.
LEWIS, G.LEWIS, Joseph
Crew: trimmer.
LEWIS, John Idwal
Crew: Senior Third Officer. Survived. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith, pages 51, 75, 127.
LEWIS, John
LEWIS, Mrs. John
New York. Passengers: second cabin. Survived.
LEWIS, Thomas Richard
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
LEYLAND, William
Passenger: steerage.
LICHACZEW, I.
Passenger: steerage.
LIGHT, Herbert
New York. Passenger: steerage. Survived; treated at hospital and released by Monday the 10th.
LIKIVICKI, A.
Passenger: steerage.
LIMBURG, Ferdinand
Per the Roll: crew, Confectioner. Died.
LINDLEY, Harry
Passenger: steerage. Body or ashes returned to New York City as of Monday, May 31, 1915.
LINES, Alice
Passenger: first class. Maid/nurse to the Pearl family, q.v. Survived. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages, 16+, 126,151, 169, 180, 188, 226. Mentioned in Ballard’s book, page 101, with photo.
LINES, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. B.
Toronto, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. He died. She survived.
LINLOTT, R. I.
Calgary, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LINOTT, R. J.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
LINTON, Isaac
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #65, age 48 years, crew, fireman, Common grave C.
LITTLE, George
Crew: senior third engineer.
LITTLE, Mrs. Margaret and infant
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LIZAWEZINK, Aleksy
Passenger: second cabin.
LOBATO, Antonio
Crew: fireman.
LOBB, Mrs. Popham
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived.
LOCKHART, James
Passenger: steerage.
LOCKHART, H.
Crew: seaman. Survived.
LOCKHART, Peter
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
LOCKHART, R. R.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived. Married. Wife was at home in Toronto at the time.
LOCKWOOD, F.
Passenger: steerage.
LOCKWOOD, Miss Lily
This name was not on the passenger lists. Knowledge of this person comes from the list of interments at Cobh in which she was identified as body #69, female, age 7 years, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave B.
LOGAN, Master Robert
This name was not on the list of passengers. Knowledge of this person comes from the list of interments at Cobh, body #42, male, age 3 years, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave C.
LOGAN, Ruth
Passenger: steerage. Survived; treated at hospital and released.
LOGMETZ, W.
Passenger: steerage.
LOHDEN, Mrs. Rose
LOHDEN, Miss Elsie
Toronto, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Survived.
LONDON, Mrs. Della
Named in The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915 as a body recovered and identified. Not named on any previous list. Passenger? Crew?
LONEY, Mr. and Mrs. Allen D., and maid
LONEY, Miss Virginia B. (their daughter)
New York. Passengers: first class. Parents did not survive; Virginia did survive. The Loneys were on their annual visit to England France. They lived at the Hotel Gotham, 5th Avenue and 57th Street, N.Y., for the winter. Mr. Loney had driven his own automobile as an ambulance in France the previous winter. They were on their way to their English country house in Northampton. No mention of the maid’s name or fate. Virginia was 15 years old. (Hickey/Smith, page 96)
LONG, Harry
Passenger: steerage.
LONGDIN, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.

Janet Daresubmitted the following:"My GG Aunt's body (Matilda Longdin) was found and she is buried in common grave B at Co Cork. My GG Uncle (Arthur Longdin) has never been found and his body is presumed to be on the wreck of the Lusitania. My Aunt and Uncle had emigrated to Toronto, Canada several years previous and it is thought they were on their way back to the UK so that Arthur could enlist for WWI. My GG Aunt and Uncle were originally from Manchester, where both their families lived."

Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. matilda Longdin was body #157, age 30 years.
LORENSON, Greta
Passenger: first class. Maid/nurse to the Pearl family, q.v. Did not survive. Ironically enough, her brother had drowned on the Titanic. (Hickey/Smith, pages 17+, 151, 169, 180)
LOSEWICZ, F.
Passenger: steerage.
LOUGHRAN, C.
Crew: fireman.
LOUGHRAN, Peter
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
LOVETT, Miss Mary
Fall River, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
LOYND, Mr. and Mrs. David
Ottawa, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Alice Loynd, body #75, Common grave C.
LUKES, John Francis
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
LUCK, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Courtland
LUCK, Eldridge C. (son, age 7)
LUCK, Kenneth T. (son, age 10)
Worcester, Mass. Passengers: first class. He survived but wife and children died. Kenneth’s body was recovered. Mrs. Luck’s sister lived in California.
LUCKS, T.
Passenger: steerage. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Timofej Lucko was body #96, age 20 years, Common grave C.
LUKEANOWICZ, W.
Passenger: steerage.
LUKES, Francis
Passenger: steerage.
LUND, Charles H.
LUND, Mrs. Charles H.
Chicago, Illinois. Passengers: second cabin. He died; she survived. A body that was presumed to be his was identified as of May 19, 1915. They were traveling with William Mounsey,q.v., her father.
LYONS, Annie
Passenger: steerage.
LYONS, Archibald
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
LYONS, James
Crew: fireman.
Mac/Mc/M
MACDONA, Mrs. Henry D.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. First name was Amelia. She was one of the first actresses to appear under the management of Charles Frohman under the stage name of Amelia Herbert. Mrs. Macdona’s death notice was in The New York Times, June 4, 1915, page 11: Funeral services to be at St. Stephen’s Chapel, West 69th Street, between Broadway and Columbus Avenue on Friday, June 4, 10:00 A.M. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.
MacDONALD, Miss.
Passenger. Traveled with a Miss Barrett. Their rescue was described in The New York Times, Monday, May 10, page 2. No Miss MacDonald shown on any passenger/survivors lists in Saturday’s, Sunday’s, Monday’s paper.
MacFARLANE, Malcolm John
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter, died.
MacFARQUHAR, Mrs. J. A.
MacFARQUHAR, Miss Grace M.
Stratford, Conn. Passengers: second cabin. Both survived.
MacGREGOR, A. L.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MacGREGOR, Mrs. B.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MacKAY, H.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MACKWORTH, Lady Margaret
Cardiff, Wales. Passenger: first class. Survived. Daughter to David a. Thomas, q.v. She was in the water for three hours and was very ill afterwards. She was in her thirties and married to Sir Humphrey Mackworth. She was mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 23+, 151, 173, 206, 218. There is a photo of her on page 28 of Ballard’s book. She is mentioned on pages 28+, 41, 45, 60, 81+, 87, 105.
MACKY, Mr. and Mrs. J.
New York. Passengers: second cabin. Both are on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MacLENNAN, F.E.
New York. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MacMARDY, Mrs. Annia
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans as Miss Annie MacHARDY.
MADDEN, John
Crew: fireman. Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #197, age 43, Common grave A.
MADDEN, Thomas
Crew: fireman. Survived. (Hickey/Smith, page 195)
MAINMAN, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. (Both died.)
MAINMAN, John V. (Died; body recovered)
MAINMAN, A. S. (Died. Male.)
MAINMAN, Miss Molly (Survived. Age 16.)
MAINMAN, Miss Elizabeth (Survived. Age 7, a twin.)
MAINMAN, Edwin (Survived. Age 7, a twin.)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Molly and the twins survived and were taken care of by a lawyer. The family had been on its way to Chester, England, to take possession of a large estate which had been bequeathed to them. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. John V. Mainman was body #118, Common grave B.
MALFAIT, S.
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
MALICZ, Powell L.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
MALLIN, William
Crew: fireman. Died in boiler room #2. (Hickey/Smith, page 196)
MALONE, Daniel
Crew: trimmer.
MALONE, Thomas
Per the Roll: cre, AB, died.
MALONEY, T. O.
Crew: seaman. Survived.
MANBY, Miss Ada
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MANDY, Miss Alice
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
MANGAN, Andrew
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
MANNION, Martin
Troy, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Not on a previous list. (Hickey/Smith, page 229, on which he is described as “a curly-haired lad with a lame foot.”)
MANKS, G.
Passenger: steerage.
MANNING, J.
Crew: fireman.
MANNING, John
Crew: trimmer.
MARADEN, M.
Crew: fireman.
MARCHEWKA, J.
Passenger: steerage.
MARICHAL, Joseph P.
MARICHAL, Mrs. J. P.
MARICHAL, Miss W. Yvonne
MARICHAL, Master Maurice
MARICHAL, Miss Phyllis
Kingston, Ontario. Passengers: second cabin. All survived.
MARKEY, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
MARKS, Mrs. G.
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger. Mrs. Marks had been visiting her sons for a year and a half and was returning home to Bristol, England. Her sons were Gilbert and Joseph Marks, 1908 Montrose Avenue, Chicago. Her husband had returned to England in December, 1914.
MARRION, John
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
MARSH, Miss A.
Survived.
MARSH, Mrs. John
Passenger: steerage. Survived. Mrs. Marsh was the housekeeper to the Hook family, q.v. Traveling with her husband and 11-month-old son. They, too, were returning home to England.
MARSH, Thomas
Passenger: steerage. Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #80, Common grave C.
MARSHALL, Miss Fannie
New York. Passenger: steerage. Survived.
MARSHALL, James
Per the Roll: crew,1st waiter, died.
MARTIN, Albert
Crew: leading fireman. Survived. Referred to in Hickey/Smith on pages 195, 214+, 259.
MARTIN, Charles D.
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday,May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MARTIN, Mrs. Laura
American. Passenger: steerage. Survived.
MARTIN, Miss R.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
MARTIN-DAVEY, Mrs. Elizabeth
This name was not on the list of passengers. Knowledge of her comes from the list of interments at Cobh inwhich she was identified as body #35, female, age 53 years, 2nd class passenger, Common grave A.
MASON, J. H.
Passenger: steerage.
MASON, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Southam
Boston, Mass. Passengers: first class. Mrs. Mason’s body was recovered by a tug on the night of Monday, May 10, twenty miles away from where the ship sank. Her first name was Lesley. Her body was shipped to her father in Boston. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 97 and 208. Her body arrived in New York on the Lapland on May 31, 1915. The Masons were on their wedding trip having just gotten married on April 21. Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. William Lindsey of 225 Bay State Road, Boston. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Wilberforce Mason of Ipswich, England. Mentioned in Ballard’s book, page 102. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Mason was body #59, Common grave B.
MATHEWS, A.T.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
MATHEWSON, Mrs. M. E. and infant
Springfield, Mass. Passengers: second cabin. Both were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MATTHEWS, Mr. R.
MATTHEWS, Mrs. R.
Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Both died. Both transferred over from the S. S. Queen Margaret the night before the ship left New York. His body washed up on shore at Old Head of Kinsale on May 8 with papers identifying him as Lt. T[emporary]/Capt. R. Matthews of the 6th Winnipeg Rifles. His body was requested by the military and buried in Cork city, May 10th. Mrs. Matthews won the Ladies’ Potato Race on the afternoon of May 4th. Referred to in Simpson’s book, page 110+.
MATTHEWS, Thomas
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
MATURIN, Rev. Basil William
Holywell, Oxford, England. Passenger: first class. Body recovered and identified as of Saturday, May 15, 1915, based on his papers, watch and other personal items he had with him. Did not use a lifebelt. As of May 17, his body was being shipped to England. Maturin was formerly the Rector of St. Clement’s Episcopal Church but at the time of the sinking was a Roman Catholic priest. Born in Ireland, 1847. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin. Sent to Philadelphia, 1876. Became a Roman Catholic in 1897, ordained by Cardinal Vaughn in 1898. Wrote several religious works.
MAURICE, George
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
MAYCOCK, Mrs. M.
Passenger: second cabin.
MAYCOCK, Miss M.
England. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
MAYCOCK, May
Passenger. On the Tuesday, May 11, list of American survivors.
MAYCOCK, Mary
Passenger. Survived. Are any of these Maycock’s the same person? Had been working in America as a companion to the Astor family. Had brothers named Tom and Arthur in New York. Had certificate as hairdresser and beautician. From Yorkshire. After the disaster, she worked a second time for the Astors. Married her Yorkshire fiancé Arthur Wood. Permanently disabled by her experience of the sinking: had crouched on a narrow board for 4 hours. Died at age 75. (Hickey/Smith, pages 178, 314)
MAYER, H. T. and wife
Passengers: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, survivors list.
MAZWIAK, Iwan
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
McADAM, William
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
McAFEE, Thomas
Passenger: steerage.
McALEER, James
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
McALNORY, Thomas
Crew: trimmer.
McALTEER, Francis
Crew: trimmer. Died.
McALTEER, Matthew
Per the Roll: crew, Veg. Cook. Died.
McANENY, John
Passenger: steerage.
McARTHUR, William George
Per the Roll: crew, Asst. Pass Cook. Died.
McATEER, James
Crew: trimmer.
McAVOY, Henry
Passenger: second cabin.
McBEYTH, Miss
Passenger. Died; body recovered.
McBRIDE, Mrs.
Passenger: Died, body recovered. Same person as above?
McBRIDE, Peter
Crew: trimmer. Died.
McBRIGHT, Miss
Passenger. Died; body recovered and identified. Her street address was 3 East Ninth Street, New York City.
McCabe, Andrew
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
McCABE, James
Crew: fireman.
McCABE, John Alexander
Crew: trimmer. Died.
McCABE, Joseph
Crew: fireman.
McCABE, Richard
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
McCAFFERY, R.
Crew: trimmer.
McCANN, Owen
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer. Died.
McCANN, Thomas Michael
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
McCARTHY, Bartholomew
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
McCARTHY, Denis
Crew: trimmer.
McCARTHY, John
Crew: trimmer.
McCARTHY, Patrick
Crew: greaser. Survived.
McCARTHY, Patrick
Crew: fireman.
McCARTHY, T.
Crew: trimmer.
McCLAMOND, S.
Passenger: steerage.
McCLAY, Miss Bessie
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
McCLINTOCK, Miss Margaret
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
McCLEOD, WILLIAM
Per the Roll: crew, 1st Class Cabin Bed Std., died.
McCLURE, Margaret
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On the Sunday,May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
McCOLIN, Mrs. James A.
Ottawa, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
McCONKEY, Christopher Evans
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Waiter. Died.
McCONNELL, John W.
Manchester, England. Passenger: first class. Survived. McConnell had booked passage in Memphis, Tenn., but was on his way home to Manchester, England. He was the vice-president of Fine Cotton Spinners and Doublers’ Association. His wife was at the family home, Knocknolain Castle in Scotland. McConnell was 56 years old. He and his wife had no children.
McCORKINDALE, Mrs. Elizabeth and infant
McCORKINDALE, Master Duncan
Chromo, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. All were on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
McCORMAC, Margarita Christina
Per the Roll: crew, Stewardess. Died.
McCORMICK, A.
Passenger: steerage.
McCORMICK, Donald
Crew: assistant operator. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on page 225. He was a young man at the time. He walked out of the Marconi room and took a picture of the sinking liner looking towards the bow.
McCORMICK, James
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
McCORMICK, Thomas
Passenger: steerage.
McCOURT, T.
Crew: trimmer.
McCREADY, Dr. Ralph J. R.
Dublin, Ireland. Booked passage in Chicago, Illinois. Was returning home from Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
McCREADY, R. G.
Passenger: steerage.
McCUBBIN, James
Crew: purser. Per article, page 6, Monday paper, he “went down with the ship.” He had planned on retiring after this voyage and had purchased a farm at Golders Green, 20 miles from London for his retirement. Body recovered in the following weeks. (Hickey/Smith, pages 108, 113, 143, 167, 212, 286)
McCUTCHEON, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
McDERMOTT, Andrew
Survived; treated at a Queenstown hospital at least a week with a contusion on the left knee.
McDERMOTT, Eugene
Crew: fireman/trimmer. Only man to survive from boiler room #2. (Hickey/Smith, pages 196, 205) First name may have Ian. (Simpson, page 153)
McDERMOTT, J. F.
Crew: surgeon. Body recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14. Buried in a private grave in Queenstown. (Hickey/Smith, pages 125, 286) Per the list of interments at Cobh, Dr. James Farrell McDermott was body #200, age 37 years, grave #474.
McDERMOTT, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, fireman. Died.
McDEVITT, Michael
Crew: fireman
McDONALD, Mrs. Amelia
Passenger. Died; body recovered.
McDONALD, Miss Frances
Montreal. Passenger: first class.
McDONALD, James
Crew: trimmer. Died.
McDONALD, John
Per the Roll: crew, fireman,died.
McDONALD, Thomas
Crew: trimmer
McDONNELL, Miss Kitty
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
McDONOUGH, Patrick
Crew: fireman
McEVATT, Owen
Crew: fireman
McEVOY, Henry
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Not on any other list.
McEVOY, John
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
McFADDEN, Hugh
Galt, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. Survived: treated at hospital and released.
McFADDEN, John
Not a passenger. Cancelled at the last minute because of a premonition. (Hickey/Smith, millionaire stockbroker from Philadelphia)
McFARQUHAR, Miss Grace
McFARQUHAR, Mrs. Jane A.
Stratford, Conn. Passengers. Both survived. Jane was Grace’s mother. (Hickey/Smith, pages 170, 193, 217+)
McGEOUGH, Michael
Crew: fireman, died.
McGINLEY, Patrick
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
McGIRL, Patrick
Crew: trimmer.
McGLADE, George
Per the Roll: crew, AB, died.
McGOVERN, Miss M.
Passenger: second cabin. On Monday’s list of missing Americans as Miss MAZIE McGovern, from Newark, New Jersey.
McGREGOR, Agnes
Per the Roll: crew, stewardess, died.
McGUIGAN, Michael
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
McGUINESS,____________
Crew: fireman
McGUINESS, B.
Crew: seaman. Survived.
McGUINESS, James
Crew: trimmer
McHARDY, Miss A.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Not on Saturday’s passenger list.
McILROY Archibald
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.

A fellow researcher from Belfast, Northern Ireland, submitted the following: "He was born in the north of Ireland around 1860 in the small market town of Ballyclare in Co. Amtrim. He became a clerk in the Ulster bank for some years, but becoming bored with it he set up business for himself first as a coal merchant and then as a stockbroker. He becmae better known as a writer in the "kailyard' tradition of Barrie's Thrums novels, capturing the ethos of rural and particularly Presbyterian life. He published several novels, among them 'When Lint was in the Bell', and 'The Banker's Love Story'. He emigrated to Edmunton in 1912 with his wife and son, where he continued his business interests and also Christian work in the city and surrounding countryside."

McKEEVER, Margaret
Philadelphia,PA. Passenger. Named in article about people from Philly but was not on Saturday’s passenger list. Transferred from the Cameronia.
McKENA, Jane
Passenger: steerage.
McKENNA, Bernard
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
McKENNA, John
Crew: fireman. Died.
McKENZIE, Henry
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
McKENZIE, Kenneth
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #140, male, age 25, crew, waiter, Common grave C.
McKENZIE, Mrs. M. A.
New Bedford, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
McKETCHEN, Mrs. Elizabeth and infant
McKETCHEN, Master James
Gillespie, Illinois. Passengers: second cabin. All 3 are on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
McKINNON, Mrs. Robert
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
McLAUGHLIN, Patrick J.
Hartford, Conn. Passenger: steerage. Survived. He had been a waiter in a Hartford hotel. He had a wife and 4 children in Ireland and was on his way to join them.
McLEAN, Robert
Crew: plumber, Died.
McLEAN, Walter
New York. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
McLEAN, William
New York. Passenger: first class
McLELLAN, Miss Sarah
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
McLEOD, Victor
Per the Roll: crew, OS, died.
McLOUGHLIN, John
Crew: greaser, died.
McLOUGHLIN, Joseph
Per the Roll: crew, Sculleryman. Died.
McMURRAY, L. L.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
McMURTRY, Fred A.
New York. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
McNALLY, Steve
Passenger: steerage. Per the list of interments at Cobh, there was a Mr. Stephen McNulty, body #19, male, age 27 years, 3rd class passenger, Common grave C.
McPARLAND, Terence
Crew: fireman. Missing.
McPARTLIN, Myles
Passenger: second cabin. On Monday’s list of missing Americans, from New York.
McPHERSON, Niven John
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
McPOLIN, Charles
Crew: trimmer
McSTAY, John
Crew: trimmer
McSWEENEY, John
On Tuesday’s list of survivors as “unclassified”.
MEADOW, J. W.
Crew: trimmer
MEANEY, George P.
Passenger: steerage. Died; body recovered. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. George Peter Meaney was body #45, age 30 years, Common grave C.
MEDBURY, Maurice B.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. On Monday’s list of missing Americans. (Hickey/Smith, pages 185, 189.)
MELIA, John
Per the Roll: crew, greaser, died.
MENSIES, Miss I.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead as Miss ISABELLA MENZIES.
MERRIHEINA, Uno
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. The New York Times, Thursday, May 13, page 3, identified him as a representative of General Motors Export Company at 11 Broadway, New York City, and was on his way to South Africa. After saving 15 women and children, he was in the water for 3 hours then on a raft for 2 hours. Had a reputation of being a powerful swimmer, swimming 10 miles without difficulty.
MERRIMAN, J. V.
Passenger. Died; body recovered.
MEYER, Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
On Tuesday’s survivors list as “unclassified”.
MEYERS, H.H.
New York. Passenger: first class
MICHAEL, David
Pittsburgh,PA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
MICHAEL, Dewi
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. (Hickey/Smith, page 224. He was part of the Welsh choir.) (The fact that he was part of the Welsh choir suggests that he was not from Pittsburgh but just bought his ticket there.)
MICHALKOWICZ, I.
Passenger: steerage.
MIDDLEMAST, Mrs. E. L.
Regina, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. On Monday’s revised list of non-U.S. survivors as Mrs. ISABELLE Middlemast.
MIDDLETON, Alice
Passenger: steerage. Survived; treated at hospital, “out of danger; progressing favorably” as of Monday the 9th. (Hickey/Smith, page 223. It was to her that Alfred Vanderbilt gave up his own lifebelt. Alice was a nurse. After the ship had gone under, Alice dogpaddled and watched helplessly as a drowning woman gave birth in the water.)
MILFORD, Frederick J.
Hancock, Md. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. The New York Times of Monday, May 10, page 3, said: “E.J. Milford of Maryland was dragged into a lifeboat after swimming for fifty minutes.”
MILLER, Mrs. Aubrey
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Not named on Saturday’s passenger list or Sunday’s survivors list. The New York Times, Sunday, May 9, page 5, column 2: “In that stream of inquirers that passed into the [Cunard] office in the early afternoon was G. S. Lundgren of the local Weather Bureau. He was seeking some word as to the safety of his sister, Mrs, Aubrey Miller of 602 West 137th Street. She was bound for Glasgow, he said, to visit her husband’s relatives. Mr. Miller died three months ago and it had been his wish that his wife meet his relatives.”
MILLER, Captain J. B.
Passenger: first class. On Monday’s list of American missing. Not on Saturday’s list of passengers.)
MILLER, Thomas
Crew: trimmer
MILLS, Charles Veith
New York. Passenger: first class. Died. The New York Times, Saturday, May 15, 1915, page 1: “ The claim of the widow of Charles Veith Mills … was filed yesterday with the State Workmen’s Compensation Commission. It was the first claim for loss of life on the big steamship that has come in, although others are expected. Mr. Mills was employed by J. P. Locke and Potts, wholesale dealers in dry goods at 81-83 Franklin Street. He was a salesman and buyer for the firm, and was going abroad on the firm’s business. His home was at New Rochelle. He was 33 years old and left only a widow. His salary was $3,000 a year and if the claim is allowed, his widow will receive one-third of his salary as long as she remains single. If she marries again, the payments will stop. The Globe Indemnity Company carried the insurance.” The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915, page 16, death notice: “Husband of Anna Bavier Mills and fourth son of William and Sarah Veitch Mills. New Rochelle, New York.”
MILLS, John
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter, died.
MITCHEL, George
Crew: ship’s printer, Cunard Daily Bulletin. (Hickey/Smith, page 118.)
MITCHELL, A. J.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first or second cabin. Survived. The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 2: Mitchell said he was “in the storeroom of the Lusitania when the torpedo struck the ship. He ran out and assisted two children and Mrs. Ellen Hogg of New York into a boat and then got into the boat himself.”
MITCHELL, John
Crew: fireman, died.
MITCHELL, James B.
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. His home address with 5330 Glenside Avenue, Phil.
MITCHELL, James
Crew: trimmer
MITCHELL, W. D.
MITCHELL, Mrs. W.D. and infant
Newark, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. All 3 Mitchell’s were listed on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. W. D.’s body was recovered and identified. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Master Walter Dawson Mitchell was body #122, male, age 6 months, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave C.
MOFFATT, J. R.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
MOFFATT, John Herbertson Bernston Hyman
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter, died.
MOFFATT, Mr. William
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
MOLDEN, James
Crew: fireman. Died.
MOLLOY, J.
Crew: fireman
MOLLOY, Miss Margaret
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 6: “[At the Cunard offices] Michael Molloy of 4331 West Forty-seventh Street, whose sister, Miss Margaret Molloy of 4329 West Forty-seventh Street, was a passenger, was accompanied by his cousin, Miss Katherine Flanagan. On April 25 he received a cablegram announcing the serious illness of his father and Miss Molloy insisted on going to Ireland by the quickest steamship. On the Monday after she left he received a cablegram stating that the father had died.”
MOLLOY, Thomas
Crew: trimmer
MONROE, L. E.
Passenger: second cabin. On Tuesday’s list of non-U.S. survivors. Point of origin not given.
MOODIE, R. T.
Gainesville, Texas. Passenger: first class. Known dead. Moody traveled with Robert Timmis, q.v. The New York Times, Monday, May 10, 1915, page 7: “Moodie sank when the ship went under, and, although he was a good swimmer, he was not seen again. Moodie was all ready to jump when Timmis, who previously had given his belt to a woman, said, ‘There is a steerage woman here with a 6 month old baby.’ Moodie promptly stripped off his lifebelt, but it seemed both he and the woman perished.”
MOODY, Mrs. Martha (nee Hemphill)
MOODY, Miss Meta (her daughter)

San Francisco, CA., is where they had been visiting Martha's brother, John Hemphill. Passenger: second cabin. Mrs. Moody died but Meta survived. Louise says that Martha was born in Co Londonderry, North Ireland.

MOORE, D.
Crew: seaman. Survived.
MOORE, Dr. Daniel Virgil
Yankton, South Dakota. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Dr. Virgil was a surgeon. He was one of a party of American surgeons who had volunteered their services to the British War Office. He had a nephew named A. P. Miacek of Chicago. His brother named E. E. Moore was general yardmaster for the Chicago Belt Railway.
MOORE, E.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
MOORE, Edwin
Pawtucket, R. I. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
MOORE, John
Manchester, Conn. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
MOORE, Walter
New York City. Passenger: first class. Canceled at the last minute. Would have been traveling with Al Woods and playwright, Charles Klein.
MORAN, James
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
MORAN, Patrick
Crew: trimmer
MORELL, Mrs. M.S.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived; treated at Queenstown hospital for shock. Released after Tuesday the 11th. Her daughter lived in London. (Hickey/Smith, pages 96, 150, 201, 260. Her first name was Georgina. The oldest woman passenger in first class, at 76 years of age. She was a wealthy widow from Toronto. Her son and grandson were with the British forces and her daughter was a Red Cross nurse at the front.)
MORRICE, David
Crew: Junior 6th engineer. Died.
MORRIS, George,
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first cabin. (Hickey/Smith, page 32)
MORRIS, Rev. H. C. S.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second class. Survived.
MORRIS, John
Per the Roll: crew, 4th engineer, died.
MORRISSEY, P.
Crew: trimmer
MORRISON, K. J.
Canada. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Not on Saturday’s list of passengers.
MORROW, Isabel Harding
Per the Roll: crew, Stewardess, died.
MORTON, Bell
Crew: seaman. Survived.
MORTON, Leslie N.
18 years old. Died 1972. (Simpson, pages 158, 171)
MORTON, John C.
Leslie and John were brothers from Liverpool. Had been on the S.S. Queen Margaret. They initially were going to be passengers but were hired on as deckhands along with 6 others from the Naiad. Some of the Lusitania’s crew from the Western voyage jumped ship once the ship arrived in New York to avoid conscription in the British Army. Since these young men were experienced they were signed on as crew. Their father lived in Leeds. John and Leslie survived. (Hickey/Smith, pages 52, 101, 121, 171, 183+, 187, 195.) Leslie later received the Silver medal for Gallantry in Saving Life at Sea (Internet: They are mentioned in Ballard’s book on pages 81-83, 87, 99, 113.
MOSES, Janet or Mrs. Jeannette
Pittsburgh,PA. Passenger: steerage. Survived.
MOSLEY, George G.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Mosely worked for George C. Cholwell Company, tea brokers, of 126 Front Street, New York City.
MOSS, John Barrow
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd waiter, died.
MOUNSEY, William
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger. Not mentioned on Saturday’s passenger list or Sunday’s survivors list but is described in Saturday’s paper among those from Chicago, Illinois. Also mentioned with him as traveling companions were his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lund,q.v. William Mounsey was named on Monday’s list of missing Americans as being from New York. Mounsey lived at 4420 Laporte Avenue. He and his daughter and son-in-law were on their way to Liverpool to reclaim Mrs. Mounsey, who was reported lost on the Empress of Ireland in 1914, but who was reported in 1915 to be in a sanitarium in Liverpool where she was “in an enfeebled mental condition”. His personal account was on page 3 of the Monday, May 10, 1915, New York Times. “Father had no premonition that anything would go wrong on this trip,” declared William Mounsey, Jr. [his son in Chicago]. “He was so overjoyed at the prospect, faint as it was, that mother was to be rescued from the dead that he had not a moment’s thought that a fate like hers would be his also.”
MOZURKA, I.
Passenger: steerage.
MUIR, Matthew
New York. Passenger. Survived; treated at hospital and released on Monday the 10th.
MUIRHEAD, William
Passenger; Steerage. Survived.
MULLER, Captain T. B.
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia.
MULLIN, John
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
MUNRO, Mrs.
Liverpool, England. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
MURDOCK, Miss E.
On Tuesday’s survivors list as “unclassified”.
MURDOCK, Miss Jessie
Passenger: second cabin. Survived; non-US.
MURPHY, C.
Crew: fireman
MURPHY, John Henry
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #136, age 32, crew, 1st Class waiter, Common grave C.
MURPHY, Matthew
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
MURPHY, Thomas
Crew: fireman
MURRAY, Mrs. C.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
MURRAY, Frank
Philadelphia,PA. Passenger. Named in article about people from Philadelphia but was not on Saturday’s passenger list. Transferred from the Cameronia.
MURRAY, James
Passenger: steerage. The Saturday, May 8 1915, New York Times, had an article about people from Memphis, Tenn., or who had, at least, booked passage in Memphis. The article named a MRS> James Murray and baby son, Walter, of 6853 South Green Street. They were on their way back to Castlegate, Lannark, Scotland to visit her mother. She had not been thee in 8 years. Traveling with her was a Mrs. Charles Young, q.v., same address, also from Scotland. Their husbands were employed by Chicago City Railways Company.
MURRAY, Mary
Passenger: steerage.
MURRAY, Mrs. C.
Passenger. On Monday’s list of American survivors but was not on Saturday’s list of passengers.
MYERS, Ellason
Passenger: second cabin. Survived; non-US.
MYERS, Herman A.
New York. Passenger: first class. He was the head of the feather importing house of H. & E. & S. Myers, 684 Broadway, New York. Home address: 605 West 113th Street, New York. Survived; treated at hospital in Queenstown. However, his death notice was printed in The New York Times, Wednesday, May 26, 1915, page 13: “Herman A, Myers, husband of Cherrie Adelson Myers, son of Mary Myers. Memorial services will be held at his late residence, 605 West 113th Street, Thursday, at 6 P.M. Philadelphia papers please copy.
MYERS, John
Crew. Survived; treated at hospital for broken leg, broken ribs and bronchitis. Hickey/Smith, page 249, gives this crewman’s name as Joseph with these injuries (leg broken, ribs smashed).
MYERS, Joseph L.
New York. Passenger. Survived. Hickey/Smith, page 182, referred to this passenger and said he saw the periscope of the submarine just before the torpedo was fired. Note: One of these two Myers men is the one referred to in the New York Times, Wednesday, May 12, 1915, page 2: “The Cunard officials released the condition of hospital cases and said that Mr. Myers had been removed to Golding’s Nursing Home, 18 Patrick Place, Cork.
MYERS, W. G. Ellason
Stratford, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Named as MEYERS in an article in the Sunday New York Times, May 9, 1915. Was 16 years old and on his was to England to join the British Navy as a cadet.
MYLES, Peter
Crew: trimmer.
N
NAISCH, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Kansas City, MO. Passenger: second cabin. Mr. Naisch drowned but his wife survived. Her first name was Belle. See Hickey/Smith, pages 169, 177, 193+, 216, 249.
NAUMANN, F. G.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. Body recovered and identified.
NEATBY, Miss Freda
Saskatoon, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
NEEDHAM, Henry E.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
NEEDHAM, Patrick
Crew: fireman
NEGUS, Edward
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Tuesday’s list of non-U.S. survivors.
NEILSON, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
NEILSON, Charles H.
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. The Neilson’s were on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.)
NEILSON, Gerda
Passenger: steerage. Survived. See Hickey/Smith, pages 93, 157. She had become romantically involved with a fellow passenger, Jack Walsh,q.v.
NEIMARK, Abraham
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Per an article in the Sunday paper, page 5, column 2: Harry Niemark of Belgium anxiously awaited word of his father Abraham, who was before the German invasion a diamond merchant of Antwerp, and who had sailed for London with diamonds. Before the Lusitania left her pier he gave into the safe keeping of the purser. The elder Mr. Niemark’s family fled to London when the German captured Antwerp. Harry Niemark and his father came to New York three months ago, leaving their mother and sisters in London. They took rooms at 97 Division Street and a few weeks ago the father decided to return to London to dispose of the diamonds.
NELIA, John
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
NEVILLE, Albert
NEVILLE, Master Charles
NEVILLE, Mrs.
NEVILLE, Miss Evelyn
NEVILLE, Miss Muriel
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. All were on the Sunday list of missing and probable dead.
NEWBOLD, H. A.
Crew: barkeeper. Survived.
NEWBY, J.
Crew: fireman
NEWMAN, F. J.
Body recovered and identified. No address given.
NICE, Reg
Crew: barber. Hickey/Smith, page 149.
NICHOLSON, C. D.
Edmonton, Canada Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
NICOLL, George
Philadelphia, Penn. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Home address was 5138 Funston Street, Philadelphia.
NICOL, Mrs. Mary F.
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead as MISS Mary F. Nicol. Booked passage in Memphis. An article in the paper said a Miss Mary Nicol had come from Scotland nine months prior and had been visiting her sisters in Chicago: Mrs. J. W. Young of 7337 South Racine and Mrs. Wm. McClelland, 7331 South Racine.
NIEBARSH, G.
Passenger: steerage.
NORMAN, Jasper
Passenger: steerage.
NORMAN, Robert
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
NORRIS, A. P.
A body was found with this name on it.
NORTH, Miss Olive
Saskatoon, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
NYSLOM, Gustav
Adolph, Canada. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead as NYBLOM.
O
O’BRIEN, Patrick
Crew: fireman
O’BRIEN, Patrick
Crew: fireman
O’BRIEN, T.
Crew: trimmer
O’BRIEN-BUTLER, T.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
O’CONNELL, John
Liverpool, England. Crew: trimmer. Survived. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 54, 102, 170, 230 and 249. At 19 years old, he was the youngest fireman in the stokehold. Lived with his grandmother on Elm Street in Bottle. Had a girlfriend named Nora Hanaway in Liverpool.
O’CONNER, John
Passenger: steerage.
O’DONNELL, John
Crew: fireman
O’DONNELL, Patrick
Hoboken, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
O’HARA, J.
Crew: fireman
O’HARE, Owen
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper. Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #193, age 42, Common grave A.
O’HARE, Patrick
Crew: fireman
O’KELLY, John J.
Passenger: steerage.
O’NEILL, Michael
Crew: fireman
O’NEILL, Thomas
Crew: trimmer
O’TOOLE, Patrick
Crew: fireman
OHAN, Stephen
Chicago,Illinois. Passenger. see foot note for Thomas Stevens.
OHANIS, Aziz
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger. see foot note for Thomas Stevens.
OLESZIO, John
Passenger: steerage.
OLIVER, Diego
Passenger: steerage.
OLJINSKI, D.
Passenger: steerage.
ORANGE, John
Crew: fireman
ORDYNEK, A.
Passenger: steerage.
ORMANDY, J.
Crew: fireman
ORMROD, James
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
ORMROD, Thomas
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
ORR, Dr. J.O.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class.
ORR, Lewis F., and valetOSBORNE, Mrs. A.B.
Hamilton, Ontario. Passenger: first class. Survived.
OSBORNE, Mrs. T.O.
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
OWEN, N. T. J.
Crew: seaman. Survived.
OWENS, Mrs. Cis
Passenger. On Tuesday’s list of American survivors.
OWENS, Mrs. Hubert
OWENS, Master Ronald
OWENS, Master Reginald
Elwood City, Penn. Passenger: second cabin. Mrs. Owens survived.
OWENS, Patrick
Passenger: steerage.
OWENS, Richard
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
P
PADLEY, Mrs. F.
Liverpool, England. Passenger: first class. Survived.
PADILLA, Frederico G.
Consul General for Mexico in Great Britain (at Liverpool) Passenger: first class. His name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. He booked passage from San Antonio, Texas. His brother, Fernando L. Padilla, had a diplomatic position in San Antonio similar to Frederico’s. Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #175, grave #587.
PAGE, Andrew
Medicine Hat, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
PAGE, J. Harvey
New York. Passenger: first class. His name was on the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans. Page booked passage from Boston. Was Vice President of Mark Cross Company and in charge of manufacturing in England. He and his wife often came to the US to visit his wife’s family in Cambridge, Mass. He was 40 years old. His wife was the former Miss Cora Powers.
PALMER, Albert and family
Toronto, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. The Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead showed Albert, Mrs. Albert and infant, Miss Olive and infant, Master Edgar, F.A., and Miss K. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Master Albert Palmer was body #179, age 6 months, buried with Mrs. Annie Palmer, Common grave B; Master Edgar Palmer, body #184, age 7 years, Common grave B; Mrs. Annie Palmer was body #179, age 33 years, Common grave B.
PALMER, Mr. and Mrs.
Transferred from the S.S. Queen Margaret on Friday, April 30. Same as above? Simpson, page 110.
PAPPADOPOULO, Mr. and Mrs. M. N.
Greece. Passengers: first class. They were listed on Saturday, May 8, among the passengers from Philadelphia. They were on their way to Athens. The husband drowned and the wife swam in a sweater and trousers lent to her by a sailor a long way toward shore before being picked up. His body was recovered Friday, May 14.
PARKES, William
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
PARLETT, Mrs. Frank
PARLETT, Miss Enid
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. Both are on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
PARRY, E.
Survived. Passenger.
PARRY, Frank
Crew: steward. Survived.
PARRY, Joseph
Crew: able seaman. Survived. Received bronze medal for Gallantry in Saving Life at Sea. http://www.aic.co.uk/~mberland/ships/lusitania/index.htm All information on him came from the Internet.
PARRY, Miss L.
Passenger. Survived.
PARSONS, A. E.
New York. Passenger. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Archibald Ernest Parsons was body #106, age 30 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave B.
PARTRIDGE, Frank
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Art dealer and interior decorator of 741 Fifth Avenue. He was traveling with Ed Gorer. His wife and children were waiting for him in London.
PATTERSON, George
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
PAVEY, Miss L.
Fort Guiapello, Sask. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
PAYNE, Martin S.
Springfield, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
PAYNTER, Charles E.

Liverpool. Died; body recovered. From the microfilm of Liverpool newspapers comes the following: "The remains of Mr. Charles E. Paynter of 37 Kingstonhead-road, South Oxton, who met his death through the sinking of the Lusitania on Friday were interred at Bidston Churchyard." His daughter Irene was in the water for 3 hours until she was rescued. (Liverpool Post and Mercury, May 12, 1915.)

PAYNTER, Charles K.
Liverpool. Passenger: first class. Survived.
PAYNTER, Frank
New York City. Passenger: first class
PAYNTER, Miss Irene
Liverpool, England. Passenger: first class. Survived. Daughter of Charles E. Paynter, above.
PEACOCK, Edward
Jerome, Arizona. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
PEACOCK, Miss E. F.
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
PEARDON, F. A.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Not named on Saturday’s list of passengers.
PEARL, Surgeon-Major F. Warren, and wife, Amy (Both survived)
PEARL, (daughter) Audrey
Infant. Born that year. Survived. Her maid’s (nurse’s) name was Alice Lines, q.v. Alice survived.
PEARL, (daughter) Miss Amy W.W., (Amy did not survive.)
PEARL, (daughter) Miss Susan W., and maid, (Susan did not survive.) (This second nurse’s name was Greta Lorenson, q.v., a Danish girl, hired by Alice Lines in Copenhagen, Denmark. Greta did not survive.)
PEARL, (son) Master Stuart Duncan D. (survived)
New York City. Passengers: first class Regarding daughters Amy and Susan: They were the grandchildren of Mrs. John Paterson Duncan. Death notice published in the Monday, May 17, 1915, issue of The New York Times, page 9. Dr. Pearl was a Surgeon-Major in the US Army. Was retired by the time of his voyage on the Lusitania. Home address: 123 East 36th Street, New York City. At the time, he was president of Pearson Engineering Corp, Ltd., 115 Broadway, New York City. He associated with Percival Farquhar in some of his business deals. His wife’s maiden name was Amy L. Duncan, sister to Stewart Duncan. His mother-in-law’s name was Mrs. John P. Duncan and she lived at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. Dr. Pearl had been arrested as a spy by the German army when in Europe in 1914 and was held for 5 days (not proven). Dr. Pearl is referred in Hickey/Smith on pages 16+, 104, 126, 151, 188+, 226.. Per Hickey/Smith, Susan had been born in Folkestone, England, 1914. Stuart was 5 years old, Amy was 2 years old and baby Audrey was born in New York, 1915.
PEARSON, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Stark
New York and Lowell, Mass. Passengers: first class. Both died; both bodies were recovered. Also traveling with them was his secretary, D. Walker. Photo of Dr. Pearson, The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915. Pearson was a consulting engineer with offices at 115 Broadway, New York City. Head of the Pearson-Farquhar syndicate which did extensive engineering work in various parts of the world. Pearson was born in Lowell, Mass., in 1861. Attended Tufts College and taught at MIT. Manager, Somerville Electric Light Company. Consulting engineer, Brooklyn Heights Railway Company. In 1893, organized Dominion Coal Company. He designed and superintended the erection of the 70,000 horsepower electric station in 96th Street. Assisted in building power, railway and light systems in Sao Paolo, Brazil, Barcelona, Spain, and Rio de Janeiro. While considering himself a New Yorker, he maintained homes at Great Barrington, Mass.; Coombe House, Kingston Hill, Surrey, England; and 271 Calle Mallarca, Barcelona, Spain. Mrs. Pearson maiden name was Miss Mabel Ward of Lowell, Mass. She married Dr, Pearson on January 5, 1887. Pearson loved church organs and had one installed in his home for $40,000. He was a close friend to George Kessler. He is referred in Hickey/Smith on pages 126, 150.
PEDERSON, Adolph
Crew? Interpreter. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 98-99.
PEELE, Mr. and Mrs. , with infant.
Passenger: second cabin.
PELLS, Elsmore
PELLS, Mrs. and infant
Vancouver, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. Elsmore and Mrs. survived but the infant was on the Sunday list of missing and probable dead.
PENNY, Percy
Crew: steward. Survived. His statement was reported on page 3 of the Monday paper, “ So fast did the water rise that before the last boat was launched the water was level with the boat deck and people simply stepped into the boat. I walked into the sea and was drawn down by the vortex of the sinking steamer, but came up again.” See Hickey/Smith, page 200.
PERKA, Maxim Antonous
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
PERKINS, Edwin
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. The New York Times, Sunday, 9 April, 1915, page 3, describes him as “of the Hotel Van Rensselaer.”
PERRY, Frederick J.
Buffalo, New York. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s survivors list as PERR. The next name after PERR is PERRY, FRED. T., Buffalo. Perhaps the same person? If so, why listed twice? Why the confusion? On Tuesday’s list of survivors.
PERRY, Albert N.
Buffalo, New York. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
PETHICK, Harry
Crew: fireman
PETRERICK, A.
Passenger: steerage.
PETROSIAN, Kahramon
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
PHAIR, Rev. Canon. E. E.
Winnipeg, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Body recovered and identified.
PHAIR, Manwell
Died; body recovered and identified.
PHILLIPS, R.
Crew: fireman
PHILLIPS, Wallace B.
New York City. Passenger: first class. Survived. Phillips’ home address was 29 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, New York. His father’s name was Henry W. Phillips. Associated with the Pyrone Manufacturing Company. Hickey/Smith, page 95.
PHILLIPS, William
Passenger: steerage.
PICKARD, Fred
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
PIERPOINT, Detective Inspector William J.
Liverpool, England. Passenger: first class. Survived. See Hickey/Smith, pages 77, 98-99, 173, 227, 316. Referred to as the ship’s detective. Died in a private nursing home in 1950.
PINKERTON, Robert
Per the Roll: crew, Chief Baker, died.
PIPER, John F.
Crew: Chief Officer. Hickey/Smith, pages 51, 128+, 191.
PIRIE, Mrs. A.
PIRIE Master Arthur
PIRIE, Miss Margaret
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. All 3 from this group were on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Page 5, column 2, Sunday paper: “Mr. and Mrs. Pennycook of 260 Eleventh Street, Hoboken, called [the Cunard office] to inquire about Mrs. Pirie and her two children. They were on their way to Glasgow.”.
PIRIE, Robinson
Hamilton, Ontario. Passenger: first class. Survived
PIRRIE, Miss Henrietta
Ottawa, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
PITCHFORTH, William
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died. Served as DOUGHERTY.
PLAMONDON, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Chicago, Illinois. Passengers: first class. Both bodies were recovered and identified. The bodies arrived back in New York on Monday, May 24 on the ocean liner New York. The Plamondon’s home address was 1344 Aster Street, Chicago. He was the President of Plamondon Manufacturing Company, makers of machinery. His daughters were Mrs. John Henry Smith of Newark, New Jersey, Mrs. Allen B. Ripley, and Miss Marie Plamondon. Their sons were Charles A. Plamondon, Jr., and Harold M. Plamondon. None of the children were traveling with them on the ship but there was a Mrs. Faber, q.v., traveling with them. The couple celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary while on the voyage. See Hickey/Smith, page 151.
PLANK, Mrs. H.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survivors.
PLUMMER, Leslie
Crew: fireman. See Hickey/Smith, page 196.
PODRUCHENY, A.
Passenger: steerage.
POLLAND, Henry
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead as Henry POLLARD.
POLUBINSKI, Milkendh
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
POOLE, Mrs. Gertrude
New York. Passenger. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
POPE, Miss Theodate, and maid
Farmington, Conn. Passengers: first class. Miss Pope is listed on Tuesday’s survivor list but the maid is not mentioned. The maid’s name was Emily Robinson. Her traveling companion was Professor Friend, q.v. Miss Pope was a wealthy middle-aged woman from Farmington, Conn., and the daughter of Alfred Pope, a car manufacturer. She was a landscape artist and architect of considerable reputation. She designed the buildings and ground of Western School. She was a suffragette and interested in studying psychic phenomena. She was to have been a guest of Sir Oliver Lodge in England and intended to study war conditions in Belgium. One year after the sinking, she was awarded $25,000 for sufferieng and $5,000 for loss of jewelry. See Hickey/Smith, pages 96, 150, 226, 312.
POSEN, Edward
POTTER, Benjamin
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
POTTER, Walter
Calgary, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead,
POWELL, George A.,
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
POWER, D.
Crew: fireman
PRESCOTT, Mrs. Bertha,
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
PRESS, Miss Mary
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Name not previous lists. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss mary Jane Press was body #116, Common grave C.
PRICHARD, R. B.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
PROUDFOOT, Samuel
Monessen, PA. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
PROUDFOOT, Thomas Edward Upton
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
PRYOR, John
Passenger: steerage.
PULIK, Mychail
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
PUMBLETT, James
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
PURSE, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald
Chattanooga, Tenn. Passenger: second cabin. They were both named on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
PYE, Mrs. Charlotte and infant, (18-month-old Marjorie)
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Mrs. Pye survived. The infant did not. Marjorie was buried in a private grave in Queenstown. See Hickey/Smith, pages 161, 187, 215, 244, 286. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Marjorie Pye was body #239, age 18 months, buried with #240, grave #545. There was a female baby, unidentified, body #240, buried with Margaret Pye.
Q
QUARRIE, Walter Scott
Per the Roll: crew, Ventilation Engineer, died.
QUIGLEY, Thomas
Crew: fireman.
QUINE, George
Crew: greaser, died.
QUINN, Thomas John
Crew: Able Seaman. Bosuns Boy. On the lookout in the crow’s nest. Saw the torpedo coming. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith, page 184. Mentioned in Simpson, page 158. Mentioned in Ballard’s book, page 87. Died.
QUIRK, William Edouard
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #233, male, age 33, crew, seaman, Common grave B.
R
RAFFERTY, Joseph
Crew: trimmer. Died.
RALPH, M.
Crew: fireman
RATCLIFF, Norman A.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Ratcliff lived in Gillingham, Kent, England. He was returning home from Japan. Was rescued after clinging to a box in the sea for three hours. With him was a steward who told of Alfred Vanderbilt giving his own lifebelt to a woman and consequently Vanderbilt died.
RATCLIFF,Peter
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
RANKIN, Robert
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived
READDIE, J. R.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
REARDON, F.A.
Toronto. Passenger: first class
REID,Alfred
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd waiter, died.
REID, Ellen
Passenger: steerage.
REID,James
Per the Roll: crew, AB, died.
REID, John H.
Passenger: steerage. One issue of The New York Times, spelled his name as REID and another issue as REED, John H., living on Genesee Street, Trenton, New Jersey. Reid was a master mechanic and was on his way to work at the Woolwich Arsenal in the manufacture of artillery.
REID, Peter
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger. Transfered from Cameronia.
REILLY, C.
Crew: trimmer
RENAN, Dr. Owen
New York, New York. Passenger: first class
RENDALL, Mrs. Charles
Crew: stewardess. Survived.
RENDOW, H.
Crew: fireman
RHYS-EVANS, A.L.
Cardiff, Wales. Passenger: first class. Survived. He was the secretary to D. A. Thomas, q.v. See Hickey/Smith, page 95.
RICE, Michael
Crew: fireman. Died.
RICE, Stephen
Crew: fireman. Survived. Referred to in letter posted to the Belfast Telegraph, 9 May 1998. . HYPERLINK \l "belfast" ..http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/cgi-bin/archive/showdoc?docloc=199…/let. Letter posted by his grandnephew’s son, Thomas Downey, Newry, Co.Down. Downey stated Rice was “from The Rock in the Jonesborough area of south Armagh.”
RICHARD, Frederick
Passenger: steerage.
RICHARDS, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry, and infant girl (Mrs. Richards' first name was Phyllis.)
RICHARDS, Master Cecil
RICHARDS, Master Percy

New York. Passengers: second cabin. Cecil and Percy survived according to a fellow researcher, Jean Phyllis' name was on Monday’s revised list of survivors. Jean said in her e-mail that the baby girl was swept out to sea, that Cecil died in December 1993. She further states that Thomas Henry Richards and his brother John lived on the same street in Meaderville (Butte), Montana. Contact her for more information: ljrt@tenforward.com

RICHARDSON, Miss Annie
Per the Roll: crew, Stewardess, died.
RICHARDSON, James
Philadelphia. Passenger. Named in article about passengers from Philly but was not on Saturday’s passenger list.
RICHARDSON, Mrs. James
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
RIGBY, G.
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
RIGHT, Herbert
On Tuesday’s survivors list as “unclassified”.
RILEY, Mr. and Mrs. Edward, and their two children
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
RITCHIE, W. J.
Winnipeg, Man. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
RITSON, Issac
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter, died.
ROACHE, James
Died; body recovered and identified. Per the list of interments at Cobh, James Roach was body #49, male, age 24 years, crew, fireman, Common grave C.
ROBB, Joseph
Per the list of interments at Cobh,he was body #51, male, age 27 years, crew, fireman, Common grave C. Per the Roll, his real name was Joseph P. Huston.
ROBERTS, Miss Annie Jane
Per the list of interments at Cobh, she was body #60, female, age 35 years, crew, stewardess, Common grave C.
ROBERTS, John
Per the Roll: crew, Asst. Engineer, died.
ROBERTS, Stanley
On Tuesday’s survivors list as “unclassified”.
ROBERTS, W. Anderson
Died; body recovered and identified.
ROBERTSON, A.
New Orleans, LA. Passenger. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
ROBERTSON, Andrew
New York City, NY. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia.
ROBERTSON, Neil
Crew: carpenter. On Sunday’s list of survivors.
ROBINSON, A. W.
Passenger: steerage.
ROBINSON, C. E.
Passenger: second cabin.
ROBINSON, Mrs. C.
Passenger: second cabin.
ROBINSON, Charles E.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
ROBINSON, Mrs.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. (Might this couple be the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robinson previously identified as being in the second cabin?) The Wednesday, May 19, 1915, edition of The New York Times, page, 5, showed a news brief from the Consul at Queenstown asking that it be announced that Mrs. Charles E. Robinson was not saved.
ROBINSON, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Robinson had been the London representative of the Walk-Over Show Company with a home on Tulpehocken Street in Germantown but they had given up their home in Germantown as Robinson planned to start a shoe business in England.
ROBINSON, Emily
Passenger: first class. Maid to Miss Theodate Pope. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on page 96.
ROBINSON, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Vancouver, B. C. Passengers: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
ROBSON, Miss A.
Mount Vernon, New York. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered and identified.
ROBSON, Kenneth
Mount Vernon, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
ROCHE, James
Died; body recovered and identified. No address given. No indication of whether passenger or crew.
ROCHSHAW, E.
Passenger: steerage.
ROGAN, John
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
ROGERS, Miss Elizabeth
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
ROGERS, Mr. and Mrs. F.A.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. F. A. Rogers was on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
ROGERS, Percy W.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived. He was a publisher. See Hickey/Smith, page 115.
ROGERS, R.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead, page 6. Editor of Jack Canuck.
ROGERSON, J.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
ROLFE, George
Hamilton, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
ROMER, F.
Crew: fireman. Survived.
RONNAN, George
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #53, male, age 16, crew, ship's baker, Common grave C.
ROONEY, Miss Mary
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
ROPER, John
Crew: seaman. Survived. Pulled the Captain out of the water. See Hickey/ Smith, page 246.
ROSE, Fred J.
Baltimore, Maryland. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered. However, his name appears on Tuesday’s list of survivors.
ROWE, John
Crew: trimmer. Died.
ROWELL, T. R.
Passenger: second cabin.
ROWAN, Annie
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
ROWAN, F.
Crew: fireman
RUDDEN, Thomas
Crew: trimmer.
RUFFELS, William Samuel
Per the Roll: crew, 1st Class Cabin Bed Steward, died.
RUMBLE, T.W.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
RYAN, Edward
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died. Served as Edward RICE.
RYAN, Miss Mary
Passenger: second cabin.
RYAN, Miss May
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
RYAN, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died. Served as O'BRIEN.
RYERSON, Mrs. G. Sterling
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
RYERSON, Miss Laura
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
RYLANDS, William Deakin
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter, died.
S
SAEJIS, Peter
Chicago. Passenger. See entry for Thomas Stevens.
SALT, Henry J.
Passenger: second cabin. On Monday’s list of missing Americans, from Boston, Mass.
SALTRY, William
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
SAMUEL or SAMEUILSCO, David
New York. Passenger. Died; body recovered.
SANDELLS, Mr. Thomas
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
SARGIS, Pera
Passenger: steerage.
SAVAGE, Frank
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
SCANNELL, Charles
Crew: trimmer
SCHORGESUR, William
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Possibly same as SCRIMGEOUS/SCRIMGEOUR listed below?
SCHUYLER, Mrs. R. D.
Passenger. Died; body recovered.
SCHWABACHER, Leo M.
Baltimore, Maryland. Passenger: first class. On Monday’s list of missing Americans as Leo M. Schubacher. He booked passage in Baltimore, Maryland but was from Peoris, Illinois. Traveling with Henry B. Sonneborn. The article mentioning him gave his name as SCHAARBECKER.
SCHWARTE, Augustus W.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Treated at a Queenstown hospital then went to Queens Hotel.
SCHWARCZ, Max M.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. His name was on the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans. He was the senior member of the cloak firm, Max M. Schwarcz and Company, 141 Madison Avenue, New York. His home address was 137 Riverside Drive, New York City. His obituary was published in the New York Times, Saturday, May 22, 1915, page 11. He is described as the husband of the late Emma Indig Schwarcz and father of Irene, Dorothea, and Minna Schwarcz. He was 52 years old.
SCOTT, A. J.
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SCOTT, Alice
Passenger: steerage. Survived. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Alice Ann Scott was body #50, age 25 years, Common grave B.
SCOTT, Captain Alick
Passenger. He was an English officer on his way home from India. See Hickey/Smith, page 199.
SCOTT, Arthur
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SCOTT, George
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
SCRIMGEOUS, William
Passenger: second cabin. Survived. On Sunday’s survivors list as SCRIMGEOUR.
SECCHI, Herbert
Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s survivor list but not on Saturday’s passenger list.
SECCHI, Mrs. Bert
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Hickey/Smith, page 215.
SECCOMBE, Percy W.
Petersboro, New Hampshire. Body recovered and identified. He was cremated and his ashes were returned to New York on the Lapland, on May 31, per The New York Times, June 1, 1915, page 5.
SECOMBE, Miss Elizabeth
Boston (booked passage there?) Passengers: first class. The Secombes were brother and sister, both age 17. They were on their way to England to visit the old family home. Their father was Captain W. S. Secombe of the Cunard liner Cephalonia. Their father was deceased by the time of the Lusitania sinking. They were also reported as being from Petersboro, New Hampshire. Her body was returned to New York City on Monday, May 31, 1915. Point of interest: per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Elizabeth A. Seccombe was body #164, female, age 40 years, 1st Class passenger, Common grave B.
SEFERIAN, Leven
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SEGRAVES, Patrick
Per the Roll: crew, AB, died.
SELF, J.
Passenger: steerage.
SEMONS, C. T.
Buffalo, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SEMPLE, Mrs. A, and infant
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday's list of missing and probable dead.
SEGIS, George
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SEURVE, Etienne Pierre
Per the Roll: crew, extra Chef, died.
SHACKELL, William A.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SHALDAY, Gerald
Crew: steward. Survived.
SHANKEY, John
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper
SHANN, Sydney James
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd waiter, died.
SHARP, George
Passenger. On Sunday’s list of survivors.
SHARP, Mary
Passenger. On Sunday’s list of survivors.
SHARP, Philip Archibald
Per the Roll: crew, Stewards Boy, died.
SHARP, Mrs. Samuel
American. Passenger: steerage. Survived. The Monday list of American survivors named MRs. Sam Sharp but no other SHARP.
SHARP, Samuel
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SHARP, Annie
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SHAW, Miss E.
Winnipeg, Man. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SHEA, John
Crew: fireman
SHEADY, Patrick
Died; body recovered and identified. Last name might be SHEEDY. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Patrick Sheedy was body #13, male, age 30 years, 3rd Class passenger, (deported), Common grave A.
SHEPHERD, Ralph Alfred
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
SHEPPERSON, Arthur
American. Passenger: steerage. Survived; treated at hospital and released.
SHERIDAN, Jeffery or Geoffrey
Crew: fireman. Died.
SHERIDAN, Patrick
Crew; fireman. Died.
SHEVLAND, John
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Waiter, died.
SHIELDS, Mr. and Mrs. Victor F.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Passenger: first class. Both are on Monday’s list of missing Americans. They booked passage at Cincinnati, Ohio. Lived at 3406 Burnet Avenue, Avondale. Had a liquor business at 119 & 121 East Pearl Street. Also listed as Mr. amd Mrs. V.E. Shields.
SHINEMAN, Mr. and Mrs. James
New York. Passengers. Both were on Monday’s list of missing Americans but neither were on Saturday’s list of passengers.
SHKREDOFF, A.
Passenger: steerage.
SHKREDOFF, Jacob
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SHURRAS, Robert
Passenger: steerage.
SHYMER, Mrs. R. D.
New York,New York. Passenger: first class. Died, body recovered. Mrs. Shymer was the American widow of an English nobleman who subsequently married an American and had been living in New York. She was on her way to London.
SKAY, Edward
Crew: second cabin steward. Survived. He made a statement to the New York press. See The New York Times, Tuesday, May 25, 1915, page 4.
SIDEWELL, George
Passenger: steerage.
SIGURD, Jacobus
Passenger: first class. Not on Saturday’s list of passengers. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SIKORA, Joseph
Passenger: steerage.
SIKKING, Florence
Crew: stewardess. Survived
SILVA, Thomas J.
Passenger: first class. On Monday’s list of missing Americans, Not on Saturday’s list of passengers.
SIMPSON, Edward
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SIMPSON, Rev. H. W.
Roseland, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. The story of Simpson's survival was reported in the Sunday, May 8, 1915, The New York Times. Saved himself by clinging to an upturned boat.
SINGLETON, Henry
Crew: trimmer.
SINNOTT, William
Crew: fireman.
SISTER, F. W.
Passenger: second cabin.
SKELTON, F.
Passenger: steerage.
SLATER, F. W.
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Name not on other list.
SLATTERY, C. J.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
SLATTERY, Patrick
Passenger. Survived.
SLIDELL, M. Thomas
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. Had been traveling with Alfred Vanderbilt and saw him give away his life belt. Slidell lived at the Knickerbocker Club, New York City.
SLIMMAN, James
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia.
SLIMMAN, Margaret
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia.
SLINGSBY, George
Toronto, Canada. Passenger; first cabin as someone’s valet. Name of employer not given.
SMART, G. M.
Vancouver, B. C. Passenger. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SMETHURST, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Passenger: steerage. Both survived.
SMITH, Agnes
Passenger: steerage. Miss Smith was a maid in the home of Mrs. Bernard Mayer of Glencoe, Illinois. She was traveling back home to Scotland with 3 other young women.
SMITH, Albert R.
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. All 3 Smith’s in this group were named on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SMITH, Mrs. Albert R. and infant
Passenger: second cabin.
SMITH, Alfred F.
SMITH, Mrs. Alfred F., and infant
SMITH, Miss Helen
Elwood City, Penn. Passengers: second cabin. Only Helen survived. Her escape from the sinking ship was aided by fellow passenger Ernest Cowper. Helen was 6 years old. Her baby brother was 6 months old. This family group also included her mother's sister-in-law with her two teenage boys. See Hickey/Smith: pages 115,178,194,227,274. This aunt survived but both boys were lost. Picture of Helen Smith in photo section after page 160.
SMITH, B. G. W.
Victoria, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Not on Saturday’s list of passengers.
SMITH, D. J.
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SMITH, George
Rochester, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SMITH, George
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SMITH, George Preston
England. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
SMITH, G. R.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
SMITH, H.
Toronto, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SMITH, I.
Crew: fireman
SMITH, Mr.
Passenger: second cabin.
SMITH, Mrs., and infant
Victoria, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SMITH, Mrs.
Passenger: second cabin.
SMITH, J.
Preston, England. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
SMITH, Miss Jessie Taft
Braceville, Ohio. Passenger: first class. Survived.
SMITH, O. W.
Victoria, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SMITH, Oliver Barrow
Per the Roll: crew, Ships Cook, died.
SMITH, Peter
Crew: master-at-arms. Died. See Hickey/Smith: page 112.
SMITH, Miss Sarah
St. Thomas, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Sarah was a nurse, traveling back to England on vacation with Avis Dolphin, q.v., and Hilda Ellis, q.v. See Hickey/Smith:pages 36,92,192.
SMITH, Thomas
Crew: trimmer.
SMITH, W.
Passenger: steerage.
SMITH, William Thomas
Crew: Inter. 2nd engineer. Died.
SMITH, William
Crew: saloon steward. Survived. See article, The New York Times, Wednesday, May 26, 1915, page 4, in which he was reported as having said he found two bombs on Deck A just before the ship sailed. The Cunard Line officials ridiculed this idea.

NOTE: Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Minnie Smith was body #110, female, age 28 years, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave C. This information alone is not enough to determine where she might fit in with the above names.

SNOWDEN, F. A.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SNOWDEN, Thomas
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SOBOLEWSKI, Mitrofan M.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
SOLONIA, S.
Passenger: steerage.
SOMOILESCU, David
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered and identified. Same as SAMUEL, David?
SONNEBORN, Henry. B.
Baltimore, Maryland. Passenger: first class. On Monday’s list of missing Americans. Mr. Sonneborn was in the coal business, had interests in Paris, lived in Paris for 3 years. Son of Mrs. Wilhelmina Sonnneborn of Baltimore. Accompanied by Leo Schaarbecker of Peoria, Illinois. Photo, The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915, no page number given.
SORENSON, Soren
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Played poker with others to the last possible moment, even when the room was tilting. See Hickey/Smith, page 229.
SOUTHWARD, Henry
Crew: greaser, died.
SPENDLEY, David March
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
SPENDLEY, Kate
Passenger: steerage.
SPILLMAN, Mr. and Mrs. John B
Detroit or Wyandotte, Michigan. Passengers: second cabin. Both died; bodies recovered. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. John B. Spillman was body #26, male, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave B.
STACEY, J. V.
Passenger: steerage.
STACHULA, Michael
Passenger; steerage. Survived.
STACKHOUSE, Commander J. Foster
London, England. Passenger: first class. photograph, page 4 of the Saturday paper. Body recovered and identified By Friday, May 14. Buried by relatives in Cork. Commander Stackhouse, USN retired, lived at the Lotos Club. He sailed in connection with his work for the Belgian Relief Commission. An article in the Sunday New York Times said he had been in the US to raise "funds for an expedition to chart unmapped islands in the Pacific Ocean. He had succeeded in getting promises of nearly $900,000 for his contemplated work" A friend explained that the Commodore "had a theory that the sinking of the Titanic was due to the iceberg that she struck being held on a submerged rock, and he believed that if surveys and soundings of the paths of navigation could be made it would result in tremendous benefit to the world." At the moment the torpedo hit Stackhouse was expounding to someone else about why the ship could not be hit by a torpedo. See Hickey/Smith, page 186.

STAFFORD, G.
Crew: fireman
STAINTON, William
Passenger: first class. Valet to Charles Frohman, q. v. Body recovered and identified as of Saturday, May 15, 1915. See Hickey/Smith, page 125.
STANDFAST, N.
Passenger: steerage.
STANFIELD, Leslie Alan
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
STANKIEWICZ, Joseph
Passenger: steerage. Body identified as of Saturday, May 15, 1915. First name given elsewhere as TONY. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Anthony Stankiewicz was body #198, male, age 46 years, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave B.
STANLEY, A
Crew: fireman.
STANLEY, H.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper. Survived.
STANLEY, H. W.
Trenton, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
STARK, Robert Lucas
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Class Bed Std., died.
STEELE, George
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
STEINBERG, Arthur Valentine
Per the Roll: crew, Stewards Boy, died.
STENSON, Della
Passengers; steerage.
STEPHENS, Mrs. G. W.; infant, nurse and maid
Montreal, Canada. Passengers: first class. The infant was Mrs. G.W. Stephens' 18-month-old grandson, John H. C. Stephens. The baby's mother, Mrs. F. Chatham Stephens of Montreal, daughter of A.E. Kemp, whose father was a Canadian Cabinet minister, was at Euston awaiting word of survivors and where her husband was hospitalized after being wounded at the front. The elder Mrs. Stephens’ body was recovered and identified.
STEPHENS, Thomas Ohan
Chicago, Illinois.. Passenger: steerage. Survived. An article in the Sunday The New York Times, page 5, column 4: "The following cablegram was recieved by Ohan Stevens of 713 North Clark Street, from his son Thomas, who sailed on the Lusitania was a party of twelve other Persians to visit his grandparents: 'Father am safe, Son Thomas'. The party of Persians was on its way to the scenes of recent Turkish massacres to learn the fate of relatives. In the party were John Jacob Baba, Ala Vard Yohan, Envin Yohnan, Aziz Ohanis, Nokila Kaperalia, Stephen Ohan, Pera Saejis and George, Frank and Abraham Baba. John Jacon and Frank Baba were reported safe in the news dispatches, but no word has come to the north side of the Persian colony of the fate of any of the others. Ohan is a naturalized American citizen. 'It is a terrible blow to the Persians in Chicago,' said Malik Hatma of 63 West Grand Avenue, 'for on those who may be lost we depended for news of the wives, mothers and sweethearts imperiled at home'."
STERNERG, A. A.
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
STEVENS, _______
Crew: Deck Officer. Per article, page 6, Monday paper, he “went down with the ship.”
STEVENS, Charles H.
Atlantic City, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. Died, body recovered. Per the list of interments, he was body #241, grave #654.
STEVENS, George
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
STEVENSON, Hugh
Passenger: steerage.
STEVENSON, Mrs. Janet and infant
Cleveland, Ohio. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
STEWART, Mrs. C and infant
Toronto, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Mrs. C. Stewart survived; the infant did not.
STEWART, Duncan
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
STEWART, James
On Tuesday’s survivors list as “unclassified”.
STEWART, Thomas Edgar
per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #41, male, crew, age 23 years, steward on SS Cameronia, Common grave C. Served as !st Waiter on the Lusitania.
STOCKS, Mr. and Mrs. George, and child
Victoria, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. The STOCKES were on Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
STOCKTON, A.
Passenger: steerage.
STOCKTON, Alfred
Passenger: steerage. Survived. NOTE: On Saturday's passenger list there were two Stockton, A's named in steerage. Sunday's survivors list showed a Stockton, Alfred among the steerage survivors.
STOLARENIK, V.
Passenger: steerage.
STONE, Herbert Stuart
New York City. Passenger: first class. Died. He was the son of Melville E. Stone of the Associated Press. Founded and edited two magazines. His home address was 162 East 74th Street. He graduated from Harvard, 1894. His wife’s name Mary G. McCormick Stone. His funeral notice was in The New York Times, June 1, 1915, page 15: at St. Thomas’ Church on 5th Avenue, June 2, 1915 at 11:30 A.M.
STONES, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Vancouver, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. He is known to have survived.
STORCH, L. R.
San Francisco, Calif. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
STORCH, William
Survived; treated at hospital for injured ribs, released after a number of days. Last name may be STARCH or STORCK.
stowaways
3 Germans. Names not given in Hickey/Smith, pages 98-99, 212, 227. Drowned in ship’s cell. “The identity of the men is a mystery but there is little doubt that they were the photographic party ordered by Captain Boy-Ed and organized by Paul Koenig. The steward allocated to the portside pantry was Neil J. Leach.” (Simpson’s book, page 116+.) The prisoners were also mentioned in Ballard’s book, pages 61 and 63.
STRAUSS, Julius
STROUD, Mr and Mrs. and Miss Helen New York City. Passengers: second cabin. Monday’s revised list of survivors included Mr. and Mrs. E. P. W. Stroud of New York. Same people? Miss Helen not named on Monday’s revised list.
STRUTZ, T.
Passenger: steerage.
STRYNECHUK, S.
Passenger: steerage.
STUART, Alexander
New York City. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
STURDY, C.F.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
SULLIVAN, Mr. and Mrs. Florence and Julia
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. Both survived. Julia Sullivan had left her native County Cork approx. 1907. She worked for a childless couple named Branders on Long Island. Flor worked as a bartender at the Stuyvesant Club. They were on their way back to Ireland to his father’s farm in Kerry to inherit it after his father had died. Flor was a friend to the purser, Mr. John McCubbin. Flor and Julia lived to have three children. Their oldest daughter was trained as a nurse in London and died “in the early days of WWII when a bomb struck her hospital.” Flor died soon after that. Julia raised the remaining two boys alone. The Sullivans were named in Hickey/Smith on pages 35+, 76, 108+, 116+, 126, 143, 160, 167, 185, 194, 217, 228, 270, 313. The Sullivans were named in Ballard’s book on pages 45, 77, 90.
SULLIVAN, Mr. and Mrs. George
New London, Conn. Passengers: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SULLIVAN, I.
Crew: fireman.
SULLIVAN, Patrick
(Crew: fireman.
SUMNER, Thomas
SURMAN, Mrs. Mabel England. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SUTHERLAND, R.
Crew: fireman
SUTHERST, T.
Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
SUTTON, Nugent Moore
Per the Roll: crew, Pantry Steward, died.
SWALLOW, A.
Passenger: steerage.
SWEENEY, Jeremiah
Crew: fireman. Died.
SWEENEY, John M.
Liverpool, England. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
SWEET, F. H.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
SWIFT, Edward
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd Cook, died.
T
TAFT, Sidney
Boston,MA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
TARACSEWICZ, Ivan
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
TARRY, Edward
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
TAYLOR, A.
Passenger: steerage.
TAYLOR, Mrs. A. R.
Boston, MA. Passenger: second cabin. The Saturday edition, May 15, 1915, of The New York Times, page 8: “The American Consulate has taken charge of a body believed to be that of Mrs. Annie Taylor of Dorchester, Mass., who was a second cabin passenger on the Lusitania.” The Wednesday, May 19,1915, edition of the New York Times, page 5, had a news brief from the Consul at Queenstown showing that that the name of Mrs. Annie S. Taylor had been added to the list of dead.
TAYLOR, George
Crew: fireman.
TAYLOR, H. W.
Passenger: steerage.
TAYLOR, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Passenger; Steerage. Both survived. Hickey/Smith: pages 195, 228. Recently married. Wife’s name was Lucy.
TAYLOR, John
Crew: trimmer.
TAYLOR, Richard Lionel
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived. He was a hat manufacturer.
TAYLOR, Stanley
Passenger: second cabin. On Monday’s list of missing Americans, from Boston.
TAYLOR, Thomas
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
TEAR, Joseph Edward
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
TESSEN. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. (Her first name was Alice)

Passengers: first class. Died; bodies not recovered as of Friday, May 14. Their home address was 593 Riverside Drive. They booked passage at the last moment, intending to go to Paris on a buying trip for the Wanamaker stores. Mr. Tesson was 47 years old, born at Lacrosse, Wisconsin. He had been with John Wanamaker for 15 years, and for the last 7 as the head of the shoe department of the New York store. Mr. Tesson was Vice President of the Wanamaker Board of Trade; Vice President and Treasurer of the Anatomick Footwear Company of 116 East Thirteenth Street. Memorial services were held in the Chambers-Wylie Memorial Presbyterian Church, Broad Street, Philadelphia, Monday, May 17th, at 4:30 P. M.

THOMAS, David Alfred

Cardiff, Wales. Passenger: first class. Survived. Photograph, page 4 of the Saturday paper. D. A. Thomas is mentioned as a Welsh coal owner and was with his daughter, Lady Mackworth, q. v. “Mr. Thomas declined to relate his experience, saying that he had too easy a time to be interesting. Just as a boat was being lowered on the starboard side an officer ordered him to take a vacant seat. This boat got away without any trouble and was one of the first to be picked up.” Hickey/Smith: pages 22, 160, 173, 184, 206, 225. Age 59 years old. “He had been inspecting his mining interests in Pennsylvania, launching a new barge service on the Mississippi, planning extensions of Canada’s railroad system.” Wife’s name was Sybil. Was in lifeboat No. 11.

THOMAS, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
Winnipeg, Canada. Passengers: second cabin. Survived. However, per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Ernest Thomas was body #235, male, age 33 years, 2nd Class passenger, grave #475.
THOMAS, Frank
Crew: fireman.
THOMAS, George Henry
Per the Roll: crew, Assistant Officers Std., died.
THOMAS, William Sandford
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Class Bed Std., died.
THOMASON, Henry
Crew: steward. From the S.S. Queen Margaret. Hired at the last minute. Survived. Gave key evidence at the inquiry in London. See Hickey/Smith, page 103.
THOMAS, William Stanford
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #138, male, age 44 years, 2nd Class bedroom steward, Common grave C.
THOMPSON, Albert
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Body was recovered on Tuesday the 11th. It was found floating with wreckage near the coast. Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #141, Common grave B.
THOMPSON, Mr. and Mrs. E. Blish
Seymour, Indiana. Passengers: first class. Survived. He was the secretary and sales manager of the Blish Milling Company. The primary purpose of his trip was to see about selling flour for a Holland company. Mrs. Thompson’s maiden name was Miss Maude Robinson, of Long Beach, New Jersey. They were married in 1904.
THOMPSON, Mrs. Eldridge
American. Passenger. Survived.
THOMPSON, G.
Crew: fireman.
THOMPSON, George
Passenger: steerage.
THOMPSON, John
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #196, crew, trimmer, Common grave B. Trimmer.
THOMPSON, Joseph
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
THOMPSON, Miss. M.
Miami, Florida. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
THOMPSON, Michael Crew: trimmer. Died.
THOMPSON, Robert
Vancouver, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
THOMPSON, William
Crew: trimmer.
THOMSON, John
Per the Roll: crew, OS, died.
THORN, Alfred Richard
Per the Roll: crew, 1st Waiter, died.
THURSTON, John
Bridgeport, Conn. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
THURTON, G.H. Melbourne, Australia. Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s survivors list as TURTON.
TIBERGHIEN, George
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. Body recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14th. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Georges Tiberghien was body #191, 1st Class passenger,(later buried in France)
TIERNEY, James
Pittsburgh, Penn. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
TIERNEY, Michael
Crew: fireman. Survived.
TIERNEY, Mrs. James Mary
This name was not on any of the lists of passengers. Knowledge of her comes from the list of interments at Cobh on which she is identified as body #2, female, age 26 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave C. (Mother of Nina?)
TIERNEY, Mira Nina
Pittsburgh, Penn. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. On Sunday’s list of missing and dead. per the list of interments at Cobh, Miss Nina Tierney was body #102, female, age 5, Common grave C.
TIGLE, Thomas
Crew; fireman.
TIJON, W. E.
Toronto, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
TIJON, Master H. W.
Passenger: second cabin.) (Last name here may be TIJOU.
TIMMIS, R. J.
Gainesville, Texas. Passenger: first class. Survived. The story of Timmis’ escape and rescue was on page 7 of the Monday paper. Timmis was returning to England for his yearly visit. Traveled with R.T. Moodie,q.v., who did not survive. “Both men gave their lifebelts to steerage women just as the Lusitania sank. Timmis, who is a strong swimmer, remained in the water, clinging to various objects, for nearly three hours. Then he was taken into a boat, which he still had the strength to assist in rowing.” He is listed as though from New York but that is just where he booked passage.
TIMSON, Edward
Crew: trimmer.
TOALE, James or TOOLE, James
Per the list of interments, he was body #232, male, age 38, crew, fireman, Common grave A.
TOBIN, Miss Nora
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
TODD, David
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Todd was a florist from Philadelphia. Address: 5540 Woodland Avenue, Phil. Sailed to see his mother in Lincolnshire, England. He was 28 years old and had been living in Philly for 2 years.
TOMASKEWICZ, John
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
TOMINS, Miss E.
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
TOOLE, John
Crew: fireman
TOOLE, Patrick
Crew: fireman
TOOTAL, F.E.C.
London, England. Passenger: first class. Survived.
TOPPING, Margaret
Passenger: steerage.
TOUHEY, Mrs. H
Passenger: steerage. Survived. There was a Mrs. Troohy who was treated at the hospital in Queenstown and was pronounced fit to be discharged, Monday, May 10.
TOUHY, Margaret
Passenger: steerage. Survived; treated at hospital then released.
TOWER, Frank
Crew: fireman. Fictional person or hoax. Supposedly survived the sinking of the Titanic (1912), the Empress of Ireland (1914), and then the Lusitania. No one by that name listed in the crews of any of those ships. Ballard, page 113.
TOWNLEY, Ernest
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class. Survived.
TRAVERS, Jane
Passenger: steerage.
TRAYNOR, Philip Henry
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
TREVERROW, Mrs. C.
Butte, Montana. Passenger. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
TROXLEY, K.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: first class.
TRUMBULL, Isaac R.
Bridgeport, Conn. Passenger: first class. Died; body recovered and returned to New York City, Monday May 24, 1915. Article in The New York Times, Tuesday, May 25, 1915, page 15, gives his name as Isaac F. Trumbull. Elsewhere his middle initial had been given as B. for a total of three different middle initials to choose from for him. Article on page 3 of the Tuesday paper: “War munitions are soon to be manufactured at the large plant of the Trumbull Manufacturing Company in Plainville, suburb of New Britain {Connecticut]. John B. Trumbull, President of the company, announced this today, and he and his brothers would be avenged for the killing of their brother, Isaac B. Trumbull, of Bridgeport, who lost his life when the Lusitania was torpedoed.”
TUCKT, Tunip
Name on list of bodies recovered and identified, Wednesday paper, page 3. Name not on any other list prior to that one. No indication of whether the person is male or female, passenger or crew.
TUCKER, A.
Passenger: steerage.
TUDUS, A.
Passenger: steerage.
TULLOCK, Mr. and Mrs. James, and infant
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
>TURNBULL, J. B.
Bridgeport, Conn. Passenger. On Monday’s list of identified American dead but was not named on Saturday’s passenger list.
TURNER, Joseph
Crew: trimmer. Died.
TURNER, Scott
Passenger: first class. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. On Monday’s revised list of survivors but had not been on Saturday’s list of passengers.
TURNER, William Thomas
Crew: Captain of the ship. Survived. Age 59 years. Was the first commander of the Lusitania’s sister ship, the Mauretania. Quoting The New York Times: "Captain Turner was born in Liverpool in 1856, and began his sea career as a deckboy on the clipper, White Star. He was then only 13 years old. "When the White Star arrived at Guanape Islands in 1869 there was lying in that port the sailing ship Queen of the nations, the skipper of which was his father. “Captain Turner is married and is the father of several children. One of his sons is now fighting in France as a member of the Honorable Artillery. Miss Mercedes Desmore, the actress, is a niece of Captain Turner.” See Hickey/Smith: pages 39+, 47+, 99, 100, 104, 128+, 136+, 142+, 153, 159+, 166, 168, 176, 184+, 204, 309, 318+. Sons were named Percy and Norman. His marriage breaking up by the time of the sinking. Had girlfriend in Liverpool named Mabel Every, in her early twenties, page 49+. Turner retired in November 1919, (with Mabel) to Yelverton (Westella Road), close to Dartmoor. Then moved to De Villiers Avenue in a Liverpool suburb. Turner died 23 June 1933. mabel died in 1978. Turner’s son, Norman died in 1968. Percy died in WWII.
Turpin, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. K.
TURTON, George T.
Melbourne, Australia. Passenger. Survived. Middle initial given elsewhere as W. He was the Australian general manager of the Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool.
TYERS, Frederick C.
Nottingham, England. Passenger: second cabin. Died; body recovered.
TWAHEY, Margaret
Passenger: steerage.
TWENLOW, Miss Mabel
New York. Passenger: first class
TWIGG, T. A.
Winnipeg, Ontario. Passenger. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
TWINING, Ed.
Passenger: steerage.
TYLER, Samuel
Passenger: steerage.
U
UNCKIAN, F.
Crew: trimmer
V
VAN GIJTENBEEK, Anton
Per the Roll: crew, Extra 3rd Cook, died.
VAN STRAATEN, Martin
London, England. Passenger: first class. Body recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14th.
VANCE, Mr. and Mrs. John
Passengers: second cabin. John Vance appeared on Monday’s list of missing Americans, from New York City.
VANDERBILT, Alfred Gwynne, and valet, Ronald Denyer

New York. Passengers: first class. Both he and his valet died after assisting many others, especially children, to safety. Photos, page 4, The New York Times, Saturday, May 8, 1915 and The New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1915, no page # given. His obituary was published in the New York Times, May 22, 1915, page 11. Alfred was born in New York on October 20, 1877: son of Cornelius and Alice Claypoole Gwynne Vanderbilt. Alfred was 38 years old. His will was filed Saturday, May 29, 1915. Alfred’s first wife was Elsie French, married January 11, 1901; second wife was Margaret Emerson McKim, married December 17, 1911. Son by his first wife=William Henry Vanderbilt. Sons by his second wife=Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, Jr. and George Vanderbilt. Who's Who in America, 1897-1942, described Vanderbilt on page 1268. His death date is given as May 7, 1915 but no mention of the Lusitania. At the time of his funeral, his family did not want the Lusitania mentioned then either, in the funeral announcements of his obituary in the newspaper.

The New York Times: Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt inherited the bulk of the estate left by his father, Cormelius Vanderbilt. Estate worth from $70,000,000-$100,000,000. Cornelius, the elder brother, had been cut off in his father’s will with $1,000,000. Later Alfred gave his brother $6,000,000 and the will was not contested. Cornelius Vanderbilt, Sr., had never forgiven his eldest son for marrying Miss Grace G. Wilson against his wishes. Alfred was born in New York City on October 20, 1877, and was educated at St. Paul’s School at Concord, NH, and at Yale University. Graduated Yale, 1890. Married January 15, 1901 to Miss Ellen French, daughter of Francis Ormonde French (who was also very wealthy). They were married in the Sabriske Memorial Church, Newport, by the Rev. George Brinley Morgan (a cousin of Miss French) and the Rev. Charles E. Beattie, rector of the Church. Bride’s brother: Amos Tuck French, father of Miss Julia Estelle French who married Jack Geraghty, the son of a liveryman. Reginald Vanderbilt was brother and best man to the groom. Ellen filed for divorce on April 1, 1908. The divorce papers were sealed. Mr. Vanderbilt then married Mrs. Smith Hollins McKim in Reigate, 25 miles outside of London, on December 17, 1911. She had been granted a divorce from Dr. McKim in Reno, Nevada on April 30, 1910. Mrs. McKim was a daughter of Captain Isaac E. Emerson of Baltimore. Vanderbilt had two sons: William Henry, born November 24, 1901 and Alfred Gwynne,Jr., born September 22, 1912. According to the front page of Monday’s paper, he lost his life after giving his life belt to a woman. Vanderbilt could not swim. Vanderbilt and a friend (Slidell) on his yacht were among those in New York who watched the Lusitania on her maiden voyage. Vanderbilt’s friend, Slidell, said that Vanderbilt was “returning to England to offer a fleet of wagons and himself as driver to the Red Cross Society, for he said he felt every day that he was not doing enough.”

See Hickey/Smith: pages 26+, 91+, 116, 208, 223, 272. Married Elsie French, 1901. Divorced 1908. Married Margaret Smith Hollins McKim, 1911. Alfred Gwynne II was born in Surrey. George Washington III was born at Newport, Rhode Island. Had a sister named Gertrude. He gave up his lifebelt to Alice Middleton, a steerage passenger. They had a brother-in-law named Almeric Paget in London.

The New York Times, Tuesday, May 11, 1915, page 2: Article contained a tribute to Alfred Vanderbilt by Mrs. Lines; “People will not talk of Mr. Vanderbilt in future as a millionaire sportsman and a man of pleasure. He will be remembered as the children’s hero and men and women will salute his name. “When death was nearing him he showed gallantry which no words of mine can describe. He stood outside the palm saloon on the starboard side of the Lusitania with Ronald Denyer by his side. He looked around on the scene of horror and despair with pitying eyes. “ ‘Find all the kiddies you can, boy,’ he said to his valet. The man rushed off collecting children and as he brought them to Mr. Vanderbilt the millionaire dashed to the boats with two little ones in his arms at a time. “When he could find no more children he went to the assistance of the women and placed as many as he could safely in the boats. In all his work he was gallantly assisted by Denyer, and the two continued their efforts until the very end. “I hope the young men of Britain will act with the same cool bravery for their country that Mr. Vanderbilt showed for somebody’s little ones.”

VARCOE, Mrs.
Kansas City, MO. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Name not on Saturday’s list of passengers.
VASSAR, W.A.F.
London. Passenger: first class. Survived
VEALS, Mr. & Mrs. Albert E.
On Tuesday’s list of survivors as “unclassified”. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Veal were sailing to their home outside of London along with Mrs. Veal’s brother, Frederick R. Bailey. The Veals had lived in Orange, New Jersey for 3 years.
VENN, Harold B.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead as Harold S. Venn.
VERBRUCKEN, John
Crew: fireman.
VERDIN, Francis
Per the Roll: crew, Sculleryman, died.
VERLEY, Miss Alice
East Northfield, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead as Miss Alice VARLEY.
VERNON, George La Page
London, England. Passenger: first class. Body recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14th. Mr. Vernon’s sister was Mrs. John F. Fenton, wife of the rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Metuchen, New Jersey. Miss Rita Jolivet, q.v., was his sister-in-law. His mother lived in Worchester, Mass., and did not know that he had sailed. Another brother was the Rev. Theodore Butler of Haddon Heights, New Jersey. See Hickey/Smith, pages 199, 222, 313. His widow, Inez, committed suicide two months after he died on the Lusitania. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. George Ley P. Vernon was body #201, buried in private grave #651.
VESCOVI, S. de
New York. Passenger. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
VOSE, James
Crew: trimmer. Died.
W
WAITES, Mattie
Passenger: first cabin. Maid. Employer not named. Survived. On list of American survivors.
WAKEFIELD, Mrs. A.T.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. Survived; treated at hospital for shock and bruises. Her first name was Mary.
WALDENMAN, Miss Dora
On the Tuesday, May 11, list of survivors as “unclassified”.
WALKER, Annie
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived.
WALKER, D.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. Died, body recovered. This person was the secretary to Dr. F. S. Pearson, q.v.
WALKER, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Toronto, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WALKER, Miss Mary
San Francisco, CA. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WALKER, W. W.
New York. Passenger. Died; body recovered.
WALLACE, Miss B.
New York. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WALLACE, Cyril J.
Holyoke, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Per page 243 of Hickey/Smith, Cyril had purchased a mouth organ in Cleveland, Ohio, and played it on the lifeboat until he was asked to stop so cries for help could be heard. He was on his way to Northumberland to join the Army.
WALLACE, Miss Della
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, revised list of survivors.
WALLACE, Miss Margaret
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 10, list of missing and probable dead.
WALSH, Miss Ellen
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 10, list of missing and probable dead.
WALSH, John
Passenger: steerage. On Tuesday’s list of survivors. John Walsh is mentioned on pages 93, 157 and 179 of Hickey/Smith. He was returning home to England. He started a shipboard romance with Gerda Neilson, q.v. She had accepted his marriage proposal on Thursday evening, May 6.
WALSH, R.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
WARD, Mr. and Mrs. George
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
WARD, J.
Crew: fireman. Survived.
WARD, James L.
Saskatoon, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WARD, Joseph
Passenger: steerage.
WARD, Michael
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
WARD, Michael
Pittsburgh, PA. Passenger: second cabin. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans.
WARD, Mr. And Mrs.
Passenger: steerage. On Sunday’s survivors list but not on Saturday’s passenger list.
WARD, Neil
Crew: trimmer
WARDEN, Mrs. Charles
Lowell, Mass. Passenger. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
WARDLE, Frank
Passenger: steerage.
WARMAY, Charles
Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead as Charles WARMING from Winnipeg, Canada.
WARNER, T. S.
London, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
WATERS, Miss K. W.
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
WATERS, Miss M.
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
WATKIN, Henry
Crew: fireman
WATSON, Kate
Passenger: steerage.
WATSON, Mrs. Anthony
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. Died; body recovered.
WATSON, Mrs. Wallace W.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: first class. Died; body recovered. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. William Wallace-Watson was body #132, body removed from Cobh.
WEAVING, Richard
Per the Roll: crew, fireman, died.
WEBB, James
Crew: trimmer. Died.
WEBB, Minnie
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WEBSTER, F. G.
Toronto, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WEBSTER, F. G.
Passenger: second cabin. Named twice on Saturday’s passenger list. Was this perhaps, MRS. Webster?
WEBSTER, Master Frederick
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WEBSTER, Master William
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WEBSTER, Master Henry
Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WEHT, William
Passenger: steerage.
WEIGHT, Robert C.
New York. Passenger: first class. Survived. On Sunday’s survivors list but Saturday’s passenger list.
WEIR, Mr. C. H.
Victoria, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
WEIR, Mrs. Margaret
Per the list of interments at Cobh, she was body #40, female, crew, age 51 years, stewardess on SS Cameronia, Common grave C.
WELSH, C.
Crew: trimmer Per the list of interments at Cobh, Christopher Welsh was body #64, male, age 36, crew, trimmer, Common grave A.
WELSH, John
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
WELSH, Thomas
Crew: fireman
WENCKE, Paul
Crew: trimmer
WESTBURY, Charlie
Crew: second cook. Mentioned on page 53 of Hickey/Smith.
WHALLEY, Robert W.
Victoria, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WHEELHOUSE, Alfred Faulkner
Crew: Junior 7th Engineer, died.
WHELAN, John James
Crew: fireman. Died.
WHELWELL, A.
Crew: trimmer
WHITCOMB, Hugh D.
Havana, Cuba. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WHITFIELD, Thomas
Crew: trimmer
WHITEHEAD, Miss Florence
Boston, MA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WHYATH, Mrs. M. A.
Passenger: second cabin. Tuesday’s list of survivors named a Miss Martha WHYATT, of New Bedford, Mass. Same person?
WICKHAM, Mrs. N.
Vancouver, British Columbia. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mrs. Nina Wickham was body #54, female, age 50 years, 2nd Class passenger, Common grave C.
WIENOKE, Paul
Crew: greaser, died. (father)
WIENOKE, Paul Fredrick
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died. (son)
WIGGINS, Miss A. V.
Toronto, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
WILDE, Mrs. Agnes
Paterson, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WILDE, Miss Evelyn A.
Paterson, New Jersey. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WILKINSON, James
Per the Roll: crew, waiter, died.
WILKS, Alice Kaye
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
WILEY, Mrs. W.
Passenger. Died; body recovered.
WILLEY, Mrs. Catherine E.
Lake Forest, Ill. Passenger: first class. Body recovered, identified, and returned to New York on Monday, May 31, 1915 on the ocean liner Lapland. Mrs. Willey was described in Saturday’s article about people from Chicago. She was the mother of Mrs. Robert J. Thomas of Lake Forest, Illinois, wife of the Vice President of Montgomery, Ward, and Co. She had lived at the Continental Hotel of Paris for the past 6 years and visited her daughter in Chicago every year. She had left Chicago on Wednesday, April 28, for France, where she planned to enter the Red Cross Service. (Another article in the Sunday paper, page 5, column 4, gives her son-in-law’s name as Robert D. Thorne.)(The Wednesday paper, page 2 says she died, her body was recovered and identified and her son-in-law’s name was Robert. J. Thorne.)
WILLIAM, Fred T.
Body recovered and identified. Name on Wednesday’s list, not on any other list prior to that one. No indiction of whether the person was passenger or crew.
WILLIAMS, Billy
Crew: Master at Arms. Survived. Saved Captain Turner just as the Captain was about to give up being rescued. Turner had been in the water over 2 ½ hours. .
WILLIAMS, Annie
WILLIAMS, Edith (daughter, 9 years old, survived.)
WILLIAMS, Edward (son, younger than Edith)
WILLIAMS, George (son, younger than Edith)
WILLIAMS, Florence (daughter, younger than Edith)
WILLIAMS, Ethel (daughter, younger than Edith)
WILLIAMS, David (son, 4 months old.
Plainfield, New Jersey. The family had emigrated to America a few years earlier at which time the head of the family, John Williams, deserted them. Annie was taking her children back to England. (Ballard’s book, page 36, photo; page 100.) Passengers: steerage.
WILLIAMS, Miss B.
Passenger: second cabin.
WILLIAMS, D. B.
Passenger: steerage.
WILLIAMS, Harold
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Waiter, died.
WILLIAMS, Mrs. Jane
Toronto, Ontario. Passenger: second cabin. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead.
WILLIAMS, John
American. Passenger. Survived.
WILLIAMS, John
Per the Roll: crew, 3rd waiter, died.
WILLIAMS, Joseph
Passenger: steerage.
WILLIAMS, Robert
Per the Roll: crew, watch, died.
WILLIAMS, Robert Neptune
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter, died.
WILLIAMS, Thomas
Passenger: steerage. See Hickey/Smith, page 244, where a Tom Williams is described as a Welsh survivor, sang with Welsh choir?
WILLIAMS, Sydney
Per the Roll: crew, trimmer, died.
WILLIAMS, Miss W.
On Tuesday’s survivors list as “unclassified”.
WILLIAMS, Robert
Calgary, B. C. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WILLIAMS, T. H.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WILLIAMS, Thomas J.
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. Could this be survivor John Williams, age 99?

A fellow researcher, Barbara e-mailed with the following comment: "..my husband is under the impression that an Unknown Williams, brother to his grandfather John E. Williams of Carbon County, PA., was a passenger on the Lusitania and on his way to Wales and that he did not survive. We believe John E. Williams was born in Wales and that at least one brother emigrated here also. It is not known about any other siblings here or in Wales." Barbara can be reached at Barbara

WILLIAMS, James
This name comes from the list of interments at Cobh. Mr. James Williams was body #108, male, age 30 years, 3rd Class passenger, Common grave B.
WILLIAMSON, Charles F.
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. Close friend to Alfred Vanderbilt, q.v. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans.
WILSON, Henry
Crew: fireman.
WILSON, James Robert
Per the Roll: crew, 1st waiter, died.
WILSON, John
Boston, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WILSON, John
Crew: trimmer
WILSON, Mrs. Patrick
Moosejaw, Saskatchewan. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. She was mentioned in the Monday, May 10, The New York Times, page 3: “…lowered in a lifeboat, which was swamped and sank. Supported only by a lifebelt, she remained afloat for three hours, and was finally rescued.”
WILSON, Miss Sarah
Brooklyn, New York. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WILSON, W.
Passenger: steerage.
WINTER, ______
Passenger: first class. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WINTER, Miss T.
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WISE, Sister Isabella
Havana, Cuba. Passenger: second cabin. On the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WISEMAN, James
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd Baker, died.
WITHERBEE, Mrs. A.F. and Master A.I.
New York. Passengers: first class. Mrs. A. F. Witherbee was on Tuesday’s list of American survivors but Master A. I. was not. Master A. S. Witherbee, Jr. was on Monday’s list of missing Americans. They were traveling with her mother. Mrs. M. C. Brown, q.v. Per Hickey/Smith, page 200, Witherbee’s son was 4 years old. Per the list of interments at Cobh, there was a Master Alfred Scott Witherbee identified as body #243, male, age 4 years, 1st Class passenger, private grave #616.
WITHINGTON, Lothrop
Boston, Mass. Passenger: first class. On the Monday, May 10, list of missing Americans. Photograph, page 4 of the Saturday, May 8, The New York Times. He was “the uncle of Paul and Lothrop Withington, former Harvard football and crew men. He was known internationally as an expert in genealogy. He lived in England for many years but claimed Boston as his home.” He is mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 89, 96, 104, 143. He was a neighbor to and traveling with Charles Lauriat, q.v.
WOLFENDEN, Mr. and Mrs. John
Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Passengers: second cabin. He was listed among the missing; she survived.
WOOD, (Al) Arthur
New York, New York. Passenger: first class. Cancelled at the last minute and did not sail. He was a theatrical manager and friends sent cables to dissuade him from sailing. Would have been traveling with business friend, Walter Moore. Incidentally, Woods (with Charles Klein) had also been booked to sail on the Titanic on her maiden voyage but had cancelled at the last minute. On Sunday’s list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Arthur S. Wood was body #126, male, 1st Class passenger, Common grave C.
WOOD, Henry Edward
Per the list of interments at Cobh, he was body #90, male, age 35, crew, pantry steward, Common grave B.
WOOD, Wallace Edkin
Per the Roll: crew, 2nd barkeeper, died.
WOODCOCK, Miss S. F.
Fall River, Mass. Passenger: second cabin. She was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WOODS, James
Crew: fireman.
WOODS, John Herbert
Crew: seaman. Survived. On the Roll, he is listed as having died. (?)
WOODSWORTH, Miss Ruth
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived. She was on the Tuesday, May 11, list of non-U.S. survivors as Miss Ruth WORDSWORTH.
WOODWORTH, Robert
Passenger: steerage. Survived.
WOOLDEN, Mrs. E.
Edmonton, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. She was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WOOLLEY, Joseph
Crew: fireman.
WORDEN, Jane (Mrs. Charles.)
Lowell, Mass. Passenger. She was on the Monday, May 10, list of missing.
WORDSWORTH, Osmond Bartle
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. Survived.
WORRALL, Fred A.
Passenger: steerage.
WRIGHT, Harold Joseph
Per the Roll: crew, Stewards Boy, died.
WRIGHT, Miss Mary
New York City. Passenger: second cabin. Body recovered and returned to New York City via the ocean liner New York on Monday, May 24, 1915.
WRIGHT, Robert C.
Cleveland, Ohio. Passenger. Transferred from Cameronia. Survived.
WRIGHT, Walter
Passenger: first class. His name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WURAZSKI, B.
Passenger: steerage.
WYATH, Mrs. M. A.
Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, survivors list but was not on the Saturday, May 8, passenger list.
WYLIE, R. G.
Crew: engineer or engineer’s helper.
WYLTE, Mrs. Emma
Philadelphia, PA. Passenger: second cabin. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
WYNN, Peter
Crew: trimmer. Died.
WYNNE, George
Liverpool, England. Crew: worked in the kitchen. George was assistant cook in first class. Age 17. George survived. He was a friend to Charles Westbury, second cook,q.v. Lived on Oakes Street in Liverpool. Retired to a sailor’s home in the 1970’s. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 52+, 101, 171, 195, 206, 230, 314.
WYNNE, Joseph Domminic
Liverpool, England. Crew: scullion’s work in kitchen. Joseph was George’s 37-year-old father. Suffered from bronchitis. Went down with the ship. Mentioned in Hickey/Smith on pages 53, 171, 206 and 230.
Y
YARDLEY, L. F.
Toronto, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead.
YADSTER, A.
Passenger: second cabin. This name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of survivors but was not on the Saturday, May 8, list of passengers.
YEATMAN, Charles
YEATMAN, Mrs. C.
Montreal, Canada. Passenger: second cabin. He died and his body was recovered and identified. Her name was on the Sunday, May 9, list of missing and probable dead. Per the list of interments at Cobh, Mr. Charles Aylmer Luttrell was body #107, male, age 37 years, 2nd class passenger, buried with Mrs. Cora Yeatman, grave #1630; Mrs. Cora Yeatman was body #131, female, age 36 years.
YETTS, William R.
Per the Roll: crew, AB, died.
YOHANAN, Alavarez
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: steerage. Survived.
YOHNAN, Envin
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: steerage.
YORK, William
YOUNG, Charles
Chicago, Illinois. Passenger: steerage. The name was given without an honorific but is thought to be MRS. Charles Young. See footnote for James Murray. Mrs. Young and Mrs. Murray were traveling together.
YOUNG, J. M.
YOUNG, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Hamilton, Ontario. Passengers: first class. Mrs. Young’s body was recovered and identified as of Friday, May 14.
YUNG, Philip
Montreal. Passenger: first class. Survived.
Z
ZALIACHANOFF, V.
Passenger: steerage.

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