This is a list of crew aboard the RMS Titanic
on its final voyage, in April 1912. A name in italics
denotes a person who was saved. A person generally referred to by a nickname or middle name is in quotes, while an alias is listed in parentheses.
Coding of survivors and victims
Each survivor is designated with a lifeboat number/letter. Survivors were rescued from the lifeboats by the RMS Carpathia
. Of the 711 passengers and crew rescued from the RMS Titanic
, one passenger died in a lifeboat during the night, and another five died on board the Carpathia
and were buried at sea. Several ships sailed to the disaster area to recover victims' bodies. Numbers 324 and 325 were unused, and the six passengers buried at sea by the Carpathia
also went unnumbered. The three bodies recovered by the RMS Oceanic
, numbers 331, 332 and 333, were occupants of Collapsible A, which was swamped in the last moments of the sinking. Several people managed to reach the boat, although some died during the night. When Fifth Officer Harold Lowe
rescued the survivors of Collapsible A, he left three bodies in the boat: Thomas Beattie, a first-class passenger, and two crew members, a fireman and a seaman. Collapsible A, with the three bodies still inside, was discovered over 200 miles from the site of the sinking by the Oceanic
about a month later.
Superscript letters, next to the body number, indicate the recovery vessel that picked up... Read More