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When the Titanic sank William Rowe Richards was aged 3 years. His last residence was in Penzance Cornwall England. He boarded the Titanic as a 2nd Class passenger at Southampton on Wednesday April 10, 1912, Ticket No. 29106. Destination: Akron, Ohio.    William Rowe Richards survived the sinking (lifeboat 4) and was picked up by the Carpathia disembarking at New York City on Thursday April 18, 1912.

William Rowe Richards was aged 3 years. His last residence was in Penzance Cornwall England. Class passenger, Ticket No. William Rowe Richards survived the sinking aboard lifeboat number

Diary of a sailor who retrieved bodies of Titanic victims from the ocean. 'Fine weather started to pick up bodies at six a.m. and continued all day till five thirty P.M. Recovered fifty one bodies, forty six men four women and one baby. Buried twenty four men at sea at eight fifteen P.M. Rev Canon Hinds in attendance also Ships Company. Bodies in good state but badly bruised by being knocked about in the water.'

Diary of a sailor who retrieved bodies of Titanic victims from the ocean. -Check out Dal Archives for displays, programs for tweens

A real life love story between a first class passenger of the Titanic and a man from a lower class has been uncovered involving one of the ill-fated liner's most well known passengers. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2130481/The-real-Titanic-love-story-Documentary-charts-romantic-link-second-class-passengers.html#ixzz1sc8TvnpL Built by Harland & Wolff

A real life love story between a first class passenger of the Titanic and a man from a lower class has been uncovered involving one of the ill-fated liner's most well known passengers.

In 1914, May Pierstorff was “mailed” from her parents’ home to her grandparents’…

TIL after the USPS began offering parcel post numerous poor families used the service to mail their children to relatives. One girl was mailed to her grandmother 73 miles away for just 53 cents.

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Temperatures of the surrounding water during the Titanic sinking were around 28 degrees Fahrenheit. Humans exposed to this freezing water temperature would last only about 15 minutes before death. First class passengers and women were more likely to survive then men, second, and third class passengers. When the lifeboats were deployed, there was a women and children first policy that created these staggering survival rates.

Collapsible Boat B, found adrift by the ship Mackay-Bennett during its mission to recover the bodies of those who died in the Titanic disaster.

Rescuers help Titanic radio operator Harold Bride off the Carpathia. Bride's S.O.S. call alerted rescuers to the Titanic's sinking. He stayed at his post until the captain released him as the boat deck started taking on water, according to Encyclopedia Titanica. He was washed overboard and made his way onto an overturned boat, but his feet were badly frozen and crushed. From the Carpathia, Bride continued to send messages and names of those saved to land.

According to NBC News, "Rescuers from the ship Carpathia help Titanic radio operator Harold Bride off ship on April Bride's SOS alerted the public to the sinking of the Titanic.

Captain Arthur Henry Rostron is presented with an award by Margaret Brown, a survivor of the RMS Titanic sinking who later came to be known as “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” in this undated photo. Rostron was honored for his efforts as commander of the RMS Carpathia, which rescued many of the Titanic survivors from the north Atlantic Ocean and ferried them to safety in New York. (The New York Times)

Margaret "Molly" BROWN presenting trophy cup award to Captain Arthur Henry Rostron, master of the ocean liner RMS Carpathia, for his service in the rescue of the survivors of the Titanic, 29 May

The Unknown Titanic Child   Days after the Titanic sank the body of a baby boy was found. After he  could not be identified he was buried in Nova Scotia .  2007 his idenity was narrowed down the  to Sidney Goodwin. More  DNA testing was carried out on a tooth from the body and when compared to the DNA of a surviving Goodwin relative it proved as a match. It confirmed that ‘the unknown child’ was Sidney Goodwin.  His parents and siblings did not survive.

Sidney Goodwin--Advanced mtDNA methods of testing completed in 2006 identified Sidney Leslie Goodwin as the 'Unknown Child' from the Titanic buried in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The Titanic's last lifeboat: Amazing photos show vessel containing three rotting bodies - including a man still in his dinner jacket - which was found by passing liner a month later and 200 miles away │Daily Mail News

Pictured: The Titanic's last lifeboat

*RESCUE~Right, the crew from the RMS Oceanic are lowered down before setting off for the drifting vessel.Titanic's lifeboat contained 3 rotting bodies a month later passing liner.

*RUTH ~ was 12 yrs old when she boarded the R.M.S. Titanic in 2nd class with her little brother, Richard. She was recovered in lifeboat 13 w/ her brother, sister + mother in lifeboat 11. What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

Ruth Becker Ruth was 12 years old when she boarded the R.S Titanic in second class with her little brother, Richard who was sick at the time and her sister Marion as well as her mother and father from India on a mission trip.

Hand carved mahogany clock on the staircase.

An elaborate clock, depicting Honour and Glory Crowning Time, was the most noticeable feature of the Grand Staircase's boat deck landing.

La légende du Titanic. http://escaledenuit.com/2014/03/02/la-legende-du-titanic/ … pic.twitter.com/wszLC97uJm”

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Cool just watched a mini series about these people. People in Belfast bidding farewell to the ship they just built - the Titanic, 1912

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