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Deck Crew of the RMS Titanic

The deck crew included 1 Boatswain who had seniority over all the unlicensed deck crew, 29 able seamen, 2 Boatswain Mates, 2 Master-at-Arms, 7 Quartermasters, 2 Window Cleaners, and 6 Lookouts.

The Tragedy of the Titanic.

The Tragedy of the Titanic. © Allman/Toledo News-Bee. Wreck and Sinking of the Titanic (1912) p. 215. GGA Image ID # 1091a8d213

  1. Mr. James Anderson (40) Able Seaman [LB-16]
  2. Mr. John Anderson (41) Able Seaman [LB-16]
  3. Mr. Ernest Edward Archer (36) Able Seaman [LB-3]
  4. Mr. Joseph Henry Bailey (43) Master-at-arms [LB-16]
  5. Mr. T. Bradley (29) Able Seaman [P-BNR]
  6. Mr. Walter T. Brice (42) Able Seaman [LB-11]
  7. Mr. Arthur John Bright (41) Quartermaster [LB-D]
  8. Mr. Edward John Buley (27) Able Seaman [LB-10]
  9. Mr. Frederick Clench (34) Able Seaman [LB-12]
  10. Mr. George James Clench (31) Able Seaman [P-BNR]
  11. Mr. Frank Couch (28) Able Seaman [253-MB]
  12. Mr. Stephen James Davis (39) Able Seaman [P-BNR]
  13. Mr. Alfred Frank Evans (24)  Lookout [LB-15]
  14. Mr. Frank Oliver Evans (24) Able Seaman [LB-10]
  15. Mr. Frederick Fleet (24) Lookout [LB-6]
  16. Mr. John Foley (44)  Storekeeper [LB-4]
  17. Mr. James Forward (27) Able Seaman [LB-16]
  18. Mr. Albert M. Haines (31) Boatswain [LB-9]
  19. Mr. William Harder (39) Window Cleaner [LB-14]
  20. Mr. Samuel Ernest Hemming (43) Lamp Trimmer [LB-4]
  21. Mr. Robert Hichens (29) Quartermaster [LB-6]
  22. Mr. George Alfred Hogg (29) Lookout [LB-7]
  23. Mr. Harry Holman (27) Able Seaman [LB-7]
  24. Mr. Robert John Hopkins (40) Able Seaman [LB-13]
  25. Mr. Albert Edward James Horswill (33) Able Seaman [LB-1]
  26. Mr. Sidney James Humphreys (48) Quartermaster [LB-11]
  27. Mr. John Hall Hutchinson (26) Carpenter/Joiner [170-MB]
  28. Mr. Archie Jewell (23) Lookout [LB-7]
  29. Mr. Thomas William Jones (32) Able Seaman [LB-8]
  30. Mr. Thomas W. King (43) Master-at-arms [P-BNR]
  31. Mr. Reginald Robinson Lee (41) Lookout [LB-13]
  32. Mr. William A. Lucas (25) Able Seaman [LB-D]
  33. Mr. William Henry Lyons (26) Able Seaman [LB-4]
  34. Mr. David Matherson (30) Able Seaman [192-MB]
  35. Mr. Montague Vincent Mathais (27) Mess Steward [123-MB]
  36. Mr. John Maxwell (31) Carpenter/Joiner [P-BNR]
  37. Mr. William McCarthy (47) Able Seaman [LB-4]
  38. Mr. James R. McGough (25) Able Seaman [LB-9]
  39. Mr. George Alfred Moore (32) Able Seaman [LB-3]
  40. Mr. Alfred Nichols (42) Boatswain [P-BNR]
  41. Dr. William Francis Norman O'Loughlin (62) Surgeon [P-BNR]
  42. Mr. Alfred Olliver (27) Quartermaster [LB-5]
  43. Mr. Frank Osman (28) Able Seaman [LB-2]
  44. Mr. Charles H. Pascoe (43) Able Seaman [LB-8]
  45. Mr. Walter John Perkis (37) Quartermaster [LB-4]
  46. Mr. William Chapman Peters (26) Able Seaman [LB-9]
  47. Mr. John Thomas Poingdestre (33) Able Seaman [LB-12]
  48. Mr. George Thomas Rowe (32) Quartermaster [LB-C]
  49. Mr. Robert James Sawyer (30)  Window Cleaner [P-BNR]
  50. Mr. Joseph George Scarrott (33) Able Seaman [LB-14]
  51. Dr. John Edward Simpson (37) Assistant Surgeon [P-BNR]
  52. Mr. William Smith (26) Able Seaman [P-BNR]
  53. Mr. George Thomas Macdonald Symons (24) Lookout [LB-1]
  54. Mr. Frederick Tamlyn (23)  Mess Steward [P-BNR]
  55. Mr. C. Taylor (35)  Able Seaman [P-BNR]
  56. Mr. Bertram Terrell (20)  Able Seaman [P-BNR]
  57. Mr. Philip Francis Vigott (32)  Able Seaman [LB-13]
  58. Mr. William Clifford Weller (30) Able Seaman [LB-7]
  59. Mr. Walter Wynn (41)  Quartermaster [LB-9]

Legend For Survivor or Lost Passengers and Crew Members

  • LB-# or A-D - Survivor on Lifeboat 1-16 or Collapsible Lifeboat A-D
  • P-BNR - Perished, Body Not Recovered or Body Not Identified
  • MB – CS Mackay-Bennett (bodies 1–306)
  • M – CS Minia (bodies 307–323)
  • MM – CGS Montmagny (bodies 326–329)
  • A – SS Algerine (body 330)
  • O – RMS Oceanic (bodies 331–333)
  • I – SS Ilford (body 334)
  • OT – SS Ottawa (body 335)

Numbers 324 and 325 were unused, and the six bodies buried at sea by the Carpathia also went unnumbered. Several recovered bodies were unidentifiable and thus not all numbers are matched with a person.

Upon recovery, the bodies of 209 identified and unidentified victims of the sinking were brought to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Of those, 121 were taken to the non-denominational Fairview Lawn Cemetery, 59 were repatriated, 19 were buried in the Roman Catholic Mount Olivet Cemetery, and 10 were taken to the Jewish Baron de Hirsch Cemetery. The bodies of the remaining recovered victims were either delivered to family members or buried at sea.

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