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Titanic Survivors on Lifeboat 10

Lifeboat 10, the 7th one launched at 1:20 am, located on the boat deck, port side, with 33 occupants comprised of 8 First Class, 16 Second Class, 5 Third Class and 4 Crew Members (23 Women and 10 Men). Capacity for the lifeboat was 65 (51% of Capacity).

Facts About Lifeboat 10

  • as the only Japanese passenger was Mr Masabumi Hosono, an official of Japan's Transportation Ministry, who left in Lifeboat 10.
  • 1:20 a.m.: Lifeboat 10 I Lifeboat 10, on the port side of the Boat deck, was lowered. By this time, one hour and forty minutes after Titanic had struck the iceberg, almost everyone was aware that the ship was in grave peril.
  • (The Sun, New York, April 21, 1912) A man in woman's clothes was among the survivors in lifeboat 10
  • Juliette and Joseph Laroche, along with their daughters Simonne and Louise, took the fateful Titanic voyage in 1912. ... Joseph died on the sinking ship that night, but Juliette and the girls are believed to have left the ship in Lifeboat 10.

First Class Passengers

  1. Miss Kornelia Theodosia Andrews, (62)  Hudson, New York, US [LB-10]
  2. Mrs. Mary Fortune (née McDougald) (60)  Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada [LB-10]
  3. Miss Ethel Flora Fortune, (28)  Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada [LB-10]
  4. Miss Alice Elizabeth Fortune, (24)  Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada [LB-10]
  5. Miss Mabel Helen Fortune, (23)  Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada [LB-10]
  6. Mrs. Anna Louisa Hogeboom (née Andrews) (51)  Hudson, New York, US [LB-10]
  7. Miss Gretchen Fiske Longley, (21)  Hudson, New York, US [LB-10]
  8. Mrs. Mary Graham Carmichael Marvin (née Farquarson) (18)  New York, New York, US [LB-10]

Second Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Anna Abelson (née Wizosky?) (28)  Russia [LB-10]
  2. Mrs. Ada E. Ball (née Hall) (36)  Bristol, Avon, England [LB-10]
  3. Mrs. Lulu Thorne Drew (née Christian) (34)  Greenport, New York, US [LB-10]
  4. Master Marshall Brines Drew, (8)  Greenport, New York, US [LB-10]
  5. Mrs. Annie Margaret Hold (née Hill) (29)  Porthoustock, Cornwall, England [LB-10]
  6. Mr. Masabumi Hosono, (41)  Tokyo, Japan [LB-10]
  7. Miss Nora Agnes Keane, (46)  Castleconnell, Limerick, Ireland[note 1] [LB-10]
  8. Mrs. Antoinette Marie Mallet (née Magnin) (24)  Montreal, Quebec, Canada [LB-10]
  9. Master André Clément Mallet, (1)  Montreal, Quebec, Canada [LB-10]
  10. Miss Anna Sinkkonen, (30)  Turku, Finland, Russian Empire[note 6] [LB-10]
  11. Mr. Ernst Adolf Sjöstedt, (30)  Hjo, Västergötland, Sweden [LB-10]
  12. Mrs. Florence Louise Ware (née Long) (31)  Bristol, Avon, England [LB-10]
  13. Mrs. Mathilde Françoise Weisz (née Pëde) (37)  Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England [LB-10]
  14. Mrs. Ada Mary West (née Worth) (33)  Bournemouth, Dorset, England [LB-10]
  15. Miss Constance Mirium West, (4)  Bournemouth, Dorset, England [LB-10]
  16. Miss Barbara Joyce West, (10 mo.)  Bournemouth, Dorset, England [LB-10]

Third Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Eva Georgetta Dean (née Light) (32)  Wichita, Kansas, US [LB-10]
  2. Master Bertram Vere Dean, (1)  Wichita, Kansas, US [LB-10]
  3. Miss Elizabeth Gladys "Millvina" Dean, (2 mo.)  Wichita, Kansas, US [LB-10]
  4. Mr. Neshan Krekorian, (25)  Brantford, Ontario, Canada [LB-10]
  5. Mrs. Florence Kate Thorneycroft (née Stears) (32)  Clinton, New York, US [LB-10]

Deck Crew

  1. Mr. Edward John Buley, (27)  Able Seaman [LB-10]
  2. Mr. Frank Oliver Evans, (24)  Able Seaman [LB-10]

Engineering Crew

  1. Mr. Charles Rice, (32) Fireman/Stoker [LB-10]

Victualling Crew

  1. Mr. William Burke, (31) Saloon Steward [LB-10]

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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