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Titanic Survivors on Collapsible Lifeboat D

Collapsible Lifeboat D, the 18th one launched at 2:05 am, located on the officers' deck, port side, with 21 occupants comprised of 8 First Class, 2 Second Class, 8 Third Class, and 3 Crew Members (11 Women and 10 Men). Capacity for the lifeboat was 49 (43% of Capacity).

Facts About Collapsible Lifeboat D

  • Collapsible Boat D was the third collapsible to be launched
  • Collapsible boat D This was the last lifeboat to leave the Titanic and it reached the Carpathia at 7 a.m.
  • The last lifeboat to be launched from the Titanic was collapsible boat D, forward on the port side, lowered by the davits
  • It went off at 2.05am, when the Titanic had barely fifteen minutes to live.
  • At 2:05 a.m., the Engelhardt collapsible Boat D was sent down with forty-four occupants including forty women and children, two crewmen,
  • Lightoller had crew members lock arms around collapsible D
  • When Boat 'D' left at 2.05am with 44 people on board, water was already pouring onto the forward end of 'A' deck

First Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Mauritz Håkan Björnström-Steffanson (28)  Stockholm, Sweden
  2. Mrs. Caroline Lane (née Lamson) Brown (59)  Belmont, Massachusetts, US
  3. Mrs. Lily May (née Peel) Futrelle (35)  Scituate, Massachusetts, US
  4. Mrs. Irene (née Wallach) Harris (35)  New York, New York, US
  5. Mr. Frederick Maxfield Hoyt (35)  New York, New York, US
  6. Mrs. Jane Anne Hoyt (née Forby) (31)  New York, New York, US
  7. Mrs. Gertrude Maybelle Thorne (née McMinn) (37)  New York, New York, US
  8. Mr. Hugh Woolner (45)  London, England, UK

Second Class Passengers

  1. Master Michel Marcel Navratil (3)  Nice, France
  2. Master Edmond Roger Navratil (2)  Nice, France

Third Class Passengers

  1. Miss Erna Alexandra Andersson (17)  New York City
  2. Mrs. Maria Mathilda Backström (née Gustafsson) (33)  New York City
  3. Master Makhkhul Butrus-Youssef (4)  Detroit, Michigan, US
  4. Mr. Joseph Pierre Duquemin (19)  Albion, New York, US
  5. Miss Annie Jane Jermyn (26)  East Lynn, Massachusetts, US
  6. Miss Mary Kelly (22)  New York City
  7. Miss Berta Olivia Nilsson (18)  Missoula, Montana, US
  8. Miss Bridget O'Driscoll (24)  Jersey City, New Jersey, US

Deck Crew

  1. Mr. Arthur John Bright (41)  Quartermaster
  2. Mr. William A. Lucas (25)  Able Seaman

Victualling Crew

  1. Mr. John T. Hardy (37)  Chief 2nd Class Steward

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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