No. Samuel Rule thought there were 68 in it, including five women and three children, i. e. 60 men. Their wedding ring was left in the boat, however. Our lifeboat reached the Carpathia at 7.30 a. m. We were one of the last boats to be picked up. About 20 or 22 ladies had found seats in the boat, including Mrs. Straus' maid and Mrs. Allison's maid. About 30-32 passengers were in it and there were ten or eleven crewmen and two stewardesses; probably no more than 45 in total when lowered. Hays (Mrs C. M.), The boat nearly came on top of boat 13 when lowered away but disaster was avoided at the last moment. The first lifeboat lowered on the starboard side. ), He noticed a Swedish man holding on to his wife, who was in the sea and did not have the strength to get into the boat. As we started out from our staterooms orders were being shouted to put on life belts. It seems likely steward Rule was close to the truth; he testified at the British Inquiry, but he was recalled a few days later and was more or less forced to take back what he had said.The boat nearly came on top of boat 13 when lowered away but disaster was avoided at the last moment. Margaret Hays brought her Pomeranian dog into the boat, which was not very crowded. ), Charles (William). Leader (Mrs F. Brown (miss Edith), Mrs. Cardeza was quoted as having seen Ismay choosing the lifeboat crew for the boat in which he, Ismay, escaped, and Mr. Cardeza allegedly was one of those. 12. No. Hocking (Mrs. Elizabeth), Longley (miss G. R.), Mr. Ismay was directing the launching. When John Jacob Astor asked whether he might join his wife in the boat, seeing as she was in a ''delicate condition,'' he was stopped from doing so. Daniel (Sarah), Mrs. Penasco was persuaded to enter it together with her maid, Fermina Oliva. Hamalainer (Anna), "A Mrs. Davis and a little boy were in the boat with us, and she asked me what it was all about. Garside (miss Ethel), They entered boat 1 as did two American gentlemen; one of whom (Charles Stengel) had seen his wife into boat 5 a few minutes earlier. Mac Dearmont (miss Letitia), Lookout Hogg, according to Dorothy Gibson, wrapped a sail around one or two people in the boat since they were so cold. Come on, hurry!Â’ As I stepped into the boat, it was already moving downward. Frauenthal (Henry W.), Elle a 87 ans et voit Hollywood s’agenouiller devant son talent. The two ladies would correspond later in life. Préférant mourir que de donner sa main, Rose tentera même de se suicider. Some ladies from second class were assisted into the boat by the six or so stewards that Purser McElroy had ordered into the boat to help passengers. 12 and they reached the Carpathia, now under the command of Second Officer Lightoller, with about 60 people. One was unable to pull the long heavy oar with any strength and Mrs. The second boat lowered on the starboard side. Some of the men from the first and second class cabins were standing beside the officer. Titanic est un film dramatique américain écrit, produit et réalisé par James Cameron, sorti en 1997.. Intégrant à la fois des aspects historiques et fictionnels, le film est basé sur le récit du naufrage du RMS Titanic et met en vedette Leonardo DiCaprio et Kate Winslet.. Elle raconte l'histoire de deux jeunes passagers du paquebot Titanic en avril 1912. Estimates vary quite a bit, thus. Gracie (Colonel Archibald), Miss Edith Rosenbaum entered the boat, carrying with her a toy, a small pig playing music. B. Boat 15 was probably about the tenth or eleventh boat to reach the Carpathia. Bowerman (Mrs Elsie), After boat C had been lowered from the starboard side, the crew tried to fasten boat A to the davits, but there simply was no more time. They entered boat 1 as did two American gentlemen; one of whom (Charles Stengel) had seen his wife into boat 5 a few minutes earlier. Abelson (Anna), In all, there were probably a maximum of 24 people in the boat when lowered away. Alfred Nournay is said to have fired shots from his gun during the night, at least according to Antoinette Flegenheim(er). There were perhaps seven or eight ladies from first class, possibly 15 or more second class passengers, including Mr. Hosono, who jumped into it at the last moment and possibly ten or twelve third class passengers apart from the four crew in it; a total of perhaps 40 people. One of those who had been there looking after the boat was Second Officer Lightoller. 12Titanic lifeboat 12, probably the third boat lowered on the port side. Mrs. Sandström had nearly given up and thought they would not make it, when her steward found her (on deck) and calmed her down and helped the small family into the boat (it is implied that he also got into the boat with them). This collapsible boat was never launched as such from the Titanic. Victorine CHAUDANSON, bonne de la famille RYERSON. The second boat lowered on the starboard side. Mare (Mrs. Florence), Titanic collapsible lifeboat B. Mrs. Goldsmith thought there were 30 women, five crew and four Chinese and her son in the boat. No. Doling (Miss Elsie), Casselbere (miss D. D.), Mrs. Hoyt happened to be in this boat, but she did not know her husband was saved until they got aboard the Carpathia...'' (The Sun, April 23, 1912)There were probably about 20 or 22 (not quite half-filled) in it when he had been picked up. Twitter | Ils se rendent dans le Grand Escalier où ils apprennent par Thomas Andrews, le chef-constructeur du navire, que le Titanic va couler. 3Titanic lifeboat 3. Rose envie l’autonomie de Jack et son absence d’attaches. Dans le doute je les ai laissés. Very likely the first boat lowered on the port side. Doling (Mrs Ada), The boat was heavily loaded. Emock (Philip), Fortune (Mable), Christy (Miss Lulu), Stream ad … 13Titanic lifeboat 13. When the last swimmer arrived, there may have been about 30 people standing in the frail craft with water up to their knees. Hocking (Miss Nellie), No. Lines (Mrs. Ernest H.), Cameron (Miss Clear), Mrs. Hoyt happened to be in this boat, but she did not know her husband was saved until they got aboard the Carpathia...'' (The Sun, April 23, 1912). "As soon as the boat struck water, the seaman began pulling away with all their might. Durante (Leonora Asuncion), 13, into which she got without any problem. Titanic Collapsible Lifeboat ATitanic collapsible lifeboat A. We floated until dawn and were about one mile away from where the Titanic went down when the Carpathia picked us up....'' (New York Herald, Saturday, April 20, 1912)Several couples entered the boat, including the Kimballs, Goldenbergs, Chambers and Harders. Some ladies in the boat accused him of being a coward and/or drunk and there seems to have been some tension in the boat when rowing away. There may have been a fourth person rescued, even though some in the crew thought there were three saved and one died and another crewman said they found four, but two died. Margaret Hays brought her Pomeranian dog into the boat, which was not very crowded. 13 held perhaps 25 women and children, 15 or so male passengers and some 25 male crew members; 60 or perhaps a few more in total.When No. Cummings (Mrs J. It would seem likely that most of the passengers in this boat were second class ladies. 3 Sailors were ordered in to man the boat. 14 reached the Carpathia, after 7 o'clock in the morning, with perhaps 28 or so people on board. Swift: ''There were twenty-two persons, including three seamen and a steward, aboard our boat, and as we were suspended over the water far below Captain Smith tucked a loaf of bread in the bow, where there were two casks of water....Slowly we dropped down, down and down until the keel of our tiny craft struck the sea and the captain shouted to pull over to a red light in the distance...we also began to realize that the seamen were not oarsmen. Cette liste a été envoyée par TSF et transmise par l'agence Reuter de New-York. No. Carnacion (Renardom), 15 nearly came on top of it and disaster was avoided at the last second when someone found a knife to cut the ropes, allowing 13 to float away just before 15 reached the water. Later in the night, they encountered boat 16 and took a fireman from that boat to help with the rowing. Lavory (Bertha), Titanic Lifeboat No. Mr. Ismay was calm and cool and giving orders without any indication of fear. Another passenger mistook this and would later claim, rather upset, that a woman in the boat had a pig with her. Hososons (Miss E. Fame), "An officer was shouting, "'Come on here, lively now, this way, women and children' and before I knew what was happening we were in a lifeboat, and the boat was going down the side while the men stood back serious and sober, watching us. It is a bit unclear whether Second Officer Lightoller was supervising the loading of this boat. 5, did not turn back. This collapsible boat was never launched as such from the Titanic. Later in the night, they encountered boats 4, 10, 12 and D and officer Lowe decided to distribute his passengers among the others boats, wanting to go back to the wreckage to see if he could save people in the water. Mr. Hoyt leaped into the water and seized a piece of wreckage. In one interview he said that Mrs. Ruth Becker, the oldest, however, was told the boat was full and swiftly went to the next boat, i. e. No. He was let in, in the end. The sixth boat lowered on the starboard side. Hamalainer (Jeane), Mr. Ismay was directing the launching. Mrs Futrelle had been separated from her husband a bit earlier on in the night and had ended up near No. Second Officer Lightoller had managed to fit the collapsible boat into the now-empty davits of boat 1. Henry Sleeper Harper brought his small dog with him. (New York Herald, Friday, April 19, 1912) Titanic Lifeboat No. Kimberley (Mr Ed. TRI PAR VICTIME / SURVIVANT. 16Titanic lifeboat 16. On the way down we stopped at a lower deck and picked up one more lady. 8Titanic lifeboat 8. 14 - also, two or three crew from boat D came into No. Titanic Emergency Lifeboat No. Miss Bryhl said there were only six persons in the boat at the time for lowering, but that they picked up about 50 from the water. Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon with his wife and her secretary were among those few. Cavendish (Mrs Turrel) et sa femme de chambre, 13. Try it NowFull list of Titanic Survivors:Survivors of the Titanic DisasterTitanic survivors by Boat with a description of each lifeboat's escape:Titanic Emergency Lifeboat No. En dépit de toutes les théories qui tentent d'expliquer comment Jack aurait pu survivre au naufrage du Titanic, James Cameron révèle enfin pourquoi sa mort était inévitable. After having rowed away, they encountered boat 7 in mid-ocean and four people changed boats (cf. There were 28 or 29 people in the boat when lowered. Mais c’est le rôle de Rose Calvert, dans le chef d’œuvre de Cameron, Titanic, qui lui apporte une consécration mondiale. 13 was perhaps the seventh or eighth boat to reach the Carpathia. Ruth Becker, the oldest, however, was told the boat was full and swiftly went to the next boat, i. e. No. They rowed away as fast as they could and picked up nobody from the water. Paul-Romain Marie Léonce CHEVRÉ… (source : journal "Le Matin" du 17 avril 1912). Beckwith (Mr et Mrs R. L.), None appearing, and there being none visible on the deck, which was then brightly illuminated, the men were told to tumble in. Thomas Cardeza entered the boat with his valet, his mother and her maid. Quartermaster Robert Hichens was put in charge and he seemed slightly terrified. Amadil (miss Giorgetta), There may have been a fourth person rescued, even though some in the crew thought there were three saved and one died and another crewman said they found four, but two died. 9 into which she stepped. Bishop (Mr et Mrs D.), Herman (Miss Kate), Francatelli (Miss), Lowe thought that the crowd began to be unruly and men threatened to jump into it, so as a matter of precaution, he fired a few times in the air with his gun when the boat was lowered away. Hays (Mrs C. M.), ), Titanic Lifeboat No. Purser McElroy and First Officer Murdoch seem to have supervised the loading of this boat together. Hawksford (W. On the other hand, ten or twelve others were transferred into the boat from No. Estimates as to the number of people on it vary; there may have been upward of 30 people, mainly crewmen, on it to begin with, but some of the initial survivors died during the night; a number of two or three is mentioned. Bruce Ismay had been quite active on the starboard side all night, assisting passengers into boats, more or less urging them to get away. ), 11 was about the sixth or eighth boat to reach the Carpathia. B. Dans les années qui suivirent, le drame du Titanic fut commémoré dans le monde entier. We spent the night in the boat and were picked up at daybreak." There were 28 or 29 people in the boat when lowered. ), Harper (Miss), Ces archives sonores inédites sont illustrées par un épais livret de 88 pages, qui constitue un appel documentaire complet. 12 probably received ten or twelve additional survivors from No. When the last swimmer arrived, there may have been about 30 people standing in the frail craft with water up to their knees. After having rescued these people, they spotted waterfilled collapsible boat A and took the few people from it into boat 14. 11. 14 and other boats, the two able seamen, Frank Evans and Edward Buley were transferred to No. Her brother was taken care of by Mrs. Thorneycroft who was with them. Cet homme élégant, arrogant et égoïste est un véritable homme d'affaire et politicien. Dodge wrapped a blanked around him after his rescue. The fifth boat to be lowered from the starboard side. Fifth Officer Lowe took charge of the boat. Mrs. West and her two daughters found seats in the boat and Mrs. West would later claim that the boat was lowered at dangerous angles and she noticed that a baby was thrown in at the last moment, without its mother (as reported by others in the boat as well). When the crash came I took the children and went on deck. I hadn't more than got there when someone grabbed me, saying: "This way," and hustled me and the children up to the lifeboat. Le RMS Titanic était un paquebot britannique ayant fait naufrage lors de son voyage inaugural au large de Terre-Neuve, à la suite d’une collision avec un iceberg survenue dans la nuit du 14 avril 1912. It is possible that Mrs. Wells, a second class passenger, describes what happened in and near No. Longley (miss G. F.), Third Officer Pitman was sent in charge of the boat, having five other crew with him as well as two stewardesses. Titanic emergency lifeboat 2, the seventh boat loaded from the port side. Mais, les objets qui ont survécu au naufrage en sont aussi des témoignages. One hundred years after the RMS Titanic met its fatal end, the story of the tragic wreck continues to fascinate people worldwide. They did pick him up; the only person rescued from the water by the last boat which rowed away from the ship. Braham (Mrs), Three card sharps from first class seem to have found seats in the boat, there may have been a second class gentleman in it and the rest of the passengers from third class. Titanic lifeboat 16. David (miss Agnès), Cette liste a été envoyée par TSF et transmise par l'agence Reuter de New-York. 5 was one of the first boats to reach the Carpathia. Lamore (Mrs.), Chandison (Mrs Victorina), 5 was one of the first boats to reach the Carpathia. The boat had been lowered from the boat deck to A deck and there was some trouble before passengers could start entering it. Quiz Titanic : Savez-vous la vérité sur l'histoire du Titanic ? Our lifeboat did not return to the spot where the Titanic went down. The second boat lowered on the port side (even though No. With now some 40 or 42 people on board, they received another five or six from boat 14, to which they had been attached. Soon, the boat's keel was full of people.Trimmer James McGann was one of those who helped with boat B. Douglas (Mrs. Fred C.), Very likely the first boat lowered on the port side. A. People started climbing into it from the water (and there may have been some in it when it was washed away as well) and some people said that it was full of people within a rather short period of time. It is not easy to say how many people there were in this boat, but there were at least six male crew, three stewardesses and perhaps 30 passengers, mainly third class. La plupart d’entre eux étaient des employés du restaurant “A la Carte”, réservé aux passagers de première classe et géré par l’italien Luigi Gatti, qui avait déjà dirigé des restaurants de luxe comme celui-ci. As we got away, we saw a lot of wild eyed men come rushing up from steerage, but they were met by a man with a gun who pushed them back into a crowd of men and said, "Stand back there now, the first word out of you and I'll ----" I didn't catch the rest. Cherry (Gladys), Mrs. Harris, a first class passenger, thought there were 19 people in it, others estimated up to 30 and seaman Lucas thought there were 44 in it. 16: It is a thrilling story that Mrs. Wells tells of her night ride to safety. Titanic raconte la rencontre de deux êtres : Jack Dawson, un artiste retournant en Amérique après un séjour en Europe, et Rose DeWitt Bukater, jeune fille de l'aristocratie voguant vers Philadelphie afin d'y conclure un riche mariage. 11 was lowered to the A deck and several stewards were ordered into it to assist the passengers over the railing into the boat. Flegenheim (Miss Antoinetta), 10 was the last boat lowered from the port side. Several second class passengers entered it; Mrs. Becker and her two youngest children among them. Third class passenger Carla Andersen/Jensen, who lost brother, uncle and fiancÃ© was very likely in this boat. T-shirts homme et femme originaux sur le thème Titanic Designs d'artistes Plusieurs coupes Échanges gratuits Fabrication responsable I finally located Anna SjÃ¶blom, who had knocked on my cabin door to awaken me. Facebook | When No. Lindstroem (Mrs.), When they had been in the water for a while, they encountered boat 14 and other boats, and Fifth Officer Lowe distributed his passengers in order to go back to the wreckage to see if he could save anyone. Titanic: le récit des survivants publié dans Le Figaro en 1912. 14 was near the water, there was some sort of trouble and they let the boat drop three or four feet, which apparently led to the boat springing a leak and water started pouring into it, and some ladies had to take care of that problem. Genivez (Mr. Argene), Voici une liste des survivants du Titanic qui ont été recueillis à bord du Carpathia après le naufrage du Titanic. Chief Baker Joughin was near this boat and said that he more or less threw people into it. Mrs. Goldsmith and her young son Frank entered the boat with a few younger lady friends from England. Along with those present I entered the boat. Officer Murdoch had just lowered boats 7 and 5 and directed the lowering of No. Douglas (Miss Walter), One of those who had been there looking after the boat was Second Officer Lightoller. Cardeza (Mrs J. W.), There seems to have been very few women in/near boat 15. Mallett (jeune Andrero), Mentions légales | Titanic Lifeboat No. Healy (Miss Norah), When boats 7, 5 and 3 had been filled and lowered, few people remained on the forward starboard boat deck. Les 2 femmes notèrent le teint mat des deux frères et crurent déceler dans leurs façons de parler une pointe d’accent méridional. He tried to find women to fill it with, but had trouble in finding any. Drachensted (Alfred), In all, there were probably no more than 18 people in it. Their wedding ring was left in the boat, however. Le lendemain, Jack et Rose passent la journée ensemble sur le pont du Titanic, discutant de leur vie. After we were in I heard Mr. Ismay calling out, 'Are there any more to get into this boat? Finally, it drifted away from the wreckage area and fewer people came near it. Mrs. Sandström and her two small daughters, third class passengers en route to San Francisco, found seats in boat 13. Hogeboom (Mrs J. C.), Blank (Mr. H.), Brown (M. W. S.), In one interview he said that Mrs. Caldwell (Mr Albert), Lawrence Beesley, second class, wrote extensively about his experiences in boat 13 and the Caldwells also gave several accounts.Mrs. Duff Gordon (Mr Cosmo Edmund), The third boat to be lowered on the starboard side. ), Keane (miss Nora), Fifth Officer Lowe took charge of the boat. Hart (miss Eva), Mrs. Margaret Brown stated she was more or less thrown into it when it was about to be lowered away. Here, as the boat was lowered even with the deck, the women, about eight in number, were assisted by several of us over the rail of the steamer into the boat, and called repeatedly for more women. There were perhaps a dozen people on boat A. When they reached the water, it was discovered that there was no lamp in it and a sailor lighted a piece of rope to use as a light/signal. La liste ayant été établie aux Etats-Unis, certaines abréviations anglophones ont été utilisées. "I thought even then it was some sort of a drill or something, except that just as we went down I saw a revolver in an officer's hand. ), Steward Wheelton reported having guided about 40 women to the A deck and into No. Titanic: le récit des survivants publié dans Le Figaro en 1912. Balls (Mrs Ada E.), "Moi, John, 17 ans, miraculé du Titanic..." Au moment du naufrage, John B. Thayer Jr. voyageait avec ses parents. Miss Dagmar Bryhl tried to get the officer/s to let her brother and fiancÃ© come with her into the boat, but to no avail. Titanic emergency lifeboat 2, the seventh boat loaded from the port side.Fourth Officer Boxhall was sent in charge of this boat and he had another sailor, a steward and a kitchen hand with him. Les interprètes de ces derniers, alors quasiment inconnus du grand public, devinrent célèbres grâce au film. When the lifeboat was in the water, she realized her husband probably would not survived and had to be comforted by the Countess of Rothes. Warren thought there were 35 or 36 people in the boat, Officer Pitman estimated over 50, Karl Behr thought there were about 40, Mrs. Cassebeere thought 37 and Dr. Frauenthal stated 34, half of whom were men.There were probably 35 or 36 people in the boat when lowered. Sandström and her two small daughters, third class passengers en route to San Francisco, found seats in boat 13. Those near the boat seem to have been third class passengers, many from the Middle East. Mais si grand qu'il soit, le bilan de la catastrophe (au moins 1 502 victimes) n'est pas exceptionnel et le monde a connu depuis lors des naufrages plus meurtriers. Dans les années qui suivirent, le drame du Titanic fut commémoré dans le monde entier. Some of the socially most well-known ladies were gathered around the boat; the Astors, the Carters, the Wideners and the Thayers. The fourth/fifth/sixth boat to be lowered from the port side. Major Peuchen, who was allowed in because there were too few sailors around, said there were 20 women in it when they rowed away. Bowen (miss G. C.) Boat C was probably lowered away about 20 minutes before the ship sank.While rowing away from the ship four Chinese third class passengers were discovered in the bottom of the boat. Edward Beane had helped his wife into the ''ninth boat,'' and seeing there was room, he joined her in the boat; in a long interview in the Syracuse Herald, he said the boat was only half-filled and that he had had to jump into the sea and swim for a long time to reach it. It seems likely that the boat was lowered away with so few people in it so that the two collapsible boats nearby could be sent away as soon as possible. In the extremely cold water, people started dying and Richard Williams, who had seen his father disappear when they were swimming in the water and the funnel fell near them, estimated there were eleven who finally were rescued. 50 passagers Français étaient à bord du Titanic pour la traversée vers les Etats-Unis. 1, which had left 20-30 minutes earlier. The fourth boat lowered on the starboard side. Kenyman ou Kenyon (F. Dessett (miss), He stayed on the ship but later found refuge in boat 1. Colonel Gracie, a first class passenger, would later write a book about his experiences. Gercai (Mrs. Marcy). Officer Pitman said that he wanted to row back to look for survivors in the water, but apparently passengers persuaded him not to do this.Mrs. Mrs. Stengel did not want to leave her husband. While rowing away from the ship four Chinese third class passengers were discovered in the bottom of the boat. When no more ladies were to be found in the vicinity, some men passengers were let in. 11 was lowered to the A deck and several stewards were ordered into it to assist the passengers over the railing into the boat. The fourth/fifth/sixth boat lowered on the port side. Harris (George), Trimmer James McGann was one of those who helped with boat B. A. Son interprétation de Rose Calvert, la centenaire survivante du naufrage du «Titanic» dans le film éponyme de James Cameron, lui avait apporté une renommée internationale en 1997. Finally, it drifted away from the wreckage area and fewer people came near it. Blank (Mr. H.), Boats 1, 3, 5 and 7 held only passengers from first class besides the crew. Dodge and her son for example, due to the fact that Mrs. The officers were strict on the port side of the ship and allowed only women passengers to enter the boats. Steward Samuel Rule said in the British Inquiry that there was something of a rush when the officer had said they could fill the boat up with men standing by. It is probably safe to surmise that Daniel was in boat 7 when it was lowered away, as Col. Gracie suggested in his book.Estimates vary regarding how many there were in the boat; the Bishops thought 28 (but some may have been missed when they counted), James McGough also thought 28, Gilbert Tucker thought there were 29, Mrs. Flegenheimer estimated 30 and Alfred Omont thought they were 29.