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Amelia Lemore grew up in England and married James Lemore, a black man who sold medical equipment in London. She survived the sinking and went on to work as a secretary in Chicago.

AMELIA (HUNT) LEMORE (Second class) - Photos - Take a look at the faces of Titanic passengers & crew

Amelia (Hunt) Lemore (Second Class) Amelia Lemore grew up in England and married James Lemore, a black mane who sold medical equipment in London. She survived the sinking and went on to work as a secretary in Chicago.

Titanic Second Officer Charles Lightoller knew the real reason why Titanic hit the iceburg and sank. He protected White Star and kept the info to himself except for telling his beloved wife. He followed the "Women and Children" rule and dove into the ocean as it sank. He lead a group of others in staying afloat on an overturned lifeboat. He was the last survivor to board the Carpathia. His is a story worth reading. His version of what happened to Titanic is incredible.

Revealed after 98 years: The REAL reason why the Titanic hit that iceberg

Titanic-Second-Officer-Charles-Lightoller- highest ranking officer to survive- the last survivor taken aboard Carpathia. His granddaughter has revealed that a steering error was made in trying to avoid the iceberg that night among other details.

Sealed Orders: A Titanic survivor's classic tale of love and fate.  Sealed Orders:  By HELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE -  Originally published in Collier's Weekly, 4 May 1912 “Those who love them call them gone but they live with a virility immortal.” "Mrs. Candee was a passenger on the Titanic, returning to America after a winter of literary work abroad. She has written impersonally a narrative so vivid that the imagination cannot escape from it." * Brilliant written account of the incident.Great…

Helen Churchill Candee, a Titanic survivor, returning to America after a winter of literary work abroad.

(Colonel Archibald Gracie) Sadly, after this fifty-three year old survived the harrowing experience of being pulled under as Titanic sank, he died only eight months later, the last chapter of his account unwritten. It is said that he never recovered fully either emotionally or physically from his experience.

Colonel Archibald Gracie IV survior but dies in dec

Edwina Troutt, Titanic survivor died in 1984. She was 27 years old when she survived the Titanic sinking, was a beloved guest at Titanic conventions and continued to attend even into her late 90s. She died in California at the age of 100. Edwina never let the Titanic sinking spook her: She made several Atlantic crossings throughout her life.

Edwina Troutt : A Titanic survivor who died in She was 27 years old when she survived the Titanic sinking.

The incredible story of two #Titanic survivors and tennis icons - including one who refused to have frostbitten legs amputated and won U.S. Open twice (!!)

The incredible story of two Titanic survivors and tennis icons - including one who refused to have frostbitten legs amputated and won U.S. Open TWICE

Karl Behr - The incredible story of two Titanic survivors and tennis icons - including one who refused to have frostbitten legs amputated and won U.

Patricia Watt with her husband David, holds a picture of her grandfather George Mackie, who died on Titanic

Haunting pictures of boots and a coat at Titanic wreck site illustrate the human cost of the tragedy 100 years after ship sank

*MEMORIAL CRUISE ~ 100 years after the Titanic Sank, Patricia Watt (right) posing with her husband David, holds a picture of her grandfather George Mackie.

Colonel John Jacob Astor, the richest man aboard the RMS Titanic.

Astor's son, John-Jacob-Astor IV He died in the wreck of the Titanic.

Lookout crew; Frederick was buried in a pauper's grave at Hollybrook Cemetery, in Southampton. The grave went unmarked until 1993, when a headstone bearing an engraving of Titanic was erected through donations by the Titanic Historical Society.

Frederick was buried in a pauper's grave at Hollybrook Cemetery, in Southampton. The grave went unmarked until when a headstone bearing an engraving of Titanic was erected through donations by the Titanic Historical Society.

Violet Jessop, ocean liner stewardess and survivor of both the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and the HMHS Brittanic.

Violet Constance Jessop was an ocean liner stewardess and nurse who achieved fame by surviving the disastrous sinkings of sister ships RMS Titanic and HMHS Britannic in 1912 and 1916 respectively. In addition

While others rushed to the lifeboats as the ship sank, millionaire Benjamin Guggenheim stoically sat sipping brandy with his personal secretary Victor Giglio, declaring they were 'prepared to go down like gentlemen'. RMS Titanic

Ben Guggenheim: While others rushed to the lifeboats as the ship sank, millionaire Benjamin Guggenheim stoically sat sipping brandy with his personal secretary Victor Giglio, declaring they were 'prepared to go down like gentlemen'.

Mary Fortune, a resident in Winnipeg, Manitoba, boarded the Titanic at Southampton with her husband Mark, their three daughters Alice Elizabeth, Ethel Flora and Mabel, and their son, Charles Alexander Fortune. They travelled as 1st class passengers. Mary and her daughters were rescued in lifeboat 10. Mark and Charles were lost in the sinking, their bodies were never recovered.

*MARY FORTUNE ~ and her daughters, Mabel, Ethel and Alice, survived the sinking of the Titanic.

Famous Passengers Booked for the Ship's Next Voyage    The Titanic’s return trip to England was scheduled to begin on April 20. Among the more famous names who had apparently booked passage:    • Henry Adams, descendant of two presidents and author of “The Education of Henry Adams.”    • John Alden Dix, then governor of New York.(above)    • J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the White Star Line. A survivor of the Titanic disaster, Ismay was portrayed as a villain in many accounts.

Seven Famous People Who Missed the Titanic

*TITANIC ~ Famous Passengers Booked for the Ship's Next Voyage The Titanic’s return trip to England was scheduled to begin on April Among the more famous names who had apparently booked passage:

Father Thomas Byles - St. Helen's Parish in Ongar, Essex. He refused a lifeboat staying to help women and children to lifeboats, hearing confessions and absolution.  He went down with the ship and those he stayed with to give comfort to.

Father Thomas Byles of St. Helen's Parish in Ongar, Essex, refused a lifeboat, staying to help women and children to lifeboats, hearing confessions and absolution. He went down with the ship and those he stayed with to give comfort to.

The "Real" Rose Calvert from Titanic

The "Real" Rose Calvert From Titanic

A fascinating look at Beatrice Wood, the woman James Cameron modeled Rose Dewitt Bukater Calvert after in the movie "Titanic.

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