Ian Uys

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Mr. Hudson Joshua Creighton Allison and his wife, Mrs. Bess Waldo Daniels Allison - The couple perished with their daughter Helen Loraine

*HUDSON & BESS ALLISON: Bess was one of four first class ladies to die in the Titanic wreck. She refused to get in a lifeboat without her son, who had already been taken aboard one with his nanny, unbeknownst to Bess.

Hilda Slayter was a second-class survivor of Titanic. She had just bought her satin opal and pearl wedding dress and was returning to her soon-to-be husband. She survived the sinking in Lifeboat 13. Lost in the sinking was her luggage which included $4000 worth of wedding clothes and another $3000 of  blouses and a dress. Ms. Slayter married on June 1, 1912 and lived to be 83-years-old.

Courtesy of Alan Hustak Hilda Mary Slayter the daughter of a prominent Halifax doctor, knew nothing about Titanic until she boarded the tender that took her to the huge ship anchored off shore in Queenstown harbor.

Quigg Edmond Baxter (24) The night of Titanic's sinking he made sure his mother, sister, as well as Berthe, (who didn't want to get into the boat without Quigg) were secured in a lifeboat. His last words to his girls was "Au revoir bon espoirvous autres"-Goodbye and keep your spirits up everyone! He waved his last goodbye-as he perished later that night with the Titanic.

Quigg Edmond Baxter The night of Titanic's sinking he made sure his mother, sister, as well as Berthe, (who didn't want to get into the boat without Quigg) were secured in a lifeboat.

William Thomas Stead, passenger on the Titanic from Middlesex, England. He boarded at Southampton, England as a first class passenger. Ticket #113514. Cabin number: C-87. William Thomas Stead was lost in the sinking of titanic on 15 Apr 1912, his body was not recovered.

*WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD ~ passenger on the Titanic from Middlesex, England. He boarded at Southampton, England as a first class passenger. Ticket Cabin number: William Thomas Stead was lost in the sinking of titanic on 15 Apr his body was not recovered.

Carried ashore in New York with feet crushed and frostbitten Mr Harold Bride, second wireless operator of the Titanic, leaving the RMS Carpathia. (Topham/Topham Picturepoint/PA Images)

*TITANIC SURVIVOR ~ Carried ashore in New York with feet crushed and frostbitten Mr Harold Bride, second wireless operator of the Titanic, leaving the RMS Carpathia.

Mark Fortune, a Winnipeg real estate tycoon traveling with his wife Mary and their 4 children on Titanic. Mark and their son Charles both died in the sinking.

Mark Fortune, a Winnipeg real estate tycoon traveling with his wife Mary and their 4 children on Titanic. Mark and their son Charles both died in the sinking.

William Murdoch - 1st officer of the Titanic -- also looks like my friend Richard AND Edison!

William McMaster Murdoch RMS Titanic's First Officer. Wallpaper and background photos of William McMaster Murdoch for fans of R.

Titanic's secret saviour: The extraordinary story of the Countess of Rothes, an unsung hero of the 1912 disaster (see video from 1912) | Daily Mail

One of the elite passengers onboard the ship was Lucy Noël Martha (Noëlle)…