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Titanic Passengers - Second Class

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Titanic Passengers - Second Class

This a sub project of the RMS Titanic project, the passenger list below is currently used as a worksheet while we are in the process of adding profiles. Here you can check if the profile you would like to add is added already Profiles currently on Geni :

Please add profiles with a link if they can be found on Geni (Arranged in alphabetical order)

Information about the first class passengers can be found here second class passenger list

How many second class passengers were onboard?

There are various figures quoted for the number of people on board the Titanic at the time of its sinking. Some sources quote 2223 people while others cite 2228. This is due to discrepancies, errors, and omissions in the original passenger lists.

Some crew members were listed as second class passengers, these profiles can be found in the crew listing.

The official number of second class passengers varies according to the source

  • Second class passengers 285
  • Second class survivors 119
  • Percentage survived 41.8 %
  • Second class casualties 166
  • Casualty percentage 58.2%
  • 168 men, 93 women and 24 children
  • survived the disaster - 14 men, 80 women and 24 children

Passengers traveling second class

Second class passengers were primarily leisure tourists, academics, members of the clergy and middle class English and American families. Although employed as crew members, the ship's band also had second class accommodations. The average ticket price for an adult second class passenger was £13, the equivalent of £954 today. and for many of these passengers, their travel experience on the Titanic was akin to travelling first class on smaller liners. Second class passengers had their own library and the men had access to a private smoking room. Second class children could read the children's books provided in the library or play deck quoits and shuffleboard on the second class promenade. Twelve year old Ruth Becker passed the time by pushing her two year old brother Richard around the enclosed promenade in a stroller provided by the White Star Line.


S - Survivor

C - Casualty

Guarantee Group

The Belfast team sent by shipbuilders Harland & Wolff to accompany the Titanic on her maiden voyage travelled as either 1st or 2nd Class Passengers. The following were those who travelled 2nd Class.

2nd Class passengers profiles on Geni