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Titanic Passengers - Third Class

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  • Virginia Ethel Emanuel (1907 - 1972)
    Name: Miss Virginia Ethel Emanuel Born: 1907 Age: 5 years Last Residence: in New York City New York United States 3rd Class passenger First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1...
  • Kate Hargadon (1894 - 1912)
    Name: Miss Catherine "Kate" Hargadon Born: Tuesday 22nd May 1894 Age: 17 years Marital Status: Single. Last Residence: in Ballisodare Sligo Ireland 3rd Class passenger First Embarked: Q...
  • Catherine Bourke (1880 - 1912)
    On the night of the sinking she is reported to have suggested that the 14-strong in her group kneel in prayer and recite the Rosary. Catherine did find her way, with Mary, into lifeboat 16 and there wa...
  • Mathilde Lefèbvre (1899 - 1912)
    Titanica Name: Miss Mathilde Lefebvre Born: Thursday 4th May 1899 Age: 12 years 3rd Class passenger First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912 Ticket No. 4133 , £25 9...
  • John Bourke (1869 - 1912)
    Mr John Bourke, 28, a farmer from Carrowskehine, was born in May 1869 the son of William Bourke and Mary O'Boyle. On 17 January 1911 he was married to Catherine McHugh of Tawnagh, Co Mayo. John, his wi...

Titanic Passengers - Third Class

This a sub project of the RMA 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 (maiden names for women)

Information about the third class passengers can be found here

How many third 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.

The official number of third class passengers varies according to the source.

  • Third class passengers 710
  • Third class survivors 174
  • Percentage survived 24.5 %
  • Third class casualties 536
  • Casualty percentage 75.5 %
  • 168 men, 93 women and 24 children
  • survived the disaster - 14 men, 80 women and 24 children

Passengers traveling third class

Third-class, or steerage passengers were primarily immigrants, hoping to start new lives in the United States and Canada. Third class passengers paid between £7 (£514 today) and £9 (£660 today) for their ticket, depending on their place of origin; ticket prices often included the price of rail travel to the three departure ports. Tickets for children cost £3 (£220 today)

Key:

S - Survivor

C - Casualty

Names in Blue, Bold Italics were survivors.

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