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Titanic Passengers and Crew: Further developments

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  • Albert Akerman (c.1884 - 1912)
    Name: Mr Albert Akerman Age: 28 years Last Residence: in Southampton Hampshire England Occupation: Steward Victualling crew First Embarked: Southampton Died in the sinking. Body Not Recov...
  • William Wilton (1867 - 1912)
    Name: Mr William Wilton Age: 45 years Marital Status: Married. Last Residence: in Southampton Hampshire England Occupation: Trimmer Engine crew First Embarked: Southampton Died in the...
  • John George "Jack" Phillips (1887 - 1912)
    Name: Mr John George Phillips Born: Monday 11th April 1887 Age: 25 years Marital Status: Single. Last Residence: in Godalming Surrey England Occupation: Telegraphist Victualling crew ...
  • Jacques Heath Futrelle (1875 - 1912)
    Name: Mr Jacques Heath Futrelle Born: Friday 9th April 1875 Age: 37 years Last Residence: in London London England Occupation: Writer 1st Class passenger First Embarked: Southampton on ...
  • Frederick Charles Marsh (1873 - 1912)
    Mr Frederick Charles Marsh Age: 39 years Marital Status: Married. Last Residence: in Southampton Hampshire England Occupation: Fireman / Stoker Engine crew First Embarked: Southampton...

Further Developments relating to Titanic Profiles

The Titanic project team has added the profiles of the Passengers and Crew of the Titanic to Geni, based on the information from various online sources - primarily Encyclopedia Titanica.

Passenger and Crew Lists

There are separate project pages for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Class passengers, and the Crew has been added to 2 project pages - Engineering crew and all others.

The profiles have at this stage been briefly explored and trees added where information was readily available. The intention is to expand and research as many of the profiles and trees as possible.

Some will sadly remain as single entries as so little is known about them.

Others have already been linked to the "Big Tree."

We have been contacted by some living descendants and also people who think their family is connected.

All avenues will be explored and we welcome enquiries from any interested parties.

Please contact one of the following Curators who can help.

We have either been contacted about profiles or they been linked to other trees. We will be researching them further where possible.

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