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Jack Prideaux, 3rd Class Titanic Steward Jack Prideaux, who was born in Southampton, was one of the stewards on board Titanic. There were over 300 stewards working on the ship, looking after the needs of passengers. Prideaux was assigned to care for those in Third Class. The 23 year old died when Titanic sank, his body was never found.

Third-Class Titanic Steward, Jack Prideaux, was born in Southampton. There were over 300 stewards working on the ship, looking after the needs of passengers. The died when Titanic sank.

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.

"Lost child of the Titanic and the fraud that haunted her family. DNA tests have helped solve what has been called the Titanic's last mystery." - The Telegraph #titanic #dna

"Lost child of the Titanic and the fraud that haunted her family. DNA tests have helped solve what has been called the Titanic's last mystery." - The Telegraph What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

Do you know who Charles Joughin is? Well you should.  His story of surviving the Titanic is most extraordinary. After fortifying his body with two bottles of whiskey, Joughin rode the Titanic into the ocean similar to Jack and Rose in the movie and simply stepped off the bow without even getting his head wet, then spent 3 hours in the frigid waters before being rescued.  He was one of only a few survivors to weather the icy wet conditions. Many attribute this to the whiskey.

After fortifying his body with two bottles of whiskey, Charles Joughin rode the Titanic into the ocean and simply stepped off the bow without even getting his head wet, then spent 3 hours in the frigid waters before being rescued.

The dramatic first-hand account of Jack Thayer, a 17-year-old survivor of the sinking of the Titanic, is to be published next month after lying almost forgotten for decades.

The dramatic first-hand account of Jack Thayer, a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic, is to be published next month after lying almost forgotten for decades. Should be published by now