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VIOLET JESSOP   Violet Jessop is famous for surviving the sinking of the Titanic, Olympic and Britannic. Violet was a Ocean Liner Stewardess and a nurse. Violet was ushered on the deck as an example of how to behave to non-english speaking passengers. In her book, "Titanic Survivor" Violet remembered that she was in lifeboat No.16 and was handed a baby to look after. On the ship Carpathia, A woman ran off with the baby without a word.    Violet died in 1971 of heart failure.

Violet Constance Jessop, an ocean liner stewardess & nurse, who survived the sinking of both the Titanic & Britannic.

Violet Constance Jessop (1887)

Violet Constance Jessop (1887)

Ruth Becker, titanic survivor. Ruth was twelve when the ship sank, when she was unable to get into a lifeboat with her family she was left on board alone until a passing steward threw her to a lifeboat that was being lowered. She never spoke of the Titanic, her own children never knew she was on board, until she was elderly. Her ashes were scattered over the titanic site in the Atlantic ocean...

Ruth Becker was 12 years old in 1912 when she and her family travelled on the Titanic. After the sinking, she survived in Lifeboat She even narrated her story in one of the Scholastic Books - Finding the Titanic.

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Weird Weekly Wiki: Violet Jessop survived the sinkings of all three White Star Line Ships , Titanic, Olympic and Britannic

Survivor Laura M. Cribb, third class passenger. She was 16 years old. Boarded Titanic with her father, John Hatfield Cribb. She survived, her father did not.

*LAURA MARY a third-class passenger Going down with the ship was her father, John Hatfield Cribb.

Lucy Noel Martha Leslie, the Countess of Rothes, apparently showed great courage during the sinking of the Titanic, taking control of her lifeboat and steering 35 passengers to safety where the Carpathia rescued them five hours later. (Getty Images) titanic

*LUCY NOEL MARTHA LESLIE: Countess of Rothes, apparently showed great courage during the sinking of the Titanic, taking control of her lifeboat and steering 35 passengers to safety where the Carpathia rescued them five hours later.

The last living male survivor of the Titanic - pictured at left after the ship's sinking.  He died in France in 2001.

New York." Brothers Michel ("Lolo") and Edmond Navratil, ages 4 and whose father perished when the RMS Titanic sank 100 years ago today, and were known as the "Titanic orphans" until their mother was located in France.

At the time of Titanic's voyage, Mary Davis was a young English woman who was sailing to New York in the hopes of finding work. She survived the sinking, and later married and had one child. Davis lived to be older than any other Titanic survivor, dying in 1987 in Syracuse, New York at the age of 104.

ROBERT HICHENS (Crew) - Photos - Take a look at the faces of Titanic passengers & crew

Titanic historian Phil Gowan gives The Daily News a rare glimpse at photos of passengers and crew of the ship that has captured the world's heart.

W. T. Bralley, a member of the Titanic's band, was one of the eight musicians who died at their post when the ship sank. Survivors said the band played on until the water was over their feet.

Bralley, a member of the Titanic& band, was one of the eight musicians who died at their post when the ship sank. Survivors said the band played on until the water was over their feet.

Maggie Brown - Most people will remember her from the Titanic movie, but according to our tour guide, she was quite as abrasive as Kathy Bates portrayed her. And she wasn't some backwater ignorant redneck. At the time of the Titanic sinking she spoke 6 languages and acted as a translator and advocate for the immigrant widows who survived the wreck.

Maggie Brown wasn't some backwater ignorant redneck. At the time of the Titanic sinking she spoke 6 languages and acted as a translator and advocate for the immigrant widows who survived the wreck.

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