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TITANIC PASSENGERS

TITANIC PASSENGERS

BY Jerrin Jimmy

 

There were 324 first class passengers aboard Titanic.

There were 285 second class passengers aboard Titanic.

There were 719 third class passengers aboard Titanic.

This table shows this information as percentages.

CLASS OF PASSENGERS PERCENTAGE

FIRST (24%) 24

SECOND (21%) 21

THIRD (54%) 54

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There were no first or second class passengers as labourers, because they had no money. All the passengers that were labourers were third class because they were to poor to afford 1st class ticket.

530 passengers have no information about them.


I chose to research Mr Walter Harris.


He was 30 years. He came from 47 Granville Road, Walthamstow in England. He boarded the Titanic at Southampton.

First class passengers had more chance of survival because they got first choice to go on the lifeboats.

Yes, women had more chance of survival because women got into a lifeboat first. There were not enough lifeboats to save everyone.


CAPTAIN EDWARD JOHN SMITH

Captain Edward John Smith was 62, was born in Hinckley, stroke-on-Trent on the 27th of January 1850.The son of Potter. Edward Smith and Catherine Smith. His parents later owned a shop.

Edward John Smith was in the Etruria British School until the age of 13 he went to Liverpool searching for a career. On the night when the titanic was sinking the captain said” every women and children first and every man for himself.


C.H Lightoller

Was an officer on board. Born on 30th March 1874 8th December1952 was the (second mate officer) on board Rms Titanic, and the Most senior officer to survive the sad disaster.

 

Thomas Andrews

Were an Irish businessman and shipbuilder, managing director and head of drafting department for the ship building company Harland and Wolff in Belfast. Thomas Andrew sank with the Titanic, his body was not recovered.