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David Blair could thank White Star line corporate red tape for saving his life. He had been appointed as second officer of the Titanic, sailing with her during her sea trials, and making the trip from Belfast to Southampton. But he was not on board when the Titanic set sail for America. It is thought that the White Star line wanted Chief Officer Henry Wilde to have experience aboard a ship (the Titanic) he might someday captain, so Wilde was transferred from the Olympic to the Titanic, and…

David Blair could thank White Star line corporate red tape for saving his life. He had been appointed as second officer of the Titanic, sailing with her during her sea trials, and making the trip from Belfast to Southampton. But he was not on board when the Titanic set sail for America. It is thought that the White Star line wanted Chief Officer Henry Wilde to have experience aboard a ship (the Titanic) he might someday captain, so Wilde was transferred from the Olympic to the Titanic, and…

John (Jack) George Phillips  As the Titanic was sinking, Phillips worked tirelessly to send wireless messages to other ships to enlist their assistance with the rescue of the Titanic's passengers and crew.    He was lost in the sinking and the body never recovered. He was 25 years and 1 day old. His last birthday was on the Titanic.

John (Jack) George Phillips As the Titanic was sinking, Phillips worked tirelessly to send wireless messages to other ships to enlist their assistance with the rescue of the Titanic's passengers and crew. He was lost in the sinking and the body never recovered. He was 25 years and 1 day old. His last birthday was on the Titanic.

Joseph J. Fynney was 35 years old when he lost his life during the sinking of Titanic. His body was recovered.

Joseph J. Fynney was 35 years old when he lost his life during the sinking of Titanic. His body was recovered.

RMS Titanic - Galeria 1912 - Rafael Castillejo

RMS Titanic - Galeria 1912 - Rafael Castillejo

(Colonel Archibald Gracie) Sadly, after this fifty-three year old survived the harrowing experience of being pulled under as Titanic sank, he died only eight months later, the last chapter of his account unwritten. It is said that he never recovered fully either emotionally or physically from his experience.

(Colonel Archibald Gracie) Sadly, after this fifty-three year old survived the harrowing experience of being pulled under as Titanic sank, he died only eight months later, the last chapter of his account unwritten. It is said that he never recovered fully either emotionally or physically from his experience.

Chief Officer Henry Wilde was off-duty at the time of Titantic's sinking.  His body was never recovered.

Chief Officer Henry Wilde was off-duty at the time of Titantic's sinking. His body was never recovered.

Harold Godfrey Lowe, Fifth Officer of Titanic. (November 21,1882-May 12,1944). He was the officer who brought his lifeboat back to rescue survivors.

Harold Godfrey Lowe, Fifth Officer of Titanic. (November 21,1882-May 12,1944). He was the officer who brought his lifeboat back to rescue survivors.

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