Boat No. 4

MAXIMUM CAPACITY:  65   TOTAL IN BOAT:  36 (approximately)

OCCUPANTS IDENTIFIED: 32  UNIDENTIFIED OR UNACCOUNTED FOR:  4

FIRST CLASSMrs. John Jacob (Madeleine) Astor; Miss Bidois; Miss Grace Scott Bowen; Mrs. William Ernest (Lucile) Carter; Miss Lucile Polk Carter; Master William Thornton Carter II; Miss Marie Chandowson; Mrs. Walter M. (Virginia) Clark; Mrs. John B. (Florence) Cummings; Miss Caroline Louise Endres; Miss Elizabeth M. Eustis; Miss  Margaret Fleming. TOTAL: 13

SECOND CLASS:   0

THIRD CLASS:   Mrs. Carl O. (Selma) Asplund; Miss Lillian G. Asplund; Master Carl Edvin Rojj Felix Asplund; Daniel Buckley; Miss Jamila Nicola-Yarred; Master Elias Nicola-Yarred.   TOTAL:  6

CREW:  James Crimmins, fireman/stoker (pulled from water);  Andrew Cunningham, steward (pulled from water); Thomas Patrick. Dillon, trimmer (pulled from water); Jack Foley,  Storekeeper (pulled from water); Thomas Patrick Granger, greaser, (pulled from water); Samuel S. Hemmings, lamp trimmer (pulled from water);  W.H. Lyons, Able Seaman (pulled from water, later died in boat);  W. McCarthy, Able Seaman;  Walter John Perkis, quartermaster, in charge; Frank W. Prentice, assistant storekeeper (pulled from water); Frederick Scott, greaser (pulled from water);  S. C. Seibert, steward (pulled from water but died in boat); F. Smith,fireman/stoker (pulled from water).           TOTAL: 13 (as many as 11 crewmen pulled from water; two of whom subsequently died in the lifeboat)

UNNAMED: a male stowaway; a baby in Miss Eustis’ care; a young woman and her baby.   TOTAL: 4

 

 

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