William McMaster Murdoch – the first mate. It was he who carried the watch, and was unable to prevent a collision with an iceberg. William Murdoch was killed along with the Titanic.
captain samuel murdoch | William's grandfather Captain James
The Doctors on the Titanic
Titantic Second Officer Charles Lightoller
Colonel Archibald Gracie IV, an American writer, amateur historian, and member of New York’s prominent Gracie family, boarded the Titanic as a first-class passenger on his return trip home from a visit in Europe. In the fateful early morning hours of April 15, Gracie assisted Second Officer Lightoller in freeing the collapsible lifeboats before he scrambled atop overturned Collapsible “B” to avoid being pulled down by the undertow of the sinking ship.
John George (Jack) Phillips was born on April 11, 1887. He was the Chief wireless operator on the TITANIC. On the night of the sinking, The R.M.S. Californian sent him an ice warning and the message was so loud, that Jack said "Shut up, Shut up, I'm busy!" Jack Phillips supposedly worked at the telegraph until water started coming in. He then went to the stern where he jumped and climbed upon Collapsible B. He is believed to have later died of exposure. In any case, his body was never…
Officer Harold Lowe lifeboat 14 rescued 4 survivors