* Mr. R.L. Taylor Montreal, Can. Mr. F.B. Tesson Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Tesson Philadelphia, Pa. * Mr. D.A. Thomas Cardiff, Wales. Mr. E. Blish Thompson Seymour, Indiana. * Mrs. Thompson Seymour, Indiana. @ Mr. Georges Tiberghien France. * Mr. R.J. Timmis Gainesville, Texas. * Mr. F.E.O. Tootal London, Eng. * Mr. Ernest Townley Toronto, Canada. @ Mr. Isaac F. Trumbull Bridgeport, Conn. * Mr. Scott Turner Lansing, Mich. * Mr. G.H. Turton Melbourne, Australia.
Mr. Alfred G. Vanderbilt
New York, N.Y.
and valet (Ronald Denyer)
* Mr. W.A.F. Vassar London, Eng.
@ Mr. G.L.P. Vernon London, Eng.
* Mrs A.T. Wakefield
Mr. David Walker New York, N.Y.
Mrs. Wallace Watson Montreal, Can.
Mrs. Anthony Watson England.
@ Mrs. Catherine E. Willey Lake Forest, Ill.
Mr. Thomas H. Williams Liverpool, Eng.
Mr. Charles F. Williamson New York, N.Y.
Mr. Winter Liverpool, Eng.
* Mrs. A.S. Witherbee New York, N.Y.
Master A.S. Witherbee Jr. (3 yrs.) New York, N.Y.
Mr. Lothrop Withington Boston, Mass.
Mr. Walter Wright Scotland.
@ Mr. Arthur John Wood England.
* Mr. Robt. C. Wright Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. J.M. Young Hamilton, Ont. Mrs. Young Hamilton, Ont. * Mr. Philip J. Yung Antwerp, Belgium
Total number of Saloon Passengers 293
Survivors marked *
Identified Dead marked @
(This list, as corrected to May 22, 1915—the final revision—is a facsimile of the broadside issued by the Cunard Company. It will be noted that all of Paul Crompton’s family perished, including himself, his wife, and six children.)]