Board of Trade: Commercial and Statistical Department and Successors: Outward Passenger Lists. BT 27/776 and 27/780. The National Archives, Surrey, England.
This database contains passenger lists for passengers who boarded the RMS Titanic at the ports of Southampton, England, and Queenstown, Ireland.
RMS Titanic sailed from Southampton, England, on 10 April 1912, bound for New York. The ship took on additional passengers at Cherbourg, France, and Queenstown, Ireland, and set off into the Atlantic with approximately 2,228 passengers and crew on board. The ship struck an iceberg shortly before midnight on 14 April in the North Atlantic about 400 miles south of Grand Banks of Newfoundland. Titanic sank in a matter of hours with a loss of about 1,517 passengers and crew.
What You Can Find in These Records
This database contains passenger lists for passengers who boarded the RMS Titanic at the ports of Southampton, England, and Queenstown, Ireland. It does not include lists for passengers who boarded the ship in France. The passenger lists recorded the following details:
- contract ticket number
- port at which passenger contracted to land
- profession or occupation
- whether accompanied by husband or wife
- country of last permanent residence
- country of intended future residence
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