Montrealers on the Titanic
April 15, 1912

Here is a list of Montrealers who were on the Titanic the fateful night of April 15, 1912. If you know of others, please submit them to me and I will add them to the list.

Hudson Joshua ALLISON (c1882 -1912)
Husband of Bess ALLISON ; Father of Helen Lorraine ALLISON and Trevor ALLISON
First Class Cabin # C-22
Mr. Hudson Joshua Creighton Allison occupied this room with his wife Bess. 
His children Trevor and Lorraine occupied Cabin C-26. 
He did not survive the sinking. 

Bess Waldo ALLISON (nee DANIELS) (1886 -1912)
Wife of Hudson J. ALLISON
First Class Cabin # C-22

Helen Lorraine ALLISON (c1909 -1912)
3 year old daughter of Hudson J. ALLISON
First Class Cabin # C-26 
Miss Helen Lorraine Allison was travelling with her father Hudson Allison, mother Bess (Cabin C-22) and her brother Trevor. 
Lorraine Allison was the only child of First and Second-Class to die in the sinking. 
Her brother, Master Trevor Allison survived the sinking in Lifeboat # 11

Trevor ALLISON survived in Lifeboat # 11
Infant son of Huson J. ALLISON and brother of Helen Lorraine ALLISON
First Class Cabin # C-26 

Quigg Edmond BAXTER (1889-1912) 
First Class Cabins # B-58 & # B-60
Mr. Quigg Edmond Baxter (24) from Montreal, Quebec, Canada boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg with his mother Mrs. James Baxter (Helene DeLaudeniere) (50) and his sister Suzette Douglas. 
They also occupied Cabin B-60. 
Mr Quigg Baxter did not survive the sinking, but his mother and sister were rescued in Lifeboat # 6

Helene (Suzette) DOUGLAS (nee BAXTER) survived in Lifeboat # 6.
Wife of Dr. Fred C. DOUGLAS & sister of Quigg Edmond BAXTER

Mildred BROWN survived in Lifeboat # 11
Cook to Mr. Allison
2nd class passenger

Alice Mary CLEAVER survived in Lifeboat # 11
Nurse to Trevor Allison, baby of Mr. & Mrs. Hudson J. Allison

Helene DeLANAUDIERE-CHAPUT survived in Lifeboat # 6
w/o James BAXTER & mother of Quigg Edmond BAXTER
First Class Cabins # B-58 & # B-60

Sarah DANIELS survived in Lifeboat # 8
maid to Mrs. Allison
First-class passenger

Thornton DAVIDSON (1880-1912)
Husband of Orian HAYS who survived the sinking
First Class Cabin # B-71

Joseph FYNNEY (1877-1912)
Second Class passenger.
Did not survive the sinking.
Buried Mount Royal Cemetery. Epitaph: "In loving Memory of Joseph Fynney of Liverpool, Eng. Aged 35 years who lost his life at R.M.S. Titanic disaster, April 15,1912, and was found May 3, 1912. His delight was in doing good." 

Clara Jennings GREGG survived in Lifeboat # 3
Wife of Charles Melville Hays who did not survive the sinking
First Class Cabin # B-69 
Mr. Charles Hays and his wife Mrs. Clara Hays occupied this cabin. 
Mrs Hays survived the sinking in Lifeboat #3
Mr. Hays did not survive the sinking (recovered body # 307). 

Charles Melville HAYS  (1856-1912)
First Class Cabin # B-69 
Husband of Clara Jennings GREGG who survived the sinking
Mr. Hays did not survive the sinking (recovered body # 307)

Orion HAYS survived in Lifeboat # 3
wife of Thornton Davidson and daughter of Charles Melville Hays
First Class Cabin # B-71
Mr. Thornton Davidson and his wife Mrs. Orion Hays Davidson occupied this cabin.
Mr. Davidson did not survive the sinking.

R. J. LEVY (    -1912)
Second Class Passenger

Thomas McCAFFRY (    -1912)
First Class Cabin # C-6
Mr. Thompson Beattie and Mr. Thomas McCaffry shared this room. 
Mr. Beattie was in Collapsible Lifeboat A, but died during the night. His body was found in the lifeboat a month later when recovered by the 'Oceanic'. 
Mr. McCaffry also did not survive the sinking (recovered body #292) 
Mr. McCaffry is buried in Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery

Harry Markland MOLSON (1856-1912)
First Class Cabin # C-30
He did not survive the sinking. 

Vivian Ponsonby PAYNE (1899-1912)
Secretary to Charles Melville Hays
1st class cabin # B-24
Mr. Payne did not survive the sinking.

Arthur Godfrey PEUCHEN survived in Lifeboat # 6

George SWANE
chauffeur to Hudson Allison

??? (    -1912)
maid of Clara J. Gregg who survived the sinking
This maid did not survive the sinking.
Does anyone know her name?


For a list of Titanic passengers see http://www.lva.lib.va.us/pubserv/vnp/titanic/p2.htm

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