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Lifeboat 11 was the 6th lifeboat to be lowered from the starboard side of the Titanic, lowered under First Officer Murdoch's supervision at 1:10 A.M. with quartermaster Sidney Humphreys in charge. By now the lifeboats were being filled much closer to their capacity, and it is estimated to have had about fifty people aboard.

One occupant, Steward James Witter, had not intended to board but was knocked into it by a hysterical woman whom he was helping aboard while it was being lowered.[1] First Class passenger Edith Louise Rosenbaum brought along her lucky toy pig, which played the Maxixe. She had wrapped it in a blanket to protect it but was too frightened to enter the lifeboat; thinking it was a baby, a steward took it and tossed it to one of the women already aboard. Rosenbaum could not bear the thought of losing the pig and boarded the lifeboat to retrieve it.[2] Both Rosenbaum and the pig survived; it is now part of the collection of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London.[3]

On reaching the water, the lifeboat was nearly swamped by a jet of water being pumped out of Titanic in a futile bid to stem the ship's progressive flooding. Tempers flared among the crowded passengers, some of whom had to stand, as the lifeboat was rowed away from the ship.[4] Rosenbaum used her toy pig to entertain the children aboard.[2] The lifeboat finally made it to the Carpathia at about 7:00 am.

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From right to left, boats 9, 11, and 13 are swung out to be loaded in A Night To Remember.

Occupants Edit

  1. Frank Philip Aks
  2. Hudson Trevor Allison
  3. Florence "Mary" Agnes Angle
  4. Richard F. Becker
  5. Marion Louise Becker
  6. Nellie E. Becker
  7. Walter Thomas Brice
  8. Shawn Flynn
  9. Jack Fain
  10. Amelia Mary Brown
  11. Annie Caton
  12. Alice Catherine Cleaver
  13. Charles James Cullen
  14. Theodore De Mulder
  15. Argene Del Carlo
  16. William Stephen Faulkner
  17. Jane Kate Coulson Gold
  18. Henry Stein
  19. Jennie Louise Hansen
  20. Reginald Hardwick
  21. Annie Jessie Harper
  22. Fred Hartnell
  23. Sidney Humphreys (in charge)
  24. James Leo Hyland
  25. Marie Marthe Jerwan
  26. Elizabeth Lavington
  27. Jessie Wills Leitch
  28. Annie Martha Martin
  29. Susie Campbell
  30. Alison Pendle
  31. Charles Donald McKay
  32. Arthur McMicken
  33. Philipp Edmund Mock
  34. Grant Cohen
  35. Thomas Connor
  36. Elizabeth Nye
  37. Kate Florence Phillips
  38. Wally Franks
  39. Alice Maud Prichard
  40. Phyllis May Quick
  41. Winifred Vera Quick
  42. Jane Quick
  43. Annie Robinson
  44. Joey Drew
  45. Edith Louise Rosenbaum
  46. Julius "Jules" Sap
  47. Charles Joseph Savage
  48. Emma Schabert
  49. Jean Scheerlinck
  50. Alice Gray Silvey
  51. Maude Sincock
  52. Maude Louise Slocombe
  53. Katherine Elizabeth Smith
  54. Sarah Agnes Stap
  55. Frank Terrell
  56. Joseph Thomas Wheat
  57. Sammy Lawrence
  58. Edneser Edward Wheelton
  59. James William Cheetham Witter



Lifeboats
Emergency Lifeboat 1 · Emergency Lifeboat 2 · Lifeboat 3 · Lifeboat 4 · Lifeboat 5 · Lifeboat 6 · Lifeboat 7 · Lifeboat 8 · Lifeboat 9 · Lifeboat 10 · Lifeboat 11 · Lifeboat 12 · Lifeboat 13 · Lifeboat 14 · Lifeboat 15 · Lifeboat 16 · Collapsible A · Collapsible B · Collapsible C · Collapsible D

Unknown lifeboat

Lifeboat launching sequence

Notes Edit

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