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My name is Raymond John Mulhall, or RJ as I like to be called.

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History of events

This history of events came from the book, A Night to remember, by Walter Lord, which was made into a cracking film of the same name in 1958

10 April 1912

12 noon:Leaves Southampton dock;narrowly escapes collision with American liner NEW YORK.Some people take this as a omen and as quoted from a crew man, "I'm not staying aboard a god cursed ship,I'm jumping off in the next port"

7.00pm:Stops at Cherbourg for passengers.

9.00pm:Leaves Cherbourg for Queenstown(renamed Cobh)

11 April 1912

12.30pm:Stops at Queenstown for passengers and Mail.One crewman deserts.

2.00pm:Leaves Queenstown for New York, carrying 1,316 passengers and 891 crew.

14 April 1912

9.00am:CARONIA reports ice latitude 42' N from longitude 49' to 51' W.

1.42pm:BALTIC reports ice latitude 41' 51' N, longitude
49' 52' W.

1.45pm:
AMERIKA reports ice latitude 41' 27' N, longitude 50' 8' W.

7.00pm:
Temperature 43 dregees.

7.30pm:
Temperature 39 degrees.
CALIFORNIAN reports ice latitude 42' 3' N, longitude 49' 9' W

9.00pm:
Temperature 33 degrees.

9.30pm:
Second Officer Lightoller warns carpenter and engine room to watchfresh water supply-may freeze up;warns crows nest to watch for ice.

9.40pm:
MESABA reports ice latitude 42' N to 41' 25' N,
longitude 49' to 50' 30' W.

10.00pm:
Temperature 32 degrees.

10.30pm:
Temperature of sea down to 31 degrees.

11.00pm:
CALIFORNIAN warns of ice,but cut off before she gives location.

11.40:
Collides with iceberg latitude 41' 46' N, longitude 50' 14' W.

15 April 1912

12.05am:
Orders are given to uncover the boats,muster the crew and passengers.

12.15am:
First wireless call for help

12.45am:
First rocket fired.
First lifeboat lowered,No.7.

1.40am:
Last rocket fired.

2.05am:
last lifeboat lowered,Collapsible D.

2.10am:
Last wireless signals sent.

2.18am:
Lights fail.

2.20am:
The R.M.S titanic founders

3.30am:
CARPATHIA's rockets sighted by boats.

4.10am:
First boat,No.2, picked up by CARPATHIA.

8.30am:
Last boat,No.12,picked up.

8.50am:
CARPATHIA heads for New York with 705 suvivors

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Titanic

All upon the water

Across the Atlantic, no falter

Her voyage true

She sank into the blue

This poem was sent to me by a Simon Croby
Hmm quite nice simon

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