Footnotes

References to the British Inquiry are to the specific question, such as (Br. 2929). References to the American Inquiry are to the page number (such as Amer. 659), as the questions were not specifically identified.

1. Jewell - Br.107-109, Bishop - Amer. 1003
2. Amer. 815-816
3. Amer. 278 & Br. 15043-15046
4. Br. 4611-4646
5. Amer. 399, 404
6. Br. 11450-11452
7. Br. 10509-10514
8. Br. 4611-4646
9. Br. 4645
10. Br.12475-12501
11. Br.11450-11452
12. Br. 10509-10514
13. Br. 6457
14. Br. 9598-9606
15. Br. 9831
16. Amer. 574
17. Br. 10721-10732
18. Amer. 652
19. Amer. 804
20. Amer. 804
21. Br. 10842
22. Amer. 804
23. Amer. 363
24. Br. 13841-13842
25. Amer. 80
26. Amer. 334-335
27. Br. 1185
28. New York Tribune, April 20, 1912 and The Cincinnati Enquirer of April 20, 1912
29. New York Tribune, April 20, 1912
30. Marshall Everett (editor), Story of the Wreck of the Titanic, from an unknown newspaper article
30a. Amer. 827; The Sinking of the Titanic, Jay Henry Mowbray, Ch. 17, 1912
31. Washington Times, April 19, 1912
32. Archibald Gracie, The Truth About the "Titanic", Chapter 6
33. Br. 393-397
34. Br. 5304
35. Br. 2929-2955
36. Amer. 675
37. Amer. 604, 613
38. Br. 15835
39. Amer. 636
40. Br. 2922-2923
41. Amer. 675-676
42. Wilmington (DE) Every Evening & Commercial, 4/20/12
43. Philadelphia Inquirer, April 20, 1912
44. Limerick Chronicle, May 7, 1912
45. Florida Times, April 23, 1912
46. Br.5987
47. Jacksonville Metropolis, April 23, 1912
48. Archibald Gracie, The Truth About the "Titanic", Chapter 6
49. Amer. 1147
50. Amer. 1147
50a. Br. 6009
51. Am. 676
52. Amer. 823-824
53. Amer. 752, Amer. 606
54. Br. 6006
55. Br. 6009
56. Br. 5987
57. Br. 5942 - 5944
58. Br. 5647-5660
58a. Br.5666
59. Br. 5657, 5668-5670
60. Br. 5892
60a. Br.4054
60b. Br.4035-4049; 4063
61. Br. 15420-15432, Amer. 240
62. Amer. 538
63. Amer. 582
63a. Though commonly called James Johnson, research by Lester Mitcham shows the name to be Johnstone. See "On a Sea of Glass" by the current authors and J. Kent Layton for details
64. Br. 3449
65. Br. 15424
66. Amer. 241
67. Amer. 538
68. Amer. 886-887

PM-1. Br. 395
PM-2. Amer. 657 re: McGough misspelled as "McGow"
PM-3. Amer. 657-658
PM-4. Senan Molony, "McGough the Key?", online at Encylopedia Titanica Research
PM-5. letter from Bertha Watt to Walter Lord, April 10, 1963
PM-6. New York Evening World, April 20, 1912

PR-1. Br. 15593
PR-2. Amer. 519
PR-3. Amer. 522
PR-4. Amer. 519
PR-5. Amer. 519
PR-6. Amer. 519, Br. 17684
PR-7. Amer. 524
PR-8. Br. 15593
PR-9. Br. 15422
PR-10. Br. 10461-10462
PR-11. Amer. 451, Br. 1017
PR-12. Br. 1053 - 1054
PR-13. Br. 1082 - 1092
PR-14. Br. 1200 - 1204
PR-15. Br. 13855

PT-1. The Kamuda letters were reprinted in The Titanic Commutator #156, page 268 to 270
PT-2. Amer. 451
PT-3. The Titanic Commutator #156, page 270
PT-4. Amer. 832
PT-5. Br. 13394
PT-6. Amer. 581
PT-7. Amer. 832
PT-8. Amer. 581
PT-9. Br. 13322, 13395
PT-10. Amer. 832
PT-11. Br. 15036
PT-12. Amer. 289
PT-13. Amer. 275, 276, Br. 14944, 14949, 14992, 15036
PT-14. Br. 14992 to 15017
PT-15. Br. 13855
PT-16. Amer. 406
PT-17 Amer. 277
PT-18 Br. 15931       
PT-19 The Quebec Chronicle, April 25, 1912
PT-20 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, April 19, 1912
PT-21 Amer. 307
PT-22 Amer. 431
PT-23 Br. 15378-15379
PT-24 Br. 13781-13785, Br. 14949
PT-25 Br. 13800
PT-26 Br. 1041-1043
PT-27 Br. 13229
PT-28 Amer. 1147; Br. 9926-9929; Br. 10693-10701
PT-29  Thomas Whiteley’s Titanic Lecture, 1912
PT-30  Br. 13819
PT-31  Br. 13282
PT-32  Shan Bullock, Thomas Andrews, Shipbuilder , 1912. This quote comes from an account attributed to an unnamed stewardess, although it is clear from the details given that it was Annie Robinson
PT-33  Br. 15377-15379
PT-34  Br. 10691
PT-35  Br. 10694-10698
PT-36  Interview with Harold Bride, New York Times, April 19, 1912
PT-37  Portland Oregonian, 1912. Mrs. Warren refers to Andrews as 'Mr. Perry, one of the designers of the vessel'
PT-38  William Sloper,  The Life and Times of Andrew Jackson Sloper , 1949. Sloper’s account of the sinking in this book is an expanded version of the account he wrote for the New Britain Herald Report in 1912
PT-39  Sam Halpern, "The Mystery of Time", The Titanic Commutator No. 178 and 180
PT-40  Interview with Harold Bride, New York Times, April 19, 1912
PT-41  Br. 13284-13291; 13304-13305
PT-42  Br. 10697-10701
PT-43  Archibald Gracie, The Truth About the "Titanic", Chapter 2
PT-44  Amer. 431
PT-45  Br. 2843-2846; Br. 2870-2874
PT-46  Report Into the Loss of SS Titanic, A Centennial Reappraisal, by Sam Halpern, Cathy Akers-Jordan, George Behe, Bruce Beveridge, Mark Chirnside, Tad Fitch, Dave Gittins, Steven Hall, Lester J. Mitcham, Captain Charles Weeks, and Bill Wormstedt, History Press, 2011. See the chronology and evidence for the timing of Boxhall’s inspection in this book
PT-47  Br. 15573-15580
PT-48  Amer. 314
PT-49  Report Into the Loss of SS Titanic, A Centennial Reappraisal, by Halpern, et al.
PT-50  Amer. 989
PT-51  Archibald Gracie, The Truth About the "Titanic", Chapter 2
PT-52  C. H. Lightoller, Titanic & Other Ships, 1935
PT-53  Amer. 577-578
PT-54  Amer. 294
PT-55  Amer. 577-578
PT-56  Amer. 577-578
PT-57  Amer. 319
PT-58  Br. 2454
PT-59  Br. 2488a-2493
PT-60  Amer. 803
PT-61  Br.10956-10963
PT-62  The Waterloo Times Tribune, April 19, 1912
PT-63  Amer. 1003
PT-64  Sir James Bisset, Tramps and Ladies, 1959, Ch. 23 1959

PL-1. Amer. 450-451
PL-2. Amer. 1029
PL-3. Amer. 1042
PL-4. Br. 1375-1377
PL-5. Br. 15233-15239
PL-6. Bath Steward Frank Morris (Br. 5475), Bath Steward Samuel Rule (Br. 6501), Third Class Steward John Hart (Br. 10262), Saloon Steward William Ward (Amer. 599)
PL-7. Br. 5987
PL-8. Amer. 676
PL-9. Brit. 13937-13938
PL-10. These include, among others, Greasers Thomas Ranger and Frederick Scott (Br. 4056 and Br. 5650-5652), Pantryman Albert Pearcey (Br. 10448), Stewards Edward Brown and John Hardy (Br. 10530, Amer. 588-589), Marconi Operator Harold Bride (Br. 16549-16551), and First Class passengers J. Bruce Ismay and Hugh Woolner (Amer. 965, Amer. 893)
PL-11. Amer. 523
PL-12. Amer. 887
PL-13. Sam Halpern, "TITANIC'S SINKING - Angles of Trim and Heel" , The Titanic Commutator, No. 174
PL-14. Amer. 74
PL-15. Br. 13864-13868

C-1. Amer. 1003
C-2. Amer. 293, Amer. 401, Lawrenceville Alumni Bulletin of October 1912
C-3. Amer. 401
C-4. Br. 4981, 4987
C-5. Br. 4968-4990
C-6. Br. 4984
C-7 Amer. 826-827
C-8. Br. 17892
C-9. Br.17972
C-10. Charles Lightoller, Titanic and Other Ships, Chapter 32
C-11. Br. 13875
C-12. Br. 13834
C-13. Br. 13858-13859
C-14. Br. 9926-9929; 9954-9955
C-15. Brooklyn Daily Eagle of April 19, 1912
C-16. Br. 13929
C-17. Amer. 822
C-18. Br. 13906
C-19. Charles Lightoller, Titanic and Other Ships, Chapter 33
C-20  Amer. 336
C-21  Amer. 80, Charles Lightoller,  Titanic and Other Ships, Chapter 33
C-22  Amer. 453
C-23  Amer. 645
C-24  Amer. 328
C-25  Amer. 406, Br. 15828-15830
C-26  Br. 11454; Newark Star, April 19, 1912
C-27  letter from Miss Laura Mable Francatelli, April 18, 1912
C-28  Evans - Amer. 675, Buley - Amer. 604
C-29  Lawrence Beesley, The Loss of the S.S. ‘Titanic’, Chapter 3
C-30  Br. 15832
C-31  Br. 5477
C-32  Br. 466
C-33  The Bridgewater Mercury, May 1912
C-34  Br. 5640, 5707, 5841
C-35  Br. 3810-3811
C-36  Br. 383, 2936, Amer. 615
C-37  Amer. 615
C-38  Br. 2909-2915, Amer. 636
C-39  Br. 395
C-40  Amer. 657
C-41  Amer. 544, 597, 657
C-42  Daily Boston Globe, April 17, 1932
C-43  Br. 13323-13329
C-44  Amer. 803
C-45  Amer. 803
C-46  Br. 13187-13189
C-47  Charles Lightoller, Titanic and Other Ships, Chapter 33
C-48  Amer. 650
C-49  The Weekly Telegraph, May 10, 1912
C-50  Br. 10757-10760
C-51  Amer. 544, Br. 10753-10758, Br. 13206-13207
C-52  Br. 13302-13303
C-53  Br. 700-704
C-54  Br. 6497
C-55  Br. 2527-2528
C-56  Weekly Telegraph, May 10, 1912, Br. 6497
C-57  Br. 10024-10026
C-58  Br. 6491-6493
C-59  Br. 6523, 6585
C-60  Lawrence Beesley, The Loss of the S. S. Titanic, Chapter 3
C-61  Br. 2131, 2170-2171
C-62  New York Times, April 22nd, 1912
C-63  Lawrence Beesley, The Loss of the S. S. Titanic, Chapter 3
C-64  Amer. 246, Amer. 241
C-65  Br. 15420 and 15434
C-66  Sir James Bisset, Tramps and Ladies, 1959, Ch. 23 1959
C-67  Amer. 675
C-68  Amer. 604, Amer. 612-613, Amer. 675-676
C-69  Researcher Sam Halpern has calculated the list late in the sinking to be about 10 degrees. "TITANIC'S SINKING - Angles of Trim and Heel," The Titanic Commutator, #174, pages 104-113. Quartermaster George Rowe mentioned a heavy list to port during the launching of Collapsible C (Amer. 523), a heavy list during the launching of Collapsible D was reported by both Steward John Hardy (Amer. 588-589), and First Class passenger Hugh Woolner (Amer. 893)
C-70  Amer. 822, Br. 17920
C-71  Amer. 606
C-72  Amer. 822
C-73  Amer. 752
C-74  Amer. 753
C-75  Amer. 83
C-76  Amer. 606
C-77  Br. 13953, Amer. 581
C-78  Report of Junior Marconi Operator Harold Bride to the Marconi Company, April 27, 1912, entered into evidence page 1052 to 1054 of the American Inquiry
C-79  Amer. 82
C-80  Br. 15420
C-81  Amer. 519
C-82  Amer. 601
C-83  New York Herald, April 20,1912)
C-84  Br. 10391-10394, Amer. 886, Amer. 519, Amer. 15
C-85  Amer. 524
C-86  Amer. 13
C-87  Mr. Carter's interview appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer of April 21st, 1912, while Mrs. Carter's interview was in the Brooklyn Eagle on April 19th, 1912
C-88  The Washington Post, April 20, 1912
C-89  Br. 15434
C-90  Br.16540-16553
C-91  Amer. 524
C-92  Leslie Harrison, "A Titanic Myth", 1986 page 165, Sam Halpern, "The Mystery of Time", The Titanic Commutator, No. 178 & 180; and "Rockets, Lifeboats, and Time Changes", ET Research, 2010
C-93  Amer. 524
C-94  Amer. 839
C-95  Amer. 887
C-96  Amer. 834, 588, Charles Lightoller, Titanic and Other Ships, Chapter 34
C-97  Amer. 83
C-98  Amer. 334
C-99  Samuel Halpern, ‘Titanic’s Sinking – Angles of Trim and Heel’, The Titanic Commutator, Vol. 30, No. 174, Second Quarter 2006
C-100  Amer. 83
C-101  Br. 1053-1055, 1082-1089
C-102  Amer. 570
C-103  Amer. 666
C-104  Amer. 242
C-105  Br. 10630
C-106  Amer. 837
C-107  Br. 14035-14036; report of Junior Marconi Operator Harold Bride to the Marconi Company, April 27, 1912, entered into evidence page 1053 of the American Inquiry
C-108  Amer. 666