Lifeboat from Titanic
Lifeboat to Carpathia
Confidence Level
Pfropper, Mr Richard 9 9 5.00
Aubart, Mme. Léontine Pauline 9 9 5.00
 Sägesser, Mlle Emma Marie 9 9 5.00


Second Class Waiter Richard Proffer, wrote a letter to Walter Lord stating:
    "... You also talk about a young French girl stumbling into no.9 lifeboat, there was actually a Mme Aubert, and her maid. I was standing by no.9 to pass the passengers into the lifeboat, and also I got away in No.9, when I passed Mme Aubart into the boat, she probably missed her footing, because she cried out: ma jambe, ma jambe (my leg, my leg)". []

From The Daily Mirror,
May 13, 1912, an interview with Mme. Aubart: 
    "Marie got into the lifeboat, and then I."

American Inquiry
Testimony of William Ward
, page 597
    Mr. WARD. Then I went aft to No. 9 boat.
    Mr. WARD.  There were several men in the boat then to assist in getting the women in. One woman had already fallen and hurt herself a little - a French lady. The purser told two more men to get in and assist these women down into the boat.