||Lifeboat from Titanic
||Lifeboat to Carpathia
|Coghlan, Mrs Annie||11||11||5.00|
|Gold, Mrs Katherine||11||11||5.00|
From The Western Daily Mercury, April 30 1912:
"Shortly before the special train steamed out of the docks, two of the stewardesses who are returning to their homes – Mrs. Gold and Mrs. Martin [Coghlan) – granted a brief interview, in which they narrated their experiences. They were first-class stewardesses on the Titanic, and were both saved in No. 11 boat.
“In No. 11 boat were seventy-five people, sixty-two being women."
From The Daily Mirror, April 30th 1912:
"Before the train left, Mrs Annie Martin, of Portsmouth, who was a stewardess on board the Titanic and was saved with her colleague and friend, Mrs K. Gold, of Liverpool, on No.11 boat, told a “Daily Mirror” correspondent her thrilling story.
And Mrs Martin says, “We had no lantern in the boat, and had to make a flare every ten minutes or so by lighting the end of a piece of rope.”
We know there was rope being burned in #11, per Brice, Angle and Jerwan.
Corroborated in The Hampshire Telegraph, May 8th 1912.