Lifeboat from Titanic
Lifeboat to Carpathia
Confidence Level
Hannah, Mr Borak Suleiman Assi ? (8 votes)
15? (2 votes)
? (8 votes)
15? (2 votes)


The Newark Star, April 23rd 1912:
    “managed to get into the last lifeboat which put off from the sinking ship and was picked up by the Carpathia.”

In her book, The Dream and Then the Nightmare, Leila Salloum Elias recounts that Hannah “was shot at six times by two of the Titanic’s officers. He attempted to jump on one of the lifeboats two or three times but was driven back by the officers. When he saw that one of the last lifeboats was being lowered, he leapt through the guardsmen and plunged over the side of the ship into it.”

Speculation is that this last boat was no.15, but there is no solid evidence to substantiate this assertion. We did not all agree that he could have been in #15, and voted 'unknown lifeboat'.