Lifeboat from Titanic
Lifeboat to Carpathia
Confidence Level
Maynard, Mr Isaac Hiram Collapsible B 12 5.00


British Inquiry
Testimony of Charles Joughin
    6099. How much later on was it that you were picked up? - I eventually got round to the opposite side, and a cook that was on the collapsible recognised me, and held out his hand and held me - a chap named Maynard.

    6116. Can you tell me this. Did this lifeboat that took you aboard, and also took some others aboard, keep you in it until you got to the “Carpathia,” or were any people transferred? - All kept in it till we got to the “Carpathia.”
    6117. You do not know who was in command of the boat that picked you up? - Mr. Lightoller left the collapsible and then took charge of the boat till we reached the “Carpathia.”

    6121. There was just room for Lightoller to get on board and take command? - There was only room for Mr. Lightoller to stand on the forward part. He had to stand on top and give orders.
    6122. There was Mr. Lightoller and there was yourself. Do you know whether it took others on board, and how many? - It took a few more off the collapsible, but I did not recognise them.
    6123. And this boat into which you got, the boat Lightoller took command of, what were the people who were in it - women, or men or what? - Mostly women. Bride was one that I recognised.
    6124. The Marconi operator? - The Marconi boy. He was one that was taken off the same collapsible.
    6125. He was on this collapsible, was he? - Yes, Bride and Maynard. Those two I recognised.
    6126. Maynard was the cook? - Yes.

Lightoller, along with the others mentioned, including Joughin and Maynard, transferred to #12.