Mr Frederick Barrett. On April 6th he signed to work on the Titanic's maiden voyage. He was the lead fireman and was only 28 years old. When the iceberg struck the side of the ship he was working in boiler room six. It started to fill up with water so he went through a closing door that lead to boiler room five. All of the stokers were allowed to go to the upper deck except him. Eventually they were allowed to go to the upper deck. He survived by getting on to lifeboat number thirteen.
“He is a great kisser. There’s a scene that’s been cut out of Titanic where we’re running through the ship’s boiler room and we have this big kiss. It was eight o’clock in the morning and neither of us felt like doing it.We found ourselves doing the scene and we were at it and there was this look that passed between us for a second that sort of said: “Um, not bad for eight o’clock in the morning when you feel you’re about to die from overtiredness.”