Joseph Dawson, sleeping in a grave marked J.Dawson in Nova Scota. It now has become a must see site for cruise liners that place Halifax on their itinerary because of the highest grossing movie of all times. Jack Dawson never did exist but in the film, Joseph Dawson did. He was a man of flesh and blood who served on the Titanic taken by the sinking in the early years of his life. All who died on the Titanic should be remembered and their stories told, they deserve to live on.
Alfred Frank Evans, Prior to joining the Titanic, he served as an able bodied seaman on the Oceanic from the 23 October 1911 to the 29 March 1912. When he signed-on to the Titanic on 6 April 1912, As a lookout he received monthly wages of £5. Evans was rescued in lifeboat 15.