The figures in the table below show the approximate number of passengers. 27 passengers joined at Southampton and disembarked at Cherboug, and a further 7 joined at Southampton and disembarked at Queenstown. In total there were 2,208 people on board the Titanic when the ship left Queenstown of which 885 were crew, one of whom deserted at Queenstown. 1,523 people lost their lives when the ship sank; 815 passengers and 688 crew. Of these, 549 had given a Southampton address when they signed on or bought their tickets.
|First Class||Second Class||Third Class|
|Joined at Southampton||195||234||497|
|Joined at Cherbourg||142||30||102|
|Joined at Queenstown||0||7||113|
Comprehensive lists of all passengers appear on many web sites but Encyclopedia Titanica includes excellent biographies and is a very well recommended site.
Also included on the Encyclopedia Titanica web site is a Comprehensive crew list. Crew lists also feature on the Southampton section of the PortCities web site. PortCities, also known as Plimsoll, captures the maritime history of 5 UK ports; Bristol, Hartlepool, Liverpool, London and Southampton from 1918-1939. It has a great deal of information on Southampton's maritime history and includes over 6000 images.