Albert, Sylvia and Alden Caldwell. On the evening of the disaster, the family made their way to the boat deck. Mrs Caldwell got into lifeboat 13, Alden was tossed to Steward Frederick Ray in the stern and Mr Caldwell stepped into the bow as the boat was lowered.
*CHARLES JOUGHIN: Titanic’s chief baker. After forcibly throwing reluctant women and children into lifeboats (thereby saving their lives), he rode down on the stern of the ship like an elevator as it sank, stepping off the railing into the below-freezing water and surviving for over two hours (reportedly barely feeling the cold thanks to the alcohol he had been drinking) before being taken into a lifeboat. He survived the disaster with swollen feet but otherwise unscathed.
Another survivor, Violet Jessop, complained that nobody asked her about the Titanic sinking and that she had been ignored. READ Her story: http://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-survivor/violet-constance-jessop.html