TITANIC-TITANIC.com | Titanic Victualling Crew - Joughin, Mr. Charles John
- Age: 33
- Date of Birth (D.O.B.): 3rd August, 1878
- Place of Residence: Southampton, England ( List )
- Embarked at: Belfast, Ireland
- Occupation: Chief Baker
- Monthly Wages: £4 10s
- Department: Titanic Victualling Crew
- Survived: Yes ( List )
- Lifeboat Number: Collapsible B
- Location Buried: Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Charles John Joughin was on duty at the time of the collision with iceberg. Charles John Joughin then carried loaves of bread to the lifeboats as they were being loaded. Later, Charles John Joughin found his way to a storeroom, and having found a bottle of scotch, proceeded to drink it. As Charles John Joughin was in the water for over an hour, it's widely believed that the scotch certainly helped him survive, where many others, sadly, did not. Charles John Joughin was in the water alongside
Charles John Joughin died on 9th December, 1956, and was buried in Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, U.S.A.
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