| Ribeena Gorse-Jones |
First Class Passenger
|Residence||Country estate in Haltwhistle|
|Family||Henry Gorse-Jones (husband)|
|Aboard the Titanic|
|Accompanied by||Her husband|
- "I was just commenting to Henry: on a White Star crossing one meets all the right people."
- —Ribeena Gorse-Jones.
Mrs. Gorse-Jones dislikes social climbers and her vigilance against them can only be compared to her husband's keen lookout for threats to Great Britain and King George V following his participation on the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
Later on, during the sinking, the couple was shocked at the hubbub and lapse of social order. Mrs. Gorse-Jones was particularly abhorred by the presence of people "not dressed for first cabin" in what was clearly First Class territory. However, after a brief chitchat with Carlson, she thought she had heard running water, and urged her husband to go towards the lifeboats. The couple was offered a seat in one of the first few boats, and asked Carlson if he would join them.
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ A brief background description of the Gorse-Joneses on the now defunct Cyberflix website mentioned that "Mr. Gorse-Jones served his country in India and continues to keep a keen lookout for threats to Great Britain and King George V. Mrs. Gorse-Jones maintains an equal vigilance against social climbers at their country estate in Haltwhistle and onboard the Titanic."
|Passengers of the RMS Titanic|
|First Class||Sasha Barbicon | Eric Burns | Stephanie Burns | Frank Carlson | Daisy Cashmore | George Quincy Clifford | Andrew Conkling | Beatrix Conkling | Henry Gorse-Jones | Ribeena Gorse-Jones | Bruce Ismay | Georgia Lambeth | Charles Lambeth | Claris Limehouse | Mrs. Limehouse | Buick Riviera | Max Seidelmann | Isidor Straus | Leyland Trask | Willi von Haderlitz | Alfred Zeitel|
|Second Class||Penny Pringle | Edgar Troutt|
|Third Class||Edward Hacker | Jack Hacker | Shailagh Hacker|
|Crew||Lift Attendant | Third Officer Morrow | Seaman 1 | Seaman 2 | Seaman 3 | John Smethells | Stoker | The Purser|