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Wilde, Henry T.

Born: 1872 AD
Died: 1912 AD

1872 – Born on 21st of September in Walton, Liverpool.

1895 – Boarded a steamship, S.S. Brunswick. He was initially appointed as third mate, then as second.

1896 – Transferred from S.S. Brunswick to S.S. Europa and served as second mate.

1897 – Wilde joined the White Star Line on July.

1910 – His wife and their twin sons died from Scarlet Fever on 24th of December.

1911 – Wilde became the Chief officer of RMS Olympic. He was made second-in-command on the world’s largest ship at that time, the Titanic. Capt. E.J. Smith was his commanding officer.

1912 – Died on the famous Titanic when it encountered an iceberg and sank.