Katia Mann (born Katharina Hedwig Pringsheim; July 24, 1883 – April 25, 1980) was the youngest child and only daughter (among four sons) of the German Jewish mathematician and artist Alfred Pringsheim and his wife Hedwig Pringsheim, who was an actress in Berlin before her marriage. Katia was also a granddaughter of the writer and women's right activist Hedwig Dohm. Her twin brother Klaus Pringsheim was a conductor, composer, music writer and music pedagogue, active in Germany and Japan. She married the writer Thomas Mann.
William Denton Cox (1883 – 15 April 1912) was a third class steward aboard RMS Titanic who died while bringing groups of third class passengers to lifeboats during the sinking. Cox was from Southampton and transferred to Titanic from the RMS Olympic. Cox escorted two groups of third class women and children to the lifeboats assisted by stewards John Edward Hart and Albert Victor Pearcey. Cox was last seen headed below to rescue a third group. His body was found by the cable ship CS Mackay-Bennett and brought to Halifax, initially listed as Body No. 300. He is buried at Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
John Edward “Jack” Reagan (July 13, 1883 – May 18, 1941) was the father of United States President Ronald Reagan (1911–2004) and his older brother Neil "Moon" Reagan (1908–1996).
Walter Malcolm Neil McEachern (1 April 1883 – 17 January 1945) was a noted Australian bass singer who enjoyed a successful career in the United Kingdom, both as a concert soloist and as one half of the comic musical duo Flotsam and Jetsam.
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