James Humphries, a Quartermaster who commanded Lifeboat No. 11 related that the Bellboys were first ordered to
remain in the main cabin and not get in the way.
They sat quietly on their benches for the first hour after the collision.
Later, the order was passed around that the ship was sinking and every man was free to save himself as long as he kept
away from the lifeboats in which the women were taken.
The Bellboys were seen about the ship smoking & joking with passengers, smoking was their only breach of discipline as
none attempted to enter a Lifeboat.All three were lost.
Alfred Barrett Aged 15 Years ~ Clifford H. Harris Aged 16 Years ~ William A. Watson Aged 14 Years
All three boys had sailed before, Watson transferring from RMS Olympic.
All of them came from Southampton.
To our knowledge there isn�t a memorial of any kind anywhere in the world to Titanic Bellboys.
All profits frok the sale of Bellboy Bears to go towards establishing a Garden Of Remembrance in Memory of Titanic's
Bellboys and all the Chilldren who were lost when Titanic sank 15 April 1912.
Plus all those whose lives have been touched by Titanic and have since been lost to us.