The 1912 Clongownian has obituaries for Commodore Surgeon William Francis N. O’ Loughlin (above) and Dr. Arthur Jackson Brewe, who both perished on the Titanic.
Dr. O’ Loughlin, a native of Tralee, county Kerry, was a student of Tullabeg from 1859 -1865 whereupon he attended medical lectures at the Catholic University, Dublin. For forty years he was attached to the medical department of the White Star Line and at the time of his death he was the senior surgeon of the company. His story is well documented here.
Dr. Arthur Jackson Brewe c.1867 was born in Galway and was the eldest son of Mrs. Butler, Winterfield House, Drumgriffin, Galway. He was educated at preparatory school in Glencoe, and subsequently at Clongowes Wood College (1881 - 1886) whence he matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin. He emigrated to New York, then Philadelphia and took a special course in Neurology. He had been on a tour of Africa and joined the Titanic at Cherbourg having travelled through Rome, Naples, Florence and Paris. Dr. Brewe was a private physician to some of the best know Philadelphian millionaires!