S. S. Caribou - names of 67 of the 102 persons who survived the sinking of the S.S. Caribou, October 14, 1942 near Port aux Basques, Newfoundland, as a result of enemy submarine action.
104 people survived the sinking, 2 of whom died enroute to Sydney, Nova Scotia aboard the HMCS Grandmere (James Cuthbert, Captain).
They that go down to the sea in ships, that do business in deep waters see the works of the Lord and His wonders in the deep. Psalm 107:23
Alex Bateman (Steward, from Channel (Port aux Basques).
Thomas P. Fleming (only S.S. Caribou officer to survive the sinking).
Charles Ford Jr.
Harold Jeans (possibly Janes).
William Pearcey Jr.
William Pearcey Sr. (World War 1 Prisoner of War for 20 months).
(11 total) 
Title/Class generally unknown
Nursing Sister Margaret Brookes (awarded the O.B.E. for her unsuccessful effort to save her friend Miss A. (Agnes) W. Wilkie).
John H. Barrett
Ralph Rogers (Petty Officer, credited with saving Baby Leonard Shiers - see below).
W. B. Rouse (R.C.M.P. Corporal, returning to Newfoundland to be married).
George Smothers (U.S. Navy, cook, from Toledo, Ohio).
(Total 16) 
Mrs. M. Barrett
Harold B. Beatty
Mrs. Zoe Fielding
Leonard Gosse (from Grand Falls, teenager).
Mrs. Media Hillier
William J. Lundrigan (founder of W. J. Lundrigan Ltd., later Lundrigans, Ltd., of Corner Brook).
Mrs. Clara (James T.) May (of Belloram, Newfoundland).
William Metcalf (possibly Metcalfe, from Glace Bay, Nova Scotia).
John Charles Moore (possibly Moores, Ticket Agent with the Newfoundland Railway, from St. John's).
Miss E. Northcott
Howard H. Porter
Jerome J. Ryan
Mrs. Gladys Shiers
Leonard Shiers (son of Mrs. Glady Shiers and the only infant to survive the sinking).
Miss Vivian Swinamer
John J. Weisansal
(Total 25)  There were 35 other survivors, names not available (102).