The Titanic passenger list records the names, port of departure, occupation, nationality, age, class of travel, destination and country of intended residence. The 34-page list consists of two parts: a list of passengers who boarded the ship at Southampton, England on April 10, 1912, and a second list for passengers who boarded at Queenstown, Ireland, on April 11, 1912. While these lists are complete, they do not represent the true and final list of passengers who sailed aboard the Titanic. The passengers who boarded the ship at Cherbourg, France, for example, are not detailed on this list. Nor were the crew on board the vessel. There are also individuals included on the lists who purchased tickets, but did not actually board the ship. These passengers can generally be identified through notations on the passenger list, however.
The only true list of passengers on board the Titanic when it left port for the last time would have been compiled via head count by the ship's staff after leaving dock, which means that the only completely accurate passenger manifest went down with the Titanic.