|Fourth Officer Boxhall (from 2012 Miniseries)|
|Full Name||Joseph Groves Boxhall|
|Date of Birth||March 23rd, 1884|
|Date of Death||April 25th, 1967|
|Cause of Death||Cerebral thrombosis|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Destination||New York, U.S.A.|
|Lifeboat||Emergency Lifeboat 2|
Fourth Officer Boxhall was Junior Officer of RMS Titanic.
Boxhall is seen during the boarding sequence of Episode Three where he tells Peter Lubov that he is at the Second Class entrance, and that he should move to the Third Class entrance.
He is on the bridge during Chief Officer Wilde and First Officer Murdoch differing viewpoints on the ships speed and during the collision with the iceberg. He then wakes up Second Officer Lightoller and tells him about the collision.
During the evacuation of the Titanic, he doesn't allow Second Class women and children in the boats, which causes Paolo Sandrini to get into Boxhall's face about his behavior towards the other passengers. Murdoch shows up and orders Boxhall to load in Second Class passengers.
He is last seen trying not to allow Grace Rushton's dog or Astor's dog into the lifeboat, but Grace ignores him and enters in the boat with the dogs.
During the real sinking, Boxhall was more focused on firing the rockets to attract the attention of the SS Californian before he left the Titanic in Lifeboat #2. He wasn't on A-Deck and he certainly didn't refuse any Second class women into the lifeboats.
- It is noted that this and the 1958 film A Night to Remember don't show Boxhall's escape into a lifeboat.