In April of 1912, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ferguson of Washington, DC, welcomed a baby boy.
The parents said they hoped their baby would “emulate the heroism of these men.”
(Though the newspaper article I saw claimed the baby “was born on the day the Titanic went down,” the Social Security Death Index lists Archibald A. Ferguson’s birthdate as April 11.)
Source: “Baby Is Named Archibald Astor.” Detroit Free Press 29 Apr. 1912: 4.