Dagmar Jenny Ingeborg Bryhl - Titanic Second Class Passenger
Miss Dagmar Jenny Ingeborg Bryhl was a second class passenger travelling from Sweden to America, where she was intending to stay with her uncle in Rockford, Illinois. She was travelling aboard Titanic with her fiancé Ingvar Enander and her brother Kurt Arnold Gottfrid Bryhl, who intended to stay in America to live. They joined the ship at Southampton on 10th April 1912.
At the time Titanic collided with the iceberg on 14th April 1912, she was in her cabin. She accompanied her brother and her fiancé to the Boat Deck, where she was placed into a lifeboat, suggested to have been Lifeboat 12.
Both her brother and her fiancé were lost in the sinking.
Upon her arrival in New York she was taken to a hospital to rest; and then went to stay with her uncle Oscar Lustig in Rockford, Illinois, where she stayed for a short while before starting the journey home to Sweden, on White Star Line’s Adriatic, leaving New York on 2nd May 1912.
She eventually married Eric Holmberg; they lived together in Sweden.
Dagmar Holmberg died in August 1969.