About Dagmar Jenny Ingeborg Enander (Bryhl)
Miss Dagmar Jenny Ingeborg Bryhl
Miss Dagmar Jenny Ingeborg Bryhl, 20, was born on 2 October, 1891, the daughter Gustaf Gottfrid Lustig, a lawyer in Skara, Sweden.
She boarded the Titanic at Southampton with her brother Mr Kurt Arnold Gottfrid Bryhl and her fiancé Ingvar Enander. They were travelling to Rockford, IL to stay with their uncle, Oscar Lustig who lived at 511 Pearl Street. Kurt, who, unlike Dagmar and Ingvar was emigrating to America, acted as interpreter for them.
After the Titanic struck an iceberg Dagmar and the two men made it to the Boat Deck. Dagmar had been in a hurry and had not put on her shoes. Ingvar had promptly brought with him her shoes when he saw her come in her red slippers. They went to the port side of the boat deck accompanied by Henrik Kvillner. Dagmar got her shoes and Ingvar put the slippers in his Ulster pocket. Dagmar didn't remember the number on the boat, but she noticed that it was not even half full when lowered. Looking up she could see Ingvar and Kurt and beside them Henrik Kvillner standing on the deck wearing lifebelts.
Dagmar was probably rescued in lifeboat 12.
Dagmar Jenny Ingeborg Enander's Timeline
October 2, 1891
Skara, Västergötland, Sweden