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Anna Elisabeth Judith Dyker (Andersson)

生日 (71)
出生地 Worcester, Worcester, MA, USA
逝世 1961年2月19日 (71)
直接亲属

Carl AndersonMatilda Johnson之女
Adolf Fredrik DykerJohn A. Josephson的妻子
Kenneth O. AnderssonJohn W. Andersson之母
Fritz Anderson的姐妹

Occupation: Music teacher
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About Anna Elisabeth Judith Dyker

Titanica

  • Name: Mrs Anna Elisabeth Judith Dyker (née Andersson)
  • Born: Sunday 24th November 1889 in Worcester Massachusetts United States
  • Age: 22 years 4 months and 22 days.
  • Married to Adolf Fredrik Dyker.
  • Last Residence: in New Haven Connecticut United States
  • 3rd Class passenger
  • First Embarked: Southampton on Wednesday 10th April 1912
  • Ticket No. 347072 , £13 18s
  • Destination: New Haven Connecticut United States
  • Rescued (boat 16)
  • Disembarked Carpathia: New York City on Thursday 18th April 1912
  • Died: Sunday 19th February 1961
  • Cause of Death: Cause Not Disclosed
  • Buried: Glendale Cemetery Bloomfield New Jersey United States

Mrs Adolf Fredrik Dyker (Anna Elisabeth Judith Andersson), 22, was born on 24 November 1889 the daughter of Carl Anderson and his wife Matilda Johnson. She lived 468 Washington St. New Haven, Connecticut, and was married to Adolf Dyker. She also had a brother Fritz Anderson living in USA.

Elisabeth Dyker was born in Worchester, Massachusetts and had met Adolf when his family moved to 187 Center St. New Haven. They had got married not long before and had their new house in New Haven almost ready built. Elisabth gave music lessons and was teaching herself to become a singer.

Elisabeth and Adolf were travelling from Gnesta, Sweden to New Haven. They boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a third class passengers. When the Titanic was sinking "Fred" put her into lifeboat 16 "kissed me and stepped back to let other women enter the boat." With her in the lifeboat she had her handbag with among other things two golden watches, two diamond rings and a sapphire necklace, but she lost the handbag either in the lifeboat or on Carpathia , she could not say where. Adolf died in the sinking, his body was never found.

From New York she sent a telegram to New Haven, "Liza saved, Fred lost". To ministry of foreign affairs in Stockholm she wrote:

"I lost my husband and everything I owned, I was wounded when I was brought from Titanic, that together with sorrow and worries has completely broke me down. My health have not recovered, I have tried to done some work to earn my living, as I'm now living in my parents home and my father is old and cannot earn too much, I cannot fully be a burden to him, but my strength doesn't allow me to do further work." Elisabeth received $1200 from the Red Cross Fund in New York, $300 from "The Women's Relief Committee", New York. No papers on damage claims paid exists, but she sued White Star for $4000 for lost luggage and $14000 for loss of husband.

After the disaster Elisabeth Dyker continued as a music teacher, she remarried to John A.Josephson and moved to New Jersey where she lived until her death on 19 February 1961.

Articles

  • Bergen Record (New Jersey), February 20, 1961, Obituary

Certificates

  • State Department of Health of New Jersey Certificate of Death

References

  • Claes-Göran Wetterholm (1988, 1996, 1999) Titanic. Prisma, Stockholm. ISBN 91 518 3644 0

Acknowledgements

  • Brian Meister, USA
  • Claes-Göran Wetterholm, Sweden

Contributors

  • Phillip Gowan, USA
  • Michael A. Findlay, USA
  • Leif Snellman, Finland

Travelling Companions (on same ticket)

  • Mr Adolf Fredrik Dyker
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Anna Elisabeth Judith Dyker的年谱

1889
1889年11月24日
Worcester, Worcester, MA, USA
1961
1961年2月19日
71岁
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