Ingeborg Constanzia Andersson (1902 - 1912)

ADVERTISEMENT BY ANCESTRY.COM

Biography

Birth


Kisa, Kinda Municipality County, Östergötland County Sweden

Death

Cause of death: Swept by a wave/hypothermia

Cause of death

Swept by a wave/hypothermia

Burial / Funeral

at North Atlantic Ocean,

Obituary

Last Known Residence

Kisa, Kinda Municipality County, Östergötland County Sweden

Family

Father: Anders Johan Andersson
Mother: Alfrida Konstanzia (Brogren) Andersson
Siblings: Sigrid Elisabeth Andersson, Ebba Iris Andersson, Sigvard Harald Elias Andersson, and Ellis Maria Andersson

Middle name

C.

Surnames

Ethnicity

Swedish

Nationality

Swedish

Religion

Saint Lucien

Gender

Female

Obituary

The family boarded Titanic as 3rd class to emigrate to Canada from Southampton, England on April 10, 1912. On April 14th Titanic struck an iceberg at 11:40 PM. All Passengers were unaware of the danger. Because the family couldn't speak English, the family was confused when the stewards shouted "All passengers with lifebelts! Go up to the decks!" Some of the 3rd class passengers were prevented to go up to the decks until all 1st and 2nd class people boarded the lifeboats which caused a commotion in the 3rd class areas. The Andersson family managed to reach the decks among other 3rd class crowds. Realizing all boats had gone, the family managed to stay until the end. They were last seen on the boat deck and swept by a cosmic wave. None of their bodies were found.

Memories

Write a comment
Alyssa McIntosh Ingeborg was the second daughter and sibling. She shared the same birthday as her older sister Sigrid. The family boarded Titanic as 3rd class. They owned a farm in Kisa, Sweden.
Dec 19, 2015 · Reply

Other Records of Ingeborg Constanzia Andersson

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT BY ANCESTRY.COM

Sources