Mrs Daniel Warner Marvin (Mary Graham Carmichael Farquarson), 18, from New York, NY, boarded the Titanic at Southampton with her husband Daniel. Travelling as first class passenger, the couple were returning to New York City from their honeymoon in Europe. They occupied cabin D-30.
Mrs Marvin was rescued in lifeboat 10 but Daniel Marvin died in the sinking.
In the Daily Sketch of April 20 Mrs Marvin was reported as having seen a passenger with a revolver fight his way to a boat, and threaten to shoot anybody who interfered.
Articles and Stories
|New York Times (1954)||OBITUARY OF MRS. MARVIN'S SECOND HUSBAND: HORACE S. DECAMP|
|New York Times (1913)||MRS M. F. MARVIN IS CHRISTMAS BRIDE|
|New York Times (1916)||ADOPTS HIS WIFE'S CHILD|
|Le Journal (1912)||MRS MARVIN|
|Daily Sketch (1912)||THE SADDEST OF MANY SAD STORIES|
|New York Times (1912)||MARRIAGE OF DANIEL MARVIN AND MARY FARQUHARSON|
|New York Times (1914)||ACTRESS SUES DE CAMP|
|The Times (1912)||MRS W. D. MARVIN|
|The Times (1912)||OTHER STATEMENTS BY SURVIVORS|
|New York Times (1913)||MRS. MARVIN'S WEDDING|
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The Daily Sketch (London), April 17
The Times (London), April 20 1912
The Daily Sketch (London), April 20 1912
The Daily Mirror (London), May 15 1912
Robin Warner Saunders, Canada