American Red Cross Emergency and Relief

No. 76. (English). A dairy man, 29 years old, was drowned. He was accompanied by his wife, who was saved, and intended to settle in California. There are no children. The widow estimated the property loss at $1,200; from other relief funds in this country she received $250. She returned to England in April, and from the English funds was granted a pension of 20 shillings a week.

[Note: She returned to England on 25th April 1912 via SS Celtic.]

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