Chesterfield Nurse Rescued

Sheffield Daily Telegraph

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Miss Evelyn Marsden, who was a nurse-stewardess in the first caloon on the Titanic, is among the rescued. This information  was conveyed in a telegram received yesterday by her uncle, Mr. George Robisson, veterinary surgeon, Ash Tree House, Chesterfield, and was especially gratifying, in view of the fact that her name did not appear in the published list of the saved.

Mis Marsden was on the Olympic when that vessel collided with the Hawke, being in the next compartment to that which received the full force of the impact. Her fiance is the doctor on the Macedonia, and they are to be married shortly.

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