Mrs. J. Murray Brown (1)

Concord Enterprise

Mrs. J. Murray Brown, who upon her return from New York, where she was taken to the home of her sister, wife of Judge Cornell, upon the arrival of the Carpathia, came to Concord and went to the home of her daighter, Mrs. George S. Keyes. She is now at the hoime of her son, J. Murray Brown, in East Acton.
Mrs. Keyes on Monday stated to an Enterprise reporter, that her mother seemed to have recovered somewhat from the terrible shock, but was still very tired and her pale face told of the sufferings which she had undergone.
Mrs. Brown was one of the last women to leave the Titanic, leaving in the last boat. The story of her experiences has appeared in several of the Boston papers, given, not by herself, as would be understood by the reports, but by either her son, J. Murray Brown, or by her son-in-law, George S. Keyes, both of whom met her in New York. Mrs. Brown herself, has not seen the reporters, it being deemed advisable that she in her naturally nervous state, was in no condition to be interviwed.

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