Mr Kurt Arnold Gottfrid Bryhl

Mr Kurt Arnold Gottfrid Bryhl, 25, was born on 2 March, 1887 in Ulricehamn, Älvsborgs County, Sweden, to Edvard Gottfrid and Ida Jenny (nee Gustafsson) Lustig.

Kurt worked as upholsterer (or decorator / wall-paperman) in Skara; he and his half-sister Dagmar Bryhl had taken their name from their grandmother. They boarded the Titanic at Southampton with Dagmar's fiancé Ingvar Enander as second class passengers. Kurt acted as interpreter for the group.

Upon arrival in America Ingvar, Kurt and Dagmar were to join the Bryhl's uncle Oskar Lustig at 511 Pearl St. Rockford, Illinois.

Mr Bryhl unlike the others, was emigrating to America. On the night of the sinking, Dagmar recalled, Kurt had been wearing a gray-speckled costume. He died in the disaster.

Credits
Peter Engberg, Sweden
Debbie Hanson, USA
Homer Thiel, USA
Leif Snellman, Finland
References and Sources
Chicago Daily Tribune (Illinois), 17 April 1912
Claes-Göran Wetterholm (1988, 1996, 1999) Titanic. Prisma, Stockholm. ISBN 91 518 3644 0

Articles and Stories

Rockford Republic (1912) 
 
Rockford Daily Register Gazette (1912) 
 
Chicago Tribune (1912) 
 
Rockford Register Star (1997) 
 
Rockford Morning Star (1912) 
 
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(2017) Kurt Arnold Gottfrid Bryhl Encyclopedia Titanica (ref: #358, updated 21st July 2017 08:40:01 AM)
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