Cape Mendicino, CA Steamer WALLA WALLA Wreck, Jan 1902

SEVENTY-THREE PERISHED AT SEA.

THAT NUMBER OF WALLA WALLA PASSENGERS NOT ACCOUNTED FOR.

REVISED LIST OF THE DEAD.

THE RAFTS STILL ON THE OCEAN - FRENCH BARK UNIDENTIFIED AND MAY HAVE GONE DOWN.

San Francisco, Jan. 4. -- It is not yet known how many persons perished in the wreck of the steamer Walla Walla which was run into and sunk by an unknown French back off Cape Mendocino. The most conservative statement placed the number of dead at 49 and included 29 in the list of missing. Another estimate is that no less than 74 persons are yet unaccounted for.
Those believed to be dead are:
MRS. HERMAN ROTZSCHMAR, wife of Lieut. Rotzschmar.
MRS. M. REYNOLDS, stewardess.
MRS. H. ERICKSON and three children.
LOUIS H. DRUBY, of San Francisco.
E. L. NUTTMAN, purser.
WILLIAM BERTEL, fireman.
JOHN WILSON, also known as Hans P. Anderson, quartermaster.
The list of missing, whose fate is still in doubt, includes the following.
H. ERICKSON, laborer.
DR. S. F. ALLEN and wife.
J. L. FIELD.
J. A. GRAY.
CHAS. NEFF, of Seattle.
W. DUHLER.
D. JONES.
J. BROWN.
F. DEMAR.
C. GLEASON.
M. C. MARSH.
G. NICHOLSON.
M. HANSELMAN.
Chief Officer PETER NILSEN.
Second Mate FREDERICK LUPP.
Third Mate JOHN HUGHES.
Fourth Mate CECIL BROWN.
Chief Engineer GEO. H. CROSBY.
Second Assistant Engineer B. F. PETERS.
Steward JOHN CONNELL.
Boatswain A. HOLMES.
E. NELSON.
M. HARE.
J. ROONY.
M. CALLAGHAM.
SANTIAGO MURIELLO, pantryman.
FRANK REARDON, porter.
JOHN SNIEL.
F. NANCEIT.
FRANK RHODE, waiter.
EDGAR REISS, waiter.
J. HOLLOWAY.
T. B. WILLIAMS, waiter.
J. O. JOHNSON.
GEO. MORRISON.
There are still on the ocean, so far as known, two rafts. If either of these has been picked up the number of supposed victims will be materially decreased. Sixty-two of the passengers and crew were picked up and landed at Eureka by the steam schooner Dispatch; twenty-three survivors drifted ashore near Trinidad and seventeen others were rescued by the tug Ranger. Capt. HALL, who went down with the vessel, but came to the surface and was saved, thinks that some of the missing may yet be heard from.

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