Manchester, NY Train Wreck, Aug 1911
List of the Dead
A revised list of the dead follows.
In Rochester morgue:
Unknown Woman, died at Hahnemann hospital this morning.
W. P. RUNDLE, Easton, Pa., died this morning.
HARRY BEAKER, trainman, Waverly, N. Y.
E. M. Bell, veteran, Los Angeles, Cal.
In morgue at Shortsville:
MRS. A ZUBECK, Buffalo.
T. C. MADDEN, No. 628 North Olden Avenue, Trenton, N. J.
MRS. C. F. JOHNSON, Cleveland, O.
CHARLES HICKS, Newark, N. J.
MRS. I. S. UNCLE, Smithfield, N. J.
JOSEPH HICKEY, Philadelphia, Pa.
ELLEN E. BROWNELL, Newton, Pa.
C. P. JOHNSON, Philadelphia.
A. M. HUNSICKER, Vineland, Ont.
E. PANGBURN, Brooklyn.
HELEN E. POWALL, address unknown.
Unknown woman, about 30, blonde hair, blue eyes, blue serge suit.
Unknown woman, initials "E. H." on clothing.
Unknown woman, 30, initials "C. H." on stickpin.
Unknown woman, initials "E. T. P." on clothing.
Unknown woman, gold band ring engraved "Minnie, November 28th, '83."
MRS. FREDERICK A. WINKLER, 55, Philadelphia.
REBECCA A. DANERLITT, 55, Niagara Falls.
EDGAR B. ANDERSON, 62 Brooklyn, N. Y.
Unknown woman, 35 or 40 years old.
Unknown woman, dark hair, about 175 pounds in weight.
Unknown woman, 40, dark hair.
Unknown boy, about 12 years old.
MRS. EMILY HILL was the unknown woman who died at the Hahnemann hospital this morning.
WILLIS RUNDELL, mail clerk, 49, died at Homeopathic hospital, Easton, Pa.
MISS RANDALL, Niagara Falls, at the General hospital, is dying.
MR. DRAPER at the General hospital, is dying.
MRS. ESTHER or MABEL LAWRENCE, is unconscious at Hanneman hospital and will die.
The Syracuse Herald New York Pg. 3 1911-08-26