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Chester, PA Fireworks Factory Explosion, Feb 1882

Killed:
THOMAS ANDERSON, Second and Ulrich Streets, Franklin Company.
ANTHONY BARBER, of the Hanley; formerly a policeman of the South Ward, Chester.
WILLIAM COWAN, the lower part of his face was blown off.
DAVID DIVERS, Parker Sreet, Chester; 13 years old.
THOMAS DONALDSON, Kerlin near Front, of Chester; about 22 years old.
JAMES T. DOUGHERTY, Eleventh and Kerlin, a carpenter, formerly of Village Green.
WILLIAM H. FRANKLIN, Franklin Company.
JOSEPH KESTNER, Market below Second, Franklin; in the South Ward, Chester.
ALBERT LAMBERT, Second below Market.
JACOB LAMPLUGH, a boy, Third below Penn, of Chester.
WILLIAM McNEAL, Market below Second, Franklin.
JAMES OAKES, a boy, son of a shoemaker in Chester.
ALEXANDER PHILLIPS, Pennell and Mary Streets, Franklin Company.
JOHN POLLACK, a married man, South Ward, Hanley Company, of Chester.
ROBERT STINSON, of the Hanley.
ROBERT TAYLOR, Second below Market, of Chester.
PETER VESCOVE, Second Street.
PERRY WILLIAMS, janitor (colored) of the National Hall, Bethel Court, Chester.
WILLIAM WOOD, Fulton below Second; a member of the Franklin Fire Company; he was wounded about the head and body, and died soon after being removed from the street.
Wounded:
EDWARD BAKER, a brother in law of McNeal; side of his head badly lacerated.
SALLIE BLACK, colored; injured in the side, but not fatally.
DAVID BLIZZARD, a boy; head and face badly lacerated.
MR. BLIZZARD, Police Officer; painfully hurt.
JAMES CLARK.
MR. DALTON, Chief of the FIre Department; wounded about the arm and body by falling stones, also a cut over the right eye.
CHARLES DALTON, son of the chief engineer; injured internally; no hope of his recovery.
CHARLES DELANEY, a member of the Moyamensing Company; wounded on the head and right arm, though not seriously.
JOHN T. EGAN, severely cut on the eye.
WILLIAM FORD, a grocer; badly hurt.
BENJAMIN GARTSIDE, of Chester, 28 years old; badly wounded.
WILLIAM GILLSEN, a fireman; seriously hurt.
WALTER GRAHAM, injured about the head, face and arms, but not seriously.
A. GREENBAUGH, a fireman.
HIRAM GRIFFITH, scalp wound.
ALEXANDER HAMILTON, struck by flying missile.
FRANK HUNTER, a barber; face cut.
JOSEPH JOHNSON, colored; struck in the back by falling timber, but not dangerously hurt.
ELLWOOD KLINGENBERG, injured in the leg and arm; 18 years old.
HORACE LARKIN, cut seriously about the head.
ELLWOOD LONG, member of the Hanley Company; wounded about the head, face, and arms, but not seriously.

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