Chester, PA Fireworks Factory Explosion, Feb 1882
FRANK McCALL, of McCall & Yarnall; fingers badly lacerated.
LEWIS McCULLOUGH, badly injured; throat cut and internal injuries.
JOHN MILLER, a reporter of the Times; hurt about the head, face, and throat, but not fatally. This victim remembers nothing about the explosion. He did not even know that an explosion had taken place and when he recovered consciousness had to be informed how he received his injuries.
SMITH NOBLITT, a fireman; seriously hurt.
GEORGE POTTS, colored; wounded about the head, but not seriously.
DANIEL ROTHWELL, colored; struck on the head with a brick.
JANE ROY, colored; badly mangled.
ISAAC SHAWL, colored; badly injured.
ROBERT TAYLOR, colored; severely cut, but not fatally.
GEORGE TURNER, colored; wounded slightly in the head.
WILLIAM WARD, son of Congressman Ward; slightly hurt.
ELIZA WATSON, colored; wrist broken.
GEORGE WILLIAMS, colored; arm seriously hurt.
JOHN WOOD, cut severely about the head.
MARY WOODING, colored; cut on the head.
WILLIAM WORRILOW, slightly injured.
New York Times New York 1882-02-18