Williamsport, PA Baptist Church Collapse, Dec 1872

The Wounded.
There were some forty or fifty wounded, among whom were the following:
MRS. THOMAS AMES, badly bruised.
MISS SECHINOF, slightly burned.
MRS. MOFFITT, badly bruised.
MISS FESSLER, leg broken.
DANIEL NEWCOMER, leg broken.
MRS. ABRAHAM BERRY, leg broken.
ROBERT MOFFITT, slightly bruised.
HOWARD REEDER, jaw fractured.
LEWIS REEDER, badly bruised.
MRS. JONATHAN FISHER, leg broken.
MISS BARKINS, arm broken.
MRS. E. B. CAMPBELL, badly injured.
JOHN ANTES, head cut.
MISS THOMAS, limb broken.
MISS TONER, limb broken.
ANDREW MENTIER, ribs broken.
SADIE RAMSAY, ankle sprained.
GERTIE RAMSAY, wounded.
Second daughter of James Toner, ankle sprained.
JAMES McFESHLER, badly bruised, having had his scalp torn loose.
GEORGE SNOOK, bruised.
CARRIE BUSHY.
MR. and MRS. McMINN, badly bruised.
ALICE NEWCOMER.
EMMA BROWN.
LEWIS HARTMAN.
WILLIAM HOUCK.
MISS R. JACOBY.
MISS ANNIE SHAW.
ALICE McBRIDE and father.
SARAH WALTZ, AMANDA WALTZ and WILLIAM WALTZ were injured.
LEWIS CUPP had his nose broken in four places and others were more or less injured, among whom are:
JACKSON NEWCOMER.
LOTTIE ADAMS.
EDWARD and JENNIE KINLEY.
LIZZIE FLEXIR.
GEORGE BOSKINS.
WILLIAM HELLUMWORTHY.
J. N. C. CONNELLY and a child of Mr. Berry.
MR. and MRS. J. B. G. KINSTOE.
Some of the injured will probably die. It is impossible to give the names of any more of the wounded at this time, as many of them were immediately removed to their houses in different parts of the city.

New York Herald New York 1872-12-27