Bagley, UT Train Wreck, Dec 1944
He was born Jan. 24, 1929, in Trenton, N. J. He had been attending school in Salt Lake City and lived there with his mother at 963 East Fifth South. He and his mother were en route to Berkeley, Calif., to join MR. SEAMAN, who is a civilian accountant working in the Oakland naval supply depot. The mother was injured in the wreck, but was taken on to San Francisco. The boy attended schools in Freehold, N. J., and was a member of the Episcopal church.
Survivors include his parents and one sister, LOIS MARIE SEAMAN, whose home is at 501 Fourth avenue, Salt Lake.
The sister came to the mortuary, 529 Twenty-fifth, to identify the body.
Casualty Lists of S. P. Wreck Still Incomplete
Weary railroad officials and army and navy authorities today continued to add to the still incomplete list of casualties in the tragic wreck of the Pacific Limited early yesterday, as grim rescue squads hacked and burned their way through the twisted scrap to find possible new victims.
A Southern Pacific representative said that most of the civilian dead were still unidentified early today, according to the United Press. Names of most of the military and naval dead were withheld pending notification of next of kind[sic].
The list of dead and wounded, gathered from various sources, follows:
JAMES McDONALD, engineer of the second section, Ogden.
W. S. DUERDON, brakeman, Ogden.
LEROY PORTER, S. P. brakeman, his wife, MRS. MARGARET PORTER and their daughters, PEGGY, 14, and MARY, 8, all of Sparks, Nev.
MR. AND MRS. JACK FRANCIS, brother and sister-in-law of MRS. PORTER, Carlin, Nev., and Morgan, Utah.
PABLO FRONSECA, Stockton, Cal., and Rexburg, Ida.
LOUIS HAWKINS, S. P. waiter, Oakland, Cal.
HARRY MADDEN, S. P. cook, Oakland, Cal.
MELVIN JACKSON, S. P. waiter, Oakland, Cal.
A. E. P. ALBERT, 48, S. P. porter, San Francisco.
JOHN BOLKIUS, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Dead, Service Personnel
CM1/C GORDON N. ROLAND, Bayport, Minn.
WT1/C WILFORD SMITH, Jolo, W. Va.
S1/C GRANT F. SMITH, Barbourville, Ky.
STM 2/C JOSEPH J. ZERNLEY, Rt. 2, Long Prairie, Minn.
S1/C WILLIAM S. ROBBINS, 17 Locust, Westville, N. J.
Pvt. WALTER BERNSTEIN, 1506 4th Ave., Oakland, Cal.
Pvt. CECIL G. LUTTELL, 17 Clark St., San Rafael, Cal.
F1/C GEORGE S. SCOTT, 339 Howerton Ave., San Francisco, Cal.
Pvt. ROBERT E. WIELAND, Lakeview, Ia.
Cpl. ISRAEL RAND, 91 Central Park West, New York.
Sgt. ANTON P. DRUSKIS, 5306 S. 3rd St., Omaha, Neb.
Pvt. GLENN E. YOUMANS, Kinsett, Ia.
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