Altoona, PA Horseshoe Curve Train Wreck, Feb 1947 - Dead Identified
NEARLY ALL WRECK DEAD IDENTIFIED
By International News Service
ALTOONA, Feb 19. Cambria County Coroner DANIEL REPLOGLE today announced that all but four persons killed in the wreck of the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Red Arrow have been identified.
He said four women still remained unidentified after yesterday’s tragedy. He listed the following identified victims:
WILLIAM H. MOORE, Pittsburgh.
M. G. McARDLE, Scottdale, engineer on second locomotive.
B. K. HENRY, Derry, fireman on second locomotive.
J. L. Parasock, Bellwood, fireman on first locomotive.
JOHN A. DRUM, DeBois [sic]
PVT. GEORGE STACY, Fort Dix, N.J.
MRS. SADIE TAYLOR, New Castle, Del.
CHARLES O. STEINHART,11, Tiffin, Ohio.
MRS. JULIA BUSCH, Camden, N.J.
HOMER E. BOHRIER, Lemoyne.
P. J. LEIDEN, Altoona.
HOLLAND L. BOWMAN, Mechanicsburg.
BYRON JACKMAN, Philadelphia.
MRS. BERTHA KAZMARK, Keansburg, N. J.
THEODORE KITTERIDGE, Baltimore, Md.
J. V. LENESE, Philadelphia.
MRS. LILLIAN PETTEGREE, Bridgeton, N. J.
GEORGE C. BOWMAN, Tyrone.
MRS. SAMUEL SAMARITANA, Altoona.
MRS. RENNET, address unknown.
MRS. LAURA DE JAIFFE, Toledo, Ohio.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA 19 Feb 1947