Canaan, NH Train Wreck, Sept 1907

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MISS ANNIE BARRETT, Manchester, N. H.
DOMENICK BENOIT, Lowell, Mass.
L. C. BLAKE, Somerville, Mass.
MRS. ADOLPH BOISCERT, Concord, N. H.
MRS. E. S. BRIGGS, West Lebanon, N. H.
LEON S. CADY, West Lebanon, N. H.
RICHARD F. CLARSON, Lebanon, N. H.
J. M. CONGDON, Bethel, Vt., and Boston.
MRS. ALICE CUNNINGHAM, Hamilton, Mass.
C. E. DERBY, Boston.
MRS. VERA GAGNON, Sherbrooke, P. Q.
DELIA HOULD, Manchester, N. H.

F. H. LOWER, Barton Landing, Vt.
FRED M. PHELPS, Ochiltree, Texas
AUGUSTINE ROYER, Manchester, N. H.
MISS ANNIE ST. PIERRE, Isle Vort, P. Q.
TIMOTHY SHAUGHNESSEY, Manchester, N. H.
MRS. TIMOTHY SHAUGHNESSEY, Manchester, N. H.
GEORGE L. SOUTHWICK, Worcester, Mass.
H. D. STEVENS, Musquodoboit, N. S.
MRS. WILLIAM VENTINNIER, Robinson, Que.
MISS LILLIAN VENTINNIER, daughter of above, same address.
MRS. M. E. WARREN, Haverhill, Mass.
T. HOWARD WARREN, eight years old., son of above, same address.
M. H. WILSON East Cambridge, Mass.

None of the 22 bodies which were brought to the undertaking establishments in this city had been shipped away tonight, and it was expected that nearly all the others would be claimed by relatives and removed tomorrow morning.

The injured at the Mary Hitchcock hospital at Hanover were all reported tonight as doing well and they are expected to recover, with the possible exception of Miss Albina Jauorn of Nashua, who was injured internally. Miss Jauorn was reported as failing tonight, and it is feared that she may not live until morning. The physicians however, said they had not given up hope of her recovery and that they thought possible, should she survive the night that her condition would show improvement tomorrow.

Mrs. John Barrett, one of the passengers of the express train, who was taken to her home in Manchester after the accident was today taken to the hospital at Hanover that she might be near her husband who is also among the injured in the hospital. Mrs. Barrett is suffering from a shoulder sprain and scalp wound. Her daughter Miss Annie Barrett was one of those killed in the collision.

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