Titanic Sinking - More Bodies Recovered
FUNERAL SHIP NOW ON WAY TO HALIFAX
Sends Message That G. D. Widener's Body Is Among Those Recovered
205 IN ALL PICKED UP
Revised List of Those Lost from Great Liner Clears Some of the Attendant Confusion.
The corrected list of identified dead as received at the White Star Line office yesterday morning is as follows:
ASHE, H. W.
ADAUL, MAURITZ, (believed to refer to Mauritz Dahl, who was a steerage passenger on the Titanic.)
BUTT, W., (a seaman)
BUTT, W., (may refer to Major Archibald Butt, who was the only other person of that name known to have been on the Titanic.)
CHAPMAN, JOHN H.
CARBINES, W., (originally transmitted as W. Corbine)
DOUGLAS, W. D.
DRAZENOUI, YOSIP. (undoubtedly refers to Josef Draznovic, who was steerage passenger.)
GILL, J. H., (in first list transmitted as John Gill.)
HANSEN, HENRY D.
HALE, REG., (Reginald Hale undoubtedly referred to)
HARBECK, W. H.
HOLVERDON, A. O., (considered certain that A. M. Halverson of Troy, N. Y., is referred to)
HOFFMAN, LOUIS M.
HAYTOR, A., (identified as the "glory-hole steward" of the Titanic)
Hospital attendant, (no name given.)
JOHANSON, MALCOM, (originally sent out as Malkolm Johnson.)
MARRIORTT, W. H., (no such name appears on the list of passengers or the list of the crew of the Titanic.)
McNAMEE, Mrs. N., (probably has reference to the body of Miss Eileen McNamee.)
MACK, Mrs. (in first transmission the name appears as Mrs. Mary Mack.)
MONROS, JEAN, (in first list sent as Jerry Morrose.)
NASSER, NICOLAS. (in original list sent as Nicolas Rahser, a mistake that led to the suggestion that Col. Astor might have been intended.)
RICE, J. R.
ROSENSHINE, GEORGE. (believed to refer to George Rosenshine)
ROBBINS, Mrs. A.
SCHEDID, NIHIL, (originally transmitted as a single name.)
TOMLIN, ERNEST P.
VASSILIOS, CATAVELAS. (thought to be a confusion of two sirnames.)
VEAR, W., (may be W. J. Ware or W. T. Stead, and if the latter the mistake is due to a freakish error in transmission)
WIDENER, GEORGE W.
In transmitting the corrected list of identified bodies the captain of the Mackay-Bennett said that the total number of bodies picked up by that vessel numbered 205, but he did not divulge how many of these bodies are being brought to Halifax.
The New York Times, New York, NY 26 Apr 1912
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