Titanic Sinking - More Bodies Recovered, part 2
BRINGING 189 DEAD FROM THE TITANIC
Apparently 30 Have Been Buried at Sea by the Crew of the Mackay-Bennett.
MILLET'S BODY RECOVERED
Eighty Additional Names of the Identified Sent In---Mail Clerks Among Those Who Will Have Shore Burial.
The cable ship Mackay-Bennett, having on board the bodies of 189 Titanic victims, will arrive at Halifax some time to-morrow, probably late in the afternoon. This information was given out at the White Star Line offices yesterday afternoon, following a wireless message from the Captain of the Mackay-Bennett, in which the names of eighty additional identified bodies was transmitted. it appears that only eighteen of those on board remain unidentified.
The various messages from the Mackay-Bennett show that the vessel picked up he bodies of 219 Titanic victims. The fact that there are only 189 bodies on board indicates that thirty have been buried at sea, probably because they were considered beyond identification.
The full list of names wirelessed yesterday from the Mackay-Bennett is as follows:
ALE, PEDRO. (not on passenger list.)
ABBOTT, ROSSMORE. ACKERMAN, J., (not on list.)
ANTONIO, ALLONIA B., (not on list.)
ALLUM, OWEN G. ANDERSON, KARVIN, (several Andersons were on board, but none listed as Karvin.)
BATEMAN, ROBERT J.
BATISTE, BERNARDI, (not on list.) BAXTER, T. F., (Mr. and Mrs. Quigg Baxter, the only persons of that name on passenger list.)
BILLARD, AUSTIN VAN.
CLARKE, ______, (may refer to body of Bandsman Clarke.)
COVE, S. (not on list)
CARTEY, WILLIAM, (the Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Carter were among the second cabin passengers lost.)
CROSBY, EDWARD G.
COB, J. M., (not on passenger list; may refer to body of William Lob.)
DANBOM, E. GILBERT, (in the second cabin was H. Danborny and in the steerage Ernst Dalbon and family, all of whom were lost.)
DAVIES, J. J.
DAUSON, J., (not on list.)
DEBREUCQ, MAURICE E., (not on list.)
DOGBLE, A., (not on list.)
EVERETT, THOMAS J.
FELLOWS, ALFRED, (not on list.)
FOX, STANLEY H.
FREEMAN, E., (not on list.)
GUSTAFSON, AMERS, (Johan and Alfred Gustafson, steerage passengers; were lost.)
GRADIAGE, G., (not on list.)
HUMBLIN, ADOLPH, (not on list)
HAUSSA, MERCIA. (not on list)
HARTLEY, WALLACE H., (not on list.)
HENGOOD, R., (not on list)
HUTCHINSON, J., (not on list.)
INGRAM, G., (not on list.)
JAILLETT, H., (not on list)
KING, ALFRED. (Vincenz King and family were in steerage)
KERT, EDWARD A. (undoubtedly refers to the body of Edward A. Kent, a saloon passenger.
KANTOR, S. (Selna Kantar.)
LAYSON, R. W. (May be R. W. N. Leyson)
LE FEVRE, GEORGE. (Francis Lefebre and family among the steerage passengers.)
LYONS, H. (not on list)
MILLET, FRANK D. MAYO, M. (not on list)
MECJFP, ALFONSO, (not on list) McCARTHY, TIMOTHY.
McRAE, ARTHUR G.
MARCH, JOHN S.
MINAHAN, Dr. W. E.
MARSH, F. , (not on list)
MILLING, C. (J. Milling was a second-cabin passenger who was lost.) McQUILLAN, W. (not on list)
NICHOLSON, A. S.
NOVEL, MONSSOR. (Manseur Ravel, a steerage passenger)
Continued, More Bodies Recovered, part 3 (below)