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Charleston, SC Drownings, Jan 1894

DROWNED NEAR CHARLESTON.

Six White Men Lost – Nothing Known of the Cause of the Accident.

CHARLESTON, Jan. 24. – A boat containing six white men left Sullivan’s Island on Monday last for the life savings station on Morris Island. Today the bodies of two of them were found on the shore of Morris Island. One of them H. R. CAMPSON, is a member of the life saving crew of Morris Island. The other, named FRED MILLER, was a resident of Sullivan Island. The other four men are missing and are supposed to be drowned. Nothing is known of the cause of the accident.

The State, Columbia, SC 25 Jan 1894



article | by Dr. Radut