Boston, MA Terrible Train Wreck At Bussey Bridge, Mar 1887
MISS NORRIS, West Roxbury.
WEBSTER DRAKE, Conductor, Dedham.
MR. ADAMS, Roslindale.
BARRACK CORINTH, West Roxbury.
MISS SWALLOW, Washington St., Roslindale.
MISS IDA ADAMS, 16 years, Boston.
ROSE WALSH, Park St., West Roxbury.
ALBERT S. JOHNSON, 40 years, Roslindale.
PETER SWASHAN, tailor, 45 years, Roslindale.
EMMA O. HILL, Roslindale, was the sole support of an aged mother and invalid sister, identified at city hospital morgue.
HATTIE J. DUDLEY, Roslindale.
MISS M. L. ODICORNE, Dover, N. H., employed on Summer St., Boston
GEORGE NORTH, Spring Street Station.
FRANK E. HEWINS, West Roxbury.
CHARLES SWAN, Boston.
MARY MURPHY, aged 22, Roslindale.
GEORGE METCALF, Boston.
MRS. G. W. WATTS.
Ogdensburg Advance & Democrat New York 1887-03-17
List of the Injured (Taken from the Boston Daily Globe 1887-03-15)
C. F. DRAKE, badly shaken up.
GEORGE FORD, arm broken.
JOHN TRIPP, Brakeman, internally injured.
W. C. McALLISTER, Dedham, internally injured.
R. WEIMAR, Roslindale, slightly injured.
H. A. BILLINGS, Roslindale, head injured.
BENJAMIN F. FAVOR.
MR. ALBERT BURDETTE, Dedham, slightly injured.
J. H. DRAYTON, SR., Dedham, wrists and two fingers broken.
MISS NELLIE PALMER.
FRANK PLUMMER, West Roxbury, slightly injured.
MISS EMMA F. AMES.
MR. CARLON, Roslindale, badly injured.
J. H. C. CAMPBELL.
E. A. BOOTH, West Roxbury.
FRANK NICHOLS, Dedham, injured about the head.
GEORGE MAY, Centre St., West Roxbury, crushed arm.
ALONZO W. CHEEVER, editor, New England Farmer, Dedham, scalp wound, serious.
BENJAMIN G. FAVOR, Dedham, shoulder injured.
WINFIELD W. SMITH, Dedham, thigh fractured.
JOHN HALLIGAN, Skinner Hill, Roslindale, hip and leg injured.
ALICE SHAW, scalp wounds.
JAMES H. NOON, scalp wound.
E. G. ENNIS, Dedham, hand crushed.
RENS SPAANS, barber, School St., badly injured.
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