Cleveland, OH (Lake Erie) Schooner RIVERSIDE Wrecked, Oct 1893

STILL ANOTHER DISASTER.

SCHOONER AND CREW OF EIGHT GONE DOWN IN LAKE ERIE.

Detroit, Oct. 19. -- The schooner Riverside, with a crew of eight, is believed to have gone down in Lake Erie in the recent storm. The crew comprised the following persons:
J. M. JONES, captain, Detroit.
D. J. FARRINGTON, master, Detroit.
MRS. FARRINGTON, his wife, cook.
JOSEPH HARGREAVES, mate, Detroit.
JOHN HARGREAVES, son of above, seaman.
WILLIAM RAYMOND, seaman, residence unknown.
JOHN PAIGE, seaman, residence unknown.
WILLIAM WHEELER, residence unknown.
Captain Haelbottle of the steamer Havana, which passed here yesterday, reports that Tuesday about 9 o'clock he passed two pole spars sticking out of the water about 30 miles above Fairport, and three miles southward of the course from Ashtabula to the Dummy. They were the spars of some steamer which foundered there.

Hamilton Daily Democrat Ohio 1893-10-19