London, ON Steamer VICTORIA Disaster, Mar 1881

MR. and MRS. JONES.
MRS. JONES, two children.
MRS. KELLY, an emigrant and two of her sisters living in this city.
MISS KENDRICK, of Adelaide Street.
MRS. KILBORN.
J. W. KILBURN.
MRS. WILLIAM LASKIE, and child.
JOHNNY LE CLAIRE, of West London.
THOMAS LESTER.
EDIE LOUGHREY, of West London.
THOMAS LESTER.
EDIE LOUGHREY, of West London.
ALLIE McALLISTER, of Horton Street.
WILLIAM McBRIDE, City Assessor and Secretary of the Western Fair Association.
MISS McCONNELL.
MISS McDONALD.
ADA McINTOSH, of Dundos Street.
MR. McLENNAN, a blacksmith.
MRS. McMOYGAT.
MARY McPHERSON, a daughter, 15 years old, of Archibald McPherson.
W. MADDINER, of Westminster.
HARVEY MAGEE, aged 15.
MISS MALONY.
ROSETTA MARKHAM.
CHARLES MARTIN.
NELLIE MASTON.
MASURET, two children of one family.
MRS. MATTHEWS, and two children, the family of the night editor of the Advertiser.
MISS MEEKEY.
J. C. MEREDITH, Clerk of the DIvision Court, father of W. R. Meredith; member Provincial Parliament.
MRS. JOHN MOORE, and one child.
BERTIE MORRISON; NELLIE, JOHN and BERTIE, 5 years old, were the children of James Morrison of London, East.
JOHN MORRISON, 19 years old.
NELLIE MORRISON.
MISS MIDDLETON.
W. H. MILLMAN, a commercial traveler, of Montreal, and two sons.
PRISCILLA M. MUSTILL.
MASTER ORONYATEKHA, a son, 15 years old of Dr. Oronyatekha.
S. PEHLO.
J. PERKINS, son of J. Perkins, a butcher.
JOHN PHILLIPS.
SAMUEL PILE.
MRS. PARISH POKE.
A. B. POWELL, two nephews also lost.
EMMA PRESCOTT.
WILLIE PRESCOTT.
MARGARET QUINN, 17 years.
MR. ROBERTSON, Manager of the Bank of British North America.
J. ROGERS, plumber.
MRS. ST. HERON, of William Street.
MRS. SCOTT, of Ann Street.
MRS. W. SCOTT, of Oxford Street.
ALFRED SHARE.
HENRY SHAY.
MR. SHAYER.
MR. SHIPLEY.
MISSES SHIPLEY, two young ladies of one family.
J. SHIRES.
JAMES SHORT.
WILLIAM SHORT.

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