London, ON Steamer VICTORIA Disaster, Mar 1881

J. C. SIDDON, of the Customs service.
CHARLES SIDDONS, 18 years.
LIZZIE SKINNER, daughter of Alderman Skinner.
MR. SMALLMAN.
SMALLMAN, two children of Mr. Smallman.
MRS. SMART, wife of H. Smart, of the Free Press and two children.
CARLYLE O. SMITH.
EDWIN SMITH, clerk for Glass, Glass & Barrett.
ORVILLE SMITH, 17 years.
MINNIE SMITH.
MRS. SMITH.
MISS SMITH, a daughter of Mrs. Smith.
THOMAS STEPHENS.
MRS. THOMAS STEPHENSON.
STEPHENSON, three children of Mrs. Thomas Stephenson.
MR. and MRS. FRANK STEVENS, and four children.
WILLIE STEXLEY.
MRS. STONEHOUSE.
GEORGE STREET.
LIZZIE STUART, 18 years.
MISS SWANVILLE.
DOLLIE TATHAM, of Colborne Street.
MISS TAYLOR.
C. THAYER, of Carling's Brewery.
GEORGE TREMER, London, West.
WILLIE TREMER, of London, West.
JOHN WALL, a shoemaker.
MRS. WALL, three other members of the family are also missing.
GEORGE WALSH.
WILLIAM WANNACOTT.
ALFRED WASTIE, a son, 15 years old, of Thomas Wastie.
JAMES WEATHERHEAD, of Carling's Brewery.
WILLIE WESTMAN, of Dundas Street.
JOSEPH YOUNG.
The list includes many prominent citizens and members of their families and more bodies will no doubt be found before midnight, as a number of missing persons have not been accounted for.

Oshkosh Daily Northwestern Wisconsin 1881-05-26