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 - The following were dead when taken lrora the...
The following were dead when taken lrora the wreck: LIST Or THS KILL tD. Mrs. Orcutt Alien, rhiladel; hia. Mrs. Mary 11 fcnley. Bzr& seventy, Louisville, Ky. F. J. Jobn.'-on, Jobn.'-on, Jobn.'-on, Montpclier, Vt. ' John Eyan. South Boston. Crcman of train, and four women, two men and two children one boy of fourteen, unidentified. unidentified. Total, twelve. The following died during the after noon and evening: Mrs. A. C. Wrlla. Hartford. Conn, t Alice and Catharine, daughters of Mrs. Oscar Fcnley. Mrs. Oscar Fenley, of Louisville. Ky wife of the cashier of the Citizens' National National Bank, Louisville, scalded to death.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 20 Aug 1890, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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