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 - At 9:1 o'clock came message still more...
At 9:1 o'clock came message still more territring thaa the ethers. It was from Judge L W. Edwards, and was ad dressed to W. C. iealey. It resit as fol lows: Your mother, Oscar's wife, and two of his children are dead. Sue and your sister Mary badly hurt; so is other child and Capt. Abbott; hope not fatally." At. 9 :08 o'clock, a telegram addressed Mr. Thompson, Citizenls , National Bank," was received saying: "MrsL Fenley and two children killed ia acci dent at Quincy. Alice alive and well." The following telegrams were received by the Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal from Judge Ed wards at Milton and Quincy about ft 'clock last night: Oar -train -train from Nantucket to Boa- Boa- ton wrecked here to-day, to-day, to-day, and traveling companions consisting of Capt. W. li. Abbott and wife, Mrs. Oscar Fenley, three children and nurse ; Mrs. Abbott's mother. Mua Sue Fenley, ber aeice, all badly burned . and .Mrs. Abbott's lei; broken and her mother killed. I am not hurt, except ft few cuts on my hands. The oldest child not seriously hurt, per haps. Capt. Abbott is able to walk about." ' Mr. Fenley's ehlldrent Catherine and baby, are dead."

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

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