Boesch Trubert 1860 accident

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Boesch Trubert 1860 accident - Serious Accident.-During the forenoon forenoon...
Serious Accident.-During the forenoon forenoon of Monday last, Mr. THRUBERT BOESCH, a worthy and industrious citizen of this city, in the employ of the Railroad Company as foreman over a gang of hands, whilst engaged in attending the loading of cross-ties on the Jefferson and Lake Road out in the swamp, accidentally fell from the top of one of the loaded cars into the water below the crib-work, striking upon a projecting stump in his fall, which injured him very seriously in his body; so much that his life was despaired of for some time. Dr. Schubert, of New Orleans was called in, and we were informed yesterday that no bones were broken and that he was easier.

Clipped from The Carrollton Sun21 Nov 1860, WedPage 2

The Carrollton Sun (New Orleans, Louisiana)21 Nov 1860, WedPage 2
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