|Death: ||Jul. 8, 1893|
Fort Dodge, Ia., July 8 -- Details of Thursday night's storm continue to reach here. It is known that 74 persons were killed along the track of the cyclone. Forty-two are dead at Pomeroy, and about 100 injured. It is impossible to obtain a list of the injured.
DEAD. The following is a partial list of the dead in this vicinity: Mrs. Bessie Banks, Mrs. Dahlgren, Mrs. Neary, Thomas Harmand, Andrew J. Wilkinson, John Anderson, Mr. Hughitt, Mr. & Mrs. Silas Buston, Mr. & Mrs. Neiting & son, Mrs. Frank Johnson, Benjamin Davis, Miss Lillie Kiefer, Roy Banks, Miss Frost, Mr. & Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Marie Adams, Mrs. Harlan of Maine who was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lovejoy, Mrs. C.R. George, Banker E.O. Davis, Miss Ollie Ludgren, Miss Katie Davy, Mrs. O'Brien & child, Mrs. H.G. Harlowe, Mrs. Tabert, Two children of John Beckley, Mrs. Dilwith, J.P. Lundgren, Silas Weston, Mr. Hewlett & wife, A. Forkey, Henry Geilke, Mrs. Quinlan (her baby and Miss Allie Maxwell probably fatally hurt), Miss Tillie Johnson, Baby Dahlgren, Grover Black (18), George Black (7), Della Black (11), Samuel Maxwell, Richard George, and a boy unknown.
source: Richland Shield & Banner (Mansfield, Richland, Ohio): 15 July 1893
Created by: scottsheat
Record added: Jan 20, 2012
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