|Death: ||Jul. 30, 1865, At Sea|
George W. Pollock survived an explosion aboard the Washoe only to perish with the sinking of the steamer Brother Jonathan off Crescent City, California. His body was recovered and transported to San Francisco aboard the SS Del Norte, along with the remains of James Nisbet, Daniel Parrish, and James P. Richards.
(Daily Evening Bulletin [San Francisco], 25 August 25, 1865)
THE BROTHER JONATHAN DISASTER.
DESCRIPTION OF BODIES FOUND AND BURIED
Jacksonville (Oregon), August 16th.--The following was received this evening by B. F. Dowell from R. Dugan, of Crescent City:
Through the politeness of our Coroner, J. E. Eldridge, I was permitted to take an abstract from his books of the names and descriptions of the bodies found and buried by him in the city burial grounds from the ill-fated Brother Jonathan to this date as follows:
...No. 3, George W. Pollock;
(Sacramento Daily Union, August 17, 1865; 2:3)
Lone Mountain Cemetery (Defunct)
San Francisco County
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