Oscoda, MI (Lake Huron) Steamer CLIFTON Wreck, Sep 1924


Following is the list of the crew, given out by the Progress Steamship company, Cleveland, owners of the boat:
EMMETT GALLAGHER, captain, St. James, Mich.
WALTER J. OERTLING, chief engineer, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
EDWARD L. PECK, first mate, Green Bay, Wis.
A. P. McDONOUGH, second mate, New York.
JOE SEHELD, wheelsman, St. James, Mich.
PETER BURNS, wheelsman, St. James, Mich.
HARVEY JENSEN, watchman, Sawyer, Wis.
LEO BROWER, watchman, Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
SAM STEVENSON, cook, Benton Harbor, Mich.
EMIL J. BONNETT, assistant cook, Detroit.
JOHN HAMILTON, assistant cook, Detroit.
C. H. DILLER, porter, Detroit.
J. E. SULLIVAN, first assistant engineer, Mitchell, S. D.
BERNARD HAEN, oiler, Sturgeon Bay.
ROLAND WRITT, oiler, Escanaba, Mich.
KENNETH DOREY, handyman, Manitowoc, Wis.
RUSSELL ERDMAN, oiler, Sturgeon Bay.
L. SHEPLEY, coal passer, Sturgeon Bay.
P. CANTY, Toledo, Ohio.
EDWARD MILLER, fireman, Detroit.
GEORGE MAPLES, conveyor operator, Sturgeon Bay.
PEARL PURDY, conveyor operator, Sturgeon Bay.
A. J. OLSON, deck hand, South Chicago, Ill.
BERNARD SODERSTROM, deck hand, Washburn, Wis.
GEORGE HUSACK, deck hand, Sturgeon Bay.
STANLEY GUTH, deck hand, Sturgeon Bay.

Evening Independent Hamilton Ohio 1924-09-25

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