JOHN ALEXANDER STRACHAN, CAPTAIN, GREAT CROSBY .
JOSHUA CRAVEN, MATE, ROOLTON.
JOHN W. MITCHELL 2nd MATE, FALMOUTH.
JAMES POWELL, 3rd MATE, LIVERPOOL.
GEORGE SMITH . CARPENTER, MALTA.
GEORGE WILLIAMS, BOATSWAIN, HALIFAX.
PHILLIPS, STEWARD, LIVERPOOL.
VASSELO, AB. MESSINA.
KARDAY, AB, PORT GLASGOW.
JOHN SHERRAT, AB. LIVERPOOL.
WORTHINGTON, AB, CARLOW.
COGAN, A B, QUEENSTOWN.
GOLDING, A B, LIVERPOOL.
. A B, LIVERPOOL.
FARRAR , CHIEF ENGINEER, WATERFORD.
ARMSTRONG 2nd ENGINEER DUBLIN.
J C BLACK,
3rd ENGINEER . GLASGOW.
WILLIAMS, FIREMAN BELFAST.
WILLIAMS, FIREMAN, LLANDUDNO.
COGDELL, FIREMAN GREENOCK.
OWENS, FIREMAN, LIVERPOOL.
JAMES JONES, FIREMAN, LIVERPOOL.
WILLIAMS, FIREMAN, LIVERPOOL
GAYER, FIREMAN, DUBLIN.
THE NAMES OF ELEVEN OF THE CREW THAT WERE LOST
Capt. John Alexander Strachan
Josua Craven, Chief Officer.
T.B. Davies, Chief Steward.
Henry Farrar, Chief Engineer.
William Armstrong, Engineer.
Thomas Powell, 3rd. Officer
Gabriel Williams, (Llandudno) Fire man.
John Williams Liverpool.
Robert Owen Liverpool.
Michael Antonio, Able Seaman.
H Creedon, Cook.
The dead were taken to the coach-house of the Cefn
Amlwch Arms public house at Edern, a small thatched building across the road to
the Ship Inn.
The remaining seven dead seamen were entered in the
parish burial record as unknown.
NAMES OF THE CREW THAT WERE SAVED.
Mitchell 2nd. Mate. 56 Hill ST. Walton Road Liverpool.
J.C. BIack, 3rd. Engineer. 35 Flinders St. Stanley Rd.
Thomas Cogdell, Donkey Engineman, 113 Robsart St.
Thomas Williams, Fireman, 78 Lamb St. Liverpool.
James Jones, Fireman, 9 Leander St. Liverpool.
Sydney Smith, Engineers Steward, 52. Petlow St. Kirkdale.
John Golding, 52 Cottingham St. Liverpool.
J.W. Khlan, Stowaway, Walton, Liverpool.
John W, Mitcheil was
taken to Pant Gwyn farm Tydweiliog, James Jones and Thomas Williams found
comfort at Felin Edern while Thomas Cogdell and J.C. Black stayed at Siop Isaf
Edern, Sydney Smith was made comfortable in the company of John and Emma Jenkins
at the school house, and it is believed that John Golding was taken in by Hugh and
his wife Jenat at Ty Llongwr Edern.
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