Cast of Characters
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CAST OF CHARACTERS

Atkins, John L., an oiler on the 'Clallam'

Baney, Hall, a member of the crew of the 'Clallam'.

Barber, Hale, a passenger

Bellies, Miss, residence unknown, a passenger, drown

Bellinger, Mr., of the Crofton smelter, chartered the tug 'Edna Grace' to aid in the search for victims

Benhan, Miss Hazel, daughter of the weather observer at Tatoosh; chosen to christened the 'Clallam'.

Bennett, Charles G., of San Francisco, a passenger

Bermingham, Capt. John,, the United States supervising inspector of steam vessels

Blackwood, Edward Everett, local agent of the Puget Sound Steamship Company
MR: Edward Everett Blackwood, age, full, r.Victoria, b.Charleston, NC, bachelor, agent, Ang, s.o. H. Craig Blackwood mar Eliza Jane Wallace, age, full, r. & b.Victoria, spinster, d.o. ---? Wallace, 12 Sep 1888, Victoria. DN, Times, 4 Apr 1933, p.9: Edward Everett Blackwood, 72, leaves daus: Mrs Norman Payne & Mrs Charles Payne.
DR: Edward Everett Blackwood, r.1239 Oliver St, Oak Bay, b.CA, USA, 7 Oct 1860, d.Victoria, 3 Apr 1933, transportation agent, widower, s.o. H.C. Blackwood, b.Eastern USA, mother n/k, bur. Vancouver, informant: Charles Harold Clayton Payne, son-in-law of Vancouver.
Bolton, Eleanor, a passenger, drown, w.o Samuel Bolton

Bolton, Samuel Edward, a passenger, survivor
MR: Samuel Edward Bolton, 28, r.LeDuc, NWT, b.Bolton, ON, barrister, Psb, s.o.J---- N. Bolton & Martha Hickman mar Eleanor Gurd, 30, r.Cranbrook, b.Stradbally, IRL, Ang, d.o. George Gurd & Eleanor Margaret Farquhar, 21 Dec 1913, Cranbrook.
Buckner, H., a passenger, residence not known, drown

Bullen, H.F., of the B.C. Salvage Company,

Burney, C.J., a passenger, residence not known, drown

Campbell, Robert G., a passenger, of Seattle, a timber cruiser, drown
DR: R.J. Campbell, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, timber cruiser, cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Carter, Capt., the 'Clallam's' former master

Case, R., lumberman of Kingsley, Mich., a survivor, partner of E.F. Ferris

Chan Wing, employed in the steward's department on the 'Clallam'

Cherrett, William, a passenger, an ex-bombardier of the Royal Garrison Artillery, who obtained his discharge from the regiment at Singapore in July last, and was on his way to Victoria with a letter of introduction to Mr. J. Martyn, of Rithet street, drown
DR: William Cherrett, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, about 33, b.ENG, discharged soldier from Singapore, Bapt., cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Collister, Capt. R., inspector of hands and equipment

Cox, Mrs Chas., a passenger, of Ladysmith, drown, sister of Charles Thomas

Cox, William, former assistant engineer of the 'Clallam', and who superintended the installing of her pumps and other machinery

Cullen, Charles, jurist on the coroner's inquest at Victoria

Currie, Robert, assistant steward on the 'Clallam', of Victoria, drown

Daniels, Guy, entertainer, r.o. Kansas City, drown

David, Lester W., a survivor, of Blaine, WA

Davis, John, a survivor, of Nanaimo

Delaunay, Scott A., the chief engineer on the 'Clallam'

Diprose, Miss Ethel, a passenger, of Tacoma, sister of Mrs. W.H. Challoner of Victoria, drown
DR: Ethel Diprose, d.8 Jan 1904, Straights of San Juan de Fuca, 22, nurse, b.Strathroy, ON, Psb, informant: W.L. Challoneer, merchant, 275 Fort St, cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Doney, J.W., first officer and pilot of the 'Clallam'.

Ferris, E.E., of Travis City, MI, USA, partner of R. Cane

Freer, Frank G., purser on the 'Clallam'

Fletcher, J.H., foreman jurist on the coroner's inquest at Victoria

Galletly, Mrs. Jeanne Geraldine, a passenger, of Victoria, drown, w.o. A.J.C. Galletly
DR: Jeannie Geraldine Galletly (Jeannie was scratched out and Jane added), d.8 Jan 1904, 54, CE, w.o. A.J.C. Galletly; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Galletly, Miss Jessie McDuff, a passenger, of Victoria, drown, d.o. A.J.C. Galletly
DR: Jessie MacDuff Galletly, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Discovery Island, 21, d.o.A.J.C. Galletly, b.Halifax, NS, CE; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Gaudin, Capt. James, local agent of the marine and fisheries

Gibbons, W.R., a passenger, former r.o. Tacoma, b. County Sligo, Ireland, 45, recently came to Victoria to be the organist at St. John's church, drown, left a wife and three sons

Gibbs, Capt. S.B., surveyor and agent for the Marine Underwriters' Association for Puget Sound; inspected the 'Clallam' while she was in Seattle fitting out to go into commission

Gill, Margaret Isabella, a passenger, of Dawson, YT, drown
DR: Margaret Isabella Gill, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Discoverry & Trial Islands, 52, b. Barry, IL, USA, CE, wid. of John Gill; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Gooderich, Commodore, master of the H.M.S. 'Grafton'

Green, Charles, a passenger, of Victoria, drown

Greer, J.J., operated the 'Albion'

Griffiths, Richard S., member of the 'Clallam's' crew

Grimes, William H., a passenger, of Redmond, Wash, 35, b.London, ENG

Hall, Capt. Robert, master of the tug 'Richard Holyoke'

Hanna, W.J., undertaker at Victoria

Harris, Louise, a passenger, of Spokane, drown, d.o. W.J. Harris, of Spokane
DR: Louise Harris, 8 Jan 1904, at sea near Discovery Island, 20, spinster, b.Wallace, ID, USA, Psb, cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Hart, Dr. Edward Charles, coroner of Victoria heading inquest

Harvey, Alexander, crew, drown
DR: Harvey Sears, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Victoria, 26, Meth, steamboat man, b.NB, cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Heath, Edward W., builder of the 'Clallam'.

Heffernan, John T., proprietor of the Heffernan Engine Works, metalled the 'Clallam's' engines

Hewett, Isaac, a passenger, of Vancouver Island

Hibben, T.N., jurist on the coroner's inquest at Victoria

Hickey, Capt., master of the 'Princess Beatrice'

Hickman, a passenger, brother of Mrs Carrie La Plante.

Hicks, Eugene, a passenger, of Friday Harbor, drown

Horne, Capt., with the Puget Sound Tugboat Company at Seattle, sent tugs 'Richard Holyoke' and 'Sea Lion' from Port Townsend

Hudson, Archibald (Archie), boy in charge of texas rooms on board the 'Clallam', drown

Hyson, George, residence not known, a passenger, drown

Jeffries, J., member of the 'Clallam's' crew

Jeffs, George J., a passenger, r.o.132 Fort St., Victoria, drown

Jensen, Harry, stevedore on the 'Clallam'

Jewell, Joseph, saloon watchman, of Victoria, drown

Johnson, C.E., a passenger, of Portland, OR, USA, drown, father-in-law of Chief Justice Gordon Hunter, of Victoria

Jones, W., auctioneer who sold the salvage of the 'Clallam'

Joy, E. Harry, a passenger, of Harberton, drown
DR: E. Harvey Joy, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, 30, miner, Prot, b.VA, USA; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
King, William, mate of the 'Clallam', of Victoria, s.o. Archie King

King, Archie, a cabin boy on the 'Clallam'

Lannen, Edward, a passenger, of Montana, his prospective bride Mrs Reynolds drown

La Plant, Carrie, a passenger, of Friday Harbor, w.o.William La Plant, drown

La Plant, Peter, a passenger, of Friday Harbor, drown
DR: Peter La Plant, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, 22, RC, miner, b.San Juan Island, WA, USA; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
La Plant, William, a passenger, of Friday Harbor, brother-in-law of Thomas Sullins

La Plant, Verna, a passenger, of Friday Harbor, d.o.William & Carrie La Plant, drown

Larsen, Peter, railway contractor of Helena, a survivor

Lawrence, Capt. Tom, a passenger, of Victoria, a Yukon river steamboat captain, drown

Lehman, Bruno, customs inspector, of Tacoma, drown
DR: Bruno M. Lehman, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, 38, Prot, US customs inspector; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Lent, George H., supervising and constructing engineer of the Puget Sound Navigation Company

Libby, Capt. John R., general manager of the Puget Sound Tugboat Company, dispatched the tugs 'Holyoke' and 'Sea Lion'

Lindhome, R., a seaman on the 'Clallam', of Seattle, drown

Lockwood, Edward, freight clerk, on the 'Clallam', of Seattle, drown
DR: Edward Lockwood, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Discovery & Trial Islands, 37, CE, freight clerk S.S. Clallam, b.ENG; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Lugrin, Charles R., appointed to represent the Dominion government at the coroner's inquiry at Victoria

Maddock, P.fireman on the 'Clallam'

Manson, Charles, of Seattle; stevedore & acting 2nd officer, drown

Manter, Capt. Charles C., captain of the tug 'Sea Lion'

Marcon, William Herbert, jurist on the coroner's inquest at Victoria

Mattick, Patrick, fireman on the 'Clallam'

McKeon, Allan P., member of the 'Clallam's' crew McPhillips, A.E., appointed to represent the provincial government at the coroner's inquiry at Victoria

Meyer, Louis, quartermaster of the 'Clallam', of Aust, Whidby Island

Moore, Hattie, a passenger, of San Juan, WA, USA, drown
DR: Hattie Moore, d.8 Jan 1904, 20, b.CA, USA, Epis; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Moore, Thomas, a passenger

Murdock, Miss Minnie, a passenger, of Seattle, drown
DR: Miss Minnie Murdock, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, 20, Prot, b.Munroe, WA, USA; cause: drowning; verdict of coroner's inquest: manslaughter by Geo. Roberts.
Murray, Miss Annie, a passenger, of Victoria, drown

Parker, Edward, an oiler on the 'Clallam'

Prince, Albert Kimmons, entertainer, r.o. Kansas City
DR: Albert Kimmons Prince, d.4 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, about 33, musician, b.USA, cause: drowning; verdict on coroner's inquiry: manslaughter against Capt. Roberts.
Reed, Baynes, of the meteorological bureau

Reynolds, Mary, a passenger, of Seattle, f.o. Missonia, Montana, prospective bride of Edward Lennen, drown
DR: Mary Reynolds, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, 40, RC, widow, b.MI, USA, cause: drowning; verdict on coroner's inquiry: manslaughter against Capt. Roberts.
Richards, Mrs. Lenora, a passenger, drown

Rookledge, W.E., a passenger, of Tacoma, a painter, drown
MR: William Elbert Rooklidge, 25, r. Victoria, b. Kincardine, ON, box maker, Meth, s.o. George Gerry & Agnes mar Caroline Allice Bloomfield, 19, b. & d. Victoria, Epis, d.o. Philip Pierce & Elizabeth, 11 Apr 1895, Victoria.
DN: Victoria Times, 3 May 1909, p.9: Helen Wilkin Rookledge, 10 y, d.o. Mrs W.E. Rookledge, Mary St, whose husband drown in the Clallam disaster.
Rostein, James, jurist on the coroner's inquest at Victoria

Rouin, Mrs, of Seattle

Schreck, William C., port engineer

Sears, Capt. A.A., captain of the steamer 'Iroquois'

Sears, Harvey, deckhand on the 'Clallam', born May 19th, 1877, at Sackville, N.B., drown, brother of Capt. A.A. Sears

Shaw, Nathaniel Peel, a passenger, of Victoria, drown, son-in-law of C.H. Lugrin
DR: Nathaniel Peel Shaw, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, 37, merchant, b.NB, Meth, cause: drowning; verdict on coroner's inquiry: manslaughter against Capt. Roberts.
Smith, James J., second engineer of the 'Clallam', of Seattle, drown

Smith, John, an oiler on the 'Clallam', drown

Storrs, Capt., captain of the collier steamer 'Mackinaw' that passed the 'Clallam' not nothing that it was in distress

Sullivan, Thomas, a passenger, of Westholm

Sullins, Dellie C. (Mrs. Thomas), a passenger, drown
DR: Dellie C. Sullens, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, 27, Meth, w.o. Thos. Sullens, b.West Sound, San Juan Island, WA, USA, cause: drowning; verdict on coroner's inquiry: manslaughter against Capt. Roberts. A duplicate form has her surname as Sullins and religion RC.
Sullins, Leonard, a passenger, s.o. Thomas Sullins, drown

Sullins, Louis, a passenger, s.o. Thomas Sullins, drown

Sullins, Thomas L., a passenger, of San Juan, brother-in-law of William La Plant

Sullins, Violet, a passenger, d.o. Thomas Sullins, drown

Swaney, Homer H., a passenger, formerly a resident of McKeesport, president of the Pacific Steel Company, Pa., drown

Sweeny, John (Jack), a passenger, of Victoria, survived

Taylor, Herbert, witness to ship foundering; resident Battery St.

Thomas, Charles, a passenger, of Ladysmith, drown, brother of Mrs. Charles Cox

Thompson, Col. Charles W., a passenger, president of the Washington Co-operative Mining Company and the Montezuma Mining Company, drown
DR: Charles W. Thompson, late of Tacoma, WA, USA, d.8 Jan 1904, at sea near Trial Island, about 50, religion n/g, President Washington Cooperative Mining Syndicate, verdict on coroner's inquiry: manslaughter against Capt. Roberts.
Thompson, Captain Livingston, a passenger, land surveyor, of Victoria, drown

Thomson, Capt. A.
, inspector of of boilers

Tozier, Capt., captain of the U.S. revenue cutter 'Grant'

Troup, Capt., captain of the steamer 'Charmer'

Turner, R. & Mrs, passengers, of Victoria, drown

Turner, , United States Local Inspector of Steam Vessels, Seattle, Wash

Vandemeet, A., a passenger, residence not known, drown

Wachter, Joseph, president of the local aerie of Eagles

Watson, Stewart J.R., a passenger, residence not known

Watt, Dr. A.T., the William Head quarantine superintendent

Weiler, Charles, jurist on the coroner's inquest at Victoria

Whitney, , United States Local Inspector of Steam Vessels, Seattle, Wash

Wylie, Miss, a passenger, of Victoria, drown