The boat seems to have committed them to the boxom of the water, huddled together, mainly, in a mass. The water is supposed to have been about twenty feet in depth, thus thrown together in one clinging to the other, with that grasp which belongs only to those in a drowning condition, there was little opportunity for the males in the company to rescue the ladies or even to save themselves.
Miss Lizzie McKagen and her brother Willie McKagen.
SO two more found!!! IF I were a wealthy woman I would place a stone for them myself!
Alice D Robinson, died in Boykin Mill Pond, buried Quaker Cemetery.....SO away I went back to search for little Alice Robinson...and I found her in section 15..
from the article...
Piercing cries and shrieks, and calls for help, both from those on shore and those on the unfortunate boat, filled the air. Sisters and brothers, parents and children, relatives and friends, whose hearts were bound together by the nearest and dearest of earthly ties, and animated by the warmest and most tender affection, were there - some on the sinking boat and some on the shore. Oh how rudely were those confiding hearts torn asunder and ravished with wild and aching grief!