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A Watery Grave - Drownings in the Yukon & Alaska

by Murray Lundberg


Introduction
Chronological Listing

AASLUND, John
- May 31, 1926, drowned at Granville, where he worked as a dredgeman. He was 44 years old (Dawson Funeral Index).

ABBEY, Joseph
- ca. November 30, 1902, went through the ice at Golden Gate with Jack McIntyre and their mail team, while en route from Atlin to Log Cabin.

ALOCK, Marke
- September 14, 1903, drowned in the Yukon River;. The son of Captain T. H. Alock, he was 29 years old. Member of the M. E. Church (Dawson Funeral Records).

AMOS, Ernest
- July 18, 1898, drowned in the Salmon River (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

ANDERSON, Herman Van Feumer
- May 1905, drowned in a ditch at 4th & Albert Street, Dawson. He was 3 years, 7 months and 6 days old (Dawson Funeral Index).

ANDERSON, T. O.
- June 6, 1891, drowned at Icy Bay while landing an exploration party in charge of Prof. I. C. Russell. Five other men also died - Lt. L. L. Robinson, W. C. Moore, Boat Coxswain J. Haasler, Seaman A. Nelson and H. Smith (The Alaskan, June 13).

ANGELOS, Louis
- 1911, working as a labourer  (Dawson Funeral Index).
- September 5, 1911, drowned in the slough opposite the Dawson Barracks (Dawson Funeral Index).

ANGOOD, William
- May 1898, drowned in Lake Bennett (NWMP Annual Report)

ANTHONY, Frank
- November 1897, drowned at White Horse Rapids (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

BAILEY, Mr.
- May 15, 1903, drowned in the Klondike River, along with John Hegland and John Frank

BARNES, Thomas A.
- May 10 1898, drowned in Lake Bennett, with Luc Richard and possibly several horses. Buried with Richard on the next island north of Boundary Island. Wooden markers with rocks around both graves together. Photo in PHO 68 Marsh 77/33, current (1998) slides in my collection. See Marsh MSS 8, 82/143 for details. Both men were members of a party from Iowa, which was freighting materials to Caribou Crossing to build the sternwheeler Iowa and propeller steamer Little Jim. The group later organized as the Clear Creek Mining Company. Also see article from the May 10, 1898 issue of The Caribou Sun.

BARRY, R. W.
- ca. 1885, born in Ontario
- September 2, 1937, drowned at Nelson Island. He was 37 years old, listed as barber, survived by his wife (Dawson Funeral Index).

BATTY (BEATTY?), Fred
- November 12, 1899, drowned in White Horse Rapids. His body was found on April 24, 1900 by Sergeant Watson, in charge of the Miles Canyon police post. Batty’s body was buried there, and his parents notified. Joseph Smith was drowned at the same time (NWMP Annual report). The Klondike Nugget of May 3, 1900 spells his name "Beatty."

BLACK, J. F.
- April 1, 1898, drowned 8 miles above Stikine Canyon (NWMP Annual Report, 1898). To read his estate file records, click here.

BOYD, W.
- June 5, 1898, drowned at White Horse Rapids, probably with G. Herman  (NWMP Annual Report)

BRIMSTON, Georgie
- May 22, 1924, drowned in the Klondike River. He was 10 years old (born April 27, 1914), the son of miner George Brimston (Dawson Funeral Index). A family member sent me this correction/addition: "Although Georgie Brimston's father did do some placer mining, he was actually Sheriff of Yukon Territory from 1914 until his death in December 1923. Georgie, Bobby Ogburn, and Murdoch McCuish were playing among the tailing piles near one of the dredge ponds along the Klondike road, near Dawson (the "swimming hole") when Georgie decided to take a swim. The other two boys declined to swim. The little lad disrobed and plunged into the pool, but swam only a few strokes before he sank in the icy waters of the pond. His body was recovered about an hour later, but could not be resuscitated."

BROOKS, James
- June 14, 1898, drowned at White Horse Rapids (NWMP Annual Report)

BROWN, J.
- August 29, 1898, drowned in the Stikine River (NWMP Annual Report)

BRYAN, Edward Joseph John
- April 1918, born in Vancouver
- June 14, 1936, died in an accident at the ferry crossing (cause not stated). He was 18 years old, listed as a labourer (Dawson Funeral Index).

CAMPBELL, Norman M.
North West Mounted Police Constable - Regimental No. 2972
- December 26, 1901, drowned, with Cst. Spencer Haethcote, at the mouth of the Stikine River when a violent storm overturned the boat he was in.

CLANCY, R. H.
June 1898, drowned in Miles Canyon (NWMP Annual Report)

CONNER, May
- 1902, dancehall girl in Dawson
- June 18, drowned at Dawson when the canoe she was in with 4 others hit the mooring line of the sternwheeler Whitehorse, which was moored in quarantine. See article in Bios file.

COPE, Mr.
- "ex-Mayor"
- June 6, 1898, body found in Shallow Lake (NWMP Annual Report)

COPPING, William B.
- May 5, 1903, drowned in the Yukon River near Kirkman Creek. He was 31 years old. Mr. George Layfield settled his affairs (Dawson Funeral Index, Dawson Daily News - see article in Bios).

CUDLIP, Sergeant, NWMP
- March 15, 1907, fell of a bridge at Fortymile. Funeral at St. Paul’s, Dawson (Dawson Funeral Index).

DONARD, T.
- August 31 1901, the body of crewman T. Donard was found 7 miles upstream from Lake Laberge. "Donard was known to have been a somnambulist and it is believed that on the night of August 19, when he was last seen asleep in his berth, that he walked overboard and was drowned. The steamer was then in White Horse" (White Horse Tribune, Sept.7)

DREKINSON, F.
- July 1921, drowned in the Yukon River, apparently while crewing on Captain Telford’s boat. He was 30 years old, from England (Dawson Funeral Index).

DRURY, Thomas
- August 25, 1933, fell out of a boat on the Yukon River near Selkirk. Tom was the 15-year-old son of Bill Drury, co-owner of mercantile company Taylor & Drury. See the original report of the accident in The Whitehorse Star here.

DUNN, Peter
- July 29, 1899, drowned in Five Finger Rapids. He was Second Mate on the Columbian, and "while the mate and two of the crew were putting out the cable through the rapids... By some accident the small boat was upset and the men thrown into the foaming rapids." The other men reached shore. See article at Bios.

FIELD, G. R.
- June 16, 1898, drowned at White Horse Rapids (NWMP Annual Report)

FITZGERALD, Michael J.

FOWLOW, Thomas
- August 16, 1918, fell off the steamer Hazel B.; he was 40 years old (Dawson Funeral Index).

FRANK, John
- May 15, 1903, drowned in the Klondike River, along with John Hegland and Mr. Bailey. Frank was 44 years old. Funeral conducted by the Eagles, Dawson No. 50 (Dawson Funeral Index).

FREEMAN, Mr.
- November 1897, found in the Yukon River at Big Salmon (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

GRAHAM, Duncan
- June 1898, described as a "handsome athletic young Scotchman, who left Vancouver several months ago to seek his fortune in the Klondike."
- spring 1898, drowned near Wrangell when he tried to canoe to visit an Indian girl, who had been removed from Wrangell to avoid Graham’s attentions. See article in Bios file.

GREEN, L.
- June 1899, drowned at Five Fingers Rapids, along with H. Mahlon, W. Hefferman and a Mr. Kinley, when their scow struck a rock in the centre channel (Klondike Nugget, June 28)

GRENIER, Joseph
- August 24, 1898, found in the Atlintoo River, BC (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

HAASLER, J.
- 1891, serving with the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service, as Boat-Coxswain on the Bear.
- June 6, 1891, drowned at Icy Bay while landing an exploration party in charge of Prof. I. C.   Russell. Five other men also died - Lt. L. L. Robinson, W. C. Moore, Seaman A. Nelson, T. O. Anderson and H. Smith (The Alaskan, June 13).

HADDOCK, Alexander G.
Royal North West Mounted Police Corporal - Regimental No. 2836
June 14, 1906: drowned in the Yukon River near Ogilvie while on patrol in a canoe.

HALLAND, Charles
- September 5, 1911, drowned in the Yukon River near the Dawson Barracks. Listed as a farmer, he was 49 years old (Dawson Funeral Index).

HAMILTON, Silas Colfax
- October 8, 1897, drowned in Summit Lake, just north of the White Pass Summit - his body was never recovered (Seattle Post-Intelligencer). See the whole article here.

HANZEL, Joseph
- a.k.a. Joseph Lent
- n.d., with US Army at Fort Seward (Dawson Funeral Index).
- August 24, 1907, fell off a log raft and drowned in the Yukon River (Dawson Funeral Index).

HARKIN, Bud
- May 16, 1903, he and Lila Wallace were drowned in Whitehorse Rapids when their canoe upset. Gene LaRose was with them, but made it to shore. See article at Bios H.

HARMON, A.
May 17, 1899, drowned when he fell through rotten ice on Otter Lake while en route from Skagway to Atlin. See the whole article here.

HARTNETT, John Patrick
- September 7, 1936, drowned when his canoe capsized in the Yukon River at Carmacks. He was 28 years old, a member of the RCMP at Carmacks. Buried in the Police Cemetery at Dawson (Dawson Funeral Index). See the orginal Whitehorse Star newspaper article about the accident and a photo of his grave here.

HEATHCOTE, Spencer G.
- North West Mounted Police Constable - Regimental No. 3463
- December 26, 1901: drowned, with Cst. Norman Campbell, at the mouth of the Stikine River when a violent storm overturned the boat he was in.

HEFFERMAN, W.
- June 1899, drowned at Five Fingers Rapids, along with L. Green, H. Mahlon and a Mr. Kinley, when their scow struck a rock in the centre channel (Klondike Nugget, June 28)

HEGLAND, John
- May 15, 1903, drowned in the Klondike River, along with John Frank and Mr. Bailey (Dawson Funeral Index).

HENZEL, Joseph
- a.k.a. Joseph Lent
- ca. 1906, deserted from the U.S. Army
- August 1907, drowned in the Yukon River near Ogilvie. His body was recovered on June 16, 1908, near Moosehide. "The body was in a remarkable state of preservation and was positively identified as that of Joseph Henzel (alias Lent). His effects were handed to the Public Administrator." (RNWMP Annual Report)

HERMAN, G.
- June 5, 1898, drowned at White Horse Rapids, probably with W. Boyd (NWMP Annual Report)

HILIGER, Mr.
- May 28, 1899, drowned in Lake Bennett (from the NWMP Annual Report): "Two men, a Mr.  Schock the proprietor of a road house on the upper end of Lake Laberge, and a man named Hiliger were drowned in Lake Bennett on May 28, about three miles from Bennett. Both were newly married, and their wives were on the shore and saw them drown. It appears they were on their way down with a scow, and, having forgotten something, started back for the same in a small boat. A gale was blowing at the time and the boat capsized, and before help could be secured they were both drowned. An inventory of the effects of the road house was taken and a full report forwarded to Dawson, and the public administrator notified."

IVANCEVIC, Miholojo
- June 15, 1908, drowned in the Klondike River. "He and two others were coming down to Dawson on a raft and at some nasty place in the river, he fell into the swift water. Before help could arrive he was drawn under and drowned." His body was finally recovered on June 25, 1909, near Flat Creek, on the Klondike River. "Ivancevic’s brother, in company with a constable, patrolled there, and from certain articles of clothing on the body, the remains were identified as those of the drowned man." (RNWMP Annual Reports for 1908 and 1909)

KELLEY, Charles
- July, 1898, drowned - no information (Dawson Database - M 001 006 28 Wilson 1895)

KINLEY, Mr.
- June 1899, drowned at Five Fingers Rapids, along with L. Green, H. Mahlon and W. Hefferman, when their scow struck a rock in the centre channel (Klondike Nugget, June 28)

LaROSE, Alphonse "Al"
- June 20, 1908, with his brother Gene, drowned in White Horse Rapids while running them in a canoe prior to bringing a scow full of lumber through.

LaROSE, Eugene "Gene"
- June 20, 1908, with his brother Al, drowned in White Horse Rapids while running them in a canoe prior to bringing a scow full of lumber through.

LAWLISS, Sgt. Oliver; LAWLISS, Mrs.; LAWLISS, Dean
August 2, 1936, drowned with 2 others in a recreational boating accident near Haines. See the original initial newspaper article from The Whitehorse Star here.

LEBLANC, Frank
- May 6, 1902, drowned in the Klondike River when he fell off the bridge; the body was found  on June 10, 17-19 miles above Eagle, Alaska. He was 38 years old. The funeral was held at St. Mary’s, conducted by the Eagles Lodge (Dawson Funeral Index; Klondike Nugget, June 11).

LEE, John
- late September 1898, died on the Willie Irving; the indication is that he drowned (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

LENT, Joseph - see HENZEL, Joseph

LESLIE, N. G.
- June 1898, drowned at the foot of Lake Bennett (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

LUINBERG, John
- January 7, 1914, drowned in the White River; he was 28 years old. The funeral was conducted  by the Eagles Lodge (Dawson Funeral Index).

LYONS, W. G.
- June 24, 1898, drowned in Lake Laberge, probably with G. Montegazza (NWMP Annual Report)

McCANNEY, Patrick
- May 31, 1945, RCAF staff member drowned in the Yukon River at Whitehorse. The original articles about the accident from The Whitehorse Star can be seen here.

McCAUST, H.
- August 3, 1911, buried in Dawson after being found in the Yukon River (Dawson Funeral Index).

McCURRAN, John
- May 1903, drowned at Five Fingers Rapids when his raft was wrecked. His partners, Mr. Millan  and Mr. Malogutin, hung onto the wreckage and were rescued (Whitehorse Star, May 23).

McINTYRE, Jack
- ca. November 30, 1902, went through the ice at Golden Gate with Joseph Abbey and their mail team, while en route from Atlin to Log Cabin.

McKINNON, Mr.
- May 20, 1898, with Mr. Matheson, drowned in the Stikine River (NWMP Annual Report)

McKINNON, Andrew A.
- November 27, 1903, left the Klondike for Whitehorse, YT
- 1944, drowned in the Wheaton River, YT.

McLAREN, Elton B.
- July 8, 1901, drowned in a slough at First Avenue, Dawson. He was 8 years old, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLaren. The funeral was held at the Presbyterian Church (Dawson Funeral Index).

McMANUS, Joe
- October 9, 1897, drowned in the West Arm of Lake Bennett, with Peter Vavellof (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

McWAIN, Sgt. Paul
August 2, 1936, drowned with 4 others in a recreational boating accident near Haines. See the original initial newspaper article from The Whitehorse Star here.

MADDALEUA, J. A.
- July 1, 1907, found in the Indian River, 2 ½ miles below Eureka Creek. He was Swiss, 33 years old (Dawson Funeral Index).

MAHLON, H.
- June 1899, drowned at Five Fingers Rapids, along with L. Green, W. Hefferman and a Mr. Kinley, when their scow struck a rock in the centre channel (Klondike Nugget, June 28)

MARTIN, Ike
- September 1898, "lost" on the Dalton Trail - listed with drowning victims (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

MATHESON, Mr.
- May 20, 1898, with Mr. McKinnon, drowned in the Stikine River (NWMP Annual Report)

MATHEWS, William
- from Scotland
- n.d, fell off a steamer on the Yukon Flats and drowned. (YOOP Records)

MELHAM, George
- June 1898, drowned at Big Salmon when his boat hit a driftwood pile and overturned.

MERRYMAN, Orin D.
- July 2, 1901, drowned in the Yukon River, 15 miles above Eagle, when the canoe that he and a  Mr. Flint were in, capsized (The Daily Klondike Nugget, July 3).

MITCHELL, R.
- August 31, 1898, drowned at the Canyon on the Stikine River (NWMP Annual Report)

MONASTES, Walter
- July 21, 1900, drowned when the sternwheeler Florence S, on which he was steward, rolled over in a corner on the Thirty Mile River. Monastes was from Skagway, where the body was shipped to. A passenger, Mrs. Stewart, and her daughter Ada also drowned. A man named Jordan was at the  wheel at the time of the accident, and was arrested for manslaughter. (Dawson Funeral Index; NWMP report).

MONTEGAZZA, G.
- June 24, 1898, drowned in Lake Laberge, probably with W. G. Lyons (NWMP Annual Report)

MOORE, W. C.
- June 6, 1891, drowned at Icy Bay while landing an exploration party in charge of Prof. I. C. Russell. Five other men also died - Lt. L. L. Robinson, Boat Coxswain J. Haasler, Seaman A. Nelson, T. O. Anderson and H. Smith (The Alaskan, June 13).

MULHERN George
- July 9, 1898, drowned in the Yukon River, 10 miles below Big Salmon (NWMP Annual Report)

MURCHISON, Alex
- July 2, 1903, drowned while swimming in an open cut at No. 63 Below on Bonanza Creek. He was 27 years old. The executor was W. A. Russell (Dawson Funeral Index).

NELSON, A.
- 1891, serving in the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service, as Seaman on the Bear.
- June 6, 1891, drowned at Icy Bay while landing an exploration party in charge of Prof. I. C. Russell. Five other men also died - Lt. L. L. Robinson, W. C. Moore, Boat Coxswain J. Haasler, T. O. Anderson and H. Smith (The Alaskan, June 13).

O’BRIEN, E. T.
- June 20, 1898, drowned in the Stikine River, opposite Telegraph Creek (NWMP Annual Report)

PUSCH, Anton
- June 1900, presumed drowned when coat found near Whitehorse (police report, posted at YA; GOV 1835). a notation in the ledger states that friends report that Pusch has gone to Nome.

PUTNAM,
- April 22, 1904, drowned at No. 5 Below on Bonanza Creek; the child was 8 years old. Handled by Levi Putnam and Son (Dawson Funeral Index).

RICHARD, Luc
- May 10, 1898, with Thomas Barnes, drowned in Lake Bennett when he went through the ice near the BC/YT border. Buried with Barnes on the next island north of Boundary Island. Wooden markers with rocks around both graves together. Photo in PHO 68 Marsh 77/33, current (1998) slides in my collection. See Marsh MSS 8, 82/143 for details. Also see article from the May 10, 1898 issue of The Caribou Sun.

ROBERTSON, Tracy
- early October 1901, Tracy Robertson, of Seattle, and Captain George Stevens, of the steamer Prosper, were drowned at Nome while trying to land from the Abbie M. Deering. They had been warned by friends on the schooner against making the attempt in rough seas and high winds. The bodies were washed up on the beach the next day. Robertson was a brother- in-law of L. Reife. (Semi-Weekly Klondike Nugget, Oct. 19)

ROBINSON, L. L.
- 1891, Lieutenant in the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service, serving on the Bear.
- June 6, 1891, drowned at Icy Bay while landing an exploration party in charge of Prof. I. C. Russell. Five other men also died - W. C. Moore, Boat Coxswain J. Haasler, Seaman A. Nelson, T.O. Anderson and H. Smith (The Alaskan, June 13).

ROCK, Martin J.
- May 5, 1907, body found in the Klondike River. He was 47 years old, listed as a miner (Dawson Funeral Index). A separate listing (Section 2, page 28) says that he fell off a raft on the Klondike River, in the fall of 1906.

ROTKAVICK, John
- July 1913, drowned in the Stewart River. He was 27 years old, listed as a labourer (Dawson Funeral Index).

SAM, Stick
- July 29, 1903, drowned while crossing the Kaskawulsh River (later renamed Slim's River). He was working as a Special Constable for the North West Mounted Police at the time. His body was recovered on August 10.

SAUNDERS, R.
- May 1899, presumed by writer to have drowned on Lake Bennett. Buried on the west shore, about a mile north of the Wheaton River. For more information, click here.

SCHLAG, Frank
- May 1901, body discovered buried in a sandbank at Whitehorse. It was thought that he had fallen in while drunk, possibly on September 21, 1900.

SCHOCK, Mr.
- May 28, 1899, drowned in lake Bennett (from the NWMP Annual Report): "Two men, a Mr. Schock the proprietor of a road house on the upper end of Lake Laberge, and a man named Hiliger were drowned in Lake Bennett on May 28, about three miles from Bennett. Both were newly married, and their wives were on the shore and saw them drown. It appears they were  on their way down with a scow, and, having forgotten something, started back for the same in a small boat. A gale was blowing at the time and the boat capsized, and before help could be secured they were both drowned. An inventory of the effects of the road house was taken and a full report forwarded to Dawson, and the public administrator notified."

SHAW, L. G.
- May 15, 1898, drowned at Windy Arm (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

SIMONS, Isaac
- August 1902, drowned in the Fortymile River; buried by the Jewish Association (Dawson Funeral Index).

SMITH, H.
- June 6, 1891, drowned at Icy Bay while landing an exploration party in charge of Prof. I. C. Russell. Five other men also died - Lt. L. L. Robinson, W. C. Moore, Boat Coxswain J. Haasler, Seaman A. Nelson and T. O. Anderson (The Alaskan, June 13).

SMITH, Joseph
- November 12, 1899, drowned in White Horse Rapids. His body was found a half mile below the rapids on May 3, 1900, by a man named Chapman. Although Smith was supposed to have $100 on his person at the time of the accident, "only $4 and a silver watch was discovered." He was buried at White Horse, and his father notified. Fred Batty was drowned at the same time (NWMP Annual Report)

SNUGG, David
- June 3, 1915, drowned in the Yukon River. He was 36 years old, listed as a logger. The funeral was conducted by the Moose Lodge at Dawson (Dawson Funeral Index).

SNYDER, Jacob
- May 11, 1906, Jacob, an Indian boy, drowned near Moosehide when his canoe capsized while he was hunting ducks. People on shore were unable to assist (DDN, May 11).

STANLEY, Jesse
- July 10, 1908, body found in the Yukon River in front of St. Mary’s Hospital in Dawson. He was 23 years old, may have been stationed at Fort Egbert (Dawson Funeral Index).
- RNWMP Annual Report: "On the 9th July 1908, one Jesse Stanley, an ex-sergeant of the United States army either jumped or fell overboard from the SS. Selkirk, while in dock at Dawson. His body was found about a week afterwards caught in a fisherman’s net about a half mile below the scene of the accident. His body and all effects were forwarded to the office commanding the United States troops at Fort Egbert, Alaska."

STEVENS, George
- early October 1901, Tracy Robertson, of Seattle, and Captain George Stevens, of the steamer Prosper, were drowned at Nome while trying to land from the Abbie M. Deering. They had been warned by friends on the schooner against making the attempt in rough seas and high winds. The bodies were washed up on the beach the next day. ( Semi-Weekly Klondike Nugget, Oct. 19)

STEWART, Mrs. John
- August 16, 1900, drowned while a passenger on the sternwheeler Florence S. The government served as executor. Buried in Victoria (Dawson Funeral Index). The date is incorrect; should be July 21, 1900, when steward Walter Monastes was drowned. A man named Jordan was at the wheel at the time of the accident, and was arrested for manslaughter. (NWMP Annual Report)

STEWART, Ada
- August 16, 1900, drowned while a passenger on the sternwheeler Florence S. The government served as executor. Buried in Victoria (Dawson Funeral Index). The date is incorrect; should be July 21, 1900.

STONE, Mrs. H. P.
August 2, 1936, drowned with 4 others in a recreational boating accident near Haines. See the original initial newspaper article from The Whitehorse Star here.

TACHE, Louis
- August 2, 1899, drowned at Five Finger Rapids. He was Chief Engineer for Public Works in the Yukon, and was running the rapids in a canoe with 3 other men, all of whom reached shore.

THOMAS, Elias
- August 7, 1899, drowned at the upper end of the canyon on the south fork of the Stewart River, when his boat upset (Dawson Daily News, Aug. 31).

VAVELLOF, Peter
- October 9, 1897, drowned in the West Arm of Lake Bennett, with Joe McManus (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

VEITCH, R. T.
- May 28, 1898, drowned in Lake Bennett (NWMP Annual Report)

WALLACE, Lila
- May 16, 1903, she and Bud Harkin were drowned in Whitehorse Rapids when their canoe   upset. Gene LaRose was with them, but made it to shore.

WILLIAMS, Ernest
- a.k.a. "Skagway Kid"
- October 19, 1901, fell of a scow at Whitehorse, possibly during a seizure. His body was recovered in May 1902.

WITHYCOMB, Sam
- born in England
- July 11, 1918, drowned in the Stewart River; 48 years old, listed as a miner (Dawson Funeral Index).

UNKNOWN
- May 7, 1898, a "half-breed" male was found in the Stikine River, south of Glenora (NWMP Annual Report)

UNKNOWN
- June 1898, boat #12740 reported wrecked in Thirty Mile River, with 1 man drowned (YA: Marsh MSS 8, 82/143). The Dawson database reports that on that boat were 3 men from Seuora (?), California: C. Peacini, Anton Servini and John Servini.

UNKNOWN
- June 29, 1898, man found in Lake Laberge; buried on the east shore (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

UNKNOWN
- July 1898, German man drowned in the Klaheena River, Dalton Trail (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

UNKNOWN
- July 1898, man found in the Toochai River, Taku Arm (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

UNKNOWN
- July 2, 1898, man found at White Horse Rapids (NWMP Annual Report)

UNKNOWN
- July 15, 1898, man found in Lake Laberge; buried on the east shore (NWMP Annual Report, 1898)

UNKNOWN
- September 3, 1903, found in the Yukon River near the Indian River (Dawson Funeral Index).

UNKNOWN
- n.d., found in the Yukon River 2 miles from the Klondike (Dawson Funeral Index).

UNKNOWN
- n.d., found in the Yukon River 10 miles downstream [from Dawson?]; badly decomposed (Dawson Funeral Index).


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