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Parkersburg (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
Death by Drowning. --A young man named Thomas Nead, about eighteen years of age, was drowned off the steamer Lizzie Martin, on the 6th inst., near Parkersburg, Va. The deceased, who could not swim, accidentally walked overboard, and was carried by the current past the boat, and drowned before assistance could reach him. He was an orphan.
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Death by Drowning. --A young man named Thomas Nead, about eighteen years of age, was drowned off the steamer Lizzie Martin, on the 6th inst., near Parkersburg, Va. The deceased, who could not swim, accidentally walked overboard, and was carried by the current past the boat, and drowned before assistance could reach him. He was an orphan.
Death by Drowning. --A young man named Thomas Nead, about eighteen years of age, was drowned off the steamer Lizzie Martin, on the 6th inst., near Parkersburg, Va. The deceased, who could not swim, accidentally walked overboard, and was carried by the current past the boat, and drowned before assistance could reach him. He was an orphan.