Bullitt County History

1917 Shepherdsville Train Wreck - Papers

List of People Fatally Injured in Wreck at Shepherdsville

This list was likely compiled by a railroad lawyer sometime before Dec. 24th, as it does not include Henry Z. Hardaway who died on that date.

Mahlon H. Campbell conductor, train No. 41 Cralle
G. C. Duke Bardstown Jct. Cralle
Virginia Duke 12 years old Cralle
Frank Nunn L&N employe Cralle
Hollis Bridges Samuels, Ky. Cralle
Miss Josie Bridges Samuels Cralle
Mrs. H. H. Mashburn Bardstown Cralle
Benj. Talbott Bardstown Cralle
John Phillips Bardstown Cralle
Mrs. John Phillips Bardstown Cralle
Miss Elizabeth McElroy Springfield Cralle
Lucus Moore 5th & Hill Sts, Louisville Cralle
David Phillips (Address not known, no arrangements) Cralle
Nat Muir Bardstown Boden
Mrs. Nat Muir Bardstown Boden
George Muir 11 years old, Bardstown Boden
Mac Miller Bardstown Boden
Mrs. Mac Miller Bardstown Boden
R. C. Cherry, Sr. Bardstown Boden
Mrs. R. C. Cherry Bardstown Boden
R. C. Cherry, Jr. 11 years, Bardstown Boden
Mrs. Joe Hurst Bardstown Boden
7 months old baby of Mrs. Joe Hurst Boden
Mrs. Arch Pulliam Bardstown Boden
Mrs. Tom Moore, Sr. Bardstown Boden
Jas Thompson Springfield Boden
Tom Spaulding Springfield Boden
Miss Altha Simms Springfield Boden
Raymond Cravens 3 years old, Taylor Boule., Louisville Al. Smith
Mrs. Mattie C. Harmon Shepherdsville Bax
W. C. Johnson Bardstown Bax
Mrs. Thos J. Miller New Hope Pierson
Father Bertillo Chapeze Troutman Bros.
Jimmy Morrison 15 yrs, Bardstown Jct. Troutman Bros.
Jim Stansberry, Jr. Bardstwon Jct. Troutman Bros.
David Maraman Shepherdsville Maraman Bros.
Mrs. Katie Ice Bardstown Jct. Maraman Bros.
L. C. Greenwell Flagman on No. 41 Maraman Bros.
Forrest Overall High Grove Maraman Bros.
Emory Samuels New Hope Maraman Bros.
Mrs. Wm. Simmons Shepherdsville Maraman Bros.
Maggie May Overall Cox Creek, Nelson County Maraman Bros.
Thomas Shaefer Chapeze Maraman Bros.
Mrs. Dan Nutt Courier Journal says Leaches KY Maraman Bros.
Mrs. R. H. Miller Bardstown Maas.

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