Mayflower locations of bodies located

NOTE: The three survivors Harper, Peverley and Imlach were picked up on the first trip, and on the second trip the body of O’Brien and the casket of Herman Brown by the steamer Ruby and taken to the Hudson House at about 9:00 pm on Nov 13

LOCATION OF THE DEAD BODIES FROM THE BOAT

Robert Pachal – Washed up on the shore of Gull island – Nov 14

William Murphy -Washed up on the shore of Gull island – Nov 14

Mrs. E. McWhirter – Found in the cabin of the Mayflower, by divers Nov 15

William Boehme – Found in the cabin of the Mayflower, by divers Nov 15

John Hudson – Found on the bottom of the lake about 8’ from the Mayflower by divers on Nov 15

Tom Delaney – Found clinging to the flagpole at the front of the Mayflower by divers Nov 15

George Bothwell  – Found washed up the north shore April 21, 1913

Aaron Parcher – Found washed up on the north shore wearing life jacket day after sinking, Nov. 13. Found by brother Howard. Had burst his lungs

Patrick O‘Brien – Was alive on top of casket when he left Mayflower but died of hypothermia at edge of island. Three survivors were on Gull Island