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SANSOR, Ernest, longshoreman

SARGEANT, Thos., and two children, Arethur and Alice, Thirteenth and Fourteenth and Ave. M 1/2
SARME, Mrs. George, 4513 Ave. K, between Forty-fifth, and Forty-sixth streets
SAWYER, Dr. John B.
SCARBOROUGH, Harry, a fisherman
SCHADERMANTLE, Maud
SCHADERMANTLE, Randle
SCHAF, Mrs., and three children
SCHALEA, Richard, wife, son Frank, Forty-third and Ave. T 1/2
SCHELLER, Charles, Mrs., and four children, Thirty-fifth and Ave. Q
SCHIERHOLZ, W., wife and five children
SCHILKE, Mrs. Julius, and two children, August and Albert
SCHMIDT, Mrs. R., and son Richard, Ave. P 1/2 between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
SCHNEIDER, J. F., wife and six children, milkman, down the island
SCHNEIDER, Henry, and two children
SCHNEIDER, John, wife and five children
SCHNEIDER, Mrs. Hy, Sr.
SCHNEIDER, child of Hy., Jr.
SCHNEIDER, Caroline
SCHOOLFIELD, _____ (colored)
SCHOOLFIELD, Isaac
SCHRADER, Mary]
SCHROEDER, Mrs. Louise, and two children, Twenty-sixth and Ave. Q
SCHROEDER, mrs. George M., and four children
SCHULER, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, and five children
SCHULER, Mrs. A.
SCHULTZ, Charles and Fred
SCHULTZE, Charles
SCHUMACHER, Annie
SCHUTTE, _____, wife and two children
SCHUZTE, Mr. and Mrs.
SCHWARZBACH, child of Theo.
SCHWOEBEL, George, wife and daughter Lulu
SCOFELIA, Miss Ida
SCOTT, Hughie, (colored)
SCOTT, Annie, (colored)
SCULL, Mrs. Mary (colored)
SEABORN, J. R.
SEALS, Wallace D. (colored)
SEALS, Sarah N. (colored)
SEDGEWICK, child of
SEIBEL, Frederich, Sr., Thirty-seventh and Ave. M 1/2
SEIBEL, Mrs. Julius
SEIBEL, Lizzie
SEIBEL, Mrs. Jacob, and son Julius
SEIDENSTRICKER, John
SEIDENSTRICKER, John C., 1209 Ave. N
SEIDENSTRICKER, John N., lived on Ave. N between Twelfth and Thirteenth
SEIXAS, Miss Lucille
SEIXAS, Mrs. C. E.
SEIXAS, Armour A.
SEIXAS, Cecile
SEGERS and family
SEVERT, John and wife
SHAPER, Henry, wife and two sons, milkman, down the island
SHARP, Mr. and Mrs.
SHARP, Miss Annie
SHARPER, Henry, wife and five children, down the island
SHAW, Frank
SHELREY, Leon, son and daughter (colored)
SHEPHERD, Mary Ellen Casey - Submitted by Sharon E. Clanahan
    Mary SHEPHERD Was in Galveston visiting relatives with her one
    year old daughter, Margaret Velma Shepherd, when the storm hit.  My
    grandfather brought back the body of a woman and child to be buried on the
    family site in memory of the wife and child he lost.  I have the original
    copy of the condolence letter from the Order of the Eastern Star ( of which
    she had been Worthy Matron and held other offices) to my grandfather
    Thomas William SHEPHERD.
SHERMAN, Albert, butcher better known as "Yammer"
SHERMER, A.
SHERWOOD, Charles L., wife and two children
SHERWOOD, Thomas, wife and two or three children
SHERWOOD, Chas. Wm., baby seven months old, Eighth and Ave. I
SHERWOOD, Charles, Ave. N between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets.
SHOOK, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Jr.
SIEBEL, O. F., Jr.
SINNE, John, Lizzie and one child, Forty-first and Broadway
SINNETT, Maggie, Twenty-seventh and Ave. Q
SINNETT, Eddie, Twenty-seventh and Ave. Q
SINPE, Calvin, and daughter
SKARKE, Charles F., son of Charles J. Skarke, in Catholic Orphans' Home
SKELTON, Mrs. Emma, and two children
SLAUGHTER, Philip, (colored)
SLITER, J. M. longshoreman
SMITH, Sallie, colored, cook for Dr. Perkins
SMITH, Stella, working for Mrs. C. H. Hughes
SMITH, Gertrude
SMITH, mrs. Wiley (colored), Thirty-third and Ave. Q
SMITH, Miss Ellen and child (colored)
SMITH, Miss Mary
SMITH, Mrs., the grandmother of the Foremans
SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. and two children, LaMarque, Tex.
SMITH, Charles L., between Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets
SMITH, Prof. E. P., wife and five children, Thirty-fifth and Ave. T
SMITH, Jacob
SMITH, Sam (colored), of Olympia theater
SODICH, L.
SOLOMON, Frank, Jr.
SOLOMON, Mrs. Frank
SOLOMON, Herman
SOLOMON, Lena
SOLOMON, Julius
SOLOMON, Mrs. Julius
SOMMER, Ferdinand and wife, Fifty-ninth and beach
SOMMER, Mollie, Sophie, Annie, Fifty-ninth and beach
SOMMER, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Fifty-ninth and beach
SOMERVILLE, S. B. and wife (colored)
SOURBIEN, battery O
SOUTHWICK, Mrs. J. Sanford and child
SPAETER, Mrs. Fredericka
SPAETER, Otilia
SPAIDNIG, Joseph, Sydnor's bayou
Spanish Sailer, steamship Talesforo, body buried north side of Sweetwater lake; marked "sailor"
SPECK, Captain
SPENCER, Stanley G.
SPRIGGS, Mary
STACKER, Miss Sophie
STACKER, Miss Alfred
STACKER, George
STACKPOLE, Dr. and family
STAWINSKY, Ed., wife and son
STAYTON, Mrs. Carrie B. (colored)
STEDILING, Harry, wife and child
STEEB, Julius, wife and two children
STEINBRINK, Frederick W. and three childen, 4209 Ave. S
STEINFORTH, Mrs. Emma, Twentieth and Ave. P 1/2
STELLMAN, Lily
STELLMAN, Robert, wife and child
STENZEL, wife and three children
STERING, O. B.
STEVENS, Frankie, Leo, Jerald and Edward, sons of T. J.
STEWART, Robert C.
STEWART, Miss Lester
STIGLICH, Mamie
STILLMANN, Miss Lily, 3207 Ave. K
STILLMAn, Lillie, down the island
STOCKFIETH, wife of Peter, and six children
STOUSLAND, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
STRAVO, Nick, wife and son John
STRUNK, Wm., wife and six children, Thirty-fourth and Ave. R
STUDLEY, Mrs. and two children, Forteith and Ave. R
STUB, Julius, wife and two children
SUDDEN, Clara (colorred)
SUGAR, Mrs. and two children
SULLIVAN, Mrs. Martha and child, Ave. R between Thirty-first and Thirty-second
SULLIVAN, Mrs. J. A. and son, Thirty-second and Ave. Q 1/2
SUMMERS, Sarah
SUMMERS, Mrs. M. S., 1012 Ave. K
SWAN, Auguste, Thirty-seventh and Ave. Q
SWAN, George
SWAN, George, wife and four children
SWANSON, Mrs. Martin
SWAIN, Richard D.
SWAIN, Mrs. Mary, Ave. I between Tenth and Eleventh Streets
SWEIGEL, George, mother and sister
SWENSON, Mrs. Mary, Ave. K between Eleventh and Twelfth
SWICKEL, Mrs. Mary, Miss Kate, and Miss May, 1902 Twenth-seventh Street
SYMMS, two children of H. G.
 
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