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1845. Daughter of D. Tot-
teni.

Fell from passenger cars ;

arm amputated. Gratuity 100 00 1843. Aug. 1 Mrs. Windsor Hatch. | Jumped from

from cars, at Spencer, before the train had reached the station, and while in motion, and sprained her ankle. A suit for compensation now pending in court.

Employées killed.

1840.
Dec. 18 A. Willard, master Run over by a freight | Gratuity paid
mechanic.

train descending the family,
heavy grade at Spring-

$1095 12
field, which became un-
manageable, ran into en-

gine house, and killed E. Noyes, carpenter. ) them.

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1841.
Jan.
6 John O'Hearn, laborer. Pressed between passen-

ger car and the platform, at the Clappville station; died subsequently.

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Date.

Names.

Injury and Cause.

Amount paid.

1841. Oct. 5 W. Warren, conductor. Seriously injured in a col

lision near Westfield, be

tween two passenger 1842.

trains; died subsequently. Feb. 1 W. F. Rice, engine

Gratuity paid Engine ran off track; kill- family, ed.

$200 00 Dennis O'Neal, fire

man.

man.

cars; died.

1843. June 2 J Sullivan, laborer. Pressed in shackling frei't

Gratuity 150 00 Nov. 21 Edward Moody, brakeStruck by a bridge; died.

150 00 1844. March 22 J. B. Chapin, conduct'r. Struck a bridge.

man.

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Dec. 3 P. Coleman, fireman. Collision of passenger

and freight trains at 1846.

Chester Village; died. April Wilson Tucker, brake

Injured shackling freight

180 00

man.

cars; died.

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1847. March 3 T. Kennady, br’k’man. Fell from freight cars. 26 Reub. Coburn, brake

Killed by telegraph wires. July 22 S. Gilbert, brakeman. Injured shackling cars at

Palmer; died.

man.

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Employees injured. 1842. Feb. 1 George W. Perry, engineman.

Engine ran off the track;

slightly injured. 1843. June 3 David Scott, br’k’man. Fell from freight train;

injured leg.

Gratu'y $170 00 1845. May 20 W. Steele.

Injured shackling freight

cars.

Oct. 31 Richard Welch.“

Injured in a slight colli

sion between passenger

and freight trains. Dec. 3 S. E. Dennis, baggagemaster.

Collision of passenger and

freight trains at Chester 1846.

Village.
July 19 George L. Whitney,
engineman.

Engine ran off the track;
leg amputated.

650 00

Jas. Brennan, fireman. Engine ran off the track.

Nov. 14 Edward Ruby, brake

man.

Struck a bridge.

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Lyman, carp'nt'r. Injured in attempting to

get upon freight cars 1847.

while in motion. March 26 J. M. Putnam, brake

Injured by telegraph wires

man

arm amputated. S. H. Pratt, conductor. Injured slightly by tele

graph wires.

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Sept. 23 Harvey Mills, br’kem'n. Struck by a bridge.
Oct. 5 John King, carpenter. Fell from a bridge.

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man

Dan'l Harrington, brok’

By jumping unnecessarily
from the train in collision

at Charlton.
1 Fowler Hudson, brake-

Fell between freight cars;
leg amputated.

1

Nov.

man.

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3 L. Osborn, engineman. Struck by a bridge.

27 Benjamin Spear, con

ductor.

Injured shackling) freight

cars.

Other persons killed.

1844. Oct.

A. H. Howland.

Thrown from his wagon

in attempting to cross
in advance of the train,
near Pittsfield, killed ;
gratuity granted to his
family. -

$150

Forbes.

Run over by a passenger

train, when lying across
the track; killed.

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Returns have been received, that the following railroads have not been finished, and that no accidents have happened upon them.

Barre and Worcester Railroad.
Fitchburg and Worcester Railroad.
Framingham Branch Railroad.
Franklin Railroad.
Hanover Branch Railroad.
Lowell and Andover Railroad.

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