1896 Cyclone Deaths
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1896 Cyclone Deaths

In May 1896, a cyclone, now called a tornado, hit St. Louis near the Soulard area. Many people died from this weather catastrophe. Some were prominent St. Louisans, others ordinary citizens. A special publication, The Great Cyclone, outlines the devastation from this event. The index includes the names of the deceased, their ages, and their home addresses.

This index was published in the 1975 St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly, volume 8, number 2, pages 43–45.

 

1896 St. Louis Cyclone Deaths

Showing records 6 to 30 of 237.

NameNotes
Anderson, Wm. F. 38, 606 South Seventh street.
Archambo, Alex 45, City Hospital.
Arnika, Louisa 36 years, Women's Christian Home.
Bene, Sylvester 5, 1418 Ohio avenue.
Benwall, Fred 24, Jefferson and Shenandoah.
Benz, George 22, Twentieth and Gratiot streets.
Bergeest, John 27, 2408 South Broadway.
Boecklin, Ulrich 48, 1309 South Seventh street.
Bohle, Fred 64, 2807 Wisconsin avenue.
Bolm, Augusta 63, 1706 Park avenue.
Bowler, Wm. 28, 328 Montrose avenue.
Bradshaw, Wallace 20, 923 N. Jefferson avenue.
Brandenburger, Carl 40 years, 1827 Park avenue.
Brouthers, John 304 North Fifteenth street.
Brown, C. M. 2621 St. Louis avenue.
Buck, Catherine, Mrs. 78 years, 4368 Swan avenue.
Cahill, Mary, Mrs. 70, Jefferson avenue and Papin.
Carnero, Charles 19, 1411 Papin.
Cheney, Emma L. 42, 1432 Mississippi avenue.
Claypool, Cora 67, 2641 Papin
Claypool, Ethel 10, 2641 Papin
Coles, Charles 21 years, 4500 Washington avenue
Conelly, John Springfield, Illinois
Conrad, Mamie 22 years, Jefferson Barracks.
Cook, William 36 years, 932 North Broadway.

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