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['"MY DWN" DISASTER I ! ———?———

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['"MY DWN" DISASTER I ———?——— SWANSEA ENGINEERS VICTIMS. FAMILIES' SAD BLOW. A particularly sad k-tory has come to light in connection witJ!. tho foundering of the :'>.8. My Own, off Shoreham, on Friday last. Among the three Swansea, members of the crew who were drow'ied was Mr. Alf. Chesby, the second .engineer, und a Daily Post m3,n who made inquiries on Monday lesrned that he was the son of the la.t.e M.r. Chesby, who was we!l known locally as the chief clerk at Messrs Vivian's Hafod Works. The news of the disaster to the '\fy Own came I" -1 A SAD BLOW V) :'OUllg L.nBSDy s )datlves m wa,UBea. fo? he was the solo support of a blind aunt, Miss Frances Grif&ths, and his young sistc.r Jc'sephine, aged about nj'heen years, who re- udo in apartments iu P:'inca of WaiM-road. Anot!i€r relative of his. an nunL, na,mcd :Il's. EIIsn Leiuha.n, ieside.s at the Old-;rou,d, Greenhill, &nd he also has two other aisteM surviving him. Mrs. Lcnihau told the Post man that the riews had been a great shook to her and Mis? GrifEths. The dec&aapd is-as about 25 years of age, and had aJwa.y& been a. good, lia,rd-,A,orliirig ycung man. He was weU-known in shipping circles, and in the district in which he rf- sidcd, and is highly spoken of by alt who hncw him. Deceased has a brother, Harry Chcsby, who waa recently Injured seriously on board ship;, and has now gon? to live at, Gor.s- einon. r VICTIM'S WIFE'S OFFER. With regard! to lorn Uwen, described us a and v.ho Teally bei&ngs to MiHord, Mrs. Owen, who I'ves ;it 62, Cellar Riil, Milfoi-d Havon, camo to on Monday morning a.nd viFitE'd the Firemen's Union oince, where she offered .510 for the recovery c'f her husband's body, and in a visit to the Dady Post" office repeated the offer. Deceased was or* the s.s. Ladv Bacon for several voyages. v I CHIEF ENGINEER'S T ST. THOMAS' FAMILY. I Another Swa.nMa man (as already stated) !ost his Jile in the My Own, Mr. J. R. Jayne, chief engineer, formerJy of Neath I Abbey, <),ind wh ose fami!y nov/ reside at 51, I Danygraig-road, St. Thomas. He lea-vllls a. widow and four children.

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