| This page has a listing of men that JW worked with, the bottom of
the page lists several boats and their fate.
of Carpenters and Calkers & Laborers
Hodgson - John Collins - Fred Wunderlich - Elsworth Reed - James McClure -
Louis Lynch - Blair Dearing - Jas. Balsinger - Geo. Rhodes - Frank Young -
J.M. Lynch - Emory Rumble - Jas. Jenkins - Geo. Herget - Andrew McGee -
R.F. Caulkett (painter) - Dayton Peters - Nick Gato (blacksmith) - Wm.
Jackson (sawyer) - Donald Brown - Hiram Brown (La(bor)) - Ben Adams - John
Morichida - Chas. Foster (la(bor)) - C.B. Householder - Wood Hillman - Ray
Weaver - Ed Davis (la) - Jake Horner (waterboy) - Jack Lynch - Bob Murphy -
Chas. Herget (died Dec 6, 1929) - Geo. Sabo (la) - Henry Gibson - Henry
Wolfgang (Day watchman) - Chas Feree (night watchman) - Frank Zeh (killed)
- Sam Fort (B.S. shop helper) - Ernest Wiegel - Hi Pearsol - James Sparks
- Albert Biddle - Geo. W. Collins - Ray Stedard - Al Ward - Wm. M. Lynch
(foreman) - Joe Ward - Howard Witheson (la) - Elmer Keifer - Banks Henry -
Link Pancost - Jack Brown (la) - Cecil Barker - Norman Fowler (??) - Geo.
Brown (la) - Frank Pancost - Amos Meyers - Ben Hargh - Chas. Applegate -
Dan Hackett (la) - Geo. Gillingham - Jno. Gillingham
Wood sunk and wrecked - Str Percy Kelsey exploded her boilers, total loss - Str
Defender burnt, total loss - Str J.B. Finley burnt, total loss - Str J.B.
Williams burnt, total loss - Str Belle McGowan, Acorn and Monterey, sunk total
loss - Str John A. Wood Burnt, total loss, 1925 - Strs Exporter, Josh Cook, John
Moren, Crusader, Relief, Tom Rees, Charles Brown, all sunk, total loss - All in
the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers