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Cynthia Knisley
Cynthia Knisley • 2 years ago

This pocket watch, found on John Starr March’s body recovered at sea, stopped at 1:27.  As such, it suggests that the  postal clerks survived the rush of water in the mail compartment around 11:40 p.m. It supports the eye witness accounts of survivors who saw the clerks attempting to rescue the mail until the end

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