Posted by Carolyn Schwab on Wednesday, November 07, 2007 at 08:42:48 :
Wednesday, May 8, 1929
Drowned Man is Identified
Positive identification of the body that was found floating in Pirate's Cove, Sunday, as that of Captain EDWARD BUCKLEY, master of the fishing smack "Three Sisters", which was wrecked recently off the Golden Gate, was made Monday by his brother John Buckley.
The body was first sighted Sunday, but it was in such an inacessible position, it could not be recovered until late Monday. Buckley's two companions in the fishing boat died. IVOR MATTSON, one of the men was found drowned, and the other, VASCO VALERI, died later in a hospital.
Captain Buckley lived at 2447 Sacramento Street, San Francisco.
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