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'''May 23, 1960 [Pasadena Independent]:''' “Fishermen drown. Ed W. Cotterly of Los Angeles and George Henry Giroux, 47 of Maywood were drowned yesterday when their fishing boat sank near Anacapa Island off Oxnard. A third man was rescued.”
 
'''May 23, 1960 [Pasadena Independent]:''' “Fishermen drown. Ed W. Cotterly of Los Angeles and George Henry Giroux, 47 of Maywood were drowned yesterday when their fishing boat sank near Anacapa Island off Oxnard. A third man was rescued.”
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'''May 23, 1960 [San Bernardino County Sun]:''' “Two drown when boat sinks; one swims to shore. Oxnard — A leisurely fishing trip off Anacapa Island ended tragically yesterday when a 14-foot fiberglass boat suddenly took on water and sank. Two men drowned and a third swam to shore. Ed W. Cotterly, 62, a bus driver, of 5602 Ruthellen St., Los Angeles, and George Henry Giroux, 47, a mechanic, of 3627 E. 52nd St., Maywood, drowned. John C. Furst, 41, of Santa Susana, swam about 100 yards to the island. He said the boat, about two years old, sank do suddenly it was impossible to determine what caused the tragedy.”
  
  
 
'''May 23, 1960 [Santa Cruz Sentinal]:''' “Sunday Fishers are Drowned. Oxnard, Calif.—Two Sunday fishermen drowned when their 14-foot outboard motorboat sprang a leak and quickly sank 15 miles off the coast. They were Ed W. Cotterly, 62, and George Henry Girouz, 47, both of Los Angeles. John C. Furst, 41, of Susana Knolls was rescued by the Coast Guard.”
 
'''May 23, 1960 [Santa Cruz Sentinal]:''' “Sunday Fishers are Drowned. Oxnard, Calif.—Two Sunday fishermen drowned when their 14-foot outboard motorboat sprang a leak and quickly sank 15 miles off the coast. They were Ed W. Cotterly, 62, and George Henry Girouz, 47, both of Los Angeles. John C. Furst, 41, of Susana Knolls was rescued by the Coast Guard.”

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COTTERLY, Edward W. (1898-1960)[SS#563-07-9952]drowned when his fishing boat sank at Anacapa Island. He was born in Massachussettes and was 62 at the time of his death. Also drowned was George Henry Giroux.


In the News~

May 23, 1960 [Pasadena Independent]: “Fishermen drown. Ed W. Cotterly of Los Angeles and George Henry Giroux, 47 of Maywood were drowned yesterday when their fishing boat sank near Anacapa Island off Oxnard. A third man was rescued.”


May 23, 1960 [San Bernardino County Sun]: “Two drown when boat sinks; one swims to shore. Oxnard — A leisurely fishing trip off Anacapa Island ended tragically yesterday when a 14-foot fiberglass boat suddenly took on water and sank. Two men drowned and a third swam to shore. Ed W. Cotterly, 62, a bus driver, of 5602 Ruthellen St., Los Angeles, and George Henry Giroux, 47, a mechanic, of 3627 E. 52nd St., Maywood, drowned. John C. Furst, 41, of Santa Susana, swam about 100 yards to the island. He said the boat, about two years old, sank do suddenly it was impossible to determine what caused the tragedy.”


May 23, 1960 [Santa Cruz Sentinal]: “Sunday Fishers are Drowned. Oxnard, Calif.—Two Sunday fishermen drowned when their 14-foot outboard motorboat sprang a leak and quickly sank 15 miles off the coast. They were Ed W. Cotterly, 62, and George Henry Girouz, 47, both of Los Angeles. John C. Furst, 41, of Susana Knolls was rescued by the Coast Guard.”