The Irish Times, 23 January 1904
   A sad drowning fatality occurred in Waterford Harbour on Saturday night. An engineer named Tippett, employed at the Rosslare Railway works, and a workman named Ahearne, a native of Clonmel, employed two Checkpoint boatmen, named Sherlock, father and son, to ferry them across to Snowhill. The boat was swamped in crossing, the elder Sherlock and Ahearne being drowned.
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