Date: 12 Oct 1902
William Macdonald was found drowned in the River Thames near to West India Docks.
He had been the fourth engineer of the sailing yacht Argenaut and had come from Perth in Scotland.
It appeared that he and the steward parted company at the Gun public house in Limehouse with William Macdonald saying that he was going to meet a young lady. However, his movements after that cannot be traced.
Nothing further was heard of him until his body was found in the water.
There were no marks of violence about his body and at the Coroner's suggestion the jury returned an open verdict.
see Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - Sunday 12 October 1902