From: The Oakland Tribune, 02 January 1901
BODY IS IDENTIFIED BY CAPTAIN'S WIDOW
The remains of Captaim Herman Stendel were identified this morning by the widow of the deceased, who, with her brother, called at the morgue in Berkeley, having gone thither from her home, 3433 Sixteenth street, San Francisco. The points of identification were the bridge work on five of the deceased man's teeth and a porcelain tooth in the back part of the mouth. The marks on the body of the deceased showed that he had been foully dealt with. The autposy is being held this afternoon.
Stendel was killed on the sloop Luiz.