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The Angie S. Friend


Sch. Angie S. Friend, reported lost with all on board, August 1873.  Deck, spars, and rigging drifted ashore at Port Hood, C. B.  The A. S. Friend was a fine schooner of 49.72 tons, built at Boothbay, Me., in 1868, and was owned by Mr. Joseph Friend.  Value $4700, insurance $4118. 
Her crew consisted of 13 persons, as follows:

Adolphus Emery, master, leaves a widow
Robert Rowe, leaves a widow and one child
George Hunson, leaves a widow
Joseph A. Hunson, his son
Augustus Cromwell
James Rien
Eugene M. Cromwell
Jacob H. Emery
Thomas Wilson

Charles Hustins
Joseph Small
James Robinson

They are mostly natives of the Provinces, but had followed fishing from this port for several years.  Two of her crew, John Edwards and James Woodbury, left the vessel in the Bay, and have arrived home.   It is more than probable that two others were shipped in their places, which would make fifteen lost.


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