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The Clara Eva


The Sch. Clara Eva left port Feb. 20th 1862, and has been absent upwards of five weeks. She was nearly 80 tons burthen; owned by Chas. Friend & Co., valued at $3000, and insured in the Gloucester Fishing Ins. Co., for $2625. Her crew list comprised nine persons, as follows:

Wm. T. Rogers, master, leaves a widow and two children;
Manuel Zuza, leaves a widow;
Manuel Innis, leaves a widow;
Danl. G. Grindle, leaves a widow;
Richard Carter, leaves a widow and two children:
Wm. T. Young,
Joseph Silva,
John Dickson, and
Manuel Peter, single.


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