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The El Dorado


Schooner El Dorado was probably lost upon White Head in the storm of August 24, 1873.
She had a crew of seven men, all belonging in Kittery, Maine, as follows:

Abraham S. Deering, master
Edward Deering, his son
Furber Fletcher
Clarence Feruald
Josiah Patch
Augustus Tobey, Jr.
Erastus Locke

Owned by James Mansfield & Son. Valued at $1,300; insured for $1,137.


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