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The Nawadaha

 

Sch. Nawadaha left port March 16th, 1864 with a crew of nine men, viz.:

James Powers, master, leaves a widow and four children
Edward Powers, his brother, leaves three orphan children of his sister, to whom he acted as guardian, and who were partially dependent upon him for support
Michael Maddox, nephew to master
John Handrahan, of Newburyport, leaves a widow and five children
Peter Giddings, leaves a mother in Newburyport
William Murphy
Alex. Maney
Daniel Cashman
One man, name unknown

The Nawadaha was 93 tons burthen, built at Essex in 1859, and owned by H. C. Knapp & Co. She was valued with her outfits at $7000, on which there was an insurance of $4500, at the Gloucester Mutual Fishing Office and $2000 at the Washington Office, Boston.

 

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