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The Oconomowoc

 

The Sch. Oconomowoc left port Feb. 10th 1862, and has been absent nearly seven weeks. She was nearly 86 tons burthen; owned by Charles Parkhurst; valued at $3200, and insured in the Gloucester Fishing Ins. Co., for $2800.
Her crew list comprised ten men, as follows:

Dennis S. Kelly, master, leaves a widow and one child
John Henderson, leaves a mother, three brothers partially dependant upon him for support
John P. Parsons, leaves a widow and four children
John McNash, leaves a widow and one child
John Murphy, leaves a widow and one child;
James Parsons, leaves an aged mother dependent upon him for support
Michael Murphy
Dennis Kelly, the master's son
Joseph Brown, and
John _ereet, single

 

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