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The Oliver Burnham

 

Sch. Oliver Burnham left port March 16th, 1864 with a crew of nine men, as follows:

Paul Bushy, master, leaves a widow and three children
Isaac Bushy, his brother, leaves a widow
Charles Mace, Newburyport, leaves three orphan children
Sam'l C. Mace, his brother
Ephraim T. Briggs, leaves a widow
Chas. King, leaves a widow in Boston
Chas. B. Marshall, leaves a widow and one child
Michael Doursey
Charles Clark

The Oliver Burnham was 76 tons burthen, owned by Messrs. Charles Friend & Co., and built at Essex in 1853. She was valued with her outfits at $3800, and insured at the Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance Office for $2450.

 

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