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The White Eagle

 

Sch. White Eagle, lost on Grand Bank in April 1872.   Owned by Rowe & Jordan, valued with outfits at $8000, and insured for $7125 in the Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance office. 
Crew of twelve men, as follows:

Nelson Goodwin, master, of Argyle, N. S.
Warren Goodwin, of Argyle, N. S.
James Goodwin,
of Argyle, N. S.
Samuel Goodwin,
of Argyle, N. S.
Asa Goodwin,
of Argyle, N. S.
Jedediah Goodwin,
of Argyle, N. S.
Simeon Goodwin,
of Argyle, N. S.
David Hines
of Argyle, N. S.
Thomas Parsons, of Rockport
Leander M. Cook, of Rockport
James Burnham, of Maine
Joseph Bowden, of Maine

 

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