John G. Smith and John Davis from sch. Restless,
went astray in their dory on Western Bank.
4th - Louis Beck lost
overboard from sch. Sarah C. Pyle.
19th - Charles H. Fisher and Chester
W. Denton from sch. Polar Wave, went astray in a dory.
27th - Sch. John Story,
Jr., 27.48 tons, owned by Capt. Charles H. Orne and engaged in the
Winter shore fishery, run down and sunk off Eastern Point. Crew saved. Value, $800;
8th - Capt. John McCloud
lost in dory from sch. Addison G. Procter.
19th - Sch. Glenwood,
62.44 tons, owned by Rowe & Jordan, also employed in the shore fishery,
run into and sunk off Highland Light. Crew saved. Value, $6,000; insurance, $4,113.
14th - Capt. Robert N.
Mickey lost overboard on the passage from Fortune Bay.
22nd - Capt. Maurice Walen
lost overboard from sch. Marathon, on Georges.
24th - Dennis Lyon
lost overboard from sch. Nathaniel Webster. Capt. Martin Nelson lost
overboard from sch. Arizona, on Georges. Herbert Gorman, mate
of sch. Flash, went astray at Newfoundland and was never heard from again.
26th - S. Augustus Webb
lost overboard from sch. John S. Presson, on Grand Bank.
28th - William Norton
and Albert Sulkey from sch. Frederic Gerring, Jr., went astray when
tending their nets.
3rd - James Horton and
Thomas Kennedy lost in their dory from sch. Edwin C. Dolliver.
17th - Daniel Brynnelson
and Stephen Stone went astray from sch. Alfred Walen, on La Have
26th - Nathaniel Gillis
lost overboard from sch. David Crockett and Nelson Mitchell lost
overboard from sch. Edwin C. Dolliver, on Grand Bank. John OBrien
lost overboard from sch. Joseph O., on Georges.
Middleton lost sometime in April or May, eleven men lost.
Sch. James L. Shute also lost on Grand Bank in
April or May; fourteen men lost.
Sch. Kearsarge lost on Georges, crew of eleven
8th - Sch. Henrietta Greenleaf capsized and sunk on passage to
10th - George Carpenter
lost overboard from sch. Robert Emmett, on Georges.
18th - George Patience and Charles
Anderson went astray in their dory from sch. Fitz j Babson and John
McMillan and John McAuley from sch. J. F. Allen also lost.
is declared missing, with crew of eleven, possibly twelve men.
23rd - Boat Bonanza,
owned by Capt. John Carter, was wrecked in the offshore fishery, off Plymouth. Crew
saved. Value, $6oo; uninsured.
27th - David Shearer and William
Diggers from sch. Hereward went astray and were lost.
Sch. Job Johnson, 64.07 tons,
owned by Joseph O. Procter, run down and sunk on Grand Bank. Crew saved. Value, $6,350;
4th - Alfred Meyers lost overboard from
sch. Edward E. Webster, on Grand Bank.
6th - Sch. Challenge,
36.16 tons, owned by Eben H. and Franklin Griffin, wrecked on the Maine coast in
the shore mackerel fishery. Crew saved. Value, $1,000; uninsured.
24th - N. T. Chatto
lost overboard from sch. Bloomer, off Portsmouth.
Charles Olsen and Charles Strimm lost in dory
from sch. Aberdeen, in August;
20th - Sch. Col.
Ellsworth, 82.45 tons, owned by Capt. Oliver F. Howard and engaged in the
Bay St. Lawrence mackerel fishery, lost at the Magdalen Islands. Crew saved. Value,
$5,500; insurance, $4,800.
Sch. Walter M. Falt,
seen dismasted and water-logged. Crew never heard from.
20th - Nicholas Surratt
went astray in a dory from sch. Shiloh.
21st - Sch. Reliance,
46.49 tons, owned by Walen & Allen, also employed in Bay mackereling, lost near Canso.
Crew saved. Value, $3,600; insurance, $2,550.
27th - Angus McKay and
George Party went astray from sch. Epes Tarr.
29th - Sch. Tiber,
44.70 tons, also owned by Walen & Allen, another of the Bay St. Lawrence fleet,
wrecked at Louisburg. Crew saved. Value, $1,775; insurance, $850.
Sch. George Peabody,
of Salem, chartered by Capt. George W. Plumer of this city, was wrecked
in the Bay St. Lawrence in October and sold for $1,500.
6th - Charles Haley
went astray from sch. Charles P. Thompson.
12th - Richard Tibbetts
lost overboard from sch. Charles P. Barrett, on Middle Bank.
16th - Sch. Joseph F. Allen presumed lost. Crew of ten
lost. James Sigsworth, Frank Dunn and Daniel McNeil lost overboard
from sch. P. A. Smith, on Grand Bank.
2nd - Sch. Mazeppa,
47.57 tons, owned by Capt. Gilman Roberts, lost at Braces Cove in the shore
fishery.. Crew saved. Value, $1,000; insurance, $700.
Michael Morgan lost overboard from sch. Victor,
on Grand Bank, in December.
Sch. Gettysburg, 70.32 tons,
owned by Cunningham & Thompson, employed in Bank fishing, abandoned. Crew taken
off and landed at Plymouth, Eng. Value, $5,400; insurance, $4,350.
Sch. Ellen Frances lost, presumed in
storm of Dec. 9th - 11th. Crew of four lost.
Sch. William T. Merchant , crew of
Sch. D. E. Woodbury lost with crew of ten.
Sch. John S. Tyler lost with crew of
Sch. J. F. Huntress lost, crew of ten
Sch. Howard Steele lost. Crew of eleven
Sch. Modena B. Jerauld and crew lost
in the gales.
Sch. Wyoming lost in the gales with a
crew of nine.
Sch. Robert Emmett lost in the gales,
crew of nine men.
10th - Sch. Daniel A.
Burnham, 72.35 tons, owned by Leonard Walen capsized and abandoned in Grand
Bank fishery. Crew taken off. Value, $6,500; insurance, $5,500. George Miller
lost overboard from sch. Howard on Grand Bank.
11th - Sch. Lancet,
56.76 tons, owned by Joseph O. Procter, engaged in the Georges fishery, abandoned on
Georges. One of the crew, John Kirby, washed overboard
and drowned. - Value, $3,000; insurance, $2,500. Joseph Teddy and Charles
Cook lost overboard from sch. Ruth Groves, on Georges.