P. Morton is lost with crew of fourteen.
14th - Alexander Landry capsized
in a dory, and was rescued after half an hour's exposure, unable to speak above a whisper.
20th - Alex McGinnis, 32,
unmarried, of Cape Breton, drowned when dory capsized from sch. Centennial
21st - James McQaurrie, 30,
unmarried, of Strait of Canso, N. S., is lost from sch. Moses Adams
18th - Angus McKenzie, single,
24 of East Port, P. E. I., and Allen Grant, married, 40 of Port Hood,
lost from sch. John S. Presson
12th - John Manuel of sch. Polar
Wave washed overboard. He was a Swede, 35, widower, left a son in Portland,
20th - Thomas Smith, unmarried,
Portuguese, 28 yrs., knocked overboard on Georges from sch. Dictator
22nd - John Peterson, Swede,
26 yrs., single and Augustus Peterson, Swede, single, 26 yrs., capsized
dory from sch. Andrew Leighton on Banks, and drowned.
Thomas Smith of sch. Racer
lost in collision with sch. Electric Flash off
Sch. Julia Wood wrecked near Liverpool, N. S., crew saved.
8th - Judson W. Allen, unmarried,
of Marblehead, of sch. Knight Templar, capsized dory on Western
Banks and drowned.
Willis Bateman of Liverpool,
N. S., 17, of sch. Edward E. Webster lost in collision with sch.
1st - Nelson M. Doane of Fox
Island, 23, single and William Post of Arichat, 22, single, lost
overboard by collision of sch. Sarah C. Pyle and an unknown
barque off Thacher's Island.
21st - Sch. Modena
abandoned at sea. Crew rescued with considerable difficulty.
5th - Sch. Oronoco
lost on Straitsmouth Island, crew saved.
12th - Sch. Lilian
Gertrude lost on Mt. Desert Rock, crew saved.
22nd - Sylvester Mitchell, of
Campobello and Albert Eldridge of Freeport, N. S. capsized from sch. Ossippe
31st - Sch. Lizzie
& Namari, owned by George Laturen, master and Almon
Mason, of Pigeon Cove, lost near Matinicus; crew saved.
Sch. Rival lost at
Magdalen Islands, crew saved.
1st - Sch. Mary
Louise, employed in the Georges fishery, run down and sunk 60 miles east of
Boston Light; crew saved.
22nd - John Smith, a native
of Crow Harbour, N. S. washed overboard from sch. Andrew Leighton
9th - William Tate, 19, of
Nova Scotia, and Charles Russell of Buckport, 20, lost in dory from sch. Josie
13th - Samuel Pearce, of sch.
Mary Story, washed overboard on Georges. He was a native of
Lowell, and left a widow and three children.
4th - Thomas King, 33,
single, a native of Port Hastings, washed overboard from sch. Annie C. Norwood
18th - Joseph Martin, 19,
single, of sch. Hyperion, washed overboard off Milk Island.
23rd - Sch. Riverdale
run into and sunk off Thacher's Island; crew rescued.
lost sometime in November or December. Crew of fourteen men lost.
Sch. Nimbus wrecked
on Cape Negro. Two of crew, Augustus Long and Andrew Robinson of
Southwest Harbor, Me., were drowned.
2nd - Capt. H. A.
Bearse of the coasting schooner Hattie N. Gove was
knocked overboard and drowned in New London harbor.
10th - Capt. Philip
Conley of Rockport lost overboard from sch. Smuggler on
the way home from Grand Menan, left widow and three children.
19th - John Dakin, of sch. Ellen
H. Powers, capsized in dory in winter shore fishery, and drowned.
William Cole of New London, P. E. I., and Lemuel Hagan
of Liverpool, N. S., lost on LaHave Bank in dory from sch. Mary F. Chisholm. Alexander
Landry, in the same dory, succeeded in clinging to the dory until he attracted
the attention of comrades a quarter of a mile away, and was taken off in an exhausted
Thomas King capsized his dory from sch. Annie C. Norwood and
20th - Sch. Samuel
Wonson employed in coasting trade, wrecked in Liscomb harbor, N. S.; crew
21st - Sch. Moses
Adams abandoned at sea, crew saved.