Sch. George L. Smith, 84.28
tons, built in Gloucester in 1884, owned by George Clark & Co., and engaged in the
Bank halibut fishery, sailed August 14 1886 and was not seen after the 21st.
Insured by the Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance Company for $6696, with $1500
additional in the same office on outfits.
She had a crew of fourteen men, as follows:
Lemuel W. Tucker, master, of
New London, Conn., left widow in Gloucester
Thomas McDonald, a native of St. Johns, Newfoundland, single
Charles J. Webber, native of Halifax, N. S.
William Powers, native of Prospect, N. S.
Daniel Vignexu, a native of Arichat, C. B., widow and one child in this
Henderick Fredericson, native of Sweden, widow and child in this city
August Hendrickson, native of Sweden, widow and three children in that
John Carlson, a widow in this city
Charles Swinson, a native of Norway, single
Nils Nelson, a native of Sweden, single
John Swinson, a Swede, single
Antone Johnson, native of Sweden, single
Joseph Muise, native of St. Mary's Bay, N. S., single
William Williams, native of Liverpool, N. S., where he leaves a widow