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The Henrietta Greenleaf


Sch. Henrietta Greenleaf, 91.22 tons, owned by Leighton & Co. and Capt. William H. Greenleaf, capsized and sunk on passage to Grand Bank, April 8, 1876. Value, $10,000; insurance, $8,000.
The captain and four of the crew were subsequently picked up in a dory, but the following were lost:

Franklin Greenleaf
James Peters
Alfred Short
George Connors
Joseph Gardner
Bernard Jewett
Charles Pattie
John S. Tobie
George S. Row

Freeman Crawford

The four first named were drowned in their berths, the last-mentioned died of exposure in the dory which was picked up, and the others were never heard from after the dories parted company the evening after the disaster.


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