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The J. H. Carey

 

Sch. J. H. Carey, 95.23 tons, built in Essex in 1888, owned by Oakes & Foster, sailed for Grand Banks August 20, 1895, and never heard from, probably lost in the gales on the following month or run down by a steamer.  Valued at $8000 and insured by the Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance Company for $4925 on the vessel and $2000 on outfits.
She had a crew of eleven men, as follows:

Harry Christianson, alias Wilson, master, native of Denmark
Louis Nelson, steward, native of Denmark
Charles Lind, a native of Sweden
William Lawson,
a native of Sweden
Olof Christianson,
a native of Sweden
Nicholas Strandberg,
a native of Sweden
Harry Salberg, a native of Norway
Oscar Olsen,
a native of Norway
Emil Johnson,
a native of Norway
Joseph McKay,
a native of Nova Scotia
Andrew Christianson, a native of Sweden, leaves a widow

 

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