|The sch. Joseph O. left port
November 13, 1888, for a Georges trip, since which time no tidings from her have been
She carried a crew of twelve men, as follows:
Patrick Harney, master, a native of
Ireland, a widow and two children in this city
Charles Pool, cook, a native of this city, single
Thomas White (or Walen), a native of Dungarven, Ireland, where he leaves
a widow and two children
Thomas Foley, widower, born Dungarven, Ireland, leaves three daughters in
John Gill, a native of Ireland, where he has a mother and brother
Ambrose Wise, born St. Johns N.F.
Bernard Tobin, born St. Johns, N.F.had been in the U. S. Navy during the
Richard Sedward, a native of Placentia Bay, N.F.
Michael Kevany, a native of St. Johns, N.F.
Joseph Maliss, a native of Newfoundland, who was shipped just as the
Harry Brown, a native of New York city
Peter Hanson, a native of Newfoundland
The Joseph O. was 61.87 tons, net
measurement, and was built in Essex in 1867. She was insured for $2650 on vessel and
outfits by the Gloucester Mutual Fishing Company.