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The Mildred V. Lee


Sch. Mildred V. Lee, 102.31 tons, built at Essex in1891, owned by Gardner & Parsons, valued with outfits at $10,500 on which there was $8500 insurance in the Boston Marine Insurance office, lost on Georges in a February gale, 1895.  She had a crew of sixteen men, as follows:

Capt. William T. Lee, master, a native of Edgecomb, Me., left a widow and three children
Asa Swain, a native of Canso, N. S., unmarried
Thomas Clausen, a native of Sweden, unmarried
John Chisholm, a native of Judique, C. B., unmarried
George Grant, a native of Burgeo, Newfoundland, unmarried
Thomas Williams, a native of Bay Bulls, N. F., brother to Richard, unmarried
Richard Williams, of Bay Bulls, N. F. brother to Thomas, unmarried
Wallace Grindle, native of North Brookeville, Me., unmarried
Patrick Faha, a native of Furmose, Newfoundland, unmarried
Michael Connelly, a native of Toad's Cove, Newfoundland, single
Lawrence King, a native of St. Mary's, Newfoundland, unmarried
Charles Johnson, alias Angus Cameron, a native of Sweden, single
John Simmonson, a native of Sweden, left a widow and two children in this city
Fenwick Williams, a native of Bay Bulls, Newfoundland, unmarried
John Carey, a native of Witless Bay, Newfoundland, unmarried
Christopher Johnson, a native of Finland, unmarried.


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