Sch. Spencer F. Baird,
74.14 tons, built at Essex in 1882, owned by James G. Tarr & Bro., insured by the
Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance Co., for $3334, with $500 additional on outfits,
wrecked on White Island, near Guysboro, N. S., Dec 18, 1893, and all her crew perished.
Her crew list was as follows:
Nelson E. Cantello, master,
28 years old, unmarried, a native of Grand River, P.E.I.
Daniel McDonald, cook, unmarried
Patrick Hayden, married
Edgar Goodwin, 24, a native of Argyle, N. S., left widow and child
Charles Lennox, also a native of Argyle, N. S., left widow and two
Alexander Sampson, 25 years old, unmarried, and a native of St. Mary's
Bay, N. F.
Leslie A. Hipson, a widower, a native of Argyle, N. S.
Delbert Goodwin, also a native of Argyle, N. S., married
Patrick Howlett, 35, married, a native of St. Mary's Bay, N. F.
Alexander Williams, left a widow and one child
Willie E. Martell, a native of Gloucester
Charles Leahy, or Larey
John S. White, single