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The William S. Baker


Sch. William S. Baker 103.95 tons, lost on the passage from New York for Boothbay, March 31, 1884. Owned by Capt. John Hamilton, valued at $6000, and insured for $4500.
Crew of five men lost, as follows:

James McIsaac, master, leaves a widow
George E. Grotto, widow and children
Dougald Cameron, widow
Antone Benson
Thomas Desert


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