Sch. William W. Rice, 90.13
tons, built at Essex in 1887, owned by Messrs. Michael Walen & Son, and insured by the
Gloucester Mutual Fishing Insurance Company for $8300, was lost on the passage to Iceland
in March or April, 1890 with a crew of sixteen men, as follows:
John McDonald, master, a
native of Rockbara, P. E. I.
Maurice Newman, mate, a native of Port Mulgrave, N. S. and a veteran of
the War of the Rebellion
James Swanburt, cook, a native of Shelburne, N. S.
Albert McEachern, native of East Point, P. E. I.
Henry Rosmundson, a native of Hergasund, Norway
Charles Edwardson, a native of Norway
Allen Hunson, a native of Christian, Norway
Charles Christenson, of Lysikil, Sweden
Antone Edwardson, a native of Stavangen, Norway
Emeil B. Stein, a native of Christiana, Norway
Andrew (or Harry) Clark, a native of Charlottetown, P. E. I.
Enos Scard, native of Burgeo, N. S.
George Adams, native of Shag Harbor, N. S.
John Hubbard, native of Yarmouth, N. S.
Benjamin Hubbley, native of Bridgewater, N. S.
Frederick Morey, 29, a native of Ferryland, N. F.