Antoine Dias lost from sch.
Louise B. Marshall .
7th - Four of the crew of the
sch. Elizabeth Howard were lost.
10th - George Nickerson, single,
40, native of Nova Scotia, lost from sch. Ethel B. Penny.
14th - Judson H. Goodwin, single,
54, of Pubnico, N. S., lost from steamer Rowina.
17th - Edward V. Somers, single
48, native of Guysboro, N. S., resident of Carabelle, FL, lost in the Gulf of Mexico.
20th - James Dobbins, married,
45, native of Newfoundland, lost from sch. Elmer E. Gray.
18th - John J. Burton, single,
43, native of Cape North, N. S., lost.
21st - Richard J. Myatt, single,
61, native of Nova Scotia, lost from sch. Restless.
5th - Mark Mitchell, married,
55, native of Eastport, ME, lost from sch. A. Piatt Andrew.
13th - David Anderson, married,
36, native of Clark Harbor, Nova Scotia, lost from sch. Agnes.
26th - George A. Pierce, married,
53, native of Yarmouth, N. S., resident of Whitman, Mass, lost from the Sibyl.
30th - Raymond Bouchie, single,
40, native of Nova Scotia, lost from sch. New Dawn.
1st - Capt. John
Robbins, married, 60, native of Nova Scotia, resident of Prince Rupert, B. C.,
lost from steamer Andrew Kelly.
16th - Sch. Grace N. Pendleton lost at the mouth of the Eit
river near Hamburg, Germany with sixteen men. Forman L. Pothier, married,
from the city of Gloucester was one of those lost..
18th - Edward Noseworthy, married,
40, native of Rocky Harbor, lost from sch. Judique.
28th - Sch. T. M.
Nicholson foundered, and seven men were lost. They were: James
Duggan, of Gloucester; John L. Allen, married, of Gloucester; Albert
Young, single, of Gloucester; William McDonald, of Gloucester; Clarence
Garron, single, 45, of Nova Scotia; Oswald Gale, single, 45, of
Gloucester; and Horace G. Wylde, married, 50, native of Port Medway.