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1925

 

January

15th - One of the crew of sch. John J. Fallon was drowned on Georges, when the craft fouled the dory.  His dorymate saved himself by grabbing the bowsprit stay.

20th - The Elk - two men lost in a sudden blinding snow storm.

28th - The Oretha F. Spinney lost one man and  The Gov. Marshall lost one man.


February

16th - The Republic was run down by an unknown three-masted schooner and two men were lost.


March

16th - Charles Goodwin, of the sch. Etta M. Burns, died at sea.

April

6th - The Hesperus lost of one of the crew, Howard Carew, on Brown's bank.  Carew's dorymate, Patrick Burke, miraculously escaped.


May

6th - The Elsie lost one man with no trace.

23rd - The Elizabeth W. Nunan, a man was drowned while hauling trawls on Georges.

27th - The Gloucester sea serpent makes another appearance.


June

29th - The Rex - fifteen men perished when liner rammed the Halibut craft.


August

27thArthur B. Fay, engineer of the fishing steamer The Nirvana, passed away at the Addison Gilbert Hospital, following an accident at sea.


November

19th - Felix Boudreau lost from the Bay State.

30th - Alphonse Pitman lost from the sch. Pilgrim.

 

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