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The Gloriana

 

Sch. Gloriana 110.87 tons gross and 76.68 tons net, built in Essex in 1891, and owned by Andrew Leighton, went ashore May 6 1903 at White Point, near Canso, N. S., while on a Western Bank salt codfishing trip.  Valued with outfits at $8500 and insured by the Boston Marine Insurance Company for $7500.
Three of the crew managed to reach the shore in safety, but 15 men, including the captain, were drowned, as follows:

George Stoddard, master, 43, native of Pubnico, N. S., left widow and 3 children
John Moulesong, 25, native of Eelbrook, N. S., left widow and two children
Charles Pierce, 30, native of Lower Argyle, N. S., left widow and one child
Thomas Frazier, 40, native of Harbor Bouchie, N. S., single
George P. Muise, 26, native of Tusket, N. S., single
Marston Goodwin, 25, native of Lower Argyle, N. S., single
Harry Babcock, 33, native of Chester, N. S., single
Eli Malonson, 25, native of Eel Brook, N. S., single
Ansel Goodwin, 23, native of Pubnico Head, N. S., single
Alexander Benson, 23, native of Nova Scotia, single
Armsworth Thomas, 25, native of Newfoundland, single,
Reuben Surrette, 25, native of Eel Brook, N. S., single
Fred. Doucette, 25, native of Tusket Wedge, N. S., single
Arthur Ronahan, 24, native of Nova Scotia, left widow
Damien LeBlanc, native of Tusket Wedge, N. S.

 

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