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1926

 

January

13th - Andy Murphy, one of her crew of The Catherine , was drowned while the schooner was fishing on LeHave banks.

27th - Thirteen days adrift, Frank S. Mitchell (Kitty Cat), of this city and Capt. Charles Smith of Milton, arrived home from Europe yesterday on the liner Regina out of Liverpool.


February

10th - The local fishing schooner The Ralph Brown, carrying a crew of 21 men went ashore shortly before daylight this morning, and the latest reports indicate that she will be a total loss. Three of her crew are known to have perished.


March

2nd - Raymond Berline, 56 years of age and married, was the man lost from sch. The Henry Ford

15th -   Fisherman believed drowned at sea turns up safe and sound.


August

11th - Wounded Swordfish turned on Pursuer.

13th - Badly burned when dragger caught fire, Sam Parisi and son Joseph rescued by the Eliza Riggs .

 

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