|1895 - Unknown
schooner founders off St. Marys N. S. Crew in the Rigging.
1899 - A sighting of Gloucester's Sea Serpent .
1900 - An
Awful Gale on Quero Bank, waves as tall as the mast.
1902 - Tangled in the lines, a
fisherman is pulled overboard by a swordfish.
1906 - The Edith L. Allen
struck the Norumbega shortly after midnight. George Painter, a hardy giant of a
fisherman, saved several of the Norumbega's crew by sheer
strength and muscle.
1909 - Swordfish attacked craft.
1910 - Sea
Serpent Taken Off Nova Scotia.
1913 - A busy day for Capt. King and the crew of the Dolliver's
Neck Life Saving station.
A close call for the Mary F. Curtis,
grazed by an ocean liner at night in a thick fog .
Crew rode out a two day gale with a broken feed pipe.
Fear Six Fishermen Drowned, Men Belonged to T Wharf Italian
Small Boat Fleet.
1914 - Death Stared Them in the Face.
1919 - The New St. Joseph piled up on
the breakwater's rocks.
Coast Guard saved two vessels in trouble in 60 mile gale.
1922 - Whale
attacks craft, skipper and crew knocked overboard but climb back to safety.
Sch. Ripple is knocked on beam ends
by unknown steamer.
Newfoundland man killed aboard vessel when his mitten
gets caught in the winch.
1923 - Fisherman walked over ice floes after being trapped in ice for 14 days in May.
Gallant Act Saved the Mildred Robinson
1924 - British Sch. Donald L. Silver bound for Gloucester
foundered off Newfoundland coast.
Dobson Lost Life During Heavy Blizzard.
Schooner Keno, sailing out of Newfoundland,
is lost with all aboard.
Attended Mass in Oil Skins to Keep Promise.
1925 - The Sea
Serpent makes another appearance.
1926 - Men badly burned when dragger caught fire.
Fisherman believed drowned at sea turns up safe and
Swordfish turned on Pursuer.
1927 - The big August storm, the Harvard, the Edith C. Rose, and the Marion McLoon all in
1928 - A close call, both fisherman and dory are pulled under by
1935 - Four fishermen saved from a watery grave.
Nine Fishermen Were Dragged
Crew of Elsie E. row to St. Pierre.
Hammond goes to the aid of disabled trawler, the
1938 - The
Flow, out of Boston, lost a man.
1939 - The sch. Joffre
hauls up relics from a vessel lost in the 1780's.
1945 - The Boston trawler Medford, rammed by Army transport vessel.
Fisherman swept off dragger's deck.
fishermen burned off N. Y.
1949 - N. F. Ship Marshal Frank hits Shoal Near Sydney, N. S.
and Smashed To Bits.
One Swept to Death, Three Others Resuced - Boston boats
1959 - Swims through Sharks to Save His Shipmate.