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,31-1 IP ISGISTIHS 

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leSJ 3]I!D?0RD, Ivi/VSSaCHUSBTTS 



Caiipiled by 

The Survey of Federal Archives 
Division of Professional and Service Projects 
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The Fational Archives 
Cooperating Sponcer 



VOLTO'lE III 
1866 ~ 1939 



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Boston, 'la sscchu setts 
The National Archives Project 
1940 






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The Survejr of Fedeivil Archives 



Philip M Iianiar, national Director 
John J. O'Brien, State Superirisor 



Division of Irof essional end Service Irojects 



Florence Eer'-: , Assistant AdriiniGtrator 
Harold G. Du:v:.a;,-, 3tste Director 



W0RI3 riiOJ3CT Att£Ii:i3ia.TI0i^ 



HoiA'ard C. Kuuter, Acbi?i(v Coi,i;iis3lonsr 
Denis "J. Delanay, Stat.j Adiainistrctor 



Digitized by the Internet Arciiive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Boston Public Library 



http://www.archive.org/details/shipregistersofn03nati 



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PREFACE 



The Customs District of New Bedford v/as created on July 31, 17o9 as 
Number X of Fift^'^-nine such districts (twenty of which were ±n Massachu- 
setts) provided for by an Act cf the First Congress of the United States 
"...to re£u.lat6 the collection of the Du.ties imposed by the lai.v on the 
tonnage of ships or vessels and on goods, wares and mei-chandises imported 
into the United States." The territorial limits of Customs District X 
were fi>:ed b;; the Act to "... incliide all the waters and shores within the 
towns of Nev\r Bedford, Dartmouth, V/estport, Rochester and V/arehara, together 
with all the islands -.Tithin the county of Bristol." Another clause of the 
same law providec: that "...To the district of New Bedford shall be annexed 
Westport, Rochester, and Wareham as ports of delivery onlyj and a collector 
for the district shall be appointed to reside at Nev; Bedford." 

The file of New Bedford Ship Registers, now in the custody of the 
Deputy Collector of that port is fairly v;ell preserved and appears to be 
intact from ISOI - fev; registers issued prior to that date, apparently, 
remain in existence. Because of its great buJI:, it h-as been found neces- 
sary to publish the me/berial in three volujnes. 

Volume I comprises an alphabetical list of all vessels v.-hich v/cre 
documented before 1G50| while Volumo II brought the compilation from 1851 
to 1665. In this final Volume III, which covers registers issu.ed from I066 
to I93G, certain abstracts conclude with the reference "cf, vol. i"or "cf. 
vols, i c: ii, to indicate that previous documentations for the same ship 
also appeared in the preceed.ing voltiriie or volujnes. 

Antiquated spellings of family, to?m, or vessel's names have beer- 
copied exactly as they were Ta-itton, but any :thor conspicuous misspellings 
or misleading data on the registers v/hich were obviousl]'- mistakes of cus- 
toms clerhs, have been corrected. The fex: corrections of this natiu-c, hov:- 
over, have been made only after thcaough verification of questionable mate- 
rial.' 

This list of Ship Registers of the Customs District of New Bedford 
has been compiled by the staff of the National Archives Project in Massa- 
chusetts, as successor to the nation-v/ide project, The Svxrej of Federal 
Archives, Dr. Philip ?.I. Karaer, National Director. The 'project gratefully 
achnov/ledge" the cotu'tes;.'' and cooperation e::tended oj Customs officials in 
Nev; Bedford and Bostonj and especially assistance on the historical and 
technical aspects given by Profes::or Samuel-'Eliot Morison of Cam.bridge, 
and Mr, Ho¥;ard I, Chapelle of Ipsv:ich, Massachusetts. 



George Greenbaum 
State Supervisor 



The National Archives Project 
403 Federal Building 
Boston, Massachusetts 
September 13, 194-0 



_CONT^TS 

Pr9fFce.. ................. .o.. ....,....... = ... o. .. . iii 

TASLilS 

Tables showinp rigs and ^ears of buildin.?. v 

Tables fliovjing places r-id years of building (13b6-19o9) ri 

Table showing; distj.-ibutioii of hailing ports 

Goograr/iiical-Alpliabetical list. ..,,....„...,„..,....,.. o .. . xii 

Numerical list . . . . , xiii 

Table sjiovjinio: places; and years of build in^' ( IVOl-lQt-'J! ) xiv 

Table shoviin : distribution of sliipbuildin: by Stftes. ........... ::vii 

SuEiaar;,^ '.'itli year span of build ing ports. zviii 

Table shov/in-'- pl'^'Css rnd years of builrJirif:- Vol, I, II, and III.. x:c 

COLiECTOP.S OB' TJISTEIGT 

Chronolo^cical li-t (17C9-1939) » r-azii 

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(Building Datss, 1781-19'59) 



I-L'.ILIMG POUTS 



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FAILIF^-. POIiTS 



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Baltir.iore, lud.. , 
Bangor, Ke. . . . . . 

Barnstable, !'!ase 
Bath , Ee ....... . 

^.elfust, Me...,. 
BeTsrly, Mass. . . 
Boston, Ilass. . . . 

Bourne, I'las:-. . . . 

■Rrajaford, Con'., 
Bridget on, F.J,. 
Bristol, Me. . . . . 

BucVioport , I/Is, , . 
Calais, Ble. . . . , . 

Ca.mden, He. . . . . , 

Cc:^iden, I'.J..... 

Charleston, S.C. 
Chathar.i, Kass... 
Crisfield, I'd, . . 
Drrtiiiouth, Ears. 
Deer Isle, Ee, . , 
Deiiftis, I',>£3. . . . 

Derby, Com.. .... 

Dig'iton, I'Cass. , , 
Eastrort, Ke. . . . 

Edgartovm, liass. 
SllsWorth, Ee. . , 
?aii-liaven, Eass. 
Fall River, Mass 
Falj-.ioutli, Mass. . 
Frseport , lie. , , . 
Gardner, Ee. .... 

Gloucester, JIass 
Hartford, Conn.. 
Haruich, Mass, . . 



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Ma oil ia s , Ee ...... 

liarblehead, Eass. 
Eattapoisett, Eas 
Nantucket , I'.Ia s s . . 
Ne-A-ark, N.J....... 

New Bedford, Eass 
l-fe vr Ha yen , Co :> a , , 
Hev7 London, Conn. 
Nev^r York, N.Y. . . . 

Norf oil: , Va ..... . 

Ilor^jich, Con:i. • , . 
Perth j'^jnboy, 
Philadelphia , 
Pljr;;:outh, }"s.\i 
Poi'tland, Ee, 
Portsmouth, I 
Prcvid.snce, I 
Provincetovm, Mat 
Rockland. , E.e , . . . . 

Sanduich , 1 a c s . . . 
San Francisco, G'- 
Saybrook, Conn... 
3 ipi' i c a n , i'. Ia s s . . . 
Sorter s et , 1 la s s.. . . 

South Denjiis, Eas 
3ta:n.ford, Conn.., 
ThCT-iast on, Ee. . . . 

T i sbur;,- , J)ia s a . . , . 
Tuckerton, N.J. . . 
Vinyard, Haver;, J 
'7t.rehan, liss. . .. 

Nestport , Mass. . . 



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........ 13 


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Sub Total 



713 
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■"OTAL,. 



375 



KS'J B"^DFORD RE^' IS'T^SSS , 1866-19^5 
DlSTRir^UTIQlv OF HA^ILE-ia FORTS 

(Building Dates, 1731-1939) 



HXILETG FORTS 



m. OF VESSELS 



IIAIIIi^G FORTE 



NO. OF V::33SLS 



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Fs ix-hay en , T 'a s s < 
Boston, Ma:. 3. . 
'Testport, Lass 
ilev "York, N.Y. 
ICattapoisett , li 
Dartmouth, Ha; 
Fro vi d eiic e , R.I. 
Sippicau, Mass. 
natii, Me....... 

ITantucket , Hasj 
Irovinoetovrn, Ilass 
Dennis, Mass. ..... 

New Haven, Conn... 
New London, Conn. . 
Fort land, Me. ..... 

SandtJi ch , Vs. s s . . « . 
'Tarehani, i-''as3. .... 

Ban|;;or, Me. ....... 

pTa.rxvicli, Jias.^. .... 

I'achias, !'^e. ...... 

Rar.nstable, Mass.. 
Beverly, Mass, ... . 

Calais, Me.. ...... 

Ells'iTorth, Me. .... 

Philadelphia, Fa,, 
Flynouth, Mass. . . . 

Rockland, Me, . • , . . 
Tisburj*-, lass, .... 

Baltinore, Md, . . . . 

Belfast, Me, ...... 

Bourne , Masc. . . . , , 

P r aj'sf or d , Conn.... 

Lridfeton, N.J.,.. 



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57 


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27 


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24 


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18 


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13 


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13 


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7 


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6 



Bristol, ¥.e. ., 
Bucksport, Me. 
Caiiiden, Me, . . , 
Cap.iden, N;!. . . 
Charleston, S.C. 
ChathPii, I'isss... 
Chrisiield, N'd. 
Deer Isle, M.e. . 
Derby, Conn. . . . 

Dighton, Mass. . 
Bistport , Ka. . . 
Sdgartovm, Mass 
Fall River, Mass, 
FaliTi.outh, Mass, 
Freeport , Me, . . 
Gardner, Me. ... 

Gloucester, Mass. 
Hartford, Coma, 
Kiiirston, M-Ufs. 
J -arblehead , ! \5. ^ s , 
Nevjark, N^J.. 
Norfolk, Va,. 
NoCTjich, Conn,,., 
Forth Aniboy, N.J. 
I: ij.'t:?i\onth, R.I,-. 
\ -■! :Trancisco, Calif... 
3:;.ybrook, Conn. ,,,..... 

SonexTot , j '^iss. ........ 

3o"ath Doniji;.;, lass. .... 

3ti.:i:if ord , Comi, ........ 

ThoHiaston, Lie. ......... 

Tuckerton, N,J, ........ 

Vinyard, Hairs n, j'ass... 



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842 



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842 



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i..BT C.jSDFOiaD liEGIST.SS, 1366-1939 
Diotribution of Shipbuilding by 3t£ tes 

(TMildiii^ dates, 1781-1939) 



Fiinbar of 
placGS building 



f-Tjjnbsr of 
vessels built 



imj I,K>U^rD 



Gonuecticut. .;.«..«-.«,... 

Ivlaine. <, 

MassPcliusetts. 

New Eampshire 

Hliode Island ..,.., 



31 98 

91 297 

59 1093 

5 ,... 20 

9 27 



Totals in l\b\v Ingland States 195 



1540 



OTK 



Delovare. , . . . . 

L'loi'ida. ^ 

GeoiY i^ 

¥P.vylznC. ...... 

New Jersey. . . . 

Fevr Yoj:\z. . . . . . 

iTortli Caroline 

Ohio, 

Pemisylvania. . 
Soatli CaroliuL: 

Vir,';inia 

Y'fashinnton. . . . 



14 

19 

8 

2 

n 

1 
1 
1. 



27 

91 

9 

29 

A 



F0P.EIG1.1 



205 



Eritish Isle. .... 2 
Ne'fJ Erunsv;dclc. ... 1 

Nov;-;.. Scot ia 6 

Total j^'orei:;n 

Unlrno-' ^n. 



1 

6 

9 



54 



TOTAL. 



1739 



BUILD HTG KSCORD OF 
VE333L3 RliGIST'^FJED AT laTJ BEDFORD 
VOLIB/IES I, II and III 
1796 — 1939 



sma:AHY 

(Building Dates, 1781-1959) 



Year Span Nuraber of 
Building Place s of Building Vessels 



Building five or ii ore vessels 

Anesbury 1788-1822 , 8 

Brookhaven, K.y 181S-1875 8 

Haverhill 1805-1828 8 

Providence, H. 1 1818-1875 8 

Bootlibay , He 1376-1905 , 7 

Pljinouth, 1304-1652 7 

Portsmouth, N.H 1816-1835 7 

Somerset 1734-1834 7 

Thomaston, Me 1828-1875 7 

I'Jiscasset, l.Ie 1800-1848 7 

Charlestovm , 1811-1832 - 6 

Durham, N.H 1799-1826 ■ 6 

Pembroke 1782-1851 6 

Phippsburg , Me 1815-lSlb.., 6 

Pitt ston, Me 1795-1848 6 

Stonington, Conn. ..1811-1854 6 

Calais, Me 1796-1875 ►... ..,».. 5 

Ellsworth, Me .1830-1885. 5 

Gilford , Conn 1804-1849 5 

New London, Com:.. 1802-1853. - - 5 

Nobleboro, Me,..,. 2 835-1847.. .,.., 5 

Portland , Me. 1792-1815 ... 5 

Salisbury. IV": .-].n2.4 ., . 5 

STJansea 18,?^u-lG3lj 5 

Yarmouth 1791-1S80 5 



Thirteen places building four each... 52 

Twenty-seven places building three each 81 

'FoTtj-tvjo places building two each. 84 

One Hundred-and-twenty-f ive places building one each 125 

Thirty-four unknoxun building places 34 

Other States. ..,..■.., 9 



TOT.AL (302 Building Places) 1789 



.^itlLDElG TiECORD OF 
:LS KlSGlSTEFiSD AT lUJ! BSDFOriD 
VOLli:SS I, II r.nd III 
1796 -~- 19:39 



Euildinfi Placst 



SUlvH/lA-RY 

Yoar, Span 
of Building 



Bu_ildini'; five or nora vessels 

Rochester, .IVSl- 

Nev; Bedford. . o ... = ...,.,...... . 1786- 

Dartrioutli. .. .o c .. = ..,.... c , ... . 17r,S- 

Fair haven. 1812- 

Fcr; Yor;:, ':%Y. ................ .1793- 

Bat;: , Me ...................... . 1798- 

■Testport ....................... 1V90- 

Essox. ......................... 1781- 

TJareham. ....................... 1797- 

Boston. ....................... .1795- 

Duxbury . ....................... 1793- 

T'lodf ord ........................ 1S05- 

■'^'.i?-bury . ....................... 1807- 

j?hiladclphic , r;i .............. . 1790- 

Scituato... ............ ........ 1804- 

Balt ii-iore , I'd .................. 1808- 

Freetovm. ..................... .1785- 

i-lano ver. ....................... 1789- 

Falmouth, ...................... 1783- 

Newburyport .................... 1789- 

Kenneburl: , lie ................. . 1:-01- 

Kingston, IT ' - 

Mattapoisett. ....,.,......,..,," 

Salsiii .,...,.•..,.,...,.., Ivj C- 

SandTvich. IcOl- 

Barnstable 179 i- 

Berkley. .1803- 

Dighton. 1803- 

Hadlai-ii, Conn, .................. 1S02- 

Troy 1804- 

FaLuouth 1818- 

Ccsiden, I.e. 1805- 

Chathaiti, Con ■' 1804- 

Cloucester. .1859- 

Nevv'castle , Ke . 1798- 

Saybrook, Conn. ................ 1804- 



•1850. 
■1385. 
■1858. 
■1925. 
1319. 
■1905. 
■1856. 
■1925. 
•lSo5 . 
■1900. 
■1875. 
■1352. 
■1875. 
1846. 
1375. 
1352. 
1847 . 
1835. 
1854. 
18G5. 
3.895. 



■1859. 
1841. 
1830 . 
1857. 
1819. 
1847 . 
1925. 
1825. 
1905. 
1848. 
1850, 



Munber of 
Vessels 



220 
lb3 
84 
83 
60 
59 
54 

57 
35 
29 



25 
26 
23 
22 
22 
20 
13 
18 
16 
16 
13 
13 
12 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
10 



BUILDING RECORD OF 

VESSEI5 REGISTERED AT iffiW BEDFORD 

VOLmiES I, II and III 

1781 1939 

(Building Dates, 1781-1959) 



Building 
Places 



Kumber of 
Vessels 



Building 
Places 



Number of 
Vessels 



Building 
Places 



Number of 
Ve s s,e Is 



Addison, Me.». 
Alloytown, W.J 
Alma., M6....i. 
Aniesbury, Ifess 
Apalachicola, Fla 

Athens, N.Y 

Augusta, Me..... 
Bacon, N.C<,.. ... 
Baltimore, Md..,. 

Bang or. Me 

Barnstable, Ifess. 

Bathj, Me 

Bay River, N.C 
Beaufort, N.C. 

Belfast, Me 

Bellingham, Wash 
Bellville, N.J,. 
Berkeley, 1/fess.. 
Biddeford, Meo., 
Blue Hill, Me... 
Boothbay, Jfeo... 
Boston, l&LSSo o,. 
Bowdinghf.i.m, Me.o 
Braintree, I'ilasSc 
Brewer, Meo.o.o.. 
Bridgeport, Conn 
Bridgeton, N. J. . 

Bristol, Me 

Bristol, R. I. ... 
Broadbury, l/hsso 
Brookha-ven, N.Y. 
Brooklyn, N,Y. 
Brunswick, Me, 
Bucksport, Me. 
Calais, Meo.,. 
Cambridge, Mdo 
Camden, Me,,.. 
Camden, N, J. . . 
Cape Elizabeth 
Castine, Me... 
Charleston, S.Co 
C ha r lo s t own, Fn s 
Chatham, Conn,., 
Chatham, liiss... 
Chelsea, IdLss... 
Sub Total 



2 
1 
1 
8 
1 
2 
1 
1 

22 
1 

11 

59 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 

11 
2 
1 
7 

35 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
8 
2 
4 
1 
5 
1 
9 
1 
2 
1 
4 
6 
9 
3 
3 
250 



Md 



Cherryfieldf Me* 
Church Point, N*,! 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
City Island, NiYi 
Cohasset, IMss, 
Columbia, I\fe... 
Columbia Falls, 
Coopers Point, N. 
Cranberry Isles, 
Craven County, N 
Cumberland, Me 
Cutler, Me.... 
Damariscotta, Me 
Dartmouth, IHfc.ss 
D'eer Isle, Me.. 
Dennisville, N. 
De nnys vi 1 1 e , Me 
Derby, Conn.... 

Digby, N.S 

Dighton, Ivjass., 
Dorch. County, 
Dover. NoH. .... 
Dresden, Me,... 
Durham.^ N. H, , . , 
Duxb or •" ugh, Ifa.s 
Duxbury, !.fc.ss,. 
E, Greenwich, R 
Haddam, Conn 
Haven, Conn, 
Lavavo, i\j,S. 
I^ie, Conii. . 
liichias. Me. 
Eastport, Ma,,, 
Eden, Me,,,,,,. 
Edgecomb, Me,,, 

Eliot, Me 

Ellsworth, life,, 
Essex, Conn,.,.. 
Essux, ffciss.... 
Exeter, N,H. .». 
Fairfield, Conn. 
Fairfield, Mo.,, 
Fairhavcn, Mass 
Fall River, Ifesseo 
Ps. Imout h. Mo , o . , . , 



1 Falmouth, Iviass. 18 

1 Franklin, Me............ 2 

1 Frankfort, Me 1 

1 Freeport, Me 2 

3 Freetown, ftkss 22 

1 Friendship, Me 2 

1 Ge orget own. Me « 4.4 ...'.. . 2 

1 Georgetown, Efess. .*.... . 2 

1 Glastonbury^ Conn. .....* 2 

1 Gloucester^ i&xssi 9 

1 Goshen, N.J 2 

2 GovfS Bluff, Fla.. 1 

1 Great Egg Harbor, N.J... 2 

84 Grewnpointj N.Y 1 

1 Greensboro, Md...,, 1 

2 Grot on. Conn. 2 

1 Guilford, Conn 5 

3 Haddam, Conn 11 

1 Hallowell, Ife,, 2 

11 Hampden^ Me ...... , 1 

2 Hanover, I'&iss...., 20 

2 Htirbor Isl. B.I 1 

1 Harrington, Me 1 

6 H:.rtford, Conn. 2 

1 Harwich, i;fcs s 1 

29 Havc:.'hill, Ifcss 8 

1 Hingham, ilfcss 2 

4 Hudson, No Y. 2 

3 Huntington, N.Y. » 1 

1 Hyde County, N.C,..,.... 1 

1 Indian River, N, B,, 1 

2 Ipswich, l&xss ,,,, 2 

3 Jonesport, Ms*,,,,,,,,,* 1 

1 Kennebunk, Me,,.. •• 16 

1 Kennebunkport, Me,,,*,,* 1 

1 Kensington, Pa,.. 3 

5 Killingworth, Conn...,,, 1 
1 Kingston, i"ass,. ,,,,,,., 16 

44 Lower Bank, N.J,. 1 

1 Lubec, Me, .,.,. 2 

1 Lyme, Conn,... ,,*• 3 

1 Lynn, i^sso 1 

83 Machias, Mo.,, ...... ..,,., 3 

4 Ii/hchiasport, Mo, .* 1 

10 Ifodison, Conn * 2 

328 183 



Building Numb 


3r of 


Building Number 


of 


Building Number of 


Places Vessels 




Places Vessels 


Places Vessels 


Mars hf ie Id, Iife.s s . . . 


1 


Phippsburgh, Me..... 


6 


So. Orrington, Me...... 


1 


Iifeshpee , Mass •»••.•« 


1 


Pitts ton. Me*....... 


6 


Southport., Conn. .. . '. .4 
Spencer Island, KeSoo.. • 


1 


I&ttapoisett, lifesso 


13 


Plymouth, Tfess...... 


7 


1 


MattheifiTS County, Va 


3 


Port Jefferson, N.Y. 


3 


Steuben^ Me. o .. ....... » 


2 


Ifey's Landing., N. Ja 


1 


Port Richmond, N.Y.. 


2 


Stockton, Me, ^,, 


1 


Medfordj. lifesso,. 


.0=, 


26 


Portland, Conno..o«. 


1 


Stockton Springs, Me., 


1 


Middle town* Conn 


.eo 


4 


Portland, Meo»...rff. 


5 


Stonington, Conn. .^-e.. 


6 


Milan., Ohio,r,». 


.. ^ 


1 


Portsmouth, NoH. .»,. o 


7 


Stratford, Conn, u « ^ .. o t . 


1 


Milford, Conn,,o 


> c^ 


1 


Portsmouth, RoI..«o. 


1 


Svv'ans ea, I/lass ... ...vo» . 


5 


Miiford, Del..,,. 


. OO 


2 


Prescott^ Meoc....ot 


1 


Swans ey^ I'4isso«.o..o..i 


1 


ffillbridge, Meo* 


too 


3 


Providence, Rd. ..ej 


8 


Swanzey.. Tfa.ss»o. .« . . » o . 


1 


Millville, N,J.* 


> e tj 


1 


Ro ckland.. Me ;, . i . . » ^ , 


4 


Ta lb ot C ountyj i Id. . . . « , 


2 


Jaiton, Dele. = ao 


• c e 


1 


Queens County^ N.Yos 


1 


Taunt on, I.!las s ^.o ...... . 


3 


Milton, Plac,. 


> 0. 


1 


Quincy.,, Jfo.s S(..oo..oe 


3 


Thoma s t on. Me c .... o ... i 


7 


Milton, Massoc,-. o 


» s n 


3 


Raymonds Creok^ NoCu 


1 


T isbury ; I'fe.s s o . . « . ^ o c . • 


2 


%stic„ Connco*D 


. oo 


3 


Raynliaiii^ Mas s o o c . . « o 


1 


T ivo r t onj Ro I., o . . . i. . . . , 


3 


New liedfordo hkis. 


3oc 


163 


Ri chmond. Me o f ^ . . . . o 


3 


Topsham,, Me » , c o . « 


2 


New Brunswick., N 


.J. 


1 


River Head, N<, Yo«.oo 


1 


Trenton, Mcv r oo. ;«.o ^.^ 


1 


Nowburg,, N.Yo.-... 


> o 


1 


Robb ins t on. Me o a . . ? . 


4 


Trescott, Mco -...i ...... . 


1 


Newbury , IVks s r r, „ 


> « a 


26 


Rochester, li!b.sa«.»->B220 


Trescott, Meo r. ........ «• 


1 


Newburyportj, ll-.si 


%>. c 


18 


RockJ.andfl Me o .--»... e o 


4 


Troy, Ltss.o c <,.,.. c. «• 


11 


Nevroastle, ife;,. o 


► oo 


9 


SaCO,, M0n..>.eoa.«.eii> 


2 


Troy, NoY,...>.c..c... 


1 


New Haven, Connt,, 


oo 


3 


Sag Harbor, N.Y.aooc 


1 


Vfoldobcro, Mc. ., .,,.. = c, 


4 


New London, Conn 


» c 


5 


Sto George, Mc....^, 


2 


Wareham, Mass. .. o ^^ , , >, o t 


37 


Newmarket, N^Hoo. 


• c. 


3 


Sto Simiiions, Ga^.roo 


1 


Yfor ren, Mc . , . . . . c a q c o - • 


1 


New Miiford., Vlasi 


3 c o 


1 


Sa lem., Iv'ias s..o..oooo 


13 


Yfcrre n^ R, I. . , . » . o .^ -, » . . 


3 


Newport. R. Jr. i,. ;, 


oc 


4 


Salisbury^ Iviass..o.o 


5 


Ifashington, N.J...^oir, : 


1 


New York, N,Y.c,. 


oo 


60 


Sandvj-ichs Ivhss. o « . oo 


12 


Watcrford, Connie . ^ <- oo. 


4 


Noank, C aruics ^ c « ^ < 


..c 


1 


Saybrnok, ComiBo.ooe 


9 


TiTatorfoi-d., N,Yc,..o.,p. 


1 


Nob leb or J Mo ^ » « . 


».-. 


5 


Scarborough, Me,,.oj 


3 


Weather c field., C onn:, » » . 


2 


No. Kensington., I 


l.J I 


1 


Scituato, Masscoo..:, o 


23 


Vife 1 1 ing t c n, i' 3d. s s ., c -. -. .-. o « 


1 


Northportj Ife-^.. , 


.5 3 


1 


SoarGp crti Mc o » 


3 


TlTolls., ifi. , .- r .V . ..1 c I., 


3 


No. Yarmouth, He, 


c e 


2 


S t. dgi'T i. c k. , I ,j .>...:.. 


1 


Wes tbr ook, C onnc . . » t. - ., • 


1 


Norwich.. Conn^,9. 


oo 


5 


S he lb urnu .. j> , S . , .. a o 


1 


TiTestbrcok, Mo,,..,, o,.. 


1 


Nyack, N.Y.,,.o.. 


»» 


1 


S idney^ i o « , , e . , ^ : ^ 


1 


TJostport. C oniio . . « ., o » « , 


1 


Or land, Me...„.., 


I' . 


1 


Sippican, 'xl.ss,, ,.,■ c^ 


2 


Uestpo rt, 1'b.ss o . » , .j . ^ » , 


54 


Orr ingtonj; Me ,.,.,, 


oe 


2 


SmithfioJdj r'-o,,„r„f, 


1 


Yjcymou-:h, Mas.s ,,.„..■..,., 


1 


Pai/vtucKO t, Rr, T o c . 


. o 


2 


Smyrna Landing ,, Del^ 


1 


liifilmirjgton, N.:.C, ..-,.? co« 


1 


Pasquotank, N.Co. 


t o 


1 


Snovfhillj Mdo ••. » 


1 


YlTiscasset., Moc 


7 


Pembroke, Me^n^^.. 


. o 


1 


Somerset., Mdt;.»...„c 


1 


¥o Iworth, Mo , .. . , 


1 


Pemb r oke , Ijh. s s . ^ • 


f, c 


6 


Somerset. Massc.jc 


7 


Worcester County, ildn«« 


1 


Piermont, N,Y,,co. 


c* 


1 


Somerset County., Md.- 


1 


Yarmouth, Mo ^ c -i ^ ...... ♦ 


1 


Perry, Me..o-.-o.. 


e . 


1 


S Oo Berwick, Me , . « .- o 


1 


Yarmouth, Mass,.,...,., 


5 


Perth Anboy, xI,J, 


» i 


1 


So« Scituate, Hassoo 


2 


York, Mc , ., 


1 


Philadelphia J Pa. 


.-o 


26 










Sub Total 


415 


383 




187 


Total... (Building places 
Unicnown Building places. 


(302).., 






1746 




I* • •■ 




34 


Other States 0^ 


..,. 


• "• - 


... 




9 


TOTAL 










1789 



DISTRICT OF NJET BEDFORD 

Collectors of Customs 

1789 - 1939 

COL. EDJ/uiD 1013 lVe9 - 1801 

laf^lMi -riilSTOK 1801 - 1814 

JOra IMJES . 1814 - 1823 

RU33.ILL FREaiAI? , ISSj - 1829 

LB/iUEL WILLB'IB, .. ......... 1829 - 1C39 

ROBERT 3. SJvTITH. ,,.,... ,..*.».»«. 1839 - 1841 

ijTLLL^ii.I E ALLEf: 1341 - 1843 

^RODNEy FREIICIi. 1843 - 1843 

LIEUT. STirRC-IS 1843 - 1845 

JOSEPH T. An/aiS 1854 - 1849 

•JILLIAl^i T. RUSSELL . 1849 - 1S53 

COL. C. H. E. FSSSjKvEiEIM 1855 - 1861 

U'TREMCE GRi:^>IiLL , . 1861 - 1870 

.TOI-n\A. P. ALLEN 1870 - 1886 

"JESTOK HO'JIAND 18b6 - 1891 

Jl'.r35 TAYLOR. 1891 - 1895 

ZEPirli'.RIf.H U. PmSE 1895 - 1900 

GEORGE F. BZ-RTLETT 1900 - 1905 

RUFAG A. 30ULE. 1905 - 1?15 

EDTI/:uID 1. lAGKELL 1913 - 1920 

ARTirUR E. DUFFY. 1920 - 1934 

n. J. FITZGER'-LD ■ 1934 - 

The District of Eew Bedford vras coiabined vdth and placed under 
the jurisdiction of the 6o3tou District in July 1913 Lind the follor/inr; 
resident Deputy Collectors appointed: - 

*3er"ved only three nonths. Reuioved by President Tyler. 



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A, HOUG-HTON , bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 22, 1876 - permanent* 
Built at Robbinston, J,fe . in 1852. 22E.9 tons; length 116,5 ft., breadth 
25 ft., depth 12,1 ft. Master; Jauies G. Sinclair. Ovmers: John T» 
Richardson 5/8, Joshua B. ¥inslow 1/8, James G-. Sinclair l/8, Nevif Bedford^ 
EdvJin W. Barstow l/8, Bridgewater. One deck, three masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Vessel altered. Previously registered at Boston l/Iay 8, 
1875. 0. Smalley, inspector. Wrecked in 1877. 

A.E. WHYLAM) , schooner, of Providence, R.I. Registered Oct. 28, 1907 - 
temporary. Built at Essex in 1888. 98 tons; length 89.8 ft., breadth 
24.1 ft., depth 9,5 ft. Master: Antonio J* -Perry. Otvners: Henrique 
Jose Mendes, Providence, R.I. One dock, two masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Gloucester I'lar. 8, 1907. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registored Apr. 2 5, 1910 - 
permanent. Jfester: Benjamin D. Cleveland. Owners: Benjamin D. Cleve- 
land 6/15, John V. Spare l/l6j A. Frank Clark l/l6, Irving L. VJordoll 
l/l6, Frank B. Sistare l/l5, John DaLomba l/l5, VJilliam A. Robinson Jr. 
1/16, New Bedford; Charles P. Ifexfield 2/15, H.B. Gifford 1/15, Fairhavcn; 
James T. Smith l/l5, Dartmouth. 

Schooner, of Novj Bedford. Re-registered July 17, 1917 - 
permanent. Lfe.stcr: Isaac Azulay. Ovmers: A. Frank Clark 4/64, Benja- 
min D. Cleveland 17/64, Louis Lopes 8/64, Irving Lj Wordell 4/64, John 
Dalomba 4/64, William A. Robinson & Co. Inc. 4/64, Frank B. Sistare 
4/64, John Vc Spare 4/64, New Bedford; Charles Po Ifexfield 8/54^ Lewis 
E. Gifford l/64. Henry A. Gifford l/64 , Jesse S. Gifford 1/64, Fairhaven; 
James T» Smith 4/54 5 Dartmouth. Previously registered at New York. 
Torpedoed by submarine off Toneriffe, Canary Islands in 1918. 

A.J, ROSS , brig, of New Bedford. Registered Jan. 13, 1877 - permanent o 
Built at Searsport, Me. in 1858. 197.1 tons; length 96.9 ft., breadth 
24,9 ft., depth 10,5 ft. Master: John Gharry. Owners: John S.. 
Richardson l/2, New Bedford; John Gharry 1/2, Fairhaven. One deck, tvjo 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Boston 
Aug. 20, 1875 » 

Brig, of Nevf Bedford. Re-registered July 16, 1877 - permanent. 
17S.1 tons; length 96.9 ft., breadth 24.9 ft., depth 10.9 ft. I;5aster: 
James N. Hj-att. Owners: John T. Richardson 13/15, George P. Richard- 
son I/I6, Emma R. Anthony I/I6, Ja^ics N. Hyatt I/I6, New Bedford. 

Brig, of New Bedford, Re-registered May 14, 1878 - permanent. 
Ifestcr: Jam^s G. Sinclair. Oi^vners; John T. Richardson 14/16, George 
P, Richard son I/I6, Ei-nma R, Anthony I/I6, New Bedford, 

A.M. NIC HOLSON; schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 28, 1909 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1900. 100 tons; length 105 ft., breadth 
24.5 ft., depth 10.4 ft. Master: Horace P. Smith. OT-vners: Horace P. 
Smith 6/8, Jfiraes T. Sr.iLth I/8, Dartmouth; Frank B. Sistare I/8, New 
Bedford. One deck, t^vo masts, elliptic stern, a gammon head. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Gloucester Apr. 1, 1909. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-regist jrod Feb. 10, 1913 - 
permanent. Previously enrolled at New Bedford May 2, 1911. 



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10 Sciiooner, of New Bedford. Re-registai-ed Apr. 2o , 1914 - 
pernanent. Master: Charles 3. Church. Owners: Frank B. Sistare 3/13 
New Bedford; Benjajnin Roberts 8/l8, Fall River; Janes T. Si'iiith 2/l6, 
Dartraouth; Joseph K. Nye l/l&, Jesse S. Gifford l/l6, Fairhsven; 
Charles S. Church l/l6 , Rochester, 

11 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Feb. S, 1917 - 
permanent, tester: John T. G-ohsalves. Ovmers: Frank B. Sistare 
5/16, Briggs & Beclaatin l/l& , A.Frank Clark l/l6, Jibrani Heriaan l/l& , 
John T. G-onsalves 4/16, Antone L. Sylvia l/l6, New Bedford; Joseph 
K. Nye <i/l6, Jesse S. Gifford l/lo, Fairhaven; Jai.ies T. Smith -/16, 
Dartmouth. 

12 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct, 15, 1916 - 
permanent, faster: Charles A. Chace. Ovmers: Benjamin D. Cleve- 
land 9/32, Briggs & Beckman l/l6 , F.L. Young Co. ^'./IS, SmuusI Horvitz 
1/16, William F. Potter l/l6, Henry Burt l/l5, VJalter F. Chace l/32, 
Antone L. Sylvia l/32, John Dalomba 1/16, New Bedford; D.C. Potter 
1/52, Fairhaven; Jolrn Daglish l/l5, Ivlilton 11. Farley l/l6, Taunton; 
Clayton F. Baker l/lo, Brockton. 

13 Schooner, of Ne'u Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 5, 1920 - 
permanent. Llaster: August P. Gomes. Ovmers: BenjaniLn D. Cleve- 
land 7/32, Briggs &, Becloaan 2/32, F.L. Young Co, 4/32, Samuel Horvitz 
2/32, ¥illiam F. Potter 2/32 , Henry Burt 2/32, Walter F. Chace l/32, 
Antone L. Sylvia l/52, John DaLomba 2/32, August P. Gomes 2/32, New- 
Bedford; D.C. Potter l/32, Fairhaven; John Daglish 2/32, Ivlilton H. 
Farley ^/32, Taunton; Clayton F. Baker 2/32, Brockton. 

14 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 28, 1923 - 
permanent. Master: Aut^usto Ben David. Ov-mers; Augusto Ben David 
15/lS, John DaLomba l/l6 , New Bedford. 

15 Schooner, of New Bedford-. Re-registered Nov. 3, 1923 - 
permanent. Owners: Augusto Ben David 10/16, New Bedford; John N. 
Azevedo 6/16, Onset. 

16 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 5, 1924 - 
■ permanent. Master: Julius Gonsalves. Owners: Manuel J. Silva 

28/64, Har'Jich; John N. Azevedo 27/84, Onset; John M. Pina 9/64, 
Providence, R.I, Sold foreign in 1930. 

17 A.R. TUCICEIR , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 11, 1868 - perma- 
nent. Built at Dartmouth in 1851. 129,96 tons; length 92.4 ft., 
breadth 23.2 ft., depth 11 ft. Master: Charles B. Barstow. Owners: 
Joseph Wing and William R. Wing 8/32, John Wing 3/32, Christopher 

A. Church 6/32, Ifeltiah Hathaway 1/32, Amasa VJhitney 3/32, Walter D. 
Swan 1/32, Jolm R, Shurtleff l/32, Josiah Micy Jr, & Co. l/32, Smith & 
Allen 1/32, Cannon & Curtis 2/32, New Bedford; Tucker Smith t;/32, 
DartBTDuth; Benjamin B. Church l/32, Gosnold; Charles B. Barstow 
1/32, Ivlattapoisett; Isaac Howland l/32. New York. One deck, three 
ina.sts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New 
Bedford Dec. 2, 1865. (Cf . Vol. II) 

18 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 14, 1870 - 
permanent. Ovmers: Joseph Wing and William R. Vfing 8/32, Jolm Wing 
3/32, Christopher A. Church 4/32, Amasa Whitney 4/32, Walter D. Swan 
1/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Ifeltiah Hathaway l/52, Josiah Macy Jr, 
& Co. 1/32, Smith & Allan l/32, Cannon & Curtis 2/32, New Bedford; 



Isaac Hovjland l/S-S , Tucker Smith 2/32, Dartraouth; Benjamin B. 
Church l/o2, Gosnold; Charles B. Barstow l/32, Mattapoisett . 

19 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 1, 1871 - 
permanent. Master: Daniel L. Ricketson. Ovmers: IJilliam R. 
Wing, and Joseph Wing 10/32, John V/ing 3/32, Christopher A. Church 
4/32, IVleltiah Hathaway l/32, Araasa 'm'hitney 4/32, John R. Shurtleff 
2/32, Josiah Macy Jr. l/32, Smith & Allen 1/32, Edward Cannon 
1/52, Edward D. Mandell 1/32, VJalter D. Swan l/32, New Bedford; 
Tucker Smith 2/52, Dartmouth; BenjamLn B. Church l/32, G-osnold. 

20 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 25, 1874 - 
permanent. Master: Aiaos C. Bal'cer Jr. Ovmers: ^Jilliaiii R. Wing 
and Joseph VJing 10/32, John Wing 3/32, Estate of Christopher A, 
Church 4/32, Meltiah Hathavjay l/32, i^unasa Whitney 2/32, Amos C. 
Baker Jr. 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/52, S.B. & i\ Macy 1/32, 
Smith & Allen l/32, Edward D. Mandell 2/32, Edward Cannon l/52, 
New Bedford; Estate of Tucker Smith 2/32, Dartmouth; Benjamin B. 
Church 1/32, Gosnold. 

21 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 11, 1876 - 
permanent. 145.35 tons. Ovmers: Williaiii R. Wing and Joseph Wing 
11/32, John Wing 3/32, Alexander H. Seabury 3/32, Amasa Whitney 
2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Edward D. Mandell 2/32, Charles Taber 
2/32, AflX)S C. Baker Jr. 2/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, Smith S, Allen 
1/32, Edward Cannon l/32, New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, 
G-osnold. 

22 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 12, 1880 - 
permanent. Master: Henry M. G-ifford. Owners: 'uVilliajii R. V/ing 
and Joseph "Wing 10/32, John Wing 3/32, Alexander H. Seabury 3/32, 
ilmasa Whitney 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Edward D. Mandell 2/32. 
Charles Taber 4/32, Araos C. Baker Jr. l/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, 
Smith & Allen l/32,, Antone L. Sylvia l/32, New Bedford; Benja^iin 

B. Church 2/52, Gosnold. 

23 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 25, 1883 - 
permanent. 138.09 tons. Master: Charles H. Turner. Owners: 
William R. Wing and Joseph Wing 10/52, John Wing 3/32, Alexander 
H. Seabury 5/32, /.jnasa Whitney 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, 
Edward D. Mandell 2/32, Charles M. Taber 5/32, E.B. & F. Macy 
1/32, Antone L. Sylvia l/32, Albert F. Church l/32, New Bedford; 
Charles C. Church l/32, Gosnold; H.A. Shockl&y l/32, Fall River. 

24 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 21, 1887 - 
permanent. Master: Charles Childs. Ovmers: William R. Vfing 
and Joseph Wing 6/32, John Wing 3/32, Ale:;:ander H. Seabury 3/32, 
Estate of Amasa Whitney 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Edward D. 
IVIandell 2/32, Charles M. Taber 5/52, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, Antone 
L. Sylvia l/32, Albert F. Church l/32. New Bedford; Charles C. 
Church 1/52, Gosnold; H.A. Shockley l/32, Fall River; Charles 
Childs 4/32, North Falmouth. 

25 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registtjaged Apr. 27, 1891 - 
permanent. Master: Elnathan B. Fisher. Ovmers: William R. Wing 
and Joseph Wing 8/32, Charles M. Taber 2/32, John Vifing 3/32, 
Estate of Alexander H. Seabury 5/32, Estate of Albert F. Church 
Jk^32, John R. Shurtleff 2/52, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, Samuel C. 
Hunt 1/32, Ediward D. Mandell 2/52, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, New Bedford; 



Charles C. Church l/32, Gosnold; Edward I, Potter 2/32, Dartmouth; 
ELnathan B. Fisher 2/32, Falraouth. 

26 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Ifey 4, 1895 - 
permanent. Master: iUidrew D. V^est. Owners: William R. Wing and 
Joseph VJing 10/32, Estate of Alexander H, Seabury 5/32, John Wing 
3/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Edward D. I\fendell 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia 
2/32, Charles M. Taber 2/32, Estate of Albert E. Church l/32, E.B. & 
F. Macy l/32, Samuel C. Hunt l/32, New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 
2/52, Dartmouth; Charles C. Church l/32, Gosnold. 

27 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 15, 1901 - 
permanent. Master: Manuel E. Costa. Owners: '.villiam R. Wing 9/32, 
Estate of Alexander H. Seabury 5/32, John Wing 3/32, John R. Shurtleff 
2/32, Edward D. lulajndell 2/52, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, Charles H. Taber 
2/32, Estate of Albert F. Church l/52, E.B. & F. MslCJ 1/52, New 
Bedford; SdvJard F. Potter 4/52, Dartmouth; Charles C. Church l/52, 
G-osnold. 

28 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 2, 1903 - 
permanent. Master: Sylvanus B. Potter, temers: William R. Wing 
8/32, John Wing 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/52, Estate of Edward D. 
Mandell 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, Charles M. Taber 2/32, Estate 
of Albert F. Church l/52, E.B. & F. IJlacj 1/32, Alexander H. Seabury 
5/32, Elizabeth J. Howland 2/32, New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 4/32, 
Dartmouth; Charles C. Church l/32, Gosnold. Broken up in 1908. 

29 A.S. CASv'JELL , schooner, of New York. Registered Sept. 29, 1916 - 
temporary. Built at Essex in 1897. 46 tons; length 80.8 ft., breadih 
22.2 ft., depth 8,4 ft. Master: Albertino Jose de Senna. Owners. 
A.F. Houghton, Jersey City, N.J. One deck, two masts, elliptic svern, 
a gaiiimon head. Previously enrolled at New York Sept. 8, 1916, 

30 A.T. GIFFORD , gas screw schooner, of Stamford, Conn. Registered June 
7, 1913 - temporary. Built at Essex in 1883. 58 tons; length 82.6 
ft., breadth 22.5 ft., depth 8.1 ft. Master: J.A. Wing. Ovmers: 

■ F.N. Monjo, Stamford, Conn. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at Bridgeport, Conn. June 5, 
1907. Vessel and crew lost in 1913. 

31 A. ERNEST MILLS , schooner, of Boston. Registered June 24, 1925 - 
temporary. Built at Stockton Springs, Me. in 1919. 841 tons; length 
190.3 ft., breadth 37.4 ft., depth 19 ft. Master: Walter L. Elliott. 
Ovmers: New England Iferitim^ Co., Boston. Two decks, four masts, 
ellipiic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Norfolk and 
Newport News, Ya. Oct. 8, 1925. 

32 ABBIE BRADFORD , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Ivlay 27, 1872 - 
permanent. Built at Scituate in 1860. 114.75 tons; length 87.4 ft., 
breadth 23.4 ft., depth 9.2 ft. Master: R.P. Gifford. Owners: 
Jonathan Bourne Jr. 14/16, William W. Crapo l/l6 , New Bedford; 
Samuel B. Hamblin l/l6 , Acushnet. One deck, two masts, square stern, 
a figurehead. Previously registered at Nantucket Mar. 30, 1872, 



33 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 22, 1884 - 
per-faanent. 109.01 tons; length 87 ft., breadth 23.4 ft., depth 
9.2 ft. Master: Gilbert B. Borden. Owners: Jonathan Bourne 
10/16, Gilbert B. Borden 4/l5, ViTilliaiTi Vi[. Crapo l/l6, New Bedford; 
Samuel B. Hamblin l/lS, Acushnet, Sold in 1886. 

34 ABBOTT lA viTRENCS, brig, of Fairhaven. Registered June 10, 1867 - 
perinanent. Built at Duxbury in 1849. 159.81 tons; length 91.5 ft., 
breadth 23.7 ft., depth 9.7 ft. Master: David Marston. Owners: 
Jairfis I. Church 31/64, Raymond & Webb 2/64, John C. Pease 4/64, 
Daniel J. Lewis 1/64, Joshua Delano 2/64, Ellery T. Taber 4/64, 
David Ivferston 10/64, William C. Parsons 8/64, Silas A. Taber 2/64, 
Pairhaven. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Boston July 5, 1866. 

35 Brig, of Pairhaven. Re-registered June 28, 1859 - perma- 
nent. Master: Hirmri J. Cleveland. Owners: Jaiaes I. Church 9/64, 
David Marston 10/64, Zllery T. Taber 5/64, John C. Pease 4/64, 
Daniel J. Lewis l/64, Joshua Delano 2/64, Silas A. Taber 2/G4, 
Elbridge G. Caswell l/64, James A. Lewis l/64, Furman R. u'hitwell Jr. 
4/64, Fairhaven; William C. Parsons 8/64, New Bedford; Hiram J. 
Cleveland 12/64, Edgc'irtown; William L. Pease l/64, Tisbury; VJilliam 
Allen 4/64, Dartmouth. 

36 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 19, 1875 - 
permanent. Master: Elisha E. Russell. Ovmers: William Lewis 
1/16, Elisha S. Russell 2/l6, Alexander H. Seabury 2/16, Charles K. 
Gifford 1/32, William Baylies l/l6, Alexander G. Myrick l/32, 
Abraham Chase l/32. Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons l/l6, Benjamin T. 
Cummings l/l6. New Bedford; Felix G. Whitney 2/l6, Henry F.- Barrows 
2/16, Abiel Codding Jr. l/l6, Josiah D. Richards l/l6, Attleboro; 
Joshua Delano 1/32, Fairhaven. Previously enrolled at New Bedford 
June 11, 1872. 

37 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 6, 1877 - 
permanent. OvJners: William Lewis l/l6, Elisha E. Russell 2/l6, 
Alexander H. Seabury 2/l6, Charles H. Gifford l/32, Williarj 
Baylies l/l6, Alexander G. Myrick l/32, Abner Chase l/32, Ivory H. 
Bartlett S: Sons l/l6, Benjamin T. Curomings l/l6, New Bedford; 
George B. Whitney 2/l6, Henry F. Barrows 2/l6, 'Abiel Codding Jr. 
l/l6, Josiah D. Richards l/l6 , Attleboro; Joshua Delano l/32, 
Fairhaven. 

38 Brit,, of New Bedford ► Re-registered May 3, 1878 - periTja- 
nent . Master: Joseph A. Mosher. Owners: Gilbert Allen and 
Gideon Allen 4/16, L. Brightman and F.R. Brightman 2/l6, Edward S. 
Taber l/l6, Rodolphus Beetle l/l6. New Bedford; Joseph A. Mosher 
1/16, WilliaiPxR. Slocu£i l/l6 , Dartmouth; Henry H. Allen 6/l6 , 

San Francisco, Calif. 

39 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 5, 1880 - 
permanent. Owners: Gilbert Allen 3/l6 , L. Brightmfin and F.R. 
Brightman 2/l6, Edward S. Taber l/l6, Jireh Swift l/l&, Rodolphus 
Beetle l/l6, New Bedford; 'Joseph A. Mosher l/l6, William R. 
Slocum l/l6, Dartmouth,' Henry H. Allen 6/16, San Francisco, Calif. 
Vessel condemned and sold foreign in 1881. 



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40 ABRAPMt BA RK5R, bark, of Neu Bedford. Registered June 18, 1866 - 
pernianent ." Built at Fairhaven. in 1845. 380.^7 tons; length 
115. a ft., breadth a^B ft., depth 18.2 ft. Master: Aldan T. 
Potter. Owners: .lilliajii H. wing and Joseph Wing 8/3£, Joseph 
Brownell 2/32, Aoasa 'Jhitney 2/32, Walter D. Swan l/32, lj].B. & 

F. Macy l/32, John R. Shurtleff l/32, William J. Rotch 2/32, 
Samuel Watson l/32, Nevj Bedford; Alden T. Potter 2/32, Dartmouth; 
Richard G. Luce 2/32, Tisbury; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, Gosnold; 
Henry A. Barling and Abner H. Davis 8/32 j New York. Tvro decks, 
three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered 
at Nevj York Jan* 4, 1866; (Cf. tol. I & II) 

41 Bark, of Nevv Bedford. Re-registered May 15, 1871 - 
permanent. Owners: Joseph w"ing and Williaxii R, Wing 8/32, 
William J. Rotch 2/32, J.A. Brovmell l/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, 
John R. Shurtleff l/32, Samuel Watson l/32, E.B. & F. Macy 1/32, 
John Wing l/32, Welter D. SWcUi l/32, F.P. Shaw l/32, William W. 
Crapo 2/32, Alexander H. Seabury 4/32, New Bedford; Alden T. 
Potter 2/32, Dartmouth; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, Gosnold; 
Richard G. Luce ;i/32, Tisbury; T. Frank Brownell l/32, New York. 

42 Barf:, of I^qm Badford. ^o-regisxored Oct. 25, 1875~- 

per:.v;nent. L'hstar: Otis F. Thr.chor. Owners: ".Jilli-^^'i R. Wing and 
Joseph "Wing 8/32, Williom J. Rotch 2/32, i^lexcjid^r E. Soo.bury 
4/32, J.A. Brovjnell l/32, ^'uiasa '.ihitney 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 
1/32, Samuel Watson l/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, John 7/1 ng l/32, 
7ifr,lter D. Swan l/32, F.P» Shaw l/52, William W. Crr?.po 2/32, 
Frank T. Brownell 1/32, NeW Bedford; Richard G. Luco 2/32, Tisbury; 
Alden T. Potter l/32, Otis F. Thachar 1/32, Dartriouth; Benjamin 
B. Church 2/32^ Gosnold. 

43 ACTIVE , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 10, 1871 - 
permanent. Built at Baltimore, Md. in 1339. 291.78 tons; 
length 110.1 ft,, breadth 26.5 ft., depth 16.6 ft. Master: 
Thomas G. Carapbell. Oivners: Loum Snow Jr. and Estate of Loum 
Snow 5/32, Thomas Cook 2/32, Oliver Crocker and George 0. 
Crocker 8/52, Estate of James Arnold 8/32, Thomas H. Matthews 
4/32, Antone L. Sylvia I/I6, Isaac F. Sawtelle l/32. New 
Bedford; Thonns G. Campbell I/I6, Tisbury. Two decks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at 
New Bedford Nov. 6, 1865. Sold to a British subject. (Cf. Vol. 
II) 

44 ACTIVE , schooner, of Portsmouth, N.H. Registered lifer. 4, 1873 - 
temporary. Built at Portsmouth, N.H. in 1862. 264.12 tons; 
length 104 ft., breadth 28 ft,, depth 9 ft. Master: S.B. Coombs. 
Owners: John J. Redding 7/32, Daniel Marcy 7/32, Richard 
Jenness 14/32, Portsmouth, N.H.; Judah T. Marcy 2/32, Boston; 
ViTilliam G. Matthews 1/32, Baron Stover l/32, York, life* One deck, 
two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at 
Portsmouth, N.H. Nov. 27, 1872. 

45 ADA G. SHQRTLAOID , schooner, of New York. Registered Mar. 1, 1899 - 
temporary. Built at Portland, Conn, in 1874, 185 tons; 



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length 117.4 ft,, breadth 50,5 ft,, depth 9.3 ft. Piaster: '•:! .D, 
Ivfclntyre. Owners: VLD. Redman l/64, Brooklyn, N.Y.; IVIiller & 
VJoodman 63/64, Portland, Conn. One deck, three masts, square 
stern, a figurehead. Previously enrolled at NevJ York Jan. 18^ 
1699. 

46 ADA S. B^^BjON , schooner, of Nev Bedford, Registered Jan. 3, / 
1894 - permanent. Built at Boothbay, Me. in 1888. 146.88 tons; 

length 96.4 ft., breadth 26.4 ft., depth 10,6 ft. Master: William 
B. Ellis. Owners: William B. Ellis 3/8, John B. Tobey 3/8, 
New Bedford; Loring B. Haskell 2/8, Gloucester. One deck, tvfo 
masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously registered at 
Gloucester Nov. 18, 1893. 

47 ADDA DOAIIE i schooner, of South Dennis. Registered Mar. 9, 1881 - 
temporary. Built at Kennebunk, Me, in 1871, 169,5 tons; length 
97.1 ft., breadth 28.6 ft., depth 6.9 ft. Master: Thomas A. 
Nickerson. Owners: Thomas A. Nickerson 12/32, Phineas A. 
Nickerson 2/52, Shubael B. Kelley 1/32, Valentine Doane 12/32, 
Harvjich; Joseph Nickerson & Go. 2/32, Boston; Payson Growell 
1/32, Philadelphia, Pa,; Elkanah Nickerson 2/32, Benton Harbor, 
Mich. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at South Dennis Aug. 11, 1880. J 

48 ADDISON , bark, of New York. Registered Apr. 24, 1867 - temporary. 
Built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1816. 426 30/94 tons; length 

108 ft., breadth 30 ft., depth 15 ft. Master: Clothier Pierce 

Jr. Owners: Lorenzo Peirce 15/32, New York; John C. Peirce 

4/32, William Beetle 1/32, New Bedford; Thomas H. Lawrence 2/32, 

Ealmouth; Horatio W. Richniond l/32, Eairhaven; William Brovm 

4/32, Boston; Isaac B. Richraond 7/32, Little Gompton, R.I. 'N 

Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously 

registered at New Bedford Aug. 27, 1860. (Cf. Vol, I l<. II) 

49 Bark, of Nev/ York. Re-registered July 3, 1857 - 
temporary, 348,79 tons; length 105.3 ft., breadth 30.1 ft., 
depth 18.4 ft. Master: Peleg Cornell. Q^mers: Lorenzo Peirce 
3/4, New York; Jacob B. Hadley l/4. New Bedford. 

50 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 19, 1870 - 
permanent. Master: Jetmes G. Sinclair. Owners: Lorenzo Peirce 
3/4, Jacob B. Hadley 1/4, New Bedford. 

51 Bark, of Boston. Re-registered May 8, 1874 - temporary. 
Master: Joseph A. Dias. Oi'/ners: Jolin Medina l/2, Boston; 
Antonio Jfedina l/2, Worcester. 

52 Bark, of BOGton. Re-registered June 12, 1875 - temporary; 
Owners: Antonio Medina, Worcester. Previously registered 

at Boston May 14, 1874, 



ADELIA CHASE , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered July 5, 1879 - 
permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1875. 84.65 tons; length 49.7 
ft., breadth 22.5 ft,, depth 8.5 ft. Master: Thomas Stead. 
Owners: Thomas M. Hart, New Bedford. One deck, tvjo masts, 
elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at South Dennis 
Apr. 17, 1879, 



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54 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-recistered Feb. 14, 1880 - 
perraanent. Master: Erastus Church Jr. Ovmers: Robert Snovj 
l/l6, Loura Snow & Son 4/l6, Estate of Loura Snow 5/15, Antone L. 
Sylvia 6/16, Thomns li. Hart 2/l6, New Bedford. 

55 Schooner, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered June 10, 1890 - 
permanent. 80.42 tons: Ife.ster: Michael A. Ferreira. Owners: ^ 
James E. Stanton 3/6, .-uitone L. Sylvia 2/8, Mary E. Sirdth l/8, / 
Thomas M. Hart 1/8, Samuel H. Cook l/8. New Bedford. 

55 Schooner, of Neiv Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 6, 1893 - 

permanent. Master: BenjaLiin A. Higgins. Ovmers: James E. 
Stanton b/l6 , Antone L. Sylvia 2/l6 , Timothy C. Allen 2/l6, 
Thomas M. Hart 2/l6, "w'illiam Baylies l/l6, Samuel H. Cook 2/l6, 
New Bedford; Benjamin A. Higgins l/l6 , Provincetovm. 

57 Schooner, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 5, 1895 - 
permanent. Iviaster: Char las Brovm. Owners: Charles Brown, 

Ne;i Bedford. 

58 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 22, 1897 - 
permanent. Ovmers: Thomas A. Codd, NeVJ Bedford. 

59 Schooner, Of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec . 15, 1900 - 
permanent. Master: A.J, Senna. Ovmers: Antone L. Sylvia, 

NeVJ Bedford. 

60 Schooner, of NevJ Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 12, 1904 - 
permanent. Owners: A.J. Senna, NeVJ Bedford. Abandoned at ^ 
Brava, Cape Verde Islands. 

61 ADELINE , ship, of NeW Bedford. Registered Sept. 20, 1869 - 
permanent. Built at Newcastel, Me. in 1624. 355.96 tons; 
length 105.7 ft., breadth 26.4 ft., depth 18.2 ft. Ivdaster: 
Alonzo J. Marvin. Ovmers: John F. Tucker l/l6, Charles R. 
Tucker Vl6, Edward D. Mandell 4/16, Thomas IVJandell l/l6, 

Charles L. ¥oou l/lb , Oliver Crocker and George 0. Crocker "^ 

2/l5, Caleb Kempton l/l6 , Amc^sa Jhitney l/l5, New Bedford; 
Alonzo J. Marvin l/l6, Baldwinsville, N.Y. Tv/o decks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New 
Bedford Aug. 29, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

62 Ship, of Nev.' Bedford. Re-registered July 3, 1874 - 
permanent. Ovjners: John F. Tucker l/l6, Charles R. Tucker & 
Co. 8/16, Edward D. Mandell l/l6, Charles L. Wood l/l5, Oliver 
Crocker and George 0. Crocker 2/16, Caleb Kexnpton l/l6, Amasa 
VJhitney l/l6. New Bedford; Alonzo J. Marvin l/l6, Baldvjinsville , 
N.Y. 

63 Ship, of Manchester. Re-registered Aug. 4, 1874 - 
temporary. Ifester: John Carter. Owners: John Carter, 
Manchester. Vessel sold foreign. 

64* ADELIIE GIBBS , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 9, 1866 - 
permanent. Built at Fairhaven in 1841. 327.18 tons; length 
105.1 ft., breadth 27.2 ft., depth 18.5 ft. Ivfester: Elisha J 

Babcock. Owners: Jonathan Bourne Jr., Nev; Bedford. TVjo 
decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Vessel read- 
measured. Previously registered at Nevj Bedford Oct. 1, 1861. 
J.B. Smith, surveyor. Vessel broken up in 1889. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 



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65 ADMIRAL BIAKE , schooner, of Marion. Registered Liay 7, 1867 - 
perriianent. Built ut Derby, Conn, in 1843. 84.08 tons; len^^th 

69.5 ft., breadth ZZ.o ft., depth 8.3 ft. Master: Arthur H. 
Hai.imond. Ovmers: Henry M. Allen 5/l6, John M. Allen l/l6, 
William C. Hathaway 4/l6 , Jaiaes B. Ifendell l/l2, Marion; Abram 
Chase l/l6, New Bedford; Irancis Stoddard 2/l2, Walter D. Swan 
l/l6, Fair haven. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at New Bedford Dec. 2E, 1865. 
( Cf. Tol. II) 

66 Schooner, of lihrion. Re-registered Dec. 1, 1868 - 
pernanent. Ovjners: Henry M. Allen 5/l6, William C. Hathaway 
3/32, James B. Mendell l/l2, Ivkrion; Caleb L. Ellis I/I6, 
Philip S. Learning I/I6 , Abrtun Chase I/I6, New Bedford; Arthur 
H. Har.iraond 3/32, Wareham; Francis Stoddard 2/12, Walter D. Si/Jan 
I/I6, Fairhaven. 

67 Schooner, of Marion. Re-registered I&y 20, 1872 - 
permanent. Liaster: VJilliaxa C. Hathaway-. Ovmers: Andrew J. 
Hadley l/32, William C. Hathaway 5/32, James B. Mendell 1/32, 
A.S. Gurney 3/52, Marion; Caleb L. Ellis 2/52, Philip S. Learning 
2/52, Walter D. Swan 2/32, John H. Gifford 4/32, Jireh Gifford 
2/32, Stephen C.L. Delano 4/32, William N. Church 2/32, Rowland 
Holcomb 2/52, George S. Homer 2/32, New Bedford. Previously 
enrolled at New Bedford May 10, 1871. 

68 Schooner, of iferion. Re-registered Dec. 6, 1876 - 
perma.nent. (Owners: Andrew J. Hadley 3/52, William C. Hathavjay 
5/52, Jaraes B. Mendell l/32 , A.S. Gurney 5/32, tlarion; Caleb L. 
Ellis 2/32, Philip S. Leaming 2/32, Walter D, SvJ-an 2/32, John H. 
Gifford 4/32, Jireh Gifford 2/32, Stephen C.L. Delano 4/32, 
Vcilliai-a N. Church 2/32, Rowland Holcomb 2/32, Nevir Bedford. 

69 Schooner, of ]\iarion. Re-registered Nov. 16, 1878 - 
peri-ianent. Owners: imdrjw J. Hadley 3/32, William C. Hathaway 
5/32, James B. I&ndell l/32, A.S. Gurney 3/32, l/larion; Caleb 

L. Ellis 2/32, Philip S. Leaming 2/32, Walter D. Swan 2/52, 
William N. Church 10/32, Stephen C.L. Delano 4/32, New Bedford. 
7C Schooner, of IVJkrion. Re-registered I/iay 22, 1880 - 

permanent. Ovmers: Andrew J. Hadley 4/32, Willi ajii C. Hathaway 
5/52, James B. Cushing 2/32, James B. Mende.ll l/32, A.S. Gurney 
4/32, Marion; Stephen C.L. Delano 4/52, George Delano 2/52, 
Caleb L. Ellis 2/32, 'Walter D. Swan 2/32, New Bedford; Judah 
Hathaway 2/32, Rochester; jJ'illiai.. Keyes 2/32, Aldan Besse 2/32, 
x'areham. 

71 Schooner, of i,:arion. Re-registered liB-j 3, 1881 - 
permanent. Ovmers: Andrew J. Hadley 6/32, William C. Hathaway 
5/32, James B, Ifendell l/32, A.S. Gurney 4/32, Marion; Stephen 
C.L. Delano 4/32, George Delano 2/52, Caleb L. Ellis 2/32, 

New Bedford; Judah Hathaway 2/32, Rochester; William Keyes 4/32, 
Alden Besse 2/32, iiTareham. 

72 Schooner, of Marion. Re-registered Sept. 28, 1882 - 
permanent, fester: Zenas E. Bourne. Owners: Andrew J. Hadley 
2/52, James B. Mendell 1/32, A.S. Gurney 4/32, Marion; Stephen 
C.L. Delano 4/32, Caleb L. Ellis 2/32, George Delano 2/32, 



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Uilli".:.: N. Church l/32, Now Bodforu; iJillia:,i Kcyos 4/3i^, ..Idon Bosse 
2/32, ycj?oL:i.i; Zon^s E. Bcurno 8/32, Frirliavon; Jud.-.l-. H-th^way 2/52, 
RocliGstor4 

73* ;J:^-^5K.x , b.-.rk, of NqW Bedford. Rcgisterod .xUg, 20, 1857 - pGrn--nGnt. 
Built c.t Mcttr.poisott in 1837. 340 tons; length 122.2 ft., breadth 
28.9 ft., depth 15.9 ft. Lhster: Shubael H. Norton, amers: 
Jonathcji Bourne Jr. 8/l5, "Jillic:: J. Rotch 3/lS, Oliver Frescott 2/13, 
Isa'.c D. Hell 1/16, Now Bedford; Frederick Toiipkins l/lS , B'nilton 3. 
Tonpkins l/lo , Nevjport, R.I. Two docks, throe rnsts, sq.ur:xe stern, 
an eagle licad. Certific:ite of ix.ster c-\rpcnter on file. J.B^ Sivath, 
surveyor. 

74 Br.rk, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 1, 1875 - perac- 
nent. ll-ster: Charles 'J. Fisher. Q-Jners: JonctLan Bo\ffnc Jr. 8/15, 
j'illica J. Rotch 3/15, Oliver Proscott 2/l6 , New Bedford; Chcxlcs ',J. 
Fisher l/l6 , Edg.--'j?tovm; Frederick Tonpkins l/lS , H-r-ilton B. Tor.ipkins 
1/16, Newport, R.I. 

75 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-registcred Sept. 15, 1880 - perri:'.- 
nent. Owners; Jonathan Bourne 8/15, ".iillian J. Rotch 3/l5, Oliver 
Prescott 1/15, NoVJ Bedford; Charles ".v. Fisher 2/l3 , Edgartown; Fred- 
erick To:-;pkins l/lo, He.r.-,ilton B. Torapkins l/l6 , Newport, R.l; 

76 ALASKA. , steamer, of New Bedford. Registered June 22, 1885 - perma- 
nent. Built at Boothbay, Ivfe . in 18C1. 77.74 tons; length 121.2 
ft., breadth 20.3 ft., depth 8.4 ft. I/Iaster: Thomas G. Campbell. 
O-wners: Jonathan Bourne, New Bedford. One deck, one mast, round 
stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New Bedford May 9, 1881. 

77 ALBERT JM-iaSON , schooner, of Rockland, Ivle. Registered June 19, 1875 - 
temporary. Built at Rockland, Me. in 1854. 78,25 tons; length 
57,33 ft., breadth 18.75 ft., depth 8.8 ft. Master: H.E. Candage. 
Owners: H.E. Candage 2/8, Oliver Jaraison 3/8, Leonard Jamison 2/8, 

-. B.W. Candage 1/8, Rockland, Me. One deck, two masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Rockland, Me. June 17, 1869. 

78 ■ ALBERT L. BUTLER , schooner, of Boston. Registered Mar. 5, 1375 - 

temporary. Built at Thomaston, Me. in 1869. 269.92 tons; length 
119.9 ft., breadth 29.8 ft., depth 10.1 ft. Master: 'iilliam R. 
Eaton. Owners: William R. Eaton 2/32, Wakefield; John S. Emery 
5/52, Daniel S. Emery 6/32, William D. Emery l/32, Prudence L. 
Emery 3/32, John M. Crane 1/32, James F. Cook 2/32, Tames Simpson 
2/32, Frederick Simpson 2/32, Boston; William H. Packard l/32, John 
T. Veazie l/32, John H. Veazie l/32, George Veazie l/32, iuincy; 
Albert L. Butler 2/32, Essex; James P. Bartlett l/48, T.E.O. Marvin 
1/48, William Ifervin Jr. 1/48, Portsmouth, N.H. One deck, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Boston 
May 16, 1874. 

79 ALERT , schooner, of Falmouth. Registered June 22, 1868 - temporary. 
Built at Bangor, Me. in 1862. 20,76 tons; len,2:,th 49.9 ft., breadth 
16.2 ft., depth 5.3 ft. Master: A.W. Perkins. Owners: Pacific 
Guano Co, One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
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80 ALSXAMPBR , brig, of Nevj Bedford. Registered July 3, 1885 - permanent. 
Built at Cambridge, Md. in 1886. 128.88 tons; length 87 ft., breadth 
25 ft., depth 10 ft. Master: Benjamin C. Blossom. Owners: 7'Jilliam 
Lewis, New Bedford. One deck, tvjo masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Baltimore, Md. June 7, 1886. 

81 ALaiC. H. CAIN , schooner, of Philadelphia, Pa. Registered at Wareham 

Nov. 1, 1871 - temporary. Built at Gloucester in 1864. 174.913 tons; 
length 100.5 ft., breadth 28.4 ft., depth 8.3 ft. Master: Isaac 
Simpson. Owners: Philip Jitzpatrick l/8, Alexander H. Cain l/6, 

Vfilliam Shriver l/8, James B. Kirby l/l6, Mary S* Vernon l/l6, 
William E. Stevenson l/&, Henry May l/8, John Neal l/l6, R.F. Baird 
1/8, Isaac Simpson l/l6 , Philadelphia, Pa. One deck, two masts, 
square stern, a head. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, Pa, 
Oct. 31, 1870, 

82 ALFRED GIBBS , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 8, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1851. 347.05 tons; length 125.7 ft., 
breadth 27.4 ft., depth 16.4 ft. Master: E.S. Jennings. Ov/ners: 
Dennis Wood 14/32, Uliza Ann Nye 14/32, Clara S. Nye 4/52, John R. 
Thornton 4/32, VJalter S. Thornton 1/32, New Bedford; Abby T.N. Cobb 
4/32, Taunton; JohnW. VJood 1/32, New York. TvJO decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford 
June 26, 1865. (Cf. Vol II ) 

83 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 24, 1870 - perma- 
nent, avners; Dennis V/ood 16/32, Eliza Ann Nye 4/32, John R. 
Thornton 4/32, Leander Brightman 2/32, Walter S, Thornton l/32. New 
Bedford; Abby T.N. Cobb 4/32, Taunton; John W. Vifood l/52. New York. 
Sold foreign in 1879. 

84'** ALICE KNOVfLES . bark, of New Bedford. Registered June 9, 1879 - 

permanent. Built at Weymouth in 1878. 302.78 tons; length 115 ft., 
breadth 27.95 ft., depth 16.7 ft. Master: Thomas Foster. O/mers*. 
John P. Knowles 2d 5/8, Atwood Holmes 2/8, New Bedford; Albert 0. 
Smith 1/8, Boston. Two decks, three masts, elliptic stern, a figure- 
head. N,P. Keen, master carpenter. 0. Smalley, inspector. 

85 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 27, 1883 - 
permanent. 287.64 tons. Owners: John P. Knowles '2d 9/lS, Atwood 
Holmes 4/l6, William H. Caswell 1/32, James D. Driggs l/32, New 
Bedford; Albert 0, Smith 2/l6, Boston. 

86 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 11, 1888 - 
permanent. I,fe.ster: Walter E. Howland. Owners: iJilliam R. Wing 
and Joseph Wing 12/52, Edward D. Mandell 8/32, Robert Lilian 2/32, 
Samuel C. Hart 2/32, Oliver -J. Cobb l/32, S.5. & F. Macy l/32, 
Antone L. Sylvia l/32. New Bedford; Charles C. Church l/32, Gosnold; 
Edward E. Potter 4/33, Dartmouth. 

87 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov, 4, 1908 - perma- 
nent. Master: James A.M. Earle. Owners: William R. ".7ing 61/96, 
William Baylies 6/96, Antone L. Sylvia 3/96, John Vifing 3/96, 



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T.M. Hart & Co. 2/96, Nevj Bedford; Charles C. Church 3/96, Gosnold; 
Ed'ward F. Potter 18/96,, Dartmouth. 

88 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 5, 1910 - permanent. 
Master: Frank E. Taber. Owners: ViTilliam R4 Wing 61/96, Vfilliam 
Baylies 6/96, Antone L. Sylvia 3/96, T.M. Hart & Co, 2/96, New Bedford; 
Edward F. Potter 18/96, Dartmouth. 

89 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 30, 1914 - perma- 
nent. Master: William Hegarty. Ovmers: VJilliam Hegarty 13/64, 
William G. Snell 8/64, John V. Spare l/64, Irving L. ViTordell l/64, 
Frank E. Brown 1/64, Henry W. I/Iason 1/64, Briggs k. Beclaaan 2/64, 

New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 2/64, Dartmouth; Charles D. Luther 1/64, 
Robert B. Marble l/64, Ov;en J. Eagan l/64, Benjamin Bi Marble l/64, 
Somerset; Servis B. Gonard l/64, Everett 7i[hite 1/64, V;.K. Hodgman l/64, 
Chester S. Hart l/64, Stephen G. Beers l/64, Charles w. Davol l/64, 
Robert H. White l/64, Taunton; John G. Crowley 6/64, Arthur Crowley 
1/54, Elmer E. Crowley 1/64, Young & Eamball 8/64, Boston; E.E, Lincoln 
2/64, Dighton; J. Henry Pe ire e 1/64, Joaquim Regendes 1/64, Assonet; 
Samuel W. Baker 1/64, Y/alter N. Beal l/64, Rockland; L.P. Churchill 
1/64, Berkley; George Grimiss l/64, Fall River. Previously enrolled 
at New Bedford Apr. 6, 1914. Foundered at sea Sept. 2, 1917. 

90 ALICIA B. CROSBY , schooner, of Bath, Me. Registered IV^y 2, 1896 - 
temporary. Built at Bath, Me. in 1889. 1016.92 tons; length 204.4 ft., 
breadth 40.3 ft., depth 18.5 ft. Ifester: George W. Bunker. Ovmers: 
George W. Bunker 2/64, Harriet N. Bunker 3/64, Portland, ¥&»; Elwell 

3. Crosby 2/64, Kate M. Hitchcock 2/54, William H. Clifford 2/64, 
Thomas W. Hyde 2/64, Jessie J. Patten 2/64, John Rideout l/54, Deborah 
A. Thurlow 1/64, James "W. Coombs 1/128, H. Mason 1/64, Augustus Palmer 
1/128, James H. Cameron l/64, Herbert H. McCarty l/l28, Rosatia 
Simpson l/54, Reuben T. Hunt l/64, George L. Dillaway 2/64, Sewall J. 
Watson 1/64, Sadie Hitchcock l/l28, Harry A. Hitchcock 1/128, Samuel 
P. Hitchcock 1/128, Samuel R. Percy l/64, Nathaniel T. Palmer 2/64, 
■Bath, Ife.; Joseph M. temont 1/128, West Bath, Me.; Celina Adams 1/64, 
Andrew Adams l/64, George A. Beath and Charles H. Reed 2/64, Boothbay, 
Me.; Ebenezer Haggett 3/64, Eleanor Haggett 1/54, Newcastle, Mj. ; 
A. 3. Alexander 1/128, IVhy E. Reed l/l28, Richmond, Me.; Richard E. 
Goodwin 2/64, Clara P. Goodwin 3/64, Augusta, Me.; Charles E. Cheney 
1/128, West Scarboro, Me.; Lucy W. Patten 2/64, Benjamin W. Munroe 
1/128, ]\ferrill E. Hodgdon l/64, Estate of G.F. Mason l/64, Jacob M. 
Haskell 1/64, Edward Reynolds l/54, Albert C. Manson 2/64, Fannie J. 
Bartlett l/l28, Boston; John P. Reynolds Jr., agent, 1/128, Milton; 
Robert P. Rogers l/l28. Canton; Frances C. Huntington 1/128, Cambridge; 
Charles A. Jones 1/64, New York; William P. Elwell l/64, Philadelphia, 
Pa.; JanES H. Smith 1/128, Alexandria, Va.; Roswell H. Philips l/64, 
George D. Curtis l/54, Hartford, Conn.; Edwin C. Pinney l/64, Stafford, 
Conn.; Frederic N. Sewell 2/64, Kansas City, Mo,; David Gilmore 1/64, 
San Francisco, Calif. Two decks, four masts, elliptic stern, a hillet- 
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91 ALPHA. , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. IS, 1868 - periiianont . 
Built at Rochester in 1834. 337.05 tons; len^^th 103 ft., breadth 

29 ft., depth 18.1 ft. Lfester: John M. Lawton. OvJners : EdvJard V-T. 
Howland l/2, Edward C. Jones 1/2, New Bedford. Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at San Francisco, 
Calif. Dec. 17, 1866. James V. Coz, surveyor. Vessel broken up in 
1874. 

92 ALTO , bark, of Fairhaven. Registered Oct. 25, 1866 - permanent. Built 
at Tiverton, R.I. in 1825. 235 36/95 tons; length 90 'ft., breadth 24 
ft. 5 in., depth 12 ft. lOi^ in. I&ster: Joseph P. Nye. Ov/ners: 
Tucker Dajiion Jr. and Lewis S. Judd 15/52, Horace P. Tripp 2/32, Arthur 
Cox 2/32, Joseph P. Nye 2/32, John Damon l/32, Jaivies I. Church 2/32, 
Louisa E. Nye 1/32, Fairhaven; John M. Shaw l/32, Jolin N. Barrows 
2/32, Catherine Thomas l/S2, New Bedford; Henry M. Allen 2/32, tdarion; 
John P. Praro l/32, Nantucket. Tvno decks, three masts, sq.uare stern, 

a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford Nov. 16, 1864. 
(Cf. Vol I & II) 

93 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 6, 1867 - permanent. 
200.13 tons; length 89.1 ft., breadth 24.8 ft., depth 13.9 ft. Piaster: 
Elias K. Vlhite, Owners: Charles H. Gifford 8/32, Peleg Slocum and 
Fred Slocum 4/32, Jonathan P. Gifford 2/52, William A. Beard _;/32, 
Peck & Adams 2/32, Clark Alien 1/52, John Matthews l/32, New Bedford; 
Benjamin T. Curamings 4/32, Luthan Potter 2/32, Dartmouth; Nathaniel C. 
Gary l/52, Nantucket; James H. Chase 4/32, Valley Falls, R.I.; Slias 
H. White 1/32, Southampton, N.T. 

94 AJVIBROSE SNOV J, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov, 28, 1916 - 
periTia.nent. Built at Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1868. 75 tons; length 82.5 ft., 
breadth 21.5 ft., depth 9.8 ft. Master: Arthiir Silva. Owners: John 
Z. Silva, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a plain 
head. Previously registered at New York July 5, 191d. Abandoned in 
T925. 

95 AIvELIA , schoor^r, of New Bedford. Registered Dec, 26, 1876 - permanent, 
Built at Newburyport in 1852. 95.44 tons; length 80 ft., breadth 24.4 
ft., depth 8.3 ft, blaster: Loring Braley. O-wners: Vfilliam N. 
Church 13/32, Loring Braley 13/32, Gilbert N. Hall 4/32, New Bedford; 
Benjamin B. Church 2/32, Gosnold. One deck, two masts, square stern, 

a billethead. Vessel altered. Previously enrolled at Bangor, l&i. 
Ivky 2, 1876. Wrecked off the coast of Brazil in 1882, 

96 AMERICA, schooner, of New Bedford, Registered Feb. 25, 1919 - perma- 
nent. Built at Gloucester in 1897. 97 tons; length 91,2 ft., breadth 
23 ft., depth 11.2 ft. Master: Jose T, Correia, Ovraers: Jose T. 
Gorreia 4/16, Isaac Azulay 4/l6, Julio M. Fernandes 4/l6, Frank Jose 
Perry 4/l6, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, no 
figurehead. Previously enrolled at Boston JV&r. 9, 1916, 



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9V Schooner, of Nevj Bedford. He-registered Mar. .^4, 1919 - 

permanent. Owners: Jose T. Correia 4/l6 , Isaac Azulay 4/15, 
Frank Jose Per^ 4/l6, Jose M. GonBS 4/l6, New Bedford. Sold 
foreign in 1922 at Cape Verde Islands. 

98 AIvIOS TEGS , barkentine, of Nevj Bedford. Registered Oct. 25, 1921 - 
periaanent. Built at Elsfleth, Gerraany in 1877. 621 tons; length 
157.2 ft., breadth 50.5 ft., depth 17.6 ft. Master: Jose M. Domingues, 
Owners: Jose M. Domingues 8/l6, Onset; Henrs'" S. Pires l/l6, Peter J. 
Haste 1/16, Charles N. Serpa l/l6 , John A. Gomes 2/l6, John J. 

Duarte l/l6, Nevj Bedford; Matilda F. Gonsalves l/l6 , East Wareham; 
Eben A. Baker l/l6, Brockton. One deck, three masts, round stern, 
a sharp head. Previously enrolled at New York Sept. 8, 1921. 

99 Barkentine, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 27, 1922 - 
permanent. Owners: John A. Gomes 9/l6, Jose M. Domingues 2/l6, 
Henry S. Pires l/l6, Peter J. Haste l/l6, Charles N. Serpa l/l6, 
John J. Duarte l/lo , New Bedford; Matilda P. Gonsalves l/l6, Onset. 
Vessel lost at Axim, Africa Mar. 19, 1923. 

100 AJvIOS M. ROHSRT S, brig, of Belfast, Me. Registered Dec. 31, 1869 - 
temporary. .Built at Belfast, Me. in. 1852. 235.78 tons; length 
99,4 ft., breadth 25.1 ft., depth 9.8 ft. Master: Darius Doak. 
Owners: Darius Doak l/8, Belfast, Me.; Reuben Sibley l/8, Lewis 
Bean 3/8, C.H. Wooding l/8, Mary H. Hall l/8, VJilliam 0. Alden 1/8. 
One deck, tv/o masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at Boston Sept. 1, 18o9. 

101 AMY M. SACKER , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 12, 1886 - 
permanent. Built at . Cambridge, L'E. in 1S86. 115. 88 tons; length 
86.8 ft., breadth 22,6 ft., depth 9.6 ft, jVEister: Loring Braley, 
Owners: William N. Church 16/32, Loring Braley 16/32, New Bedford. 
One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously en- 
rolled at Baltimore, Md. Apr. 30, 1885. 

102* AITOHaJ KICKS , bark, of Westport. Registered Sept. 9, 1867 - perma- 
nent. Built at Fair haven in 1867. 303.12 tons; length 111.3 ft., 
breadth 27.1 ft,, depth 15.7 ft. Master: Otis P. Hamblin. 
Owners: Andrew Hicks 8/32, Westport; John Hicks 8/32, Richard 
Curtis 4/32, Dean & Driggs 2/32, New Bedford; Otis E. Hamblin l/32, 
Eoxboro; Joseph Hicks 9/32, New York. Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Certificate of master carpenter on file. 
J.B. Smith, surveyor. 

103 Bark, of Westport, Re-registered July 23, 1872 - permanent. 

Ifester: Timothy HoiJland. 0\'mers : Andrew Hicks 17/32, V/estport; 
John Hicks 8/32, Richard Curtis 4/32, Dean & Driggs 2/32, New 
Bedford; Otis E. Haiablin l/32, Eoxboro. 

1P4^ Bark, of Westport. Re-registered Oct. 17, 1675 - perma- 

nent. Master: Edward S. Hicks. Ovmers: Andrew Hicks 17/32, 
John Hicks 8/52, Richard Curtis 4/32, Joseph G. Dean l/32, James D. 
Driggs 1/32, Otis E. Hamblin l/52, New Bedford. 



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105 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Oct. 24, 1881 - perr.a- 
nent . Owners: John J« Hicks, Adninistrator of Estate of John Hicks 
8/32, Richard Curtis 4/32, Joseph G. Dean l/32, Jai^ies D. Driggs 1/32^ 
Otis F. Hair.blin l/52, New Bedford; -H-ndrew Hicks 17/32, Ada..3ville, R.I. 

106 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 28, 1884 - porr.-ia- 
nent. 287.96 tons* Master: D»Fi Dovolli Ovjncrs: V/illiau Lewis 
7/32, Williaj.-.! Baylies 4/52, Alexander H. Seabury 4/32, Gkjorge S; 
Horer 2/32, Jar.ios D. Driggs l/32, Nathaniel Adaiis 2/32, L. Brightiian 
and T.R. Brightnan 4/32, New Bedford; David B. Adar.is 6/32, Thonas a. 
Caiipbell 2/32, Tisbury* 

107 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 14, 1908 - per.;^- 
nent. Jfestor: Charles A, Chacc. Owners; Willioji R. VJing 18/32, 
New Bedford; Edward E« Potter 4/52, Dartnouth; Jaiues H. Bruce 1/32, 
Jlrs. Annie E» Jennings 2/32, M.J. Ericdiian l/32, BaH. Madison l/32, 
H.B. Madison 1/32, W.G. Loalo 1/32, San Francisco, Calif.; Williau 
Davis 1/32, Alarioda, Calif.; I.H. 'ylordcll 2/32, None, Alaska. Pre- 
viously registered at San Francisco, Calif. Dec. 15, 1903, 

108 Dark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 25, 1911 - perna- 
nent, Ovjnors: nilliai:! R. Vling 23/32, Briggs & Bockiian 1/32, New 
Bedford; Edward F. Potter 4/32, ITillis R. :;ordell 2/52, Dartnouth; 
.'^jrmie E. Jennings 2/32, San Francisco, Calif, 

109 i^NN B. HOLI'E S, sloop, of Boston. Registered May 18, 1872 - tenporary. 
Built at Stonington, Conn, in 1845. 55.48 tons; length 60,3 ft., 
breadth 22o8 ft., depth 6 ft. Master: Caleb Ryder. Civncrs: 

Lucius E. Hatch, Mlford, One deck, square stern, a billethcad. 
Previously enrolled at Jarchari lEcv, 2, 1871. 

110 .\NNAVJAN , bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 23, 1871 - peraancnt. 
Built at Rochester in 1841. 108.02 tons; length 76.5 ft., breadth 
22.2 ft,>, depth 10.6 ft. Master: Jason ".J. Gifford. Ov^ners: Azcl 
Hovjard, New Bedford, One deck, three ir.sts, square stern, a billct- 
hcad. Previously registered at Now Bedford June 13, 1865. (Cf. Vol. 

■I & II) 

111 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-registored June 18, 1873 - pcr:;a- 
nent. Master: George W. Bassett. Oivners: Otis F. Hamblin l/3, 
Gilbert D. Borden l/S, Jolm T. Richoxdson 1/3, Now Bedford, Lost 

at sea in 1874, 

112 i'lNNIE i-JM , bark, of New Bedford. Registered June 24, 1869 - porranont. 
Place and date built not available. Fori'isrly British Brig JANE, 
220,28 tons; length 100 ft,, breadth 24,5 ft,, depth 12.4 ft. liaster: 
John C. Peirce. Ovmers: Jolm"..", Pcirce l/8, John C. Peirce 7/8, 

One deck, three nasts, square stern, fc/.nle figureliead. Previously 
registered at New York June '21, 1869. Conderined and sold at Mauritius, 
Indian Ococn. in 1872. 

115 EmiE L. HENDERSON , schooner, of Boston. Registered May 19, 1905 - 
ter.porary. Built at Car.den, Ifc. in 1860. 555 tons; lon.-jth 140,9 
ft., breadth 52.6 ft., depth 12 ft. Master: ii,W. Mundy. Oivncrs: 
U*"iJ. Mundy 22/6'i* Peter H, Growell 7/64, Jai:ics F, Bliss 4/128, 



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Jaiiies F. Bliss and Israel Decro\j 4/l.i&, Israel Decrow 4/128, Abrahaiii 
T. IFoss 4/128, F.H. Phillips 4/b4, William B. Hubbard 4/64, Boston; 
A.M. Bean 3/128, G.J". Rawley 8/128, Estate of R. Bowers 2/128, 
William Eaton 4/128, WilliaLi B, Lon& 2/128, J. Adajjis and B.C. Adar.is 
8/128, H.L. Bean 18/l28 , C;ii'aden, ivfe . ; John E. Hopkins & Co., John C. 
Hopkins, Belniar, N.J., and Saiauel Hopkins, New York, 2/64; Amos D. 
Carver 5/126, New York. One deck, three masts, elliptic stem, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at Fernandina, Ela. Apr. 21, 1905. 

114^ AI\[SEL GIBBS , ship, of New Bedford. Registered mj 1, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built at Rochester in 1835. 302.7 tons; length 111.5 ft., 
breadth 26,7 ft., depth 17.5 ft, Ivdaster: C.B. Killmer. Ovmers: 
Jonathan Bourne Jr. 10/16, Thomas Nye Jr. 4/l&, William \! . Crapo 
l/l5, New Bedford; Sai.iuel B. Hamblin l/l5, Acushnet. Two decks, 
three nasts, sq.uare stern, no figurehead. Vessel altered. Previous- 
ly registered at Nevj Bedford Apr. 15, 1862. J. 3. Smith, surveyor. 
(Cf. Vol. I & II) 

115 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-re^^istered Oct. 21, 1867 - permci- 
nent . Ivlaster: James B. Huxford. Owners: Jonathtm Bourne Jr. 
14/16, William '(7. Crapo l/l6 , New Bedford; Samuel B. Haiilblin l/l6, 
Acushnet. 

116 ANTARCTIC , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered ¥B.j 17, 1890 - 
permanent. Built at Scituate in 1851. 95.57 tons; length 81.4 ft., 
breadth 21.1 ft., depth 8.9 ft. lister: E.B. Fisher. Ovmers: 
Thomas Luce 8/l6, Rodolphus Beetle 4/l6, New Bedford; 3.3. Fisher 
4/16, Faliaouth. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously re^^istered at Provincetown Oct. 15, 1888. 

117 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 1, 1890 - 
permanent. Ifester: Joseph S. Fisher. Owners: Thomas Luce 5/4, 
Rodolphus Beetle l/4. New Bedford. Abandoned and burnt in 1894. 

118' ARAB , bark, of New Bedford. Registered June 24, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Bath, Me. in 1823. 277.58 tons; length 95 ft., breadth 
25,5 ft., depth 17 ft. Ifester: Frederick P. Cole. Ovmers: 
\7illiam T. Smith 9/32, William, 0. Brownell 8/32, Smith & Allen 
1/52, E.B. & F, Hacy 2/32, Josiah S. Bonney 2/32, i/illiam 0. Brownell 
Jr. 1/32, Elizabeth Crowell l/32, Frederick P. Cole 4/52, James C. 
Smith 1/32, Alexander G. Myrick 2/32, Baylies & Cannon l/32. New 
Bedford. Ti/ro decks, three masts, square stern, a knee head. Previous- 
ly registered at New London, Conn. Apr. 26, 1867. (CF. Vol. I L II) 

119 ARCTURUS , steam screw, of New Bedford. (Formerly listed as CLIO) . 
Registered Dec. 5, 1929 - permanent. Built at Bellingham, "u'ash. 
in 1919. 1474 tons; length 268.3 ft., breadth 46.2 ft., depth 23.2 
ft. Master: Jose M. Domingues. Owners: Cape Verde Islands and 
West Africa Trading Corp., Roy F. Teixeira, treasurer, Fairhaven. 
One deck, two L:asts, round stern, a plain head. Previously enrolled 
at New York Feb. 6, 1925. Vessel scrapped at St. Vincent, C.V.I, 
in 1931. 



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120 ARMADILLO, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered July 18, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built at Franklin, Me. in 1832, 82.15 tons; length 70.3 ft., 
breadth 23.3 ft., depth 7.3 ft. Master: Charles H. Hagar. Ovmers: 
William P. Howland 1/2, Robert B. Greene 1/2, New Bedford. One deck, 
tvjo masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New 
Bedford Feb. 18, 1865. Wrecked in 1869. (Cf. Vol. l) 

121 AR NOLa^ , bark, of Nevj Bedford. Registered June 24, 1867 - perimnent. 
Built at Rochester in 1844. 339.8 tons;- length 104.9 ft., breadth 
28.1 ft., depth 18 ft. Master: James A. Grovjell. Oi'jners: Jaiiies B. 
Wood and Charles L. Wood 9/16, Daniel Wood l/l6, James Arnold 4/16, 
William T. Hawes l/l6, J. Arthur Beauvais l/l6 , New Bedford. Tvjo 
decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered 
at New Bedford Nov. 50, 1863. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

122 Bark, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered Jan. 1, 1872 - perma- 
nent. Master: George F. Bauldry. Owners: James B. V/ood and Charles 
L. Wood 13/16, Daniel Wood l/l6, William T. Hawss l/l6, J. Arthur 
Beauvais l/l6, Nevj Bedford. 

123 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-registered July 5, 1876 - permanent. 
Master: Isaac C. Hovjland. Owners: Loum Snow Jr. 7/32, Estate of Loum 
Snow 5/32, Antone L. Sylvia 4/32, Allan & VJhitney 2/32, Edward 3. Taber 
2/32, William Baylies 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia, Trustee 2/32, Alexander 

H. Seabury 2/32, Sarauel H. Cook 2/32, New Bedford; Samuel B. Hajjiblin 
2/32, Acushnet ; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, Gosnold. 

124 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 2, 1881 - permanent. 
li/Iastgr: Robert Jones, Oi/mers: Loum Snow Jr. 7/52, Estate of Loum 
Snow 5/32, Antone L. Sylvia 4/32, Allan & 'Jhitney 2/32, Edward S. 
Taber 2/32, Williai-a Baylies 2/32, Robert Snow 1/32, Antone L. Sylvia, 
Trustee l/32, Alexander H. Seabury 2/32, Samuel K. Cook 2/32, New 
Bedford; Samuel B. Hamblin 2/32, Acushnet; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, 
Gosnold. Abandoned as unfit for service in 1894, 

125 ARTHUR JAJVES , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 25, 1929 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1905. 99 tons; length 103.4 ft,, breadth 
24.8 ft,, depth 10.6 ft. IV&ster: Eortunato Alves. Owners: Fortunato 
Alves, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a gEimmon 
head. Previously registered at Providence, R.I, Oct. 29, 1928, 

126 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 17, 1930 - 
permanent. Ovmers: Fortunato Alves 3/4, Elizeu B. Neves l/4. New 
Bedford. Vessel and crev: lost at sea. 

127 ARTHUR S. SIMPS ON, schooner, of Philadelphia, Pa. Registered Nov. 20, 
1865 - temporary. Built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1856. 43.86 tons; 
length 66.8 ft., breadth 19.2 ft., depth 5,5 ft. Master: William 
Churn. Owners: William Churn, Philadelphia, Pa. One deck, t^vo 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, 
Pa, Nov. 16, 1865, 



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123 ARTHUR V.S. ^^'JO ODRUFF , schooner, of Naiv Bedford. Registered Ikij '6, 
1910 - permanent. Built at Essex in 1888. 155 tons; length 105.6 
ft., breadth 27.1 ft., depth 10.3 ft. Master: JafiBS A. Tilton. 
Owners: James A. Tilton 19/32, vi[illiam. A. Robinson Jr. c:/'32, John 
V. Spare 2/32, Frederick H. Taber 2/52, George S. Homer 2/3 2, ..^. 
Frank Clark 2/32, Edgar R. Levjis l/32, Nevj Bedford; Ward P. Vincent 
2/32, West Tisbury. One deck, three jmsts, sq.iBre stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at Gloucester Feb. 10, 1901» 

129 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 26, 1917 - 
perms.nent. Ovmers: James A. Tilton 17/52, John V. Spare 2/32, 
Frederick H. Taber 2/32, George S. Homer 2/52, A. Frank Clark 2/32, 
James F. Avery 2/32, "J .A. Robinson L Co. Ino» 'l/32, Novj Ijodford; ■ 
John A. Cook l/52, Provincetown. 

130 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-rsgistered Nov. 8, 1918 - 
perraanent . Itester: Jolm T. Edwards. Ovmers: Jaraes A. Tilton 3/16, 
John V. Spare l/l6, Frederick H. Taber l/l6, Creorge S. Homer l/l6, 

A, Frank Clark l/l5 , Jai.ies F. Avery l/lo, li.A. Robinson & Co. Inc. 
4/16, John T. Edwards l/lo, Briggs & Beckman l/l6, Samuel Fiorvitz 
1/16, New Bedford; John A. Cook 1/16, Frovincetovm. Stranded on 
east coast of Barbados, B.:i.I. Apr. 19, 1920. 

131 ASTORIA, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered May ^1, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Built at Hancock, Ivie . in 1858. 73.4 tons; len^i^th 71.8 ft., 
breadth 21.2 ft., depth 7.3 ft. Master: Edgeo: '.f. Crapo. Ovmers: 
Charles H. '.lood 3/d, Sarah E. Howland 1/6, New Bedford; Edgar Vi . 
Crapo 2/6, Dartmouth. One deck, two masts, S'^uare stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at Boston Apr. 14, 1877. Conderiined and 
sold. 

132 ATAIANTA, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 7, 1917 - perma- 
nent. Built at Essei; in 1894. 74 tons; length 93 ft., breadth 23.5 
ft., depth 10 ft. Master: John L. Souza. Owners: BenjafoinT. 

■ Taber l/2, Abrahaid Herman I/2, New Bedford. One deck, two raasts, 
elliptic stern, a fiai.U:ion head, previously -enrolled at Gloucester 
Oct. 4, 1917. Sold foreign in 19.-^1. 

135 ATF[.:"TE , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Feb. 17, 1921 - perma- 
nent. Built at Esse:i in 1906. 96 tons; length 107.4 ft., breadth 
25 ft., depth 11.0 ft. Master: Lester A. Mosher. Owners: Antone 
F. Sylvia 4/l6, Samuel Horvitz 5/l6, Briggs & Becknum I/I6, Peter 
Brown l/l5 , Henry E. '..'oodward 2/ IS, New Bedford; John F. Mosher I/I6, 
Dartmouth; Frank L. Young Co. l/l5 , Boston; Clayton F. Baker l/lo, 
Brockton. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a gariimon head. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Gloucester Mar, 5, 1919. 

134 Schooner, of New Bedford. Registered May 28, 1925 - perma- 

nent. Ivlaster: Hipolito G. Lar.ias. Owners: Antone F. Sylvia 4/16, 
Briggs & Becl<j-aan I/I6 , Henry E. w'oodward 2/l6 , New Bedford; John F. 
Mosher I/I6 , North Dartr,iouth; Frank L. Young Co. I/I6 , Boston; 
Clayton F. Baker l/lS , Brockton; 3r. .uc;l Horvitz ■^/lli, Now :,.-.dfGr''. 



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L35 ATL;iI\rTIC , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 13, 1868 - perraanent. 
Built at Nev: Bedford in 1851. 291.98 tons; length 116.2 ft., breadth 
26.5 ft., depth 16.7 ft. Master: Benjamin I. 'Jing. Owners: Jilliam 
R. '.'/ing and Joseph. 1/ing 7/52, Jolm Wing 1/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 
4/32, Henry Taber 2/52, William Phillips & Son 2/52, Amasa Whitney 2/32, 
John R. Shurtleff l/'3d, Edward Cannon 1/52, E.B. & F. l&cy l/52, John F. 
Knowles 2d 2/52, New Bedford; Benjaiiiin F. V/ing 4/52, Dartnouth; Benjamin 
B. Church l/52, Gosnold; Abner H. Davis 4/32, New York. Two decks, 
three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New 
Bedford Oct. 2, 18S5 . (Cf. Vol. II) 

156 Bark, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registerud May 11, 1868 - permanent, 

fester: Henry T. Crow. Owners: Joseph V'Jing and William R. Wing 8/52, 
John Wing l/52, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/52, Henry Taber 2/32, Jilliam 
Phillips & Son 2/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Edward 
Cannon l/32, E.B. & E. Macy l/52, New Bedford; Benjamin E. Wing 5/32, 
Dartmouth; Henry T. Crow l/52, Fall River; Benjarain B. Church 1/32, 
Gosnold; Abner H. Davis 4/32, New York. 

137 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 24, 1872 - periaanent. 
Master: James F. Brovjn. Owners: Joseph Wing and William R. Wing 
10/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/32, William Phillips & Son 2/52, 

Henry Taber 2/52, Amasa Whitney 2/52, John R. Shurtleff 2/52, Edward 
Cannon l/52, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, John Wing l/52, Edward D. Mandell 
3/32, New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church l/52, Gtosnold; Benjamin F. VJing 
3/32, Dartmouth. 

138 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sej,:t. 20, 1879 - perma- 
nent, lifester! Benjamin F. Wing. Owners: VJilliam R. Wing and Joseph 
Wing 10/52, William Phillips & Son 2/32, Henry Taber 2/52, Amasa 'iiThitney 
2/52, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Estate of 
Edward Cannon l/52, E.B. & F. Ldacy l/52, John Wing l/52, Charles Taber 
5/52, Charles D. Mandell 2/32, New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church l/52, 
Gosnold; Benjamin F. Wing 5/52, Dartmouth. 

139 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 14, 1360 - perma- 
■nent. Master: 7Jest Mitchell. Owners: Joseph VJing and V/illiam R. 

Wing 10/52, Edward D. Mandell 5/52, Williaiu Phillips & Son 2/32, Henry 
Taber 2/32, Amasa Whitney 2/52, Joh-n R. Shurtleff 2/32, E.B. & F. Macy 
1/32, John ViTing l/52, Sam.uel C. Hart l/32, Charles Taber 5/32, New 
Bedford; Benjamin F. '.Jing 2/52, Dartmouth; Benjaiiiin B. Church l/32, 
Gosnold. iTrecked in San Francisco, Calif. Dec. 17, 1836. 

140 ATLANTI C, bark, of Boston. Registered Jan. 11, 1870 - temporary. 
Place and date built not available. Formerly the British Bark PACIFIC . 
Wrecked within vjaters of United States; repaired and registered in 
accordance with Act of Congress. 307.06 tons; length 124.8 ft., 
breadth 28.5 ft,, depth 12.4 ft. Master: John Hursell. Ovjners: James 
Powers, Boston. One deck, three masts, sq^uare stern, a billethead. 

141 ATTLEBGRO , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 50, 1877 - permanent. 
Built at Bath, Me. in 1877. 178.95 tons; length 95.2 ft., breadth 
25.5 ft., depth 11.1 ft. Master: M.V.B* Hovjland. CVmers: William 
Lewis 5/52, Alesander H. Seabury 2/l6, Allan & Whitney l/l&, William 

Baylies l/l6, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, R.W. Bartlett l/32, New Bedford; 



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Abiel Codding Jr. l/l3, Josiah D. Richards l/lo, Joseph N. ¥eaver l/'i2, 
Henry B. Davenport 1/52, Charles Becker I/I6, North Attleboro; John 
V/. Leighton l/lo, Franklin Smith I/I6, Boston; Artemus S. Tyler l/l5, 
Lowell; Joshua Delano l/32, FairhaiTBn; MiViB. Rowland I/I6, Portland, 
Mei One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, eagle head. Previously 
enrolled at Bath, Me. July 11, 1877. VJrecked in 1883. 

142 AUGUSTIK5 KOBBE, bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 17, 1894 - 

perriHnent. Built at Sear sport, Me. in 1866. 505.67 tons; length 136 
ft;, breadth 30 ft., depth 16.9 ft. Master: Henrique S. Oliveira. 
Owners: Henrique S. Oliveira, New Bedford. Tv\;o decks, three imsts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Boston July 28, 
1894. 

145 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 15, 1897 - perma- 

nent. Sold foreign in 1901. 

144 AUES LIA, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered July 2, 1877 - permanent. 
Built" at Falmouth in 1849. 47.92 tons; length 67 ft., breadth 19 ft., 
depth 8.S ft. Master: Francis A. Flanders. Owners: Cyrus H.Flanders 
1/4, Nevj Bedford; Francis A. Flanders 1/4, Dartmouth; Levi Tilton 

1/4, Chilmark; Williaia L. Kelley l/4, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Boston June 15, 1577, 

145 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 18, 1878 - 
permanent, l/kster; Cyrus H. Flanders. Oimers: Cyrus H. Flanders 
1/2, New Bedford; Almlra Tilton l/2, Chilmark. 

145 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Feb. 10, 1879 - 

permanent. 63.22 tons; length 69.5 ft., breadth 19 ft., depth 8.4 ft. 
Previously enrolled at Boston Oct. 24, 1878. Sold at St. Vincent, 
Cape Verde Islands to Joseph H. Hasty May 15, 1879. 

147 AURORA, bark, of Salem. Registered Jan. 1, 1872 - temporary. Built , 
at Dartmouth in 1S5G. 286.94 tons; length 110.4 ft., breadth 26.9 
ft., depth 16.1 ft. J,iaster: George H. Hardin.^,. Owners: Charles H. 
Miller l/2, Salem; ThoBias F. Pingree l/2, VJenham. T\'\;o decks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New 
Bedford Nov. 13, 1865. Lost on Cape Cod Jan. 5, 1873, (Cf. Vol. II) 

148 AVOLA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 21, 1857 - permanent. 
Built at Waldoboro, Me. in 1841. 229.89 tons; length 104.6 ft., 
breadth 24,16 ft., depth 13.1ft. Masters Zenas S. Bourne, ftmers: 
John P. KnovJles 2d 20/32, Doane ¥. Damon l/32, William H. Caswell 
1/32, Dean & Driggs t;/32, Amasa Whitney l/32, Atwood Holmes 3/32, 
New Bedford; James H. Khowles l/32, Seth Knowles l/32, Eastham; 
Beriah Doane l/52, Jesse C. Doane 1/52, Orleans. Two decks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Boston 
July 5, 1867. 

149 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 14, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Owners: John P. Khowles 2d 12/52, Doane W. Damon l/32, 7/illiam 
H. Caswell l/32, Dean & Driggs 2/52, ionasa tThitney 9/52, Mwood Holmes 
3/32, New Bedford; James H. Knowles l/32, Seth Knowles l/32, Eastham; 
Beriah Doane l/52, Jesse C. Doane l/52 , Orleans, 



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150 Bark, of Nevif Bedford. Re-registered Dec. b, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Owners: John F. Knovi/les <3d 8/33,'Doane W. Daxaon l/3i, William 
H. Caswell l/32, Amasa Whitney 9/32, Dean & Drig^s k;/32, Atvjood 
Holmes 3/32, New Bedford; Zenas E. Bourne 4/32, Fairhaven; Beriah 
Doane l/32, Jesse C. Doane 1/32, Orleans; Seth Knowles l/32, James H. 
Knowles l/32, Eastham. 

151 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 15, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Jolin P. Knovjles 2d 8/32, Atvrood Holmes 4/32, William 

H, Gasvjell l/32, Ajiiasa ViThitney 9/32, Dean & Driggs 2/32, Joseph Kiiov/les 
1/32, New Bedford; Zenas E. Bourne 4/32, Eairhaven; Beriah Doane l/52, 
Jesse C. Doane l/32, Orleans; Seth Knowles l/32, Easthara. 

152 AWABH ONIgj , bark, of New Bedford. Registered June 4, 1870 - permanent. 
Built at Ealmouth. in 1630. 375.33 tons; length 103 ft., breadth 27.8 
ft., depth. 19.4 ft. Ivlaster: Ariel Norton. Ovvners: Joseph. Wing 

and William R. "Jing 7/32, Ward M. Parker 4/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32 j 
Edwards & Soule 2/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Leander A. Plummer 
2/32, Dean & Driggs l/32, John R. Shurtleff l/32, W. Wilcox l/32, 
ThOEias Otis l/32, Charles L. Vifood 3/32, "jifilliam Shockley 2/32, NeW 
Bedford; Peleg 3. Wing 1/32, Dartmouth; Walter D. Swan l/32, Eairhaven; 
Ariel Norton 2/32, Ifettapoisett . Two decks, three masts, square 
stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford Oct. 18, 
1865. (Of. Vol. II) 

153 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 17, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Willi ara R. Wing and Joseph Wing 7/32, 'vTard LI. Parker 
4/32, Peleg S. Wing l/32, Edwards & Soule 2/52, William Gordon Jr. 
2/32, Leander A. Plummer 2/32, Charles L. .food 3/52, Dean & Driggs 
1/32, John R. Shurtleff l/32, E.P. Shaw ,-V32, Thomas Otis l/32, 
Amasa Whitney 2/S2, Sarah D.H. Shockley 1/32, Nevj Bedford; Ariel 
Norton 2/32, Matt apoisett ; Sylvia T. Pratt l/32, Bridgewater. Lost 
in Arctic Ocean in 1872. 

154 BARTEOLOiaiW GOSNO LD, ship, of New Bedford. Registered June 18, 1866 - 
permanent. Built at E£'.laouth in 1832. 355.5 tons; length 106.6 

ft., breadth 28 ft,, depth 18.4 ft. ifester: Charles Nichols. 
O^ivners: Edvjard D. Mandell and Charles R. Tucker 7/24, John F, 
Tucker l/24, John R. Thornton 2/24, Thomas Mandell 4/24, New Bedford; 
Estate of Edvjard M. Robinson 10/24, New York, Two decks, tiiree masts, 
square stern, a man bust head. Vessel altered. Previously registered 
at New Bedford July 15, 1851. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

155 Bark, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 31, 1871 - perma- 
nent. Master: James M. Willis. Ovmers: John E. Tucker l/24, 
Edward D. Mandell 11/24, Charles R. Tucker 7/24, John R. Thornton 
2/24, Amasa "Whitney 2/24, S.B. & F. Macy 1/24, New Bedford. 

156 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 22, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Master: S,D, Robinson. Ovi/ners: John F. Tucker 2/24, 
Charles R. Tucker and Edward D. Mandell 13/24, Edward D. Mandell 
4/24, John R. Thornton 2/24, Amasa Whitney 2/24, E.B. & F. Macy 
1/24, New Bedford. 



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157 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registsred Apr. ^2, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Master: William H. Poole. Ovmers: John F. Tucker 6/52, 
Edward D. Mandell 12/32, Abbie T. Mandell 2/32, aeorge I. Tucker 2/32, 
G-eorge F. Tucker, Trustee l/32, Ainasa 'rflaitney 4/32, John R. Thornton 
2/32, 2.B. & F. Macy l/32, NbIa/ Bedford; Williaxa H. Poole 2/32, 
Dartmouth. Burnt in 1894. 

158 BELLE BARTLZIT T, schooner, of New York. Registered Nov. 18, 1902 - 
temporary. Built at Kennebunk, Me. in 1867. 71 tons; length 76.4 ft., 
breadth 21.6 ft., depth 8 ft. Master: Antone Gamboa. Owners: 
Allerton D. Hitch, New York. One deck, two masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at Portland, Me, Eeb. 15, 1901, 

159 BELVEDERE , steam bark, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 16, 1880 - 
perjiianent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1880, 440,12 tons; length 140,6 
ft., breadth 31.3 ft,, depth 17.2 ft. Master: Gyrus Ivfenter. Owners; 
V/illiam Lewis 5/32, Simeon Doane 2/32, George S. Homer 2/3 2, Samuel 

C. Hart 1/32, Williara Baylies 2/32, Willard Nye Jr. l/32, Ale-cander G. 
Myrick 4/52, New Bedford; Abiel Codding Jr. 2/32 , VJ.D. Wilmarth 2/32, 
Attleboro; James G-axiraons Jr. 1/32, Boston; Benjamin B. Church l/32, 
Gosnold; Abbey Avery l/32, East Braintree; G-oss, Sawyer & Packard 
2/32, Bath, Me.; Cornelius H. Delar/iater 2/32, Ruth 0. Delamater 2/32, 
George H. Robinson 2/32, New York. Tvjo decks, three masts, round 
stern, an eagle head. Previously enrolled at Bath, Me. July 50, 1880. 

160 BENJ. CIMvZNGS , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 24, 1866 - 
permanent. Built at Dartmouth in 1854, 504.9 tons; length 115.5 
ft,, breadth 27.5 ft,, depth 16.4 ft. IV&ster: Charles Halsey. 
Ovmers: William G. Taber l/52, Henry Taber 4/32, Elizabeth Taber 3/32, 
Robert Taber l/32, Henry A. Taber l/32, Joseph Taber 2/52, William 
Gordon Jr. l/32, Abby G. Hunt l/52, Edward C. Jones 2/32, Loum Snow 
2/52, Robert Allen and Alonzo Whitney l/32, Alexander H. Seabury 2/5 2, 
Thomas Cook l/52, Alfred Kempton l/32, J. and W.R. Wing & Co. l/32, 
C.R. Tucker & Co, 2/32, Horatio Hathaway 2/32, Joseph Brownell 2/32, 
New Bedford; Erancis Hathaway 2/32, NeW York. Tvvo decks, three masts, 
sq^uare stern, a figurehead. Vessel altered. Previously registered 

at New Bedford Sept. 10, 1859. (Cf. Vol. II) • 

161 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 16, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Master: Rosvjell Brown. Owners; V/illiam G. Taber l/32, 
Henry Taber 6/52, Elizabeth Taber 3/32, Robert Taber l/52, Joseph 
Taber 2/52, William Gordon Jr. l/52, Edward G. Jones 2/52, Allan & 
Whitney l/32, Alexander H. Seabury 2/32, Alfred Kempton l/32, J. and 
W.R. Wing & Co. 1/52, C.R. Tucker & Co. 2/32, Hox-atio Hathaway 2/32, 
Joseph Brovmell 2/52, Charles Taber 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia l/32. 

New Bedford; Francis Hathaway 2/52, New York. Vessel wrecked. 

162 BENJAMIN ERAI-IELIN . bark, of NeW Bedford. Registered May 7, 1866 - 
permanent. Built at Pembroke in 1838. 122.04, tons; length 84,9 ft,, 
breadth 22.5 ft., depth 9.9 ft. Ivlaster: Samuel T. Braley. Owners: 
Edmund Maxfield 10/32, Edward T. Taber 4/32, Joseph R, Read 4/32, 



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Thomas Nye 8/3C, Zdv.'ard Gannon 2.j'ol.^ Caleb Maxfield l/l32, New Bedford; 
William Shockley 2/ "52, Bridgewater; Samuel T. Braley l/32, Rochester. 
One deck, three masts, so^uare stern, a billethead. Previously regis- 
tered at New Bedford Llay 2, 1863. Wrecked in 1857. (Cf. Vol. II) 

153 BENJAlvH N B. CHURCH, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered May 22, 1884 
permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1875. 487.78 tons; length 152.6 
ft., breadth 35.2 ft., depth 15.1 ft. Master: Caleb R. Kelley. 
Owners: Caleb R. Kelley 8/64, S.C. Hart 9/64, A. 3. Sinmons 2/64, 
Leander A, Plummer 4/64, A.M. Chapman 2/64, C.R. Kelley Jr. l/64, 
John R. Shurtleff 2/64, P.G. Thompson 4/64, J.G. Dean l/64, James D. 
Driggs 1/64, I.W. Benjamin 1/64, Elizabeth A. Best l/64, Christopher 
G. Best 1/64, New Bedford; E. Cushrinn 2/64, Acushnet; Estate of 
Benjamin B, Church 2/64, Gosnold; R.B. Kelley 10/64, H.D. Eldredge 
1/34, Harwich; H.J. Gilbert 4/64, J. Erank Perry l/24, Harriet N. 
Perry l/l2, Boston. Two decks, three masts, elliptic stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at New Bedford July 27, 1880. 

164'i' BERTHA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Jan. 12, 1878 - permanent. 
''Built at New Bedford in 1877. 177.37 tons; length 99.6 ft., breadth 
25.7 ft,, depth 11.5 ft. Master: William J. Robinson. Owners: 
John E. Tucker 4/l6, Edward D. Mandell 5/l6, Alice T. Mandell l/l6 , 
Edward D. Mandell Jr. l/l6, Julia Howard l/l6, Amasa "Whitney S/l6, 
Richard Curtis l/l5, New Bedford; Nathaniel B. Beal l/l6, Phillips, 
Me. One deck, three xaasts, square stern, a billetliead. 0. Smalley, 
inspector. 

165 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Aug, 21, 1882 - perma- 

nent. 168.51 tons; length 99.6 ft,, breadth 25.7 ft., depth 11.6 in. 
Ifesteri W.D. Gifford. Owners: John F. Tucker 4/16, Edward D. 
Mandell 5/l6, 'Alice T. Mandell 2/l6, Amasa '.iihitney 2/l5, Julia Hovuard 
1/16, Richard Curtis l/l6 , New Bedford; Nathaniel B. Beal l/l6 , 
Phillips, Me. 

166. Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct, 5, 1887 - perma- 

nent. Master: Thomas H. Jenkins. Cvmers; Edward D. Mandell 11/16, 
Alice T. Mandell 2/l5, Estate of Amasa V/hitney 2/l6 , Richard Curtis 
1/16 , New Bedford. 

167 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Sept, 29, 1891 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Edvjard D. Mandell, New Bedford'. 

168 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 16, 1898 - perma- 
nent. Master: James E. Avery. Oxvners: James F, Avery l/2 , Henry 
Clay 1/2, New Bedford. 

169 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr, 24, 1905 - perma- 
nent. Master: M.E. Gomes, Owners: JaiiE s F. Avery 1/2, Alice E. 
Clay 1/2, New Bedford, 

170 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 29, 1917 - pertia- 
nent . Master: Luiz d'Oliveira. Ovmers: Luiz d'Oliveira, New 
Bedford, Vessel foundered Apr. 23, 1918. 

171 BERTHA D. NICKSRS ON, schooner, of New Bedford, Registered June 15, 
190b - permanent. Built at Boothbay, Me. in 1883. 89 tons; length 
100 ft., breadth 24.6 ft,, depth 9.4 ft. Master: M.E. Costa. 



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OrnieTS'. JasBS F. Avery 3/S, Charles W. Read 2/8, M.Z. Costa 2^8, 
William F» Read l/8, Nevj Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Boothbay, Ivfe, Apr. 14, 1906, 

172 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 7, 1911 - 
permanent. Master: Antone J. Mandly. Oi/mers: James F. Avery 6/16, 
Charles ¥. Read 4/16, M.S. Costa 4/16, Vfilliam F. Read l/l& , Henry L. 
Tiffany l/l6, Ne^ Bedford. 

173 Schooner, of Nevj Bedford, Re-registered Oct. 23, 1915 - perim- 
nent. Master: John x>.. Oliveira. Ovmers: Fernando Neves, Nevj Bedford, 
Sold foreign in 1921. 

174 BESSIE C . B3ACH, schooner, of New Haven, Conn, Registered Aug. 30, 
1912 - temporary. Built at New Haven, Conn, in 1880. 284 tons; length 
128 ft., breadth 30.4 ft., depth 14 ft. Master: Charles C. McKeague. 
Owners: Charles C. KcKeague 4/54, Atlantic City, N.J.; Benedict Marine 
Co. 49/54, Harry Prescott 4/64, C.B. Adams 2/54, Warren 0. Spaulding 
2/64, New Haven, Conn.; A.G. Bovins l/64, Daniel M. Markham l/64. 

East Hampton, Conn.; Mrs. S.G-. Herbert l/64, Sinclairville, N.Y. One 
deck, three masts, round stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at 
Philadelphia, Pa. Aug. 12, 1912. 

175* BIACK EAGLE , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 20, 1866 - perma- 
nent. " Built at Sag Harbor, N.Y. in 1851. 228.61 tons; length 105.8 
ft., breadth 27 ft., depth 11.7 ft. Master: Edwin 'jJ. White. Corners : 
Sylvanus Thonas 3/l6, Gideon Allen 2/l6, Frederick Homer 2/l5 , Simeon 
Doane l/l6 , Theodore D. Williaras l/l6, George Homer 2/lo , Cornelius 
Davenport l/l6 , Andrew H. Potter 2/l6 , New Bedford; Elisha Tucker 
l/l6 , Mddleborough; Charles E. Allen l/l6, Groton, Conn. One deck, 
three masts, square stern, an eagle head. Vessel readmeasured. 
Previously registered at Nevj Bedford llsy 19, 1860. John B. Smith, 
surveyor. (cf. Vol. II) 

175 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 7, 1868 - perxi:a- 
nent . Master: Benjamin Swain Jr. Owners: Andrew H. Potter 4/32, 

■Gideon Allen 4/32, Thomas S. Hathaway 4/32, Henry F. Thoiias 4/32, 
Alexander H. Seabury 4/32, Simeon Doane 2/32, Cornelius Davenport 
2/32, '.JilliaiTi J. Norton 2/32, Andrew G. Pierce 2/32, New Bedford; 
Frederick Grinnell l/32, Meadville, Pa.; Benjamin Svjain Jr. 3/32, 
Vineland, N.J. 

177 BLOSSO M, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 28, 1925 - perma- 
nent. Built at Church Point, Nova Scotia in 1920. Formerly the 
LTJCY R. 103 tons; length 96,5 ft., breadth 23.3 ft., depth 8.9 ft. 
Ifester: John DaLomba. Ov/ners: John DaLomba l/2, Joseph M. Andrade 
1/2, New Bedford. One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a plain head. 
Previously enrolled at Charleston, S.C. July 9, 1926. Lost at Bijol, 
Cape Verde Island, Feb. 7, 1930. 

178 BLUE EE LLS, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 23, 1868 - 
permanent. Place and date built not available. Sold by U.S. District 
Court of Rhode Island. 53.03 tons; length 71 ft., breadth 18.4 ft,. 



depth 7.^ ft. Ivlaster: Severino D. Peirce. Owners: Harriett A. 
Martin, New Bedford. One -deck, tvjo Eiasts, elliptic stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at Providence, H.I. Dec. 30, 1867. 
7ifrecked in 1870. 

179 BOGOTA, brig, of New Bedford. Registered Ivlay 29, loBO - permanent. 
Built at Pairhaven in 1862. 293.89 tons; length 99.5 ft., breadth 
26.8 ft., depth 15.45 ft. Master: N. d' Azevedo. Owners: Loum 
Snow, New Bedford. Two decks, two masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously registered at Baltimore, Md. Oct. 24, 1879. 

180 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 26, 1881 - perma- 
nent. J/laster: Julio C. Teizeira. Ovmers; Julio C. Teixeira, New- 
Bedford. "Wrecked at Brava, Cape Verde Island in 13d7 . 

181 BO'uTvDING BILL gJ, bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 12, 1876 - 
permanent. • Built at Chelsea in 1854. 239.79 tons; length 119 ft., 
breadth 27.5 ft., depth 12.2 ft. l&ster: Hervey E. Luce. Owners: 
Charles H. Gifford 7/32, Benjamin T. Cuiiimings 7/32, Hervey 2. Luce 
4/32, Rodolphus Beetle 2/32, V/illiam Baylies 2/32, James D. Driggs 
2/32, Nathaniel Adams 5/32, Doane & Co. 4/32, New Bedford; Nehemiah 
P. Baker l/32, Falmouth. One deck, three masts, square stern, a bil- 
lethead. Vessel altered. Previously registered at Boston Mar. 22, 
1875. 0. Smalley, inspector. 

182 Bark, of Edgcirtavjn. Re-registered Aug. 15, 1881 - temporary. 
Master: Jared Jernegan. Owners: Jared Jernegan 8/l6, Charlotte 
Jernegan 3/l6, Cornelius Ripley l/l6 , George VJ. Mudgett l/64, George 

A. Mudgett 1/64, Edbartovjn; Benjamin B. Church l/l6 , Gosnold; Alexander 
G. %rick l/lo, Simeon Doane l/l6 , William H. Bartlett 1/32', New Bedford, 

183 BOLl'DING BILLCVJ , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 27, 1888 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1850. 54.32 tons; length 68 ft., breadth 
19 ft,, depth 7 ft. Master: Jolin A. Silva. Owners: John A. Silva 

■3/4, Maiden; Joseph daCosta 1/4, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, 
sci_uare stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Gloucester June 7, 
18G1. Sold foreign in 1888. 

184* ERE\''JSTER , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr.. 30, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Cohasset in 1843. 170.03 tons; length 96.7 ft., breadth 23.4 
ft., depth 10,5 ft. Master: Isaachar H. Aiken. Owners: Joseph 
Wing and Milliard R. VJing 6/32, John Wing 2/32, Henry Taber 2/32, 
ITilliam G» Taber l/32, William Gordon Jr. l/32, William J. Rotch 2/32, 
Henry T. Wood 2/32, 'iifilliam H, VJrightington 2/52, Amasa ;.'hitnoy 2/32, 
Josiah Macy 2/32, William '<J. Crapo 2/32, Walter D. Swan 1/32, Lloyd 
N. Peirce l/32, John R, Shurtleff 1/32, NeVJ Bedford; Benjamin B. Church 
2/32, Gosnold; Meltiah Hathaway l/32, Dartimuth; Isaachar H. Aiken 
2/32, Falmouth. One deck, three masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Vessel readmeasured. Previously registered at Ne^'/ Bedford Nov. 29, 
1865. J.B. Smith, surveyor. Lost at sea in 1868. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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185 BRUITHILDE , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 50, 1924 - 
permanent. Built at Nyack, N.Y. in 1885. 120 tons; length 102 ft., 
breadth 25.3 ft., depth 10,6 ft. Ivfester: Nicholas P. Cruz. Ovmers: 
Antonio Ramos, Nevj Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a bil- 
lethead. Previously enrolled at Nevj York Oct. 11, 1898. Sold foreign 
Sept. 21, 1906. 

186 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. S, 1925 - 
permanent . Master: Joseph R. Andrade. Owners: Joseph R. Andrade , 
New Bedford. Foundered at Cape Verde Islands Jan. 29, 1929. 

187 B UEKSLAND , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 12, 1930 - perma- 
nent. Built at Mlton, Fla. in 1918. 649 tons; length 176.4 ft., 
breadth 35.9 ft., depth 16.4 ft. Master: G.w. Waldemar. Ovmers: 
Olivia V. IWfedeiros, Nevj Bedford, One deck, four masts, transom stern, 
a plain head. Previously registered at Norfolk and Nev;port News, Va. 
May 27, 1929. 

188 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 19, 1932 - 
permanent. 625 tons; length 176.4 ft., breadth 35.9 ft., depth 16.4 
ft. IiHaster: Antone T. Sdvjard. T^'JO decks, four masts, round stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at New Bedford Sept. 15, 1932. 

189 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec 29, 1933 - 
permanent. Efester: Julio Cezar Almada. Ovmers; Elias Barros Camara, 
New Bedford. Previously registered at Fall River Dec, 1, 1933. 

190 C.A. SANFOR D, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 13, 1897 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1884. 81.4 tons; length 80.6 ft., 
breadth 22.9 ft., depth 8.5 ft. Master: John GonsalvBs. Ovmers: 
John J. Senna, Nev; Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at Dennis Mar. 12, 1885. Sold at 
Cape Verde Islands in October 1897. 

191 C.L. HERRIGK , schooner, of Boston. Registered July 21, 1866 - 
temporary. Built at Penobscot, Me. in 1863. 92.89 tons; length 80 ft,, 
breadth 23.2 ft., depth 6.9 ft. Master: Daniel Brovm. Owners: 

Jarre Abbott, R.A. Robertson, Boston. One deck, two masts, square 
stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Castine, Me. Apr. 11, 1865» 

192 CABOT , schooner, of Boston. Registered July 20j 1882 - temporary. 
Built at Ifcw York in 1845, 152.69 tons; length 90.6 ft., breadth 
23.5 ft., depth 10 ft. Master: William G„ Bunker. Ovmers: William 
G. Bunker, Boston. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at New York July 7, 1882. 

193 CALEB EATON , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 24, 1878 - 
pernHnent. Built at Boston in 1866. 110.18 tons; length 87.2 ft., 
breadth 23.6 ft,, depth 8.6 ft. Master: James N. Hyatt. Owners: 
Charles C. pierce 4/l6 , James N. Hyatt 4/l6, Thorns C. Gifford 4/l6, 
New Bedford; William Seavey l/l6 , James Brown l/l6, Jonas Hallstrom 
1/16, James Emery Jr. l/l6, Boston. One deck, two masts, square 
stem, a billethead, Previously enrolled at Boston May 22, 1878. 
Lost in Arctic Ocean in 1886. 



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QALIFORNIA , ship, of New Bedford, Registered July 31, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at New Bedford in 1842* 366.58 tons; length 114.4 ft., breadth 
28.1 ft., depth 18 ft. Master: Daniel D. ViTood, Owners: Edward D. 
IVfendell and Charles R. Tucker 12/32, Thomas Mandoll 4/32, Charles L. 
Wood 2/32, John F. Tucker l/32, Henry R. Tucker l/32. New Bedford; 
Furman R. Whitwell 2/32, Fairhaven; Estate of Edward M. Robinson 10/32, 
New York. Two decks, three raasts, square stern, a billethead. Vessel 
altered. Previously registered at New Bedford June 6, 1852. (Cf. Vol. 
I & II) 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug, 7, 1872 - permanent. 
Master: Josiah E. Chase. Owners: Edward D. Mandell 4/32, Charles R. 
Tucker & Co. 13/32, Charles L. Wood 2/32, Jonathan Bourne Jr. 8/32, 
Amasa Whitney 2/32, John F. Tucker 1/32, New Bedford; Josiah E. Chase 
2/32, East Limington, Me. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 6, 1876 - permanent. 
Master: George F. Brightman. Owners: John F. Tucker 2/32, Charles R» 
Tucker & Co. 12/32, Edvjard D. Mandell 4/32, Jonathan Bourne 8/32, 
Charles L. Wood 2/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, New Bedford; George F. Bright- 
man 1/32, Dartmouth; Josiah E. Chase l/32, East Limington, Me. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registercd May 16, 1881 - permanent. 
Owners: John F. Tucker 6/32, Edward D. Mandell 10/32, Edward T. Tucker 
1/32, George F. Tucker l/32, Jonathan Bourne 8/32, Amasa ViThitney 2/32, 
Charles L. V;food 2/32, New Bedford; George F. Brightman 2/32, Dartmouth. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Ra-registered July 16, 1886 - permanent. 
348.25 tons. Owners: Edward D. Mandell 19/32, Jonathan Bourne 8/32, 
Henry S. Whitney 2/32, New Bedford; George F. Brightman 3/32, Acushnet, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registcrcd May 11, 1891 - permanent. 
Master: Giles P. Slocum. Owners: William Lewis 5/32, William B^iylics 
1/16, Nathaniel Adaros I/I6, Giles P. Slocum I/I6, George S. Hornor I/I6, 
Charles M. Tabcr I/I6, New Bedford; Ellsivorth L. West 1/15, Chilmark; 
Abiel Codding Jr. I/I6, Attloboro; Edward F. Potter I/I6, Dartmouth; 
James Laflin I/I6, Sarnuul Foster I/I6, jijidrow Anderson 2/16, San Francisco, 
Calif,} Joel G. Willard I/I6 , New York; Henry E. Allison l/32. Auburn, 
N.Y. George S-» jjithony, siirveyor. 

CALLAO, bark, of New Bedford. Rogisterod Oct. 12, 1870 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1842, 299.07 tons; length 99.7 ft., breadth 
27,4 ft,, depth 17.3 ft. Ma,3tcr: Roswoll Brown.- amors; William 
G. Tabcr 1/32, Henry Taber 8/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Estate of 
Henry A, Taber l/52, Joseph Brownell 6/32, Williana J. Rotch 2/32, 
Thomas Cook 2/32, Estate of John Hunt 2/32, Pardon Tillinghast 2/32, 
New Bedford; Edward Howland 4/32, Dartmouth; Benjamin S, Rotch 2/32, 
Boston. Tvjo docks, three masts, square stern, a billethead.. Previously 
registered at New Bedford Nov. 14, 1865, (Cf, Vol. I & II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-registored July 14, 1871 - permanent. 
Master: Ferdinand Lee. Owners: William G. Tabor 2/32, Henry Taber 
8/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Joseph Brownell 6/32, William J. Rotch 
2/32, Thomas Cook 2/32, Estate of John Hunt 2/32, Estate of Pardon 
Tillinghast 2/32, NoW Bodford; Edward Howland 2/32, Dartnmuth; Caleb 0, 
Hamblin 2/32, West Falmouth; Benjcunin S, Rotch 2/52, Boston* 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 29, 1875 - permanent. 
Ifester: Henry T. Craw. Owners: viTilliam G. Taber 2/32, Henry Taber 
9/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Joseph. Brownell S/52, William J. Rotch 
2/52, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, Estate of John Hunt 2/32, W^A. Tillinghast 
1/52, Theodore Tillinghast 1/32, Allan & Whitney 2/32, New Bedford; 
Edward Hovjland 2/32, Dartmouth; Benjamin S. Rotch 2/32, Boston, Condemned 
and sold abroad in 1878. 

CAMSO , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 19, 1904 - permanent. 
Built at Bath, Me. in 1878. 200 tons; length 111»5 ft., breadth 27,1 
ft., depth 10.5 ft. Master: Jose P. daCosta. Owners: ^intonio F. 
Centeio l/5, Manuel Baptiste 2/5, Eduardo Lopes 2/5, NeVJ Bedford. One 
deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at 
New York Aug. 22, 1904. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 21, 1908 - 
permanent. lilaster: Manuel F. Gomes. Owners: Joseph T. Edwards 4/l6, 
John P. Praro 4/l5, Manuel F. Gomes 4/l6", Antone L. Sylvia 2/l6 , John 
Duff 1/16, Frederick S. Fuller l/l6, New Bedford. 

Schooner, of New Bedford ^ Re-registered Oct. 23, 1915 - 
permanent. Master: Jose M. Domingues. Owners: Jose M. Domingues, 
Ware ham.. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 10, 1917 - 
permanent. Owners: Jose M. Domingues 50/64, Benjamin J. Taber 10/64, 
John Duarte 4/54, New Bedford. 

CACvIELLA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 15, 1667 - permanent. 
Built at Fairhaven in 1357. 328.38 tons; length 117 ft., breadth 29 ft., 
depth 17.1 ft. Master: Benjamin F» Jones. Owners: Jireh Svi/ift Jr. 
and Frederick S. Allen 8/l6, William J. Rotch 1/8, Peck & Adams l/l6, 
Joseph Clark l/l6, Abraham Delano l/l6, Rodolphus Beetle 1/16, New 
Bedford; Benjamin F. Jones l/8, Falmouth. Ti/vo decks, three masts, 
so^uare stern, a billethead. Previously registered at San Francisco, 
calif. Dec. 16, 1855. (Cf, Yol, II) 

Bark, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered Dec. ^- , 1871 - permanent. 
'Master: E.C^ Pulver. Ov;ners: Jireh Swift Jr. and Frederick S. Allen 
17/32, William J. Rotch 2/l6, Jonathan Bourne Jr. 2/l6, Joseph Clark 
l/l5, Rodolphus Beetle l/l6, Abraham Delano l/l6, Nathaniel Adams l/32, 
New Bedford. 

CANTOIT, ship, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 1, 1866 - permanent. 
Built 'at Baltimore, Md. in 1835. 238,82 tons; length 103.1 ft., breadth 
24.8 ft., depth 15.4 ft. Master: Joshua G. Lapham. Owners: Edward 
Mandell and Charles R. Tucker 14/32, George Barney 4/32, Abby F. Lucas 
2/32, Charles R. Tucker Jr. l/32, Alexander Brown l/32, Edward 0. 
Jones 3/32, John F. Tucker 1/32, New Bedford; William Gummings 6/32, 
Dartmouth. Vessel altered. Two decks, tlnree masts, square stem, 
a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford Oct. 27, 1862. 
(Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 9, 1870 - permanent. 
Owners: John F. Tucker 1/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 15/32, George 
Barney 4/32, Abby F. Lucas 2/32, Charles R. Tucksr Jr. 1/32, Edward C. 
Jones 3/32, New Bedfprd; William Gummings 6/32, Dartmiouth, 



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211 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 17, 1870 - peruanent. 
Oi-vners: Charles R. Tucker and Edward D. Ivfemdell 15/53, George Barney 
4/32, Abby F. Lucas 2/52, Charles R. Tucker Jr. l/52, Ed'ward C. Jones 
3/32, John F. Tucker 1/32, New Bedford; »'7illiam CumminGS 5/32, Dartraouth. 

212 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 7, 1874 - pernanent . 
Master: Peleg L. Sherman. Owners: John F. Tucker 4/32, Charles R. 
Tucker & Co. 18/32, George Barney 4/32, Edward C. Jones 3/32, Abby F. 
Lucas 2/32, Charles R. Tucker Jr. 1/32, New Bedford, 

213 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 11, 1878 - periua- 
nent. Piaster: James K. Sherman. OT,mers : John F. Tuclcer 3/lo, Edward 

D. Mandell 5/l6 , Alice T. I&ndell l/lo , Charles R. Tucker Jr. 3/32, George 
F. Tucker l/l5 , James H. Sherman 5/32, George Barney 2/lb, Abby F. Lucas 
I/I&, New Bedford. 

214 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Ifey 15, 1885 - permanent. 
226.88 tons. Master: George L. Howland. Owners: John P. Tucker 3/l6, 
J.F. Tucker & Co. 5/16, Edward D. Mandell 5/16, Alice T. liiandell I/I6 , 
Abby F. Lucas I/I6, New Bedford; George L. Howland I/I6 , 'vTestport. 

215 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 13, 1887 - permanent. 
Ovmers: Edward D. Mandell 14/15, Alice T. Iv'Iandell I/I6 , Abby F. Lucas 
I/I6 , New Bedford. 

216 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 24, 1893 - permanent. 
I\/laster: Elnathan B. Fisher. Owners: vJillia-in R. Wing and Joseph VJing 
12/32, Edward D. Ifendell 8/52,, Samuel C. Hart 2/32, w^illiam Baylies 
2/32, Ant one L. Sylvia 2/32, Abby F. Lucas 2/32, New Bedford; Edward F. 
Potter 4/32, South Dartmouth. 

217 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 30, 1895 - permanent. 
Master: William H. Poole. Owners: Williara R. Wing and Joseph "./ing 
10/32, Edward D. Mandell 8/32, William Baylies 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia 
2/32, Samuel C. Hart ^/32, Abby F. Lucas 2/32, New Bedford; Edv^ard F. 
Potter 4/32, 'jiilliam H. Poole 2/32, Dartmouth. 

218 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 4, 1897 - permanent. 
Master: Charles W. Fisher. Owners: William R. Wing 2/32, Joseph 
Wing and William R. Wing 6/32, Edward D. Mandell 8/32, William Baylies 
2/32, Antone L, Sylvia 2/32, Abby F. Lucas 2/32, New Bedford; Edward F. 
Potter 6/32, South Dartmouth; Charles W. Fisher 4/32, Edgartovm. 

219 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 9, 1899 - permanent. 
Lfester: Willi aid I. Shockley. Owners: ViTilliarii R. Wing 8/32, Edward 

D. Afendell 8/32, Joseph "Wing and 'William R, Wing '2/32, Antone L. Sylvia 
2/52, William Baylies 2/32, New Bedford; William I. Shockley 4/3 2, 
Acushnet; Edward F. Potter 6/32, Dartmouth. 

220 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 17, 1901 - permanent. 
Master: Nicholas R. Veira. Ovmers: William R. Wing 13/32, Edward 

D. Mandell 8/32, William Baylies 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, Nicholas 
R. Veira l/32. New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 6/32, Dartmouth. 

221 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 17, 1907 - perma- 
nent. Master: Valentine Rozo . Ovmers: Williara R. Wing 22/32, William 
Baylies 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 
6/32, Dartmouth. Wrecked at Cape Verde Island Nov. 29, 1909. 

222 CaEE HORN PIGEON , bark, of Dartmouth. Registered May 29, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built at Dartmouth in 1854. 212.02 tons; length 100 ft., breadth 
24.9 ft., depth 14.4 ft. Master: Charles H. Robbins. O-wners: 



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Willi aiu Potter 2d 13/54, David H. Bartlett 4/64, Abner Potter Jr. 3/64, 
Edward F. Potter 2/64, Ivlichael Baker 5d 4/54, George W. Collins l/54, 
Dartraouth; Alexander H. Seabury 9/64, Joseph. Wing and William R. Wing 
2/54, Ainasa Whitney 4/64, Simpson Hart 4/64, Joseph Clarke 2/64, 
Dean & Driggs 2/64, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/G4, Ezra Ifelley 2/64, 
Jacob B. Hadley 2/54, George G. Gooding 2/64, Jonathan Bourne Jr. 2/64, 
Abrahaia Ashley 2d 2/64, New Bedford, Two decks, three luasts , square 
stern, a billethead. Vessel re admeasured. Previously registered at 
Nev* Bedford Sept. 13, 1852. (Cf. Vol. II) 

225 Bark, of Dartmouth. Re-registored May 24, 18o9 - permanent. 

Master: Otis S. Snovj. Ovmars: Vifilli aid Potter 2d 17/64, David H. 
Bartlett 4/64, Abner Potter Jr. 3/64, Edward F. Potter 2/54, Mchael 
Baker 3d 4/64, George W. Collins l/54, Dartmouth; .^le^cander H. Seabury 
9/64, Joseph Wing and William R. Wing 2/64, Ainasa Whitney 4/64, Simpson 
Hart 4/54, Joseph Clarke 2/54, Dean & Driggs 2/64, Charles R. Tucker 
& Co. 4/64, Jacob B. Hadley 2/54, George G. Gooding 2/64, Jonathan 
Bourne Jr. 2/64, New Bedford. 

524 Bark, of Dartmouth. Re-register sd Aug. 7, 1872 - permanent. 

I'laster: George 0. Baker. Ovmers: William Potter 2d 12/64, Edward 
F. Potter 2/54, Michael Baker 3d 4/64, George 0. Baker 5/64, Abner 
Potter Jr. 3/54, David H. Bartlett 4/54, George W. Collins l/S4, 
Dartmouth; Alexander H. Seabury 9/54, John Wing 2/54, Amasa 'Whitney 
4/64, Simpson Hart 4/54, Joseph Clarke 2/64, Dean & Driggs 2/64, 
Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/^4, Jacob B. Hadley 2/54, George G. Gooding 
2/54, Jonathan Bourne Jr. 2/54, New Bedford. 

225 Bark, of Dartmouth. Re-registcred Sept. 5, 1876 - permanent. 
Owners: 'William Potter 2d 12/64, Hdward F. Potter 3/64, Estate of 
David H. Bartlett 4/64, Michael Baker ^d 4/64, Abner Potter Jr. 3/64, 
Goorge 0. Baker 6/64, Clotljier Peirce 1/64, Dartmouth; Amasa Whitney 
4/64, Alexander H. Seabury 9/64, Dean & Driggs 2/64, Charles R. Tucker 
& Co, 4/64, John Wing 2/64, Jacob B. Hadley 2/64, Simpson Hart 4/64, 
George G. Gooding 2/54, Jonathan Bourne Jr. 2/64, New Bedford. 

226 Bark, of New. Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 23, 1880 - perma- 
nent. Master: Benjamin Kelley, Owners: Edward F. Potter 8/64, 
William Potter 2d 8/64, Estate of ffichael Baker 3d 4/64, George Collins 
1/64, Dartmouth; Alexander H. Seabury 10/64, -^-masa Whitney 4/64, Dean & 
Driggs 2/54, Jonathan Bourne 2/54, George G. Gooding 2/54, John Wing 
2/54, Jacob B. Hadley 2/64, Estate of Simpson Hart 4/64, Benjamin Kelley 
12/64, New Bedford; Abner Potter Jr. 3/64t, Portsmouth, R.I. 

227 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept, 1, 1684 - perma- 
nent. 201.42 tons« Master: William J. Greenwood. Owners: Sdvjard 
F. Potter 12/64, Willicau Potter 2d 8/54, Estate of Michael Baker 3d 
4/54, George W. Collins 1/64, Dartmouth; Alexander H. Seabury 10/64, 
Estate of Benjamin B. Church 2/54, Thojms M. Hart 2/64, Henry S, 
Whitney 2/64, James D. Driggs l/64 , Joseph G. Dean l/64, Jonathan Bourne 
2/64, John VJing 2/54, Jacob B. Hadley 2/64, Benjamin Kelley 12/64, 

New Bedford; Abner Potter Jr. 3/64, Portsmouth., R.I. 

228 CARLETON BELL , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 13, 1905 - 
permanent. Built at Bath, M3 . in 1885. 104 tons; length 93.7 ft., 
breadth 24.5 ft,, depth 9.3 ft. Master: Joseph H. Senna. Owners: 



Antone L. Sylvia 7/l6, Ayers J. Senna 6/16, Joseph H. Senna <Vl6, 
John Duff l/lo, NeVJ Bedford. One dack, tvro masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Boothbay, Me. Apr. c32, 1905. 
229 Schooner, of NeVJ Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 29, 1909 - 

permanent. Ovmers: Antone L. Sylvia 10/16, Joseph H. Senna 5/16, 
John Duff 1/16, New Bedford. 

250 Schooner, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered Mar. 20, 1915 - 
permanent. Ovmers: Jolm P, Praro 2/l6 , ijitone L. Sylvia 3/l6, Joseph 
H. Senna 5/16, John Duff l/l6. New Bedford. 

251 Schooner, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered Dot. 26, 1916 - 
permanent. Master: Augusto Ben David. Owners: Joseph H. Senna, 
New Bedford. * 

232 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 20, 1917 - 

permanent. Master: Albertino J. Senna. Owners: Albertino J. Senna, 
New Bedford. Sold foreign Feb. 12, 1922. 

255* CATALPA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 6, 1867 - permanent. 

Suilt at IVfedford in 1844. 202.05 tons; length 90 ft., breadth 25 ft., 
depth 12.2 ft. Master: Obed Pierce. Owners: Nathaniel T. Gifford 
51/64, Bartlett Allen 2/52, David A. Snell l/52, JaiTBS D. Driggs 1/52, 
Josiah S. Bonney & Son l/52, Josiah 7J. Bonney l/52, New Bedford; 
Michael Baker 3d 3/32, Dartmouth; Obed Pierce l/52, Solomon Hamblin 
1/64, Falmouth; Thaddeus H. Church 4/32, Little Compton, R.I.; William 
M. Davis, Trustee 2/52, Pomfret, Conn. One deck, three masts, square 
stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New York Oct. 27, 
1866. (Of. Vol. II) 

254 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered iviay 29, 1871 - perma- 
nent. O-.mers: Josiah W. Bonney 3/32, David A. Snell 1/32, James D. 
Drit^fes 1/32, Josiah S. Bonney & Son l/52, Estate of Nathaniel T. 
Gifford 31/64, New Bedford; Obed Pierce l/32, Solomon Hamblin l/64, 
Falmouth; Thaddeus H. Church 4/32, Little Compton, R.I.; ".iilliam M. 
Davis, Trustee 2/32, Pomfret, Conn.; Michael Baker 3d 5/32, Dartmouth. 

255 ■ Bark, of Gloucest-jr. Ru- registered June 11, 1875 - temporary. 

Master: W.A. Harrington. Owners: F.W. Homans, Gloucester. 

255 Bark, of New Bedford. Ru-registered Apr. 29, 1875 - perma- 

nent. Master: George S. Anthony. Owners: John T. Richardson 1/8, 
New Bedford; Jar/J3S Reynolds 7/8, NeW Haven, Conn. 

237 Bark, of NqW Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 24, 1877 - perma- 

nent, tlaster: Ariel Chase. Ovmers: John T. Richardson 9/16, 
George S. Anthony 5/l6, Annie S. Chase 4/l&, New Bedford. 

258 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 27, 1879 - perma- 

nent. Master: E.E. Hammond. Ovmers: S.T. Viall and J. Augustus 
Brownell 26/52, George S. Anthony 6/52, New Bedford. 

239 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 10, 1881 - 

permanent. 209.08 tons; length 90 ft., breadth 25 ft., depth 12 ft. 
Master: John R. Taber. Ovmers: John R. Taber 26/52, John M. 
Hathaway l/52, Fairhaven; S.T. Tiall 5/52, Victoria S. Codd l/52. New 
Bedford; Pardon Taber Jr. l/32, Acushnet. Previously enrolled at 
Fernandino, Fla. Apr. 5, 1880. 0. Smalley, inspector. Sold foreign 
in 1884. 



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24:04' CERES ) schooner, of Ellsvjortli, Mb. Rogistor'jd at 'Jareliar.1 Aug. 16, 
1876 - temporary. Built at Ellsworth, ]\fe. in 1875. 54.59 tons; 
length 64.04 ft., breadth 19.05 ft., depth 6.9 ft. Master: Charles 
M. Alley, Ovmers: Samuel Alley 3/4, Ellsworth, llu.; J.P. Alley l/4, 
Trenton, Me. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billothead. Vessel 
rebuilt. Previously enrolled at South West Harbor, IVfe. Aug. 17, 1875. 
James C. Chilcott, surveyor. 

241 CHARLES WESLEY , brig, of Searsport, Me. Registered Mar. 30, 1875 - 
temporary. Built at Searsport, Me. in 1859. 182,34 tons; length 104.8 
ft., breadth 26.3 ft., depth 9.9 ft. Master: Erank E. Harding. 
Owners: William IfcGilvary 9/l6, Martha A. Merithew 2/l6, J.W. Hannah 
l/l6, Searsport, Me.; J.G-. Dickerson, Guardian of Lucy and Ella 
Dicterson 4/l6, Belfast, Me. One deck, two masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at Searsport, Me. Mar. 30, 1874. 

242 CHARLES a. RICE , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 21, 1909 - 
periiianent. Built at Yarmouth, lie. in 1879. 599 tons; length 154.3 
breadth 32.4 ft., depth 18.3 ft. Master: Luis d'Oliveira. Ovmers; 
Luis d'Oliveira, New Bedford. Tivo decks, three masts, round stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at New York Mar. 6, 1909. 

243 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rugistered Oct. 26, 1914 - perma- 
nent. Previously enrolled at New York Sept. 13, 1914. , Sold foreign 
in France in 1916. 

244 CHARLES H . HODCDON, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered May 28, 1892 - 
permanent. Built at Esse:: in 1364. 106.7 tons; length 81.2 ft., 
breadth 22.9 ft., depth 8.9 ft. Master: Charles Vif. Smith. Ovmers: 
Thomas Luce, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stern, a bil- 
lethead. Previously enrolled at Provincetown Apr. 6, 1892. 

245 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 13, 1894 - 
permanent. Iiilaster: rjitone Mandley. Ovmers: Thomas Luce 12/16, 
Charles T. Luce 2/16, New Bedford; Joseph N. Hancox l/l6, Nathaniel 
Hancox l/l5 , Stonington, Conn. 

246 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 15, 1898 - 
permanent. Master: M.E. Costa. Ovjners: Charles T. Luce l/8, Thomas 
Luce 6/8, Thomas Liice & Co. 1/8, New Bedford. 

247 Schooner, of Provincetown. Re-registered Nov. 10, 1908 - 
temporary. L'iaster: Isaac Azulay. Owners: Jolin A. Oliveira, 
Provincetown. Sold to aliens at Cape Verde Islands in 1908. 

248 CH/iRLES L. JEF FREY, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov, 2, 1920 - 
penmnent . Built at Boston in 1881. 298 tons; length 129,5 ft., 
breadth 30.5 ft,, depth 11,7 ft. Ivfester: Elizen B. Neves. Ovmers: 
Ernest Montroud 52/64, New Bedford; aeorgs Ventries l/64 , Boston; 

John D. Brackett l/64, Hyannis , One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Newark, N.J, Sept. 13, 1920. 
Sold for^irm in 19<i2. 

249 CHARLES_ V J . HOLT , schooner, of St. George, Iv'Ie. Registered July 16, 1877- 
temporary. Built at Waldoboro, Me. in 1854. 253,37 tons; length 
116.3 ft., breadth 28.8 ft., depth 10.5 ft. Master: John Delay. 



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Owners: John DelajT- 5/32, S.G. Hart 7/32, F.A. Hart l/32, Zstate of 
Vif.W. Simmons l/5 2, Edward Ivlalary 1/32, Avery Hart l/32, Samuel Hart 
2d 1/32, G.W. Raulay l/3^, William Jones 9/32, St. George, !&.; E. Otis 
1/32, Rockland, Ivfe.; Augustus West 2/32, Waldoboro, Ivfe.; S.F. Hart 
1/52, iviarion; Philip Fitz and Franklin Fitz l/32, Boston. One dock, 
two masts, square stern, a billetlTe ad. Previously enrolled at Phila- 
delphia, pa. July 5, 1877. 

i50* CHAEILES W. MD RGaU, bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 15, 1867 - 
■•^permanent. Built at New Bedford in 1841. 313.75 tons; length 105.6 
ft., breadth 27,7 ft., depth 17.6 ft. Master: George Athearn. 
OiMners: Joseph Wing and William R. Wing 5/32, 'iiTilliam J. Rotch 4/32, 
T.D. Eliot, Trustee 4/32, Airasa V/hitney 2/52, New Bedford} Benjamin 
S. Rotch 4/32, Boston; Josiah Macy 2/52, Nantucket; Benjamin B. Church 
1/32, Gosnold; Abner H. Davis 2/32, Estate of Edweird M. Robinson 8/32, 
Nevj York. Vessel readmeasured. Tvjo decks, three masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford Dec. 1, 1863. 
Bethuel Penniman Jr., surveyor. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

J51 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 26, 1871 - perma- 

nent. IVIaster: John M. Tinkham. Ovmers: Joseph Vifing and William R. 
Wing 8/32, William ',J. Crapo 2/32, Charles L. Wood 2/32, Edward D. 
Mandell 2/32, William J. Rotch 4/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, T.D. Eliot, 
Trustee 4/3 2, New Bedford; Benjamin S. Rotch 4/32, Boston; Josiah 
Macy 2/32, Nantucket; Benjamin B. Church l/32, Gosnold; J ohn W. Tink ham 
l/32,.^chaster. 

^52 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 23, 1875 - perma- 

nent. Owners: William R, Wing and Joseph Wing 8/32, William J. Rotch 
4/32, Charles L. Wood 2/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, E.B. & F. Jfecy 2/32, 
William W. Crapo 6/32, Edward D. Mandell 2/32, New Bedford; Benjamin S. 
Rotch 4/32, Boston; John_M. Tinkham l/32, Rochester; Benjamin B. Church 
1/32, Gosnold. 

353 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 16, 1878 - perma- 

nent. Masters ThoirBs L. Ellis. Ovmers: William R, Wing and Joseph 
Wing 8/32, William J. Rotch 4/32, Charles L. Wood 2/32, Amasa Whitney 
2/32, E.B. & F. Macy 2/32, William W. Crapo 6/32, Edward D. Mandell 
2/32, New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church 1/32, Gosnold; William J. 
Shockley l/32, Fall River; Benjamin S. Rotch 4/52, Boston. 

254 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-ragistered July 12, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Master: Charles F. Keith. Owners: William R. Wing and Joseph 
"Wing 8/32, William J. Rotch 4/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, '.Jilliam ;;■. 
Crapo 2/32, Charles Taber 2/32, Edward D. Mandell 2/32, Charles L. 
Wood 2/32, E.B. & F. fecy 2/32, New Bedford; Benjamin B. Chiu-ch l/32, 
Gosnold; Benjamin S. Rotch 4/32, Boston; William J. Shockley l/32, 
Fall River; Charles F. Keith 2/32, Mattapoisott . 

255 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 5, 1886 - permanent. 
298.06 tons. IVlaster: George A. Smith. Owners: William R. Wing and 
Joseph Wing 8/32, V/illiam J. Rotch 4/32, William W. Crapo 2/32, 
Charles Taber 4/32, Edward D. Mandell 4/32, E.B. & F. Macy 2/32, New 
Bedford; Estate of Benjaiiiin '^. Church l/32, Gosnold; Estate of Benjamin 
S. Rotch 4/32, Boston; Edvjard F. Potter 2/32, Dartmouth; VJilliam J. 
Shockley 1/32, Fall River. 



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256 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aufj. 11, 190G - periiia- 
nent . I/fester: J.A.M. Earle. Ovmers: 7filliam R. ¥ing 19/32, William 
J. Rotch. 4/52, William VtT. Grapo 2/32, C.C. Church and A.F. Church 
1/32, New Bedford; Estate of Benjamin S. Rotch 4/32, Boston; Edward 

F. Potter 1/32, William Potter 2d 1/32, Dartmouth. Previously rogis- 
terad at San Francisco, Calif. Dec. 2, 1893* 

257 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 2, 1908 - perma- 
nent. Master: Arthur 0. Gibbons. Owners: William R. d'ing 17/32, 
William J. Rotch 4/52, William Vl. Grapo 2/32, C.C, Church and A.F. 
Church 1/32, New Bedford; Estate of Benjamin S. Rotch 4/32, Boston; 
Edward F. Potter 3/32, Vifilliam Potter 2d l/32, Dartmouth. 

258 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 10, 1911 - perma- 
nent. Master: Charles S. Church. Owners: William R. Wing 35/64, 
William J. Rotch 8/64, "William W. Crapo 4/64, A.F. Church l/54, 

New Bedford; Estate of Benjamin 3. Rotch 8/64, Boston; Edward F. 
Potter 6/64, William Potter 2d 2/64, Dartmouth. 

259 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 2 , 1916 - perma- 
nent. Ifeister: Benjamin D. Cleveland. Owners: Benjamin D. Cleveland 
26/64, Estate of William R. Wing 4/64, Edmund W. Bourne 4/64, Charles 
E. Beckman and James C. Briggs 4/64, Frank L. Toung Co. 4/64, Samuel 
Horvitz 2/64, 7/illiaitL F. Potter 2/64, New Bedford; William G. Potter 
2/64, Dartmouth; John H. Dalglish 4/64, Milton H. Farley 4/64, 
Taunton; B.C. Potter 4/64, Fairhaven; Augustus G. Moulton 2/64, 
Walter F. Chase 2/64, New Bedford. Elliptic stern* 

260 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 3, 1924 - permanent. 
Master: Harry Neyland. Ovmers: Harry Neyland 27/52, South Dartmouth:^ 
John A* Cook l/32, Provincetown; V/.^.. Robinson & Co. Inc. 2/32, Estate . 
of Thomas S. Hathaway 2/32, New Bedford. Previously registered at 
Provincetown Oct. 9, 1919. 

261 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 20, 1925 - perma- • 
nent. Master: George Fred Tilton. Ovmers: ViTha.! ing_ Enshrined Inc. , 
South Dartmouth. E.H.R. Green, President, Terrell, Texas. Vessel 

now a memorial to the whaling industry. 

262 CHARLES W . MDRoE , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered lUsy 13, 1878 - 
permanent. Place and date built not available. Vessel wrecked in 
waters of United States; purchased and repaired by United States 
citizens. 112.05 tons; length 85.7 ft., breadth 23.8 ft., depth 

, 9.2 ft. li/fester: John D. Silva. avners: John McCullough 11/52, 
Joseph Vera 8/52, John W. Murray 3/32, John D. Silva 2/52, John 
Davis 2/32, John Matthews 2/32, John A. Sawyer 2/32, Frank Vera l/32, 
New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church l/32, Gosnold. One deck, two m^^sts , 
elliptic stern, a billetlicad. Previously enrolled at Bath, Me. 
July 26, 1876. 

263 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 27, 1879 - 
permanent, ifester: Ichabod J, Hazard. Owners: John LfcCullough 
13/32, Joseph Vera 8/32, John 7J. Murray 3/32, John Davis 2/32, John 
Matthews 2/32, John A. Savjyer 2/32, Frank Vera l/32. New Bedford; 
Benjamin B. Church 1/32, Gosnold. 

^S-i Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registcred Oct. 22, 1861 - 

perrrnont. Master: AntoneRoso. Owners: Jolin McCullough 13/32, 
Joseph Vorr. 8/32, John W. Murrr.y 3/32, John M-tthews 2/32, John >.. 
Sawyer 2/32, .oitone L. Sylvia 2/32, Frriik Verc. 1/32, New Bedford; 
Benjoi-.iin 3. Church l/32, Gosnold, 



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265 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 8, 1883 - 
permanent. 106.45 tons, Ovmers: John McCullouf£;h 14/32, Joseph 
Vera 8/52, John W. Murray 3/32, John Matthews 2/32, Antone L. 
Sylvia 2/32, John A. Sawyer 2/32, Erank Vera l/32. New Bedford. 

266 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 9, 1887 - 
permanent. Master: Frank C. Morris. Owners: John McCullough 
17/32, Joseph Vera 10/32, John Matthews 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, 
Frank Vera l/32, New Bedford. 

267 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 27, 1891 - 
permanent. Owners: John McCullough 17/32, Joseph Vera 10/32, 
John Matthews 2/32 , Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, John McCullough Jr. 
1/32, New Bedford. 

268 CHARLIE AND WILLIE , schooner, of Rockland, Me. Registered Feb. 21, 
1872 - temporary. Built at Damariscotta, Me. in 1849. 108.12 tons; 
length 85.92 ft., breadth 24 ft., depth 8.16 ft. Master: J.C. 
Cousins. Ovmers: E.K. Thomas 4/12, Moses Webster 3/l2, J.R. Bodwell 
3/12, Simeon G. Webster 2/l2, Vinalhaven, Me. One deck, two masts, 
sq^uare stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Rockland, Me. 
Feb. 15, 1867. 

269 CHARLOTTE A. MAXjjBLL, schooner, of New York. Registered July 31, 1922 - 
teniporary. Built "at Camden, Me. in 1917. 579 tons; length 167.2 

ft., breadth 35.8 ft., depth 14 ft. Master; Oscar H. Cramer. 
Owners: Daniel T. Gilmartin 8/64, Stanley H. Miner l/l28, John 
Sullivan 1/64, Matilda Putzel, 3/64, Frank J. Putzel 2/54, New York; 
Charlotte Maxwell l/54, James T. Maxwell 4/54, John A. Snyder l/54, 
Saugerties, N.Y.; George Taulane Jr. 1/48, Lewis B. Taulane l/48, 
Edward H. Taulane l/48, Jonathan May & Sons 5/64, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
CD. Snedbecker 1/54, ¥. Parker Runyon l/64, Perth Amboy, N.J.; 
Charles M. Struven 2/54, Baltimore, Md. ; H. Clinton Crocker 3/54, 
Albert J. Buffiim 2/64, Eva D. Humphrey l/64, Sidney D. Humphrey 
. 5/128, Arthur A. Armington l/54, F.H. Buffum 1/128, ¥.C. Morse l/64, 
Parnell E. Fisher l/54. Providence, R.I.; Frank C. Tingley 4/64, 
Pawtucket, R.I.; Estate of John Tranor, George ¥. Hazelton, administra- 
tor 1/128, Gardiner, Me.; New Jersey Paint Works 5/54, Harry Louden- 
bough Inc. 1/54, Jersey City, N.J.; Charles E. Sherman 2/54, Westerly, 
R.I.; George N. Reed l/64, Reedville, Va. ; Dr. H. Ward Randolph 
1/64, Richmond, Va. ; Arthur H. Bryant l/64, Alexandria, Va.; John H. 
Waterhouse 2/64, North Adams. One deck, four masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at New York lliaj 31, 1922. 

270 CHEROKEE , bark, of New York. Registered Nov. 1, 1872 - temporary. 
Built at Falmouth, Me. in 1829. 297.19 tons; length 95,7 ft., 
breadth 24.9 ft., depth 17.4 ft. Master: Frederick A. Haus. 
Owners: Frederick p. Nichols, New York. Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford 
Sept. 9, 1865. Sold foreign in 1873. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 



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271 CICERO , bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 9, 1870 - permanent* 
Built at Rochester in 1623. 226.59 tons; length 87.7 ft., breadth 
26 ft., depth 16 ft. Master: '^Henry Clay. Ovmers; Loum Snov; 
5/16, Joseph arinnell l/l6, Oliver Crocker and George 0, Crocker 
4/16, William VJat kins l/l&, Antone L. Sylvia 2/l6, Henry Clay l/l6, 
Estate of Ephraira Kempton l/l6, John Perry l/l8, NeW Bedford. Two 
decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered 
at New Bedford Oct, 6, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

272 Bark, of New Bedford. He-registered May 8, 1874 - permanent. 
Master: Edward Penniman. Owners: John P. KhovJles 2d 7/8, Atvvood 
Holiaes l/8, New Bedford. 

273 Bark, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 4, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Master: Thomas Foster. Owners: John P. Knowles 2d 11/16, 
Atwood Holmes 2/l6, Estate of Joseph Knowles 2/lG, New Bedford; 
Thomas Foster l/l6, Vineyard Haven. 

274 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 19, 1879 - perma- 
nent. Master: h.L. Stickney. Owners: John P. Knowles 2d 10/16, 
Atwood Holmes 2/l6, Estate of Joseph Knowles 2/l6 , New Bedford; 
Thomas Foster l/l6, Vineyard Haven; Almon L. Stickney l/l&, Dartmouth. 
Abandoned and broken up in 1883. 

275 CLARA , schooner, of Philadelphia, Pa. Registered Sept. 25, 1875 - 
temporary. Built at Llilton, Del. in 1862. 166.04 tons; length 99.5 
ft., breadth 28.5 ft., depth 8 ft. Master: C.T. Norbury. Owners: 
C.T. Norbury l/8, (J-ipe May,. N.J.; George ¥ood l/8, Henry Waddington 
1/16, Elizabeth Edwards l/l6 , G.F. Tyler 3/16, Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Jonathan Pennell and J.Vf. Gamble 3/8, Chester, Pa,; Horatio J. 
Mulford l/l6, Bridgeton, N.J. One deck, t\vo masts, square stern, a 
scroll head. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, Pa, Sept. 12, 1874. 

276 CtARA LEAVIT T, schooner, of Portland, Me. Registered Jan. 5, 1888 - 
temporary. Built at Gape Elizabeth, Me. in 1874. 433.1 tons; length 

. 127.7 ft,, breadth 31.1 ft., depth 11.4 ft. fester: B.F. Lambord. 
Owners: B.F. Lambord lu/64, Charles H. Randall 2/54, Joshua F. 
Randall 15/64, Wealthy H. V/illiams 2/64, George M. Stamvood 2/64, 
Eliza Boyd 2/64, M.G. Freeman l/64, J.S. Palmer 2/64, Ebenezer Freeman 
1/64, L.A. Randall l/64, E. Connelly 2/64, H. Freeman 2/64, E.L. 
Freeman l/64, A.M. Hawes l/64, Sarah E. Lambord 2/64, Portland, Me.; 
H. James l/64, Deering, Me.; Bertha Smith 2/64, Gorham, IVfe.; S.C. 
Chipman 2/64, J.C. Lambord l/64, T.E. Nevjcomb l/64, Wellfleet; C.A. 
Atvrood 1/64, Mrs, A,P. Blake l/64, Chelsea; Clara Atvrood l/64, 
Somerville; L.B. Rich 2/64, Provincetown; A. Meserve l/64, Charles- 
town; J,E, Breet 2/64, New York; Jam.es M. Caulley l/64, Philadelphia, 
Pa#; E.D. Bigelow & Co. l/64, Baltimore, Md.; tftjl, Spranzey l/64, 
Washington, D,C. One deck, t;vo masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Portland, Me. Sept. 26, 1887. 

277 CLARA MERRICK , schooner, of Bristol, Pa. Registered Apr. 6, 1868 - 
temporary. Built at Wilraington, Del. in 1860. 139.99 tons; length 
100.9 ft., breadth 23.9 ft., depth 7.7 ft. Master: John W. Montgomery, 



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Owners: John VJ. MontgonEry l/lG , Charles Thompson J^i/lB, M'illiam H. 
White 7/52, Nathaniel Brod^vax 7/32, Bristol, Pa.; John G. Henry l/8, 
Beverly, N.J.; J.B. Vanduzen l/8, '/.'illiain Ford l/8, Philadelphia, Pa. 
One deck, tvjo masts, - additional information not available. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Philadelphia, Pa. Apr. 11, 1865, 

278 CLARA L . SPiJ^EB, schooner, of Nevj Bedford. Registered July 21, 1891 - 
permanent. Built at Salisbury in 1861, 96.4 tons; length 79,5 ft., 
breadth 22 ft., depth 8«7 ft. Master: Joseph P. Benton. Owners: 
Thomas Luce, New Bedford, One deck, two masts, square stern, a bil- 
lethead. Previously enrolled at Provincetovm Oct, 2, 1890» 

279 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 13, 1898 - 
permanent. Master: Nathaniel P. Sowle. Owners: Henry M. Brett 
1/2, New Bedford; Charles S, Simpson l/2 , Boston. One deck, tv/o 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New 
Bedford July 21, 1891. Sold foreign in 1899. 

280^ CLARICE , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 11, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Scarboro, Ife . in 1823. 182.87 tons; length 90.1 ft,, breadth 
25 ft,, depth 12.6 ft. Master: John G. Morrison. Ovraers : Sdward 
C. Jones 5/8, George H. Dunbar l/8, New Bedford; Andrew Hicks 2/8, 
Westport. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously registered at New Bedford Apr. 29, 1863. J.B. Smith, surveyor, 
(Cf. Vol. I & II) 

281 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 20, 1871 - 
temporary. Lfester: CM, Marchant. Ovmers: Samuel Osborn Jr., 
Edgartown, 

282 CLAUDIA , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Mar, 27, 1918 - perma- 
nent. Built at Gloucester in 1902. 79 tons; length 97 ft., breadth 
24.6 ft., depth 10.4 ft. Master; Joseph A. Yiera, avners: Antone 
P. Sylvia 5/16, Joseph A. Viera l/l6, Samuel Horvitz l/l6, Briggs & 
Beckraan l/l6. A, Iranlc Clerk l/l6, Ernest V, Richards 2/16, Antone 

L, Sylvia l/l6, New Bedford; F.L. Young Co. 4/l6 , Boston. One deck, 
two masts, elliptic stern, a gammon head. Previously enrolled at 
Gloucester Dec. 13, 1917. 

283 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Feb. 4, 1919 - 
permanent, I/Iastert Joseph H. Senna. Owners: 'Antone F. Sylvia 
4/16, Samuel Horvitz l/l6, Briggs a Beckman l/l6, A. Frank Clark l/l6, 
Ernest V. Richards 2/l6, Antone L. Sylvia l/l6, Henry Chase l/l6, 
Joseph Senna l/l6, New Bedford; F.L. Young Co. 4/16, Boston. 

284 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 19, 1924 - 
permanent. Ifester: Jose J. Pereira. Owners: Antone F. Sylvia, 
Nevj Bedford. Previously enrolled at Providence, R.I. Sept. 26, 1924. 

285 CLEONE , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 3, 1868- permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1847. 346.63 tons; length 109 ft., breadth 
27.6 ft,, depth 18 ft. Master: Hervey E. Luce. Owners: Edmund 
Maxfield 8/32, Pardon Tillinghast 4/32, Hervey E. Luce 4/32, 
Edvjard Camion 2/32, Joseph Ricketson 2d 2/32, Taber Read & Co. 2/32, 
Russell Maxfield 2/32, Gideon B. Spooner 1/32, Caleb Elaxfield 1/32, 



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Sherman ..liite ii/32, New Bedford; Humphrey Sherman 2/52, Dartmouth; 
Wanton H. Sherman .^/32, Watertown, Conn. Tvvo decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billet head. Previously registered at New Bedford 
May 23, 1864. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

286 Bark, of Nevj Bedford, Re-registered Ifey 22, 1876 - perma- 
nent. 339.65 tons, Master: James E. Stanton. Q^vners: Jireh Sv\fift 
and Frederick S. Allen 7/16, William J. Rotch 4/16, Edward S. Taber 
l/l6 , Ebenezer F. Nye 2/16, New Bedford; Isaac Sweetzer 2/l6, Boston. 
Previously rSf^istered at Nevj York Dec. 6, 1872. "Wrecked in 1879, 

287 GOIiANNET T, schooner, of I/ferion. Registered May 11, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Frovincetown in 1839. 82.64 tons; length 71.5 ft., breadth 
18.8 ft., depth 8.2 ft. Master: William C. Hathavjay. Owners: 
William C. Hathaway 2/l6, George L. Luce 4/l5, John M. Allen l/l6, 
Frederick Borden l/l6, James B. Mendell l/32, Stephen D. Hadley 3/32, 
Henry M, Allen l/32, Russell Gray 4/32, Marion; Eben Grinnell l/32, 
Fairhaven; WilliaLi G. Parker 2/l6 , Caleb L. Ellis l/l6. New Bedford. 
One deck, two masts, sq,uare stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at New Bedford Oct. 31, 1866. 

288 Schooner, of jVferion. Re-registered May 11, 1868 - perma- 
nent. Ov'Jners: William C. Hathaway 2/l6, James T, Wittett l/l5, 
Russell Gray l/l6 , Obed Delano 1/32, John M. Allen l/8, Peleg Blanken- 
ship 3/32, Stephen D. Hadley 3/32, Henry M. .illen l/32, James B. 
Ifendell 1/32, Frederick Borden 2/32, Marion; Efcenezer Grinnell l/32, 
Fairhaven; Caleb L, Ellis l/l6, William G, Parker 2/52, New Bedford; 
David W, Luce l/8, Boston. 

289 Schooner, of ferion. Re-registered May 15, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Master: Obed Delano. Owners: Andrew J. Hadley l/32, William 
C. Hathaway 2/l5, JaiiEs T, Vattett 1/^16, Russell Gray l/l6, Obed 
Delano l/32, Peleg Blankenship 3/32, Stephen D. Hadley 5/32, Henry 

M, Allen l/32, James B. Mendell l/32, Ansel Gurney l/32, James H. 
■ Delano 2/32, JVJarion; Eben Grinnell l/32, Fairhaven; Caleb L. Ellis 
l/l6, Estate of William G. Parker 2/32, New Bedford; David W. Luce 
l/8, Boston. Additional owners not available. 

290 Schooner, of Marion. Re-registered June 12, 1871 - perma- 
nent. Iifester: Loring Braley. Ovmers : Andrevi/J, Hadley l/32, 
Williara C. Hathaway 2/16, James T. VJittett l/l6, Russell Gray 1/16, 
Peleg Blankenship 3/32, Stephen D. Hadley 3/32, Henry M. Allen l/32 , 
JaiiBS B. Mendell l/32, Ansel Gurney l/32, Sophia M. Luce 2/32, Isaac 
N. Hathaway 2/32, William ',1 . Handy l/32, Marion; Ebeh Grinnell l/32, 
Fairhaven; Caleb L. Ellis l/l6, Estate of William G. Parker 2/32, New 
Bedford; David W. Luce l/8, Boston. 

291 Schooner, of Marion. Re-registered Jan. 27, 1872 - perma- 
nent. Owners; Andrew J. Hadley 3/32, Williara C. Hathaway 4/32, 
James T. Wittett 2/32, Russell Gray 2/32, Peleg Blankenship 3/32, 
Stephen D. Hadley 3/32, Henry M. Allen l/32, James B, Mendell l/32, 
Ansel Gurney l/32, Sophia M. Luce 2/32, Isaac N. Hathaway 2/32, 
William "W. Handy l/32, Marion; Caleb L. Ellis 2/32, Augustus E. 
Lucas 1/32, New Bedford; David W. Luce 4/32, Boston, 



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Z92 Schooner, of Iferion. Re-registered Nov* 27, 1872 - perma- 

nent. Owners: Andrew J. Hadley ^/7yci, u'illiamC. Hathaway 4/o2, 
Ansel Gurney 4/32, Stephen D. Hadley 3/32, Isaac N. Hathaway 3/32, 
Peleg Blankenship 2/32, Russell Gray 2/32, James B. Mendell 1/32, 
James T. Wittett 2/32, Marion; V/illiam N. Church l/32, Augustus E. 
Lucas 1/32, Caleb L. Ellis l/32, New Bedford; David W. Luce 4/32, 
Boston. 

293 Schooner, of Fairhavon. Re-registered Apr, 30, 1875 - 
permanent. Master: Owen Fisher. Owners: Jeremiah H. Pease 5/64, 
Benjamin Butman 4/64, Jolm P, Winslow 8/64, Luther Cole 3/64, John 
M. Howland 4/54, John C. Pease 6/64, John Gurney 4/64, Alexander A. 
Tripp 4/64, Jeremiah Sykes 4/64, Jaraes L, Butman 2/64, Fairhaven; 
Oiven Fisher 8/64, Levi liliddowes 4/64, Nevj Bedford; David \l . Luce 
8/64, Boston. 

294 Schooner, of Fairhaven. Re-registered May 1, 1876 - 
permanent. Ifester; Edgar W. Crapo. Civners: Jeremiah H» Pease 5/64, 
Benjamin Butm.an 4/64, John P. 'Jinslovj 8/64, Luther Cole 3/64, John 

M. Howland 4/64, John C. Pease 6/64, Alexander A. Tripp 4/64, 
Jeremiah Sykes 8/54, James L. Butman 2/64, Fairhaven; Edgar \l . Crapo 
8/64, Dartirauth; Levi ITiddowes 4/64, New Bedford; David ¥. Luce 6/64, 
Boston. 

295 Schooner, of Fairhaven. Re-registered Nov., 15, 1876 - 
permanent. Ovmers : Jeremiah H. Pease 5/64, Benjamin Butrran 4/64, 
John P. V/inslow 8/64, Luther Cole 3/64, Jolin M, Howland 4/64, John 
C. Pease 6/64, Alexander A. Tripp 4/54, Jeremiah Sykes 8/64, James 
L. Butman 2/64, Fairhaven; Edgar U. Crapo 8/64, Dartmouth; Charles 
H. 'tfood 4/64, New Bedford; J. 0. Safford & Co. 8/64, Boston. 

296 COLORilDO , schooner, of Provincetoxvn. Registered Nov, 29, 1888 - 
temporary. Built at Essex in 1858. 55.35 tons; length 68 ft., 
breadth 19.5 ft,, depth 7,1 ft. Master: Manuel Brazil. Owners: 
Manuel Brazil l/3, Martin Silva l/3, Mary A, Tavers l/o, Provincetovm, 
One deck, tvjo masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at Provincetown Mar. 26, 1884, Sold foreign in 1889. 

297 COMMODORE MORRI S, bark, of New Bedford, Registered July 28, 1873 - 
permanent. Built at Falmouth in 1841, 338.21 tons; length 107 ft., 
breadth 27.7 ft», depth 17.9 ft. Master: George F, Uinslow. 
Owners: Sben Perry l/l6, Jacob A. Hovjland l/l6, New Bedford; Eliza 
N. Swift 14/16, Dartmouth. Two decks, three masts, square stern, 

a figurehead. Vessel altered. Previously registered at New Bedford 
May 8, 1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 

298 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Apr, 9, 1877 - perraa- 
nent , CKirners: Eliza N, Swift 13/16, Jacob A. Hov/land l/l6, Eben 
Perry l/l6, Fannie L« Winslow l/l5 , New Bedford, 

299 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 4, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Owners: William C.N. Swift l/l6, Eliza N. Sv/ift 13/16, 
Dartraouth; Jacob A, Howland l/l6, Fannie L. Winslov; l/l6 , New Bedford. 



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500* CONCORDIA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Dec. 6, 1857 ~ pernianent, 
Built at Mattapoisett in 1867. 368.58 tons; length. I<i8,4 ft., breadtli 
^9 ft,, depth 17 ft. blaster: Robert Jones. Owners: Mattheu Hov;land 
5/8, George Howland Jr. 5/16, Taber, Read & Co. l/l6, New Bedford. 
Tvjo decks, three masts, square stern, a figurehead. Certificate of 
master carpenter on file. Lawrence Grinnell, surveyor. Abandoned 
in Arctic Ocean in 1872, 

301 CONTEST , ship, of New Bedford. Registered May 14, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1856. 341.64 tons; length 118,2 ft,, breadth 
28,6 ft., depth 17,9 ft. Master: James Goon. Ovjners: , Eben Perry 
1/4, Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons l/8. New Bedford; n'illiairi C.N. Swift 
5/8, Dartmouth. Tv^/o decks, three masts, square stern, an eagle head. 
Previously registered at New Bedford Oct. 5, 1854. VJrecked in Arctic 
Ocean in 1872. (Cf. Vol. II) 

502*- CORAL , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 8, 1868 - permanent. 
Built at Newbury in lol9 . 351.55 tons; length 109.1 ft., breadth 
27.9 ft., depth 18. 2 ft. Master: JaiiBs E. Potter. Owners: William 
Or. Taber 2/32, Willi ara N. Church l/32, Allan & Whitney l/32, E.B. 
Macy & Co, 2/3ti, Joseph Brownell 2/32, Henry A. Taber 2/32, VJilliam 
Gordon Jr. ^/32, Horatio Hathavjay ci/32, Henry Taber 3/52, ".Jilliam 
J. Rotch 4/32, Gideon Allen 4/32, New Bedford; James C. Potter l/32, 
Dartmouth; Michael Cuijmiskey 2/52, Westport; John C. Haiublin 2/32, 
Ealmouth; Francis Hathaway 2/32, New York. I\'VO decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford 
Nov. 25, 1863. Vessel raadi'ieasured. Lavjrence Grinnell, surveyor. 
(Cf. Vol. I & II) 

303 "■■ Bark, of K-w Bedford. Re-re gi steroid Dec. 3, 1872 - perma- 

nent. Ivlaster: George E. Marvin. Owners: William G. Taber 2/32, 
William N. Church l/32, Allan & Whitney l/32, E.B. Macy & Co. 2/32, 
Joseph Brovmell 2/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Horatio Hathaway 2/32, 
Henry Taber 4/32, William J. Rotch 4/32, Gideon Allen 4/32, Edward 
Cannon l/32, New Bedford; Jaiiies E. potter l/32, Dartmouth; Michael 
Cumiiiistey 2/52, Westport; John C. Hamblin 2/32, Fali.iouth; Francis 
Hathaway 2/3 2, New York. 

304* CORINTHIAI^' , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 5, 1856 - perma- 
nent. Built at New York in 1823, 389.67 tons;' length 111,9 ft,, 
breadth 28 ft,, depth 19.4 ft. Master; Valentine lewis. Ovmers: 
Matthew Howland 8/l6, George Howland 6/l6, Trustees of C.W, Howland 
2/16, New Bedford. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at New Bedford Oct. 4, 1858. Vessel 
readmeasured, J, Baker Smith, surveyor. Wrecked in 1869. (Cf. Vol. 
I & II) 

305*. CORNE LIA, bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 30, 186b - permanent. 
Built at Westport in 1832. 203.1 tons; length 93.8 ft., breadth 23.9 
ft., depth 14 ft. Master: Ephraim Poole . Ovmors: John P. Kiiowles 
2d 4/18, Ellery Negus and Atwood Holiiies 2/l6, Walter D. Swan l/32, 
Gideon D. Spooner l/l5 , Joseph Vera l/lo, Joim P. IGiovjles l/l5, 
Thomas Knowles l/l5. New Bedford; Ephraim Poole 2/ 16, Chilmark; 



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Beriah Doano l/3,2, Jesse E. Doano l/'62, Orleans; Jaines H. Kno.'les 
1/15, Seth Knowles l/32, Eastliam; Allen H. Knovjlus l/32, Yarraouth; 
Alexander C. Childs 1/32, Cotuit Port. TS^to decks, three nasts, 
square stern, a billethead. Vessel readmeasured. Previously regis- 
tered at New Bedford May 3, 1861. J.B. Sciith, surveyor. (CF. Vol. 
I & II) 

306 Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-registered Nov. 14, 18o8 - periaa- 

nent . Ivkster: Edward P. Sliiverick. Ownerf.-: John P. Knowles 2d 
9/32, Atwood Holmes 4/32, Joseph Vera 2/32, Thomas Knowles 2/32, John 
P. Knowles 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32,, Charles L. Wood l/32, 'Salter 
D. Svjan l/32, New Bedford; James H. Knowles 2/32, Seth Knowles l/32, 
Easthain; Allen K. Knowles l/32, Yarmouth; Beriah Doane 1/32, Jesse E. 
Doane l/52, Orleans; Alexander C. Childs l/32, Cotuit Port; Ephraim 
Poole 2/32, Chilmark. 

507 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct, 9, 1871 - perma- 

nent. Master: LaRoy S,, Lewis. Owners: John P. Kaowles 2d 4/32, 
Atwood Holmes 4/32, Joseph Vera 2/32, Thomas Knowles 2/32, John P. 
Knowles 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Charles L. 'feJood 2/32, '/Salter 
D. Swan l/32, New Bedford; James H. I&iowles 2/32, Seth Knowles 1/32, 
Eastham; Beriah Doane 1/^2, Jesse C, Doane l/32, Orleans; Ephraim 
Poole 2/32, ChilnHrk; LaRoy S. Lewis 2/52, Edwin A. Luce 4/32, Tisbury. 
Condemned and sold abroad in 1874. 

308 ^ CORI'ISLIUS HOVJLAiro , ship, of New Bedford. Registered May 6, 1867 - 

permanent. Built at Now Bedford in 1851. 333.19 tons; length 121.4 
ft., breadth 28 ft., depth 16.8 ft. Mast^^-r: John A. Luce. Oivners: 
Edward ¥. Howland 10/16, Harriet C. Howland 3/16, Andrew M. Howland 
l/l6, Ivory H. Bartlett, Ivory H. Bartlett Jr. and George F. Bartlett 
2/16, New Bedford. Tvjo decks, three masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Vessel readmeasured. Previously registered at New Bedford 
Nov. 2, 1863. J.B. Smith, i^urveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 

309 Ship, of New Bedford, Re-registered Aug. 3, 1874 - perma- 
■ nont. r/Iaster: B.F. Homan. Owners: Eben Perry l/l6. New Bedford; 

William C.N. Swift 14/16, Willia:.i H. Aiken l/l6, Dartmouth. Abandoned 
in Arctic Ocean Sept, 5, 1875. 

310 COMiA., schooner, of NcW Bedford. FortErly yacht COLQNIA. Registered 
Nov. 15, 1933 - pernanont. Built at Bristol, R.I. in 1893. 129 tons; 
length 104.3 ft., breadth 24 ft., depth 15.4 ft. Ifester: . John L. 
Souza. Owners: John L. Souza, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, 
overhanging stern, overhanging head. Previously enrolled at New 

York Aug. 10, 1926. Sold to Portuguese in 1935. 

311 COURSER , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered July IS, 1871 - permanent. 
Built at New Bedford in 1855. 259.08 tons; length 100.8 ft., breadth 
26.7 ft., depth 16 ft. fester: Elias H. White, amers: George F, 
Bartlett 2/32, Ivory K. Bartlett Jr. 3/52, ThoLias S. Hathaway 9/32, 
Alexander H. Seabury 4/32, Estate of Abraham H. Howland 4/32, 
Rodolphus Beetle l/32, Edmund Anthony and Edxaund Anthony Jr. l/32, 
Peleg Slocum 2/32, New Bedford; Charles Brewer & Co, 2/52, Boston; 
F.W. Coffin 2/52, New York; Elias H. White 2/32, Southarapton, N.Y. 
Two decks, three rtiasts, square stern, a billethead. Pr3viously regis- 
tered at New Bedford Oct. 15, 1865. Wrecked in 1877. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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312 CROiVINSHIELD , bark, of Fairliavun, Ragistbred llaj a, 1869 - periiianent. 
Place and date built not available* A foruign vessel wreckad vjithin 
waters of the United States, purciiased and repaired by United States 
citizens, ci57»S5 tons; lengtl^ 101 ft., breadth 26.8 ft., depth 15.1 
ft. iVJasterk John P. Praro. Owners: Phineas Ei Terry 6/16, Clark & 
Jenney l/l6, James Hammond l/32, Robert M. Simnions l/32j Fairhavun; 
Antone L. Sylvia 4/l6 , Frank Paul l/52j John E. Luce l/l6, Manuel T* 
Vara l/52, Navj Bedford; John P. Praro l/l&, Nantucket; Leonard Simnaons 
1/16 , Bristol, R.I. One deck, three masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at Boston Feb. 26, 1867. 

313 D«N. RICHARDS , schooner, of Now Bedford. Registered May 31, 1867 - 
permanent. Built at Hancock, Me. in 1858. 91.71 tons; length 74.6 
ft», breadth 22.4 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Master: Slisha Ek Russell. 
Owners: William P. Howland 3/4, Weston Howl and l/4, New Bedford. 

One deck, two m.asts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at Barnstable May 5, 1855. 

314 Schooner, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 3, 1868 - 
permanent. Master: Isaac P. Webb. Owners: WilliaraP. Howland 
11/16, Vfeston Hovjland 4/l6, Isaac P. '.j'ebb l/l&, Ne^); Bedford. 

315 DAISY , brig, of New Bedford. Registered June 3, 1905 - perraanent. 
Built at Brookhaven, N.Y. in 1872. 383 tons; length 123 f t . j breadth 
31.6 ft., depth 17.2 ft. Master: Benjanin D. Cleveland. Ovmers: 
Benjamin D. Cleveland 8/32, Emma A. Cleveland l/32, Henry P. Burt 
2/32, John V. Spare 2/32, Daniel W'. Baker l/32, Frank B. Sistare, 
Trustee 2/52, James A. Tilton 2/32, Irving L. Wordell l/32, Henry L. 
Tiffany and William Fi Read l/32j William N. Church 2/32, New Bedford; 
Charles P. Maxfield 2/32, Henry B. Gifford ^/32, D.C. Potter 2/52, 
Williara M. Allen l/32, Henry H. Allen l/32, Fairhaven; G-ilbert N. 
Collins ^/'3d, Dartmouth. T'jvo decks, two masts, square stern, a bil- 
lethead. Previously enrolled at New York Mar. 12, 1902. 

'316 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 24, 1906 - perma- 

nent. Oi/vners: Benjamin D. Cleveland 9/32, Emma A. Cleveland 1/32^ 
Henry P. Burt 2/32, John 7. Spare 2/52, Frank Bk Sistare, Trustee 
1/52, JanEs A. Tilton 2/32, Irving L. Wordell l/32, Henry Li Tiffany 
and William F. Read l/32, WilliaLi N. Church 2/32^ New Bedford; 
Charles P. Ifexfield 2/32, Henry B. aifford 2/52, DkCi Potter 2/32^ 
William M. Allen l/32j Henry H. Allen l/32, Fairhaven; G-ilbert Ni 
Collins 2/32, James T. Smith l/32, Dartmouth. 

317 -Brig, of New Bedford.' Re-registered May 12, 1908 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Benjamin D. Cleveland 9/52, Emma A. Cleveland l/32, 
Henry B. Burt 2/32, John V. Spare 2/32, Frank B. Sistare, Trustee 
1/32, James A. Tilton 2/32, Irving L. Wordell l/32, Henry L. Tiffany 
and William F. Read l/52, William N. Church 2/52, New Bedford; 
Charles P. Maxfield 2/32, Henry B. Qifford 2/52, D.C. Potter 2/52, 
William M. Allen l/32, Henry H. Allen l/52, Fairhaven; Arline F.- 
Collins 2/32, James T. Smith l/52, Dartmouth. Lost in 1917. 

318 DANIEL McPHEE . schooner, of Harwich. Registered Dec. 4, 1879 - 
temporary. Built at Essex in 1860. 57.56 tons; length 66 ft., 



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breadth 20 ft., dcijth 7.6 ft. Master: r.N. Chasu. Ovmors: Charles 
H. Kelley, Harwich. One d&ck, tvro masts, square stern, a billot- 
head. Previously enrolled at South Dennis Ai^r. 10, 1879. 

319 DMI5L VffiBSTaR , ship, of Nev^ Bedford. Registered May 18, 1857 - 
permanent. Built at Rochester in 1838. 327,23 tons; length 103 ft,, 
breadth 27.3 ft., depth 18 ft. Master: George F. Marvin. Ovmers : 
William T, Smith 2/32, William 0. Brovmell 16/32, 2.B. and I, Macy 
1/32, Taber, Read & Go, 2/52, 'Jilliam 0. Brovmoll Jr. l/32^ Wev; 
Bedford; William M. Barnes 4/32, Berlin; D.B. Anthony l/32, Providence, 
R.I.; George F. Marvin 4/32, Baldwinsville, N.Y»; A.M; Brovmell 1/32, 
Richmond, Va, TvJO decks, three masts, square stern, a billuthead. 
Previously registered at New Bedford May 19, 1865. (Cf, Vol, I & II) 

320 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 16, 1877 - perma- 
nent. Master: Gilbert B. Borden. Ovmers: William O.K. S'wift 9/l5, 
Gilbert B. Borden 4/16, Frederick Swift i/ie, Taber, Read & Gardner 
1/16, New Bedford; William H. Aiken l/l6, Dartmouth. 

321 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov, 29, 1880 - perma- 
nent. Master: David L. Gifford. Ovmers: William K. Aiken 2/l6, 
Dartmouth; William G.N. Swift 11/16, Frederick Swift 2/15, Taber, 
Read & Gardner l/l6, New Bedford. Wrecked in Arctic Ocean in 1883. 

322 DAt^IBL VJEB3TER , schooner, of New York. Registered Apr. 12, 1870 - 
temporary. Built at Hackensack, N.J. in 1837. 82.96 tons; length 
'?6,8 ft., breadth 22.4 ft,, depth 6.4 ft. Ifaster: R.J. Conary. 
Owners: David T, Trenedy l/l6, New York; Mary Conary 15/16, Tisbury, 
One dock, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at New York Fub. 24, 1859. 

323 DAVID A. 5T0RY , schooner, of Providence, R.I. Registered Oct. 15, 
1900 - temporary. Built at Gloucuster in 1876. 86 tons; length 80.5 
ft., breadth 22.6 ft., depth 8,3 ft. Master: Luiz d' Olive ira. 
Ovmers: Luiz d'Oliveira, Providence, R.I. One deck, two masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Bangor, Me. 

Nov. 20, 1879. 

324 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-re gi stored July 26, 1901 - 
permanent, Ovmers: Ant one L. Sylvia, New Bedford. 

325 Schooner, of Providence, R,I. Re-registered May 31, 1902 - 
temporary. Ovmers: Luiz d'Oliveira, Providence, R.I. 

326 Schooner, of Providence, R.I. Re-registered Oct. 12, 1906 - 
temporary. J/iaster: Jose M. Dominguas. Ovmers: Serafin Jose Pereira 
1/2, Ifercallino Gomes 1/4, Providence, R.I.; Julio daSilva 1/4, 

San Francisco, Calif. 

327 DESDEMONA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Ifey 29, 1882 - perma- 
nent. Built at Jfi ddlet own, . Conn, in 1823. 236.69 tons; length 
98.5 ft., breadth 26.6 ft., depth 14.7 ft. Master: Samuel F. 
Davis. Owners: William H. Aiken 1/8, 'Williai-a C.N. Swift 5/8, 
Dartmjouth; Frederick Swift 1/8, Mew Bedford. T^/jo decks, three 
masts, S'quare stern, a woman bust head. Previously registered at 
NeVJ Bedford Sept. 4, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I S: II) 



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328 Bark, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 30, 1894 - perma- 
nent. Master: George Fi ViTinslow, Owners: Thoims Luce 7/8, Charles 
T. Luce 1/8, New Bedford. Vf re eked at Howes ViTelcome, Hudson Bay in 
1896. 

329 DEXT2R CLA RK, schooner, of Providence, R.I. Registered June 3j 1880 - 
temporary. Built at Ellsworth, lib, in 1873. 141.75 tons; length 
104.4 ft., breadth 28 ft., depth 7.7 ft. Master: JjB. Theall. 
Owners; H.E. Wellman 2/32, Winsor & Brown 25/32, Neary Ji Winsor 
4/32, Providence, R.I.; Martin Curtis l/32, Boston. One deckj two 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New York 
J/Iay 3 , 1880 . 

330 DRACO ) bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 6, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Duxbury in 1824. 257.52 tons; length 95,3 ft,, breadth 

24.1 ft., depth 16,4 ft. Master: Andrew M. Braley. Owners: Jonathan 
Bourne Jr. 12/16, William J. Rotch l/l5, John R. Thornton l/l5. New 
Bedford; Isaac B. Tompkins 1/54, Westport; Frederick Tompkins 7/128, 
Hamilton B. Tompkins 7/128, Nevjport , R.I. Tvjo decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at NeW Bedford 
June 17, 1662, (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

331 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 5, 1878 - perma- 
nent. Master: Edwin J. Reed. Oi/mers: Jonathan Bourne 12/16, 
William J, Rotch I/I6, John R. Thornton I/I6, Isaac B. Tompkins l/64, 
lew Bedford; Frederick Tompkins 7/64, Nevjport , R.I. Condemned and 
sold to Thomas Woodman, a British subject, in 1880, 

332* E. CORI'IINC , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 9, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built at Baltimore, Md. in 1848. 224.93 tons; length 111,1 
ft., breadth 26,2 ft., depth 12.7 ft. Master: George Taber» 
Owners: Eben perry l/4 , Obed N. Swift I/8, New Bedford; William C.N. 
Swift 1/2, William H, Aiken I/I6, Dartmouth; George Taber I/I6, 
. Acushnet. One deck, three DB.sts, square stern, a billetliead. Vessel 
altered. Previously registered at NeVJ Bedford Nov. 15, 1850. 
J.B. Smith, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 

333 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 17, 1869 - 

permanent. Master: John W. Cornell. Owners: Eben Perry l/4, 
Estate of Obed N. Swift I/8, New Bedford; William C.N. Swift l/2, 
Willie^a H. Aiken I/8, Dartmouth. Vessel broken up in 1382. 

334^- E.B. PHILLIPS , bark, of Boston. Registered July 27, 1874 - temporary. 
^lace and date built not available. Formerly the ST. ELIZABETH , 
foreign built. 152.44 tons; length 90 ft., breadth 24.2 ft., depth 
12.6 ft. ]VfeiSter: Joseph F. Francis. Owners: John I\fedina 7/8, 
Knight & Mclntyre I/I6, Boston; Cornelius Sweetzer I/I6, Saco, Me. 
One deck, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously 
registered at New London, Conn. Aug. 21, 1858. 

335 Bark, of NeW Bedford. Re-remastered Oct. 31, 1876 - 

permanent. Owners: John McCullough 5/32, A.L. Sylvia 5/32, James 
B. Hamblin 2/32, John Ivfethevifs 2/32, Jolin A, Sawyer l/32, John ,«'. 
Murray 2/32, Joseph F. Francis 2/32, New Bedford; Benjarain B, Church 
1/32, Gosnold; John Medina 10/32, Knight & J/icIntyre 2/32, Boston. 
0. Smalley, inspector. 



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336 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered l&y iiS, 1881 - perroa- 
nent. Ovjners: John McCullough V/32, A.L. Sylvia 7/32, Jaine s B. 
Hamblin 2/32, Jolm Matheivs 2/3 2, John a. Sawyer l/52, John VJ. itoray 
2/32, Joseph I, Francis 2/32, New Bedford; Benjaiiin B. Church l/32, 
Gosnold; John Medina 6/32, Knight & Ivlclntyre 2./5ci, Boston. 

337 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 2, 1884 - perraa- 
nent. 147.22 tons, i^fester: ISdvjard M. Frazier. Owners: John 
McCullough 9/32, A.L. Sylvia 8/32, James B. Hamblin 2/32, John Mathews 
2/32, John A. Sawyer l/32, l^ry B. Murray 2/32, New Bedford; John 
Medina 5/32, Knight & Ivlclntyre 2/32, Boston. Vessel condemned and 
sold at Santiago, Cape Verde Islands, in 1885. 

338 E.H. RICH , brig, of Provincetown. Registered Nov. 21, 1871 - trmporary. 
Built at Stockton, Lfe. in 186S. 332.57 ton^; length 123.5 ft., breadth 
28.5 ft., depth 11.5 ft. Master: Benjamin H, Paine. Owners: Benja- 
min H. Paine 2/l6, Chajrlestown; S.H. Rich l/l6, John D. Nye l/32, 
Jeremiah Stone l/3 2, Nathaniel Hopkins 1/32, Provincetoi/m; John Rich 
5/32, Boston; Atkins Hughes l/32, 3. Burk l/32, Truro; T. McGuire l/32, 
E. Bishop 1/32, S.F. Adairis l/32, J.E. Bayley & Co. l/l6 , Philadelphia, 
Pa.; J.W. Mudgett 3/52, J. A. Colcord 3/32, Stockton, Me.; James ViTard 
l/l6 , New York; Shebua Rich l/l6, St. Louis, Mo,; Edgar Paine l/32, 
Somerville. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously registered at Provincetown Nov. 24, 1866. 

339 EAGLE , schooner, of Bangor, Me. Registered IVfer. 30, 1886 - temporary. 
Built at Kennebunk, Me. in 1869. 177.01 tons; length 100.8 ft,, 
breadth 27.4 ft., depth 8.5 ft. Master: A.T. Waters. Owners: 
Hayford & Stetson, Bangor, Me. One deck, two masts, square stern, 

a billethead. Previously enrolled at Nevj Bedford Apr. 23, 1885. 

340 EDITH M. PRIOR, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 20, 1915 - 
periTanent, Built at Essex in 1891. 78 tons; length 90.8 ft., breadth 
23.4 ft., depth 9.7 ft. Master: Francisco S. Silva. CXmers: William 
E. Cooper l/64 , Joseph Baptista 63/64, New Bedford. One deck, two 
masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New York 
Aug. 12, 1915. Vessel sold to Portuguese Dec. 2, 1915. 

•^'^1 EO'JARD EVERETT , bark, of NeW Bedford. Registered June 7, 1857 - 

permanent. Built at Medford in 1853. 217.68 tons; length 103 ft., 
breadth 25.1 ft,, depth 10 ft. Master: Joseph D, Silva. Ovmers: 
Gilbert Allen and Gideon Allen 20/32, Joseph D. Silva 4/32, Howland & 
Coggeshall 4/32, Simeon Doane 2/32, 'rfilliam Beetle 1/32, Abraham 
Delano l/52, NeW Bedford. One deck, three masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at Boston Aug. 17, 1866. 

342 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov, 3, 1869 - perma- 

nent. 186.85 tons. Ivfester: Hubert A, V^hite. Owners: Gilbert 
Allen and Gideon Allen 5/8, Gideon Allen Jr. l/8, Simeon Doane l/l6, 
Abraham Delano l/3 2, Howland & Coggeshall l/8, William Beetle l/32. 
New Bedford. 



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343 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 19, 1873 - perma- 
nent, lifester: Joseph D. Silva. Ovmers: Gilbert Allen and Gideon 
Allen 1/8, Antone Thomas 5/8, Hovdand & Coggeshall l/S, Joseph D. 
Silva l/l6, John Davis l/l6, New Bedford. 

344 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 4, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Master: Rufus ".7. Gifford. Owners: Gilbert Allen and Gideon 
Allen 7/32, Antone Thomas 20/32, Rowland & Coggeshall 4/32, New Bedford; 
Rufus W. Gifford l/32, Acushnet. Wrecked in 1875. 

345 EOJARD H. BLAKE , schooner, of Bangor, Me. Registered June 22, 1910 - 
temporary. Built at Millbridge, Me. in 1390, 484 tons; length 154.7 
ft,, breadth 34.6 ft., depth 13 ft. Master: E.¥. Crockett. Owners: 
F.¥. Crockett 4/64, H.L. Crockett 2/64, G.¥. Crockett 1/64, C .A. 
McKenney 1/64, Winterport, Me.; Fred T. Hall 4/64, Edward H. Blake 
8/64, Samuel Stearns and Ezra L. Stearns 4/64, Estate of 'JjA. Swett 
2/64, William H. Rollins 2/64, Estate of J.D. Fiulvaney 2/64, Julia H. 
Pearson 2/64, Estate of L.J. Morse 2/64, P.A. Strickland and Estate 

of W.H. Strickland 2/64, Estate of Iviary E. Strickland 2/64, H.^. Stone, 
D.W. Coburn, and Alonzo Towle 2/64, Stephen D. Benson 2/64, A.H, 
Babcock 1/64, Bangor, Me.; James N. Snare l/64, Hampden, 1/fe. ; Horace 

E. Snow, Bucksport, Me.; Trustee of Helen L. Foster 1/64, Orrington, 
Me.; Mary L. Sawyer 5/64, Elmer E. Sawyer 2/64, Alonzo Sawyer 2/64, 
Arthur Sawyer l/64, Joanette Wallace l/&4, Millbridge, IVfe.; John 
Sullivan l/64 , Edwara H. Loud 2/64, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Fields S. Pendleton 
2/64, George A. Carver l/64, New York; Georgs A. Crosby 2/64, mnne- 
apolis, l&nn. One deckj three nHsts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Bangor, Me. Sept. 29, 1908, 

346 EDVJARD R. SMITH , schooner, of Boston. Registered Aug. 15, 1913 - 
permanent. Built at phippsburg, Me. in 1911. 492 tons; length 158.2 
ft., breadth 34.5 ft., depth 14.1 ft. Master: H.P. Lewis. Owners: 
H,P. Lewis 2/64, Charles R. Cornull l/64, Lemuel H. White 1/64, James 

F. Avery 2/64, A.A. Cory 1/64, Harry E. Chase l/64, Frank Clark 2/64, 
Arthur E, Buffington l/64, William B. Jonney l/64, New Bedford; 
Charles F. Webb 3/64, George D. Rogers 2/64, George D. Rogers and 
Charles F. Webb 8/64, Frederick Foster l/&4, J.A. Hurd 1/&4, Hall, 
Lincoln & Co. l/64, Frank L. Pinney l/54, H. McDonald 1/64, Joseph 
Ross 1/128, Williaiii M. Critchett l/64, Edward G." Tarrar l/64, Thomas 
Lahey l/64, F.W. Hubbard l/64, "William S. Litchfield l/64 , James F. 
Bliss 2/64, Israel E. Decrow 2/64, Edward R. Smith l/64, George M. 
Tuort 1/64, Angus S. Chase l/54 , Boston; Coburn Smith l/64, Lyon 
Smith 1/64, Brookline; Henry C. Hopkins 2/54, Marion; Charles S. 
Rogers l/64, Rockport; W.H. Kelley l/54, Providence, R.I.; Ira Richards 
Jr. 1/64, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Rollin C. Wilson l/64, Mount Vernon, N.Y.; 
William C. lihoQf l/l28, Philadelphia, Pa.; C.A. iJoolsoy Paint and Color 
Co. 1/64, Jersey City, N.J.; CD. Snedekor 1/128, W.F. Runyon l/l28, 
Perth Amboy, N.J.; Albert H. Smith. l/64, Toledo, Ohio; F,S. Bowker 
7/64, Phippsburg, Me,; L.A. Danton l/64, Boothbay Harbor, Me.; Frank 

A. Morey 1/64, Lewiston, Me.; Irving L. Wordell l/64, Candle, Alaska. 
One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously 
enrolled at Boston- Feb. 10, 1913. 



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347 EEWDJ, barkj of Boston. Registered July 14, 1856 - toraporaory. Built 

at Medford in 1800. 404.85 tons. Additional inforiTiation not available. 
Ifester: William Holmes. Ovmers: Joseph L. Bruco, Boston. Two decks, 
three roasts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at 
Philadelphia, Pa. (date not available j . 

348 EFFORT , schooner, of Orleans. Register-.j Mar. 31, 1865 - teraporary. 
Built at Saleia in 1848. 19.19 tons; ..-;■,., th 49.8 ft., breadth 14.9 . 
ft., depth 5.9 ft. Master: Lewis ?. C;:-.a-.e. Owners: Nathaniel Tar 
1/4, Timothy Mayo l/4, Hatsell Higgi- .:/2, Orleans. One deck, two 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously licensed at New Bedford 
Mar. 4, 1865. 

349 ELBRIDGE GERRY , schooner, of New York. Registered Dec. 28, 1897 - 
temporary. Built at Danversport in 1857. 67.58 tons; length 73.8 
ft., breadth 19.8 ft., depth 8 ft. Master: Henry Perry. Owners: 
Floyd B. Horton, New York. One deck, two masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at New York Aug. 23,. 1897. 

350 ELEANOR B. CON vCiaX, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered May 6, 1878 - 
peroanent . Built at Essex in 1859. 91,38 tons; length 79,3 ft., 
breadth 22.3 ft., depth 8,4 ft. Master: James Avery. Otvners: Henry 
Clay 1/2, Nexj Bedford; James Avery 1/2, Chicago, 111. One deck, two 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Provincotown 
June 2, 1876. 

351 Schooner, of Ncw Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 15, 1890 - 
permanent. 86.81 tons. Ovmers: Henry Clay, Nev; Bedford. 

352 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 28, 1897 - 
permanent. O/jners: James Avery l/2, Henry Clay l/2, New Bedford. 

353 Schooner, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 24, 1906 - 
permanent. 85 tons. Master: John T. G-onsalves. Owners; James 
Avery l/2, Alice E. Clay l/2, Now Bedford. 

354 ■ Schooner, of Now Bod.ford. Re-registered Nov. 19, 1907 - 

permanent. Mtistor: Manuel Rosa. Ovjners: Manuel Rosa, Nevj Bedford, 

355 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 20, 1908 - 
pernmnent. Ovmers: Joseph DeG-race , v/areham. Sold to alien, Ifcy 1, 
1911. 

356 ELECTOR , schooner, of NeW Bedford. Registered May 7, 1914 - permanent. 
Built at Essex in 1892. 84 tons; length 95.4 ft., breadth 24 ft., 
depth 10 ft. Master: John A. Oliveira. Owners: Luiz d'Oliveira, 
New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. 
Previously registered at Providence, R.I. Oct. 5, 1913. Sold to Lopes 
& Co. of St. Vincent, Cape Verde Islands, Mar. 3, 1915. 

357* ELECTRIC SPARK, s61i6oner, of Harwich. Registered Apr. 16, 1866 - 
../temporary. Place and date built not available. Sold as a prize 
by John S. Keyes, U.S. Marshal. 66,45 tons; length 75,6 ft., breadth 
23.6 ft., depth 7,5 ft. Master: Alfred Baker, amers: Alfred 
Baker 1/4, Theophilus Baker 1/4, Lindsey Nickerson l/4, Harwich; 
Benjamin Baker l/4, New Bedford. One deck, tvjo imsts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford July 7, 1865. 
(Cf. Vol. II) 



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358 Schooner, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 10, 1869 - 
permanent. Master: E.M, Cornell. CXmers: Gilbort cucl Giicon. iJLlen, 
New Bedford. Previously registered at New York Aug. 3, 1368. 

359 Scliooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 13, 1870 - 
permanent , 68.35 tons. J. & R. Allen, surveyors. 

360 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 12, 1871 - 
periiianent. IVfesterj George J. Parker. Previously enrolled at Nevj 
Bedford Aug. 25, 1871. 

361 ELISHA GIBBS , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 15, 1891 - 
pornianent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1861. 465. 4S tons; length 142.2 
ft., breadth 35.2 ft., depth 15.1 ft. Master: John H. Woods. Ovjners: 
John H. Woods 4/64, Elisha Gibbs 6/64, William J. Rotch 4/64, Estate 

of L. A. Plummer 4/64, Thomas Donaghy 3/64, John J. Hicks 4/64, 3state 
of Z.L. Adams 4/64, N.P. Brightman 2/64, Estate of H.W. Seabury 4/64 » 
G.H. Pollock 2/64, P.G. Thompson 5/64, John Driscoll l/64 , G.H. 
Springer 2/64, James Duddy l/54, Matthew Fisher l/64, Thomas R. Rodman 
1/64, Philip Lowe l/64. Estate of Andrew Donaghy 1/64, Horace VJood 
1/64, Joseph H. Dean l/64 , Charles F. Dean 1/64, A.S. Siirmons l/64, 
W.H. .Caswell 2/<34 , New Bedford; Harriet N. Perry l/24, John F. Perry 
1/48, Boston; H.H. Wilson 4/64, Philadelphia, Pa. One deck, three 
masts, elliptic stern, a figurehead. Previously enrolled at New 
Bedford Sept. 14, 1891. 

362 ELIZA AD AIvB, ship, of New Bedford. Registered July 19, 1867 - perma- 
nent. Built at Fairhaven in 1835. 408.34 tons; length 111.8 ft., 

'breadth 28.5 ft., depth 19.5 ft. Master". Caleb Hamblin. Owners: 
WilliaiTi G. Taber l/32, Edward C. Jones 4/32, Oliver Crocker and 
George 0. Crocker 4/32, Henry Taber 4/32, Horatio Hathaway 2/32, Henry 
T. Wood 2/32, Caleb Anthony 2/32, Allan & Whitney 1/32', Williara 
Gordon Jr. l/32, Henry'A. Taber l/32, New Bedford; Caleb A. Hamblin ■ 

• 4/32, John C. Hamblin 2/32, West Falmouth; Michael Gummiskey 2/32, 
Westport; Francis Hathaway 2/32, New York. Ti'JO decks, three roasts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford 
Oct. 16, 1865. (Of. Vol. I & II) 

363 Ship, of ■ New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 5, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Ms.stert John W. Cornell, Ovmers: William G. Taber 2/32, 
Henry Taber 4/32, Oliver A. Crocker and Geor^ 0. Crocker 4/32, 
Edward C. Jones 4/32, Horatio Hathaway 2/32, Francis Hathaway 2/32, 
Henry T, Wood 2/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, John VJ. Cornell 6/52, 
E.K. Taber l/32, Allan & '..liitney l/32, George F. Bartlett 2/32, New 
Bedford. 

364 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 15, 1879 - 
peri:ia.nent . Master: VJalter F. Howland. Owners: William G. Taber 
2/32, Henry Taber' 4/32, George 0. Crocker 6/32, Edward C. Jones 6/32, 
Horatio Hathaway 3/32, Francis Hathaway 3/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, 
Henry T. Wood 2/32, Estate of E.K, Taber l/32, George F. Bartlett 
2/32, Robert Allan l/32, Nfew Bedford* 

365 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct, 9, 1883 - permanent, 
387.92 tons. Ovjners: William G. Taber 2/32, Henry Taber 4/32, William 
Gordon Jr. 2/32, George 0. Crocker 8/52, Horatio Hathaway 5/32, 



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Francis Hathaway 5/32, Edvmrd D. Mandell 2/32, Charlos Taber 2/32, 
Estate of E.K. Taber l/52, Robert Allan 1/32, Now Bedford. Vessol 
broken up in 1897, 

ELIZA JANE F .)SChooner, of New York. Registt^red Aug. 15, 1866 - 
temporary. Place and date built not available. FornErly U.S. 
Government vessel. 51.35. tons; lengtli 68 ft,, breadth 20 ft., depth 
6 ft. Master: Samuel Watts. Owners: Samuel Watts, New York; R.E. 
Terry, Jersey City, N,J. One deck, two masts, sq.uare stern, a billet- 
head. Previously Onrolled at New York Aug. 16, 1865. 

ELIZA STEYSNS , brig, of Now Bedford. Registered Oct. 21, 1869 - 
permanent. Built at Cutler, Me. in 1866. 444.94 tons; length 125.2 
ft., breadth 30,8 ft., depth 15.5 ft. Master: Abraham Phinney. 
Owners: Sin^ison Hart 2/64, Nevj Bedford; Abraham Phinney 4/64, 
Jabez Phinney 2/64, Ebenezer F. Nye 4/64, Sandwich; Moses F. Stevens 
26/64, Andover; E.O. phinney l/64, Ifelrose; George P. Phinney l/64 , 
Boston; Isaac Wilder 4/64, Cutler,. Me.; Daniel D. Baker 10/64, 
Daniel T. Sampson 3/54, Alonzo P. Burritt l/64. New York; Levi Perry 
4/64, Baltimore, Md,; B,F. Williams 2/54, Philadelphia, Pa. Two 
decks, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered 
at New York June 14, 1867. 

ELIZABETH , bark, of Westport. Registered Jan. 30, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Baltimore, Md. in 1847. 202.73 tons; length 104 ft., 
breadth 25.5 ft., de^th 10,9 ft. Master: Hiram Francis, Owners; v 
Andrew Hicks 5/l5, Westport; John Hicks 5/16 ^ Richard Curtis l/l6 , 
Joseph G. Dean and James D. Driggs l/l6, John W. Sullings and George 
F, Kingman l/l5, Alexander Hicks l/32, New Bedford; Nathaniel Tomp- 
kins 1/15, Little Compton, R.I.; Alfred Richards l/52, Tiverton, 
R.I.; Frederick Tompkins l/32, Hamilton B. Tompkins l/32, Newport, 
R.I. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Vessel 
altered. Previously registered at New Bedford May 11, 1861. J.B. 
Smith, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 

ELIZABETH S'^flFT , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 20, 1868 - 
permanent. Built at Fairhaven in 1854. 326.64 tons; lengtli 119.4 
ft,, breadth 28,4 ft,, depth 16.9 ft. Master: George W. Bliven. 
Owners: Jireh Swift Jr. and Frederick S. Allen 6/16, Oli-ver Crocker 
and George 0. Crocker 3/16, Pardon Tillinghast l/l6 , Joseph Clark 
l/l6, Abraham Delano l/l6, John F. Swift l/l6, New Bedford; Humphrey 
H. Swift 1/16, New York; George W, Bliven 2/16, Westerly, R.I. Two 
decks, three masts, elliptic stern, a scroll head. Previously 
registered at San Francisco, Calif. Mar. 14, 1865. Vessel wrecked 
in 1871. (Cf. Vol. II) 

ELIZABETH T^ DOYLE , schooner, of Providence, R.I. Registered Oct. 18, 
1910 - temporary. Built at Boston in 1903. 660 tons; length 174.3 
ft., breadth 35 ft,, depth 18.4 ft. Jfester: Lewis Greene. O^mers: 
John J, Shanley 3/64, Tobias Burke, Thomas F. Monahan, Michael J, 
Houlihan, and John J. Shanley, Trustees 9/64, Tobias Burke 3/64, 



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Thomas F. Monahan 1/&4, Michael J, Houlihan l/64, George H. Pattee 
1/54, Ellen J. Shanley 2/54, Peter Greegan 2/64, E.T. Creegan l/54, 
A. Matthews l/54, Ruth W. Colley l/64, Y/.F. Millor l/64, Kate Coleman 
1/54, Edward Macauley l/54, D. Gorman l/64, C.A. Butman l/64, Estate 
of William Midwood 1/64, H. Mdvrood 2/64, G.T. Malmstead 2/64, Jennie 
I. McKenna 2/64, F.S. Manton 2/64, 0. Svranson l/64, J.H. IViacauley 2/64, 
T.A. 'Gorman l/64, E.E. Carpenter, Trustee l/64, L.E. Pease Co. 2/64, 
Charles E. Merrill 1/128, Providence, R.I.; J. Jencks l/o4, Ida R. 
Jencks 1/64, Newport, R.I.; J.H. Conant Co., Inc. 6/64, S.V/. Ladd l/64, 
John W. Moore 5/64, Boston; Cornelius A. Davis l/64, Somerset; B.3.M. 
Hall 1/128, Hinsdale; M.B. Colbert l/64, New York; G. Bickey l/54, 
Baltimore, Md. Two decks, four masts, elliptic stern, a billet head. 
Previously enrolled at Providence, R.I. Oct. 1, 1910, 

371 ELLEN LITTLE , schooner, of Boston. Registered Nov. 18, 1932 - temporary. 
Built at Rockland, Mo. in 1904. 807 tons; length 188.2 ft., breadth 
39,2 ft., depth 11,7 ft. Master: Henrlq^ue D. Rose. Owners; J. 
Vernon Riley 205/256, Anna E. Emiaons 1/&4, Lynn; Estate of Peter H. 
Crowell 1/256, David E. Riley l/l28 , Harry S. Lord l/l28, Boston; 
Jonas Reynolds l/64, Brockton; Anna G. Lord l/l2S, Everett; George G. 
Adams l/64, Lav/ronce; Agnes H. Morey l/64, Brighton; L.A. Dmiton 2/64, 
Boothbay Harbor, tfe.; Frank A. Morey l/l28, Lewiston, Ivfe.; J. Alton 
Mitchell 1/128, Abselon, Mo,; Amos D. Carver 1/64, Gustave W. ¥aldemar 
2/64, New York; Baltiiiiore Cooper Paint Co. l/64, Baltimore, Md. Two 
decks, four masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at Boston Nov. 8, 1952. 

372* ELLEN MORRISON , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 29, 1866 - perma- 
fient. Built at New Haven, Conn, in 1850. 150.18 tons; length 100 ft., 
breadth 24,4 ft,, depth 9,7 ft. Master: Presbury N. Luce. Owners: 
Joseph Knowles 4/32, Thomas Knowles 8/32, John P, Khowles 8/32, Thomas 
H. Knowles 3/32, John P. Knowles Jr, 2/32, John P, Jenney l/32, Edward 
Knowles 1/32, Sidney "w. Knowles l/32, Walter D. Svjan 1/32, New Bedford; 
James H. Knowles 2/32 , Seth Knovjles l/32, Easthara. Two decks, three 
masts, sq.uare stern, a billethead. Pr^viousljr registered at New York 
Jan. 5, 1854. George B. Richmond, surveyor. 

373 Bark, of Bangor, Me, Re-registered Apr. 9, 1872 - temporary. 
Master: Jacob D. Dodge. Owners: James A. avett, William A. Svjett, 
James M. Swett , Bangor, Me,; David ¥. Swett, Gloucester. 

374 SLLEIT RODLiAI\i , schooner, of New Bedford, Registered May 1, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built at Rochester in 1839. 73.18 tons; length 70.5 ft., 
breadth 21.9 ft,, depth 8 ft. Master: Thomas F. Lambert, Owners: 
George F, Wing 5/l6 , ThotES F. Lambert l/8, Henry Clay l/8, Ansel 
Tripp 1/8, Joseph Tripp l/l6, John C. Pease l/l6 , James Hammond 1/32, 
Dennis Stevens l/32, Obod F. Hitch l/8, Fairhaven, One deck, tivo 
masts, square stern, a female bust head. Previously enrolled at 

New Bedford Apr. 17, 1855. 

375 Schooner, of Fairhaven. Re-register^^ d Apr . 9, 1857 - perma- 
nent. O^vners: George F. Wing 7/32, Obed F, Hitch 4/52, Thorrfls F. 
Lambert 4/32, Ansel Tripp 3/32, Joseph Tripp 2/32, Joseph l.tillett 1/32, 



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384 Schooner, of Fairhaven, Re-registered Nov. 39, 1876 - 
permanent. Ifester: Charles Hi 'filbur. Owners: Tucker Damon Jr. 4/32 
Nathaniel S. Taber 4/32, Sllery Ti Taber 2/32, Ja:,ies I. Church 5/32, 
James Hammond l/32, Joshua Delano l/32, Fairhaven; Jabez H. Taber 
3/32, Acushnet ; Willard Gomey 2/32, Westboro; Charles H. Sturdy 2/32, 
James H. Sturdy 2/32, Albert 1)7. Sturdy 2/32, William P. Shaw 2/33, 
Attleboro; Abby E.-Huntoon 2/32, Providence, H.I. 

385 Schooner, of Fairhaven. Re-registered Aug. 5, 1878 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Tucker Damon Jr. 4/32, Nathaniel S. Taber 4/32, Ellery 
T. Taber 2/32, James I. Church 8/32, James Hamraond 1/32, Joshua Delano 
1/32, Fairhaven; Willard Comey 2/32, Westboro; Charles H. Sturdy 2/32, 
James H. Sturdy 2/32, Albert W. Sturdy 2/32, William P. Shaw 2/32, 
Attleboro; Abby E. Huntoon 2/32, Providence, R.I. 

386 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 14, 1879 - 
permanent. Master: Jasper M. Ears. Ovmers: Joshua C. Hitch 10/32, 
Jasper M. Ears 2/32, New Bedford; Ellery T. Taber 2/32, Joshua Delano 
1/32, Jeremiah H. Pease 2/32, John C. Pease l/32, Fairhaven; Willard 
Comey 2/32, Westboro; Charles H. Sturdy 3/32, James H. Sturdy 3/32, 
Albert W. Sturdy 3/32, William P. Shaw 3/32, -fi-ttleboro. 

387 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 16, 1880 - 
permanent. Owners: Joshua C. Hitch 7/32, Taber, Read & Gardner 
4/32, Jasper M. Ears 2/32, New Bedford; Albert W. Sturdy 3/32, James 
K. Sturdy 3/52, Chsirles H. Sturdy 3/32, Estate of' William P. Shaw 
3/32, Attleboro; Ellery T. Taber 2/32, Jeremiah H. Pease 2/32, John 
C. Pease 1/32, Frank E. Brovjn l/32, Joshua Delano l/52, Fairhaven. 

386 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 6, 1881 - 

permanent. Master: Robert P. Gifford. 0\/jners: Simeon Doane 3/4, 
New Bedford; Robert Pv Gifford 1/4, Falmouth. Vessel wrecked in 1882. 

389 ELLEN A. Sii'flFT, schooner, of Provincetovm. Registered June 6, 1900 - 
temporfiry. Built at Essex in 1882. 125 tons; length 86.5 ft., 
breadth 24 ft., depth 9 ft. Master: J. Emraons Dyer. Owners: 

■ J. Emmons Dyer, Provincetown. One deck, two masts, square stem, a 
billethead. Previously registered at Barnstable Apr. 29, 1696. 

390 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Mar. 9, 1912 - 
permanent. Master: George L. Dunham. Ovmers: John A. Dunham 2/6, 
Margaret k. Duhham 5/8, George L. Dunham I/8, New Bedford. Previously 
enrolled at New Bedford Apr. 28, 1905. 

391 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Feb. 8, 1913 - 
permanent. Oimevs: George L. Dunham 2/8, Margaret A. Dunham 0/8, 
New Bedford. Vessel lost vjith a crevj of fourteen on a vjhaling trip, 
Jan. 15, 1919. 

392 EMERA LD, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 3, 1912 - perma- 
nent. Built at Essex in 1864. 40 tons; length 62.8 ft., breadth 

19 ft,, depth 6.8 ft. Master: Antone 0. Rodrigues. Owners: Luiz 

d'Oliveira, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a 

billethead. Previously enrolled at Gloucester June 21, 1912. Sold 
to aliens at Brava, Cape Verde Islands, in Januai-y, 1913. 



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393#8- E]\gLY MORGAN , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 9, 1866 - periaa- 
••■^nent. Built at Freeport, Me. in 1832. 365.03 tons; length 114,6 
ft., breadth S7.7 ft., depth 17.5 ft. Master: Benjamin Dexter. 
Owners: Joseph V'Jing and William R. Wing 4/16, William J. Rotch 
5/16, Benjamin Almy l/l6, Amasa Whitney l/l6, Edvirard Gannon 1/16 , 
New Bedford; Benjamin S. Rotch 4/18, Boston, Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Vessel altered. Previously registered at 
New Bedford July 6, 1865. Lawrence Grinnell, surveyor, j^bandoned 
in Arctic Ocean in 1872. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

394 EMUIA C. JONES , ship, of NeW Bedford. Registered June 8, 1866 - 
permanent. Built at Fairhaven in 1849, 307.32 tons; length 105.8 
ft., breadth 27 ft., depth 16.9 ft. Master: Ezra Gifford. Owners: 
Edward 0, Jones IO/I6, Oliver Crocker and George 0, Crocker 4/16, 
William Watkins l/l5, John B. Little l/l5. New Bedford. Two decks, 
three masts, square stem, a billethead. Vessel altered. Previously 
registered at New Bedford Nov. 16, 1850. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

395 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 10, 1871 - perma- 
nent. Owners: William Watkins 3/15, Edward C. Jones 8/I6, Oliver 
Crocker and Creorge 0. Crocker 4/16, John B. Little I/I6 , New Bedford. 

396 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered lifey 31, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Master: Sj^ivanus B. Potter. Owners: William Watkins 4/16, 
Edward C. Jones 8/I6, Oliver Crocker and George 0. Crocker 4/l6 , 
New Bedford. 

397 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 22, 1879 - perma- 
nent. Ovmers: William Watkins 4/15, Edward C. Jones 8/I6, George 0. 
Crocker 4/lo, New Bedford. 

398 EMvIk G. BQ'JARDS, schooner, of Cemden, N.J. Registered Sept. 24, 1373 - 
temporary. Built at Goshen, N.J. in 1870. 200.64 tons; length 104.4 
ft., breadth 28.6 ft., depth 5.2 ft. I\feLster: Charles k. Winslovj. 
Ovmers: Philip M. Wheaton 15/16, Cape May, N.J.; Shubert & Cotting- 
ham 1/32, Samuel A. IVfcCaulley 1/32, Philadelphia, Pa. One deck, three 
masts, square stem, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Camden, N.J. 
Sept. 21, 1877. 

399 EMJA 0. CURTIS , schooner, of Provincetown. Registered Nov. 28, 1888 - 
temporary." Built at Essex in 1859. 61.47 tons; length 71 ft., 
breadth 21.3 ft., depth 7.2 ft. Master: George S. Johnson. O'^aiers: 
John Brown, Provincetown. One deck, two masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at Provincetown Nov. 9, 1888, 

400 BMviA AI'JD HELEN , schooner, of Providence, R.I, Registered Oct. 29, 
1915 - temporciry. Built at Esse:: in 1891. 62 tons; length 84.7 
ft., breadth 23 ft,, depth 9,2 ft. Master: Jaires F. Silva. Omers: 
James F. Silva, Providence, R.I. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Providence, R.I. Oct. 18, 1915. 

401 • Schooner, of Providence, R.I, Re-registered Mar. 21, 1919 - 

temporary. Previously enrolled at Providence, R.I. Sept. 11, 1918. 
Sold to Portuguese in 1925. 



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402 ENDEAVOUR , barkj of New York. Registered Nov. 13, 1868 - temporary. 
Built at Salem in IBOS. 231.62 tons; length 90.5 ft,, breadth 25.5 
ft,, depth 17.6 ft. Master: Henry P. Taber. Ovmers: Lorenzo 
Peirce 4/16, Nev; York; Jacob B. Hadley 4/l6, John Hicks 2/l6, Henry 
P. Taber l/l6, Joseph Clarke 2/16 j William 0. Brownell l/lo, William 
Peirce l/l&^ Thomas Luce 1/16, New Bedford. T^vo decks, three oasts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at San Francisco, 
Calif. Nov. 30, 1866. Broken up in 1873. (Cf. Vol, I & II) 

403 ERA , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 24, 1895 - perrfjanent. 
Built at Boston in 1847. 127,33 tons; length 90.5 ft., breadth 25.6 
ft,, depth 8.9 ft. Master: George Comer. Owners: Thomas Luce 
5/8, Charles T. Luce l/S, New Bedford; Joseph N. Hancox 2/8, Stoning- 
ton, Conn. One deck, two masts, square stern, a scroll head. Pre- 
viously enrolled at New London, Conn. May 4, 1895. 

404 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 28, 1897 - 
permanent. Owners: Charles T. Luce l/8, Thomas Luce 5/3, Thomas 
Luce & Co. 2/8, New Bedford. 

405 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 25, 1900 - 
permanent. Previously enrolled at New Bedford Jan, 18, 1900. 

406 Schooner, of Stamford, Conn. Re-registered July 18, 1906 - 
temporary. Ojmevs: F.N. Monjo, Stamford, Conn. Wrecked on the 
Island of Miquelon July 27, 1906. 

407 ERI'IEST T. LEE , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 29, 1919 - 
permanent. Built at Calais, Ivfe. in 1875. 139 tons; length 104 ft., 
breadth 27.5 ft,, depth 9 ft. Ivfester: John F. Pinna. Owners: 
Ernest Montrond 60/54, New Bedford; Estate of George W. Lord 2/64, 
Estate of Charles R. Hill 2/64, Calais, Me. One deck, two masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled Nov. 5, 1919 at 
Providence, R.I. Lost in 1920. 

408 ETHEL AND A DDIE, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 19, 1896 - 
permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1882. 86.02 tons; length 82.7 ft.; 
breadth 23.1 ft., depth 8 ft. Master: Antonio J. Lopes. Oi'mers: 
Antonio J. Lopes, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, 

a billethead. Previously enrolled at Portland, Me, Apr. 7, 1893. 
Sold foreign in 1897. 

409 EUGENIA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 13, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1836. 315.39 tons; length 111.4 
ft., breadth 27.4 ft,, depth 16.1 ft. Master: Daniel B. Nye. 
Owners: Frederick S, Allen and Jireh avift Jr, 13/32, Pardon Tilling- 
hast 2/15, Benjamin B. Covell l/l6, James H. Howland l/l5 , George 
Homer and Frederick HonEr l/l6 , Nathaniel Adams l/32, Abraham Delano 
l/l6. New Bedford; Adeline A. Williams l/l5 , Boston; N.S. Billings 
l/l5, Roxbury; Humphrey H. Svaft l/l6. New York. Ti'/o decks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New 
Bedford June 5, 1865. Abandoned in i^rctic Ocean in 1871. 

(Cf. Vol. II) 



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410 EUGENIA aivIEL IA., 'bark, of New Bedford. Registared Feb. 4, 19^2 - perraa- 
nent. Built at Duinbarton, Scotland in 1876. 957 tons; length 217.4 
ft., breadth 35.2 ft., depth 20.1 ft. Master: Luiz d'Oliveira. 
Owners: Luiz d'Oliveira, Nevj Bedford. Tvjo decks, three masts, elliptic 
stern, a figuretead. Formrly Danish bark CCRIC^iAlWS; later Panama 
bark TIBURON . 

411 " Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 24, 1923 - perma- 
nent. Master: John Oorrea. Qvvner: Januario 0. iU'rarantes, New 
Bedford. Sold to Portuguese in 1923. 

412 EUNICE H. ADAIvB, brife, of New Bedford. Registored June 17, 1872 - 
perroane'nt'. Built at Bristol, R.I. in 1845. 107.05 tons; length 81.3- 
ft., breadth 23.3 ft., depth 8 ft. Master: Hiram J. Cleveland. 
Ovmers: William Lewis 3/:i£> , John R. Thornton 2/l6, Ivory H. Bartlett Sc 
Sons 2/16, Alexander G. ]V^ick l/l6, A.L. Sylvia l/l6 , Baylies & 
Cannon 2/16, Chapman k Shurtleff l/l6. New Bedford; Hiram J. Cleveland 
4/16, Edgartown. One deck, two masts, square stern, a wonan bust head. 
Previously registered at Nantucket Lfer. 12, 1869 o 

413 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 30, 1874 - perma- 
nent, Iv5aster: '.irilliani C . Brovmell. Ovmers: William Lewis 5/32, 
A.L. Sylvia 2/32, Baylies & Cannon b/32, Alexander G. Lfyrick 2/32, 
Robert W. Bartlett l/52, Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons 4/2;^, John R. Thorn- 
ton 4/32, Chapman & Shurtleff 2/32, New Bedford; William C. Brownell 

■2/32, Westport; Felix G, Whitney 4/32, Attleboro. 

414 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 2, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Ivjaster: Leonard E. West. Owners: William Lewis 3/32, Alexander 
G. I/^ick 1/16, Chapman & Shurtleff l/l6 , A.L. Sylvia l/l6, John R. 
Thornton 2/l6, Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons 2/l6 , Baylies & Cannon 3/l6, 
Robert W. Bartlett 1/32, Cyrus H. Flanders l/32. New Bedford; George 

B. Whitney 2/15, North Attleboro ; Leonard E.'7fest 3/32, Dartmouth. 

415 Brig, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 14, 1878 - perma- 
nent. Owners: ".7illi am Lewis 3/32, Alexander G. I-I^'rick l/l6 , ChapnBn 

■ & Shurtleff l/l6 , A.L. Sylvia l/l&, John R. Thornton 2/16, Ivory 
H. Beirtlett & Sons 2/l6 , Alexander E. Seabury l/l6 , William Baylies l/l6 , 
Frances E. Cannon l/l6, Robert' W. Bartlett l/32, Cyrus H. Flanders l/32, 
New Bedford; Jolm H. Nickerson 3/32, Dartmouth; George B. VJhitney 2/l6, 
North Attleboro. 

416 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 28, 1878 - perma;- 
nent. Ivfester: Joseph W. Lavers. amers : William Lewis 3/16, 
Alexander G. MJTick 1/16, Chapiijan & Shurtleff l/l6 , A.L. Sylvia l/l& , 
John R. Thornton 2/l5 , Ivory K. Bartlett & Sons 2/16, Robert W. 
Bartlett l/32, Cyrus H. Flanders l/32, William Baylie s l/l5 , Alexander 
H. Seabury l/l6, Frances E. Cannon l/l6. New Bedford; George B. 
Whitney 2/l6 , North ^.ttleboro. 

417 EUROPA , ship, of NeW Bedford. Registered Oct. 22, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1851. 322.93 tons; length 114.5 ft., breadth 
28 ft., depth 17.2 ft. IVJaster: John G. Nye. Owners: Edward C. 
Jones 9/16, Oliver Crocker and George 0. Crocker 2/l6 , William J. 
Rotch 2/16, William Watkins l/lo, Caleb Anthony l/l6, George H. Dunbar 
1/16, New Bedford, Tviio decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously registered at San Francisco, Calif. Sept. 16, 1865. 



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Ship, of New Bedford, Re-registered Dec . 13, 1871 - perma- 
nent. Master: James H. IVbKeiizie. Owners: Charles Tucker £;/l5, James 
H. McKenzie 1/16 j Dartmouth; Edvjard G. Jones 2/l6, Amasa Whitney 2/l6, 
Thomas S. Hathaway 2/l6, Stephen G, Driscoll 2/l6, John McCullough l/lo, 
Isaac D. Hall l/lb, Alexander H. Seabury l/l6, Nevj Bedford; Benjamin B. 
Church l/l6, Gosnold; Samuel B. Hamblin l/l6, Acushnet. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registared Sept. 11, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Master: E. Penniman. Omers: tifilliaiTj. C.N. Swift, Ne^ Bedford. 
Vessel wrecked. 

5IJR0PA , bark, of Sdgt=a?tov/n. Registered Dec. 32, 1873 - temporary. 
Built at Cohasset in 1849. 437.5 tons; length 119.57 ft., breadth 27.56 
ft., depth 18.02 ft. Master: Rowland Gardner, Owners: Samuel Osborn 
Jr. 46/64, William H, Munro 14/64, Estate of Benjamin Worth 2/64, Edgar- 
tovmj Frederick W. Coffin 2/64, Brooklyn, N.Y. Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Edgartown Aug. 23, 
1866. 

Bark, of Boston. Re-registered July 13, 1881 - temporary. 
Master: C.G. Chadbourne. Ovmers: C.G. Chadbourne l/lS, Levi L. 
Willcott 1/16, Peter L. Willcott l/l6, George G. Grant l/32, Thomas A. 
Westcott l/l6, Leonard Covington 1/16, EphraimC. Davis l/l6, Boston; 
William Lewis l/l6, NeW Bedford; li'orrell Reed l/l6 , VJoolwieh, life.; 
Guy C. Goss 7/l6, Bath, lie.; Loud, Claridge & Co. 1/32, Baltimore, Md. 
Previously registered Nov. 20, 1877 at Boston. 

EVOLUTION , schooner, of Providence, R.I. Registered Apr. 18, 1919 - 
temporary. Built at Spencer's Island, Nova Scotia in 1889. 182 tons; 
length 107 ft., breadth 28.5 ft., depth 10.5 ft. Master: Manuel Pina 
Araujo. Owners: L.£Lnuel Pina Araujo, Providence, R.I. One deck, two 
masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Gloucester 
Feb. 20, 1919. 

EXPRE SS , schooner, of Iviarion. Registered May 18, 1868 - permanent. 
Built at Duxbury in 1846. 57.66 tons; length 71.4 ft., breadth 18.6 
ft., depth 7.9 ft. Master: Benjamin B. Handy. Oi'Vners: Benjamin B. 
Handy 3/l6, Stephen D. Hadley l/l5 , Isaac N. Hathaway l/l& , Peleg 
Blankenship l/l6, James T. Willett l/l6 , Ansel S.- Gurney l/l6 , Marion; 
Abby E. Huntoon l/l6, New Bedford; George F. Wing 2/l6 , James Hammond 
1/15 , Fairhaven; Thomas Webster l/lo, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Lucy K. Keith 
1/16, New York; Egbert T. Smith 2/l6 , South Haven, N.Y. One deck, two 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolls d at provincetovm 
Apr. 29, 1865. 

Schooner, of Provincetowh. Re-registered June 16, 1871 - 
temporary. Master: Daniel C. Cook. Ovmers: Daniel C. Cook, Thomas ' 
R. Whorf, Provincetown. Condemned and sold at St. Helena in 1830. 

F.H. MOOR E, brig, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 17, 1877 - permanent. 
Built at Chelsea in 1868. 106.75 tons; length 84 ft., breadth 23 ft., 
depth 9 ft. Master: Samuel P. Smith. Owners: Loum Snow Jr. 14/32, 
A.L. Sylvia 5/32, Frank Paul l/S2, New Bedford; Moses Sewall 4/3 2, 
E.T. Mlliken and Z.G, Milliken l/32, Desmond, Hill & Nickerson 1/32, 
Boston; Frederick Davis 6/32, Newton. One deck, tvjo masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at Boston May 12, 1873, Condemned 
and sold at St. Helena in 1880, 



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426 FAIRHAVEN , schooner, of Nevj Bedford. Registered Juno 9, 1924 - parma- 
nent . Built at Fairhaven in 1921. 172 tons; length 100.4 ft., breadth 
27.3 ft., depth 11 ft. Master: Jose H. Domingues. Owners: Jose M. 
Domingues, New Bedford. One deck, three imsts, round stern, a bill>jt- 
head. Previously registered at Providence, R.I. Oct, 18, 192^;. 
Beached in 1929 to be used as tea house. 

427 FiiLC ON, bark, of Nevj Bedford. Registered Oct. 21, 18o7 - permanent. 
Built at Medford in 1817. 28b. 59 tons; length 100.5 ft., breadth 
24.9ft., depth 16,2 ft. Master: Charles Allen, toners: Joseph 
Khowles 4/32, Thor^HS Khowles & Go. 2/32, ThoJiias laiovjles 4/32, John P. 
Knovvles 4/32, Chai'-les Hitch 3/32, Thon&s H. Knowles 3/32, Sylvanus 
Churchill 2/32, John P. Khowles Jr. 2/32, Joseph C. Knovjles 2/3 2, 
Wright Brownell l/32, Daniel M, Khowles l/5 2, Sydney 11. Khowles 1/32, 
Charles S, Knoi'jles 1/32, New Bedford; Seth Knowles 1/32, Eastham; 
Shubael C. Norton 1/32, Edgartown. Two decks, tliree jnasts, squa.re 
stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford July 31, 1855, 

428 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered May 13, 1872 - perma- 
nent. Ms.ster: Hezekiah Allen. ftjn:>rs: Joseph Khov/les 4/32, Thonas 
Khowles 4/3^:,, Jolin P, Khowles 4/32, ThocHS H. Knovjles 4/3 2, Thonas 
Khowles & Co. 2/32, Frederick F, Shav. 2/32, Sylvanus Churchill 2/32, 
John P. Khowles Jr. 2/32, Hezekiah Allen l/32, Joseph C. Khowles l/52, 
Wright Brownell 1/52, Daniel M. Knowles l/32, New Bedford; Charles S. 
Knovfl<:,s l/S2, Boston; Seth Khowles 1/32, IHastham; Shubael C. Norton 
1/32, Edgc;rtown; Sidney ¥. Knowles l/32, New York, 

429 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registeie d Oct. 25, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Master: A.O, Herondeen. Owners: Joseph Khowles 4/32, Thoims 
Khowles 4/32, Jolin P, Knowlcs 4/32, ThoiiBS H, Khowles 4/32, Thontis 
Knowles & Co, 2/32, Jolm P, Knowles Jr. 3/32, Frederick P, Shaw 2/32, 
Sylvanus Ch'orchill 2/52, Joseph C, ICnoxvles 1/32, Wright Bro^/mell l/32, 
Daniel M, Khowles l/32 , Now Bedford; Sidney ¥. ICnovJles l/32, New 
York; Charles 3. Knowles l/32, Boston; Seth Khowles 1/32, Eastham; 
Shubael C. Norton l/32, Edgartavn, 

430 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 23, 1882 - pernm- 
nent. Master: Pliny B, Eaaidy. Oi'mers: Tlioims H, Knowles 4/32, 
Estate of Tlioaias Khowles 4/32, John P, Knowles 6/52, Thomas Khowles & 
Co. 1/32, Estate of Josei3h Khowles 4/32, John P, ICno\jles Jr. 3/32, 
Frederick p. Shaw 2/32, Estate of Sylvanus Churchill 2/32, Joseph C. 
Khowles 1/32, Estate of Wright Brownc^ll l/32, Daniel M. Khov«les l/32. 
New Bedford; Sidney W. Khowles 1/32, New York; Charles S. Khovjles 1/52, 
Boston; Seth Khowles l/32, Eastham, 

431 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Oct. 50, 1882 - perma- 
nent. OiA/ners: Thoxnas H, Khowles 5/32, John P, Khowles 5/32, John P. 
Enowles Jr. 4/3 2, Estate of Joseph Khowles 4/32, Estate of Sylvanus 
Churchill 2/32, Frederick P. Shaw 2/32, Joseph C, KhovO.es l/32, 
Daniel M, Khowles l/32, New Bedford; Pliny B. Handy 2/32, Pocasset; 
Seth Knowles 1/32, Bastham; Charles S, Knowles l/32, Boston; Sidney W. 
Khowles 2/32, Nevj York; Mary E. Knowles 2/32, Oakland, Calif, 

432 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rogistored Apr. 22, 188b - perma- 
nent. 271,31 tons, ajners: Thomas H. Ivhowlus 6/32, Jolm P. Knowles 
6/32, John P, Knowles Jr. 5/32, Estate of Joseph I&xov/les 4/32, 



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Estate of Frddarick P. Shaw Z/ZZ, Joseph. C. Kriowlos l/o'^, Daniel M. 
Khovjlos 1/32, New Bodford; Charles 3. Knowlos l/S^, Boston; Pliny B. 
Handy 2/3<;:, Bourne; Sydney 'h'. Knowles 2/52, Nevj York; Mary S. Knowlos 
2/32, Oakland, Calif. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rtigi stored Juno IS, 1887 - peiriiia- 
nent. Owners: Phillip H. Reed 10/32, Dartraouth; Jolin P. Knoxvles 
2/32, Thomas H. Khovjles 2/32, John P. Khov;les Jr. 2/32, Estato of 
Joseph Knowlos 2/5 2, Rufus Randall 2/32, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, Edward 
E. Hitch 2/32, Estate of Frederick P. Shaw 2/32, New Bodford; Pliny B. 
Handy 4/32, Bourne; Sidney!. Knowles l/32, Now York; Ivkry E. Knowlos 
1/32, Oakland, Calif, .t^btinelonad as unfit in 1895. 

FAia ilE , schooner, of Provincotown. Registered July 28, 1897 - temporary. 
Built 'at Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1850. 48.73 tons; length 75 ft., breadth 
19 ft., depth 8,1ft. Master: imtone T. Pina. Owners: Abraham Azulay 
Provincotown. One deck, two masts, square stern, a plain head. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Nl;W York June 23, 1897. Sold foreign in 1007. 

FAHI-JIE BYRNES, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Dec. 1, 1877 - 
per^naxient . Built at Newb\.iry in 1871. 66.32 tons; length 74.2 ft., 
breadth 21.4 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Master: John S. Luce, avners: Joseph 
Oliveira 6/I6, John E. Luce 6/I6, Eroncisco Joseph 4/l6, New Bedford. 
One deck, tiivo masts, elliptic st>..rn, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at South Dennis Apr. 10, 1871. 

Schooner, of New Budford. Re-registered Oct. .s;?, 1879 - 
permanent, ifester: Antone Silva. O.Jners: Joseph Oliveira 0/I& , 
Antone Silva 4/16, Erancisco Joseph 4/16, "Jilliara Lewis 2/16, New Bedford. 

Schooner, of Naw Bedford. Re-registered x^pr. 19, 1832 - 
permanent. O'.jners: Joseph Olivoira 5/l6, Antone Silva 4/l5 , 3-eorge 
Chase 4/l6, "iiTilliaiii Lowis ^/l6, New Bedfoi-d. Yessel sold foreign in 
1884. 

. FANNIE _^IXE ATTOOD, gas screw, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 17, 
1921 - permEiiientV" Built at Essex in 1903. 84 tons; length 99.6 ft., 
breadth 24.3 ft., depth 11.6 ft. Master: Elizen B. Neves. Ovmars: 
Elizen B. Neves, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, 
no figurehead. Yassol rebuilt at G-loucuster in 1915. Previously enrolled 
at Boston Aug. 6, 1918. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 17, 1924 - 
pormfinent. Ovaiers: Elizen B. Neves l/3, Ernesto Montrond 2/5, Nevj 
Bedford. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registerod July 7, 1927 - 
permanent. I/kstar: Augusto Jose d'Affonseca. Owners: Ernesto Montrond, 
NeVJ Bedford. Vessel stranded at St. Nicholas, Cape Ycrde Island, in 1931. 

FANNY, bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 2'i, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at New York in 1822, 390.85 tons; length 112 ft., breadth 28.5 
ft., depth 17.85 ft. Lfester: James R. Hunting. 0\fiiers: Jiroh Svjift 
Jr. and Frederick S. Allen 11/5, J, Jamjs Henry Hov/land 3/3^, Estat. of 
'iillian r/ilcox I/I6, Joseph C. D^l^mo I/I6, George HoriEr and Frud.jrick 
Homjr I/I6, Nathaniel K. Swift I/I6, Now Bedford; Jolm Kehew I/I6, Boston; 



Estate of Hunry Foi"stur l/lS, EdvJin F. Adcmis l/lo, Cliarlostov/n; Edward 
Hovjland I/I6, Dartnouth; Rcbocca D. Swift I/I6, Ro:,:bury. Two decks, 
three masts, square stern, a bilXethoad. Previously registered at 
San Francisco, Calif. Nov. 26, 1867. 
442 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 19, 1669 - perraa- 

nent . blaster: LovJis w. Williarns. Ovmers: Jireli Swift Jr. and 
Frederick S. Allen 13/32, James Henry Hovjland 3/32, George Hoiior and 
Frederick Homer 2/32, Rebecca D. Swift 2/32, Nathaniel H. Swift 2/32, 
New Bedford; Edward Howland 2/32, Dartmouth; Estate of Henry Forster 
2/32, John Kehew 2/32, Edwin F. Adaras 2/32, Boston; Lowis 7J. 'Jilliams 
2/3 2, Wethersfield, Conn. Vessel wrecked in 1871. (Cf. Vol. II) 

'143 FAVORIIE , steamer, of Boston. Registered May 24, 1878 - temporary. 

Built at Boston in 1875. 73.99 tons; lenp^th 115 ft,, breadth 16 ft., 
depth 5.75 ft. IvJaster: E.M. Baker. Ovmers: ^-^dolphus Davis, Boston; 
Thomas R. Mies, vifareham. One deck, no masts, round stern, a straight 
head. Previously enrolled at Boston June 29, 1876. 

444 FLEB y.TING-, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 9, 1875 - 
permanent. Place ejid date built not available. Formerly British 
schooner RIPPLE . 59,22 tons; length 56.1 ft., breadth 20.9 ft., 
depth 0.5 ft. JVJaster: John J. Godinho. Owners: Narcizo D. Burgo, 
New Bedford. One deck, tvro masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Edgartown llaj 21, 1875. 

445 Schooner, of New Bedford, Re-registered lliay 15, 1878 - 
permanent, Oimers: Narcizo D. Burgo l/2, Jolm J. Godinho l/2. New 
Bedford. 

446 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 27, 1876 - 
perifianent . Master: Narcizo D. Burgo. Oiwners: Narcizo D. Bucgo, 
New Bedford. Sold foreign in 1878. 

447*^ FLHJETjVING , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 5, 1877 - permanent. 
Built at Port Jefferson, N.Y. in 1877. 327.52 tons; length 114.4 ft,, 
breadth 28.5 ft., depth 17.2 ft. Master: John HePpingstone . Ovmers: 
William R. "v*'ing and Joseph Wing 8/32, Ale.cander K. Seabury 4/32, 
J. & W.R, Wing & Co, 2/32, Charles Taber 2/32, Aciasa Whitney 2/32, 
Joseph Taber 2/32, William Thompson 2/32, Sarmel Watson l/32, Smith & 
Allen 1/32, Samuel C. Hart l/32, S,3. & F. l/kcy l/32, J.R. Shurtleff 
1/52, Peleg S, Wing l/32. New Bedford; Benjamin B, Church 2/32, 
Gosnold; John Heppingstona 2/32, South Yarmouth. T-^vo decks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead, 0, Smalley, surveyor. ViFrecked in 
Arctic Ocean Aug. 4, 1888, 

448 FLQEI A L. NIGJ^SON* schooner, of Boston. Registered June 7, 1916 - 

permanenT. Built "at Essex in 1394, 63 tons; length 92.8 ft., breadth 
24.2 ft,, depth 9.8 ft. Master: Hipolito Brito. Owners: David W. 
Simpson, Boston. One deck, tvjo masts, elliptic stern, a gam-aon head. 
Previously enrolled at New York Apr. 9, 1913. Sold to Portuguese 
I^y 30, 1917. 



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449 FLORENCE NiaiiTINGA LS, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 24, 
1900 - permanent. Built at Gloucester in 1055. 38 tons; length 60,8 
ft., breadth 18.45 ft,, depth 6.8 ft. Master: Anthony P, Benton. 
Owners: Anthony P. Benton, New Bedford, One deck, two jiaasts, elliptic 
stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Provincetovm Oct, 8, 1900, 
Foundered in 1901, 

450 FLORIDA , schooner, of Boston. Registered Apr, 4, 1866 - trraporary. 
Built at Brookhaven, N.Y. in 1845, 117.44 tons; length 84.4 ft., 
breadth 24,3 ft,, depth 8,9 ft. Master: J.L, Stanley. Owners: 
Soule & Arrington l/l6 , Charles H. Soule 3/l5 , Boston; Frederick A. 
Allen 5/8, Brooklin, Me.; J. Gilrian Reed 1/8, Searsport, lib. One deck, 
two laasts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Dennis 
Mar. 7, 1865. 

451 FLORIDA , bark, of New Bedford. Registeied May 24, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Haddam, Conn, in 1827. 323.78 tons; length 103,5 ft., 
breadth 27.5 ft., depth 17.8 ft. Master: Nathaniel P. Gray. Ovmers : 
William G. Taber 2/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Henry Taber 4/32, 
Edward C. Jones 8/32, William J. Rotch 4/52, Horatio Hathaway 2/32, 
Allan & Whitney l/52, S.B. & F. Macy l/52, Edward Cannon 1/32, 
Edmund HfexfieM l/32. New Bedford; Nathaniel P. Gray 4/32, Fall River; 
Frank Hathaway 2/3 2, New York. TiiJO decks, three masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford Apr. 10, 1863, 
Condemned and sold abroad in 1870. (Cf. Yol. I & II) 

452 * FRAI^'CES A. BARSTO W, brig, of New Bedford. Registered June 27, 1877 - 

permanent. Built"at New Bedford in 1877. 127.57 tons; length 83.1 
ft., breadth 23.52 ft,, depth 10.9 ft. Master: Philip H. Reed. 
Owners: Philip H. Reed 20/64, Dartmouth; Thomas H. Mayhew 8/64, Fall 
River; George Pickens 8/64, Noah Tripp 4/64, Oliver E. Gifford 4/54, 
Otis A. Sisson 4/64, Rufus Randall 4/64, Bartlett Allen 2d 2/64, 
New Bedford; Mrs. Frances A. BarstovJ 6/64, Jacob p. Barstow 4/64, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. One deck, two masts, square stern, a figurehead. 
0. Si^ialley, surveyor. 

453 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 20, 1881 - perma- 
nent. 121,19 tons. OT/vners: Philip H. Reed 24/84, Dartmouth; Geor^ 
Pickens 8/64, Noah Tripp 4/64, Oliver E. Gifford 4/64, Otis A. Sisson 
8/64, Rufus Randall 4/64, Bartlett Allen 2d 2/64, New Bedford; Jane 
Wilson Barstow 6/64, Bridg^water; Mrs. Frances A. Barstow 4/64, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

454 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 1, 1883 - permanent. 
Owners: Philip H. Reed 28/54, George Pickens 10/64, Noah Tripp 4/64, 
Otis A. Sisson 8/64, Rufus Randall 4/64, New Bedford; Jane Wilson 
Barstav 6/64, Bridgewater; Mrs. Frances A. Barstcrw 4/64, Brooklyn, N.Y, 

455 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr, 30, 1885 - perma- 
nent. Master: Lemuel H. Fisher. Owners: Philip H. Reed 12/64, 
Dartmouth; George Pickens 10/54, Noah Tripp 4/64, Otis A. Sisson 8/64, 
Rufus Randall 4/64, New Bedford; Jane Wilson Barstow 6/64, Bridgewater; 
Mrs. Frances A. Barstow 4/64, Brool-clyn, N.Y. ; Phebe T. Fisher 16/64, 
Providence , R.I. 



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455 Brig, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered Nov. t;2, 1886 - perraa- 

nent . Master: '/Jilliam F. Ifecomber. Ovmers: Philip H. Reed 8/64, 
George Pickens 10/64, William F. Ifecomber 4/64, Noali Tripp 4/64, 
Otis A. Sisson 8/64, Rufus Randall 4/54, New Bedford; Jane 'Jilson 
Barstovi) 6/64, Bridgev^rater; Phebe T. Fisher 16/54, Providence, H.I.; 
tfrs. Frances A. Barstow 4/64, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

457 Brig, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered June 10, 1889 - perioa- 
nent . Master: John S. Reynolds. Ovmers: Leander Brightnian and 
F.R. BrightiTian 10/32, Gilbert Allen 16/32, Ant one L. Sylvia 4/32, 
Rufus Randall 2/32, New Bedford. 

458 Brig, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 22, 1897 - 
permanent. Ifester: William B. IVfcCoy. Owners: William B. McCoy, 
KetJ Bedford. Sold foreign in 1901. 

459 FRANCES A. BRO OES, schooner, o.f New Bedford. Registered Nov. 3, 1898 
permanent. Built at I'^rstic, Conn, in 1868. 23 tons; length 56.2 ft., 
breadth 18.4 ft., depth 7.9 ft. lAaster: Libino D. Burgo. Otmers: 

J. A. Silva, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at Stonington, Conn. Oct. 20, 1898. 
Sold foreign in 1898* 

460 FRANCIS ALLYR , schoon-jr, of New Bedford. Registered June 10, 1889 - 
permanent. Built at Duxbury in 1369. 101.35 tons; length 85.4 ft., 
breadth 22.3 ft., depth 8.6 ft. Master: Joseph B. Foster. Ovmers: 
Thomas Luce 4/32, New Bedford; C.A. Williams 9/32, Joshua C. Learned 
1/32, Joseph J. Fuller 8/32, New London, Conn.; Ebenezer Morgan 5/32, 
Groton, Conn.; Mary M. Foote l/32, Oxford, Pa.; Robert R. Willets 
3/32, New York; John D. Reinhardt l/32, Alma, Ark. One deck, two 
masts, elliptic stem, a billethead. Previously registered at New 
London, Conn. Aug. 1, 1887. 

461 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 30, 1890 - 

permanent. Master: Joseph J. Fuller. Oivners: Thomas Luce 8/l6, 
New Bedford; Joseph N. Hancox 5/l6, Nathaniel Hancox l/l6, Stoning- 
ton, Conn.; Joseph J. Fuller 2/l6, Nevj Lon.don, Conn. 

462 Schooner, of Naw Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 22, 1893 - 
permanent. 105.7 tons; length 85.4 ft., breadth 22.3 ft., depth 
9.5 ft. Master: Joseph J. Fuller. Owners: Thomas Luce 8/l6, 
New Bedford; Joseph N. Hancox 5/l6, Nathaniel Hancox 1/16 , Stoning- 
ton, Conn.; Joseph J. Fuller 2/l6 , Nevj London, Conn. 

463 Schooner, of New Bedford, Re-registered July 6, 1897 - 
permanent. Master: Arthur 0. Gibbons. Oivners: Charles T. Luce 
2/l6, Thomas Luce 6/l6 , Thomas Luce & Co. 8/l6, New Bedford. 
Destroyed by fire in Hudson Bay off Cape Fullerton July 15, 1902. 

464 FRAEK BRAINERD , schooner, of Boston. Registered Nov. 14, 1936 - 
temporary. Built at Rockland, Ivfe . in 1908. 244 tons; length 121.4 
ft., breadth 30.5 ft., depth 8,5 ft. Master: B3n".iaiTiin Costa. 
Owners: Eugenio da Roza l/2, Boston; Manuel C. Lopes l/2, ifershfield. 
One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously 
registered at Rockland, Me. Apr. 9, 1936. 



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465 FRAMLIN , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 28, 1876 - 
permanent. Built at Eastport, Rfe, in 1833. 76.82 tons; length 
72.5 ft., breadth 19 ft,, depth 8,6 ft. Master: David B, Sprague. 
Owners: 'uTi Hi am Lewis 4/l6, E.B. & F. Macy l/l6, R.W. Bartlett 
1/16, J.K. Sherman l/l6 , E.T. Shemian l/l6, W.D. Swan l/l6, New 
Bedford; A. Codding Jr. 2/16, H.B. Davenport l/l6, Joseph N. 'nfeaver 
1/16, W.D. Wilmarth 2/l6 , Attleboro; Benjamin B. Church l/l6 ,Gosnold. 
One deck, two masts, square stern, a knee head. Previously registered 
at New London, Conn. July 21, 1873. 

466 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 24, 1878 - 
permanent, tester: Erastus Church Jr. Owners: William Lewis 4/l& , 
E.B. & E. Macy l/l5 , R.W. Bartlett l/l6, W.D. Swan l/l6, William N. 
Church 1/16, Alexander G. l^ick l/l6, New Bedford; A. Codding Jr. 
2/16, H.B. Davenport l/l6 , Joseph N. "Weaver l/l6 , W.D. Wilmarth 2/l6 , 
Attleboro; Benjamn B. Church l/l6, Gosnold. 

467 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 12, 1880 - 
permanent. Master: James A. Payne, Owners: William Lewis 6/32, 
E.B. & E. Macy 2/32, R.W. Bartlett 2/32, W.D. Sivan 2/32, William N. 
Church 2/32, Simeon Doane 2/32, Alexander G. L'^rick 2/32, New Bedford; 
A. Codding Jr. 4/32, W.D. Wilmarth 4/32, Attleboro; Benjamin B. 
Church 2/32, Gosnold; Stark Totman 2/32, Boston; 31isha G. Macomber 
1/32, Adin H. Macomber l/32, Westport. 

468 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 17, 1882 - 
permanent. Master: James E. Avery. Ownars: Henry Clay 1/2, James 

E. Avery l/2, Nev; Bedford. Condemned and broken up in 1893. 

469 FREDERICK ROESSN ER, schooner, of New Bedford, Registered Apr, 2, 
1904 - permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1890. 326 tons; length 
144.6 ft., breadth 33 ft., depth 11.1 ft. Master: Andrew A. Cory. 
Owners: Andrew A. Cory 6/64, Timothy C. Allen 4/64, Olin S. Paine 
1/64, Peleg H. Sherman 2/64, Daniel W. Baker 2/64, Charles R. 
Cornell 2/64, Ja.iEs F. Avery 2/54, Michael A. Baker 2/64, Calvin J, 
Slocum 2/64, Benjamin D. Cleveland 2/64, Antone L. Sylvia 4/64, 
Andrew B, Chase 2/64, Lemuel White 2/64, Williaiu B. Jenney 2/64, 
Charles T. Searell 2/64, Elisha II. Fisher 2/64, John B. Sherman 
2/64, Allen H, Wordell 2/64, Henry W, Mason 2/64, New Bedford; 
Joseph C, Allen 1/64, Vfestport; G. Fred Davis l/64. Fall River; 
William H, Reynard 2/64, Gilbert N. Collins 4/54, Dartmouth; Thomas 
D. Dexter 2/64, Ivfettapoisett ; Henry C. Hopkins 2/64, Marion; Emily 

F. Gifford 1/64, Lewis E, Gifford l/64, Arlington Craig 1/64, 
Zenas Winsor l/64, Henry A. Gifford l/64, Henry B. Gifford 2/64, 
Fairhaven. One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at NevJ Bedford Oct. 2 2, 1903, 

470 Schooner, of New Bedford, Re-registered Mar . 21, 1906 - 
permanent. Previously enrolled at Brunswick, Ga. Jan. 17, 1906. 

471 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registerad Aug. 10, 1906 - 
permanent. Previously enrolled at New Bedford ll^y 28, 1906, 

472 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Mar, 20, 1907 - 
permanent, Ovmers: Andrew A. Cory 6/64, Tirnothy C, Allen 4/64, 
Olin S. Paine l/64, Daniel W. Baker 4/64, Charles R. Cornell 2/54, 
James F. Avery 4/64, Mchael A. Baker 2/64, Calvin J. Slocum 2/64, 



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Benjamin D. Cleveland a/64, Antone L. Sylvia 4/64, Andrev; B. Chase 
2/64, Lemuel White 2/64, ¥illiaiQ B. Jenney 2/64, Charles T. Searell 
2/64, Elisha H. Fisher 2/64, John B. Sherman 2/64, Allen H. '.Vordell 
2/64, New Bedford; Joseph C. Allen l/64, Westport; G. Fred Davis 1/64, 
Fall River; William H. Reynard 2/64, Arline F. Collins 4/64, Dartmouth; 
Thomas D. Dexter 2/64, ]V]attapoisett ; Henry C. Hopkins 2/64, J/Iarion; 
Emily F. Gifford 1/64, Lewis E. Gifford l/64, Arlington Craig 1/64, 
Zenas Winsor l/64, Hsnry A. Gifford l/64, Henry B. Gifford 2/64, 
Fairhaven. Previously enrolled at Savannah, Ga. Jan. 12, 1907. 

473 Schooner, of New Bedford. He-registered Aug. 10, 1907 - 
permanent. Owners: Andrew A. Cory 6/64, Timothy C. Allen 4/64, 
Olin S. Paine 1/64, Daniel W. Baker 4/64, Charles R. Cornell 2/64, 
James F. Avery 4/64, Michael A. Baker 2/64, Calvin J. Slocum 2/64, 
Benjamin D. Cleveland 2/64, Charles T. Searell 2/64, Elisha H. 
Fisher 2/64, John B. Sherman 2/64, Williara B. Jenney 2/64, Antone L. 
Sylvia 4/64, Andrew B. Chase 2/64, Lemuel White 2/64, Allen H. 
Wordell 2/64, Neiv Bedford; Joseph C. Allen l/64 , VJestport; G. Fred 
Davis 1/64, Fall River; "williiun H. Reynard 2/64, Arline F. Collins 

'4/64, Dartmouth; Thomas D. Dexter 2/64, Mattapoisett ; Henry C. 
Hopkins 2/64, Rkrion; Lewis E. Gifford l/64, Arlington Craig 1/64, 
Zenas ViTinsor l/64, Henry A. Gifford l/64, Henry B. Gifford 3/64, 
Fairhaven. Previously enrolled at New Bedford Iifey 27, 1907. 

474 Schooner, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered llhr . 13, 1908 - 
permanent. Owners: Andrew A. Cory 6/64, Timothy C. Allen 4/64, 
Olin S. Paine l/64, Daniel W. Baker 4/64, Charles R. Cornell 2/64, 
Jaraes F. Avery 4/64, Mchael A. Baker 2/64, Calvin J. Slocum 2/64, 
Benjamin D. Cleveland 2/64, Charles T. Searell 2/64, Elisha H. 
Fisher 2/64, John B. Sherman 2/64, Williaia B. Jenney 2/64, Antone L. 
Sylvia 4/54, Andrew B. Chase 2/64, Lemuel White 2/64, Allen H. 
Wordell 2/64, New Bedford; YBlvj A. Allen l/64, Westport; G. Fred 
Davis 1/64, Fall River; William H. Reynard 2/64, Arline F. Collins 
4/64, Dartmouth; Thomas D. Deleter 2/64, Iv!iattapoisett ; Henry C. 
Hopkins 2/64, Iferion; lewis E. Gifford l/&4 , Arlington Craig l/64 , 
Zenas Winsor l/64 , Henry A. Gifford 1/64, Henry B. Gifford 3/64, 
Fairhaven. Previously enrolled at Savannah, Ga. Dec. 24, 1907. 

475 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 11, 1908 - 
perfiianent. Previously enrolled at New Bedford Ivfey 21, 1906. 

475 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registeied Ifer. 12, 1909 - 

permanent. Master: Harold P. Lewis. Owners: Harold P. Lewis 4/64, 
Andrew A. Cory 2/64, Timothy C. Allen 4/64, Olin S. Paine l/64, 
Daniel W. Baker 4/64, Charles R. Cornell 2/64, James F. Avery 4/64, 
Ifichael A. Baker 2/64, Calvin J. Slocum 2/64, Benjamin D. Cleveland 
2/64, Charles T. Searell 2/84, Elisha H. Fisher 2/64, John B. Sherman 
2/54, William B. Jenney 2/64, Antone L. Sylvia 4/54, Andrew B. Chase 
2/64, Lemuel White 2/64, Frank M. Sparrow, Trustee, 2/64, New Bedford; 
Mary A. Allen 1/64, Westport; G. Fred Davis l/54, Fall River; William 
H. Reynard 2/64, Arline F. Collins 4/54, Dartmouth; Thojms D. Dexter 
2/54, Mattapoisett; Henry C. Hopkins 2/54, Marion; Lewis E. Gifford 
1/64, Arlington Craig l/54, Zenas Winsor 1/64, Henry A. Gifford l/64, 
Henry B. Gifford 3/64, Fairhaven. Previously enrolled at New Bedford 
Nov. 3, 1908, 



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477 FP'F^'f: wind , schooner, of Portsmouth, N.H. Registered Mar. 18, 1874 - 
teraporary. Built at Portland, Conn, in 1860. 144.79 tons; length 
106.2 ft., breadth 24.2 ft., depth 7.8 ft. Master: George Frisbee. 
Owners: Henry Frisbee l/32, Charles VJ. Frisbee l/52, Georgs Frisbee 
2/32, Kittery, Ivfe.; John R. Holbrook 2/32, Thomas '2. Call 2/32, 
Charles E. Dixon 2/32, Benjamin F. Rice 1/32, Josiah G. Hadley 2/5 2, 
Henry L. Garrett 2/32, James vT. Pratt 2/32, James P. Bartlett l/32, 
Thomas H. Ruler and 'tV.VJ. Cdlther l/32, Amos Rand l/32, Francis J. 
Wilson 1/52, Jesse E. Frisbee 2/32, Charles E. %-ers and Charles E. 
Sampson 4/52, William Hunter 1/32, John Conlon 1/52, Portsmouth, 
N.H.; Estate of J.C. Philbrick l/32. Rye, N.H.; Frank W. Hall 2/32, 
South Bervjick, Me. One deck, three masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at Portsmouth, N.H. Mar. 21, 1870. 

478 FR^iffilT, schooner, of Nevj Bedford. Registered Nov. 1, 1899 - perma- 
nent. Built at Ipswich in 1862. 88 tons; length 77.2 ft., breadth 
.22.8 ft., depth 8.5 ft. Master: A.J. Senna. Ovmers: Mary E. Jenney, 

- New Bedford. One deck, two masts. sq.uare stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at New Bedford Apr. 14, 1896. 

479 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 12, 1901 - 
periiianent . Master: Joao P. da Gamboa. Owners: Ant one L. Sylvia, 
New Bedford. Previously enrolled at Stamford, Conn. July 29, 1901. 

480 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 25, 1903 - 
permanent. Master: Joao Jose d'Oliveira. Ovmers: Joao Jose 
d'Oliveira, New Bedford. Vessel foundered in August, 1904. 

481 FURI.IALJ L. feELFORD, schooner, of Philadelphia, Pa. Registered Jan. 24, 
1864 - temporary. Built at Millville, N.J. in 1877. 559.38 tons; 
length 140 ft., breadth 35 ft., depth 12 ft. Master: James S. 
Little, Owners: James 3. Little 8/32, A.H. Stillwell 2/32, R.T. 
I#Lul & Co. 1/32, Philip Ford 8/32, Francis Reeves 4/32, Philad-jlphia, 
Pa.; I/laurice Reeves l/52, Samuel Mskelly l/32, Mulford Reeves 

1/32, F.L. Mulford & Co. l/32, R.S. Mulford 5/64, Camden, N.J.; 
Mary M. Ely 4/64, De l/jbtt Shaw l/64, Milford, Del. One deck, three 
masts, elliptic stern, a scroll head. Previously en-rolled at 
Philadelphia, Pa. Aug. 30, 1863. 

482 GALE I<fA, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered July 8, 1872 - perma- 
nent". Built at Essex in 1862. 115.92 tons; length 88 ft., breadth 
23.8 ft., depth 9 ft. Master: Manuel T. Sylvia. Owners: Antone 
Thomas, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at Boston Mar. 8, 1871. 

483 Schooner, of NeVJ Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 9, 1873 - 
permanent. Waster: Jose Silva. 'Owners: Manuel P. Ifechado Jr., 
Nevj Bedford. Vessel sold foreign. 

484 GAY HEAD , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 11, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Built at Rochester in 165^^. 300.5 tons; length 111.6 ft., 
breadth 27.9 ft., depth 16.8 ft. Ifester: Robert P. Gifford. 
Owners: James B. 'Wood and Charles L. Wood 5/16, Oliver Crocker and 
George 0. Crocker 4/l6, Charles L. VIood 4/l6, Joseph A. Beauvais 
1/16, New Bedford; William H. Kelley I/I6, Binghampton, N.Y. 



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Two decks, three masts, square stern, an Indian head. Previously 
registered at New Bedford July 10, 1865. Abandoned in Arctic Ocean 
in 1871. (Of. Vol. II) 

485* GAY HEAD , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 38, 1877 - permanent. 
Built at Ivlattapoisett in 1877. 265.29 tons; length 110.7 ft., breadth 
25.9 ft., depth 15.1 ft. Ifester: J.H. Jenney. Ovraers : Benjamin T. 
Cummings 4/52, Charles H. Gifford 14/32, Simeon Doane 8/32, Frederick 
S. Allen 2/32, Nathaniel Adams 2/32, James D. Driggs l/32. Now Bedford; 
Jonathan H. Holmes l/32, Mattapoisett . Ttjo docks, three masts, square 
stern, an. eagle head. 0. Smalley, surveyor, 

486 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 24, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Master: W.H. Mitchell. Ovmers: Frederick S. Allen 2/32, 
Benjamin T. Cummings 4/32, Siiiieon Doane 4/32, Nathaniel Adams 2/32, 
James D. Driggs l/32, Slizabeth Gifford 4/32, Rhoda T. Gifford 6/32, 
Jonathan F. Gifford 6/32, Charles H. Gifford 2/32, New Bedford; 
Jonathan H. HolriBS l/32, Mattapoisett, 

487 • Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 5, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Ifester: Reuben vJ. Crapo. Dimmers: John P. Knowles 2d 1/4, 
New Bedford; Albert 0. Smith l/4, Benjamin Dickerman 1/4, Hugh 
Mawhinney 1/4, Boston. 

488 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 10, 1888 - perma- 
nent. 252.03 tons. Master: Andrew R, Heyer, Ovmers: Thomas Luce 
8/l6, Henry Clay 4/l5, Andrew R, Heyer 2/l6, Rebecca K. Heyer 2/l6, 
New Bedford. 

489 Bark, of San Francisco, Calif. Re-registere d Aug. 26, 1892 - 
temporary. Lfhster: D.^I. Gifford. Owners: Wright, Bro\me & Co., 

San Francisco, Calif. 

490 G.A7FTJ.F, , ship, of New, Bedford. Registered Aug. 14, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Mattapoisett in 1852. 273.29 tons; length 103.3 ft., breadth 
27.2 ft,, depth 16.3 ft. Master: David R. Gifford. Owners: Edward 
C. Jones 15/16, David R. Gifford l/l6, New Bedford. Tvio decks, three 

■ masts, square stern, a billethead. Vessel altered. Previously 
registered at New Bedford Aug. 23, 1862. J.B. Smith, surveyor. 
(Of. Vol. II) 

491 Bark, of N3W Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 24, 1870 - 
■ permanent . 

492 Bark, of Ne'<7 Bedford. Re-registered June 28, 1875 - perma- 
nent, ifester: Andrew J. Mosher, Owners: Jireh Swift and Frederick 
S. Allen 8/16, Nathaniel Adams I/I6, Otis A. Sisson I/I6, S.B. & F. 
Macy I/I6, Edward S. Taber I/I6 , New Bedford; Isaac Sweetzer 2/l6, 
Boston; Israel Macomber I/I6 , Vfestport; William B. Macomber I/I6, 
Dartmouth. 

493 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 10, 1880 - perma- 
nent. Master: Eugene A. Ludlov/. Ovmers: Jireh Svdft and Frederick 
S. Allen 9/I6, Nathaniel Adams l/l5, Otis A. Sisson I/I6, S.B. & F. 
Macy I/I6 , Edward S. Taber I/I6, New Bedford; Israel tfe.com.ber l/lo , 
Westport; Isaac Sweetzer 2/l6 , Boston. 



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GENERAL SCOTT > ship, of Fairhaven. Registered Oct. 5, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Fairha-ren in 1839. 315.01 tons; length 103.5 ft., breadth 
21 ft., depth 18.1 ft. JVlastert ViTilliam Washburn, avners: Isaiah F. 
Terry 5/3^', George F. Tripp 8/32, Philemon Fuller 4/32, Hiram Tripp 
2/32, William Washburn 2/32, Estate of Lemuel C. Tripp 2/32, Jarrs s S. 
Robinson 2/32, Frederick M. Fuller 1/32, Fairhaven; Daniel Goodnow 
2/32, Boston; William Clark 4/32, Fort Plain, N.Y. Tvjo decks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New 
Bedford Oct. 17, 1865, (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Bark,, of Fairhaven. Re-registered June 9, 1871 - permanent. 
IVlaster: Henry P. Taber. Owners; Isaiah F. Terry 3/32, George F» 
Tripp 2/32, Hiram Tripp 2/32, Estate of Lemuel C. Tripp 2/32, Philemon 
Fuller 2/3 2, Frederick M. Fuller 1/32, Phineas E. Merrihew 6/32, Fair- 
haven; Henry P. Taber 6/32, Darius F. Gardner 2/32, New Bedford; Daniel 
Goodnow 2/52, Boston; William Clark 4/32, Fort Plain^ N.Y. Jaraes V. 
Coz, inspector. 

Bark, of Fairhaven. Re-registered Apr. 2, 1875 - permanent. 
Owners: Isaiah F. Terry 3/32, George F. Tripp 5/32, Hiram Tripp 2/32, 
Estate of Lemuel C. Tripp 2/52, Philemon Fuller 3/32, Phineas E. 
JVferrihew 8/32, Fairhaxen; Henry P. Taber 6/32, Darius P. Gardner 2/32, 
New Bedford; Daniel Goodnow 2/32, Boston. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 7, 1875 - permanent. 
Master: Charles H. Robbins. Owners: John T. Richardson 19/32, Charles 
H. Robbins 4/32, John H. Gifford 4/32, Joshua B. Winslow 4/32, George 
E. Dean l/32, New Bedford. Condemned and broken up in 1884. 

GENERAL SCOTT , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 29, 1895 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1861. 62,28 tons; length 68.4 ft., 
breadth 20.3 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Master: Manuel Jose A. Androde. 
Owners: Mary J. Monteiro, New Bedford. One dock, two masts, square 
stern, a billethead. Proviously enrolled at Now Bedford A.pr. 18, 1895. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Ro-registcrod June 5, 1896 - 
.permanent. Mastcir: John D. Loighton. Owners: A. J. de Senna l/2, 
Mary J. Monteiro 1/2, New Bedford. 

GEORGE CHURCHtjIftU , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 31, 1919 - 
permanent. Built at Greensboro, Md. in 1874. 242 tons; length 
120.6 ft., breadth 31.1 ft., depth 9.7 ft. Master: Antone Freitas. 
Owners: The Portuguese American Navigation Co., New Bedford. One 
deck, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at Boston Sept. 11, 1918. Vessel lost in 1921. 

GEORGE HOWLA[^lD , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 17, 1866 - 
permanent. Built at New Bedford in 1834. '373 89/95 tons; length 
109 ft. 2 in., breadth 27 ft. 8-^ in., depth 13 ft. 10^ in. Master; 
Robert Jones. Owners: Matthew Eowland 5/8, George Howland 2/3, Trus- 
tees of Charles W. Howland l/8, Nevj Bedford. TjJO decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Nov; Bedford 
June 3, 1852. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Ship, of Nov; Bedford. Ro-rogisterad Aug. 6, 1866 - perma- 
nent. 361.47 tons; length 108 ft,, breadth 29.5 ft., depth 18.8 ft. 
i/Iastcr: Jaraes H. ICnowlcs. J, B. Smith, surveyor. 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re- registered Sept. 20, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Vessel abandoned in Arctic Ocean in 1871. 

OEORGS D. EDM'\JMD3 , schooner, of Boston. Registered Mar. 21, 1914 - 
temporary. Built at iViystic, Conn, in 1904. 438 tons; length 158.7 
ft., breadth 35.5 ft., depth 13.6 ft. Ivfester: Bennett D. Goleiiian. 
Owners: Francis C. Boggs 29/54, W.H. Palmer l/64, A.W. Hayford l/64, 
George D. Edinands 5/54, Edwin Hawkridge l/64, J.C. Clapp 1/54, 'rfilson 
B. Yaring l/64, Charles Mann 2/&4, J.F. Hawkridge l/54, Boston; Bennett 
D. Coleman 1/54, Edith R. Coleman 1/54, Barnstable; G. Theall 1/54, 
O.S. Godfrey & Co., Luther N. Godfrey, Samuel A. Morse and Erank 
Robinson l/64, Milton; A.J. Richards 2/64, George H. Snow l/&4, Tarmouth/ 
Alfred J. Miller Jr. l/64, Providence, R.I.; W.H. Davidson 2/54, Thomas 
F. Foran 2/54, Joseph 'Luther 2/64, Wevi! London, Conn.; Marj^ p. Barry 
2/54, Derby, Conn.; Henry B. Newhall 2/64, vv.E. Crockett l/64, William 
Booth 1/54, New York; Harry Louderbough 1/64, Jersey City, N.J.; CD. 
Snedeker 1/128, 71. P, Runyon 1/128, Perth Amboy, N.J. One deck, three 
masts, elliptic stern, a figurehead. Previously enrolled at New York 
Sept. 23, 1913 o 

GEOR GE E. DUDLEY, schooner, of Nei/; Haven, Conn. Registered Liar. 15, 
1902 - temporary. Built at Ivfedison, Conn, in 1891. 387 tons; length 
148 ft., breadth 35 ft., depth 11 ft. Ifester: Andrew B, Chase. 
Owners; Andrew B. Chase 4/54, New Bedford; Frank W. Benedict 8/54, 
E.G. Stoddard 4/54, E.F. Mansfield 4/54, Caroline K= Eaton 4/54, 
Frank W, Pardee 2/64, F.S. Clark 2/64, Lydia M. Gorham 2/54, Adella 
T. Hillman 2/64, Jeremiah & Sons 2/64, F.C. Sherman 2/64, Lyman M. 
Law 2/64, John G. Crossley 2/64, B.F. Mansfield l/64, Frank J. ivfensfield 
1/54, William F. Mansfield l/64, Ella F. Baldwin l/54 , C. E.P. Sanford 
1/54, John H. Piatt l/54, H.I. Sperry l/64, E.H. Weaver l/64, JaiiE s A. 
Church 1/54, Herbert Barnes l/54, E. Henry Barnes l/S4, Frank H. Hooker 
1/54, George S. Dudley l/64, C.E. IVIinor l/54, New Haven, Conn.; Caroline 
Crossley 2/54, W.F. Whedon l/64, Madison, Conn,; William H. Guest 1/64, 
Catherine T. Williams, Guardian of Catherine G. Williams l/64, New 
London, Conn.; Charles H. Wilford 2/54, Branford, Conn.; Charles E. 
Doty 1/54, New YorkJ H.A. Seym^our 2/54, Washington, D.C. One deck, 
three masts, square stern, a scroll head. Previously enrolled at 
New Haven, Conn. Nov. 20, 1901. 

GEORGE H. PIERC E, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 15, 1897 - 
permanent. Built at Bristol, I&, in 1857. 59.39 tons; length 73.1 
ft., breadth 22.3 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Master: J.J. Oliveira. Ovmers: 
J.J. Oliveira, Nev/ Bedford, One deck, tvjo masts, square stern, a 
billet Jaead. Previously enrolled at Portland, M3. Dec. 23, 1895. Sold 
to aliens at Cape Yerde Islands in December, 1897, 

GEORGE J. JONES , schooner, of Fairhaven. Registered June 27, 1866 - 
permanent. Built at Rochester in 1847. 118.17 tons; length 84.3 
ft., breadth 23.6 ft., depth 9.4 ft. Master: John R. Tsber. Ovmers: 
James I. Church 15/32, John R., Taber l/8, John C. Pease l/32, Jolin F. 
Winslow 1/32, Luther Cole l/64, William Hursell 1/54, Fairhaven; 



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Charles Taber & Co. l/8, Charles H, Pierce l/8, George VJilson I/I6, 
New Bedford. One deck, tvi/c masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at South Dennis July 15, 1865. 

508 Schooner, of New Bedford, Re-registered Feb. 19, 1869 - 
percianent. 126.02 tons. Owners? James I. Church 13/32, John R. 
Taber 4/32, John C. Pease l/32, Luther Cole l/32, John P. Winslow 
1/32, Fairhaven; Charles Taber & Co. 4/32, Charles Taber 2/32, Clark 
Allen 2/32, New Bedford; V/i Hi ara Allen 2/32, James H. Slocum 2/32, 
Dartmouth. J.B. Smith, surveyor. 

509 Schooner, of Fairhaven. Re-registered June V, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Master: Jasper M. Ears. Owners: Tucker Damon Jr. 13/32, 
Fairhaven; John C. Pease 2/32, Ellery T. Taber 2/32, Frank Purry 2/32, 
John P. Winslovi/ l/32, Luther Cole l/32, Joshua Delano l/32, John Davis 
2/32, T.D. Williams 2/32, Antone Thomas 2/32, Joseph Thomas l/3^, 

Nevij Bedford. Additional owners not available. Previously enrolled 
at New Bedford Aug. 11, 1869. 

510 Brig, of Fairhaven. Re-registered Ij.3ay 24, 1872 - permanent. 
Master: Joseph D. Silva. Oivners: Tucker Darnon Jr^, 9/32, Fairhaven; 
Ellery T. Taber 2/32, John M. Hov>/land 1/32, John P. Winslow l/32, 
Luther Cole l/3 2, Jolin C. Pease 2/32, Joshua Delano l/32, Antone 
ThojTHs 6/32, Joseph ThoxiHs l/32, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32; Joseph D. 
Silva 2/32, Joseph F. Lima 1/32, Francis S. Perry l/32, John Davis 

2/3 2 J New Bedford. Condemned a.broad in 1873. 

511 GEO RC-E 5, HOI^CSR , bark, of Ner; Bedford. Registered May 1, 1889 - 
TJe'ir.ianent. Built at Bath, Me, in 1882i 1267c3 tons; length 204o9 
fxc, breadth 39.6 ftr, depth 20„9 ft,. Master: William C. vjarland. 
Oimers'. 'Tilliam H. Besse 4/64, iTilliari Levis 2/64, Estate of Alex- 
ander H. Seabury 4/64, Charles E. Barney 2/64, George S. Homer 8/S4j 
John P* Knowles 4/54, Samuel H. Cook 8/64, Huldah 3. Wilson 2/64, 
New Bedford; Thomas B. Griffith 2/64, Boston; Elkano.h Crov/ell Jr. 
1/64, West Yarmouth; Ella J, Boggs 2/64, Cambridge; Sarah M. Barrows 

' 1/54, Andover; William C. Vfarland 4/64, Brooklynj N.Y.; Henry Failing 
4/64, M*S, Burrill 4/64, Gibson, Church & Co. 4/64, Portland, Ore.; 
Josiah N. Knowles 4/64, A.K.P. Harmon 4/64, Oakland, Calif. T./o 
decks, three nasts, elliptic stern, a billethead; Previously regis- 
tered at W'3rT York Feb. 17, 1388. 

512 GEORGE AND Mft.RY , bark, of New Bedford. Registered fey 3, 1875 - 
permanent. Built at Dartmouth in 1852. 105.38 tons; length 79 ft., 
breadth 22.5 ft., depth 10.5 ft. Master: George H. Cannon. Ovmers: 
Jonathan Bourne Jr.- New Bedford. One deck, three masts, square 
stern, a figurehead. Previously registered at NevJ London, Conn. 
Apr. 16, 1866. (Cf. Vol. Il) 

513 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 23, 1879 - 
permanent. Master: Michael A. Baker. Ovmers: Jonathan Bourne 5/8, 
New Bedford; William H. Munroe 3/8, Edgartown. 

514 Bark, of New Bedford. Re^^-registered June 11, 1885 - 
permanent. 100.11 tons. Master: Erastus Church. Ovmers; Jonathan 
Boui'ne 4/8, William N. Church I/8, New Bedford; William H. Munroe 
3/8, Edgartovjn. 



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515 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registerod July 9, 1888 - perma- 

nent. Master: Man.uel E. Costa. Owners: Thonias Luce, Henry Clay, 
James F. Avery, lifenuel E. Costa, New Bedford. 

515 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 2, 1892 - permanent. 

Owners: Thomas Luce 7/l6, Charles T. Luce l/l6 , Lydia E. Luce l/l6, 
Manuel E. Costa 7/l6, New Bedford. Vessel burned in 1896. 

517 GEORGE AND S USAN, bairk, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 15, 1877 - 
permanent. Built at Dartmouth in 1809. 343.2 tons; length 108.5 
ft., breadth 27.3 ft., depth 18.1 ft. Master: Herbert D. Colson. 
Owners: Ifetthew Howland 10/16, George Howland Jr. 4/l5, M. Morris 
Howland l/l6 , Joseph Taber l/l5, New Bedford. Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford 

May 31, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

518 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct, 24, 1881 -• 
permanent. Master: Hervey E. Luce. Owners: William H. Aiken 2/16, 
William C.N. S^vift 7/l5 , Dartmouth; Frederick Svjift 2/16, William N. 
Swift 1/15, New Bedford; James H. Khowles 4/16, Surry, Me, Vessel 
wrecked in the Arctic Ocean in 1835. 

519 GEORGIETTA , schooner ^ of Boston. Registered Nov. 7, 1916 - permanent. 
Built at Ellsworth, Me. in 1870. 134 tons; length 99 ft., breadth 

27 ft., depth 8.1 ft. Master: John L. Souza, Owners: Antonio A. 
RebellOj Somerville. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at Boston Oct. 2, 1915. Wrecked at sea 
in 1916. 

520 GERARD C. TOBEY , bark, of Wareham. Registered May 13, 1887 - perma- 
nent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1878. 1389,77 tons; length 208,7 ft,, 
breadth 39.1 ft., depth 23.6 ft, Ivfester: Robert G. Delano. Qwners: 
William H. Besse 2/64, Estate of Thomas Khowles 2/54, New Bedford; 
George Delano 3/64, George L. Luce 3/64, Marion; Gerard C. Tobey 
3/54, Horace P. Tobey 2/64, Susannah K. Tobey 3/54, Alden Besse 17/54, 
"William A. Caswell l/64, Wareham; Clarence Chase l/64, Hyannis ; 
Elkanah Crowell Jr. 2/64, Yarmouth; Joshua Baker l/64, Thomas Griffith 
2/64, Cora Westcott 2/64, Cyrus Lothrop l/S4, Boston; Kendall & 
Roberts l/64, Cambridgeport ; Deborah A. Cousens '4/64, Cohasset; Owen 
Bearse l/96, Phebe S. Bearse 1/192, Barnstable; Sarah L. Ames 2/64, 
Easton; James E. Peirce 2/64, Middleboro; D.H. Spear l/64, Sewall J, 
Watson 2/64, Bath, Me.; Parker 0. Rogers 4/64, Phippsburg, Me.; 
Henry M. Khowles 2/54, Cleveland, Ohio. Two decks, three masts, 
elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Bath, Ife. 
July 5, 1878. 

521^ GLACIER , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 9, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built at Fairhaven in 1864. 194.8 tons; length 104.8 ft., 
breadth 26.7 ft., deptil 10.1 ft. Master: Edwin A. Potter. Oivners: 
Sylvanus Thomas 3/16, Andrevj H. Potter 3/l5, George Horocr 2/15, 
Frederick Homer 2/16, George S. Homer l/l6, Simeon Do ano l/l& , 
Cornelius Davenport l/l6, Joseph Vera l/l6, New Bedford; George Taber 
2/l6, Acushnet. One deck, two iiHsts, round stern, an eagle head. 
Previously registered at New Bedford June 21, 1864. J.B. Smith, 
surveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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j22 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 11, 1868 - porma- 

nent . Master: Benjamin G if ford. Ovmers; Andrew H. lotter 8/52, 
Simeon Doane 2/32, Cornelius Davenport 2/32, Joseph Vera 2/32, 
V/illiam J. Norton 2/52, George H. Dunbar 2/32, Joshua C. Hitch 2/32, 
Arvin Sraith 2/32, Joseph H. Cornell 2/52, Thomas S. Hathaway 2/32, 
Joseph a. Dean 2/32, '.J'illiam U. Crapo 2/32, './alter Hi Swan 1/32, 
George Si Homer l/32, New Bedford. James V. Cor, inspectori 

>23 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 17 , 1871 - perma- 

nent. Master: Edwin A. Fotter. Ovjners: Andrevj H. Potter 8/32, 
Simeon Doane 2/32, George H* Dunbar 2/32, Estate of Cornelius Davenport 
2/52, Joseph Vera 2/32, iVilliam J. Norton 8/32; Arvin Smith 2/32, 
Joseph H. Cornell 2/32, Thom.as S. Hathavjay 2/32, Joseph G. Dean 2/32, 
William W. Crapo 2/32, '.lalter D; Svmn l/32, George S. Homer 1/52, Edwin 

A. Potter 2/32, New Bedford. A billethead. 

)24 , Bark,, of Uiscasset, Me. Re-fegistored Jan. 10, 1874 - tem- 

porary. 203.87 tons, .Master; S.S. Wylio. Owners: S.S. Vj'ylic l/l6j 
Boothbay, Me.; Joseph Tucker 5/l6, "illiam P. Lenox 5/15, Alfred Lonox 
l/l6, w'iscasset, Me.; J.B. Drake 4/l6, Bath, Me. JkA.P. Allen, sur- 
veyor. 

)25 GLOBE , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Ifer. 4, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Duxbury in 1822. 200.25 tons; length 89.7 ft., breadth 
23.5 ft,, depth 15.2 ft. Master: Alexander A. Tripp. Owners: 
Charles Tucker 4/32, Vfilliara Tucker 4/52, William Allen 2/32, Elihu 
Rowland 2/32, Dartmouth; Alexander A. Tripp 2/32, Holder White l/32, 
John L. Anthony l/32, Joseph C. Little l/32, Westport; Sylvanus 
Churchill 4/32, Charles Taber 3/32, P. Slocum and E. Slocum 4/52, 
Joseph A. Beauvais 2/32, New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, 
Gosnold. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously registered at New Bedford June 12, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

J25 Bark, of Boston. Re-registered Aug. 20, 1872 - temporary. 

Master: J.N. Hardenbrook. araers: Thomas E. Bixby l/4, A.N. 
Bixby 1/4, Boston; F.l. Homans 1/2, Gloucester. Sold foreign. 

)27 GOLDEN BALL , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 15, 1901 - 
permanent. Built at Kennebunkport , Me. in 1890. 253 tons; length 
124.2 ft., breadth 30.3 ft., depth 10.5 ft. Miaster: Irving E. 
Gibbs. Owners: James C. Briggs and Thomas M. Hart & Co. 3/64, 
George 0. Gibbs 3d l/64, Estate of Edward D. Mandell 4/64, New 
Bedford; William S. Smith 1/64, South Dartmouth; George W, Gibbs 
2/64, Isaac N. Keith 3/64, Francis N. Handy l/64, Mary L. Davis l/64, 
Paul C. Gibbs 2/54, Bourne; Seth A. Gifford l/64, Caleb 0. Hamblin 
2/64, Samuel E. Davis l/64 , Ealmouth; C.E.W. Sherman 3/64, Frank 

B. Richardson l/64, William H. Bennett 3/54, George K. v^ebster l/64, 
North Attleboro; M.B. Short 1/64, E.S, Horton 2/64, Attleboro; 
James 0. Hodges l/64, A.D. King l/64, George L. Foster l/64 , 
Charles N. Crane l/64, Mansfield; John Maguire l/64, Bridgewater; 
E.C. Swift 13/64, Lowell; D.N. Anthony 4/64, Fall River; John W. 
Linnell 2/64, Boston; Henry B. Gifford 2/64, Fairha-venj Gustavus F. 
Swift 4/64, Chicago, 111.; Elizabeth R. Tiffany l/64 , Providence, 
R.I. One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at New York Apr'. 10, 1900-, 



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528 Schooner, of Bourne. Re-registered Mar. 30, 1905 - temporary, 
Ovmers: Irving F. Gibbs l/64 , Paul C. Gibbs 4/64, Geor@5 W. Gibbs 
2/64, Estate of Isaac N, Keith 3/64, Francis N. Handy l/64 , Bourne; 
Thomas M. Hart & Co, 3/64, George C. Gibbs 3d l/64. Estate of Edv^ard 

D. Mandell 4/64, New Bedford; V/illiam S. Smith 1/64, South Dartmouth; 
Seth A. Gifford l/64, Caleb 0. Hamblin 2/64, Falmouth; Estate of 
C.E.i;;. Sherman 3/54, Estate of Frank B. Richardson 1/64, William H. 
Bennett 3/64, George K, ViTebster l/54, North Attleboro; E.S. Horton 
2/64, Attleboro; James 0. Hodges l/64, A.D. King l/64, George L. 
Foster l/64, Charles N. Crane l/64, I/iansfield; John Maguire l/64, 
Bridgewater; E.G. Swift 13/64, Lovrell; D.N. Anthony 4/64, Fall River; 
John W. Linnell 2/64, Boston; Henry B. Gifford 2/64, Fairhaven; 
Gustavus F. Swift 4/64, Chicago, 111.; Elizabeth R. Tiffany l/64. 
Providence, R.-I. Previously enrolled at Ba.rnstable July 1, 1904. 

529 GOLDEN CITY , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Dec. 8, 1875 - 
permanent. Built at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in 1863, 84.49 tons; 
length 74.6 ft., breadth 22.3 ft., depth 9.4 ft. Master: Henry 
Clay. Ovmers: Henry Clay l/4, New Bedford; James Avery 3/4, Spring- 
field, 111. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Boston June 3, 1875. FornErly British schooner 
LORD CLYDE , Wrecked and repaired in 1866. 

530 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov, 27, 1878 - 
permanent. Master: William A. Martin. Owners: Henry Clay l/4, 
Micke Antone 1/8, NeVJ Bedford; William A. l/^rtin 1/8, Edgartovm; Ja^ES 
Avery 4/8, Springfield, 111, Previously enrolled at New Bedford 

Oct. 14, 1878. 

531 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 1, 1880 - 
periranent . Jfeister: James Avery. Owners: Henry Clay l/2. New 
Bedford; JanES Avery l/2, Springfield, 111. 

532 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Ilfey 9, 1896 - 
permanent. 80.27 tons. VesseX abandoned in 1906. 

533* GOVERNOR CARVER , bark, of Westport. Registered Dec. 2 3, 1867 - 

■permanent. Built at Fairhaven in 1848. 127.59 tons; length 84.8 ft., 
breadth 23.1 ft., depth 9,7 ft. Master: JaSon W. Gifford. Owners: 
Henry Wilcox 14/32, Job Davis 2/32, Westport; Abner T. Davis 2/32, 
Edward L, Baker 2/32, Oliver H.P. Brovvn 2/52, William H. Wrightington 
2/32, William Beetle 2/32, Henry S. West 2/S2, New Bedford; Philip 
H. HovJland 2/32, Amy H. Richmond 2/32, Ann Arbor, Mich. One deck, 
three masts, square stern a billethead. Previously registered at 
NeVJ Bedford Nov. 20, 1860. Laurence Grinnell, surveyor. Condemned 
' abroad in 1870. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

534 S' GOVERNOR TROUP , ship, of New Bedford. Registered June 15, 1858 - 

fierroanent. Built at New York in 1833, 407.13 tons; length 119.5 ft., 
breadth 28,8 ft., depth 18.2 ft. Master: John A. CastinO. Owners: 
Edvjard C. Jones 3/4,, Caleb Anthony l/l6 , George H. Dunbar l/l6 , 
Russell Maxfield l/l5 , New Bedford; John A. Castino l/l6, Dartmouth. 
Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously 
registered at New Bedford Dec. 2, 1862. (Cf, Vol. I & II) 



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535 Bark, of Boston. Re-registered Nov. 29, 1872 - temporary. 
474.25 tons. Master: James H. Lakeman. Omers: Benjamin F. Tyler 
and Albert B. Jfeyo 3/4, Boston; Nathan C. Ayerl/4, Ban^^or^ Me. J.A.P. 
Alle n , surveyor . 

536 GRACE DARLING , sciioonsr, of Now Bedford. Registered Oct. 22, 1874 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1850. 45.12 tons; length 61.5 ft,, 
breadth 18i3 ft., depth 7 ft. blaster: Manuel Silva. Ovmers: Thomas 
A. Codd, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, sqiJiare stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Camden, Me. Oct. 2, 1874. Sold foreign in 1883. 

537 GRACIE H. BENSON , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Dec. 31, 1895 - 
permanent. Built at Boothbay, Me. in 1884. 88.54 tons; length 94 ft,, 
breadth 23.5 ft., depth 8.7 ft. Master: Anthony P. Benton. Ovmers: 
Anthony P. Benton, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stern, 

a billethead. Previously registered at Boston June 10, 1895. Vifrecked 
at Cachevj, West Coast of Africa, in 1896. 

538 GRADUA TE , schooner, of Marion. Registered Oct. 26, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Brooklin, Me. in 1853. 58.32 tons; length 66 ft., breadth 
IS. 8 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Ivfester: Hum.phrey L. Sherman. Owners: 
Russell Gray l/l6, Henry M. Allen l/l6, George L. Luce l/l6, James 
Mendell l/l6 , Samuel C. Luce l/l5, Obed Delano l/l6, John Pitcher 
1/16, James T. Willett l/l&, William C. Hathaway l/l6, Marion; Elisha 
Bates 1/16 , Rochester; Benjamin S. Keyes 2/l6 , William Ke yes 3/l6, 
Freeman C. Keyes l/l6, vJareham. One deck, two masts, square stern, 

a billettead. Previously enrolled at Boston I/iay 12, 1866. 

539 Schooner, of Marion. Re-registered May 11, 1868 - perma- 
nent. Master: Allen D. Ryders, Ovmers: Henry M. Allen 4/32, 
Russell Gray 2/3 2, James Mandell 2/3 2, Stephen C. Luce 2/3 2, James T. 
Willett 2/32, William C. Hathaway 2/32, George L. Luce l/32, Obed 
Delano 1/32, Marion; Stephen Dillingham 4/32, C.G. Dillingham 2/32, 
Falmouth; George T. Palmer 2/32, Boston; Nahma M, Morse 2/32, Rochester; 
Caleb L. Ellis 2/32, Noah Tripp 2/32, Charles M. Bias 1/3 2, Hannah B. 
Dias 1/32, New Bedford. Pi-eviously enrolled at New Bedford May 13, 
1867. 

^^^ G-R^CIA N, schooner, of Northport, Me. Registered ' Jan. 2, 1872 - 

temporary. Built at Essex in 1838. 38.37 tons; length 56 ft., breadth 
16.8 ft., depth 6.8 ft. Wfester: Jacob C. Coombs. Ovmers: Jacob C. 
Coombs, Lineolnville, Me. One deck, tivo masts, square stern, a bil- 
lethead. Previously enrolled at Camden, Me. Apr. 15, 1868. 

541 GREY HOUND , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 25, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built at Kingston in 1850. 214.57 tons; length 103 ft., 
breadth 26 ft., depth 11,2 ft. Master: Lysander W.H. Gifford, 
Owners: Charles Tucker 2/16, Dartmouth; Isaac D. Hall 2/l6, Stephen 
G. Driscoll 2/l6, Charles Taber 2/l5, P. Slocum and F. Slocum'2/l6, 
Alexander H. Seabury l/l6 , VJilliam. N. Church l/l6 , Amasa Whitney 
1/16 , John McCullough l/l6, New Bedford; Samuel P. Hamblin l/l6 , 
Acushnet; Benjamin B. Church l/l6 , Gosnold. One deck, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously rogistered at New York Aug, 
30, 1865. 



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542 Bark, of Salem. RG-rugist..rod I^h. 24, 1872 - turaporary. 

Master: Gcorgo H. Harding. Ovmcrs: David Pingroo l/o, Salam; 
Thomas P. Pingroo 2/3, Wonham. 

543 GREY HOUND , bark, of'¥estport. Registered June 24, 1872 - permanent. 
Built czt New Bedford in 1851. 165.34 tons; length 95 ft., breadth 
24.4 ft., depth 12.2 ft. Master: John M. Allen. Owners: Henry 
Smith 6/32, Job Davis 2/32, Estate of Henry Wilcox 20/32, ¥Jestport; 
Mary G. Brightman 4/32, New Bedford. One deck, three masts, . square 
stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford May 20, 
1865, (Of. Vol. II) 

544 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov» 27, 1375 - perma- 
nent. Master: Timothy C. Allen. Owners: Abbott P. Smith 1/16, 
Ruth L. Smith 9/l6, Hannah W. Smith l/l6, Henry Smith l/l6, Mary 

B. Smith 1/16, Mary G. Brightman 2/16, Nevj Bedford; Timothy C. Allen 
1/16, Westport. 

545 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 12, 1879 - perma- 
nent. 177.89 tonsi Owners: Abbott P. Smith 2/32, Mary B. Smith 
2/32, Henry Smith 2/32, Mary G* Brightman 4/32, J^uth L. Smith 18/32, 
Edward E. Hitch l/32, Elijah K. Howland 1/32, New Bedford; Timothy 

C. Allen 2/32, 'Jestport. 

546 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registored Fob, 2, 1884 - perma- 
nent. 169 tons. Ovm^rs: John P. Tucker and Edvjard D. Mandell, 
New Bedford. 

547 Bark, of Boston, Rc-registercd July 5, 1885 - temporary* 
Master: Joseph T. Enos. Ovmers : John Medina, Boston, 

548 Bark, of Boston. Rc-registorod Oct. 17, 1887 - temporary. 
Owners: John Medina 1/2, Boston; Antonio Medina l/4, VJorcester; 
Joseph T. Enos l/4, Fairhaven, 

549 Bark, of New Bedford. R.-,-resist>jred Oct. 19, 1892 - perma- 
nent, Ovmers: Antonc L* Sylvia 6/16, Joseph T. Enos 5/l5, William 
Baylies 2/l6, John Duff 1/16, Fr^^derick S. Fuller l/l6. New Bedford. 

550 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-rugistered Juno 29, 1898 - perma- 
nent. Master: Joseph T. Edwards. Owners: Antone L. Sylvia l/l6, 
Joseph T. Edvjards 9/l6, VJilliam Baylies 2/16, William N. Church 
2/16, John Duff l/l6, Frederick S. Fuller l/l6, New Bedford. 

551 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 21, 1903 - perma- 
nent. Ovmers: Antone L, Sylvia 6/16, Joseph T. Edviiards 4/l6, VJilliam 
N. Church 2/16, William Baylies 2/16, Joim. Duf f 1/16, Frederick S. 
Fuller 1/16, New Bedford. 

552 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 2(i, 1910 - perma- 
nent. Master: Charles D. Sanford, Owners: Antone L. Sylvia 5/16, 
Joseph T. Edvjards 4/16, William N. Church 2/16, William Baylies 2/16, 
Jolm Duff 1/16, Frederick S. Fuller l/l6, Charles D. Sanford l/l6. 
New Bedford. 

553 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 2, 1913 - perma- 
nent. Master: Antone C. Corvello. Owners: John P. Praro 4/16, 
Antone L. Sylvia 4/l6, Joseph T, Edwards 2/16, '"illiam Baylies 2/16, 
Antone C. Corvello 2/16, John Duff 1/16, Frederick S. Euller l/l6, 
New Bedford. 



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554 Bark, of New Bedford. Ra- re gist era d Aug. V, 191? - perrra- 
nont. Owners: W.A. Robinson & Co. Inc. 7/l5, S. Horvitz 1/16 , 

A. Frank Clark l/l6 , Antone C. Corvello 2/l6, New Bedford; John A. 
Cook 4/16, Howard F. Hopkins l/l6, Provinc Jtovm, 

555 Bark, of JMcw Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 27, 1920 - perma- 
nent, blaster: John Rosario. Ovvners: John M. Cabral, New Bedford. 
Vessel foundered off Island of tiaico, Cape Verdu IsLrnds, }f!aT. 8, 1922. 

556 GUILFORD , sloop, of Taunton. Registered Apr. 14, 1868 - teraporary. 
Built at Guilford, Conn, in 1835. 35.75 tons; length 55.21 ft., 
breadth 18.5 ft., depth 5.4 ft. Master: Cyrus B. Chase. Owners: 
Whitman Chase l/32, Taunton; Neri Chase 51/32, Hanvich, One deck, 
square stern, a scroll head. Previously enrolled at Fall River Apr. 
4, 1865. 

557 H. PRESCOTT , schooner, of Portland, Ife. Registered Oct. 5, 1871 - 
temporary. Built at East Haven, Conn, in 1860. 101.48 tons; length 
87.1 ft., breadth 25.2 ft., depth 7.5 ft. Master: Isaac VJ. Merriam.' 
Oivners: Richard S. Webster l/8, F.O. Sawyer l/8, James Freeman l/4, 
Portland, W.; Washington Freeman 1/4, Charles Walker l/l5, Andrew 
Loud 1/16, B.F. Webster l/l6 , J.B. Adams l/l5, Portsmouth, N.H. 

One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously en- 
rolled at Portland, Me. June 15, 1855. 

558 H;W. FOS'IBR , schooner, of Boston. Registered June 10, 1875 - temporary. 
Built at Boston in 1871. 507.08 tons; length 140.1 ft., breadth 

32.4 ft., depth 15.9 ft. Master: Edwin Rich, a-ciers: Sdvjin Rich 
9/64, EkK. Atwood 2/64, George Hargrave 7/64 j T.A. Westcott 2/64, 
B.C. Palfrey 2/64, Willi eiiii Pratt Jr. 2/54, R. Rich Jr. 2/64, Joseph 
Sargeus l/64, T.L. Mayo 1/54, Joseph Pot ie l/64, B.S. Wright 2/64, 
G.S. Fogg 2/64, G.C. Hayden 2/64, G.S. Young 2/54, M.M. Pigott l/64, 
P.S. Hutchings and J.B. Hutchings 1/64, G.H. Pitman l/64, Samuel 
■ Loud 1/64, R. Rich 2/64, P.J. Satternine l/64, J.W. Fitch l/64, 

Christopher Foster 2/54, Phebe A. vleeks 2/64, Boston; A. A. Parmenter 
2/64, Lynn; B. Rich 1/54, Wellfleet; T.L. Jones l/64, '3,uincy ; 
E. Burke 2/54, Somerville; L.A. Roby 4/64, Nashua, N.H. ; E. 0. 
Bigelow 1/54, Baltimore, Md.; John T. Krantz 4/64, New Orleans, La. 
Tvjo decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously en- 
rolled at New York M£.y 17, 1875. 

559 HADLEY , bark, of New Bedford. Registered l»Iay 15, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Quincy in 1849. 163.15 tons; length 93.8 ft., breadth 
24.1 ft., depth 10 ft. IVfester: B.B. Briggs. avners: Andrew H. 
Potter 4/8, Charles S. Randall l/8, William J. Norton 1/8, Azel 
Howard l/8, John B. Little l/8, New Bedford. One deck, three masts, 
square stem, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Boston Juno 11, 
1866. 

560 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 25, 1870 - 
permanent. Master: John M. Soule. Ovjners: Andrew H. Potter 5/16, 
Charles S. Randall 2/l5, William J. Norton 2/l6, Azel Howard 2/16, 
John B. Little 2/16, New Bedford; Jolin M. Soule 3/l6, Brid^^water. 



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561 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-regi stored Oct, 28, 1874 - perma- 

nent. Master: Hiram J. Cleveland. Owners: 7;illiam Lewis 2/l6 , 
John R. Thornton 2/16, Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons l/l6 , Alexander G. 
I\(&rrick 1/16, Alexander H. Seabury 2/16, Antone L. Sylvia l/l6 , 
William Baylies l/l6 , New Bedford; Hiram J. Cleveland 2/16, Edgar- 
town; Felix G. Whitney 2/l6, A.S. Codding 2/16, Attleboro. 

552 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 3, 1877 - perma- 

nent. Master: Charles F. Edwards. O^miers: William Lewis 5/32, 
John R. Thornton 1/8, Alexander H. Seabury 1/8, William Baylies 
1/16, Alexander G. ]\(fcT:ick l/l6, Robert W. Bartlett l/32, Charles M. 
Taber l/l6, Frederick Taber l/l6, Antono L. Sylvia l/l6 , New 
Bedford; F.G. Whitney 2/l6, A.S. Codding 2/l6, Attleboro. Condemned 
and broken up in 1879. 

563^* HAfjIILTON, bark, of New Bedford. Registered June A, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Ifedison, Conn, in 1845. 137.06 tons; length 88.6 ft., 
breadth 25.3 ft., depth 9.9 ft. I^laster: Edwin R. Osgood. Owners: 
Zenas L. Adams l/2, Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons l/4, Peleg Slocum and 
Frederick Slocuivi l/8, Edwin R. Osgood 1/16, Peck & Adams l/l6, New 
Bedford. One deck, tliree masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Vessel altered. Previously enrolled at Georgetown, D.C. June 26, 
1865. J.B. Smith, surveyor. Sold foreign in 1869, 

564 HARRIET NEl'JET.T, , schooner, of New York. Registered Aug. 10, 1868 - 
temporary. Built at Machias, Me. in 1859. 128.72 tons; length 
88.5 ft.", breadth 25.2 ft., depth 7.8 ft. Master: S. H. Gould. 
OTOers: Thomas Mayhem l/4. New York; William Elliott l/4, Machias, 
Me.; Charles Foster l/2, Boston, One deck, two masts, square stern, 
a bust head, previously enrolled at NeiT York Aug. 7, 1867, 

565 HARRY SA'II TH, brig, of Boston. Registered Aug. 7, 1901 - temporary. 
Built at 'Bangor, Ife . in 1875. 494 tons; length 134,1 ft,, breadth 
30.9 ft,, depth 17.2 ft. Master: Jose G. ^ Costa. Owners: Jose 
G. da Costa 4/40, William W. Nichols 17/40, Boston; Edwjird Farror 
6/40, Alfred E. Cady 8/40, Providence, R.I.; John C. Gregory, Ella F. 
Smith and George E. Winters 5/40, New York. Two decks, two masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New Haven, Comi. 
June 13, 1901, 

566 Brig, of Boston. Re-registered Mar. 15, 1903 - temporary. 
Previously enrolled at Now Bedford Dec. 8, 1902. 

567 Brig, of Boston. Re-registe^red July 22, 1904 - temporary. 
Previously enrolled at New Haven, Conn. Iviay 27, 1904. 

558 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 27, 1905 - perma- 

nent. Owners: Timothy C. Allen 2/8, Antone L. Sylvia 2/8, James F. 
Avery 2/8, Charles R, Cornell l/8. New Bedford; Jose G. daCosta 1/8, 
Somervills . Previously registered at Portland, Me. Mar. 4, 1905. 

569 Brig, of Providence, R.I. Re-registered June 13, 1906 - 

temporary. Lfester; Luiz d'Oliveira. &/mers: Luiz d'Oliveira, 
Providence, R.I. Sold to aliens at Brava , Cape Verde Island, 
Oct. 20, 1906, 



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570 I-IARRY A, NICKERSON, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 17, 
1921 - pei-manent. Built at Boothbay, Me. in 19Clo 85 tons; length 
107.6 ft., breadth 24.5 ft., depth 10.8 ft. Ma&ter • Louis T. Barros. 
Owners: Louis T. Barros, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, square 
stern, a stem head. Previously enrolled at G-loucustjr Juno 13, 1921, 
Vessel foundered at Cape Vincent, Capo Vordo Islands, Oct. 4, 1922. 

571 ^ MTTIS E. SMTK, schooner, of Ed^iartown. Register .jd July 2C , 1884 - 

tomporary. Built at Newburyport in 1869. 1ij2.1 tons; length 86.3 
ft., breadth 23.7 ft,, depth 8,9 ft. Master; Ed:.Jard S, Ripley. 
Owners: Sair.uol Osborne Jr. 5/8, VJalter S. Osborne 2/8, Hov;ard C. 
Osborne l/8, Edaartov;n. One deck, two HHsts, S'luaro stern, a billot- 
head. Vessel altered. Previously rogisterud at Edgartc-jn June 8, 
1881. 0. Smalley, surveyor. 

572 HA.TTIE M. HOLIES, schooner, of Providence, R.I. Registered M^^y 9, 
1878 - temporary. Built at Providence, R.I. in 1369, 197-55 tons; 
length 113.1 ft., breadth 29.5 ft,, depth 8.1 ft. Ifester: Rogers S. 
Hawes. CXvners: Rogers S. Havvos 4/64, S.H.- Cady 2/52, S.H. Tingloy '' 
2/32, G.W. Snow 1/8, Daniel Day l/32, J.H. Cady 1/32, H.Po 'Jaterman 
1/16, B.P, Alray 1/16, S,H, Randall l/l6, E.P* Mason l/l6, J.C. Goff 
1/32, W.S. Horton l/o2, E.F. Hinkloy 2/64,. H.R. Chace 2/64, A,S. 
ifestcott 1/16, Providencu, R.I.; S.G. Hart 6/64, C,II, Fleaaders l/&4 ,■ 
Thomas Donai:,hy l/32, New Bedford; B,.F.- Chapman l/64, Nathan Scars 
1/32, Dennis, One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Providence, R.I. Feb. 20, 1878. 

573 H.A-TTIE AJ^ID LOTTIE , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Feb. 15, 1901 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1884. 96 tons; length 35 ft., breadth 
22-6 ft., depth 3.7 ft. Mastert Joseph M, Silva. Owners; A. M. 
Rogers, Agent 2/64, Francisco J,- de Oliveira 24/64, Antonio J. de 
Oliveira 8/64, Jose F. Machado 17/54, Frank Magallen 9/64, Joao Anconic 
da Silva 4/54, Nexj Bedford.. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at .Boston Oct. 13,, 1900, 

574 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registercd Aug. 10, 1901 - 
permanent, Mast:.r: John F. Pina. Owners: Jose F. Machado 17/64, 
Antonio J, do Oliveira 8/64, Frank Magallen 9/64, Joao Antinio da 
Silva 4/S4, Manuel F. Vcara 17/54, New Bedford.; Francis L.- Tripp 
9/64, Dartmouth. 

575 *' HECL A, bark, of Njw Bedford. Registered July 8, 1867 - permanent. 

Buiit rt Plymouth in 1834, 180.46 tons; length 90.2 ft,., bre.-.dth 
21„8 ft,, depth 12.3 fto Master: Elishc B, Handy.. Owners: Joseph 
Khowles, Thomas Knowlos and John P. Khowles 3/8, Charles Hitch 3/32, 
Orrick Smalley 2/l6 ; Antone Joseph I/I6 , Joseph Khovirles I/I6 , James 
Hammett l/32. New Bedford; Alden Besse l/l5 , Waroham; Estate of 
Edv/ard M. Robinson 3/l5, New York. Tv/o docks, three masts, square 
stern, a billethead^ Vessel recdmeasured. Previously registered 
at New Bedford May 31, 1855. J.B. Smith, surv.^yor. (cf. Vol. 
I & II) 



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Barkj of New Bedford. Ro-rcgistorad Aug. 30, 1869 - pGrmanont . 
Ifcstor: Frederick H. Smith. Ov^n'-^rsi Joseph Knovjlos, Thomas KnovJlcs, 
and John P. Knowlcs 14/32, Charles Hitch 3/32, Orrick Smalloy 4/32, 
Joseph Knowles 2/32, James Hammctt 1/32, Thomas Ktiov;les 3/52, John P. 
KjiovvIos 3/32, New Bedford; Alden Bosso 2/32, Vfaroham. Vessel vjrockcd in 
1871. 

HELEN , schooner, of Rockland, L'b. Registered Oct. 15, 1910 - t-iiipor ary. 
Built at New Bedford in 1864. 122 tons; length 97.9 ft., breadth 27.7 
ft., depth 8 ft. Master: Charles R. Traynor. Owners: Rockland & 
Rockport Lime Co., Rockland, Me. One deck, two masts, square stern, 
a billcthcad. Previously enrolled at Rockland, Me. Aug. 31, 1910, 

HELEN MAR , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 25, 1871 - permanent. 
Built o.t Now Bedford in 1855. 324.34 tons; length 109.7 ft., breadth 
27.4 ft., depth 17.1 ft. Master: Willi :am H. Koon. Owners: Jirch Swift 
Jr. and Frederick S. Allen 10/15, Williaui J. Rotch 2/16, John H. Clifford 
1/16, John T. Swift l/l6, Nathaniel Adajis l/l5 , New Bedford; Helen M. 
Allen l/l6, T^rrytovm, N.Y. Two decks, throe masts, square stern, a 
billethcad. Previously registered at Sail Francisco, Calif. Doc. 29, 1865. 
(Cf. Vol. II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. Rj-r^gistered July 5, 1875 - permanent. 
Master: Gcor@2 F. Bauldry. Ovmers: Jireh Swift Jr. and Fredjrick S. 
Allen 20/32, William J. Rotch 4/32, Edward S. Tab.^r 2/32, Nathaniel 
Adajr.as 2/32, New Bedford; Helen M. Allen 2/32, Tarrytown, N.Y.; Israel 
Macombor 1/32, viestport; Williaxa P. Macomber 1/32, D-rtmouth. 

HELEN SNOYJ , b.ork, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 30, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Bath, Mo. in 1851. 214.73 tons; length 105 ft., breadth 24.9 
ft,, depth 15.1 ft. Master: Thomas G, Campbell. Ovmers: Loum Snow Jr. 
2/32, Loum Snow 11/3 2, Thomas Cook 2/32, Joseph Taber 2/32, Pardon 
Tillinghast 4/32, Heirs of Stephen N. Potter 2/32, Thomas H. Matthews 
4/32, Thomas G. Campbell l/32, New Bedford; Heirs of Edward M. Robinson 
4/32, Now York. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously registered at New Bedford Oct. 8, 1862, (Cf. Vol. II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. R.,-registored Oct. 15, 1871 - perim- 
nent. Master: Gcorgc H. Mccomber. Owners: Loum Snow Jr. 2/32, Estate 
of Loum Snow 9/32, Thonns Cook 2/52, Joseph Taber 2/32, Estate of 
Pardon Tillinghast 4/52, Estate of Stephen N. Potter 2/52, Thomas H. 
Lfetthews 4/32, New Bedford; Thomas G. Campbell l/32, Tisbury; George H. 
Ma.comber 6/32, Wcstport, Sold foreign in 1875. 

HELEN M. CONDON , schooner, of Belfast, Me. Registered Jan. 7, 1871 - 
temporary. Built at Belfast, Me, in 1867. 142.6 tons; length 91.6 ft., 
breadth 25.9 ft., depth 9.3 ft. Master: R.B. Condon, Ovvncrs: R.B. 
Condon I/I6 , Jaaacs P. White 2/l6, J.W. White I/I6, David Flanders l/l5, 
Ward, Matthews & Baker I/I6 , E,C, Hilton I/I6, John G. Brooks I/I6, 
RichajTd Moody I/I6 , Charles R, Thombs I/I6, Mrs. A, Woodcock 1/15 , 
George W. Cottrell I/I6, Robert Patterson I/I6, Williaia B, Swan I/I6 , 
Belfast, Me.; Mary M. Hall 2/15, Lincolnville, Me. One deck, two masts, 
squarc stem, a billethead. Previously enrolled '\t B-i^lfast, Me, Dec. 
15, 1869. 



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585 IIEIvIM SMITH , brig, of Boston. Registered May 25, 1873 - temporary. 
Built at Scituate in 1855. 123.25 tons; length 87.5 ft., breadth 23 
ft., depth 9.2 ft. I-fester: Charles B. Barstovj. Oi'mers: Henan Smith 
15/15, Boston; Charles B. Barstow l/l5, Mattapoisett. One deck, two 
masts, square stern, an eagle head. Previously registered at Boston 
July 21 J 1865. 

584 Brig, of Boston. Re-registered May 12, 1875 - temporary. 
Master: John Ji Cook. Owners: Heman Smith, Boston. 

585 HENRY FAILING , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 13, 1900 - permanent, 
Built at Bath, Me. in 1882. 1898.85 tons; length 230.6 ft., breadth 

43.1 ft., depth 18.3 ft. Ifester: Edwin Matthews. Oivners: Edward D. 
Sherman 8/54, W.H. Besse 12/34, New Bedford; Henry Failing 8/64, Portland, 
Ore.; W.H. Parsons 2/64, New York; Jolin R. Kelloy 2/64, Amos B. Haggett 
2/64, Guy C. Goss and Elijah E. Sav;yer 2/64, Elijah F. Sawyer 2/54, 
John W. Marr 2/64, Bath, Mc . ; David A. Scribner l/64, Sarah A. Thompson 
2/64, Topsham, Me,; Benjamin F. Brown l/64 , Brunswick, Lie.; California 
Shipping Co. 20/54, San Francisco, Calif. Three decks, three nr.sts, 
elliptic stern, a billother-.d. Previously registered at San Francisco, 
Calif. Oct. 30, 1885. 

)86 HENRY NICKERSON , schooner, of Harwich. Registered Nov. 19, 1879 - 

temporr.ry. Built at Bath, Mc. in 1871. 73.84 tons; length 74.7 ft., 
breadth 21.4 ft., depth 7.7 ft. Master: Henry H. Chase. Owners: 
Charles H. Kolley, Harwich. One deck, tvro masts, squaK. st^rn, a bil- 
Icthcad. Previously enrolled at South Dennis Nov. 10, 1879. 

587* HENRY TABER , bark, of New Bedford. Registered June 14, 1656 - permanent, 
iuilt at New Bedford in 1855» 296.3 tons; length 107.2 ft., breadth 
27.7 ft., depth 16.9 ft. Master: Frederick S. Howland. Oilers : 
William G. Taber 2/32, John Hunt 4/32, Henry Taber 5/32, Janes Arnold 
8/32, Jonathan Boiirne Jr. 4/32, Williara J. Rotch 4/32, New Bedford; 
Bonjajain S. Rotch 4/32, Boston. Two docks, three masts, squaru stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford Oct. 24, 1859. 
Vessel readmoasurod. Abandoned in Arctic Ocean in 1871, J.B. Smith, 
surveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 

588 HERALD , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 29, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Nowbury in 1818. 300.12 tons; length 100.4 ft., breadth 
26.5 ft., depth 17 ft. Master: Seth Nickcrson. Owners: Zenas L. 
Adams 13/32, William J, Rotch 4/32, P. Slocuc and F. Slocum 2/52, New 
Bedford; F.E. Adai^is 6/32, Nantucket; Nathan Coleman l/32, Zenas Crocker 
Jr. 1/52, Seth Nickurson 4/32, Lincoln B. Boarse l/64, Owen Bourse l/64, 
Barnstable. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billethcad. 
Previously registered at NeW Bedford Apr. 18, 1854. {Cf. Vol. I & II) 

589 Bark, of NeVf Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 13, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Master: John R. Sturgis* 

590 Bark, of Bath, m. Re-registered Ivfc.r. 14, 1873 - tempor^iry. 
Ifcster: E.T. Lurvey. Owners: Willicja T. Harwood, Bath, Mo. 



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591 HER/\LD , brig, of Mc.rion. Rogistorod Dec, 15, 1858 - pornancnt. Built • 
at Rochester in 1846. 148,9 tons; length 87.5 ft., broadth 24,3 ft., 
depth 9.5 ft. I.Iastor: John A. Kollcy. Ovmcrs: Henry M. All-n 2/16, 
Goorga L. Luce 2/l6, Stephen C. Luco 2/15, Jan^s T. Willott l/l6 , 

Jr-mcs Dolrno l/l6, Russoll Gray l/l6, John a, Luca l/32, Marion; VJilliam 
G. P^rlcar l/l5 , Simpson Hart l/l6, Betsey Tabor l/l&, ;\ntono L. Sylvia 
1/16, Edvjcrd M. Burt l/lS, Fnul S. Hathaway 1/3 2, Fredorick T. Keith 
l/l6, New Bedford, One declc, two masts, square stern, a billothoad. 
Previously registered at Now Bedford Oct. 24, 1855, (Cf, Vol. I & II) 

592 Brig, of Mo.rion. Ro-registored Apr, 25, 1871 - permanent. 
I-lpst^r: 7Jilliain G, Paddack, Owners; Hunry M, Allen 2/l6 , George L. 
Luce 2/15, John M, Allen l/l6 , Stephen C. Luce 2/l6 , James T. ITillett 
1/16, JrjJics Delano l/l6 , Obod S. Delano l/32, -Russell Gray l/l&, John 
Go Luce 1/32, Marion; Estate of VJilliai:i G, Parkur l/l6 , Simpson Hart 
1/16, Betsey Taber l/l6, .^ntona L, Sylvia l/l6, Now Bedford; Frederick 
T. Keith l/l6. Now York. 

593 HERALD OF THE MORNING, schooner, of New York. Rogistorod May 23, 1903 - 
tcmpor'-.-y. Built at Gloucester in 1874, 68 to:.s ; length 7uc7 ft,^ 
breacitt 2;-, ft-.., depth 7.5 ft, !;i.->ster; Joseph Bt> Pina. Ovmersi Allertc: 
D. Hi.tch, Nov York. Ono deck, t'wo masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. 
Previoualy enrolled at Gloucester ^ipr. 8, 1903^ Strcn-ded at Capo Ycrdo 
Islands Mar. 1, 1904, 

594^ Ig^RCUuSS, bark, of Ngw Bedford. Rogistorod July 16, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at New York in 1816. 311.37 tons; length 102.6 ft., breadth E7>2 
ft., depth 17.9 ft. I./iaSter'. ' Isaac C. Howland, 0\-mcrs: Eb^n Perry 
14/54, P-rdon Tillinghast 12/64, Sarah S. R.-aidall 5/64, Joseph Tabor 
4/64, Estate of Obed N. Swift S/54 , Bothuel Ponnim.jn 4/64. New Bedford; 
William C.N. Swift 17/64, Dartrnjouth. Tivo decks, throe masts, so^uaro 
stem, a figurehead. Vessel altered. Previously registarod 't Now 
Bedford June 10, 1861. J.B. Smth, surveyor. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

595 Br.rk, of New Bedford. Ro- registered Aug. 23, 1871 - perma- 

nent. Llrstor: .^rcholaus Baker. Oivners: Ebon Perry 14/54, Estate of 
Pardon Tillinghast 12/6'i , Estate of Obod N, SvJift 8/64, Joseph Tabor 
4/64, Now Bedford; 7'Jilliam C.N. Swift 17/54, Williajn H. .Uken 5/64, 
iirchel-us Bpker 4/64, DrirtiK^uth. A nan bust head. 

595 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 18, 1875 - perna- 

nent . Master: Jireh Sherrx.n Jr. Owners: Eben Perry 14/54, William 
A. Tillinghast 6/64, Theodore F. Tillinghast 6/&^, Estate of Obed 
N. Swift 8/64, Joseph Ta.ber 4/64, Frederick Swift 4/64, William C.N. 
Swift 17/64, New Bedford; VJilliam H. Aiken 5/64, Dartmouth, 

597 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rogistcred Oct. 13, 1879 - perma- 

nent. Master: Johzi Ifclnnis. Owners; VJilli.'^ra H. Aiken 5/64, D;irt- 
roDuth; William C.N. SvJift 31/64, Frederick Swift 4/64, Joseph T-.ber 
4/64, Estate of Obed N. Swift 8/64, Theodore F. Tillinghast 6/6.x, 
William ^x. Tillinghast 6/64, New Bedford. Condemned .and broken up 
in 1889, 



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598 HIBERITI A, ship, of No^w Bedford. Registers d May 1, I860 - pcrur.ncnt . 
Built at New York in 1830. 556.1 tons; length 136,6 ft., brendth 30.4 
ft* J depth 20.5 ft. Master: Jeremiah Ludlow « Ov/ners: Edward D, 
Mandell and Charles R. Tucker II/I6, Thomas Mandell I/I6 ^ Charles L. 
Wood I/I6, Amasa V/hitney I/I6, Edwards & Soule I/I6 , John F. Tucker 
I/I6, New Bedford. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at New York Apr, 29, 1865. Lost in Arctic 
Ocean in 1870. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

599 HIGHLANDER, schooner, of Salem. Registered Apr. 18, 1867 - temporary. 
Built at May's Landing, K. J. in 1843. 93.65 tons; length 75,5 ft., 
breadth 24.8 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Master: Edwin Hopkinso Ovmers: 
Nathaniel Wiggiri l/2, Charles S. Clark l/4, James Fo Almy I/8, Eber 
Jackson I/8, Salem. One deck, tvjo masts, sciuai'e stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Providence, R, I. Mar. 8, 1866 ^ 

600 HIRAM LOWELL , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 10, 1919 - 
permanent. Built at Gloucester in 1892, 95 tons; lei-igth 95.5 ft,, 
breadth 24 ft., depth 11 ft. IVfester: Manuel F. Chantre. Owners: 
Joaquim A. dos Santos, NevJ Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic 
stern, a billethep.d. Previously enrolled at Castine , Me. June 23, 1919. 
Sold to Portuguese in 1920, 

601* HOPE ON , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 22, 1875 - permanent. 

.Built at South Scituate in 1871. 173.65 tons; length 100.3 ft,, breadth 
24.4 ft., depth 10,5 ft. Master: Michael A. Baker. Owners: John T. 
Richardson 12/64, Sylvanus Churchill 4/64, New Bedford; Michael A. 
Baker 8/64, Dartmouth; Barstow & Waterman 4/64, Scituate; Edwin W. 
Barstow 20/64, Willi sim L. Chaiaberlain 8/64, NeW York; George D. Crary 
4/64 i Orange, N.J.; Darrah & Elwell 4/64, Philadelphia, Pa. One deck, 
three masts, square stem, a billethead. Vessel altered. Previously 
enrolled at Boston Doc. 15, 1873. 0. Smalley, surveyor. 

602 Bark, of Ngw Bedford. Ro-rc gist ore d Nov. 18, 1878 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Michael A. Balsr 2/l6 , Dartmouth; John T, Richardson 
2/16, PoH. Reed I/I6 , Sylvanus Churchill I/I6 , NeW Bedford; Barstow & 
Waterman I/I6, Scituate; Salome T. Howard l/32, Sarah W. Damon l/32, 
Jane W. Br.rstow l/32, Bridgewater; William L. Ch;amberlrJ-n 2/16, Edwin 
W, Barstow 4/l6 , Goorgiana S, Craig 1/32, New York; George D. Crary 
I/I6, Orange, N,J. 

603 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-registerod Oct. 18, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Ifestcr; Gilbert B. Borden. Ovmers: Gilbert B. Borden 7/8, 
J.H.J. Doano I/8, New Bedford. Sold foreign in 1883. 

604 HORATIO , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Oct, 18, 1867 - F-rnanent. 
Built at New Bedford in 1833. 447.27 tons; length 121,4 ft,, breadth 
30.2 ft., depth 19,4 ft, Ifester: Benjamin G, Palmer. Oimors: Thomas 
S. Hathavjay .and S^ancis S. Hathaway, New Bedford, Two decks, three 
masts, squfl.rc stem, a billjthoad. Previously registurud at Now York 
July 21, 1865. (Cf. Vol. l) 



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605* HORATIO, ship, of New Bedford. Registered Aug, 8, 1877 - permanent. 

Built at Port Jefferson, N.Y. in 1877. 349.03 tons; length 115.7 ft., 
breadth 28.6 ft., depth 17.5 ft. Master: Charles Grant. Owners: 
William G. Taber 2/32, Henry Taber 7/32, Thonas S. HatL?.way 4/32, 
Horatio Hathavray 2/32, Alexander H. Seabury 2/32, Edward Gannon 2/32, 
Charles Taber 2/32, John R. Thornton 2/32, William Gox-^on Jr, 2/32, 
New Bedford; YJilliaia C. Paine 2/32, Beverly; Charles Grant 2/32, 
Nantucket; Goorge ^'J. Peirce l/32, Acushnet; Francis Hathaway 2/32, 
New York. Two decks, three masts, square storn, a billcthead. 
0. Small ey, surveyor. 

606 Ship, of Nev/ Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 5, 1885 - peimanent. 
331.58 tons. Master: Theodore S. Morse. Ormers: VJilliam G. Taber 
2/32, Henry Taber 7/32, Estate of Thomas S. Hathawaj- 4/32, Francis 
Hathaway 2/32, Horatio Hathaway 2/32, Alexander K. Seabury 2/32, 
Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, Charles Taber 2/32, John R. Thornton 2/32, 
Hilliam Gordon Jr. 2/32, Ne^; Bedford; TJilliaiii C. Paine 2/32, Beverly; 
Charles Grant 2/32, Nantucket; George W. Peirce 1/32, Acushnet. 

607 Bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 12, 1890 - permanent. 
Master: George F. ''Tinslow. Oi'.Tiers: TJilliam Lev;is 11/16, George F. 
YJinslow 2/16, ilntone L. Sylvia l/l6, Nev/ Bedford; AndrevJ Anderson l/l6, 
Samuel Foster l/l6, San Francisco, Calif. Thomas B. Hathav/ay, surveyor. 

608 HCRATIO, schooner, of New Bodford. Rogistorcd Jcji. 28, 1892 - pcrna- 
nont. Built at Brth, Fic. in 1880. 388.25 tons; length 135wl ft., 
breadth 33,2 ft., depth 13.7 ft. liistor: Abron J. Slocui-a. Owners; 
Ivlary C. Parry 16/64, Fr-'-ncis Hcthaway 5/64, Horatio Pbthaway 4/64, 
Vjillicm J. Rotch 4/64, Estate of L.... Plurimor 4/64, Henry Tabor 4/64, 
Rodolphus Boctlc 2/64, Sdvjard S. Tabor 2/64, D.B. Konpton 2/64, Thonas 
R. Rodi::an l/64, Susan C. Nyo 2/64, Thomas Donaghy 2/64, John J. Hicks 
2/64, Alfred M. Chapr.k\n 2/54, Francos K. Gordon S/S-i, Estate of A.H. 
Soabury 2/64, John R. Thornton 2/54, Estate of Hunpliroy ;. Seabury 
1/64, New Bedford; Benjamin C. Crorwell 4/54, Vineyard Eavon. Tvio 
docks, throj rxtsts, elliptic stern, a billothoad. Previously cn- 
rpllod at Now Bedford Sept. 11, 1891, 

609* HUNTER , bark, of N-w Bedford. Registered Doc. 3; 1867 - pcrmncnt. 
Built at Bath, Mo. in 1851. 355.13 tons; length 124 ft., breadth 
28.2 ft., depth 17.8 ft.. liistjr: JosialiE. Chase. 0wn3rs: Jona- 
thcji Bourne Jr. 5/l6 , IJillioia J. Rotch 3/l6 , Isaac D. Hall 2/l6 , 
Oliver Prescott 2/16, New Bedford; Aldun Besso l/l5 , V/aroham; Frederick 
Tompkins l/l6 , Haj-iilton 3. Tompkins l/l5 , Newport, R.I. Tvio decks, 
three msts, square stern, a billc^tlicad. Vessel oltorcd. Previously 
registered at Nqw Bedford Aug. 30, 1855. Joax-s V. Cox, surveyor. 
(Cf. Vol. II) 

610 IDf. A. Jr^Yiv^ . schooner, of Brookliaven, N.Y. Registered Joji. 20, 1868 - 
temporary. Built at Port Jefferson, N.Y. in 18b3. 217.75 tons; 
length 99.5 ft., breadth 28.17 ft., depth 8.55 ft. fester: William 
LI. Terry. Owners: Scuddor Jnyne 2/l5 , 3enj;-J.xLn F. Jayne l/l6 , 
Micah Jayno l/l6,- Benjamin Jor-es l/l5 , Jesse D. Hawkins 1/16 , Thomas 
D. Baylies l/l6 , Joseph Haiuviond l/l5 , Sylvester T. VJines 1/16 , Brook- 
haven, N.Y. ; Sydney Terry l/l6 , B.F. Terry l/l6, Uarren Youngs l/l6 , 



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Julia A. Edvdards I/I6, Riverhead, N.Y. ; .dtiol Abbott I/I6 , Brooklyn, 
N.Y. ; Sanuel C. Fabor I/I6 , JarcG Monford I/I6 , Bridgeport, Conn, 
Ono deck, two nnsts, square stern, a billctliead. Previously onrollod 
r.t Port Jefferson, N.Y. July 12, 1867. 

611*^ ILLINOIS , bo.rk, of New Bedford. Rogistored Jan. 8, 1872 - poriia- 
nont. Built at New York in 182G. 408.91 tons; length 117.57 ft., 
breadth 29,5 ft., depth 17.84 ft. Master: Josiah Richaond. Owners: 
Goorgc F. Bartlctt and Ivory H. Bartlett 10/52, Jolm R. Thornton and 
VJalter S. Thornton 4/32, Hr.rvey Bcrtlett l/52, Alexander G. Uyrick 
1/32, Charles Hitch & Son 2/52, 7Jillian L. Zdv-/--.rds 1/32, Thorns H. 
Soule 1/32, Humphrey Slxarraan 2/32, Horatio Hathaway 2/32, ijilliaia 
Lewis 2/32, Now Bedford; Gcorge F. Tripp 2/32, Fairhavcn; Charles 
Brewer & Co. 4/32, 'cJost Roxbury. Two decks, throe ;.ZLSts, square 
stern, an Indian head. Vessel alteixjd. Previously registered at 
Now Eodford Sept. 26, 1864. J..i. P. Allen, surveyor. \Jrec::3:l in 1878. 
(Cf. Yol, I & II) 

612 n^IAMA, schooner, of Ifew Bedford. Registered Nov. 4, 1913 - perna- 
nent. Built at Essex in 1893. 88 tons; length 106 ft., breadth 
24.4 ft., depth 10*3 ft. u5astcr: li^nuel Rosa. Ovmers; J.O. 
Axiarontos, New Bedford. Ono dock, two rii?sts, elliptic stem, a 
gSTi'ion head. Previously enrollud at Gloucester ©ct. 20, 1913. Sold 
foreign in 1916. 

513 IONIA J bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 30, 1867 - peEiianent* 
BLiilt at Duxbury in 1847. 291.2 tons; length 107.7 ftn, breadth 
24.8 ft., depth 10.1ft. fester: John 0. Norton. Ovvnors: Edr.und 
Ivhxfield 10/52, Alexaaidcr H.- Seabury 10/32, Russell Lb.sficld 2/32, 
Taber, Road & Co. 2/32, George Barney 2/32, Edwrxd Cannon 4/52, 
New Bedford; John 0. Norton 2/3 2, Edgartovm. Ono deck, three riasts, 
square stem, a billotiiead. Previously enrolled at Boston Oct. 23, 
1863. 

614 IR.-1. BLISS , schooner, of Port Jefferson, N.Y. Registered Ivlar. 9, 1682 • 
teiaporary. Built at NoW York in lo47. 174.67 tons; length 90.4 ft., 
breadth 25,7 ft., depth 9.5 ft. Jfastor; J. ;».lien Hudson. Owners: 
J. .^llen Hudson 5/l2, Stony Brook, N.Y,; Era let B. Darling 3/12, 
Joseph S. Hawkins 3/l2, .Ubert H. Hudson l/l2 , Brookhaven, N.Y, One 
deck, tvjo nasts, square stern, -. billcthead. Vessel rcbuiD.t in 1880, 
Previously enrolled '-.t Now York July 30, 1881. 

615* IRVING , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Ifcy 13, 1868 - p.;r.:ia- 
nent. Place and date built net available. Formerly the British 
Schooner HATTIE HUNT wrecked in American waters; repaired and 
registered by U.S. "citizens. 108,1 tons; length 78,3 ft., breadth 
24,1 ft,, depth 9.2 ft. Master: Frederick Joseph, Owners: Jona- 
than Bourne Jr,, Nev; Bedford, One deck, tv/o masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Lawrence Grinnell, surveyor. 

616 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 9, 1868 - 

pernanent . Master: Geor^ Fox. Owners: William P, Hovjland, 
Fairhaven, 



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SchoonBr, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registarod July 18, 1872 - 
permanent. Master: Narciso d'Azevedo. Ovjnors: John Joseph FornjAndcz, 
Now Bedford. Vessel wrecked, 

ISABELLA. , brig, of Now Bedford. Registered May 13, 1878 - permanent. 
Built at Derby, Conn, in 1845, 132.14 tons; length 83 ft,, breadth 
25.4 ft,, depth 10,2 ft. Master: George S. Garvin. Ovmors: William 
Lovjis 1/8, Doane & Co. 1/8, Charles Taber 1/8, Alexander G. l/tyrick 
1/8, George F. Bartlett l/8, Alexander H. Seabury l/8, Samuel C. Hart 
1/15 , William Baylies l/l5, Abram Chase l/32, INicw Bedford; Benjamin 
B. Church l/32, Gosnold; George S. Garvin l/l6 Saco , Mo. One deck, 
two masts, square . stern, a scroll head. Provioisly registered at 
New London, Conn. June 7, 1875. 

Brig, of New Bedford. Ro-rcgisterod May 29, 1880 - permanent. 
Master: Benjamin C. Blossom. Ovraers: William Lewis 1/8, Simeon 
Doane 1/8, George F. Bartlett l/8, Charles Taber 1/8, Alexander G. 
Myrick 1/8, Alexander H. Seabury 1/8, Samuel C, Hart l/l6 , William 
Baylies l/l5, Abr.-am Chase l/32, Bcvi Bedford; Benjamin B. Church l/32, 
Gosnold; Benjamin C. Blossom l/l5, Dartmouth. 

Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 25, 1884 - permanent, 
125,23 tons. Owners: William Lewis 4/32, Simeon Doane l/8, George 
r. Bartlett l/8, Ch<:jrles Taber l/8, Alexander G. Myrick l/8, Alexander 
H, Seabury 1/8, Samuel C. Hart l/l6, Williara Baylies l/l5 , Abram 
Chase i/32, New Bedford; Benjamin C. Blossom 3/32, Dartmouth. 

ISLAKOIR, bark, of New Bedford, Registered July 25, 1871 - permanent. 
Built' at rairhaven in 1856, 240.41 tons; lon£th 105 f to , breadth 
27.1 ft., depth 15.1 ft. Master: John C. HajK-iiiic Owners: George 
F. Br.rtlott 3/16, Ivory H. Bartlett Jr. 5/l6, T' s^A B. Kompt on l/l2, 
Charles E. Hawes l/l2, Rodolphus Beotle l/l2 , Ifew Bedford; John C. 
Haiiiblin 4/l6, Falmouth, Tvjo decks, three meists, square stern, c 
billethoad. Previously registered at New Bedford Nov. 10, 1865. 
Sold foreign in 1873, (Cf. Vol. II) 

ISQLA , brig, of New York. Registered Jan, 13, 1870 - temporary. 
Built at Bucksport, Ivjb, in 1862. 191.89 tons; length 93.7 ft., breadth 
24.9 ft., depth 5.7 ft. Master: George Cables, Owri;rs: Calvin 
Adaras, New York. One deck, tvjo masts, square stem, a billethoad. 
Previously enrolled at Baltimore, Md, Oct. 5, 1869, 

J.B, ATKINSON , schooner, of Philadelphia, Pa. Registered Jen, 28, 1885 
temporary. Built at Milford, Del. in 1875. 402.85 tons; length 
126.5 ft., breadth 33 ft., depth 9.7 ft. Master: John H.I. Donahoo, 
Oiimors: Jamjs H, Hubbard 5/128, Maurice Cain 5/128, Lewis Atkinson 
S./128, M.A. Bowon 16/128, Henry D. May 8/128, Henry Enderson 15/128, 
Anna E. Simpson 15/128, William M. Simpson 15/128, A.H, Cain 15/128, 
J,B. Atkinson 8/128, Lewis Hess 8/128, James H. Gordon 4/128, 
Thomas 'Winsmore 4/128, Philadelphia,' pa. One dock, throe masts, a 
counter stern, scroll head. Previously enrolled at New York Oct. 15, 
1884. Previous enrollment lost. 



J.B. KING CO. NO. 20 , schoonor bargo, of Now York. Registorod Fob. 24, 
1913 - temporary. Built at Port Richmond, N.Y. in 1899. 1119 tons; 
length 203.3 ft., breadth 35 ft., depth 19 ft. Master: E.H. Card. 
Oivners: J.B. King Tr^-nsportation Co. Inc., New York. One deck, throe 
crists, round stern, a plain head. Previously enrolled at Ncw York 
Jan. 28, 1913. 

J.H. 'JAIIvl'ffilGH T, schooner, of Philadelphia, Pa. Registered Sept. 23, 
1878 - tehiporoxy. Built at Cape May, N.J. in 1859. 197.18 tons; 
length 107.1 ft., breadth 28.8 ft., depth 9.1 ft. Ltister: Jazaes 
Cullon. Owners: Lathbury, Stcarley & Co. l/l6, J.D. Pcttit l/l6 , 
Robert Corson 2/l5, Philadelphia, Pa.; Enos Mulford l/l6 , Mallincourt 
TorcGlin 2/16, Elizabeth Dchorty 3/16, W.G. Tcwnsend l/l5, VJilliciTi F. 
Gr.rrison 4/l6, Frank Ludloii? l/l6, New Jersey. One deck, two rxists, 
square stern, a figurehead. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sept. 5, 1877. 

J.ri.COB KEINZE: , schooFi^r, of Philadelphia, Pa. Registered at ¥archam 
June 15, 1869 - tmiporary. Built at Bridgetovm, N.J. in 1864. 
189.07 tons; length 109.5 ft., breadth 28.5 ft., depth 9.5 ft. Master: 
Andrew Stceli-nan. Owners: Silas Wheaton 1/32, Joseph B. Vanduscn 
2/16, Enos Whitnorc l/l6 , John H. Allan l/l6 , fery E. Veuren l/l6 , 
Capo May County, N.J,; Andrew Steeliacn l/l6, Edvjard Tabor 1/32, 
JaCBS Budd l/32, Rufus Budd l/32, Cape May, N.J.; Jacob Keinzlc 2/16, 
Charles C. Grosscup l/l6 , John Neilon l/l5, David D. Sheppard l/l6 , 
Benjamin T, V/are l/32, Heratil J, Ellesborn 3/32, Robert Carll and 
Jacob Belcher l/l6 , Ciu'^.bcrland County, N.J. One deck, two Easts, square 
stern, a billotlcad. Previously enrolled ot Philadelphia, pa. June 
6, 1868. 

JACOB A. Ha'JLAtTD , bark, of New Bedford, Registered Sept. 24, 1877 - 
permanent. Built at Now Bedford in 1877. 355.16 tons; length 119.7 
ft., breadth 26.5 ft., depth 17.5 ft, lihstorj Jacob A. Rowland. 
Owners: yillian C.N, Swift l/lS, Eliza N, Svvift 12/16, Jacob A. 
Rowland 1/16 , Frederick Swift 1/15, New Bedford; Willi on H. Aiken 
l/l5, Dartmouth. Two decks, throe rrasts, square stern, a billethead.- 
0. Snalloy, surveyor, 'ircckcd at Johnston Islands Doc. 25, 1889, 

JACOB J I. aiSKELL , schooner, of Boston, Rogisterod Oct. 24, 1894 - 
tonporary. Built at Boston in 1874, 460.61 tons; length 141.8 ft., 
breadth 32,1 ft,, depth 15.4 ft, Lfcistor; J.F, Studlcy. Owners: 
Jacob M. Haskell 19/54, E,B, Grant 2/64, J. Gross 2/64, Joseph Cald- 
well 1/64, Nathaniel T. Gorhai;i l/64, George Matthews 1/54, Edward B, 
Matthews l/64, John H. Sullivan 2/64, C.R. Kittrodgo 2/64, Janes H. 
Shapleigh l/64, Boston; Peter H. Crowell 10/54, Edw.ard E. Crowell 
1/64, Dennis; George E, Ualcott 1/64, Concord, N.H.; L.A. Roby 6/64, 
Nashua, N,H,; Goorgo \i , Hall 4/54, Howard I, Gardner 2/64, Henry 
Lippett 4/64, Henry F, Lippott, Trustee 2/64, Abby F. Lippctt 2/54, 
PrGVidenco, R.I, Tvjo decks, throe rnsts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Galveston, Texas Juno 16, 1894. 



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629 JAI"IES ALLBN , bark, of Nov; Butlford. Registered Jan. 3, 1872 - p.jri.ioncnt. 
Built at Frdrliavcn in 1844. 349*73 tens; length 109.8 f t i , brucclth 
27.2 ft., depth 18 ft, I.fcstcr: Willian H. Kolley. Owners: Gilbert 
Allen 1/16, Gideon Allen & Sons 2/16, Gideon Allen Jr. l/l6 , 5bcn 
perry 2/16, Estate of Pardon Tillinghast 2/l6, Caleb Kenpton 1/16 , 
Gideon Allen 3/16, New Bedford} Henry H. Allen 4/16, 3an Francisco, 
Calif. Two decks, throe rastsj square stern, a billothead. Previously 
registered at NeW Bedford Aug. 23, 1855. '.ircGkod in 1875. (Of. Vol* 

I & II) 

630 j;j\.IBS ALLBN , bark, of Ncvj Bedford, Registered Scpt^ 17, 1877 - perna- 
nont. Built at Bath, Iv5c. in 1877. 348.4 tons; length 116.7 ft., 
breadth 27.8 ft,, depth 17.1 ft. Master: Theodore A. Lake. Owners; 
Gilbert Allen and Gideon .-aien 5/15, Frederick S. alien l/l5 , Swift & 
Allen 1/15, Gideon Allen Jr. 1/16 , Edward S. Tabor 1/16 , Caleb Kenpton 
1/16, Howland & Coggeshall 1/16 , New Bedford; Theodore A. Lake 1/ IS , 
Little Coi.ipton, R.I.; Henry H. Allen 4/l5, San Fr-ncisco, Calif, Two 
decks, three r.iasts, elliptic stern, a billetlje id. Previously enrolled 
at Bath, Mo. Aug, 24, 1877. 

631 Bark, of Now Bedford, Re-rogistered Sept. 5, 1681 - periia- 
nent. Owners: Gilbert idlen 7/32, Swift & iUlen 2/3 2, Frederick S: 
Allen 2/32, Gideon ^^lon Jr» 3/32, Howland & Coggeshall 2/3 2, Edward 
S. Tabor 2/32, Caleb Keiipton 2/32, New Bedford; Theodore ;., Lake 2/32, 
Little Conpton, R.I.-; Horary H. Allen 10/32, San Francisco,' Calif. 

632 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rcgistore d July 1, 1885 - pernajient . 
330.98 tons* Owners; Gilbert Alien '8/32, Svaft & ..lien 2/32, Fred- 
erick S. Allen 2/32) Gideon rxllon Jr.' 5/32, Bradford H. Coggeshall 
1/32, Edward S. Taber 2/32, Estate of Caleb Kenpton 2/32, NcW' Bedford; 
Theodore ^^. Laie 2/32, Little Co:.:pton, R,I.; Hciiry H. Allen 10/32, 

San Frcncisco, Calif, 

633 Bark, of NoW Bedford. Ro-registerod Aug. 24, 1885 - 
pcmajaent. Owners: Gilbert Allen 10/32, Gideon Allen Jr. 3/32, 
Bradford H. Coggeshall 1/32, Swift & :.llen 2/32, Frederick S. xUlen ■ 
2/32, Edward S. Taber 2/32, New Bedford; Theodore A. Lake 2/32, 
Little Conpton, R.I. ; Henry H..-0.ien 10/32, San Francisco, Calif, 

634*^ J.'JvES iiRNQLD , ship, of New Bedford, Registered May 26, 1866 - perna- 
4icnt. Built at New Bedford in 1852. 345.84 tons; length 115,2 ft,, 
breadth 27.7 ft,, depth 17.5 ft. Master: Thottas Sullivan. Owners: 
^iJillian G. Tabor 2/32, Jaxios Arnold 8/32, Henry Tabor 8/32, Uillian 
Gordon 2/32, Joseph Brovmell 2/32, Estate of John Hunt 2/52, Henry 
T. Wood 2/32,. Thoiias Sullivan 4/32, New Bedford; lTilliai-.i P. Briggs 
1/32, Dartnouth; 14iry E. Gordon l/32, Brooklyn, N.Y. Two decks, 
three nasts, soLuaro stern, a billetlioad. Vessel altered. Pre- 
viously registered at New Bedford June 11, 1852. J.B. Snith, surveyor, 
(Cf, Vol. II) 

635 Ship., of Now Bedford. Re-registoTCd Oct. 11', 1859 - perna- 

nunt. Llastor; Willian P. Briggs. avners: Willian G. TabGr 10/32, 
Henry .Taber 8/32, Thorns Sullivan 2/32, Estate of John Hunt 2/32, 
Williar.1 Gordon Jr. 2/32, Henry T. Wood 2/32, Joseph Brownoll 2/52, 
New Bedford; Willian P. Briggs 3/32, Dartnouth; Mary E. Gordon l/32, 
Brookljm, N.Y. 



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635 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-regiGtered June S, 1674 - permanent. 

Master: Thomas H. V/ilson. Owners: William G. Taber E/3£, Henry Taber 
8/32, Thomas H. Wilson 2/32, William Gordon 2/32, Joseph Brovmell 2/32, 
Henry T. VJood 2/32, William Gordon Jr. 1/32, Allan & Whitney l/32, 
E.B. & F. Macy 1/32, Charles Briggs 1/32, New Bedford; William I » Briggs 
2/32, Dartmouth; Benjaniin S. Roteh 6/32, Boston; Estate of Charles 
Hunter 2/32, Newport, R.I. 

537 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 14, 1878 - permanent. 
Owners: William G. Taber 2/32, Henry Taber 10/32, Thomas H. Wilson 2/32, 
Estate of William Gordon 2/32, Joseph Brownell 2/32, Henry T. Wood 2/32, 
William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Allan & Whitney l/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, 
Charles Briggs l/32, New Bedford; 'Jilliam F. Briggs l/32, Dartmouth; 
Benjamin S. Rotch 6/32, Boston. 

538 Ship, of 'New Bedford. Rs^-regist jrud Oct. 7, 1878 - permanent. 
Owners: Vlilliam G. Tabor 2/32, Henry Tabor 10/52, Iw'illiam Gordon Jr. 
2/32, Thomas H. Wilson 2/32, Allan & ./hitnoy 1/52, Charles Briggs l/32, 
E.B. & F. Macy l/32, William P. Briggs l/32, Joseph, Brownell 2/32, 
Henry T. ^'ood 2/32, Charles Tabor 2/32, Now Bedford; Benjamin S, Rotch 
6/32, Boston. 

359 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 13, 1882 - permanent. 

328.55 tons. Master; J.T. Sherman. Owners: i;illiaia G. T-^ber 2/32, 
William Gordon Jr. 2/52, Henry Taber 11/32, Henry T. Wood 2/32, Charles 
Taber 4/32, Robert Allan 1/32, E.B. & F. Macy 1/32, Charles Briggs 1/32, 
Antone L* Sylvia 2/32, New Bedford; Estate of Benjamin S. Rotch 5/32, 
Boston. 

540 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered .Oct, 13, 1886 - permanent. 
Master: Alonzo 0, Herendeen. Owners: VJilliam G. Taber 2/32, VJilliam 
Gordon Jr. 2/32, Henry Taber 11/52, Charles Taber 4/32, Robert Allan 
1/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/52, Edward D. Mandell 2/52, Charles Briggs 1/52, 
Antone L» Sylvia 2/52, New Bedford; Estate of Benjcuiiin S. Rotch 6/32, 
Boston, 

541 Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 22, 1891 - permanent. 
Master: Theodore S. Morse. Ovmers: William G, Taber 2/32, Henry Taber 
11/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Edward D. Llandell 4/32, Francis Hathaway 
2/32, Hor&tio:.Hathaway 1/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, 
New Bedford; Estate of Benjainin S. Rotch 6/32, Boston; Theodore S. Morse 
1/32, Mattapoisett. Sold foreign in 1895. 

642 Ji-J'ES BOYCE , schooner, of New Haven, Corm. Registered Aug, 14, 1902 - 
temporary. Built at East Haven, Conn, in 1877. 430 tons; length 
142.5 ft., breadth 52.5 ft., depth 12.5 ft. Master: Albert L. Swan. 
Owners: Frank W. Benedict 8/54, Nellie H. Benedict 1/64, Sarah M. 
Benedict l/64, Henry H. Benedict 3/64, Magnus Manson 2/64, Edwin B. 
Bowditch 2/64, Estate of Louis H. Berkelee 2/54, Henry Reynolds 2/64, 
Lyman M. Law 2/64, Francis A. xUling 2/54, Gilbert Manson 2/54, J.J. 
Croft 1/64, Adeliza Morgan 2/54, Nathan S. Johnson l/64, Harry Pre scott 
2/54, Sperry & Barnes 4/64, Mary A. Eliot 6/64, New Haven, Conn.; 
Caroline B. Crossly 2/64, Madison, Conn.; Alden H. Hill 2/64, North B 
Branford, Conn.; Francis E. Bristol 1/51, Jjisonia, Conn.; James Boyce 
4/64, William H. Far land 2/64, Baltimore, Md. ; M.-idden Bros 4/64, Boston; 
Catharine C. Douglass 2/64, Greenwich, Conn.; Charlotte I. Smith 2/64, 
Nathan Hedges 2/64, Brooklyn, N. Y. Two decks, three masts, square 
stern, a billethsad. Previously enrolled at New Haven, Conn. Jan. 11, 
1902. 



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G43* Jj.-AIES M'^URY ^ bark, of New Bedford. Ro^^istcred Sept. 24, 1668 - perua- 
na nt . Built at Boston in 1825. 431.7 tons; longtli 117.4 ft.,, 
breadth 28.4 ft., depth 19.8 ft. Master: John C. Sriith. Ovnicrs: 
Edward D. Mandoll and Chaxles R. Tucker 1/2, Thonas liindell l/S, 
New Bedford; Estate of Edvjard H, Robinson 3/8, New York. Two docks, 
three nasts, square stern, a billothead. Vessel altered, previously 
registered at New Bedford Nov« 28, 1855. Lawrence Grinnell, surveyor. 
(Cf. Vol. I & II) 

S44 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registcred June 6, 1872 - par:.rL- 

nont. Owners: Edward D. M-.ndcll l/8, Charles R, Tucker & Co. l/2. 
New Bedford; Estate of Edward M. Robinson 3/8, New York. 

645 Bark, of Boston, Re-registered May 3, 1873 - tenporary. 

Ifester: D.A. Saunders. Owners: Jolm G. Hall and E.D, Gaaage, Boston, 
Sold foreign. 

645 JiiiilES E. COBURN , schooner, of NeW Bedford. Registered Feb. 8, 1929 - 
periTanent. Built at South Orrington, Me. in 1919. 898 tons; length 
189..4 ft., breadth 39.3 ft., depth 19 ft. tfester: Januario J. 
Fonseca, Owners; Januario J. Fonseca, New Bedford. Tivo decks, 
four riasts , elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at 
Jacksonville, Fla. June 30, 1927. Vessel foundered i-^pr. 17, 1929, 

547 J/USIET , bark, of Westport. Registered Dec. 20, 1856 - pernanont. 
Built at Portland, Me. in 1845, 157.87 tons; length 89.1 ft., 
breadth 23.2 ft., depth 11.4 ft. tlastcr: -.lonzo J. Lforvin, Oivnersj 
I-fonry V/ilcox 17/32^ Job Davis 4/32, Thoiias '.-J, Mayhew 2/32, Giles R. 
Gifford 1/32, ITilliara P. Hovdand 1/32, Westport; Willi an Watkins 
1/32, Oliver H.P. Brown 2/3 2, Williaivi H. Urightington 2/32, i^bner 

T. Davis 2/32, NqW Bedford. One dock, throe ciasts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at Nevj Bedford July 14, 1859, 
(Cf. Vol. I & II) 

548 Bark, of Uestport, Ro-rogistercd Nov. 5, 18G9 - perna- 
nont. Master: Gcorge N» Macy. Owners: Henry VJilcox 18/32, 
Job Davis 4/32, Thonas W, Mayhew 2/32, ¥illian P. Howland l/32, 
Wcstport; Willian ¥atkins l/32, Oliver H.P. Brown 2/32, Uillian 
H. Vj'rightington 2/3 2, Abncr T. Davis 2/3 2, New Bedford, 

549 Dark, of New Bedford. Ro-registored Lfer, 20, 1874 - 
perr^ancnt. Master: John Dernarc.. Owners; Antono Thorns, Nov* 
Bedford. 

650 Dark, of NqW Bedford. Re-r o gist ere d .^.pr, 12, 1875 - 
permanent. Master: Peter Gartland. Owners; 'w'illiaia Levds 3/l6 , 
Peter Gartland 2/l6 , Sineon Doane 2/16^ Harvey Bartlett l/l5, 
Charles H, Gifford l/l6 , Abrahan Chase l/3 2, Alexander G. %rick 
1/32, Benjarjin T. Cuiii".iings l/l6, New Bedford; Felix G, Viliitney 2/16, 
Henry F. B^arrows 2/16, Attleborough; EenjarxLn B. Church l/l6 , 
Gosnold. 

651 Bark, of No* Bedford. Re-registered Fob, 19, 1877 - 
perrxnent. Ovmors: William Lewis 3/16, Peter Gartland 2/16, 
Sineon Doane 2/15, Harvey Bartlett l/l6 , Charles H. Gifford 
1/16, Abraham Chase 1/32, .Uexander G, Myrick l/22, Benjamin T. 
Curxiings l/l5, New Bedford; George B. Whitney 2/16, Henry F. 
Barrov;s 2/16, .t^ttleboro; Denjariin E. Church l/l6 , Gosnold. Vessel 
lost at sea in 1880, 



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Ji JCTS , ship, of New Bodford. Registered Juno 9, 1871 - pcrncmo nt . Duilt 
at RochostGi- in 1842. 276.96 tons; langth 99.8 ft., breadth 26.8 ft., 
depth 17.4 ft. Master; Ebenozer F. Nyo. Owners: Eben Perry 9/32, 
Estate of Obod N. Swift 2/32, New Bedford; VJilliara C.N. Sivift 19/32, 
Uillian H. Mken 2/32, Dartnouth. Ti/vo decks, three oasts, square stem, 
a billethead. Previously registered at Nqw Bedford Dec, 5, 1865. 
(Of. Vol. I & II) 

Bark J of NqW Bedford. Rc-rogistorod Dec. 15, 1879 - perrianont. 
1,'laster: W.D. Gifford. Ovmors: Frederick Swift l/l5 , Estate of Obcd N. 
Swift 1/16, VJillian C.W. Si'/ift 13/lS, New Bedford; Williaiu H, >.ikcn 
l/l6 , Dartnouth. Vessel wrecked in 1881* 

JAVA , bark, of New Bedford. Registorod Dec. 9, 1867 - perriancnt. Built at 
Haverliill in 1818. • 290.45 tons; length 98.1 ft., breadth 26.4 ft., depth 
17.7 ft. Master: Charles H. Kerpton. avners: Joshua C. Hitch 2/32, 
Charles Hitch 4/32, Isaac D. Hall 4/3 2, Stephen G. Driscoll 4/32, -mdrew 
H. Potter 2/32, Charles L. Wood 2/32, Joseph To.ber 1/32, Willi an 'J. 
Crapo 1/32, Jones B, Wood & Co, 8/32, Now Bedford; Willian C,N, Swift 
2/32, Dartnouth; Nathan S. Smth 2/32, Tisbury. Tvjo decks, tlxrcc nasts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New "iodford ^^ug. 31, 
1864. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Bark, of Novj Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 1, 1872 - pernanent. 
Master; Jojxs H. Fisher. Owners: Joshua C. Hitch 2/32, Chaarles Hitch 
4/32, Charles L. Wood 5/32, Isaac D. Hall 4/32, Stephen G, Driscoll 4/32, 
Edward D, Mindell 2/32, Uillian .^. Tillinghast 2/32, Dean & Driggs 2/32, 
j'aidrew H. Potter 2/32, Willi on C.N. Svaft 2/32, VJillian W, Crapo 1/32, 
Joseph Tabor. 1/52, ijitono L. Sylvia l/32, New Bedford. Vessel abandoned 
in Arctic Ocean. 

^ JAVA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered June 8, 1869 - pomoncnt . Built 
at Mcdford in 1818. 309.13 tons; length 100.8 ft., breadth 25,7 ft., depth 
17.6 ft, I'hster; Bcnjauin Ifonter 2d. Owners: Matthew Hov/land l/2, 
George Howland Jr. 5/l6, George How land Jr., Matthew Howloiid .and Edviford 
W. Howlojid, Trustees of Chcj?les W. Howland 2/15, Edward S. Tabor l/l6 , 
Now Bedford, Two docks, three msts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously registered at NeW Bedford Sept. 5, 1850. Lawrence Grinncll, 
surveyor. Vessel crushed by ice and abandoned Juno 7, 1877. (Cf. Vol. 
I & II) 

JENNY GREENE' JJK , schooner, of New Bedford. Register:. d Nov. 13, 1900 - 
pernanent. Built at Rockland, Me. in 1881. 85 tons; length 73.3 ft., 
breadth 21.3 ft., depth 5.8 ft. Master: Julio M» Fornandes, Owners: 
Julio H. Fornajides, NoW Bedford, One deck, two nasts, square storn, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Portsnouth, N,H* May 25, 1899, 
Sold foreign in 1901, 

JESSE lARLOW , schooner, of Bourne. Registered Aug. 8, 1899 - tcnporary. 
Built at Boston in 1809. 252 tons; length 120.5 ft., breadth 30.4 ft,, 
depth 11.1 ft. Master: E,W. Barlow. Ovmors: E.W. Barlow 6/G4, i^lonzo 
Landers 2/64, R.P, Collins 2/54, Jcsso Bn.rlow 2/54, Willian ix. Barloiv 
2/54, Janes T. Handy 2/54, Scth P. Burgess 2/54, Isaac N, Keith 2/54, 



(-:i:;i:'v':.. 



Frank Handy l/S4, Dour no ; Sai.iuol S. Dovis 2/64, ^^sa Shivcrick 2/54, 
Louiso F. Davis l/S4, F.ili.ioutli; C.Z.'i. Shorrian 5/G4, Goorgo Donnott 
4/G4, Attloboro; Guorgc Foster 2/G4, Ifensf iold; Jolm Linnell 1/64, 
C & J.F. B'.iker l/64, lioston; Edward F. llansfi^^ld 4/64, Thoiv^:.s N. Hart 
& Co. 3/64, Oliver "iJ. Cobb l/64, Jaboz ^•^. Goriian l/64, George 'J. Uallaco 
1/64, New Dodford; Elizabeth R. Swan 2/G4, Fairliavon; Nathan Gibbs 2/S4, 
Warohar.i; S.a:..iucl Ryder l/54, Cleveland, Ohio; Lutl:icr A, Roby 5/G4, ClicTles 
A. Roby 4/o4, Nashua, N,?I. One deck, three rnsts, elliptic stern, a 
billothcad. Previcusly enrcllcd at Darnstablo Sept. 24, 1893. 

Schooner, of Bourne. Re-roristered Iifar. 15, 1901 - toiiporary. 
ttister: Jesse 3. Darlow. Ovmers: Jcsso D. Darlovj 5/54, Jr^i'jes T. Handy 
2/G4, Scth P. Durgess 2/G4, Isaac N. Keith 2/G4, Frank Handy 1/G4, 
Alonzo Landors 2/54, R.F. Collins 2/G4, Jesse Barlow 2/G4, l/illior.i x^. 
Barlow 2/G4, Bourne; Saj;-iucl S. Davis 2/G4, i^Lsa Shivcrick 2/64, Louise 
F. Davis 1/54, FaLviouth ; C.E.'i/. Shorr.;an 6/34, Gcoree Bennett 4/34, 
Attleboro; Georac Foster 2/54, Mansfield; Jolm Linnell 1/34, JaiMOs Sheriian 
1/64, C. & J.F. Balcer 1/G4, Boston; Edward F. Ilansfiold 4/64, Thonas N. 
Hart & Co. 3/54, Oliver 'J. Cobb 1/64, Jabez A.. GorhaiM l/64, GC'OrGe U. 
Uallace 1/54, Nev; Bedford; Elizabeth R. Swan 2/5'i , Fairhaven; Nathan 
Gibbs 2/34, w'arehan; Sariucl Ryder l/34, Cleveland, Ohio; Luther a. Roby 
5/64, Charles A, Roby 4/54, Nashua, N.H. Previously enrolled at Hyannis 
Aug. 26, 1900. 

JIREE PERRY ^ ship, of New Bedford. Registered ¥nj 11, 1858 - pernanent. 
Built at Newburyport in 1G52. 515.07 tons; length 121*1 ft., breadth 
26.6 ft., depth 15 ft. Master: George F. Srdth. Ovmerst Ebcn Perry 
8/32, Estate of Obed N. Swift 5/32, F.R.S. Nye 1/32, New Bedford; 
Vailiaa C.N. Swift 13/32, Dartnouth; Hexinah E. Ferry 4/32, Boston. Two 
decks, throe nasts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered 
at Now Bedford June 20, 1834. Lawrence Grinnell, surveyor. (CF. Vol. II) 

Ship, of Novj Bedford. Re-registorcd July 3, 1679 - pernanent. 
LfeiSter: /a'xs .i. Chase. Owners: Frederick Swift 4/32, Uillian C.N. 
Swift 21/32, Estate of Obed N. Swift 5/32, F.R.S. Nye l/S2, New Bedford, 
Vessel conderined and broken up. 

JOHN AVILES , brig, of Boston. Registered Oct. 2, 1869 - temporary. 
Bu.ilt at rjestbreek, Me. in 1857. 181.59 tons; length 90.3 ft., 
breadth 24.2 ft*, depth 10.6 ft. Master: J. F. Macomber. Owners: 
George T. Clark 5/15, Andrer; F. TJarren 2/l6, Henry Kelley l/l6, Boston; 
Alexander Gormley 6/16, Ner; Bedford; T.T. Eaton l/l6, George W. Eaton 
l/l6. Deer Isle, Me. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Baltimore, jj;^. Aug. 20, 1869, 

JOHN CliRVER , bark, of Ncw Bedford. Registered Nov, 12, 1855 - pernanent. 
fiuilt at Searsport, Ivb, in 1857. 319.3 tons; length 107.6 ft., breadth 
26.3 ft., depth 15.8 ft. Master; Henry F. VJorth. Oivnors: Joseph 
Khowles 3/16, Thonas Knowles l/4, John P. Kiiowlos l/4, Josiah N. Knowles 
l/O, John P. Knowles Jr. l/l3, Thoiias H. Knowles l/l5, Sidney ".J. Knoxvles 
1/32, Charles Hitch l/32. New Bedford. One deck, tlireo ..r.sts, square 
stern, a billethead. Vessel altered. Previously register:; d at Ncvj York 
Sept. 11, 1855, George B, Richmond, surveyor. 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 22, 1870 - permanent. 
Master: H.D. Howland. Owners: Joseph Knowles 5/32, Thomas Knowles 
8/32, John P. Khowles 8/32, Charles Hitch 2/32, John P. Knowles Jr. 
2/32, Thomas H. Knowles 6/32, S;Ldney W. Knowles 1/32, New Bedford. 

Bark, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered May 17, 1880 - permanent. 
Master: Abraham Smith. Ovmers; Thomas H. Kaov;les 0/32, John P. Knowles 
10/32, John P. Knowles Jr. 2/32, Sidney W, Kaowles l/32, Estate of 
Thomas Knowles 5/32, Rufus Randall 4/32, William H. Besse 2/32, New 
Bedford; Abraham Smith 2/3 2^ Amsterdam, N.Y. 

Bark, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered May 5, 1884 - perjianent. 
305.33 tons. Master: Albert C. Sherman. Owners: IJilliam Lewis 6/I6, 
Alexander H. Seabury 4/16, William Baylies 2/16, Samuel G. Hart I/I6 , 
Nathaniel Adams I/I6, William H. Bosso 2/l6, Now Bedford. Vessel 
ivrecked in Bering Sea June 21, 1886, 

JOHN DAWSON , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered Nov, 19, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Wilmington, N.C. in 1850, 237 34/95 tons; length 102 ft., 
breadth 20 ft,, depth 10.4 ft. Master: James Cottle Jr. Ovmors: 
William R. Wing and Joseph Wing 5/32, Charles R, Tucker & Co, 4/32, 
Amos C. Baker 2/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, Sullings & Kingman 2/32, Jacob 

B, Hadley 2/32, New Bedford; John \1. Cornell 2/32, Westport; Benjamin 

C. Cromivell l/32, Benjamin P. Brown l/32, Tisbury; Estate of Edward M. 
Robinson 6/32, Abner II. Davis 4/32, NeW York. One deck, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford June 
21, 1854. (Of. Vol. II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 19, 1867 - permanent. 
173.46 tons; length 99.8 ft., breadth 25.2 ft,, depth 10.2 ft. Master: 
Asaph S. Wicks. Owners: VJilliam R. Wing and Joseph Wing 8/32, Charles 
Re Tucker & Co. 4/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, Sullings & Kingman 2/32, Zeno 
Kelley 2/32, New Bedford; Asaph S, Wicks 1/32, Pocc.sset; Benjamin F. 
BroT,vn l/32, Tisbury; John W. Cornell 2/32, Dartmouth; Abner H. Davis 
4/32, Estate of EdvJo.rd M. Robinson 6/32, New York. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rcgistered July 5, 1870 - permanent. 
Ovjncrs: WilliaLi R, Wing ana Joseph Wing 12/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 
4/32, Amo-sa Whitney 3/32, Sullings & Kingman 2/32, Edvjard D. Mandell 
2/32, William W. Crapo 2/32, William R. Wing l/32, John Wing l/32, 
John R. Shurtleff l/32, Now Bedford; Asaph S. Wicks 2/32, Pocasset; 
Benjamin B, Church 1/32, Gosnold; Benjfimin F, Brovm l/32, Tisbury, 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-rogistered Nov. 25, 1872 - permanent, 
Ifcster: Caleb Babcock. Oimers: William R. Wing and Joseph Wing 12/32, 
•Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/32, Amasa Whitney 3/32, Sullings & King):ian 
2/32, William R. Wing 1/32, John Wing l/32, John R, Shurtleff l/32, 
William W. Crapo 2/32, Edward D. Mandell 2/32, New Bedford; Benjaj;iin P. 
Brown l/32 , Tisbury; Benjamin B. Church 1/32, Gosnold; Caleb Babcock 
2/32, OsT,vego, N.Y. 

Bark, of New Bedford, R^-rogistered Juno 11, 1879 - permanent. 
Master: Thomas P. Warren., amors; Willi ain R. Wing and Joseph Wing 
14/32, /iraasa Whitney 3/32, Willi era W. Crapo 2/32, Edwo.rd D. M'-aidcll 
2/32, John R. Shurtleff l/32, William R. Wing 1/32, John Wing 1/32, Polog 
S. Wing 1/32, New Bedford; Benjairiin B. Church l/32, Gosnold; ThorxLS P. 
Warren l/32, Edgar A. Hildreth 5/32, Southa..ipton, N.Y. 



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672 JOHN HA.TI-lfi.WAY . brig, of Fairhaven. Registered June 23, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Frankfort, Me. in 1353. 185.14 tons; length 105.6 ft., breadth 
26.9 ft., depth 9 ft. Master: William H. Haskins. Ovmers: William 

H. Haskins 7/16, Fairhaven; J, L. Hathaway 7/16, Brooklyn, N.Y. ; 
William R. Utley 2/l6, Hew York. One deck, tvra masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at NevJ York Feb. 28, 1865. 
Vessel condemned abroad in 1866. 

673 JOHN EOWIAiro , bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 31, 1871 - permanent. 
Built at New Bedford in 1830. 384.18 tons; length 111 ft., breadth 
27.5 ft., depth 19.35 ft. Master: Aluixauder fflielden. Oimcrs : James 

H. Hov/land 8/32, William 0. Brovmell 4/32, Estate of Stephen Taber 
2/32, J. Bourne Jr. l/32, Charles Nye Jr. l/32, Swift ;'. Allen 2/32, 
Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons 4/52, New Bedford; Willia-n Tucker 2/32, 
Edward Rowland 4/32, Alexander Wheld.en 4/32, Dartmouth. Tv/o decks, 
three masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously registered 
at San Francisco, Calif. Dec. 6, 1857. (Cf. Vol. I &- II) 

674 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-res istsred June 3, 1872 - perraanent. 
Master: Frederick P. Cole. O-uiers: Willia-i 0. Erownell 15/32, 
William T. Smith 4/52, Tabor, Read & Go. 2/32, Williaia 0. Brownell Jr. 
2/32, 3.B. & F. Macy l/32, Baylies & Cannon 2/32, Frederick P. Cole 
4/32, Thomas Luce 2/S2, New Bedford. 

675 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-rcsistcred Dec. 26, 1877 - permanent. 
Master: Frederick M. Green. O-.mers: George F. Bartlett 21/32, Alex- 
ander H. Soabury 2/32, Taber, Road & Gardner 2/32, Thomas luce 2/32, 
William Phillips & Son 2/32, Charles Taber S/32, Now Bedford; Benjamin 
3. Church l/32, Gosnold. 

676 JOHN MZSTTLER , schooner, of Sandwich. Registered Sept. 9, 1873 - tempor- 
ary. Built at Washington, N.J. in 1848. 62.83 tons;length 66.6 ft., 
breadth 22,8 ft,, depth 7 ft. Master: John H. Parker. Owners: Ebene- 
zer F. %e. Sandwich. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Falmouth Oct. 19, 1868. 

577 JOHN RANDOIPH . schooner, of Fairhaven. Registered Oct. 9, 1867 - per- 
manent. Built at Pl^^Tnouth in 1860. 32.78 tons; length 69.5 ft., 
breadth 29 ft,, depth 7,3 ft. Master: Edward Cogge shall. Owners: 
Dexter Jenuey 4/32, William F. Sullings 4/32, Silas La?7ronce l/32, 
Fairhaven; Edvjard Coggoshall 5/32, William M. Foster l/32, Charl-es W, 
Hurll 2/32, George Lee l/32, Caleb L. Ellis l/32, Anthony Hathaway 2/32, 
Noah Tripp 3/32, Bradford Hathaway 2/32, New Bedford; Hiram Whalon 2/52, 
Dartmouth; Jonathan Whalon 2/32, /aiielia S. Smith l/32, Charles H. 
Freclove l/32, Wcstport. One deck, two masts, a squ-.^-G .Jt..;rn, a bill; 
\e cl. Pr^Tiour.Iy on:i'ollv;d 't E'V, rto-.Ti Sept. 8, 1865. 






678 JOHt^T StalTH . schooner, of Providonco, R.I. Registered Nov. 10, 1899 - 
temporary, Bu.ilt at Essex in 1868, 44 tons; length 73.5 ft., breadth 
20.9 ft., depth 7.5 ft. Master: Manuel Rozr-. Owners: Peter Smith 
1/5, Manuel Roza 1/5, Joseph D. Silva 1/5, Providence, R.I.; Jose de 
Senna 1/5, Marcelino de Barros l/lO, Mar;- Douglas l/lO, New Bedford. 
One deck, two masts, square stern, a billether.d. PrQviousl3r registered at 
Gloucester July 7, 1897, 



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679 Schoonur, of Providence, R.I. Ro-rogi store rl Oct. 18, 1900 - 

tcnporary. Lfcstcr: I&inucl Jose d '/aidrade . Oi'mers: P.jter Snith 
8/30, I.fcnuel Rozr. 6/30, Josoph D. Silva 6/30, Provideuco, R.!.; 
Ifcrceline de Barros 5/30, IJlavy Douglas 5/30, Now Bedrord. Vessel 
abandoned in 1902. 

580 JOHN 'i^LLS , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered Nov. 8, 18G9 - pormnont. 
Built at New York in 1822. 357.84 tons; lonetli 106:6 ft,,, breadth 
28o5 ft., depth 18.8 ft. Master: Aaron Dean. Oij^nors; :'Jj llioj- T. 
Sr-iith 2/32, Williai-.i 0. Browncll 15/32, Aaron Dean 4/32, ,iohn A ,i7ood 
2/32, "iJillian 0. Brownoll Jr, l/32, Smth & Allen l/32,, > -B. & Fo l&-ay 
1/32, Alexander a, iVEyrick 1/32, Henry H. Potter l/3-3j Sr.'v Bodford; 
i'-indrew B. Potter 1/32, IJcst Ncwtcn; David B. ^t'uitheny ] -''r-.T,, Providence, 
R.I. ; Alcxrjider M. Brownell 2/32, Richiiond, Va. Tv/c deckH, three rr,sts, 
square stern, a billcthead. Previously registorod at Now Bedford Sept. 
19, 1865. Vessel wrecked in i^ctic Ocean in 1371. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

681 JOHN A. BECKERIVIAN , schooner, of WarehaDi. Registered July 23, 1877 - 
permanent. Built at Boston in 1876. 401.61 tons; length 137.7 ft., 
breadth 34,2 ft., depth 11.6 ft. Master: Jacob E. Hathaweyu Owners; 
Jacob E. Hathaway 2/32, S. N. Thompson l/32, E. A, Gammons 1/32, Hial 
Barney 1/32, Benjamin Fearing 1/32, Gerard C. Tobey l/32, Alden Besse 
1/64, Arabella J. Soule l/32, V/il].iam A. Caswell 1/64, Wareham; 
Jonathan Bourne 2/32, William J. Rotch 2/32, E. Pk Haskell 1/52, Thomas 
Nye Jr. 1/32, Samuel H. Cook 1/32, Thomas S. Hathaway 1/32, Horatio 
Hathaway 1/32, New Bedford; W. E. Boyden 2/32, Henry D. Tobey 1/32, 
Sandwich; T. B. Griffiths 1/64, B. W. Bump 1/64, Carver; W. Y, Morse 
1/64, Rochester; George L. Soule and C. Vil. Soule 1/32, Kiddleboro; 
Robert Crosbie 4/32, J. W. Liimell l/64, Helen M. Soule 1/52, Boston; 
John A. Beckerman 1/52, Pocasset ; L. A. Roby 1/32, Nashua, N. H. ; 
Augustus S. Messer 1/32, New London, N. H. One deck, three masts, el- 
liptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New Bedford June 
■4, 1877. 

582 JOHN C. STUiJlT , stcoj-?. screw, of New York. Registered Oct. 23, 1918 - 
tonporary. Built at port Richnond, N.Y. in 1911. Ill tons; length 
88.4 ft., breadth 25.4 ft,, depth 11.6 ft. Ifostors Jaics I. McCully. 
Owners: Island Oil & Transportation Co*, N.Y. One deck, one mast, 
round storsn, a plain head. Previously enrolled at Boston Aug. 31, 
1918. 

683'^ JOHN P« ■JEST , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 10, 1868 - periia- 
nent . Built at Now Bedford in 1857. 353,3 tons; length 117.3 ft., 
breadth 28.6 ft,, depth 17.5 ft. Master; Calvin Manchester. Owners: 
Sirieon N. "Jest 6/32, Estate of Stephen N. Potter 2/32, Joseph Clarke 
2/32, Edwci-d Cannon 5/32, Alexander H. Seabury 3/32, Charles R. Tucker 
& Co. 2/32, David B. Keupton 2/52, Henry F. Thoivr.s 2/32, Jra.ics M, 
Lawton 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle l/32, John P. 'Jest 1/32, P-rdon Potter 
1/32, T.D. yilli;ans 1/32, Alexander H, Case l/32, Nqw Bedford; Francis 
'Jillioi-is 1/32, Taunton; Daniel G< Tinker 2/32, Now London, Conn. Two 
decks, three masts, square stern, a billotixad. Previously registered 
at New Bedford Dec, 8, 1863, L. Grinncll, surveyor. (cf. Vol. II) 



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684 B.ark, of Now BcdforQ, Ro-rcgistcro :i June S, 1871 - poruaucnt* 
Owners: Sirxjon N. 'J'ost 5/32, Estate of Stophon N. Potter 2/32, Joseph 
Clarke 2/32, Edward Cannon 5/32, i-Lloxandcr K. Soabury 3/32, Ch:j:'les 

R. Tucker & Co. 2/32, David B. Koripton '2/32, Henry E. Thorns 2/32, 
Janes M. Lawton 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle l/32, John P. 'Jest 1/32, Far Ion 
Potter 1/32, J. & iJ.R. Wing l/32, Alexaiider H, Case l/32, New Bedford; 
Erf^cis Vfilliar.is l/32, Tc-unton; Daniel G. Tinlrcr 2/32, Now London, 
Conn. 

685 Bark, of NcW Bedford. Rc-rcgistcrod Sept. 8, 1871 - pero?Jicnt, 
Owners: Siueon N. vicst 6/32, Estate of Stephen N, Potter 2/32, Joseph 
Cl-rkc 2/32, Edwcjd Cannon 3/32, Alcxcjider H. Scabury 3/32, Charles R. 
Tucker & Co. 2/32,. David B. Ke^ipton 2/32, Henry F. Thorns 2/32, Janes 

M. Lawton 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle 1/52, John P, VJcst 1/32, Pardon Potter 
1/32, J. & U.R. IJing 1/32, .aex.--Jidor E. Case 1/32, New Bedford; Fred- 
crick L. Fish 1/32, Taunton; Daniel G. Tinker 2/32, New London, Conn. 

686 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 3, 1875 - periianent. 
Owners: Siiaeon N. IJost 5/32, Estate of Joseph Clarke 2/32, Edward 
Cannon 4/32, Alex.andcr H. Soabury 4/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 2/32, 
David B. Kcnpton 2/32, Henry F, Thonas 2/52, Jaiaes M. Lawton 2/32, 
Rodolphus Beetle 1/32, Jolm P. './est l/52, J. & U.R. :rins 1/32, Alex- 
ander H. Case 1/32, Now Bedford; Frcdorick L. Fish 1/52, Taunton; 
Calvin Manchustor 1/52, VJestpcrt; Drniol G. Tinker 2/32, Nevj London, 
Conn. 

687 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rcGistere d Oct. 7, 1878 - peri:anent. 
i.fc.ster: Jacob P. Davis, Ovtoers: Sinecn N. "i.'ost 7/32, Estate of 
EiTj/Vord Cannon 4/32, Alexander H. Soabury 6/32, David B. Kcnpton 5/32, 
Henry F. Thonas 2/32, Janes M. Lawton 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle 2/32, 

J. & TJ.R. ;jing 1/32, IJilli.an A. Case 1/52, New Bedford; Frederick L. 
Fish 1/32, Taunton; Calvin Manchester 1/32, "j'estport. 

688 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rcgistered Hay 22, 1362 - pcrna- 
nent . LSistert Frederick H. Sr.ith. Owners: Sincon N. i/est 15/54, 

.G.T. Sawyer, Sineon N. W'est and Stephen Potter 2d, Trustees 8/54, 
Alexander H. Soabury 12/64, David B. Kenpton 7/64, Estate of Ilo&ry F. 
Thenars 4/54, Janes M. Lavrton 4/S4, Rodolphus Beetle 7/64, J» & Ic.R. 
Uing 2/64, 'Tilliaia A. Case 2/54, New Bedford; Frederick L, Fish 2/64, 
Taunton. 

589 Bark, of San Francisco, Calif „ Re-rotjistcrcd July 20, 1857 - 
tenporary. 355,64 tons. Master; ".Jillia:; E„ Keen, Ownors: Janes 
LfcKcnna, San Fr-ncisco, Calif. 

590 JOHt'J R . lA' iNTA, schooner, of Provincetown.. Registered x^pr. 26, 1905 -- 
tei.>porai-y. Built at Essex in 1904, 93 tons; length 101,8 ft,, hrcadth 
24.9 ft., depth 10.2 ft. I.fcster: Henry Mr^^ndly. O-.vners: Joseph 
I/Ianta l'i:/32, ",.'illia:i Enos 2/32, Manuel I. Morrill 1/32, Rayncnd ^^. 
Hopkins 1/32, Manuel C. Santos l/32, Ma.nuel Gracia l/32, Ircvincetown; 
Manuel Costa 8/32, Loondro J. Costa 4/52, Boston. One dock, tvJo 
nasts , square stern, a billctijcad. Pr^jviously registered ^.t Barnstable 
Lt.y 12, 1904, 

591 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-r e gist ere d .'.pr. 1, 1925 - 
pernanent. Master: Antcne J. M--ndly, Ovnaers; ^^ntono J., M.ndly 
14/32, Antonio F, Dias 4/32, A, Frank Clark 2/32, Now Bedford; Harry 
Noyland 1/32, South Dartnouth; Don Uaters l/32, "i,;c3tport; Estate of 



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Manuel Costs. 5/32, Lcandro J, Costa 4/52, Dcston. rroviously ro.:_,istorG'I 
at rrovincotown Nov, 28, 1915. 

Schooner, of Ncvj Bedford. Rc-rorji stored ^'..pr. 27, 1925 - pcrrxi- 
ncnt . Ownors: ii.ntone J. Mandly 25/64, .Antonio F. Dias 4/32, i^ Fr;^nk 
Clark 2/32, Henry Mandly 2/32, New Bedford; Harry Ncyland l/S4, Dart- 
ruouth; Don VJators 1/52, Wostport; Estate of I/jcnucl Costa S/32, Lcandro 
J. Costa 4/32, Boston. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-rosistorcd June 9, 1927 - perma- 
nent. Master: Joseph F. Edwaords. Oivncrs: Laura 1, Mandly S/64, jjatonc 
J. Mandly 17/64, Antonio F. Dias 8/64, Estate of .:.. Frank Clark 4/34, 
Henry Mandly 4/54, New Bedford; Harry Neyland 3/G4, Dartnouth; Lcandro 
J. Costa 8/54, Estate of Manuel Costa 12/54, Boston. 

JOHN U. DODGE , schooner, of Now Bedford,, P.OGistorcd Apr. 18, 1857 - 
perr.ianent. Built at Ncv/bury in 1847. 53,':' to:2.s; length 78,4 ft., 
breadth 20,7 ft., depth 8,2 ft. Master: John M. Honeywell. Owners: 
Albert D. Thatcher and Charles Thatcher l/2, John Mv Honeyi/vell l/4, 
Nicholas Howland l/8, Abraham Delano l/l6 , Harrison Delano l/l6, New 
Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Vessel altered. 
Previously enrolled at Newburyport June 1, 1856. J,B« Smith, surveyor. 

Schooner, of NeW Bedford. Re-registered Ivfey 22, 1868 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Albert D. Thatcher amd Charles Thatcher 6/l6 , John M. 
Honeywell 4/l6, Nicholas Howland 2/l6, Abraham Delano l/l6, Harrison 
Delano 1/15, John Galligan l/32, Andrew E. Hathaway 1/32, New Bedford; 
Henry E. Rogers l/l6, Boston. 

JOHN R.P. MOO RE, schooner, of Crisfield, Md, Registered May 9, 1878 - 
temporary. Buflt at Snow Hill, Md. in 1877, 99.22 tons; length 66,7 
ft., breadth 27 ft,, depth 6,5 ft. Master: J.H-. Causey. Owners: John 
Vif. Smith 1/3, George S. Richardson l/3, John R.P. Moore l/3, Snow Hill, 
Md. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously on- 
rolled at Crisfield, Md, Hkxy 7, 1877. 

JOHN AMD inNTHRO P, bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 17, 1876 - 
permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1876. 336«29 tons; length 114.4 ft,, 
breadth 28.5 ft., depth 16,25 ft. Master: Edward P, Shiverick, Owners: 
John P, Khowles 2d 8/32, Thomas Khowles 4/32, John P. Khowles 4/32, 
Estate of Joseph Khowles 2/32, Jonathan Bourne 4/32, Atwood Holmes 
4/32, Now Bedford; Edward P, Shiverick 4/32, Falmouth; Bcriah Doane 
1/32, Orleans; Alfred Richards l/32, Tiverton, R,I. Two decks, throe 
masts, elliptic stern, a billettead. Previously enrolled at Bath, Md , 
June 15, 1876, 

Bark, of New Bedford, Re-rogistercd Apr. 19, 1861 - permanent. 
Owners: John P. Khowles 2d 18/32, Estate of Joseph Khowles 2/32, 
Jonathan Bourne 2/32, Atwood Holmes 4/32, New Bedford; Edward To Shiver- 
ick 4/32, Falmouth; Bcriah Doane l/32, Orleans; Alfred Richard 1/5?, 
Tiverton, R^I. 

Ba.rkj of NeVJ Bedford. Rc-registorcd Oct, 26, 1885 - pcrjuanont. 
321,38 tons, ?4\stor: William H. Poole. Owners: Jolin P. loiovjios 2d 
17/32, Rufus Randall 4/32, Atwood Holncs 4/32, Jonathan Bou:?nj 2/j2, 
Estate of Joseph Knowles 2/32, New Bedford; William Ho poclc 2/32, 
Dartmouth; Bcriah Doano l/32, Orleans- 



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700 * JOSEPH MAJMELL , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 31, 1868 - 

permanent. Built at Baltimore, Md. in 1851. 262.57 tons; length 102.8 
ft., breadth 25.2 ft., depth 15 ft. Master i George Gov/ic. Owners: 
Edvjard T. Taber, Joseph R. Read and Nathan S. Ellis 3/15, Matthew 
Rowland 2/l6 , Alexander H. Scabury l/l6, Thomas Luce l/l6, Alfred M. 
Chapman l/l6 , V.S. Stccrc l/l6, E.B. & F. Macy l/l6, Samuel P. Burt 
1/16, Now Bedford; George Cowic 2/l6, Fairhavon; William C.N. Swift 
2/15, Dartmouth; lirilliam Cowie l/l6, New York. .Tv^O decks, thj^ao masts', 
Square stern^ a billethead. , " Previously registered at 

Now Bedford Dec. 14, 1863. Lawrence Grinnoll, surveyor, (Cf» Vol, I&II) 

701 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registerod Jan. 15, 1872 - perma- 
nent. Master: Stephen Hickmott. Ovracrs: Joseph R. Read, Edward T. 
Taber and Nathan S. Ellis 2/l6, Alexander H. Seabury l/l6, Richard 

S. Rowland 2/l6, Thoma.s Luce l/l5, Alfred M. Chapman l/l6, E.B. & 
F. Macy l/l6, Samuel P. Burt 1/15, Francis T. Akin 1/32, Stephen Hickmott 
1/16, New Bedford; Gcorg3 Cowic 2/15, F'iirhaven; William C.N. Swift 
2/16, Dartmouth; Edmund Burke 1/32, Somorvillc; Bernard Cogon l/l6, 
Newark, N.J. Condemned and sold at Honolulu in 1874. 

702 JOSEPH A. tJANTA , schooner, of Provincetown. Registered Nov. 7, 1898 - 
temporary. Built at Bath, Mb, in 1885. 66.75 tons; length 74.5 ft., 
breadth 21.9 ft.> depth 8 ft. Master: Anthony J. Fratcs. Ovmers: 
Joseph Manta 12/16, Manuel Costa 2/16, Joseph Cabral l/l5, Joseph 
Pcreira l/l6, Provincetown. One dock, two masts, elliptic stern, a 
billethead. Previously registered at Barnstable Sept. 20, 1894. 

703 JOSEPH G. DEAN, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Mar. 3, 1883 - 
permanent. Built at Kennebunk, lib, in 1882. 153.65 tons; length 
109,5 ft., breadth 28 ft., depth 9.1 ft. Jfoster: Zobina H, Chase, 
Owners: Pr.rdon G. Thompson l/32, Zcbina H. Chase 5/32, Hanncli B. 
Chase l/32, Andrew B. Chase l/32, Zobina W. Chase l/32, Jojikjs C. 
Briggs 2/32, Theresa W. Thompson 1/32, Horace Vilood l/32, Harriet S. 
Briggs 1/32, Elisha Gibbs l/32, Joseph G. Dean l/32, Allen S, Simmons 
1/32, Jonathan Bourne 2/32, William Baylies 2/32, Frederick Swift l/32, 
William F, Hovjland 2/32, George B, Swift l/32, Charles H.C. Delano 
2/32, New Bedford; William C.N. Si/Jift 2/32, William H. Aiken l/32, 
Dartmouth; Benjamin E. Church l/32, Gosnold; Ho-rvcy Baj?tlctt 1/32, 
Plymouth. One deck, three masts, square storn, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Konncbunk, Ifc. Oct. 25, 1882. 

704 Schooner, of New Bedford, Re-registered Mar* 11, 1884 - 
permanent. Owners: Pc^.rdon G. Thompson l/32, Zobina H. Chase 5/52, 
Hannah B. Chase l/32, /indrew B. Chase l/32, Zobina W. Chase 1/32, 
James C» Briggs 2/32, Theresa W. Thompson l/32, Horace Wood l/32, 
Harriot S, Briggs l/3 2, Elisha Gibbs l/32, Joseph G. Dean l/32, 
Allen S. Simraons l/32, Jonathan Bourne 2/32, William Baylies 2/32, 
Frederick Swift l/32, William F. Rowland 2/32, George B. Swift 1/32, 
Charles H, C. Delano 2/32, New Bedford; Willi^Tm C.N. Swift 2/32, 
William H. Aiken l/32, Dartmouth; Estate of Benjamin B. Church 1/32, 
Gosnold; Harvey Bartlctt l/32, Plymouth, Previously enrolled at 
New Bedford June 6, 1883. 



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705 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Rc-rogistcred i^-pv. 2o, 1891 - 
ponianont. Master: Robert B. Chcise. Owners : Pardon G. Thompson 
3/32, Zobina H. Cho-sc 5/32, Hannah B. Chase 2/5B, /Jidrow B. Chase 
1/32, Zobina 7J. Chase l/S2, Janes C. Briggs 2/32, Elisha Gibbs l/32, 
Chiirles F. Dean, Guardian 1/52, Allen S. Sirxions l/32, 'rfillicjn Baylies 
2/32, Frederick Svjift l/52, George B. Swift 1/32, Chr;a:lus H.C, Delano 
2/32, Theresa VJ. Thoapson l/32, Horace Hood l/32, Harriet S. Briggs l/32, 
Now Bedford; Henry R. Gifford 2/32, Fairhavcn; Uillioir. C.N. Svjift 2/32, 
Dartnouth; Charles C. Church l/32, Gosnold; Harvey Bartlett l/32, 
Flyiiouth. Previously enrolled at Now Bedford Aug. 8, 1890, 

706 Schooner, of NeW Bedford. Re-registcred upr. 14, 1892 - perna- 
nent. Previously' enrolled at New Bedford July 25, 1891, 

707 JOSZIFHINE , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 2, 1367 - pcra-ncnt. 
Built at Fairhaven in 1856. 352.38 tons; length 118.6 ft,, breadth 
28.3 ft,, depth 14.6 ft. Master: Bernard Cogcji, Owners: Eben Perry 
6/32, Edvjcrd C. Jones 4/b2, David B, Keupton l/32, Rodolphus Beetle 
2/32, Estate of Obed N. Swift 2/3 2, Jrx:cs L, Chap:.:an 2/52, New Bedford; 
Vfilliar.i C.N. Swift 15/32, Dartnouth; Jacob Tabor 2/3 2, Fairhaven* 

Two decks, tbj?oc Lcsts, square stern, a billcthead. Previously regis- 
tered at New Bedford Apr. 13, 1863. (Cf. Vol. II) 

708 Ship, of Now Bedford. Re-rogistered Sept. 25, 1871 - periia- 
nent. Master: George F. Long. Ovmers: VJillianC.N. Swift 15/32, 

■ Eben Perry 5/32, Edward C, Jones 4/52, Estate of Qbod N. Swift 2/32, 
IJillia-:! :J. Crape l/32, David B. Kenpton l/52, Rodolphus Beetle 1/32, New 
Bedford; IJillian H. Aiken 2/32, Dartnouth. 

709 Ship, of Now Bedford, Re-registered .-.ug. 25, 1875 - pernanent. 
Efester: Charles Har.111. Oi7ners: Ebon Perry 6/52, Edward C. Jones 
4/32, Estate of Obcd N, Swift 2/52, David B. Keiapton l/52, Rodolphus 
Beetle l/S2, 'JilliaaCN. Sivift 15/52, Now Bedford; llillian H. .-^iken 
2/32, Dartnouth. Abandoned in the Arctic Ocean Sept. 5, 1876. 

710 JOSEPHINE , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Iviay 14, 1377 - pcrnanent . 
Built at Bath, Mo, in 1877, 384.54 tons; length 129*7 ft., breadth 
28.95 ft., depth 17,25 ft. Master: George F. Long, Ovvners : Willian 
C.N, Swift 13/16, Frederick Swift I/I6, New Bedford; Vlillian H, Aiken 
I/I6, Dartnouth; George F. Long l/lS, Claroaont, N.H. IMo decks, 
three nasts, square stern, an eagle Ixjad, Previously enrolled at 
Bath, Mo. Apr, 12, 1877, 

711 Bark, of Boston. Re-registered tt-r. 25, 1898 - tonporary. 
355.31 tons. Master: Alexander C. Howard, Cumers: ^-xlexander C. 
Hov;ard 16/64, Richard T, Gre^n 1/54, Boston; Ivfcry J.T. Green 47/54, 
Everett, 

712 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 5, 1903 - perna- 
ncnt. I'bstor: Horace F. Snith. OvJners: ".Jillian R, VJing, New Bedford. 



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Bark, of NgVj Bedford. Ro-rcgistcrod Sopt, 19, 1903 - porna- 
ncnt. ajnors: 'iJilliai:i R. '.Jing 15/32, JaiBS C. Brig£;s 1/32, "ijillian 
B-yliGS 1/32, John Y. Fuller l/32, .illGn H. 'iordoll l/32, New Bedford; 
Chcrlos r. Ivfaxfiold 2/32, Fairhavcn; Gilbert IT. Collins l/32, Iforion 
Sliaw Srith 4/32, Edvirsrd F. Potter 6/32, D.ortnoutli. 

Baric, of NqW Bedford. Rc-registercd Oct, 3, 1905 - porra- 
nunt. Ovmers: 'Jillicu-i R. ITing 30/54, Janes C. BritJGS l/54, Elvira A. 
Sistarc l/64, IJillic:-! Baylies 2/64, Jotm Y. Fuller 1/64, --ndrcw Snow 
Jr. 1/64, Allen H. Wordoll 2/64, Ncw Bedford; CIidtIos T. Jfcrficld 
4/54, Fairhaven; Gilbert N. Collins 2/64, Ttirion Shaw Snith 8/54, 
Edward F, Potter 12/64, Dartnouth. 

Bark, of NoW Bedford. Rc-registored Sept. 25, 1907 - porr-ia- 
nent. Llaster: ^'oidrow D. '.Test, OTivncrs: "iillic^i R. '.Ting 30/64, 
Jaries C, Briggs l/54, Elvira A. Sistaro 1/64, '.Tillio:-! Baylies 2/G4, 
John Y. Fuller 1/64, ijidrcv; Snow Jr. l/64, Allen H. vTordoll 2/64, 
Now Bedford; Charles P. Kaxfiold 4/54, Fairhavcn; Arlino F. Collins 
2/54, Ibrion Shaw Snith 8/ 64, Edward F. Potter 12/6i , Dartnouth, 
Sold to the Conpania Chilcna de Ballcneros of Valparaiso, Chile in 1909. 

JULIA ELIZABETH , schoonor, of Bluchill, Lfc, Registered ^pr» 8, 1879 - 
tenporcjry. Built at Bluchill, Mo, in 1853, 104.55 tons; length 84 ft,, 
breadth 24.2 ft., depth 7,9 ft, Ifestor: Harlan P. Stover. Owners: 
Harlan P, Stover 2/32, Isaac Closson 3/32, J,T. Hinckley 2/52, Edgar 
Stevens 13/96, John A. Stevens 7/96, George E, Stover l/32, IvIrJ^y J» 
Clagle 1/95, Heirs cf Leonr^jrd Clough 2/32, Andrew ik, Fisk 2/32, Isaac 
Stover 7/95, Jonathm Stoi^r 7/95, John Stevens l/96, Frank ¥. Stone 
3/96, Bluchill, Lfc.; Gcorgt) E. Harrirx.n 18/96, Boston; .^..O. Hale 3/96, 
Brookline. One deck, two nasts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Sedgwick, Lfc . Apr. 24, 1876, 

JULL^ A. a'XLOCK , brig, of New Bedford. Rogi stored Nov. 15, 1859 - 
pcroinent. Built at Stonybrcok, N.Y. in 1859. 215,99 tons; length 
88 ft., breadth 27.2 ft,, depth 10.2 ft. Ifester: Oliver E. Briggs. 
Ovmers: Sinpson Hcjrt l/l6, Sarah P. Cock l/lo, Oliver Prcscott l/l5, 
Otis K, Pcircc l/l5, New Bedford; Oliver E. Briggs 8/lS, Clcurk Delano 
2/16, Ncvrton Hathaway 2/l6, Ilarion. One deck, two iiasts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Nev^Tort, R.I» July 2, 1869. 

KL^TE FLORENCE , schooner, of Dennis. Registered Nov, 21, 1883 - tonporary. 
Built at Bath, Lie. in 1879. 95.94 tons; length 87.9 ft., breadth 
24,2 ft,, depth 8,2 ft, Ifcstor: i.,R. VJoodhcuso, Oivners: T.B. Baker, 
Harwich. One deck, two nasts, elliptic steiTi, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled :.t South Dennis ^^pr. 2, 1883. 

K:'-^TIILEEN , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 1, 1857 - pcrricoient. 
Built at Philadelphia, pa, in 1844. 205,51 tons; length 104 ft., 
breadth 25,2 ft,, depth 12.5 ft. Lfestcr: Ja:-ies Cottle Jr. Owners: 
Joseph 'Ting and 'Jilliai.! R» '.Ting 15/54, Joseph S. Tillinghast 4/54, 
vTilli,a:a Gordon Jr. 4/54, Huriphrey vT, Seabury 2/34, Lyrian "Ting 2/34, 
i-uaasa "Jhitnuy 4/54, Foleg S, VTing 2/54, New Bedford; Charles Haj^ris 
4/54, Randolph; 'iTillia;;; VT, Allen 4/54, David H, Bartlett 4/54, 



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BGnjanin F. Allen 2/54, Robert Gifford 2/64, Williaii S. Smith 2/64, 
Dartnouth; Jabez D. Eoksr l/64, ralnouth; Jaiies Cottlo Jr. 2/64, 
Tisbury; C.A. Cliurch 2/64, VJostport; Abner H. Davis 8/54, Now York. 
Tvjo decks, throe nasts, square stern, a billethead. Previously 
registered at New Bedford June 25, 1864. J.B. Sr.iith, surveyor. 
(Cf. Vol. II) 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered July 26, 1871 - permanent. 
Owners: 'Jilliam R. IJing and Joseph Wing 15/64, Joseph S. Tillinghast 
4/64, William Gordon Jr. 4/64, Lyrian Wing 2/54, j'uuasa 'Whitney 4/64, 
Polcg S. Wing 2/54, C.A. Church 2/54, Humphrey W. Seabury 2/54, New 
Bedford; Willi axi W. Allen 4/64, David H. Bartlctt 4/54, BenjamLn F. 
Allen 2/54, Robert Gifford 2/54, William S. Smith 2/54, Dartmouth; 
Richard G. Luce 4/54, Jai-.BS Cottle 2/54, Tisbury; Abner H. Davis 8/54, 
New York. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 14, 1871 - perma- 
nent. Master: Samuel R. Hov;land. Owners: Joseph 'Wing and William 
R. Wing 11/32, Joseph S. Tillinghast 2/32, Ar-iase. Whitney 2/32, C.A. 
Church 1/32, HumpJ;rey W. Seabury 1/32, Edward D. feMell 4/32, Foleg 
S. Wing 1/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, New Bedford; Ustate of William 
W. Allen 2/32, David H. Bartlott 2/32, Benjamin F. Allen 1/52, Robert 
Gifford 1/32, Williaii S. Smith 1/32, Dartmouth; Jar.ES Cottle 1/32, 
Tisbury. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registerod May 1, 1875 - permanent. 
Ovmers: vfillian R, Wing and Joseph Wing 12/32, iimasa Whitney 2/32, 
Estate of C.A. Church l/32, Humplirsy W. Seabury 1/52, Edward D. Mandell 
5/52, Poleg S. Wing l/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, New Bedford; Estate 
of VJilliam W. Allen 2/3 2, Estate of David H. Bartlott 2/32, BenjamLn 
F. Allan 1/32, Robert Gifford l/32, William S. Smith l/32, Dartmuth. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registerod July 17, 1875 - 
permanent. Ov/ners: Vlilliam R. Ii7ing and Joseph Wing 12/32, A.'.jasa 
VJljitney 2/32, Huiiph-rey W. Soabury 1/3 2, Edward D. Mandell 5/32, 
.Pcleg S. Wing l/32, 'William Gordon Jr. 2/3 2, Nov/ Bedford; Estate of 
William W. Allen 2/32, Estate of David H. Bartlett 2/32, Benjamin F. 
Allen 1/32, Robert Gifford l/32, William S. Smith l/32, Dartmouth; 
Benjamin B. Church l/32, Gosnold, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept, 24, 1884 - perma- 
nent. 195.23 tons, ifoster: Daniel w'. Gifford. Owners: William R. 
Wing and Joseph "Wing 12/32, Henry S. Whitney 1/52, Edward D. Mandell 
5/32, William Gordon Jr. 2 /32, Albert F. Church 1/32, Estate of Charles 
L. Wood 2/32, Daniel W. Gifford 2/32, New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 
1/32, Estate of William W. .Ulen 2/32, Benjainin F. lUlen 1/32, Estate 
of Robert Gifford l/32, William S. Smith l/32, DartrjDuth. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug, 15, 1887 - perma- 
nent. OviDBTs: William R. Wing and Joseph Wing 12/32, Edward D. Mandell 
6/32, Charles Tabor 4/52, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Daniel W. Gifford 
2/32, Henry S. 'iJhitney 1/32, Albert F. Church l/32, ii.nnie E. Sbcrrsm 
1/32, New Bedford; Bonjarran F. Allen 1/32, William S. Smith l/L-^, 
Edwrjrd F. Potter l/32, Dartmouth. 

Bark, of Kew Bedford. Ro-registered Aug. 4, 1890 - perma- 
nent. Ljaster: Charles Childs. Ovjners: Williaii R. Wing and Joseph 
Wing 12/32, Edward D. Mandell S/32, Estate of Charles Taber 4/32, 



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VJillian Gordon Jr. 2/32, Estate of Albert F. Church l/32. New Dcdford; 
Charles Childs 2/32, North Falnouth; Donjanin F. Kllcn l/32, Annie 
E. Shernan l/32, Willirxi S. Snith 1/32, Edv^rard F. Potter l/32, Dartriouth; 
Henry S. ViThitney l/32, New York. 

727 nark, of Ncxv Bedford. Ro-rogistered Aug. 7, 1899 - pGrr.rmont . 
Master: George 'J.G. I^ulton. OArners: V/illian R. IJing 5/32, Joseph 
Wing and Willian R. Wing 14/32, Edward D. llandoll 6/32 , Willioj-i Gordon 
Jr. 2/32, Estate of Albert F. Church 1/32, New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 
2/32, Bcnjanin F. Allen l/52, Dartaouth; Annie E. Shernan 1/32, ".loat 
Nowton. 

728 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registcred June 19, 1900 - pernancnt . 
L'lnster: Frederick H. Snith, Ovmers: Willian R. Wing 6/52, Joseph 
V/ing and VJillian R. Wing 10/32, Edward D. Mandoll 6/32, Willian Gordon 
Jr. 2/32, Estate of Albert F. Church l/32, Willian Baylies 2/32, New 
Bedford; Benjanin F. Allen 1/32, Edward F. Potter 2/32, Frederick H. 
Snith 2/32, Dartnouth. 

729 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 22, 1901 - perna- 
ncnt. Master: Thorxis H. Jenkins. ".Owners: Willian R. 7jing 16/32, 
Edward D. Mandell 6/52, WilliajTi Gordon Jr/ 2/32, Estate of Albert F. 
Church 1/32, Willic-n Baylies 2/52, Now Bedford; Bcnjciiin F. Allen 
1/32, Edward F. Potter 2/32, Frederick H. Snith 2/32, Dartnoutho Sunk 
by a whale in the ^^tlroatic Ocean I/hr. 17, 1902. 

730* KITTIE STS'TBNS , schooner, of Boston. Registered Jan. 2 2, 1872 - tcnpo- 
rary. Place and date not available. Foriaorly a British vessel; wrecked 
and repaired by Anerican citizen. 134.54 tons; length 84,22 ft., 
breadth 24.64 ft., depth 10,1 ft. Ifestcr: Andrevj Anderson. O'wncrs: 
Thonas E. Harris, Boston. One deck, two nasts, square stern, a billct- 
hoad. J. A .P. xillon, surveyor. 

731 L^^ A. FLroa;iER , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 27, 1916 - 
perrxinont. Built at Bath, l.fc. in 1882. 355 tons; length 129.7 ft., 
breadth 52.2 ft., depth 12.4 ft, tfcster: Raynond Foster. Otvncrs: 
Raynond Foster 32/64, Nobscot; Eugenia 3. Herrirjg l/64 , Florence B. 
Hutchinson 1/64, C.F. Dean l/64, Horatio Hathaway 2/64, Horace Wood 
1/64, Sarah A. W. Tabor 2/64, Joseph C. Warren 2/64, Willian T. Caswell 
2/64, Ne^v Bedford; Anna H. Swift 1/54, Benj'anin H. Roberts, Adninisti .- 
tor 1/54, South Dcxtnouth; Lewis E. Gifford 5/128, Daniel W. Gifford 
5/128, Henry A. Gifford 5/128, Jesse S. Gifford 5/128, Fairhavcn; 
Jennie 3. Allen l/64, Fall River; Howard Coal Co. 2/64, Clara E. Packard 
2/64, Bath, Mq»1 Nathaniel Hathaway 1/64, New Suffolk, N.Y. ; Harry 

B. Savi/yer 2/64, St, Paul, Minn. One deck, three insts, elliptic 

stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Newark, N.J. I.iar. 20, 1915, 

732 Schooner, of Nevi! Bedford, Re-registered Nov. 15, 1918 - 
pernancnt, IVhstcr: Fred VJard. Owners: Raynond Foster, Nobscot, 
Previously registered at Philadelphia, Pa. Sept, 16, 1918. Sold to 
Portuguese in 1920, 



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LACOHIA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered June 1, 18G6 - perrianenb . 
Built at Medford in 1860. 157.91 tons; length 93.3 ft., breadth 23 ft,, 
depth 9.8 ft. Lhstcr: Charles VJ. Parker. Owners: John P. Knowles 
2d 7/16, Negus & Holiuas 1/15, Dean & Driggs l/lS, Antono Joseph 1/16, 
Benjanin R. iTordoll 1/52, New Bedford; Walter D. Swan l/32, Fairha-ren; 
Charles \i. Parker 3/l5, Sandwich; Jaoes 11. Knowles l/l6, Soth Knowles 
1/16, EasthaiTx. One deck, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Boston Oct. 26, 1865, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 2 1, 18S8 - perna- 
nent. Ovmers: John F, Knowles 2d 6/lS , Sllory Negus l/32, ..txj^od 
Holnes l/32, Antono Joseph l/lS, Dean & Driggs 1/16, Benjaniin R. VJordell 
1/32, Now Bedford; Walter D. Swan l/32, Fairhaven; Charles li , Parlcer 
3/16, Sandwich; Jrxms H. Knowles l/l6, Soth KnovJles l/l6 , Eastlian; John 
A, Beckeman l/32, Sandv;ich; Beriah Doane 1/32, Orleans. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 14, 1868 - porr.:iancnt. 
Master: John A. Luce. Owners: John P. Knowles 2d 9/32, Rodolphus 
Beetle 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Benjanin R. Uordell 1/32, '.Talter 
D. Swan l/32. Dean & Driggs 2/32, Antono Joseph 2/32, Atwcod Hollies 
1/32, New Bedford; John A. Beckeman l/32, Charles W. Parker 6/32, 
Sandwich; Jares H. Knowles 2/32, Soth ICnowles 2/32, Easthan; Beriah 
Doane 1/32, Orleans, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rcgi stored l^.y 29, 1871 - pornanent. 
Ovmers: Jolm P. Knowles 2d 11/32, Walter D. Svjan l/32, Dean & Driggs 
2/32, Antono Joseph 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle 2/32, Jolm R. Shurtleff 
2/32, Benjardn R. vJordell 1/32, Charles L. Wood 2/32, ^twood Holnes 
1/32, New Bedford; John a. Beckeman 1/32, Ebenczer F. Nye 2/32, 
Sandv'ich; Jones H, Knowles 2/5 2, Soth laiowles 2/32, Easthan; Beriah 
Doane 1/32, Orleans. 

Bark, of New Ic-dfcrd. Re-registorod June 19, 1871 - pernanent. 
Master: John A. Kelley, Ovmers : John P. Khov^les 2d 7/32, Benjanin 
R. "Jordell 1/32, Dean & Driggs 2/32, Antono Joseph 2/32, Atwood Holnes 
2/32, Charles L. Wood 2/32, John A. Deckernan l/32, Rodolphus Beetle 
2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Jolm P. Knowles 3d 4/32, Ebenczer F. Nye 
2/32, New Bedford; Jones H. Knowles 2/32, Soth Knowles 2/32, Easthan; 
Beriah Doane 1/32, Orleans, 

3ark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Majr 29 , 1876 - pernanent, 
liaster: Rufus ■.'/. Gifford. Oiimers: Willian Lewis 2/15, Alexander H. 
Seabury 2/lG, B.C. Wilson 5/16, S. Doane & Co. l/l6, J.A. Sawyer l/32, 
Willian L. Edwards l/l5, Alexander G. Myrick l/l6, Joseph Taber l/l6, 
W.N. Church 1/32, Gilbert N. Hall l/32, Rufus W. Gifford l/l5 , NeW 
Bedford; Benjanin B. Chiirch l/32, Gosnold; F.G. Pate l/32, Abiel Codding 
Jr. 1/16, North Attlcboro; W.D. Wilnarth 1/32, Attleboro. Vessel 
condeimod and sold foreign. 

LAETITXA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 21, 1858 - pernanent. 
Built at Baltinoro, Md. in 1844. 208.25 tons; length 106.4 ft., 
breadth 24.4 ft., depth 11.4 ft. Master; Joseph Stowoll. Owners: 
Joseph Wing and Willirin R. U'ing 8/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/32, C.A. 
Church 2/3 2, Joseph Taber 2/32, John R. Thornton 2/32, /cnasa Whitney 
2/32, V/illiaiu Maxfiold 1/32, Now Bedford; Benjai-iin B. Church 2/32, 
Gosnold; Josiah Jfccy 2/32, Nantucket; Estate of Edwiord M. Robinson 4/32, 
Abn©r H. Davis 3/32, New York. Tivo decks, throe nnsts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at Nev/ Bedford Aug. 24, 1864. 
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Bark, of Ng\; Bedford. Rc-rcgistcic d July 17, 1873- permci- 
nont. Master; Honry T. Crano, Ovmors: Joseph. Wing and William R, 
Wing 11/32, CharlGs R. Tucker & Co. 4/32, C.A. Church 2/32, Joseph 
Tabor 2/32, Edward D. MandoU 4/32, Josiah Macy 2/32, John R. Thornton 
2/32, Araasa Whitney 2/32, William I/Bxfield 1/32, Now Bedford; Benjaain 
B. Church 2/32, Cosnold. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rGgistercd Oct. 9, 1875 - pernanent. 
Master: George F. Church. Owners: ■.Jilliara R. Wing and Joseph Wing 
11/32, Edvjard D. Mandell 4/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/32, Benj.3jnin 
B. Church 2/32, Ch;-rles Tabor 2/32, Joseph Tabor 2/32, E»B. & F. Macy 
2/32, John R. Thornton 2/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, Willian Maxfiold 
1/32, Ncvj Bedford. .Vessel condorined and sold foreign in 1883. 

LAGODA. , bark, of Nevj Bedford. Registered July 24, 1868 - perrianont. 
Built at Scituate in 1826. 571.15 tons; length 107.5 ft., breadth 
26.8 ft., depth 18.5 ft. liaster: Stephen Swift. Ovmers: Jonathan 
Bourne Jr. ll/lS, Edniund Ivlaxfiold l/l5. Estate of Zobodce A. Devoll 
1/16 , New Bedford; Aldcn Basse l/l5, Stephen Sivift l/l6, Wcarch.ara; 
Lemuel H. Kollock l/l6, Novj York. Two decks, three luaists, square 
stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Ncvj Bedford July 25, 1864. 
Vessel altered. Lawrence Grinnell, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered July 21, 1873 - perna- 
nent. I..5r.ster: Edward D, Lewis. Owners: Jonathan Bourne Jr. 12/15, 
Sdnund L'laxfield l/l5, Hulen li. Kollock l/l6 , New Bedford; Alden Bcsse 
l/l6 , Stephen Sii'ift l/l6, Warchar;i. 

Bo.rk, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 17, 1877 - perna- 
nent. Owners: Jonathcaa Bourne 15/16, Nevi; Bedford; Alden Besse 1/16, 
Stephen Swift l/l6, Warch:ai.i; Edwr.rd D. Lewis l/l6, Utica, N.Y. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 11, 1882 - perma- 
nent. Oi'mers: Jonathan Bourne 12/16, Nov; Bedford; Alden Besse 1/16 , 
Warehcri; Edward D. Lewis 3/16, Utica, N.Y. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered L'lay 9, 1887 - perraojicnt. 
552.59 tOFiS. Ilastcr: Charles E. Tucker. OvJners: Willi cjh Lewis 2/16, 
L. Brightnan and F.R. Brighti-rm 2/15, Chcjrles Taber 2/16, Nathaniel 
Adans l/l6, F.R. Hadloy l/l6, iile:cander PI. Seabury 5/l6 , Willian Baylies 
l/l6 , Now Bedford; Moses G. Tucker 4/15, Dartuouth. Ycssel condenned 
and sold to Johi. Lindsley, U.S. citizen at YokohaXxa, Japan. 

LANCER , bark, of Nevj Bedford. Registered Sept. 7, 186S - pernanent. 
Built at Newbur-yport in 1652. 295.53 tons; length 115,3 ft., breadth 
27.8 ft., depth 15.4 ft. IflaSter: Willian J. Macy. Oimers! Joshua 
Richiiond 5/52, Oliver Prescott 2/16, Willian J. Mjacy l/l6, Joseph 
Taber 1/32, Willi?x^i J. Rotch l/l6, Estate of Abraton H. How land l/l5, 
Gideon Allen & Son l/l6, New Bedford; Isaac B. Richmond l/l6 , Little 
Conpton, R.I.; Moses K. Grinnell 2/16, Estate of Edw^ard H. Robinson 
2/ IS, Frederick Grinnell l/l5 , Lorenzo Peirco l/l6 , New York. T^,vo 
docks, three masts, square stern, a billethead* Previously registered 
at New Bedford May 23, 1865. (Cf. Vol, II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registered Apr» 19, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Ovmors: Joshua Richmond 5/32, Gosnold; Oliver Prescott 2/l6 , 
Willian J. Macy l/l5, Joseph Taber 1/32, '.Jilliem J. Rotch l/l5 , 
Estate of Abraham H. Hwlrjid l/l6 , Gideon Allen & Son l/l6 , John W. 
Poirce 1/16, New Bedford; Isaac 3. Richmond l/l5, Little Conpton, R.I.; 



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Estate of Eclwcrcl li. Robinson 2/16, Frodcrick Grinnoll 1/16, Irving 
Grinnull and Julia G. Bowdoin 2/16, Now York, 

Bark, of Ncw Bedford. Re-rogistorcd Juno 14, 1875 - 
pGrr.r.nant. Ifostcr: Jones Dov/don. Owners: IJillicn Lewis 4/32, 
Joseph Tr.bcr 1/32, John U. Poirco 2/32, Chnj-los Tabor 2/3 2, Otis A. 
Sisson 2/32, Jmcs H. Shcrnan l/32, Edward T. ShcrliPJi l/32, Jaiios 
DovJdon 4/32, New Bedford; Benjanin 3. Church 1/32, Gosnold; Abicl 
Codding Jr. 4/52, Folix G. '.Ihitnoy 2/32, Henry F. Barrows 2/32, Josiah 
D. Richards 2/32, J.R. Bronson 2/32, Attloboro; Jolin U. Loighton 
2/32, Boston. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 14, 1677 - pcrr.n- 
nont. Ovjncrs: Uilliau Lowis 4/32, Joseph Tabor 1/32, John ',[. Poirce 
2/32, Charles Tabcr 2/32, Otis A. Sisson 2/32, Jrjr.ios H. Shcrrnn 2/32, 
Janes Dowdon 4/32, Now Bedford; Bonjcxiin 3. Church l/32, Gosnold; 
Abiel Codding Jr. 4/32, George B. V/hitncy 2/32, Henry F. Barrovis 2/32, 
Josiah D. Rich.ards 2/32, J.R. Bronson 2/3 2, Attloboro; Jolin w. Loighton 
2/32, Boston. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-rcgisterod Oct. 2 2, 1877 - pernr.- 
nent. Master: Jarc s H. Fisher, Oivncrs: Vfillian Lewis 2/32, Joseph 
Taber l/32, Jolm 17. Peircc 2/32, Charles Tabor 2/32, Otis A. Sisson 
2/32, Jones K. Shernan l/32, Doanc & Co. 2/32, New Bedford; Benjanin 
B. Church l/32, Gosnold; Abiel Codding Jr. 4/52, George B. w'hitney 
2/32, Henry F. Barrows 4/32, J.R. Bronson 2/32, Josiah D. Richards 
2/32, xittloboro; Jolm \i. Loighton 2/32, Boston; J-orns H. Fisher 3/32, 
Falnouth. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-rcgistere d Juno 19, 1882 - porna- 
nent. Master: Albert Lewis. Oivners: 'jJillia^.i Lewis 4/32, Joseph 
Tabor 1/32, Estate of Clothier Poirce 2/32, Charles Tabcr 2/32, 
Joxies H. Shcrnrji l/32, Sincon Dcane 2/32, Edwaxd E. Hitch 2/32, Robert 
Allan 2/32, Now Bedford; Albert Lewis 2/32, Fairhaven; 3onJa:.iin B. 
Church 1/32, Gosnold; Abiel Codding Jr. 4/52, George B. 'Jhitnoy 1/32, 
Henry F. Barrows 4/52, J.R. Bronson 2/32, Josiah D. Ei3Vi£J?ds' 2/32, 
Attloboro. 

Bark, of Noyj Bedford. Rc-rogistorod Aug. 31, 1885 - perna- 
nent. 280.75 tons. Master: Joseph 'Jhitcside. amors: ITillian 
Lowis 15/32, Robert Allan 2/3 2, ^mtonc L. Sylvia l/32, Edwcjrd E. Hitch 
2/32, New Bedford; Joseph "iJhitosido 4/32, Dortnouth; Estate of Benjanin 
B. Church 1/32, Gosnold; Abiol Codding Jr. 4/32, Josiah D. Richards 
2/32, Attloboro; A.H. IvLaconbcr l/54 , E.G. lEiconbor l/64 , Uostporte 
Vessel sold foreign in 1890. 

UiTH RICH , schooner, of Now Bedford. Registered Mar, 1, 1870 - 
pernxincnt. Built at Frankfort, Lfc . in 1855, 197.31 tons; length 97 ft., 
breadth 25.6 ft., depth 9.4 ft. 1/fc.stcr: 'Jillian C. Paddock. Qmers: 
I,hry Jane Paddock 17/32, Now Bedford; Forbes 'J. Ifcnchostcr 15/32, 
Uostport. One dock, two msts, squ;"-rc stern, a billothead. Previously 
enrolled at Now Bedford Fob. 26, 1870. 

Schooner, of Now Bedford. Ro-registcrod Nov. 3, 1870 - 
perrnnent. Previously enrolled at Noxii Bedford June 16, 1370. Vossel 
condenncid ojid sold abroad in 1871. 



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JJJJRA k. m^SmS j schooner, of Ifcrblchccd. Rcgistorcd Sept. 10, 1920 - 
tc:porr.ry, Duilt r.t Car.idon, 1/Ib . in 1918. 530 tons; Icngtii 179.5 ft., 
broadtli 37 ft., depth. 13 ft. IVIc.stcr: Chcjlos H* Barnes. Ovjnors: 
Charles H. Do^rnos 19/64, Saugiis ; Estate of V»illian H. Swan 2/64, Louise 
ilartin 1/64, Daniol T. Giliacjtin 5/54, Frederick 21gcrton l/fi^i , Nevj York; 
Robert Fowler 2/64, P.i.L, Silvcrhorn 1/64, Michael Coivhey and Eugene 
Covjhcy 1/128, Droolclyn, N.Y. ; 'Jillis L. Sc.ton 2/54, Lucy S. aibbs l/G4, 
Joseph vJ, Gibbs l/64, Daniel W, Gibbs 1/54, iuaolia ii, 'Jorley l/54 , 
Bertha J. Drake l/54, George W. "i/Jard l/54, '.T.^i. 'Jclsh l/l28, 'Jalthon; 
Henry 2'.., Haskell 2/64, F.^^. Goddcj?d l/6'4 , George E. Spraguo l/64 , 
H.B. ' Q,uint 2/54, Joseph jl. Lmper l/o4 , Frank H* Haskell 1/54, Williri:! 
G. Scvjall 1/128, Lynn; Jennie S. Ward l/S4, LcJivrence; Hornan A. Morrison 
l/S4, Iblrosc; Sarah x^, Morrison l/64, Jrxiaica Plain; Charles x.. Bowcn 
1/54, Boston; S.B. Richcjrds l/54, Caiiden, Lfc.; George ¥. Haze It on, 
Gardner, Me.; Henry IJ. Howard l/l28, Bath, Mo.; Choj?lcs D. Snedecker 
l7o4, 7f.P, Runyan l/64, Perth ik-iboy, N. J. ; Charles H. Struvcn l/l28, 
Willian G. Moulton 1/128, Baltinorc, Md.; Helen Ackland 1/128, Bayonno, 
N.J.; New Jersey Paint -iorks l/54, Jersey City, N.J.; J.L.M. Coclcrell 
1/54, George N. Rood l/64, J.R. Ililton l/l28, Reodville, Ya.; S.A. 
To::ison 2/54, Mobile, ^.la. One deck, four .vasts, elliptic stern, a 
scroll head. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, Pa. Aug. 24, 1920. 

LHu'iDING BRBEZE, schooner, cf aarrington, tP. Registered Feb. 14, 1890 - 
tenporary. Duilt at Essex in 1854. 55.03 tons; length 72,1 ft., 
breadth 20.5 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Master: J.".J. PirJshOai. Ovmors : J.¥. 
Pinkhan, Harrington, Me, One deck, tvjo rr.sts, sCiU<?j?c stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at Provincctcvm Oct, 3, 1889. 

LEON S. SliilFT , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 14, 1892 - 
pern?nent. Built at Gloucester in 1881. 147.25 tons; length 95,7 ft,, 
breadth 25.4 ft., depth 9.8 ft. Master: Edwin N. Clark. Owners: 
P.H. Nye 53/54, New Bedford; ¥.B. Byrnes l/S4, Boston. One deck, two 
nasts, elliptic stcr;:, a billothead. Previously enrolled at Province- 
town Aug. 15, 1892. Vessel wrecked at Capo Verde Islands in 1893, 

I^ONIDAS, br.xk, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 13, 18G7 - pcrnanent. 
Built at South Berwick, J.fc. in 1833. 96.49 tons; length 73.1 ft., 
breadth 20.9 ft., depth 10 ft. Lhster: Ebon Cook. OvJners: David B. 
Kcnptcn 1/3, Rodolphus Beotlo 1/3, New Bedford; Chcj?les E. Hawos 1/3, 
Little Cor.pton, R.I, One deck, throe nasts, square stem, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at New Bedford Sept, 20, 1855. (Cf. Vol. 
I & II) 

Bark, of New Bedford, Re-rcgistered Sept. 29, 1859 - 
perrjincnt . Master: xl.L. Stickncj'-. Owners: David B. Kenpton I/8, 
Rodolphus Beetle I/8, Harriot J, Troy I/8, John P. west 1/8, ¥illia:i 
L, Dunhaia l/l5 , Rufus Randall l/lS, Polcg Slocuia 1/32, Lcander Briglit- 
ivan 1/32, Now Bedford; '..'illia..; R, Slocui'i l/lS, Dartncuth; ;.li:ion L* 
Stickney l/S, North Ada-^; Charles B. Hawcs 4/32, Little Cc:-pton, 
R.I. 



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751 LBONOR/i , brig, of Now Bodforc'.. HogistcrGc: July 27, 1901 - pcrnancnt . 
Luilt at Coluiibi.-- F:ais, IvL. in 1874. Ill torjs ; lon&tli 123.5 ft., 
brccc'tL 30. G ft., depth 16.1 ft. M-.star: Ecnjc-.-iin D. Clcvclr.r.'l. 
Owi-]ors: Tinothy C. Allen 8/32, Lonjfxxin D, Clovoland 8/32, Chcorlos 
H. Cornell 4/32, Henry VJ. Mciscn 2/52, SocLOlphus Beetle 2/32, Dojiiol 
W. Baker 2/32, Allen H. Uordcll 1/52, "Jilliaa P. V'ilson 1/32, Nev; 
Bedford; Henry B. G-ifford 2/S2, Clii'xlus F. Mr.xfiold 2/52, Falrliaven. 
Tvro decks, tvjo aasts, elliptic storn, a billothoad. Previously en- 
rolled at Nov; York Uay 23, 1901. 

762 -rig) of Nevj Bedford. Rc-rcgistorod Dec, 15, 1902 - 
porr'-anont . I.fc.stor: . Uilliar.: B. Ellis. Ovm^rs: Tir.iothy C. x;.llon 4/32, 
Uillic^j B. Ellis 8/32, Benjai".:in D. Cleveland 2/32, Hodolphus Beetle 
2/32, Cliarlos II. Cornell 4/32, Henry;/, Mason 2/32, Daniel 1.". Baker 
2/32, ^llcn H. Jordell 1/32, vlillioii F. Wilson l/32, Wc\v Bedford; 
Henry B. Giffcrd 2/52, Ch'^Tlcs P. L&xfield 2/52, George ".;. Brovci 2/32, 
Fairkavon. 

763 LEXINGTON ) schooner, of ifcchias, Lie. Registered Sept. 13, 1886 - 
tciaporary. Built at Chcrryfield, He. in 1875, 142.28 tons; length 
97,8 ft., br.-adth 28,2 ft., depth 7,35 ft. Ivbstcr: Joseph E. priest. 
Owners: Everett J. L'hite, Colu:.:bia, Tic. One deck, two r.r.sts, square 
stern, a billotk^ad. Previously enrolled at New York Sept. 11, 18S3. 

764* LINDA STE.L^RT , bark, of Thoinston, lie. Registered July 3, 1871 - 

tei..porary. Built at Dorcli^ster in 1852. 235.9 tons; length 107.3 ft., 
breadth 25.5 ft., depth 11.7 ft. Master: Oliver J. Croighton. Ovmers; 
E.^i., Robinson l/4, Jrj::ies A. Creigliton 1/4, Oliver J. Creighton 1/4, 
Charles yater_-i3n l/8, F. Eugene Gilchrist l/3, Thoriaston, Me. One 
deck, tiireo msts, sg\i:.re stern, a billethea?.. Previously registurcd 
at EdgcjtoTivn Mry 14, 1857. 

755 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rcgistercd July 5, 1875 - permanent, 
217.8 tons; lungth 107.1 ft,, breadth 25.6 ft., depth 11.7 ft. Master; 
Benja:-.j.n I. 'iilson. Owners: '.Jillica: Lowis 5/52, Benjai.dn I. "Jilson 
8/32, E.B. & F. Macy 2/32, ..Ics.rnder G. Myrick 2/32, Ji:;;:ris K. Sheri.ian 
2/32, Edward. T, Sher::an 2/32, Charles Tabor 2/52, Harvey Bartlett 
1/32, Vailia-a N. Church 2/32, '.iillicx: Baylies l/S2, Now Bedford; Bcnja- 
nin B. Church 1/32, Gosnold; Hircri ;.. Blood 4/52, Fitchburg. Previously 
registered at Sa-vTiraiah, Ga. Dec. 17, 1874. 0. Siiallcy, surveyor, 

756 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 30, 1377 - peraia- 
nent. Ovmers: Willian Lowis 5/32, 3cnja.-iin I. VJilson 8/3 2, E.B. & 

F. Ilacy 2/32, ..lex-ander G. Iviyrick 2/32, JaxBs K. Shaman 4/32, Charles 
Tabor 2/32, Harvey Bartlett 1/52, ■;;illia-: N. Church 2/52, yilliar.i 
Baylies l/32, Ne-rf Bedford; Benjcaiin B. Church 1/32, Gosnold; J.D. 
Rich.-'xds 2/32, George B. ITnitnoy 2/32, North Attleboro. 

757 Bark, of New Bedford, lic-registorod Nov. 26, 1377 - per:-.-ia- 
nent. Master: Reuben h'. Crape. Owners: "Ji Hi a-a Lewis 2/3 2, Benja- 
.:iin I. ■..Jilson 4/52, E.B. & F. Macy 2/32, .aexandcr G. lv!ti^rick 2/32, 
J-^a^s H. Sher.a:.n 2/32, Charles Tabor 2/32, riarvey Bartlett l/52, 
vJillian N. Church 1/52, 'iilliari Baylies l/32, George F. B-.rtl^t ■:./52, 
Gilbert N. Hall 1/32, New Bedford; Reuben U. Crape 4/32, Vfestpert; 
Bcnj::::ain B. Church 1/52, Gosnold; J.D. Richarus 2/52, George B. w'hitncy 
2/32, E.A. Codding 1/32, North ;xttlebcrc. Sold to ;;n .curican at 
Tur.ibez, Feru May 20, 1831. 



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?68 LITTLS LIZZIE , schooner, of HarvJich. Registered Nov. 20, 1682 - 
temporary. Built at Essex in 1858. 60.04 tons; length 56.4 ft., 
breadth 19.7 ft., depth 8.3 ft. Master: 'John Gtonsalves, Ovmers : 
Valentine Doane , Harwich. One deck, two masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at South Dennis Apr. 16, 1878. 

769 LIVE OAK , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July ,35, 1870 - permanent. 
Built in 1832. Place built not available. Formerly British Bark 
LIVE OAK. 460.87 tons. Dimensions not available. Ifester: John A. 
Beckerraan. Ovmers: Charles S. Randall 5/lG , William J. Rotch 5/16, 
William J. Norton l/lo , New Bedford; John A. Beckcrman 2/l6, Pocasset; 
Benjamin S. Rotch 2/16, Boston; Charles Hunter l/l6 , Newport, R.I. 

Two decks, three masts, square stern, a figurehead. Vessel sold foreign. 

770 LIZZIE LEE , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 24, 1913 - 
perroanont. Built at Trenton, Me. in 1868. 87 tons; length 79 ft., 
breadth 23 ft., depth 8.1 ft. Ifestor: Henrique Soccorro. Owners: 
Henrique Soccorro, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stem, a 
billethoad. Previously registered at Machias, Me. June 3, 1913, 
Vessel and crew lost on route to Togo, Capo Vordc Islands Oct. 31, 
1914. 

771 LONGVfOGD , schooner, of Now Bedford. Rogistcrod Nov. 18, 1895 - perma- 
nent. Built at Bath, m. in 1870. 62.5 tons; length 74.8 ft., 
breadth 21.6 ft., depth 7.5 ft. Master: Isaac Azulay. Oxmcrs: 
Antonio H. Brito, New Bedford. One dock, two me.sts, square stern, a 
billethoad. Previously enrolled at Barnstable mx. 9, 1887. Vessel 
sold foreign Nov. 18, 1S9S. 

772 ^ LOTTIE BEi^RD , schooner, of N^w Bedford. Rcgistorod Oct. 25, 1866 - 

permanent. Built at Fairhavon in 1865. 265.47 tons; length 116.1 ft., 
breadth 29.1 ft., depth 9.2 ft. I/Iastor; Jabez W. Perry. Owners: 
. William A. Beard 8/32, Jabez W. Perry 5/32, Sylvanus Thomas 2/32, 
George S. Homer 2/5 2, Horatio Hatha\Jay 1/52, Francis Hathaway 1/32, 
W'hitnoy & Allen 2/5 2, Alfred M. Chapman 2/3 2, Edward p. Abbe 4/32, 
William G. Blackler 4/32, Aaron Davis l/32. Now Bedford. One deck, 
two r;asts, square stern, a billethoad. J.B. Smith, surveyor. 

773 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Ro-rugistcrod Apr. 3, 1877 - 
permanent. 303.47 tons. Owners: Jabez W. Perry 8/32, VJilliam 
Phillips & Son 4/52, Horatio Hathowcy 1/32, Francis Hathavjay l/32, 
Thoma.s S. Hathaway 1/52, Whitney & Allen 2/32, ^Ifrod M. Chapman 
2/32, Edward P. Abbe 4/52, William G. Blackler 4/32, Aaron Davis 1/32, 
Thomas Nye Jr. 4/32, NoW Bedford. Previously enrolled at Noxj Bedford 
Feb. 28, 1874. J.V. Cox, sur-^-cyor. 

774 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-rogistw.rcd Dec. 3, 1879 - 
porma.nent. Owners: Jabez VJ. Perry 8/32, William. Phillips & Son 
4/32, Horatio Hathaway l/32, Francis Hathivv.'ay 1/3 2, E*state of Thoiins 
S. Hathaway 1/32, Robert Allan 2/32, Alfred M. Chapman 2/5 2, Edward P. 
Abbe 4/52, William G. Blackler 4/32, Aaron Davis 1/52, Thomiis Nye 

Jr. 4/32, New Bedford, 



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Schoonor, of New Bedford. Rc-rcgistorc d July 7, 1882 - poraa- 
nont . Otvncrs: Jabcz 'f. Perry 8/32, ".lilliaa FMllips k, Son 4/52, 
Horatio Hathaway 1/32, Francis Hathaway 1/32, Estate of ThocEiS S. 
Hathaway 1/32, Robert Allan 2/32, Alfred M. Chapiian 2/32, Edward P. 
Abbo 4/52, Estate of William G. Blacklor 4/32, Aaron Davis 1/32, Susan 
C. Nye 4/32, New Bedford. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Ro-rcgistorcd July 5, 1887 - pcrna- 
nent . 288.3 tons. l.ir.ster: James iferquand. Owners: Jabez 'J. Perry 
8/32, Jilliam Phillips & Son 4/32, Horatio Hathaway 1/32, Francis 
Hathaway 1/32, Estate of Thouns 3. Hathaway l/32, Robert ;aian 2/32, 
Alfred M. Chapnian 1/32, John Hicks 1/32, Edvjard P. Abbo 4/52, Estate 
of Willi "jn G. Blacklor 4/32, Aaron Davis l/32, Susan C. Nye 4/32, New 
Bedford. 

Schooner, of Now Bedford. Ro-rogi stored Jan. 21, 1891 - 
permanent. Oi'jnors: Jabez U, Perry 8/32, Gcorgo R. Phillips 4/52, 
Horatio Hathav/ay l/32, Francis Hathaway 1/3 2, Estate of Thorns 3. 
Hathaway l/52, Robert i^lan 2/52, Alfred M. Chapncn 1/52, John Hicks 
1/32, EdvJard P. Abbe 4/32, Estate of "jJilliam G. Blacklor 4/52, kexon 
Davis 1/52, Susan C. Nye 4/52, New Bedford. 

LOTTIE E. COOK , schooner, of Now Bedford. Registered Oct. 20, 1680 - 
pcrnanent. Built at KoVJburyport in 1867. 82.42 tor^ ; length SO ft,, 
breadth 22 ft., depth 8 ft. Ifastor: ^^iitone Yiora. C.Jners: Joseph 
Vera, Now Bedford. One dock, two masts, sq.uarc stern, a billcthe^ad. 
Previously registered at Provincetown Feb. 15, 1880. 

Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 19, 1885 - 
permanent. 78.5 tons. Master: John T. Bcsse. Owners: Joseph Vera 
7/8, New Bedford; John T. Bcsse l/8, Fairhavon. 

LOUISA, bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 5, 1859 - permanent. 
Built at Baltimore, Md. in 1832. 305.65 tons, length 107.4 ft,, breadth 
25.4 ft., depth 16.7 ft. L'hstor: George J. Slocum, auners: Jireh 
Swift Jr. and Frederick S. Allen 16/52, Abraham Delano 1/32, James H. 
Howland 2/32, Pardon Tillinghast 3/32, Nathaniel Adams 1/52, Adeline A. 
Williams 2/32, John F. Swift 2/32, Allen Case l/52, Scabury Cory Jr. 
1/32, New Bedford; Israel Macombcr 1/32, Wostpcrt; Edwrxd Howland 
2/52, Dartmouth. Two decks, throe masts, sciuare s.tern, a billothead. 
Previously registered at New Bedford Juno 12, 1865. (Of. Vol. I & II) 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 10, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Master: M.V.B. I/Iill;:a:d. Oi'mers: Jireh avift and Frederick S. 
Allen 18/52, Estate of Pardon Tillingliast 3/52, Jcsoos H. Howland 2/52, 
Nathaniel Adoxis 2/S2, John F. Sufift 2/32, Dillon Case 1/52, Seabury 
Cory 1/52, New Bedford; Edw.ard Howland 2/52, Dartmouth; Israel I/hcomber 
1/32, West port. 

Bark, of New Bedford. RG-registorcd July 8, 1878 - perma- 
nent. Master: Robert P. Gifford. Oivners: Jireh Sv'Jift and Frederick 
S. Allen 10/16, Estate of Pardon Tillinghast 3/32, Jaiaes H, Howland 
I/I6, Nathaniel Adams I/I6, Allen Case l/32, Seabury Cory 1/52, Now 
Bedford; Edward HovJland l/l5, Dartimuth; Israel Ifccombor l/32, Wostport, 



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783 Br,rk, of Novj Bedford. Re-rogistcrod Sept. 28, 1881 - 
pGrr.nH.cnt. Ihstcr: Benjamin Mantcr. Owners: George F. BJ^rtlctt. 
Ncvj Bedford. Vessel ureckcd in Arctic Ocean, 1833. 

784 LOUISi'i. :.. BO^iRDtlriN , schooner, of Calais, Me, Registered July 29, 1876 - 
temporary. Built at Calais, Me. in 1872. 112.74 tons; length 93 ft., 
breadth 26.83 ft., depth 7 ft. Master: E.R. Norvjood. Owners: E.R. 
Norwood, Calais, Me, One deck, tavo rrasts, elliptic stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at Calais, Me. July 23, 1872. 

785 LUCRETIA , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 16, 1877 - permanent. 
Built at Bath, life, in 1877. 312.54 tons; length 115..1. ft., breadtn 2T.4 
ft., depth 16 ft. Ldaster: George F. Smith. CvJners: William Lev;is 
6/32, Alexander H. Seabury 4/52, Benjamin G. Wilson 6/32, Alexander 

G. Myrick 2/32, Charles Taber ^/32, 3.B. & F. Macy l/32, William Baylies 
2/32, New Bedford; Josiah D. Richards 2/52, Abiel Codding Jr. 2/32, 
North Attleboro; Artemas S. Tyler l/32, Lw/ell; Ezra G. Perkins 2/32, 
Boston; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, Gosnold. Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, an eagle head. Previously enrolled at Bath, Me. June 12, 
1677. 

786 Steam bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 28, 1881 - 
permanent. 350.15 tons, lister: Thomas Ifellen. Owners: William 
Lewis 2/3 2, Alexander H. Seabury 4/52, Benjamin G. Wilson 2/5 2, William 
Baylies 2/52, Alexander G. l^ick 2/32, Charles Taber 2/52, E.B, & F. 
Macy 1/52, Abrahai3i Chase 1/32, New Bedford; Josiah D. Richards 2/52, 
Abiel Codding Jr. 2/32, W.D. Wilmarth 4/32, North Attleboro; Artemas 

S. Tyler l/32, Lowell; George H. Reynolds 1/32, Pelham Manor, N.Y. ; C.H. 
Delamater 2/52, George H. Robinson 2/32, New York; Benjamin B. Church 
2/52, Gosnold. Vessel wrecked in Arctic Ocean Sept. 4, 1889. 

787 LULA E. WILBUR , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 29, 1894 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1885. 99.99 tons; length 87.6 ft., 
breadth 25.7 ft., depth 8.6 ft. IvSaster: Hendrick Morse. Ovmers: 
Nathaniel P. Soule , Now Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Dennis May 1, 1391. 

788 LYDIA , bark, of New Bedford. Registored July 10, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1840. 529.77 tons; length 104 ft., breadth 
27.4 ft., depth 18 ft. Master: Lysander W. Gifford. Owners: Edmund 
Ivfexfiold 5/16, Alexander H. Seabury 5/l6 , Taber, Read & Co. 1/16, 
Edward Cannon l/l6, William Watkins 1/16, E.G. Jones 2/l5, VJilliam 

J. Rotch 1/16, Jonathan Bourne Jr. 2/l!5, Now Bedford. Tvvo decks, three 
masts, square stern, a scroll head. Previously registered at New 
Bedford Nov. 1, 1865. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

789 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 17, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Ivlastcr: John P. Praro. Owners: Nathaniel S. Cannon l/l6, 
Alexander H, Seabury 5/l6, Antono L. Sylvia 5/16, John P. Praro l/l6, 
Edward Cannon l/l6 , Amasa Whitney l/l6, William Baylies l/l& , Simeon 
N. West 1/16, Now Bedford. 



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Bark, of New Bodford. Re-rogistorod Apr. 15, 1878 - perma- 
nent. ]\'iastcr: Androw J. Cory. Owners: VJilliam Baylies l/l6 , i-ixaasa 
Whitney l/l5 , Alexander H. Scabury 5/l6 , Antonc L. Sylvia 5/l5 , ildward 
Cannon l/l6, Frances A. Gannon l/l6, John P. Praro l/l6 , Siijcon N. West 
1/16 , New Bedford. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registoied Nov. 22, 1830 - permanent. 
Master: Edwcxd M. Frazior. O'^vners: William Baylies l/l6 , -Alexander 
H. Seabury 5/l6 , iaitonc L. Sylvia 5/ 16, /-jnasa Whitney l/l6 , Frances A. 
Cannon l/l6, Simeon N. West 1/16, Samuel H. Cook l/l6 , Edward Ivi. Frazier 
1/32, New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church 1/32, Gosnold. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-registercd Oct. 2, 1884 - permanent. 
tfeLster: Edward J. Smith. Owners: 'iTilliam Baylies 2/32, .Alexsjidcr H. 
Seabury 8/32, ioitone L. Sylvia 7/32, William Lewis 8/32, Samuel H. 
Cook 3/32, Simeon N. West 2/32, Henry S. Whitney 1/32, Estate of Benja- 
min B. Church 1/52, Now Bedford. 

M. SHSPiiRD , brig, of New Bedford. Registered ^iUg. 7, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Salem in 1850. 125.51 tons; Ic-ng-th 92.3 ft., breadth 22.4 
ft., depth 9 ft, Ivlaster: Charles H. Robbins. Oimers: J.B. Hadloy 
1/2, A.E. Potter l/2, New Bedford. Tiifo decks, two masts, sciuaro stern, 
an eagle head. Previously registered at Boston Nov. 1, 1856. Vessel 
condemned abroad in 1868. 

llkBSL , bejk, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 17, 1877 - permanent. 
Built at Bath, Mo. in 1877. 188.09 tons; length 100.2 ft., breadth 
25.1 ft., depth 10 ft. fcster: John Horan. Ovmers: Willicj-n Lewis 
19/64, John Horan 1/8, Doane & Co. 1/8, Nathaniel Adams 1/8, Thojoias 
Otis 1/32, '..filliam N. Church l/l6, Benjraain G-. Wilson 1/16, New Bodford; 
Joseph C. Little l/l6 , Wcstport; i^irteroas S. Tyler l/l5 , Lowell; Benja- 
min B. Church 1/32, Gosnold; G-iliian A. Lovjo 1/64, Boothbay, Mo. One 
deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a figurehead. Previously enrolled 
at Bath, I,fc . Aug. 24, 1877, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-r^gistered May 51, 1881 - permanent. 
Owners: William- Lewis 27/64, John Horan -.1/8, Nath.anicl Adans 1/8, 
Thomas Otis l/32, ".ailiam N. Church l/l6 , Benjamin G-. Wilson l/l6 , 
New Bedford; Joseph C. Little 1/16 , Westport; Artemas S. Tyler l/l6 , 
Lowell; Benjamin B. Church 1/52, Gosnold; Gilman A. Lowe l/o4 , Boothbay, 
Mo. 

Ba.rk, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 12, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Lfcster: Sdmun.d Kelley. Ovjnors: William Lewis 7/52, Nathaniel 
Adams 4/32, Charles Tabcr 2/32, Benjamin G. Wilson 2/32, .^.H. Ifccoribor 
1/52, E.G. J-hcomber l/32, ^aexender H. Seabury 4/32, George S. Homer 
4/32, New Bedford; W.D. Wilmarth 4/32, Attleboro; Benjamin B. Chiirch 
1/32, Gosnold; Artemas S. Tyler 2/32, Lowell. Vessel lost in i^rctic 
Ocean in 1S85. 

MADELI]>IE , schooner, of Bath, Me. Registered Apr. 29, 1910 - temporary. 
Built at Bath, Mc . in 1902. 394 tons; length 147 ft., breadth 34.8 
ft., depth 12,1 ft. lfcster: F.J. Follett. Oi-vners: C.A. Small 11/64, 
Machiasport-, Mo.; FrarJi L. Bowker 9/54, Phippsburg, I,fc.; James W, 
Parker 2/54, Portland, Mc; jisa L. Young l/64, ii.uburn, Me.; Charles 
L. Crosby l/64, Arrowsic, Me.; Samuel H. Holway l/54, Louis Ifcrtin 
1/54, Charles W. Fisher 1/64, Boston; Frajik L. Wilson 1/54, 



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Berlin, N.H. ; Est.ato of Janes T. Lcary 16/64, Daniel J. Loary 16/64, 
Now York; W.C. Rcid 4/64, Brooklyn, N.Y. One deck, three iiiasts, 
elliptic stern, a plain head. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, 
Pa. Nov. 6, 1S09. 

mGGIE AMMMS , schooner, of Baltinoro, Md. Registered Oct. 22, 1834 - 
temporary. Built at Nowburyport in 1884. 579,81 tons; length 157.5 
ft., breadth 34.4 ft., depth 17.4 ft. Master: Alexander F. Snow. 
Owners: Alexcjidcr F. Snov; 6/64, Bernard H. Baker 11/64, John Brown 
4/64, George F. Brown 3/64, Henry Mankin 3/64, Jolin B. Phillips 2/64, 
Harriet Clark 2/64, Thomas Lewis 2/64, Baltimore, M. ; Henry C<, Berry 
2/64, Nchemiah B. Kellcy 2/64, Harwich; William Todd 1/64, George E. 
Currier 7/64, NevJburyport ; C. Baker and J.F. Baker 4/64, Boston; 
Elisha H. Tobay l/64. Monument Beach; Le;^indcr F. Pease 1/S4, A.H. 
Berry l/64, John G. Lewis 2/54, Hlriim S. Read l/64, Providence, R.I.; 
Alfred D. Snow 5/64, Levi G. Burgess 3/64, Benjamin F. Matcalf l/54. 
Now York. One dock, three masts, elliptic stern, a billethoad. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Baltimore, Md. Llay 20, 1884, 

MA.QGIE MULYEY , schooner, of Boston. Registered Dec. 25, 1869 - temporary. 
Built at Waldoboro, 14). in 1867. 266.22 tons; length 114.4 ft., breadth 
28.9 ft., depth 10.8 ft. Master: Oliver H.P. Rogers, avners: Oliver 
H.P. Rogers 3/32, Frederick Shearer 2/32, Jackson & Elwcll 2/32, St. 
George, Mo,; John Fuller l/32, Apploton, Me,; EoC. McQueeno 1/32, Union, 
Me,; Alfred Stover 10/32, Waldoboro, Me,; S.L, Merchant 4/32, Now York; 
John H. Conant l/32, Samuel C. Loud 1/32, Jolin Pendleton l/32, Henry 
Rose 1/32, Gove & Choatc l/32, Robin Hart 1/32, Nancy Hulvcy 2/32, Samuel 
Welch 1/32, Boston, One deck, two masts, square stern, a billcthead. 
Previously enrolled at New Bedford Nov. 24, 1858. 

MAGUERITE aiSKII'iS , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 51, 1919 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1893. 72 tons; Icr^gth 92.4 ft., breadth 

24.8 ft., depth 9,4 ft. lifoster: Hipolito G. Lamas. Ovmers: Jose 

M. Faria, Now Bedford. One deck, two nir.sts, elliptic stern, a billot- 
head. Previously enrolled at Gloucester July 25, 1916., Vessel sold 
foreign in 1925, 

MALABAR , schooner, of Belfast, Me. Registered Apr. 5, 1872 - temporary. 
Built at Belfas,t, Me. in 1845. 88.46 tons; length 80 ft., breadth 
23,7 ft., depth 7,5 ft. Master: William H. McCarthy. Owners: 
J. MI. Frederick 3/32, William H. Conners 5/32, J.W. White 3/32, Francis 
Welch 2/32, A.A. Howes l/32, William Frederick 4/32, Charles Treadwell 
2/32, H.H. Johnson 2/32, James 'Jhite 2/32, William B. Sv/an 2/32, 
George F, Ryan 2/32, Eben Newell 2/32, Belfast, Me.; Jane E, Ari^ier 
2/32, Dorchester. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Belfast, Me. Apr. 29, 1870. 

MARC ELLA. , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 4, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Falmouth in 1826. 166.05 tons; length 86.1 ft., breadth 

23.9 ft,, depth 12.4 ft. Master: Charles West. Ov/ners} Charles R. 
Tucker and Edward D. Mandell 10/16, Alfred Wordell l/l6, Henry R. 
Tucker 1"/16, Nevj Bedford; Williaia Cumraings 3/l6, Dartmouth; Charles 
West l/l6, Tisbury. One deck, three masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously r^jgistered at New Bedford Apr. 25, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 



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Bark, of Nev/ Bedford, Re-registered Nov, 24, 1869 - permanent, 
Ifester: O^en H. Tilton. Owners: Edi-i/ard D. li&ndell and Charles R. 
Tucker 9/l6, John F. Tucker l/l6, Alfred Wordell l/l6 , Henry R. Tucker 
l/l5, New Bedford; William Cummings 3/16, Dartmouth; Charles West l/l6, 
Tisbury. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov, 11, 1873 - permanent. 
Master: John R, Sturgis. Oivners: John F, Tucker 2/l6 , Charles R. 
Tucker & Co. 12/16, Edmund Ifexfield l/l6 , New Bedford; Charles West 
1/15, Tisbury. 

Bark, of Nevj Bedford. Re-registered July 31, 1876 - permanent. 
Master: Frederick F, Tripp. Owners: John F, Tucker 3/16, Charles 
Tucker & Co, 12/16, Edmund Maxfield l/l5, Nevj Bedford. Vessel condemned 
and sold at St, Helena. 

MARENGO , ship, of Nev: Bedford, Registered Oct, 16, 1865 - permanent. 
Built at Medford in 1831. 478,11 tons; length 126,7 ft., breadth 
28,6 ft,, depth 19.3 ft, I/Iaster: Joseph G, Little. Owners: VJilliam 
0. Brownell 16/52, William T. Sraith 2/52, E.B. & F. Iifecy 1/32, Smith 
& Allen 1/32, Edward T, Taber 2/52, William Oc Brownell Jr. 1/32, John 
A. Wood 1/32 , New Bedford; Joseph C. Little 2/32, Charles Little 2/32, 
Michael Cumminskey 2/32, Holder IThite 1/32, Wostport; David B. Anthony 
1/52, Providence, R.I. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at Now Bedford Oct, 9, 1855. J.B. Smith, 
surveyor. (Cf . Vol, I & II) 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-rogistored June 26, 1871 - permanent, 
fester: William M, Barnes. Ovmors: William 0. Brov.'ncll 14/32, Williaju 
T. Smith 2/32, E.B. & F. liJacy l/32, Smith & /J-len 1/52, Edv/ard T. Taber 
2/52, William 0. Broi/msll Jr. l/52, John A. Wood l/32, New Bedford; 
Charles Little 2/52, Michael Cumminskey 2/52, Holder White l/32, VJestport; 
William M. Barnos 4/52, Worcester; David B. iijithony 1/52, Providence, 
R.I. 

Ship, of Now Bedford. Ra-rogistGrod Aug. 14, 1875 - permanent. 
Master: Nohcmiah P, Baker. Ovjners: George F. Bartlett, New Bedford, 
Previously registered at San Francisco, Calif. Doc. 2, 1874. Vessel 
xvrockGd, 

MARENGO , schooner, of Harwich. Registered Sept. 25, 1858 - temporary. 
Built at Newburyport in 1854. 49.59 tons; length 51.6 ft., breadth 
18.6 ft., depth 7 ft. Master: J.O. Hulse. amors: Lindscy Nickerson 
Jr. 61/128, Thcophilus Bakor 61/128, GoorgD D. Smalloy l/64, B.F. 
Hallett 1/64, Sanford Freeman 1/54, Harwich. One dock, tvjo masts, 
square stern, a billethcad. Previously enrolled at South Dennis j^pr, 
21, 1858. 

MARGARET , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 29, 1920 - perma- 
nent. Built at Boston in 1903. 48 tons; length 75.3 ft., breadth 
19.1 ft,, depth 9.S ft. Master: John G, Pinhciro. Owners: John 
G. Pinhoiro 15/64, John G. Pinheiro Jr. 16/54, Joseph J. Silvia l/l2 , 
John A. Martins l/5, New Bedford; Edgar L. Burchcll 15/64, Providence, 
R.I. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a billethoad. Previously 
enrolled at Chicago, 111. Apr. 14, 1915, Vessel sold to U.S. Government, 
Stranded in 1925, 



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811 M-JIG-AEETT , schooner, of New London, Conn. Rogisturou. Sept. 4, 1907 - 
toriiporary. Built e.t Essex in 1889. 107 tons; length 92.2 ft,, breadth 
22,7 ft,, depth 8.8 ft, Me^stcr: Erastus Church, toners : Gcor@3 R. 
Harris 1/4, Charles VJ. Corastock 1/4, Donald G. Perkins 1/4, Lucius 
Brovm 1/4, Norvdch, Conn. One deck, tvjo masts, elliptic stern, a bil- 
lethcad. Previously enrolled at Gloucester July 19, 1907. 

812 Schooner, of New Bedford. Rc-rcgistered Jfay 2, 1911 - perma- 
nent, fester: Henry A'fcJidley Jr. Owners: Janes F. Avery 2/32, Henry 
Mandloy 8/32, M.C. Costa 6/32, C.W. Read 4/32, ¥,F. Read 3/52, H.L. 
Tiffany 3/32, A.A. Cory 2/52, A. Frank Clark 2/32, Henry Ifcndley Jr. 
2/32, Ncvj Bedford. Preiaously enrolled at New London, Conn. Oct, 20, 
1910. 

813 Schooner, of New Bedford. Rc-rcgistered Apr. ^, 1915 - 
pcriianont. Cnmovs: Jcxies F. Avery 2/32, Kovj Bedford; Henry Mandley 
8/32, Henry Ifendley Jr. 8/32, C."..-. Read 4/32, 17 .F. Read 3/32, H.L. 
Tiffany 3/52, A. Frank Clark 2/52, A.A. Cory 2/CA, New Bedford. 

814 Schooner, of New Bedford. Ro-registored 1/Iar. 19, 1917 - 
pernanent. Master: Louis Lopes. Ovmors: Janes F. Avory 6/32, A.A. 
Cory 5/32, A. Franlc Clark 4/32, C.w. Read 4/32, 'J.F. Read 3/32, William 
A. Robinson & Co. 5/32, H.L. Tiffany 3/52, New Bedford. 

815 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Mar, 11, 1921 - 
pernanent, lfe.stor: Joseph F, Edwards. Owners: A,A. Cory 4/32, jar^s 
F. Avery 5/32, A. Frank Clark 4/32, C.W. Read 4/32, lJ,F. Read S/32, 
William A. Robinson & Co. 6/32, H.L. Tiffany 3/32, Joseph F. Edwcj?ds 
2/32, New Bedford. 

815 Schooner, of New Bedford. Rc-registcred Oct. 21, 1925 - 

pernanent. Master: I,/]ai\uol T. Ghantre. amers: Manuel T. Chantre 
1/2, New Bedford; Joaquin J, Goccs 1/2, Providence, R,I. Vessel 
abandoned and scrapped at Brava, Cape Verde Islands, in 1926. 

817 L'JARIQN L. CONRioD , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Doc. 7, 1931 - 
permanent. Built at East lAhavc , Nova Scotia in 1920, 173 tons; length 
125,4 ft,, breadth 27,5 ft., depth 11,2 ft. Master; Julio Cezar 
Alnada. Ovmers: Julio Cezar lUnada, New Bedford. Cv.o deck, three 
masts, round stern, a billothoad. Previously registered at Boston 

Dec 10, 1928, 

818 M&RS , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Jan. 1, 1859 - permanent. 
Built at Ncwburyport in 1823, 255,25 tons; length 95,4 ft,, breadth 
25,7 ft., depth 17,2 ft, I;Iaster: Geor^ V,', iUlen. Ovmers: Charles 
H. Gifford 2/32, Estate of William Gifford 4/32, Charles R. Tucker & 
Co, 6/32, Pcleg Slocun 2/32, Joseph Vera 2/52, Caroline C. Slocum, 
Guco-dian 2/32, Luthan Potter 2/32, New Bedford; Estate of John Cummings 
2/32, Willi an Cxinnings 5/32, Abner P. B^'-rkcr 2/32, Benjarran T. Cunnings 
2/52, Dartmouth, Tvjo decks, throe rx.sts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously registered at New Bedford Oct. 28, 1865. Vessel rcadncasured. 
Lawrence Grinnell, survcj'"or. (Cf, Vol. I & II) 

819 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 30, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Oivners: Chajlcs H. Gifford 4/l6, Bcnjai'iin T. Cuivmings 2/l6, 
Charles R. Tucker & Co. 3/lS, Pelcg Slocum I/I6 , Caroline C, Slocun , 
Guaj^dian I/I6, Joseph Vera l/lS , Nathaniel Adaj;is I/I6 , Rhoda T, 
Gifford 1/15, New Bedford; George W. Allen 2/16, Najitucket, 



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820 Br.rk, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 7, 1878 - perrj:.neiit . 
Master: Asaph S. IJicks. Ovjners: Charles H. Gifford 4/16, Benjarain 

T. Cuiimings 2/l6, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 3/l6, Peleg Slocura 1/16, 
Joseph Vera 2/l6, Nathaniel Adans l/l5 , Rhoda T. Gifford l/l6 , New 
Bedford; George VJ. Allen 2/15, Nantucket. 

821 Bark, of Nevir Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 20, 1883 - perna- 
nent. 243.44 tons, tfostcr: George E. Allen. Oi'mcrs: ".Jilli on Lewis 
4/16, Nathaniel Adans 2/ 15, L. and F.R. Brightnan 2/16, VJilliaiz Baylies 
1/15, Alexander H. Scabury l/l6, Goorgs S. Horxr 1/15, Sar.iuel C. Hart 
1/15, Charles Tabcr 2/l5, New Bedford; S.T. Snow l/l6 , John Revere 
l/l6, Boston. 

822 IfcRTHA , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered June 15, 1858 - permanent. 
Built at Scituate in 1805. 235.37 tons; length 94 ft,, breadth 25.5 
ft., depth 15.9 ft. Master: Peter Gartland. amers: Jireh avift 
Jr. and Frederick S. Allen 7/15, Pardon Tillinghast 2/l6 , Peter Gart- 
land 2/l6, Jaiies H. Hov;land l/l5 , George Hoircr and Frederick Hocer 
1/15, Shear jashub T. Yiall 1/16, John P, Swift l/l5, New Bedford; 
Hannah P. Paine l/l6, Boston. Two decks, three casts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at San Erancisco, Calif. Dec. 7, 
1855, (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

823 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 1, 1872 - perraa- 
nent. Master: James E. Stanton. Ovmers: Jireh Sivift Jr. and 
Frederick S. Allen 7/15, Estate of Pardon Tillinghast 2/16, James 

H. How land 1/16, George Homer and Frederick Homer l/l6, John F. Swift 
1/16, James E. Stanton 1/16, Nathaniel Adams l/l6, Otis A. Sisson l/l5, 
Hannah P. Paine l/l6, Nevv Bedford. 

824^ JvI;\RTHA ".IRIGHriNGTQN , bark, of Nantucket. Registered July 2, 1855 - 

toaporcxy. Built at Soriorsot in 1852. 132.07 tons; length 92.2 ft., 
brcadth 25.7 ft., depth 9.4 ft. Ifcster: Elihu F. Turner. &mcTs: 
■ Frcor^n E. AdaiMs 14/32, Joseph H. Nickerson 2/32, Franklin Nickcrson 
1/32, Nantucket; Zcnas L. Adans S/32, Pock & Adazis 2/32, New Bedford; 
Elihu F. Turner 4/32, Nathan Coleman 2/32, Samuel Nickerson l/32, 
Barnstable. One deck, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Barnstable Mar. 22, 1865. Yosscl readme asurod. 
JoiES V. Cox, surveyor. Vessel sold foreign in 1871. 

825 MARY CURTIS , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 16, 1914 - 
permanent. Built at Konncbunlq)ort , Me. in 1874. 351 tons; length 
136.7 ft,, breadth 32.5 ft., depth 14.5 ft. Master: Valentine Rose. 
Ovmers: Valentine Rose, Now Bedford. One deck, three masts, square 
stern, a billotlxad. Previously enrolled at Rockland, Me. Oct. 9., 
1914. 

825* ]ji!£:jlY ELIZl/'^ETH , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. IS, 1925 - 
perxianent. Built at Connalis Q,uay, England in 1877. For.-orly the 
British Schooner WHY ELIZa'^BBTH. 114 tons; length 85.8 ft., breadth 
22.4 ft., depth l6.2 ft. I/hster: Jacob Gennert. Owners: Jacob 
Genncrt, New Bedford. One deck, two a:-sts, elliptic stern, a billet- 
head. M.B. Marn, assistant surveyor. 



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827 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-regi stored Nov. 8, 1926 - 
PQr:.ianent. l/hster: Joaquir.i A, Monteiro. CXvners; Joseph J. Monte, 
New Bedford. Vessel cbcindoned end scrapped in 1929. 

828 MrSYWJA, schooner, of Frovincctown. Registered Nov. 29, 1890 - 
tenporary. Built zt Essex in 1860, 58,05 tons; length 70,2 ft., 
breadth 21 ft., depth 7.4 ft, I.faster: i-ircenio Fratus, amers: Arcenio 
Fratus, Frovincetovm, One deck, two iXists, squcre stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at Frovincetovm Oct, 22, 1890, Ycssel sold foreign 
in 1891. 

829 IvIaRY ERi^ZT-PIR , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 7, 1867 - pornanent. 
Built at Newburyport in 1832. 301.45 tons; length 113,5 ft., breadth 

25 ft., depth 15,9 ft, Ifcstcr: Thonas T, GpCTJgII. Ovmcrs: Charles 
Tuckor 2/16, Dartnouth; Isaac D. Ball 2/l6 , ¥illi;a.iC. Tabor l/l5, 
Charles Taber l/l5, Stephen 0, Eriscoll l/lo , Estate of iibrahaa H. 
Hcwland 2/l6 , Alexander H, Scabury l/l6, Anasa Whitney l/l6, Pclcg Slocuia 
1/16, Sailings & King-nan l/l5, Thorias T. Casvjcll 1/15, New Bedford; 
Sai'-iuel B, HTxiblin l/lS, ;.cushnot ; I/Iichaol Cui-iiinskoy l/l5, 'Jcstport, 
Tvjo decks, three rr.sts, so^uarc stern, a wonan figurehead. Previously 
registered at Now Bedford, Juno 21, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

830 Bark, of New Bedford. Registerc-d Nov. 6, 1871 - pcrrrncnt. 
r.dastor: Jolm 0. Nye. Owners: Charles Tucker 2/lS, Dartnouth; Isaac 
D. Hall 2/15, VJillioxiC, Tabor l/l6, Charles TCLbor l/l6, Stephen G. 
Driscoll 1/16, Estate of Abrahan H, Rowland 2/16, iaexajider H, Seabury 
1/16, .vcasa Whitney l/l6 , Poleg Slocun l/l6, Sullings & Kingr.ian l/l6, 
New Bedford; John G. Nye 1/15 , Faliaouth; Sanuel B, Hanblin l/l6, 
Acushnet; Mchael Cu:x;inskey l/l6, Uestport. 

831 Bark, of Sdgartown. Re-registered Oct. 11, 1875 - trnporary. 
I/fcster: Goorgc Lewis. Owners: Sai-iucl Osborne Jr., Edgartown. 

832 Bnrk, of Edgcrtown. Ro-rogistarcd Juno 6, 1887 - tenporary. 
288,38 tons, Ifester: Joshua G, Laphaia, Owners: Saiauol Osborne Jr, 
12/16, Walter S. Osborne 4/15, Sdgartown. Prcvioxisly registered at 
Edgortown ir.y 7, 1887. Vessel abandoned off Lores, Dutch East Indies, 
and aftcrwarcis burned by U.S. Naval vessel, ISry 20, 1889. 

833 MARY PRICE , schooner, of VJilniington, Del. Registered at Wareham, Apr. 
18, 1873 - temporary. Built at Wilmington, Del. in 1854. 125.17 tons; 
length 100 ft., breadth 28 ft., depth 7 ft. Master: John B. Newlove. 
Owners: Erancis Barry 27/128, Williain G. Gibbons 23/128, Thomas McClary 
23/128, John Jones 23/126, Edward Bliggard 16/128, Wilmington, Del.; 
James Cranston 16/128, Nevjport, Del. One deck, two masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Wilmington, Del. Apr. 12, 1872, 

834 MARY A. ROWIAND , schooner, of Belfast, Mo. Registered Mar. 25, 1870 - 
temporary. Built at Brookhaven, N. Y. in 1847. 78.37 tons; length 
73,4 ft,, breadth 23.5 ft., depth 7,4 ft. Master: Franklin S. Coombs, 
Owners: Franklin S. Coombs 1/4, L. G. Coombs 3/4, Belfast, Mc. Ono 
deck, two masts, square storn, a woman bust head, previously onrollod 
at Now Bedford Juno 11, 1867. 



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835 M'JIY E. CQYISEB , sclioonor, of Bridgoton, N.J. Rogistorcd June 18, 1867 - 
tcnporc.ry. Built at Bridgoton, K.J. in 1866, 158.95 tons; Isngtli 
104.2 ft., brcadtti 25,4 ft., depth 8 ft. Ifcistor: Henry FcLCordro. 
Owners: Horiry Faceriiro 1/15, Bridgoton, N.J.; Jn.cob Kiensle 2/16, 
Robert J. Fithicn and Phillip H. Fithian l/l6, Scuiucl E. IvfcGoco? and 
Fr^^^k M. l^cGo^r 1/16 , John S. llc&car 1/15 , Goorgc Donaghay l/l5 , Daniel 
S. S;-iith 1/16, Dmiol F. Dorroll 1/15, H.J. Llulford l/l5 , Ne?j Jersey; 
Honry Renikc 2/l5, Philadelphia, Pa.; Jolin Cojme 2/16, Lewis Ehrivxai 
1/15, '-■filliai-.i A, Johnson 1/16, Baltinoro, M. One deck, tvjo rests, 
a scroll head. Previously onrollod at Bridgoton, N.J. June 11, 1856, 

835 WiRY S. SII&IONS , schooner, of Nevj Bedford. Registered May 12, 1879 - 
perrianent . Built :-.t Essex in 1854. 104.81 tons; length 85.5 ft., 
breadth 23.8 ft., depth 9,9 ft. Ivhster: Honry I;]rn.dley. Ovmers: 
Loun Snow Jr. 3/l5, Jolin N. llbrris l/l5 , Robert Snow 1/16, Estate of 
Louin Snow 2/lS, Charles Tabor 2/l5, Antone L. Sylvia 5/ 16, Sar.iuel 
H. Cook l/l5. New Bedford; Henry 1/bndloy l/l5. Pro vine etown. One 
deck, throe aasts, squccre stern, a billethsad. Previously enrolled 
at Provincetovm Apr. IS, 1879. 

837 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 1, 1883 - 
perrianont. 99,57 tons. Oiivners: Robert Snow 2/32, Loua Snov? Jr. 
7/32, Estate of Loui-.i Snow 4/32, Chti^jles Taber 4/32, .intone L. Sylvia 
11/32, Sai-juel H. Cook 2/32, NeVJ Bedford; Henry Ifcndlcy 2/3 2, Province- 
town. 

838 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-rogisterod Mar. 23, 1889 - 
pomanont. Owners: Thorr.s Luce 1/2, Henry Eandlcy l/2. New Bedford. 
Previously enrolled at New Bedford Dec. 24, 1888. 

839 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registcred Ifcy 13, 1895 - 
perrraient. Owners: Charles T. Luce 1/8, Thonas Luce 3/8, Henry 
I'lbJidloy 4/8, New Bedford. 

840 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered I.fc.y 20, 1903 - 

■ perr.rjiont. Owners: Charles T. Luce 1/4, Tho.ns Luce 3/4, New Bedford. 

841 Schooner, of Providence, R.I. Re-registered Oct. 23, 1907 - 
tci-ipor'ary. Ihster: Joseph J. Oliveira. Ovmers: Joseph J. Oliveira, 
Irovidenco, R.I. Vessel sold foreign in 1911. 

842 m£I S. iilES . bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 20, 1861 - perma- 
nent. Built at Boston in 1875. 599.54 tons; length 148 ft., breadth 
33.2 ft., depth 17.2 ft. Ivhster: Elij.-^i Crocker. Owners: w'illiau 
H. Besse 2/64, Jonathrn Bourne 4/54, New Bedford; lilden Besse 4/54, 
Gerard C. Tobey IG/S-x, "Jrj-chari; Slijrli Crocker 9/54, Barnstable; OvJen 
Bearse l/64, Hyannis ; Thorx-s B. Griffith 4/54, Crjrver; Oliver ia^BS 
8/54, Cyrus Lothrop 15/54, North Easton. Tvio decks, tlireo ..xists, rn. 
elliptic stern, a billothead. Previously registered at Boston Mar. 16, 
1878. 

843 IffiRY & HELiSN , stei-x: bcj?k, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 8, 1879 - 
pcrmnent. Built at Bath, lie. in 1879. 420.5 tons; length 138.2 ft., 
breadth 30.3 ft., depth 15.75 ft. Rt-.stor: M.V.B. llLllrj-d. Owners: 
Vjillir'j-.i Lowis 5/32, J^exander H. Seabury l/l6 , j'illi^:uri Baylies l/lS, 
George S. Horcr 1/16 , Sirioon Doane l/lS , Robert i'J.lan l/32, ^^brahau 
Chase 1/32, Sa..iuel C* Hart l/32, Ebenezer F. Nye l/32, VJillard ... 

Nye Jr. 1/52, 



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New Bedford; George H. Reynolds I/I6, Pelham, N.Y.; VJ.D. V\rilmarth 2/16, 
Attleboro; Joseph Nickerson l/32, Boston; Benjamin B. Church l/32, 
Gosnold; Abby Avery 1/32, Braintree; Goss, Sawyer & Packard 1/15, 
Bath, Me.; C.H. Delamater l/32, George H. Robinson l/32, New York. 
Two decks, three masts, round stern, a figurehead. Previously en- 
rolled at Bath, Me. Aug. 22, 1879. 

844 M'^RY 8c HELEN , steam bark, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 14, 1882 - 
permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1882, 508.12 tons; length 141.8 
ft., breadth 31.3 ft., depth 16.7 ft. Master: George F. Smith. 
Owners: William Lewis 4/32, Goorge S. HoDx.r 2/32, Charles Tabor 2/52, 
Samuel C. Hart 1/32, Alexander H. Scabury 2/52, William Baylies 2/32, 
New Bedford; James Gaminons Jr. 1/52, Boston; Abiel Codding Jr. l/32, 
North Attloboro ; George A, Osgood 4/32, C.H. Delamutcr 2/32, New York; 
A.K.P. HEirmon 4/32, Josiah N. Khovi/los l/32, Oakland, Calif.; Samuel 
Foster 2/32, San Francisco, Calif.; Byron Gilman 4/32, Virginia City, 
Nov. Two desks, throe masts, round stern, a billethead. Previously 
enrolled at Bath, Me. Aug. 3, 1882, Register surrendered at Nov; Bedford. 

845 MARY fc SUSAI^ , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 9, 1867 - perma- 
nent. Built at Now Bedford in 1857. 327.37 tons; length 114.7 ft., 
breadth 29 ft,, depth 16,6 ft. Master: A.O. Herendeen. Owners: 
Joseph Khowles, John P. Khowles and Thoiais Knowles, Ncvj Bedford, Two 
decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered 
at New Bedford July 13, 1857. (Cf. Vol. II) 

846 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registered Oct. 5, 1881 - permanent. 
Master: N.P. Baker, Ovmers: George F. Bartlctt 21/32, Robert ¥. 
Bartlctt 2/32, William H. Bartlett 1/32, New Bedford; William C. Paine 
8/32, Beverly. Vessel wrecked in the Arctic Oc^an in 1888. 

847 MASSACHUSETTS , bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 11, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Built at New Bedford in 1836. 356,03 tons; length 108.1 ft., 
breadth 27 ft., depth 18.1 ft. I4ister: Nathan B. Vftlcox. Ovmers: 
Jireh Swift Jr. and Frederick S. Allen 11/32, Oliver Crocker and 
George 0. Crocker 4/16, James Henry Howlond I/I6, Daniel B. Greene 
3/32, James M. Lavrton 3/32, Nathaniel Adams l/32, New Bedford; Edwin 
F. Adams I/I6, Boston; Israel Macomber I/I6, IJestport, Tvjo docks, 
three riHsts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at 
New Bedford Aug. 14, 1865. Vessel abandoned in ^irctic Ocean in 1871. 
(Cf. Vol. I & II] 

848 MATILDA SEARS , bark, of Dartmouth. Registered Apr. 9, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Dartmouth in 1856. 231.59 tons; length 104.3 ft., breadth 
25.4 ft., depth 14.8 ft. Master: William D. Gifford. Owners: 
William Potter 2d 5/32, Prince Sears 2/32, David H. Bartlett 2/32, 
Estate of William Anthony 2/32, William D. Gifford 2/32, Vifilliam S. Smith 
1/32, Abner Potter Jr. 2/32, Sdvrard F. Potter l/32, Peleg S. 'Wing 2/32, 
Charles Tucker 1/32, Dartmouth; J, Wing and W.R. Wing 1/52, ...lexander 

H. Scabury 2/32, j'jnasa Whitney 2/32, James D. Driggs 1/32, Joseph 
Clark 1/32, John R. Shurtleff 1/32, Alfred Kompton 1/32, Sullings & 
Kingman l/32, J.B. Hadlcy 1/32, New Bedford. Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Nev; Bedford May 
13, 1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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849 Bark, of Dartmouth. Ro-rGgistored July 51, 1869 - porraancnt. 
Ownors: I Ji Hi an Pot tor 2d 8/52, David E. Bartlett 2/32, Estate of 

Hi llian Anthony 2/32, William D. Gifford 2/32, VJillian S. Snith l/S2, 
Abner Potter Jr. 2/32, EdvJard F. Potter 1/32, Charles U. Potter l/32, 
Polog S. Uing 2/52, Charles Tucker l/32, Dartxjouth; J. w'ing and '.'.R. 
'Jing 1/52, Alezaiidcr H. Seabury 2/32, i^vnasa uhitnoy 2/32, Jaf-ics D. 
Driggs 1/32, Joseph Clark l/32, John R. Shurtleff l/32, ■"■Ifrcd Kbnpton 
1/52, Sullings & Kingi-aan 1/32, New Bedford, 

850 Bark, of Dartmouth. Re-registored July 17, 1877 - perrancnt, 
Iifestor: Charles Childs. Owners: Sdward F. Potter 2/52, .j'illiam 
Potter 2d 11/32, Estate of David H. Bartlett 2/32, Estate of VJilliai]i 
Anthony 2/52, "Jillian S. Smith l/52, Abner Potter Jr. l/32, Charles ■,;. 
Potter 1/32, Dartmouth; Polog S. V/ing 2/32, J. Uing and VJ.R. VJing 1/32, 
Alosander H. Seabury 2/32, Annsa 'Jhitnoy 2/32, James D. Driggs l/3 2. 
Estate of Joseph Clark l/52, John R. Shurtleff 1/32, ^afred Kbmpton 
1/52, Sullings & Kingman 1/52, Novj Bedford. 

851 MATTAPOISETT , bark, of ^'.'cstport. Rogisterod Nov. 10, 1866 - porx.iancnt. 
''Built et Rochester in 1856. 109,5 tons; length 78,5 ft,, breadth 22.4 

ft., depth 11 ft. Master: Alfred C. Davis. Ovmers: Henry Snith 
7/52, Henry Uilco:c 9/52, Zooth Howland 2/32, Isaac L. Brightnan 2/52, 
Abner Kirby l/32, i-.bnor Sisson 2/52, .Ucxandcr Hicks 2/52, iJcstport; 
Abner Potter Jr. 5/32, Dartmouth; Oliver H.P. Brown and VJilliam H. 
VJrightington 3/32, "Jilliaia M. Howard 1/32, New Bedford. One deck, 
three masts, square sturn, an eagle head. Previouslj/" registered at 
New Bedford Apr. 13, 1857. Vessel altered. J.B. Sr.iith, surveyor. 
{Cf. 7ol. I & II) 

852 Bn.rk, of v/estport. Re-registered Juno 19, 1871 - permanent. 
B/hstor: Orlando J. Tripp. Owners: Henry Sirdth 11/32, Estate of 
Henry Uilcoz 9/S2, Zoeth Howland 2/32, Isaac L. Brightman 2/32, Abner 
Kirby 1/32, Abner Sisson 2/52, iiloxcnder Hicks 2/32, Westport; ;^bncr 
Potter Jr. 3/32, Dartrxjuth. 

853 Bark, of 'icstport. Ro-registerod June 9, 1873 - perr.r-nent. 
Owners: Henry "i. Smith 2/32, Henry Srdth 9/32, Estate of Henry V/ilcos 
9/52, Zoeth Howland 2/32, Isaac L. Briglitnan 2/32, Abner Kirby l/52, 
Abner Sisson 2/52, l/illifjia P. Howland 1/52, iilez;jnder Hicks 2/32, 
Uestport; Abner Potter Jr. 2/52, Dartmouth. 

854 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rogistcred Sept. 25, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Ovmers: Abbott P. Snith l/l6, Henry '.I. Sroith 2/32, Nqw Bedford; 
Estate of Henry Smith 7/32, Estate of Henry Jilco:: 9/52, Abner Sisson 2/32, 
Zoeth Howland 2/32, Isaac L, Brightj-nan 2/52, ^bner larby 1/52, .Jilliam 

P, Howland 1/52, Alexander Hicks 2/32, 'jJostport; ii.bncr Potter Jr. 
2/52, Dartr£)uth. 

855 Bark, of Now Bedford, Re-registered Aug. 5, 1876 - per:.ianent. 
Master: Welcome J, Lawton Jr. Ovmors: Abbott P. Smith 15/64, Henry 
;j, SrtLth 4/64, Ruth L. Smith 8/64, New Bedford; Estate of Henry >Jilco2 
20/64, ZoGth Howlrnd 4/64, VJilliEu-.i P. Howland 2/54, Alexander Hicks 
4/64, Mrs. James Austin 2/64, Uestport; ;.bncr Potter Jr. 4/64, Dartm.outh. 



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856 Bark, of NoW Bedford. Re-registorcd I.fciy 27, 1878 - pGrLianont , 

tfestor: Honry Pease Jr. Oivnars: Abbott P. Sraith 16/64, Leandcr 
Briglitran 4/64, Henry W. Siiiith 4/64, Ruth L. Sr.iith 8/64, New Ecdford; 
Estate of Honry VJilcox 20/64, Williar; P. Holland 2/6^1, Alexander 
Hides 4/64, I*/trs, JsX-ios Austin 2/54, Uostport; Abnor Potter Jr. 4/64, 
Dartr.iouth. 

657 Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-rcgistercd Oct. 24, 1379 - perna- 

ncnt. Mastur: John D. Silva. Owners: Abbott P. Si-iitl. 8/32, Ruth 
L. Sr.iith 10/32, Loandcr Brightr-ian 2/32, Alexander Hicks 2/S2, Charles 
Tabcr 2/32, Hannah W, Snith l/32, Ifory B. SLiith l/52, Gilbert Allen 
1/32, John D. Silva 2/32, New Bedford; Abnor Potter Jr. 2/32, Dartnouth; 
Willian P. Howland l/32, ¥cstport. 

858 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-rogistorod Oct. 26, 1881 - porci- 
ne nt . Master: ^-.L. Sticknoy. Owners: Abbott P. Siiith 11/32, Ruth 
L. Saith 10/52, Loandor Brightnan 2/32, Sadie M. Sriith 2/52, Charles 
Tabcr 2/3 2, fery J. Stickney 2/32, New Bedford; Abnor Potter Jr. 2/32, 
Dartnouth; Williar.i P. Howland l/32, vJestport. 

859 Bark, of Sdgartown. Re-rosisterad July 20, 1386 - temporary. 
104.02 tons. Ifestor: John S. Reynolds. Oimers: Sariuel Osborn Jr., 
Sdgartown. 

860 MiTTHSJ VASSiiR JR ., schooner, of New York. Registered June 2, 1890 - 
tenporary. Place and date built not available. Forrjerly a U.S. 
Govern-T.iont vessel. 116.35 tons; length 91.5 ft,, breadth 27.5 ft., 
depth 7.9 ft. Jfastor: Jarios McLean. Oivncrs: Janes JicLoan 6/8, 
New York; Janes Stafford 2/8, Brooklyn, N.Y. One deck, two msts, 
square stern, a billctlxjad. Previously enrolled at Bangor, Me. May 
19, 1890. 

851 MATTHBTtl S. GREER , gas screw, of New Bedford. Registered i^pr. 23, 1921 - 
.porniinerA. Built at Essex in 1910. 70 tons; length 103 ft., breadth 
23.2 ft., depth 11.4 ft. Master: Jose J. Poreira. Owners: Jose 
. J. Poreira, New Bedford. One deck, two na.sts, elliptic storn, no 
figurolcad. Previously enrolled at Boston. Vosscl stranded at Naushon 
Jan. 7, 1929. 

862 M/iY McFARL/xND , schooner, of Nqw Bedford. Registered Aug. 29, 1893 - 
pornancnt. Built at Thoznston, Me. in 1873. 413 tons; length 140.2 ft., 
breadth 32.1 ft., depth 12.2 ft. Master: M.D, Sanders, a-mers: P.H. 
Nye 16/64, Jainos E. Moore 8/54, John Duff 8/64, M.D. Sajidors 4/64, 
Henry H. Cole 8/54, Annie E. White 1/64, New Bedford; Honry B. Gifford 
2/64, Fairhavcn; C.H. Cousins 8/64, Kaiuilton Flood 2/64, J. Gross 2/64, . 
J.H. Conant 4/54, Boston; Mary Sands 1/64, Ccxibridge. One deck, three 
nasts, square storn, a billethoad. Previously enrolled at Bath, Me. 
June 4, lS9o. 

863 IiELISSri. THz'^SK , schooner, of Now Bedford. Registered Nov. 29, 1919 - 
pornancnt. Built at Brewer, Me. in 18G0. 198 tons; length 113.2 ft,, 
breadth 29.2 ft., depth 9.7 ft. Master: John i-t, Oliveira. Owners: 
John A. Oliveira, New Bedford. One deck, tlxrce nasts, square stern, 

a billethoad. Previously enrolled at Boston Oct. 21, 1919, 



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064 Schooner, of Portland, Mg. Ro-rofii stored iMQ, 12, 1922 - 
toi-^orary. Master: U.K. .Jiderson. Owners: \7.K. Anderson, Portland, 
Mg. Vosscl lost in 1922. 

eSB** MECmY, bark, of Now Bedford. Registered I/iay 25, 1069 - pcr:iancnt. 
•Suilt at Rocliestor in 1822, 311.21 tons; lon^th 107.6 ft,., breadth 

27.4 ft., depth 10,1 ft. Master: Tristrai P. Ripley. Owicrs: Goorco 
R. Phillips and ITilliara Phillips 1/4, Ivory 11. Bartlott & Sons l/O, 
Ivory H. Bartlott Jr. l/O, Jonathan Bourno Jr. l/S, J„ & J,R. iJinc & Co, 
1/15, Calob L. Sllis l/l6, Thanas S. Hathaway l/l6 , Monassoh Eenpton 
1/16, Now Bedford; Tristran P. Ripley l/l6, Sdgartown; Joxies Shjorrian 
l/l6 , Sydney, Mo. Two decks, throe ..nsts, square stern, a billothead. 
Previously rccistcrod at New Bedford July 12, 1053. Vessel roadir-oasured. 
Lawrence Grinncll, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

065 Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-recisteiod Dec. 13, 1076 - pernanent. 
Ifestor: J. Frank Brooks, toners j George R. Phillips and VJillian 
Phillips 6/16, Jonathan Bourne 2/l6, Ivory H. Bartlett Jr. l/lG , Goorgo 
F. Bartlott 1/16 , Mb^nassoh Kcnpton l/l6, Caleb L, Ellis l/l5 , Thoras 

S. Hathaway l/l5 , J. & l«.R. 'tlinc & Co. l/lo, NcW Bedford; Stcplion 
Hicknott 2/16, BuffcJ.o, W.Y. 

GS7* ?.IERCY Ti^-YLOR . briG, of Tisbury. RoGistorcd Apr. 17, 1837 - to;:porary, 
'fcuilt' at Bridgeport, Conn, in 1047. 117.25 tons; loneth 04 ft., 
breadth 22.1 ft., dopth 9 ft. I.fc.stor: John C. Pease. Owners: Jarics 
M, Taber, Tisbury. One dock, t^vo nasts, square stern, a billothead. 
Previously enrolled at South Dennis July 15, 1055. Vessel altered. 
Janes V, Cor, surveyor. 

058 MERLIN , bark, of New Bedford. Reeistored June 2?, 1060 - pcrixment . 
Built at Rochester in 1855. 245,77 tons; length 105 ft., breadth 

26.5 ft., depth 15.3 ft. Master: David B. Allen. Owners: Williaii 
Watkins 8/32, Caleb iuithony Jr. 4/52, Edward C. Jones 2/32, Willian 
J. Rotch 2/32, -'jan H. Dunbar 2/52, GocrGO H. Dunbar 4/32, David S. 
Allen 3/32, New Bedford; VJilliaii Weeks 2/3 2, Dartnouth; Estate of Edward 

■ M. Robinson 4/52, New York; GoorGO D. Jatkins 1/32, Chicago, 111, 
Two decks, tlirco rests, elliptic stern, a jierlin's beak iicad. Pre- 
viously rcGistored at Scoi Fr-ncisco, Calif. Dec. 20, 1055. (Cf. Vol. II) 
869 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-recisterod July 1, 1072 - periaa- 

nent. Master: .i.lbert A. Thoiias. Owners: 'Jillian "Jatkins 17/52, 
GGorQC E. Dunbar 6/32, Caleb ^uithony 4/32, Edward C. Jones 2/32, 
"Jilli.aia J. Rotch 2/S2, New Bedford; George D. VJatkins l/32, ChicaGO, 
111. 

070 Bark, of New Bedford. RG-roGistered Nov. 24, 1075 - 
pcrn.-ment. Master: John R. SturGos. Owners: John F, Tucter 2/15, 
Charles H, Tucker & Co. 5/15, Edwoxd D. Mandell 3/l6 , ijaasa Vj'hitney 
4/15, Julia Howard l/l6 , New Bedford. 

071 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-roGistered Nov. 17, 1801 - porna- 
nent. blaster: GoorGC F. i'aion. Owners: John F. Tucker 2/lS, Jolm 
F. Tucker & Co. 2/l6, Edward D. Mandell 5/ 15, .u.r.sa Whitney 4/16, 
Julia Howard l/l6 , Now Bedford; GcorGG F. Allen l/l6 , Dartnouth. 
Vessel vifrocked in 1003. 



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372 IiERIvJ/'ilD , bark, of I'Tcstpcrt, Ragistcrod July 19, 1G7G - por:.i.uicint . 
I-uilt at ¥estport in 1G55. 273.52 tons; loncth 112,6 ft,, bi-cadtli 
2-1, 3 ft,, depth 15.4 ft. Mcstcri GeorGG E. ^.llcn. Owners: .^ndrow 
liiclB 9/32, John Ilicks 0/32, Willifi!.! J. Rotch 'i/32, Jonathan Bourne 
Jr. 4/52, Richard Curtis 4/32, Joseph G. Dean l/32, Jaixs D. Driggs 
1/32, Edward Cannon l/32. Now Bedford. Tvjo docks, threo ijasts, square 
stem, a billothcad. Previously rec;istorod at New Bedford Aug. 26, 
1G55. (Cf. Vol. II) 

373 Lark, of New Ledfoscd. Rc-roGistorod May 31, ICGO - pormncnt . 
Owners: Gcorjc E. Allen 1/32, Estate of Jolui Hicks 0/32, VJillia.i J. 
Rotch 4/32, Jonathan Bourne 4/32, Richard Curtis 4/32, Joseph G. Dean 
1/32, Janes D. DricGS l/32, Now Bedford; Andrew liicks 9/32, Little 
Coiipton, R.I. 

374 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rcgistored Sept. 3, 1003 - poriiinont. 
259.35 tens. I-fcstor: Janes 11. Sherr.ian. Owners: Elijah Gifford, 
Dartivcuth. 

375 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-roGistcrcd June 15, 1C91 - perrianent. 
Master: Theodore A. Lake. Owners: George F. Bartlctt 7/lG , Gilbert 
Allen 2/15, Jolin C. Shaw l/l5 , T.R. liadley l/lG , L. BrLjlatnan and F.R, 
BriG^taan l/l6 , NeW Bedford; Theodore A. Lake 2/lG , Daxtr.iouth; Edward 

H. Hanson 2/13, Son FraE.cisco, Calif. 

376 lE^TIE AND DEXJ.Ir' u.^, schooner, of Frovincetown. RoGistorod Oct. 5, 1904 - 
toiiporary. Built at Esse^c in IGGl, 74 tons; loncth 70. 5 ft., breadth 
22,3 ft., depth 7.9 ft. llastcrj Chrj?les Brown. Owners: Benja:.J.n 

Y. Brown and Ernest F. Brown, Frovincetown. One dock, two nasts, square 
stern, a billothead, Froviously enrolled at Chathaa Oct. 3, 1903. 
Tossel sold to Dutch in 1905. 

377 t,STEOR , schooner, of Gloucester. ReGistorod Oct. 26, 190G - tonporary. 
Built at Essex in 1G92. 96 tons; length 92.5 ft., breadth 24 ft., 
depth 10.2 ft. Master: Alcxojider Haines, Ovmcrs: Alexander Haines, 
Gloucester. One deck, two r.iasts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously cnrcllcd at Gloucester Kbr. 19, 1905. 

370 ffiDAS, bark, of New Bedford. Registored Juno 21, 10G9 - pcrir.neut . 
Built at New Bedford in 1810. 313,59 tons; length 97.5 ft., breadth 
2G,3 ft,, depth 10 ft. Master: Chcrles Har.dll, Owners: Willicri 0. 
Browne 11 lG/32, Joim A, Wood 2/32, Joseph Tabor 2/32, Alexander M, 
Brownell 2/32, WillLoi?. T, Sr.iith 2/32, Willian 0, BroTOell Jr. 2/32, 
E.B. & F, Ifccy 1/32, J,S. Bonncy & Son l/52, Snith & Allen l/32, 
^-oidrew B, Potter 1/32, Nqw iJodford, Two decks, three :nasts, squo.ro 
stern, a billotlx)ad. Previously re':istcred at Nqw Bedford Oct. 31, 
1025. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

379 Bark, of Ncw Bedford. Rc-rcGisterod Oct, 25, 1G75 - 

pcrnoncnt. Master: Joshua G. Laphaja. Oiunors: Joshua C. Hitch 4/32, 
Alexander K. Seabury 4/32, Taber, Rccid & Gardner 4/32, VJillia:.i J. Norton 
5/32, Joseph Vera 2/32, JohJi .a. ¥ood 2/32, Joseph Taber 2/52, E.B. & F. 
Macy 1/32, /jidrew B. Fetter 1/32, Sanucl VJatson l/32, NoW Bedford; 
Joshua G. Lophar.1 6/32, Dart.X'Uth; Ebonezor Leonr^d l/32, Acuslmet; 
Albert C. Allen l/32, Frovidunco, R.I. Vessel condejaied and sold abroad 
in 1079. 



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MILTON , shir. , of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 20, 1859 - pernanent. 
Built at Mlton in 1815. 373.03 tons; length 110.5 ft., breadth 28.6 
ft., depth 18,5 ft. Master: Thomas H. V/ilson. avners : William G, 
Tatar 2/32, Henry Taber 10/32, Joseph Brovmell 4/32, Estate of John 
Hunt 4/32, Loum Snow 2/32, William Gordon 2/32, Estate of Stephen 
Taber 2/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, Robert Taber l/32, Thomas Sullivan 
1/32, New Bedford; Charles Grant 2/32, Nantucket. Tivo decks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford 
Aug. 14, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registerod Oct. 7, 1873 - pormanont. 
Ifestor: William C. Fuller. Owners: Williaia G. Taber 2/32, Henry 
Tabor 12/32, Joseph Brovmell 4/32, ViTilliam Gordon 2/32, Edward Cannon 
2/32, Estate of John Hunt 4/52, Estate of Stephen Taber 2/32, ¥Jilliam 
Gordon Jr. 2/32, Robert Taber l/52, Thomas Sullivan l/32, Now Bedford. 

Ship, of Now Bedford. Ro-rcgi stored Oct. 25, 1876 - perma- 
nent. O^vnors: Williaj3i G. Tabor 3/32, Henry Tabor 12/32, Joseph 
Brownell 4/32, William Gordon 2/32, Edward Cannon 2/32, Estate of Jolin 
Hunt 4/32, Estate of Steplx)n Taber 2/32, William Gordon Jr. 2/32, 
Robert Taber 1/32, Now Bedford. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Ro-registorcd Oct. 4, 1880 - perma- 
nent. Master: Sylvanus B. Potter. Owners: William G. Taber 3/52, 
Henry Tabor 12/32, Charles Taber 4/32, William Gordon Jr. 4/32, Estate 
of Stephen Tabor 2/32, Robert Tabor 1/32, Estate of John Hunt 4/32, 
NeW Bedford; Sylvanus B. Potter 2/32, Acushnot. 

Ship, of Now Bedford. Rof-registarsd June 8, 1885 - permanent. 
354.38 tons. Ovmers: William G. Tabor 3/32, Henry Taber 12/32, Charles 
Taber 4/32, William Gordon Jr. 4/32, Estate of Stephen Taber 2/32, 
Robert Taber l/32, Edward D. Mcaidcll 2/32, Antonc L. Sylvia 2/32, New 
Bedford; Sylvanus B. Potter 2/32, Acushnot. Vessel sold foreign in 1889, 

MNERVA , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered July 6, 1868 - permanent. 
Built at Duxbury in 1833, 337.12 tons; length 109 ft., breadth 26.3 
ft., depth 18 ft. Jfester: Hczokiah Allen, avners: Joseph Know le s , 
Thomas Knowles, and John P. Khov/lcs 15/32, Willicii 0. Brownell 6/32, 
Wright Brownell 2/32, John A. Wood 2/52, John P. Knowles 2d 4/52, 
Now Bedford; Edv;ard Penniman 3/32, Eastham. Two docks, tlirce masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford 
Oct. 11, 1864. Vessel readmcasured. Lawrence Grinnell, surveyor. 
(Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Bark, of Boston. Re-registerod June 14, 1873 - temporary. 
Master; William LcFavor. Oivners: John H. Allen, Chelsea. Previously 
registered at San Francisco, Calif. Dec. 14, 1872. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rogistered Apr. 15, 1877 - permanent. 
Master: Joseph Thompson. Ovmers: John McCullough 5/32, Antonc L. 
Sylvia 8/32, Caleb L. Ellis 4/32, Joseph Thompson 2/32, George Chase 
2/32, Willi.an Maxfield l/32, Thomas W. Swift 1/32, James H. Slcrman 
and Edward T. Sherman l/32, Benjamin B, Church l/32, John l/btthcws 
2/32, Jaj:ics B. Hanblin 2/32, Stephen W. Hayes l/32, John A. Sowysr 
1/32, Now Bedford. Previously registered at Key West, F].a, Mar, 17, 1875. 



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888 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Feb. 9, 1881 - periiiancnt . 
Owners: John IfcCullough 17/64, /oitono L. Sylvia 17/64, Caleb L. Ellis 
8/64, Joseph Thompson 4/64, Williara Maxf ield 2/64, Thofioas Vf, Swift 2/64, 
John Matthews 4/64, Jaiaos B. Hamblin 4/64, Stephen W. Hayes 2/64, John ii.. 
Sawyer 2/64, Now Bedford; Benjarain B. Church 2/64, Gosnold. Vessel 
wrecked off Pemba Island, east coast of Africa; register surrendered at 
Zanzibar. 

889 MINERVA StCTTH , ship, of New Bedford. RegisliGrGd Juno 18, 1866 - porna- 
nont. Built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1809. 210.29 tons; length 91.5 
ft., breadth 2fi.4 ft., depth 18.6 ft. Master: Timothy Rowland. Owners; 
George F. Bartlott , Ivory H. Bartlott , and Ivory H. Bartlett Jr. 4/16, 
Zonas L. Adan:s 2/l5, William J. Rotch 2/l6, Humphrey Sherman l/l6 , Obed 
Sherman l/l6, Harvay Bartlott l/l6. New Bedford; Timothy Rowland l/l6 , 
V/illiam C.N. Swift 2/16, Dartmouth; Edwin VJilbur 2/16, Little Conpton, 
R.I. Two decks, throe masts, square stern, a billcthoad. Previously 
registered at Now Bedford Doc. 12, 1865. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

890 MNMHAHA, schooner, of Now Bedford. Registered July 29, 1S76 - perma- 
nent. Built at Essex, 'Conn, in 1869. 158.75 tons; length 102.8 ft,, 
breadth 28 ft., depth 8,5 ft. Master: R.G.N. Swift. Owners: R.G.N. 
Swift 1/2, Edward T.N. Swift 1/2, Acushnot. One dock, two nnsts, square 
storn, a billothead. Previously registered at New York Mar. 31, 1876. 

891 MNNESOTA , bark, of Now York. Registered Ifcy 29, 1856 - temporfiry. 
Built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1849. 242,96 tons; length 108.5 ft,, 
breadth 25.4 ft,, depth 13.7 ft. Master: Sidney F. Peirce. Owners; 
Mary R. Peirce, Now York. Tviio decks,- three masts, square storn, a 
billothead. Previously registered at New York Feb. 28, 1856. 

892 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 14, 1872 - pcriTianont. 
Master: Clothier Peirce Jr. Ownors: Ifory R, Peirce 7/8, New Bedford; 
Clothior Peirce Jr. 1/8, Dartmouth. 

893 Bark, of Now Bedford, Re-rogistcred Mar. 7, 1873 - permanent. 
Itistcr: Ezra Swift. Ovmers; ■Jilliam Peirce 7/8, New Bedford; Clothier 
Pcirco Jr. l/8, Dartmuth. 

894 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 10, 1876 - permanent. 
Master: David E. Allen. Ownors: William Lewis 2/32, George '.J, Butts 
8/32, David E. Allen 3/32, jUexander G. L^ick 2/32, B.G. Wilson l/32, 
Willicm N. Church 1/32, Jasper W. Braley 1/32, Now Bedford; William 

D. Wilmarth 4/32, J.R, Bronson 2/32, Caroline F, Lamb 2/32, Attleboro; 
F.G. Pate 2/32, Abiel Codding Jr. 2/52, Josiah D. Richards 2/32, 
North Attloboro. Previously registered at Boston Jmio 1, 1875. 

895* j'flNI'lIE ABBE , brig, of Now Bedford. Registered May 14, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Fairhaven in 1866. 343.95 tons; length 128.1 ft., breadth 
29.1 ft., depth 13.9 ft, IVEistor: Edv^in Fuller, avners: William G, 
Blackler 4/l6, Now Bedford; Zemira Kcndrick 11/16, Edwin Fuller l/l6 , 
Barnstable. One dock, two masts, square stern, a billothead. J.B. 
Smith, surveyor. 



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MODESTY , schoonor, of Derby, Conn. Rogistorcd Sept. 27, 1357 - tei.ipor;:iry. 
Built c.t Derby, Conn, in 1866. 130.06 tons; diriinsions not availo.blc, 
Ifostcr: Jabcz "Joavcr. Owners: Thonas Claphaxi, Derby, Conn. One deck, 
two rxists, square stcrn> a billottoad. Previously enrolled at Nevj Haven, 
Conn. Sept. 10, 1866. 

MONITOR , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 22, 1917 - pcrixinent. 
Built at Essex in 1886. 78 tons; length 88 ft., breadth 23.7 ft., depth 
9.5 ft. I/bster: Bazilio Goncs. Ov«iers: J.O. /-iiiar antes, Now Bedford. 
Ono deck, two uasts, elliptic stern, a billothcad. Previously enrolled 
at Gloucester Aug. 15, 1917. Vessel sold to Portuguese Ifcy 6, 1919. 

MORNING STiVR , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered Apr. 16, 1866 - pornanont . 
Built at Dartnouth in 1853. 238.09 tons; length 104.6 ft., breadth 
25.5 ft., depth 15,1 ft. Master: Charles E. Allen. Owners: Sylvanus 
Thonas 15/64, George Honor 8/64, Frederick Honor 8/64, /mdrow H. Potter 
8/64, Sineon Doane 4/64, Theodore D. '.Jilliai-.is 2/64, John i^. Maconber 
2/54, Janes Munroe 2/64, Cornelius Davenport 4/64, George S. Horcr 2/6'i , 
Philip Sinr.ions l/64. Now Bedford; Charles E. Allen 8/64, Groton, Conn. 
Two decks, three nasts, square stern, a billothoad. Previously regis- 
tered at New Bedford May 13, 1864, (Cf . Vol. II) 

BarJc, of Nev; Bedford. Registered June 30, 1868 - perr.ianent. 
Master: George H. Allen. Ovmers: Joshua C. Hitch and Charles Hitch 
4/32, Cornelius Davenport 2/32, Thonas S. He.thav.-ay 2/52, Alexander H. 
Seabury 2/32, Gideon Allen 2/o2, C-eorce K. Dunbar 2/32, Dean & Driggs 
2/32, Williaxi J. Norton 2/32, George H. Allen 2/52, Abrahaora Delano 2/32, 
Andrew H. Potter 2/32, Sii'iieon Doane 2/52, Richard Curtis 2/32, Joseph 
Taber 1/32, VJilliajn H. Crapo l/38, Uillian H. Caswell 1/52, Ne"..? Bedford; 
Frec'erick Grinnell l/32, Meadville, Pr , 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-registercd Nov. 11, 1873 - porr.ianent . 
Master: Janes S. Potter. Owners: Joshua C. Hitch 2/32, George H. 
Dunb;ar 2/32, ;aexonder H, Seabury 2/32, Sir^on Doaiie 2/32, Tho:x.s S. 
Hathaway 2/32, Willian J. Norton 2/32, Estate of ii.brahan Delano 2/32, 
Richard Curtis 2/32, Joseph Tabor l/32, WillianV/. Crapo l/32, Uillian 
H. Caswell l/32, New Bedford; V/illianCN. Swift 11/32, Dartr.»uth; 
Jaxies E. Potter 2/32, LaFox, 111. 

Bark, of Now Bedford, Rc-registored Oct. 14, 1878 - pornxinent. 
Master: George M. Seabury. Owners: Joshua C. Hitch 4/32, George H, 
Dunbar 2/32, Alexajidcr H. Seabury 2/32, Estate of Thorjas S. Hathaway 
2/32, 'Jillian J. Norton 2/32, Janes C. Stafford 2/32, Richard Curtis 
2/52, Joseph Taber l/32, Willian VJ. Crapo l/32, Uillian H. Caswell 
1/32, WilliaziC.N. Swift 11/32, New Bedford; Estate of Janes E. Potter 
2/32, LaFox, 111. 

Bo.rk, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 15, 1883 - per:.ia- 
nent. 226.19 tons. Master: Edward A. King, Owners: ViTillioia R, '.•Jing 
and Joseph 'Jing 7/32, Edward D. Mandell 4/32, .inasa Whitney 4/32, E.F. 
Nyo 4/32, George H, Dunbar 2/32, Alexander H. Seabury 2/32, Charles 
Tuber 2/32, John Wing l/32, WillianW. Crapo l/32, Gilbert F. Church 
1/32, John R. Shurtleff l/32, E.B. & F. Macy 1/32, New Bedford; Charles C. 
Church 1/32, Gosnold; H.ix. Shockley l/32, Fall River. 



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Bark, of New Bedford. He-registered Sept. 18, 1888 - permanent. 
Owners: Vifilliam R. Wing and Joseph Wing 8/32, Edward D. Mandell 6/32, 
Edward A. King 4/52, E.B. & F. Macy 1/32, John R. Shurtleff l/32, 
Albert E. Church l/32, George H. Dunbar 2/32, Estate of Alexander H. 
Seabury 2/S2, William W. Crapo 1/32, John Wing l/32, Robert Allan 2/32, 
New Bedford; Edward F. Potter l/32, Dartmouth; H.A. Shockley l/32, 
Westport; Charles C. Church 1/32, Gosnold. 

Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registerod Sopt. 29, 1891 - permanent. 
Master: Thomas I/bKenzie. Owners: VJilliam R. Wing and Joseph Wing 
10/32, Edward D. Mandell 6/32, Edward A. King 4/32, Estate of Alexander 
H. Seabury 2/32, Robert Allan 2/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, John R. Shurt- 
leff 1/32, Estate of Albert F. Church l/32, Williara W. Orapo 1/32, 
John Wing l/32, New Bedford; Charles C. Church 1/32, Gosnold; Edward F. 
Potter 2/32, Dartmouth, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 12, 1898 - permanent. 
Master: Edward A, King. Owners: William R, Wing and Joseph ¥Jing 
12/32, Edward D. Mandell 5/32, Edward A. King 4/32, Estate of Alexiinder H. 
Seabury 2/32, E.B, & F. Macy l/32, John R. Shurtleff 1/32, Estate of 
Albert F. Church l/32, William W. Crapo l/33, John Wing l/32, New 
Bedford; Charles C. Church 1/32, Gosnold; Sdward F. Potter 2/32, Dartmouth. 

Bark, of New Bedford, Re-rogistered Oct. 10, 1901 - perma- 
nent. Master: Edwin J. Rood. Oimers: VJ'illiam R. Wing 12/32, Sdvmrd 
D. Mandell 6/32,' Edward A. King 4/32, Estate of Alex^ander H. Seabury 
2/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, John R. Shurtleff 1/32, Estate of Albert F. 
Church 1/32, William W. Crapo l/32, John Wing l/32, New Bedford; Charles 
C. Church l/32, Gosnold; Edward F. Potter 2/32, Dartmouth. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registored Apr. 24, 1906 - pcrmanGmt. 
Master: Benjamin A. Higgins. Owners: William R. Wing 17/32, Edward 
i.. King 4/32, Estate of Alexander H. Seabury 2/52, John R. Shurtleff 
1/32, Estate of ^abert F. Church 1/52, VJilliam W. Crapo 2/32, Jolm 
Wing 1/32, New Bedford; Charles C. Church l/32, Gosnold; Edward F. 
Potter 2/32, Dartmouth; Francis R. Hart l/32, Mlton, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-registercd May 14, 1910 - permanent. 
Idaster: Valentino Rozc. Oi'Jners: 'uJillian R. Wing 18/32, Edward ^^. 
King 4/32, Estate of Alexander H. Seabury 2/32, Estate of Albert F. 
Church 1/32, V/illiam 'J. Crapo 2/32, j^mtonc L. Sylvia 2/52, Nei7 Bedford; 
Edv\rard F, Potter 2/S2, Dt?jrtmouth; Francis R. Hart 1/32, Milton. 

MOSES B. TOi't'ER . bark, of New Bedford. Registered Ijfciy 24, 1886 - perma- 
nent. Built at Boston in 1874. 605.22 tons; length 145.2 ft., breadth 
33 ft., depth 17,2 ft, fester: N, d'Azovodo. Ovmcrs: Robert Snoiv 
and Loum Snow 2/16, Estate of Loum Snow 2/l6, iuitone L. Sylvia 4/16, 
William Baylies 2/16, Alexander H. Seabury 4/16, George S. Homer 1/16 , 
N. d'^lzevedo l/l6 , New Bedford. Two decks, three masts, counter stern, 
a billethcad. Previously registered at Boston Feb. 19, 1886. 

Bark, of New Bedford, Ro-rogistered M:iy 5, 1891 - permanent, 
lyfastcr: J.^v, Bettcncourt. Ovmcrs: Loum Snow and Robert Snow 2/16, 
Estate of Loum Snow 2/l6, Antone L, Sylvia 4/15, Estate of Alexander 
H. Seabury 4/16, William Baylies 2/l5, George S. Homer l/l6 , NeW 
Bedford; Frank M. Sylvia 1/16, Fall River, 



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911 MOUNT VJOLLASTON , bark, of NeW Bedford. Registered Aug. 13, 1867 - 
permanent. Built at 3,uincy in 1825. 325.08 tons; length 111. 2 ft., 
breadth 26.8 ft., depth 17 ft. Master: Edward B. Coffin. Ovmers: 
Otis Seabury l/8, Charles R. Tucker & Co. l/8, Benjaadn Cushman 1/32, 
John R. Thornton l/l6, Humphrey W. Seabury l/8, Thomas S. Hathaway 
1/16, Alexander H. Seabui-y l/8, Horatio Hathaway l/l6, Edward W. 
Seabury l/8, New Bedford; Vfilliam Cash 1/32, Edward B. Coffin 1/16, 
Nantucket; Francis Hathaway 1/16, New York, Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford June 
29, 1857, (Of. Vol. I & II) 

912 Bark, of Now Bedford, Ro-registered July 8, 1872 - permanent. 
Master: West I/IitchGll. Owners: Jireh Swift Jr, and Frederick S, 
Allen 6/16, Francis Hathaway l/l6, Thomas S. Hathaway 1/16, Charles 

R, Tucker & Co, 2/16, Alexander H. Seabury 2/l6, Horatio Hathaway l/l6 , 
John R. Thornton l/l6, Joseph Clark l/l6, Nathaniel Adams l/l5 , Now 
Bedford. Vessel wrecked in Arctic Ocean, 

913 MYSTIC, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 1, 1910 - permanent. 
Built at Mystic, Conn, in 1908, 202 tons; length 123 ft,, breadth 
30,1 ft., depth 10,7 ft. Master: Antone T. Edwards, 0;vncrs: Joseph 
T. Edwards 4/16, Antone T. Edwards 4/16, fenuel F. Gomes 3/l6, John P. 
Prara 3/l6, Margaret F. Moore 2/16, New Bedford. Onu deck, three 
masts, square stern, a plain head. Previously enrolled at Nevj London, 
Conn. Nov. 18, 1908. 

914 Schooner, of New Bedford. Rc-registorod June 22, 1915 - 
permanent, Ifester: B(jnj.an]in Costa. Owners: Benjamin Costa 14/l6, 
l^Iargaret F, Moore 2/l6 , New Bedford, 

915^ Ni^OLEON , bark, of New Bedford, Registered May 28, 1868 - permanent, 
-^uilt at Rochester in 1838. 322,24 tons; length 103.7 ft,, breadth 
28,1 ft,, depth 17.9 ft. Master: VifilliamC. Fuller, Owners: Charles 
Tucker 2/l6, William Tucker l/lo , George W. Slocum l/l6, Elihu Howland 
1/16, William Allen l/l6, Dartmouth; William C, Fuller 2/l6 , Nantucket; 
Samuel B, Hamblin l/l6, Acushnet; Benjamin B. Church 1/32, Gosnold; 
Joseph A. Bcauvais l/32, New Bedford; Polog Slocum 2/16, Isaac D. Hall 
1/16 , Stephen G. Driscoll 2/16, Sylvanus Churchill l/l6 , New Bedford. 
Two decks, throe nnsts, square stern, a figurehead. Previously regis- 
tered at Now Bedford llhy 31, 1864. Vessel readmeasurcd. Lawrence 
Grinncll, surveyor. (Cf, Vol, II) 

915 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-re gi stored July 13, 1874 - perma- 
nent, lufestcr: Jarod Jerncgan. Owners: Jonathan Bourne Jr. 3/4, 
New Bedford; Jarcd Jornegan l/4, Edgartown. 

917 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered July 31, 1878 - perma- 
nent. 353.96 tons; length 105,7 ft,, breadth 25.4 ft,, depth 18.2 
ft. Master: Charles H, Turner. Oi/vners: Jonathan Bourne 13/16, 
Joseph F. Knowlcs l/l6 , New Bedford; Charles H. Turner 1/16 , Falmouth; 
Jared Jornegan l/l6, Edgarto^vn. 

918 Bark, of Edgartown. Rc-rcgisterod July 11, 1883 - temporary. 
Ifcstcr: Jarod Jerncgan. Owners: Jtircd Jerneg.^ja 37/64, Cornelius 
Ripley 4/64, Charlotte C. Jornegan 4/64, George W. Mudgctt 1/54, 
Samuel P. Smith 2/64, George A. Mudgett l/64, Edgartown; Alexander G. 
J/lyrick 4/64, George S. Homer 4/64, J.H.J. Doanc 4/64, W.H. Allen 
1/64, New Bedford; George W, Brown 2/64, Fairhaven. 



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NAUTILUS , bark, of Nevj Bedford. Resistered Aug. SA , 1874 - permanent. 
Built at Fairhaven in 1851. 277.17 tons; length 109.9 ft., breadth 
27,4 ft., depth 18,2 ft. Master: Theodore A. Lake. Owners: Gilbert 
iaion.2/32, Gideon i'aien 7/S2, Gideon Allen Jr. 2/32, Gideon .-aicn & 
Son 4/32, Jonathan Smith 1/32, Caleb Kempton 2/32, Ebon Perry 2/32, 
Frederick S. Allen 2/32, Oliver Crocker and Goorge 0. Crocker 8/32, 
Swift & i^vllon 2/32, New Bedford. Tivo docks, throe masts, stiuare stem, 
a billQthDad. Previously rogistercd at New Bedford June 12, 1865. (Cf. 
Yol. II) 

Bark, of Now Bedford, Ro-registcrcd l»Iay 2, 1881 - pcrmanont. 
T/Iastcr; Theodore S»Iforse, Owners: Gilbert idlon 2/32, Estate of 
Gideon Allon 7/32, Gideon Allen Jr. 2/32, Gideon Alien & Son 4/32, 
Estate of Jonathan Smith 1/3 2, Caleb Kempton 2/32, Ebon Perry 2/32, 
Frederick S. Allen 2/32, Gcorgo 0. Crocker 8/32, Swift & Allon 2/32, 
New Bedford. Vessel sold to Tho Ohilo V^halirig Go. of Valparaiso, 
Chile in 1881. 

NAVAECH, stoairor bark, of Now Bedford. Registered July 5, 1892 - perma- 
nent. Built at Bath, Mo. in 1892. 254.21 tons; length 142.8 ft., 
breadth 31.1 ft., depth 16.8 ft. Ifestor: William B. Sllis. Owners: 
WilliaB: Lewis, New Bedford. Two decks, three masts, round stern, a 
billothoad. Previously enrolled at Bath, Mg. June 13, 1892. Vessel 
abandoned in ;j?ctic Ocean Aug. 12, 1897. 

NIGER , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Ifey 28, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1844. 411.69 tons; length 116.6 ft.,. breadth 
29.2 ft., depth 19.2 ft. J,fastcr: Jacob L. Cleveland. Ovmors: 
WillicjQ Hathaway Jr. 12/16, Edward Cannon l/l6, J. &. W.R. Ving l/l6, 
Obod Nye l/l6 , Now Bedford; Jacob L. Cleveland l/l6, Tisbury. Two 
docks, throe masts, square stern, a billothoad. Previously registered 
at New Bedford yiay 20, 1861. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Ship, of Now Bedford. Ro-rogistered Nov. 9, 1870 - permanent. 
Lfcster; Charles Grant. Owners: William G. Tabor 1/16 , William Gordon 
Jr. 1/16, Henry Tabor 2/l6 , Vifilliam J. Rotcb 2/16, Henry T. Wood l/l6 , 
Alexander H. Soabury l/l5 , William Hathaway Jr. 2/l6 , Edward Cannon 
1/16, Obed Nye l/l6 , J. & W.R, Wing l/l6, Allan & Whitney l/32, Rodolphus 
Beetle 1/32, E.B. & F. Lfc.cy 1/32, William tfaxfield l/52, NeW Bedford; 
Charles Grant l/l6 , Nantucket. 

Ship, of Now Bedford. Re-rogistoro d Oct. 16, 1874 - pcrmanont. 
Master: Thomas .^. Hallott. Owners: William G. Tabor 3/32, William 
Gordon Jr. 3/52, Henry Tabor 5/32, William J. Rotch 4/32, Henry T. Wood 
2/32, Alexander H. Soabury 2/32, Edward Crjinon 2/32, J. & W.R. Wing 
2/32, r-llan & Whitney l/3 2, Rodolphus Beetle l/32, E.B. & F. Macy 
1/3 2, Willi(-m Llaxfiold 1/32, John R. Thornton 2/32, Horatio Hathavjay 
2/32, New Bedford. 

Ship, of New Bedford, Re-rogistcred Aug. 6, 1878 - permanent. 
Ov;ncrs: William G, Tabor 3/32, William Gordon Jr. 3/32, Henry Tabor 
6/32, William J. Rotch 4/32, Honry T. Wood 2/32, ..lexonder H. Soabury 
2/32, Estate of Edward Cannon 2/32, J, & W.R, Wing 2/32, Allan & 
Whitnoy 1/32, Rodolphus Beetle 1/52, E.B. & F. Macy 1/32, William 
Maxfield 1/32, John R. Thornton 2/32, Francis Hathaway 1/32, Hcratio 
Hathaway l/32, Now Bedford, 



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)26 Ship, of New Bedford, Ro-rcgistGrcd i^ug. 28, 1886 - pernanent, 

tfester; "laos ix. Chase, Owners J Williari G, Tcber 3/32, William Gordon 
Jr. 5/52, Henry Tciber 6/32, Willicja J. Rotch 4/32, Charles Taber 2/32, 
Alexander H, Scabury 2/3 2, Edward D. Mondoll 2/32, J. & v:.R. VJing 2/32, 
Robert .aian 1/32, Rodolphus Beetle 1/32, 2.B, & F. Utacy l/32, Uilliairi 
Maxfield 1/32, John R. Thornton 2/32, Francis Hathaway l/32, Horatio 
Hc.thaway l/32. Now Bedford, Vessel abandoned as unscaworthy in 1897, 

)27 NORIl/JJ , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered I\1ry 27, 1871 - purnrjicnt. 
Built at Rochester in 1845. 316,62 tons; length 103.5 ft,, breadth 
27.9 ft., depth 17,4 ft, Ifcstor: Jacob Taber. Owners: Charles S. 
Randall 5/15, Siiucon Doane l/l6, E,P, Haskull l/l6, Thciiias G, Bates 
1/16, New Bedford; w'illian C. Paine and Hannah P. Paine 5/15, Boston; 
'Ji Hi an C.N. Sv^ift 2/16, Dartnouth; Frederick Grinnoll l/l6 , Providence, 
R.I, Two decks, three cnsts square stern, a billothead. Previously 
registered at New Bedford Oct, 11, 1855, (Of, Vol, II) 

)28 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Oct, 6, 1875 - pernanent, 

Ifcster: Thorns G, Cnnpbull, Owners: Loun Snow Jr, 3/32, intone L. 
Sylvia 4/32, Estate of Loun Snow 3/32, George S. Horx;r l/3 2, i-.lezandor 
H, Seabury 2/32, Willian Baylies 2/32, Allan & Vlhitney 2/32, Sanucl H. 
Cook, Trustee 1/32, Robert Snow 1/52, Charles S. Randall 8/32, New 
Bedford; Tlaonas G» Caiapbell 3/32, West Tisbury; Isaac Sweotscr 2/32, 
Boston, 

929 Bark, of New Bedford* .Rc-registefod Apr* 29, 1831 - pernanont. 

Master; John \i» Fisher, Owners J Loun Snow Jr* 5/32, ^-ntone Li Sylvia 
4/52, Estate of Loun Snow 3/5 2, George Si Horxr 1/32, ...Icxandor K. 
Seabury 2/32, "Willicn Baylies 2/52, ^aian & Whitney 2/52, Sixnuel H, 
Cook, Trustee 1/32, Robert Snovj 1/32, Now Bedford; Thoiras G, Canpbcll 
3/32, West Tisbury; Isaac Swcetser 2/32, Boston; Henry H, ..Hon 8/32, 
San Francisco, Calif. Vessel broken up at Boston in 1881, 

330 NORTH STi^ , stcan bark, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 1, 1881 - perna- 
nent. Built at Bath, Me, in 1881, 489,1 tons; lun£th 138.5 ft., breadth 
51,4 ft,, depth 16,6 ft. Master: Janes S, C;:irter, Owners: Willian 
Lewis 15/52, Alexander H, Seabury 4/3 2, Willard Nye l/32, George 
S. Honor 2/32, Sanucl C. Hart l/32. New Bedford; Willian D. Wilr.iajth 
4/52, Attlcboyo; Janes Gannans Jr. 1/52, Boston; x^bby Avory l/52, 
Braintree; Ch^-Tles H, Dolar.iatcr 2/52, George H. Robinson 2/52, Josl 
G. 'Willard l/52, New York, Two decks, three rxists, round stem, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at Bath, Me, July 11, 1881, Vessel wrecked 
in 1B82« 

951 NORTHERN LIGHT , b^nrk, of New Bedford. Registeicd Oct. 14, 1867 - perixi- 
ncnt. Built at Rochester in 1851, 584.65 tons; length 125.4 ft.^ 
breadth 50.5 ft,^ depth 17,9 ft. Master: Michael B^kor 5d, Owners; 
Jonathan Bourne 12/16, Taber, Read & Co, 2/l6, Willian W, Crr^o l/l6 , 
New Bedford; Sanucl B. Hanblin 1/16, ;i.cushnet. Two decks, three nasts, 
round stern, an eagle head. Previously registered at New Bedford Nov. 
18, 1861. (Of. Vol. II) 



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932 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-rGgistorod Oct. 9, 1871 - porrmnont . 
Master; Gilbert L. Smith. Ownors: Jonathan Bourno 12/16, "Jillian 'J. 
Crapo 1/16, Now Bedford; S^jnuol B. Hanblin l/l5, Acushnct; Mchaol 
BrAcr 3d l/l6, Dartnouth; Gilbert L. Smth l/l6, Tisbury. 

933 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-registorcd Sopt. 21, 1880 - peruancrEb. 
Mastor: Rufus W. Gifford. Owiiers: Jonathan Bourno Is/lG, Uillian W, 
Orapo 1/16, Now Bedford; Sanucl B. Hanblin l/l6, Acushnct; Gilbert L. 
Sciith 1/16, Tisbury. 

934 NOURMVHaL, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 28, 1915 - pcrna- 
nent. Built at Egsox in 1094. 86 tons; length 99 ft., breadth 25 ft., 
depth 9.5 ft. Master: Alfred Neves. Owners: Alfred Neves, New Bedfordi 
One deck, two rr.sts, elliptic stern, a gani?ion head. Previously en- 
rolled at New Yorkxipr. 14, 1915. 

935 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Ro-rugistorod Oct. 3, 1917 - perm- 
nent. Master; Chrxlos Perry. Owners: John i^, Olive ir a. Vessel 

sold to Portuguese in 1922» 

936 O/JC , bark, of Nantucket, Registered June 10, 1867 - tonporary. Built 
at Oharlestown in 1849, 152,38 tons; length 95,3 ft,, breadth 24.2 
ft., depth 10.1 ft. Master: Joshua T. Chadwick, Owners: Freenan E, 
Adai::^ 11/32, Vfilliexi Gash l/32, Charles C. Cathcart 1/32, Elisha 
Parker 1/32, Franklin Nickerson l/52, Joseph N. Nickerson 2/32, Soi-iuel 
Woodward l/32, Nantucket; Zenas L. ;.daiis 4/32, Nathaniel Adaiiis 2/32, 
Alfred M. Chap:.ian l/32, New Bedford; Nathan Cclerian l/32, Zenas Crocker 
1/32, Leander W, Nickerson l/32, Owen Bearse l/32, Barnstable; Elijah 
Chadwick 1/32, Sandwich; VJilliari W. Russell 2/32, vfcst Canbridgc . One 
deck, throe rx-sts, squcj?e stern, a billethead. Previously registered 
at Boston Mar. IS, 1855, 

937 Bark, of Nantucket. Re-registered Nov. 15, 1SS9 - tonporary. 
Rhster; Williara B. Thoiipson. Owners: Freoaan S. Ad;:ins 11/32, Willian 
Cash 1/32, Charles C. Cathcart 1/32, Elisha Parker l/32, Franklin 

■ Nickerson l/32, Joseph N. Nickerson 2/52, Sai:iuel Woodwrxd 1/32, 
Nantucket; Zenas L. Adar.is 4/32, Nathaniel Adazis l/32, 17illian C. 
Howland 1/32, /afred M. Chaprian l/32, New Bedford; Nathcm Colenan l/52, 
Zenas Crocker l/32, Loaaider il, Nickerson 1/32, Owen Bearse l/32, 
Barnstable; Elijah Chadwick l/32. Sandwich; Willit-f.i IJ. Russell 2/52, 
West Caxib ridge, 

938 OCEAN, bark, of Now Bedford, Registered July 20, 1674 - perraanent . 
Built at Haddan, Conn, in 1822. 268,77 tons; length 102.4 ft,, breadth 
27.7 ft,, depth 16,9 ft. Master; Isaac D. Pease. Owners: George 

F. Bartlctt and Ivory H, Bartlott Jr. 3/l6 , John R. Thornton 2/l5, 
Charles Taber l/l6, Hui.ip]irey Shernoji l/l5 , Willi'ua Lewis l/l6, iUox- 
ander G. Iifyrick l/l5 , Srdth & Allen l/32, Williaa L. Edwards 1/32, 
Harvey Bartlott l/32. New Bedford; Isaac D. Pease 2/16, Edgartown; 
Bcnjanin B, Church 1/32, Gosnold; i.biol Codding Jr, 2/15, Arthur E, 
Codding 1/15, Attleboro, Two decks, three riasts, square stern, a 
billetl-jead. Previously registered at New Bedford Nov. 15, 1855. 
(Of. Vol. I & II) 



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939 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 13, 1878 - permanent. 
Master: John N. Holmes. Owners: George F. Bartlett and Ivory H. 
Bartlett Jr. 3/16, John R, Thornton 2/16, Charles Taber l/l6 , Humplrirey 
Sherman l/l6 , William Lewis l/l6, Alexander G. I'^rick l/l6 , Smith & 
Allen 1/32, Estate of William L. Edwards l/32, Harvey Bartlett 1/32, 

New Bedford; John N. Holmes 2/16, Mattapoisett ; Benjamin B. Church l/32, 
Gosnold; Abiel Codding Jr. 2/l6, Arthur E. Codding l/l6 , Attleboro, 

940 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 10, 1878 - permanent. 
Owners: George E. Bartlett and Ivory H. Bartlett Jr. 3/16, John R. 
Thornton 2/l6 , Charles Taber l/l6, Humphrey Sherman l/l6, George F. 
Bartlett 2/l6, William Lewis l/l6, Alexander G. JVJyrick l/l6 , Smith & 
Allen 1/32, Estate of William L. Edwards l/32, Harvey Bartlett l/32. 

New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church 1/32, Gosnold; Abiel Codding Jr. 2/l6 , 
Arthur E. Codding l/l6, Attleboro, 

941 Bark, of New Bedford. Rs-registerod May 19, 1879 - permanent. 
Master: Valentine Lewis. Owners: George F. Bartlett and Ivory H. 
Bartlett Jr. 3/l6, John R. Thornton 2/l6, Charles Taber l/l6 , Humphrey 
Sherman l/l6, Gideon N. Bartlett l/l6 , ;jLcxander G. Ii'Eyrick 1/16 , George 
F. Bartlett Jr. l/32, Smith & Alien l/32, Harvey Bartlett 1/32, New 
Bedford; Benjamin B. Church l/32, Gosnold; i^biel Codding Jr. 2/l6, 
Arthur E. Codding l/l6, Attleboro; Valentine Lowis 2/l6, West Tisbury. 

942 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rogi stored Dec. 10, 1883 - perma- 
nent. 274.32 tons. Master: Bonjaimn B. Worth. Ovjners: frjorgc F. 
Bartlett, New Bedford, 

943 OCE/iN R'vNGER , schooner, of Provincotown. Registered Oct. 28, 1890 - 
temporary. Built at Essex in 1858. 54.34 tons; length 67.4 ft., 
breadth 19,8 ft., depth 7.2 ft. Master: Abraham Azulay. Ovmors: 
Joseph Francis 5/6, Joseph Pinto 1/6, Provincetown. One deck, two masts, 
square stern, a billethcad.' Previously enrolled at Provincotown Oct. 

8, 1890. 

944 OCEAN TRAVET.T,TO , schooner, of Beverly. Registered July 23, 1874 - 
temporary. Built at Boston in 1863. 210,9 tons; length 111.6 ft., 
breadth 29.8 ft., depth 9 ft, Ivhster: Jeremiah .Ldams. Owners: John 
Peckett 10/32, Jaiues Wilson 2/32, George Kennedy 2/32, Austin S. 
Kelham 2/32. Samuel Endicott 2/32, S.A. Endicott 2/32, William Endicott 
2/32, Richard J. Preston l/32, Charles A. Kelham 2/32, C.H. Kelham 
2/32, Octavius Howe 2/32, Beverly; John W, Adams 3/32, Philadelphia, 
Pa. One deck, two imsts, square stern, a billethead. Previously on- 
rolled at Salem June 24, 1873, 

945* j j)HIO , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 6, 1866 - permanent. 

'Built at Rochester in 1833. 363.08 tons; length 110.9 ft., breadth 
28.4 ft., depth 18,5 ft. Master: Lewis H. Lawrence, Owners: Edward 
W. Howland 7/16, JaiJj3s B, Wood & Co. 2/16, Georgj Barney 2/16, ^ow 
Bedford; James A. Norton. l/l6 , Edgartovjn; Estate of Edward M. Ro"binson 
4/16, Now York. Two docks, three masts, square stern, a billcthcad. 
Previously registered at New Bedford Nov. 10, 1857. Vessel alters d. 
J.B. Smith, surveyor. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 



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955 OLIVER CRQMJBLL , sclioonGr, of Naw Bodford, Rogistcrod Nov. 2, 1090 - 
pornancnt. Built at Salisbury Point in 1854. 59.52 tons; length 
72.8 ft., brondth 21.2 ft., depth 7,5 ft. Master: Hendrick Vf. Morse. 
Owners: Hondrick W. Morse 3/4, Frederick L. Sowlc 1/4, New Bedford. 
One dock, txvo r.E.sts, square stern, a billothcad. Previously enrolled 
at Provincatovni Apr. 9, 1898. Vessel wrecked on Goree Island and sold 
liar. 9, 1899, 

957 OLytJPIC , hcxk, of New Bodford. Registered June 25, 1898 - permanent. 
Built at Bath, Mo. in 1092. 1353,82 tons; length 224.4 ft., breadth 
42.1 ft., depth 21.3 ft. I/fcster: C.S. Glidden. Owners: Willian H. 
Besse 9/128, Harriet C. Besso 11/128, Fred W. Bosse l/l28, Now Bedford; 
Calvin D. Kingaan 2/128, Harry F. Sparrow 2/128, S.B. Gibbs 7/120, 
D.M. Ashley 1/128, Mddlcboro; Joshua Baker and Fraaik Harrington 4/123, 
Edwin P. Boggs 3/120, Boston; I\!rs. L.H. Goodnoxv 3/128, Caabridgeport ; 
E.R. Brovna 2/120, Dover, N.H. ; Goorge L. Lillcy 2/128, Watcrbury, Conn,; 
N.B. Sinclair 4/120, Benjaroin Moore 4/120, New York; Jonathan May, W.C. 
May, and George May 2/128, Philadelphia, Pa.; James L. Spinney, W.H. 
Spinney, George B. Spinney, and Ifetthery T, Spinney 2/128, Arrowsic , 
Me,; Samuel Dean 2/128, Harry E, Stetson 2/128, Rosalia Stimpson l/l28, 
W.H, Pendexter 1/128, Galen C, Moses 2/128, Thonas W. Hyde 2/128, Sewall 
J. Watson 2/128, John S. Jackson and John S. Jackson Jr. 2/128, Augustus 
Palmer 2/128, JUnos B. Haggett 2/128, Charles H, McLennan 2/128, James 
C, Mulligan 2/128, New England Co, 39/128, Bath, I/fe , ; Henry Failing 
8/128, Portland, Ore, Two decks, four masts, elliptic stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at Seattle, Wash. Jan. 22, 1897, 

958* ONWARD , ship, of New Bedford, Registered Sept. 30, 1867 - permanent, 
guilt at Rochester in 1854. 339,24 tons; length 123.9 ft., breadth 
28.6 ft., depth 17.5 ft. Master: E.G. Pulver. Owners; Edward ¥. 
Howland 12/32, Now Bedford; Oliver and Goorge 0. Crocker 8/32, Joseph 
Taber 2/32, Jaiaes A. Norton 2/32, Tisbury; Frederick Tompkins l/32, 
Hamilton B. Tompkins 1/32, Newport, R.I.; Estate of Edward M. Robinson 
2/32, Charles H. Leonard 4/32, Now York. Two decks, three masts, 
square stern, a billothead. Previously registered at Nevi! Bedford 
June 1, 1863. (Of. Vol. II) 

959 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-rcgisterod- Juno 24, 1872 - permanent. 
Master: Henry S. Hayes. Owners t Matthew Howland 5/8, Richard S. 
Howland 2/8, M. Morris Howland l/8. New Bedford. T*o decks, three 
DHsts, square stern, a billothead. James V. Cox, surveyor. Vessel 
abandoned in the Arctic Ocean Sept. 5, 1876, 

960 ONWARD , schooner, of Nantucket, Registered Dec. 2, 1884 - temporary. 
Built at East Haven, Conn, in 1868, 68.06 tons; length 71.8 ft., 
breadth 23.1 ft., depth 6,6 ft. Master: John Gonsalves. Owners: 
John Gonsalves, New Bedford, and Joseph B. Macy 6/128, Estate of 
Joseph McCleave 14/128, William Cash 16/128, Thomas Sayer 8/128, 
Charles E. Allen 8/128, Sarah C. Raymond 4/128, William F. Codd 4/128, 
Ann G. MsClcave 4/128, William H. Skinner 4/128, H. Maria Alien 4/128, 
Charles C. Svjain 4/128, E.W. Perry 4/128, Andrew Whitney 2/128, 
Nantucket; Benjamin F, Gorham 2/128, Thoophilus B. Baker 44/128, Harwich, 
One deck, two Jinsts, elliptic stern, a billetbDad. Previously enrolled 
at Nantucket Apr, 8, 1884. 



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961 OFE.N SEA , schooner, of Belfast, Mo, Rogisterod Dec. 12, 1878 - tcmporriry. 
Built at Brewer, lie. in 1856, 174.6 tons; length 96.8 ft., breadth 

28,7 ft., depth 8.8 ft. Master; Evorott A. Wyman, Ovnors: Everett A, 
Wy.man, Islcsboro, Mo, One dock, two masts, square stern, a billetticad. 
Previously enrolled at Boston Nov. 17, 1877, 

962 ^ (ffilOLE , bark, of New Bedford, Registered June 25, 1866 - permanent. 

feuilt~at Fairhavcn in 1857, 280.39 tons; length 112.8 ft., breadth 28.5 
ft., depth 15.9 ft. Master: Henry S. Hayes. Owners: Edward C. Jones 
12/16, Oliver and George 0. Crocker 2/l6, Caleb Anthony l/l6, ViTilliam 
Watkins l/l6, New Bedford. Two decks, three jmsts, square stern, a 
figurehead. Previously registered at Ncv>f Bedford June 1, 1863. 
Vessel readxacasurod, J.B, Smith, surveyor. Vessel wrecked in 1871. 
(Cf, Vol, II) 

963 ORljiNDO , bark, of New Bedford, Registered Apr. 9, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Nowburyport in 1856, 189.65 tons; length 109,5 ft., breadth 
25.7 ft., depth 10,3 ft. Master: Jamos M. Clark. Owners: Joshua 

C. Hitch 2/32, Charles Hitch 4/32, Charles Hitch & Son 4/32, Andrew H. 
Potter 4/32, Richard Curtis 2/32, Dean & Driggs 2/32, William J. Norton 
2/32, Stephen G. Driscoll 2/32, Ebon Perry 2/32, Abraham Delano 2/32, 
Walter D. Swan l/32, William W. Grapo l/32, Sylvanus G, Nye l/32, 
Philip S. Learning l/32, Edward E, Hitch l/3 2, New Bedford; John A. 
Beckcrman 1/5 2, Sandwich, One dock, three masts, square stern, a billet- 
haad. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 10, 1866. 

964 Bark, of NeW Bedford. Ro-registcred June 27, 1870 - permanent. 
Master: Horace Montross. Owners: Joshua C. Hitch 2/32, Charles Hitch 
3/32, Edward E. Hitch 1/32, Charles Hitch & Son 2/32, /indrew H. Potter 
4/32, Ebon Perry 2/32, Stephen G. Driscoll 2/52, Abraham Delano 2/3 2, 
Dccan & Driggs 2/52, Richard Curtis 2/32, William J. Norton 3/32, Joseph 
Vera 2/32, Sylvanus G. Nye 1/32, Walter D. Swan 1/52, William W. Grapo 
1/32, Philip S. Loaming 1/32, New Bedford; John A. Bcckurran l/3 2, 
Sandwich. 

965 Bark, of Brookhavon, N.Y. Ro-registorcd Dec, 30, 1873 - 
temporary, J/hstor: Thomas W, Rowland, Owners: Thomas W, Rowland 
7/16, William F, Brewctor l/l5, Joseph J, Harris 4/l5, Daniel Edwards 
4/16, Brookhavon, N,Y, 

966 ORRA.Y TAFT , bark, of Ncw Bedford. Registered May 7, 1366 - permanent. 
Built at ProviduncG, R.I, in 1839. 134.5 tons; length 86.8 ft., breadth 
22.7 ft,, depth 10.2 ft. Ifcstcr: George J. Parker, Owners: Sylvanus 
Thomas 11/48, George and Frederick Hoixr 14/48, Andrew H, Potter 11/48, 
Ryder & Smith 3/48, New Bedford; Elisha Tucker 3/48, Middleboro; George 
J. Parker 6/48, Acushnct, One deck, three masts, square stern, a bil- 
lethcad. Previously rogistered at Ncw Bedford ^ipr. 9, 1864. (Cf. Vol. II ) 

967 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-rogistercd I\lay 17, 1869 - permanent. 
Master: lifortin V.B, Howland, Owners: ..ndraw H, Potter 14/48, George 
and Frederick Horxr 14/48, Ryder & Smith 3/48, Martin V.B. Howland 
6/48, William H, Reynard Jr. 3/48, Simeon Doane 5/48, William J. Norton 
3/48, Now Bodford. 



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968 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 1, 1872 - perJjoanent. 
Master: George J. Parker. Owners: Andrew H. Potter 14/48, George 

and Frederick Homer 14/48, Ryder & Smith 3/48, William H. Reynard Jr. 
3/48, Simeon Doane 11/48, VJilliam J. Norton 3/48, New Bedford. 

969 OSCEOLA, bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 29, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at RociiostGr in 1846. 158.52 tons; length 88.7 ft., breadth 24 ft,, 
depth 10.7 ft. Master: John M, Shaw. Owners: Joseph Wing and William : 
R, Wing 8/32,. iiTilliam J. Rotch 5/32, A»asa Whitney 2/32, Sullings & 
Kingman 2/32, Frederick P. Shaw 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Jacob E. 
Hadley 2/32, James Wheaton 1/32, Joseph Taber l/32, John M. Shaw 1/5 2, 
Stephen A. Tripp 1/32, Charles S, Randall l/32, New Bedford; Estate of 
Edward M. Robinson 4/32, NeW York, One deck, throe roasts, square stem, 

a billothead. Previously registered at Now Bedford Apr. 29, 1863. 
(Cf. Vol. II) 

970 Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-rcgistorod May 13, 1870 - permanent. 
Master: George W.J. Moulton. Owners: Joseph and William R, V'Jing 
8/32, William J, Rotch 5/32, Amsa VJhitncy 2/32, Sullings & Kingman 
2/32, Frederick P. Shaw 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Estate of Jacr; s 
Wheaton l/32, Joseph Tabor l/32,John M* Shaw 1/32, Stephen A. Tripp 1/32, 
Charles S. Randall 1/32, New Bedford; Estate of Zeno Kelle^ ?,/32, Wm 
Bedford; Estate of Edvjard M. Robinson 4/32, New York. 

971 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rcgistered July 30, 1870 - percnncnt . 
I/Iaster; Jonathan Chase. Owners: Joseph and William R. Wing 10/32, 
Vfilliam J. Rotch 5/32, Amsa Whitney 2/32, Sullings & Kingman 2/32, 
Frederick P. Shaw 2/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, Estate of James Wheaton 
1/32, Joseph Tabcr l/32, John Wing 1/32, Charles S. Randall l/32, 
William Gordon Jr. l/52, William G. Tabor l/32, William L. Edwards 1/32, 
Jonathan Chase 2/32, New Bedford, Vessel wrecked in 1873. 

972 OSCEOLA , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered Oct. 3, 1868 - perncjient . 
Built at Searsport, Me. in 1856. 140.25 tons; length 92.4 ft., breadth 
22.7 ft., depth 10,3 ft. Master: Mhrtin Malloy. Owners: Jacob B. 
Hadley 9/16, Lorenzo Poirco 6/16, Sylvanus Churchill 1/15 , Now Bedford, 
One dock, three masts, square stern, a billothead. Previously registered 
at New Bedford Sept. 4, 1865. (Cf. Vol, II) 

973 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rogistcred Nov. 25, 1870 - permanent, 
^faster: Michael J, Hogan, Owners: Jacob B. Hadley 8/16, Lorenzo 
Peirce 6/15, Sylvanus Churchill l/l6 , Now Bedford; Michael J. Hogan 
1/15, Kittery, Mo, 

974 OSI/IANLI . bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 28, 1366 - pertanent. 
Built at Medford in 1844. 292.29 tons; length 106 ft., breadth 25,2 
ft,, depth 15.1 ft. Master: MoSos R. Fish. Owners: Charles S. 
Randall 5/l6, William J, Rotch 2/15, Thorns Nyo Jr. 2/l5, Siioeon Doanc 
1/16, WilliaEi J. Norton l/l6 , John C. Hoadlcy l/l5 , New Bedford; 
William C. Paine 2/l6 , Boston; John A, Beckcrman l/l6 , Sandwich; Roland 
C. Anthony l/l6 , Now York. Two decks, tlirce msts, square stern, a 
billethoad. Previously registered at Boston Aug. 25, 1865. 



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975 B^'.rk, of New Bedford. Re-rcgistcrcd Oct. 6, 1868 - perracinGnt. 
Master: Jaincs M. Williejas. Oivncrs: Charles S. Randall 5/lS, ;j"illlam 
J. Rotch 2/16, Clara. Morgan Rotch l/l8 , Vlilliani J. Norton 1/15 , Siiiicon 
Doano l/l6 , Novv Bedford; John A. Beckorraan 3/l6, Sandwich; VJilliamC. 
Paine 2/16, Boston; John C. Hoadlcy 1/16, Lavvrencc. 

976 Bark, of NeVJ Bedford. Rc-rcgisterad July 15, 1871 - periatmont . 
Ovmcrs: Charles S. Randall, Now Bedford. 

977 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-registcicd Oct. 2, 1871 - pcrmar.ont , 
avners: Charles S. Randall '4/16, Vailiaia J. Rotch 2/l6 , Simeon Doono 
1/16, "Jilliara J. Norton l/l6 , John A. Beckorman 2/l6, Sijift & Porrj'-, 
Trustees 2/16, Clara Morgan Rotch 1/16, Ngvj Bedford; '.Tilliai;: C. Peine 
2/16, Boston; F. Gordon Dexter l/l5 , Boston. 

978 Bark, of NevJ Bedford. Rc-rcgistera d July 19, 1875 - poriaarDnt. 
tlaster: Abraham Osborn. Owners: Charles E. Gifford 3/16, Benjamin 

T. Cunnings l/l6, Nathaniel Adajas l/l6 , Chcxlc s S. Rondall 2/32, Ch£.rlcs 
Tabor l/l5 , Clara Morgan Rotch 1/16, Swift & Perry, Trustees 2/15, 
Simeon Doanc 1/15, Now Bedford; Charles T. Crock-..r 2/15, Fitchburg; 
Abrahcxi Osborn 2/15, Sdg;irtov;n. Vessel w-recked, 

979 OSPR/^Y , b-xk, of NoVj Bedford. Registered Oct. 28, 1857 - porix: kj nt . 
Built at Baltimore, Md. in 1847. 173.45 tons; length 101.7 ft., breadth 
24.5 ft., depth 10,4 ft. Master: Peter Gartlrjid. Ovraers: Jireh StJift 
Jr. and Frederick S. Alien 15/32, Pardon Tillinghast 1/8, James H. 

Howl and l/lG , George Horxr & Co. l/l5 , Peter Gn.rtlcjid l/l5 , Theodore D. 
"JillirjTis 1/16, Simx)On Docnc l/l5, Nexj Bedford; Edward Hovjlcjid l/l6 , 
Dartmouth; Israel Ijlacombcr l/32, "Jcstport. One dock, three masts, 
square stern, a billethcad. Previously registered at N^w Bedford May 1, 
1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 

980 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rcgisterod July 24, 1871 - permanent. 
Ifcster: Ifcrtin V.B. Millcj?d. Owners: Jiroh SvJift Jr. and Frederick 

S. Allen 15/32, Estate of Pardon Tillinghast 2/l5 , Jozies H. Howland 
1/15, George Homer & Co, l/lo, Peter Gartland l/l6 , Simeon Doano l/l5 , 
Nathaniel Adaras 1/16 , New Bedford; Edward Howlajid l/l6 , Dartmouth; 
Israel Macombcr l/32, Uestport, 

981 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-r u gis t ore d Nov. 9, 1874 - permanent. 
Master: Reuben '/, Crapo. 0T,7ners: Jiroh Swift Jr. and Fr-^derick S. 
Allen 18/32, Estate of Pardon Tillinglie.st 1/8, James H. Howland l/lo, 
George and Frederick Horjer l/l5, Nathaniel Adai:as l/l6 , New Bedford; 
Edward Howland l/lS , Dartmouth; Israel Ifccombcr l/32, '.Jcstport. 

Vessel abandoned as unfit for service and broken up. 

982 OXFORD , brig, cf Fairhaven. Registered Sept. 23, 1867 - pcrm.anent. 
Built at 'vJarren, H.I. in 1849. 91.15 tons; length 79,6 ft,, breadth 
24 ft,, depth 7,8 ft. Master: Nathan Briggs . Owners: Tucker Bciion 
Jr. and Lewis S. Judd 8/G4, George F. Tripp 8/54, Isaiah F. Terry 
8/64, Joseph Millet 4/64, Theodore D. '.Jillioxis 12/64, David I&rston 
4/54, Johns. Tabor 4/64, Joshua A. Delcno 2/64, Luther Cole 2/64, 
Daniul K. Hathaway 4/64, Joseph B. Taber 4/54, Fairhaven; ".Jilliam A. 
Beard 4/54, New Bedford. One deck, two :.r,sts, square st.a'n, a billet- 
hcad. Previously registerGd at New Bedford Doc. 5, 1855. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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983 Brig, of Fairhaven. Re-registered Oct. 14, 1867 - perm?Jient. 
Llaster: Amos C. Baker. Owners: Lewis S. Judd 3/32, George F. Tripp 
2/32, Isaiah F. Terry 2/32, Tucker Damon Jr. 2/32, John S. Taber 2/32, 
Joseph B. Taber 2/52, David Llarston 2/32, Joseph Mllet 2/52, Joshua A. 
Delano 1/52, Daniel K. Hathaway 2/52, Fairhaven; Theodore D. "Jilliaras 
10/32, William A. Beard 2/32, New Bedford. 

984 Brig, of Fairhaven. Re-registered July 18, 1868 - permanent. 
I/kster: Nathan Briggs. Owners: Tucker Damon Jr. and Lewis 3. Judd 
7/32, Isaiah F. Terry 2/32, George F. Tripp 2/52, John S. Taber 2/32, 
Joseph B. Taber 2/32, David Iferston 2/32, Joshua A. Delano 1/32, Daniel 
K. Hathaway 2/32, Fairhaven; Theodore D. 'Jilliams 8/32, New Bedford; 
V.'illiamA. Beard 2/32, New Bedford; Nathan Briggs 2/52, Mattapoisett, 
Vessel wrecked in 1859. 

985 PACIFIC , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 19, 1868 - permanent. 
Built at New York in 1807. 541.22 tons; length 109.9 ft,, breadth 28.4 
depth 18,2 ft. Master: Jcjnes B. Huxford. Owners: Ebenezer Perry 
4/16, Estate of Obod N. Swift 2/lS, Estate of Stephen N. Potter 2/16, 
Joshua W. Potter l/l6 , Sarah S. Randall 1/16, Mary J. Jennings l/l6, 
Now Bedford; Uilliam H. Aiken l/l6 , Uilliam C.N. Swift 4/16, Dartmouth. 
Tvjo decks, three raasts, square stem, a billethead. Previously rogis- 
tercd at Now Bedford June 12, 1865. (Of. Vol. I & II) 

986 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rcgistOTOd Oct. 3, 1870 - purmaacnt. 
blaster: George Tabor. Oivnsrs: Ebenezer Perry 5/16, Estate of Obcd N. 
SvJift 2/16, Joshua IJ. Potter l/l6 , llary J. Junnings 1/16 , Now Bedford; 
William H. Aiken 2/16, William C.N. Swift 5/16, Dartmouth. 

987 Bark, of Nevj Bedford. Rc-registcrod Sept. 30, 1875 - permanent. 
Master: Gilbert B. Borden. Owners: Ebonozer Perry 5/l6 , Estate of Obed 
N. Swift 2/16, Joshua W. Potter l/l6 , Gilbert B. Borden 1/16 , Now Bedford; 
William H. Mkon 2/l6, William C.N. Swift 5/l6 , Dartmouth. 

988 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-rcgisturod Dee. 12, 1875 - permanent. 
Ivlastcr: Chcrles R. Smithcrs. Ovmers: Sbcnozor Perry 5/l6 , "Jilliam 
C.N. S-.Jift 5/16, Estc.to of Obed N. Swift 2/l6, Joshua W. Potter l/l6 , 
Frederick Swift 1/15 , New Bedford; Willi rja H. Aiken 2/l6 , Dartmouth. 
Vessel vjrockod in 1882, 

989 PACIFIC , schooner, of Rockland, Me. Registered at Wareham Apr. 1, 1871 - 
temporary. Built at Essex in 1851, 57.4 tons; langth 65.5 ft., breadth 
19.1 ft., depth 5,8 ft. Ivfester: Hiram Y. Ginn. OvJners: Jonathan 
White 3/4, Rockland, Me.; lHoses Riggs l/8, Sampson & Riggs l/8, George- 
town, Me. One deck, tvro masts, square stern, a billethcad. Previously 
enrolled at Rockland, Me, Mar. 5, 1869. 

990 PALMA. . schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Doc. 50, 1875 - permanent. 
Built at East Haven, Conn, in 1860. 515.5 tons; length 122,55 ft., 
breadth 26.56 ft., depth 13 ft. Mastar: Joshixa Weeks. Owners: Joshua 
7/ecks 3/6, Dartmouth; Jroaes Doull 2/6, Zebina H. Chase l/6, New Bedford. 
One dcck^ three masts, elliptic stern, a billethcad. Previously en- 
rolled at Now Bedford Sept. 17, 1874. Vessel vureckcd in 167 6. 



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975 B>''.rk, of Noim Bedford. Ra-rogistcred Oct. 6, 1868 - permanent. 
Master: Jai^Ds M. Willicjos. CHmcrs: Charles S. Randall 5/15, Vj'illiam 
J. Rotch 2/16, Clara Ivforgan Rotch l/l8 , 'iJilliatn J. Norton 1/16 , Sinicon 
Doano l/l6 , Noxv Bedford; John A. Beckorman 3/l6, Sandwich; '.Jilliuii C. 
Paine 2/16, Boston; John C. Hoadlcy 1/16, Lawrence. 

976 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rcgistored July 15, 1871 - perLoanont. 
Ovjncrs: Charles S. Randall, Now Bedford. 

977 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registorc d Oct. 2, 1871 - pcrncx.ont . 
avncrs: Charles S. Randall 4/l6, V.'illiaii J. Rotch 2/16, Simeon Doanc 
1/16, JilliQEi J. Norton l/l6 , John A. Bcckoriiir.n 2/15, Siaft & Perry, 
Trustees 2/16, Clara Morgan Rotch 1/16, Ne'-J Bedford; "Jillia^a C. Poino 
2/16, Boston; F. Gordon Dexter l/l5 , Boston. 

978 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rcgistere d July 19, 1875 - pcrinarcnt. 
Ifestcr: Abraham Osborn. Owners: Charles E, Gifford 3/15, Benjamin 

T. Cuiirjangs l/l6, Nathaniel Adojas l/l6 , ChoTles S. Rcjidall 2/32, Charles 
Taber l/l6 , Clara Morgan Rotch l/l6. Swift & Porry, Trustees 2/16, 
Siricon Doano l/l6. Now Bedford; Charles T. Crocker 2/15, Fitchburg; 
Abrahaxa Osborn 2/l6 , Sdgaxtovjn. Vessel wrecked. 

979 OSPRAY , b:j?k, of Ne^J Bedford. Registered Oct. 28, 1867 - perixinint. 
Built :t Baltinore, Md. in 1847. 173.45 tons; length 101.7 ft., breadth 
24.5 ft., depth 10.4 ft. Master: Peter Gartland. Ovniers: Jireh SfJift 
Jr. and Frederick S. Allen 15/32, Pardon Tillinghast 1/8, Jaiaes H. 
Hovjland l/l5, George Horxr & Co. 1/16 , Peter Gartlcoid l/lo , Theodore D. 
"./illirjns 1/16 , Sipjeon Docne l/l5, Ne^.j Bedford; Edward Howlcjid l/l6 , 
Dartraouth; Israel Maconbor 1/32, Jcstport. One deck, three oasts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at N^w Bedford May 1, 
1365. (Cf. Vol. II) 

980 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 24, 1871 - pernanent. 
Ivlastcr: Ifcrtin V.B. Millard. Owners: Jireh SvJift Jr. and Frederick 

S. Allen 15/32, Estate of Pardon Tillinghast 2/15, Jaxies H. Howland 
1/15, George Honor & Co, l/l5, Peter Gartland l/l6 , Sirioon Doane l/l5 , 
Nathaniel Adaras l/l5 , New Bedford; Edward Howlajid l/l6 , Dartiaouth; 
Israel I'ib.c orab or l/32, Uostport, 

981 Bark, of Nov; Bedford. Re-register^ d Nov. 9, 1874 - pernanent. 
Ifcstcr: Reuben'.,'. Crapo. Oijners: Jireh Svjift Jr. and Frederick S. 
Allen 19/32, Estate of Pardon Tillinghast 1/8, Jaxaos H. Howland l/l5 , 
George and Frederick Horner l/lS, Nath.-nicl Adrns l/l5 , New Bedford; 
EdVJord Howlraid l/lS , Dartnouth; Israel 1,'Jccor.iber l/3 2, '.Testport. 

Vessel abandoned as unfit for service and broken up. 

982 OJffORD , brig, cf Fairhaven. Registered Sept. 23, 1867 - pernanent. 
Built at 'vJarren, R.I. in 1849. 91.15 tons; length 79.6 ft,, breadth 
24 ft., depth 7.8 ft, Ivhster: Nathan Briggs . Owners: Tucker Daxion 
Jr. and Lewis S. Judd 8/54, George F. Tripp 8/54, Isaiah F. Torry 
8/64, Joseph Llillet 4/64, Theodore D. 'jilliaxis 12/ S4, David lUrston 
4/54, Johns. Tabor 4/64, Joshua A. Delcno 2/64, Luther Cole 2/64, 
Daniel K. Hathaway 4/64, Joseph B. Taber 4/64, Fairhaven; ".Jillian A. 
Beard 4/54, Nevj Bedford. One deck, two iiasts, square st^rn, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at New Bedford Doc. 5, 1855. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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983 Brig, of Fairhaven. Re-registered Oct. 14, 1867 - permanent. 
t!!aster: Amos C. Baker. Owners: Lewis S. Judd 3/32, George F. Tripp 
2/32, Isaiah F. Terry 2/32, Tucker Damon Jr. 2/32, John S. Taber 2/3 2, 
Joseph B. Taber 2/52, David Marston 2/32, Joseph ffillet 2/S2, Joshua A. 
Delano 1/32, Daniel K. Hathaway 2/32, Fairha-uen; Theodore D. 'liilliams 
10/32, William A. Beard 2/32, New Bedford. 

984 Brig, of Fairhaven. Re-registered July 18, 1868 - permanent. 
IVkster: Nathan Briggs. Ovmers: Tucker Damon Jr. and Lewis 3. Judd 
7/32, Isaiah F. Terry 2/32, George F. Tripp 2/32, John S. Taber 2/32, 
Joseph B. Taber 2/3 2, David Jferston 2/32, Joshua A. Delano l/32, Daniel 
K. Hathaway 2/32, Fairhaven; Theodore D. VJilliams 8/32, New Bedford; 
William A. Beard 2/32, New Bedford; Nathan Briggs 2/32, D/Iattapoisett. 
Vessel wrecked in 1869. 

985 PACIFIC , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 19, 1868 - permanent. 
Built at New York in 1807. 541.22 tons; length 109.9 ft., breadth 28.4 
depth 18.2 ft. Master: James B. Huxford. Givners: Ebenezer Perry 
4/16, Estate of Obod N. Svjift 2/l5, Estate of Stephen N. Potter 2/16, 
Joshua W. Potter l/l6 , Sarah S. Randall 1/16, Mary J. Jennings l/l6, 
Now Bedford; William H. Aiken l/l5 , William C.N. SvJift 4/16, Dartmouth. 
Tvjo decks, three roasts, square stem, a billethcad. Previously regis- 
tered at Now Bedford June 12, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

986 Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-rcgistorcd Oct. 3, 1870 - purmancnt. 
tfestcr: George Taber. 0i>vnors: Ebcnazar Perry 5/16, Estate of Obod N. 
Si'Jift 2/l6, Joshua W. Potter l/l6 , Abry J. Jennings l/l6 , New Bedford; 
William H. Aiken 2/16, William C.N. Swift 5/16, Dartmouth. 

Bark, of Nevj Bedford. Rc-registorcd Sept. 30, 1873 - permanent. 
Ifestor: Gilbert B. Borden. Owners: Ebonozer Perry 5/l6 , Estate of Qbod 
N. Swift 2/16, Joshua W. Potter l/l6 , Gilbert B. Borden l/l6 , Now Bedford; 
William H. idkon 2/l6, William C.N. Swift 5/l6 , Dartmouth. 

Bark, of New Bcdfoi-d. Ro-rogisturod Doc. 12, 1875 - permanent. 
Ivlastcr: Ch<:.rles R. Smithcrs. Ovmers: Ebcnczor Perry 5/l6 , William 
C.N. Swift 5/16, Estc.to of Qbed N. Swift 2/lo, Joshua W. Potter l/l6 , 
Frederick Swift 1/16 , Now Bedford; Willi rjn H. Aiken 2/l5 , Dartmouth. 
Vessel vorockcd in 1882. 

PACIFIC , schooner, of Rockland, Me. Registered at Wareham Apr. 1, 1871 - 
temporary. Built at Essex in 1851, 57.4 tons; length 63.5 ft., breadth 
19.1 ft., depth 6,8 ft. Lfester: Hiram Y. Ginn. Oi/Jners: Jonathan 
White 3/4, Rockland, Mo.; Ifoses Riggs 1/8, Sampson & Riggs l/8, George- 
tov;n, Me, One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethoad. Previously 
enrolled at Rockland, Mo. Mar. 5, 1869. 

990 PALMA. , schooner, of Nov; Bedford. Registered Doc. 30, 1875 - permanent. 
Built at East Haven, Conn, in 1860. 315.5 tons; length 122,65 ft., 
breadth 25.56 ft,, depth 13 ft. Mastor: Joshua Weeks. Owners: Joshua 
■;Jeeks 3/5, Dartmouth; Jfoaes Doull 2/6, Zebina H. Chase l/6, New Bedford. 
One dcck^ three masts, elliptic stern, a billethoad. Previously en- 
rolled at Now Bedford Sept. 17, 1874. Vessel vcockcd in 1876. 



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991 PALMETTO , berk, of Ncvj Bedford. Rcgistcrod Juno 8, 1868 - pcirmrjicnt . 
Built at lybdford in 1846. 215.42 tons; length 100 ft,, breadth. 24.8 
ft., depth 12.1 ft. Mast_r: Jaiacs B. Robinson. Ovjnors: Edward D. 
Mandell and Charles R. Tucker 7/16, Amasa /Jhitney l/l6 , './illiam 2. 
Watson 1/16, ".Jilliaia L. jidwards 1/32, Rodolphus Beetle l/32, Charles 
R. Tucker Jr. l/52, Robert S. Tucker 1/32, John F. Tucker l/l6 , New 
Bedford; Barling & Davis 1/4, New York. One deck, three xaasts, square 
stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Nov; York Ifcr. 27, 1868, 

992 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 22, 1875 - permanent. 
Master: Edmund H. Bolles. Owners: John F. Tucker 5/32, Charles R. 
Tucker & Co. 14/32, xlrmsa '.Jhitney 2/32, Vfilliara L. Edwcjrds 1/32, 
Rodolphus Beetle 1/3 2, Charles R. Tucker Jr. 1/32, Williaa S. Vlatson 
2/32, New Bedford; Barling & Davis 8/32, New York, 

993 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 2, 1880 - permanent. 
Master: Frederick F. Tripp. Owners: John F. Tucker 3/32, John F. 
Tucker & Co. 7/32, Edward D. Ifcndcll 6/32, Alice T. Jfcjidell 2/32, 
Charles R. Tucker Jr. 5/32, Edward T. Tucker 2/32, George F. Tucker 
2/32, Amasa 'Jhitney 4/32, Rodolphus Beetle 1/32, Frederick F. Tripp 
2/32, New Bedford. 

994 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 25, 1885 - permanent. 
204.65 tons. Master: Jaines W. Bridington. Owners: Thomas Luce l/2, 
New Bedford; James U. Bridington 1/2, Nevj London, Conn. 

995 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 30, 1886 - permanent. 
Master:. Andrew R. Heyer. Ov'Jners: ThoiiHs Luce 3/4, Henry Clay l/4. 

New Bedford. Vessel abandoned as unseaworthy in 1895. 

996 PAVILION , schooner, of Fall River. Registered Apr. 1, 1857 - temporary. 
Built at Saybrook, Conn, in 1848. 42.25 tons; length 62.4 ft., breadth 

19.7 ft,, depth 5,9 ft. Master: Francis ¥. Bennett, Owners: Francis 
W, Bennett 3/8, Peleg Brightman 2/8, Benjamin ^ilber 2/8, Charles 
Kirby l/8. Fall Hivor. One deck, txvo masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at South Dennis Apr. 3, 1865, 

997 PEARL NELSON , schooner, of New Bedford, Registered lilay 1, 1893 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1881. 117 tons; leng-th 85.6 ft., breadth 

23.8 ft., depth 9 ft, J.fe.stcr: Joseph Thompson. Owners; Thomas 
Luce 3/4, 'Jilliara D. Howland l/4, New Bedford. ' One deck, two masts, 
square stern, a billothoad. Previously enrolled at Provincetown Mar. 
14, 1892. 

998 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 17, 1896 - 
permamnt. fester: Antone Mmdley. Owners: Charles T. Luce I/8, 
Thomas Luce 5/8, u'illiam D. Howland 2/8, New Bedford. 

999 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Jlji. 15, 1900 - 
permariont. Qwners : Charles T. Luce l/S, Thoinas Luce 7/8, New Bedford, 

1000 PEDRO YraZL, , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 4, 1876 - 

permanent. Built at Somerset in 1853, Formerly U,S. Revenue Cutter 
CixMPBELL . 89,68 tons; length 83.6 ft,, breadth 23 ft., depth 8,7 ft. 
Master: Anthony P, Benton, Oimers : Gilbert Allen and Gideon i^llon 
7/16, Manuel Joseph I/I6, Anthony P. Benton I/I6 , Antone Thomas 7/l6, 
New Bedford, One deck, two masts, square ste^rn, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Nevj Bedford fey 9, 1876. 



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1001 Schoonor, of Now Bedford. Rc-registorod Oct. 21, 1878 - 
pGrmanont. Master: Daniel L. Rickotson. Ovmcrs: Gilbert and Gideon 
Allen, Now Bedford. 

1002 Schooner, of Nevj Bedford. Re-rogistered -^pr. 4, 1881 - 
permanent. Ovmers: Gilbert Allen 1/2, New Bedford; Henry H. Allen 
1/2, San Francisco, Calif, 

1003 Scliooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered I4iy 29, 1887 - 
permanent. 85.2 tons. I/Iaster: Jacintlio S. Leal. Ovvnors: ii-ntonc L. 
Sylvia 1/8, New Bedford; John Medina 7/8, Boston. 

1004 Schooner, of NoW Bedford. Ro-registorcd Aug. 3, 1891 - 
peraianent . Ifester: A.J. doSenna. Ovjiets: Jar.ES E. Stanton 7/32, 
Antone L. Sylvia 7/32, Francis Hathaway 4/32, Gillian D. Howland 4/32, 
I'Jillian Baylies 4/32, Robert Allan 2/32, Now Bedford; John tbdina 4/32, 
Boston. 

1005 Schooner, of mv} Bedford. Ro-rcgistercd May 19, 1903 - 
periaanonb. Master: John P. Praro. Oivners: jlntonc L. Sylvia 3/8, 
John P. Praro 3/8, ITilliani N. Church 1/8, Willian Baylies 1/8, 

New Bedford. 
1006' Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-registered May 4, 1907 - perna- 

nont. Efester: Henry Lfendley. Owners: ^Jitone L. Sylvia 3/8, John 
F. Praro 3/8, ITillian Baylies l/8, John Duff 1/15 , Frederick S. Fuller 
1/15, New Bedford. 

1007 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-rogistcrod kpv, 25, 1910 - 
pernancnt . Master: Antonio C. Carvollo. Owners: Antone L. Sylvia 
6/16, John P. Praro 6/16, Joseph T. Edwards 2/l5 , John Duff l/l6 , 
Frederick S. Fuller l/l6, New Bedford. 

1008 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-rcgister©d Apr. 7, 1913 - 
pernnnent, Ifester: Thorms McKenzie. Qi^Jmrs: Thoinas I&Kenzio 8/16, 
A. Frank Clark 2/l6 , Briggs & Beckr.r.n l/l6, ijidrow A. Cory l/l6 , New 
Bedford; Young & Kii.iball 4/16, Boston. 

1009 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Llay 2 , 1917 - perma- 
. nent. Mr.ster: I/fcnuel F. Santos. Owners: Frank L. Young & Co. 

4/15, Boston; Briggs & Beckaan 1/15 , a. Frank Clark 2/15, iJidrow A. 
Cory 1/16, Ivfemuel F. Santos 4/l6 , Ernest 7, Richards 4/16, New Bedford, 

1010 Schooner, of New Bedford. Rc-r o gist ere d Sept. 5, 1917 - 
periiKnent . Jfcstcr: Thoophilus M. Frates. Ovmers: Antone L. Sylvia 
5/16, Briggs & Beckaan l/l5 , A. Frank Clark 2/l6 , ijadrew A. Cory l/l5 , 
Thoophilus M. Frates 3/l6 , New Bedford; FrcJik L. Young & Go. i/l"^', 
Boston. 

1011 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registcrcd July 1, 1918 - 
pcrLX.no nt . Ifcster: Frank Lopes. Owners: Solonon Shuster, Mew 
Bedford. Vessel and crow unreported aftor sailing from Nv-w Bedford 
on a VJhaling voyaga July 3, 1918. 

1012 PERU , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 12, 1875 - peracax; nt . 
Built at Hanover, in 1818, 220.54 tons; length 89.4 ft., brcadth 
25 ft., depth 15.6 ft. Master: Jasper M. Ears. 0i.vners: John 
Ii'fcCullough 11/32, iuatone L. Sylvia 8/32, Caleb L. Ellis 3/32, Stephen 
'.'J. Hayes 2/32, JohJti A. Sawyer 2/32, Patrick McCullough 2/32, Jillian 
L. Dunham 2/32, Jaspcr M. Ears 2/32, Now Bedford. Two decks, three 

' masts, square stern, a scroll head. Previously enrolled at Ne^v London, 
Conn. Nov. 21, 1874. {Cf. Vol. II) 



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1013 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov^ 11, 1878 - permanent, 

Iifester: Anthony P, Benton. Owners: John J/fcCullough 11/3 2, Antone L. 
Sylvia 8/3S, Caleb L, Ellis 3/32, Steplrien W. Haj'-es 2/32, John A. Sawyer 
2/32, Estate of Patrick ]\'icCullough 2/32, Vn'illiam L. Dunham 2/32, Anthony 
P, Benton 2/32, New Bedford. Vessel broken \ip in 1882i, 

1C14 PETREL , bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 23, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1853. 256.97 tons; length 107»1 ft., breadth 
27 ft., depth 15.5 ft. Master: James P.- Cleavoland . Owners: Joseph 
Khowles, Thomas Khowles, and John P. Khowles 3/4, Thomas Khowles l/S, 
John P. Khowles l/B, Nqw Bedford. Two decks, three masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously reglstored at Now Bedford July 7, 1865. 
(Of. Vol. II) 

1015 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registei^d July 9, 1877 - permanent. 
Master: Albert C. Brown. Owners: Thomas H. Khowles 5/32, Thomas 

KiKRvles 9/32, John P. Khowles 9/32, Estate of Joseph Khowles 4/32, 
John r. Znowlos Jr. 5/32, New Bedford. 

1016 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-ragis tored Oct. 18, 1880 - perma- 
nent. Master: James N, Claghorn. Ovmcrs: Thonns H. Khowles 5/32, 
John P. Khowles 12/32, Estate of Thonas Khowles 3/3 2, John P. Knowlo s 
Jr. 5/32, Rufus Randall 5/32, New Bedford; James N, Olaghorn 2/32, 
Edgar town. 

1017 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rogistorod July 21, 1885 - permanent. 
244c,12 tons. Ma.stcr: Edwin J. Reed. Ovmcrs: Philip H. Reed 12/32, 
John p. Khowlos Jr. 6/32, Thomas H. Khowles 6/32, Rufus Randall 2/32, 
Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, Edwin J. Rood 4/32, New Bedford. 

1018 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rcgistered May 14, 1891 - perma- 
nent. Master: Philip H. Reed. Owners: Philip H. Reed 10/32, Thomas 
H. Knowlos 6/32, John P. Khowles Jr. 6/32, Antone L. Sylvia 2/32, 

Rufus Randall 2/32, Frank R. Hadloy 2/32, Edwin J* Rccd 4/32, New Bedford, 

1019 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rogisterod Nov. 3, 1895 - permanent. 
I/l8.stor: Ifenucl Jose do Andrado. Owners: Julio Cczar Toixcira, Nevj 
Bedford. Vessel condemned and borkon up at Brava, Cape Verde laleinds, 
in 1897. 

1020* PETREL , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov, 4, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at Newbury in 1840. 61.09 tons; length 61.6 ft,, breadth 18.4 
ft., depth 8 .,3 ft. M-,st;jr: Loring Braley. Oi/mers: Albert D. Thatcher 
and Charles Thatcher, N^nv Bedford. One deck, two nnsts, square stum, 
a billethcc-d. Previously registered at New Bedford Oct. 18, 1865. 
Vessel altered. Lav.'rence Grinnell, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 

1021 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registcred June 1, 1870 - 
permanent. Master: John 'ti. Sherman. Owners: Josiah W, Bonncy l/4, 
Josiah S. Bonney l/4, Charles Thatcher l/2 , Now Bedford. 

1022 Schooner, of New Bedford. Ro-rogistcred M^jy 3, 1871 - perjin- 
nent. Ifcster: Philip H. Rood. Owners: Philip 11. Reed, Dartmouth. 

1023 Schoonijr, of Ncw Bedford. Ro-registured Oct. 21, 1872 - 
pcriuanent . Master: Lemuel D. AdatB . Owners; Philip H. Reed 5/16, 
Sylvanus Churchill 4/l6 , John T. Richardson 5/l6 , Otis F» HfJnblin 
2/16, New Bedford. 



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1024 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 9, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Master: Michael A. Baker, Owners: Philip H. Reed 5/l6, Michael 
A, Baker 2/l6 , DartnK)uth; Syivanus Churchill 4/16, John T. Richardson 
5/16, New Bedford. 

1025 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re- registered Apr. 3, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Master: Philip H. Reed. Owners: Philip H. Reed 5/l6 , Mary L. 
Reed 2/l6, Dartmouth; Syivanus Churchill 4/l6 , John T» Richardson 5/l6, 
New Bedford. 

1025 Schooner, of NeW Bedford, Re-registered Nov. 16, 1876 - perma- 

nent. Master: James Avery. Owners: Philip H, Reed 2/16, Dartmouth; 
Syivanus Churchill 2/15, John T. Richardson 5/l5, New Bedford; James 
Avery 7/l5 , Chicago, 111. 

1027 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 7, 1877 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Henry Clay, G-uardian 2/l6 , Syivanus Churchill 7/l5, 

New Bedford; Jaiffi s Avery 7/l6 , Chicago, 111. 

1028 Schooner, of New Bedford, Re-registered Nov. 4, 1878 - perma- 
nent. Master: Francis A. Flanders. Owners: Robert G. Churchill 

and Syivanus Churchill l/'i, New Bedford; C.A. Burgess 1/4, Boston; 

Abby C, Fisher 1/2, Fernandina, Fla, Previously enrolled at Fernandina, 

Fla. Apr. 19, 1878. 

1029 PILGRIM , schooner, of NeW Bedford, Registered June 2, 1902 - permanent. 
Built at Essex in 1884. 59 tons; length 74.2 ft., breadth 21.9 ft,, 
depth 7.95 ft. Master: Joseph Gasper de Conceicao. Owners: Joseph 
Gasper do Conceicao, New Bedford. Ono dock, two masts, elliptic stem, 
a billothoad. Previously enrollod at Gloucester Mar. 10, 1894, Yessol 
lost off Tarafal, St. Nicholas, Capo Verde Islands, Hug. 29, 1903. 



1030 PIONEER , bark, of NeW Bedford. Registered Apr. 18, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Scituate in 1824. 228.41 tons; length 91.7 ft,, breadth 
24,1 ft,, depth 15,8 ft. Master: Henry M. Hoxio. Owners: JaxK3s D. 
Thom.pson II/I6, Taber, Read & Co. 3/16, Joseph Clark I/I6 , Aloxondor 

■ H. Scabury I/I6 , New Bedford. Ti/jo decks, throe masts, square stern, 
a soldier bust head. Previously registen^d at Now Bedford Apr. 28, 
1862, (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

1031 Bark, of Ncw Bedford, Ro-rogistored Apr. 27, 1859 - perma- 
nent. Master:' Joiaes S. Hazard. Owners: Nathaniel T. Gifford l/4 , 
Soth Booth 1/8, Samuel R. Msrgnn I/8, Josiah S, Bonney I/I6, James 

S. Hazard l/l5, Syivanus Churchill 2/l6, John B. Little l/4. Now Bedford. 
A billothoad. 

1032 Bark, of Ncw Bedford, Ro-rogisterod Aug, 5, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Josiah S. Bonnoy 2/16, Estate of Nathaniel T. Gifford 
4/15, Soth Booth 3/l5, Jejncs S, Hazard 2/l6 , Syivanus Churchill 3/16, 
S. Rodman Morgan 2/15, New Bedford. 

1033 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-rcgi stored July 7, 1873 - perma- 
nent. Master: Alexander A. Tripp. Owners: Gilbert Allen and Gideon 
Allen 1/4, Syivanus Churchill 3/l6, Pclog Slocufli I/I6 , Willi:.Tm R. 
Slocum 1/15, Soth Booth 3/16, S. Rodm£.n Morg;m I/8, New Bedford; 
Alexander A. Tripp I/8, Wcstport. 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug, 16, 1880 - perma- 
nent. Master: Jonathan Chace. Owners: Gilbert J^-llen 3/l5 , Robert 
G. Churchill 3/l6 , S. Rodxiian Morgan 2/l6, Seth Booth 5/l6, New Bedford; 
William R. Slocum l/l6, Dartmouth; Jonathan Ghace l/l6, George r. VJood 
1/16, Westport; Henry H. Allen 2/l5, San Francisco, Calif. Vessel 
condemned and sold foreign in 1884, 

PIATIMA , bark, of Wostport. Registered May 21, 1867 - permanent. Built 
at Rochester in 1847. 214,27 tons; length 94 ft., breadth 25,3 ft., 
depth 15.2 ft. Master: Amos A, Chase. Owners: j^ndrovif Hicks 6/32, 
Christopher Gifford 2/32, li'Jostport; John Hicks 8/52, Alonzo Davenport 
2/32, Alexander Hicks l/32, Tilson B. Denham 2/52, Richard Curtis 2/3 2, 
New Bedford; Otis F. Hamblin l/32, FoaJioro ; Frederick Tompkins 2/52, 
H.B. Tonpkins 2/32, Joseph B. Tompkins 4/32, Nevjport, R.I. Two decks, 
three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously rcgisteicd at Now 
Bedford Jan. 18, 1864. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

Bark, of New Bedford, Rc-registered Oct. 27, 1875 - permanent. 
Master: Walter F. Hovjland. Oivnors: John F. Tucker 3/32, Charles R. 
Tucker & Co, 16/32, Edward D. Kandell 4/32, ^^uaasa VJhitnoy 4/3 2, Alonzo 
Davenport 2/32, Richard Curtis 2/32, Alcxcoider Hicks 1/32, New Bedford, 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-rogistorod Juno 10, 1879 - perma- 
nent. Master: Pelcg L. Shcrioan. Owners: John F. Tucker 5/32, John 
F. Tucker & Co. 2/32, Edward D. Mmiell lC/32, Alice T. Mandell 2/32, 
Charles R. Tucker Jr. 2/32, George F. Tucker 2/52, Amasa Whitney 4/32, 
Richard Curtis 2/32, Alonzo Davenport 2/52, Alexojider Hicks 1/52, New 
Bedford. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registurod .^.ug. 30, 1602 - permanent. 
203.56 tons, ^faster: Marshall C. Gilbert. Owners: John F. Tucker 
5/32, John F. Tucker & Co. 4/32, Edward D. Ifcndell 10/52, Alice T. 
Mandell 2/32, Amasa Whitney 4/32, RichcTd Curtis 2/32, Alonzo Davenport 
2/32, M^irshnll C. Gilbert 1/32, New Bedford; George P. Tucker 2/3S, Boston. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-registercd J/Liy 16, 1887 - permanent. 
Master; Giles P. Slocuti. Oivners: Edward D. Mandell 11/16, Alice T. 
Ifendell 1/15, ..lonzo Davenport l/lo, Henry S. r.Tiitney 2/l6 , New Bedford; 
George F. Tucker 1/16, Boston. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-registorod July 11, 1892 - perma- 
nent. Master: Thoaas McKenzio. Owners: Edward D. Mandell 10/52, 
Willioiii R. and Joseph Wing 12/52, VJilliam Baylies 2/52, Sanucl C. Ec-xt 
2/5 2, Antonc L. Sylvia 2/52, Now Bedford; Edward F. Potter 4/32, 
Dartmouth. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered July 7, 1895 - permanent, 
Ovjners: Joseph and William R, Wing 8/52, Edward D. Mandull 10/52, 
VJilliam Baylies 2/52, Antonc L, Sylvia 2/52, Thorx.s McKenzio 2/52, 
Pemborton H. Nye 2/52, New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 5/52, Dartmouth. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registered July 16, 1901 - perma- 
nent, amors: Willicii R. Wing 10/52, Edward D. Mandell 10/52, William 
Baylies 2/52, /•uitone L. Sylvia 2/52, Thoims McKenzio 2/52, New Bedford; 
Edwrxd F, Potter 6/52, Dartmouth, 

Bark, of Nc^J Bedford. Ro-registerou Oct. 2, 1906 - permanent. 
Master: Charles A. Chase. Owners: VJilliar.i R. Wing 16/52, I7illiam 
Baylies 2/32, ^intone L. Sylvia 2/52, Thomas McKcnzie 2/52, A.Hl Wordell 
2/32, New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 8/32, Dartmouth. 



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1044 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 17, 1911 - permanent. 

Master: Benjamin Costa. Owners: Benjamin Costa l/4, Alfredo Neves 
3/4, New Bedford. Vessel abandoned and broken up at Cape Verde Islands 
in 1914. 



1045 POCAHONTA.S , brig, of liarion. Registered July 13, 1868 - permanent. 
Built at New York in 1846. 189.59 tons; length 92.4 ft., breadth 25 ft., 
depth 10.5 ft. Master: M.C . Fisher. Owners: Henry M. Allen 17/32, 
J&ry E. Allen 2/32, Ijfetilda E. Allen 2/32, Marion; Simpson Hart 2/32, 
Caleb L. Ellis 2/32, William Beetl3 1/3 2, New Bedford; Llicajah C. 
Fisher 2/32, East Faliiouth; Stephen Dillingham 2/32, W est Faliaouth; 
David W. Luce 2/32, Boston. One deck, two nE.sts, square stern, a bil- 
lethead. Previously enrolled at Newport, R.I. Fob. 24-., 1855. Vessel 
condemned and sold foreign in 1871. 

1046 PRESIDENT , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 9, 1865 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1849. 123.38 tons; length 80.1 ft., breadth 23.3 
ft., depth 11.1 ft. Master: Benjaxoin Gifford. Owners: Edmund 
Maxfiold l/2, Alexander H. Seabury I/8, New Bedford; Azel Howard 3/8, 
West Bridgewater. One deck, three masts, square stem, a billothoad. 
Previously registered at Now Bedford Mar, 18, 1835. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

1047 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rcgis tore d Apr. 29, 1875 - perma- 
nent, itistcr: ¥illiar:i Robinson, Owners: John F. Tucker I/8, Azel 
Howard 3/8, Edmund Maxfield I/8, Char Id s R. Tucker & Co. 3/8, New 
Bedford. 

1048 Bark, of NoW Bedford. Re -r cgis t ore d Sept. 25, 1877 - pcrna- 
nont, I.fester: George F. Allen. Owners; John F. Tucker 5/32, Edward 
D, Mandcll 6/52, Edward D. Mcudoll Jr. 2/32, Charles R. Tucker Jr. 
2/32, George F. Tucker E/52, Azel Howard 12/ 32, Amasa Whitney 3/32, 
New Bedford. 

1049 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registcrcd June 11, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Oivnors: John F. Tucker 5/32, Edward D. Mandoll 6/32, Alice T. 
Mandell 2/32, George F. Tucker 2/52, George F. Tucker, Trustee 2/3 2, 
Azel Hovjard 12/32, iii'-iasa Whitney 3/32, New Bedford. 

1050 Bark, of New Bedford, Rc-registercd July 16, 1881 - perma- 
nent, fester: Alcxaiider A. Tripp. Ovmors: Loum Snoiv Jr. 2/16, 
Antonc L. Sylvia 5/l6 , Charles Tabor 2/l5, Estate of Loum Snow 2/l6 , 
Robert Snovj I/I6 , Notj Bedford; Alexander A. Tripp 2/l5 , vJostport ; 
Benjamin B. Church 2/16, Gosnold. 

1051 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registerefi Oct, 3, 1887 - pen-na- 
nont. 117.21 tons. Master: Joseph T. Edwards. Gamers: Robert 
Snovj I/I6 , Loui:! Snow Jr. 2/16, Estate of Loum Snovi; 2/16, Antone L. 
Sylvia 5/16, Jxmos E. St^anton 2/l6 , J/fary E. Sroith 2/l6 , Williara 
Baylies l/l5 , Joseph T. Edwards 1/13, Now Bedford. 

1052 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 29, 1890 - porria- 
ncnt . Owners: Antonc L. Sylvia 6/ 16, William Baylies 2/lS , Jardcs E. 
Stanton 2/16, Joseph T. Edwards 2/16, L. and F.R. Brightriin 2/l6 , 
John P. Praro I/I6, Frederick S. Fuller I/I6 , New Bedford. 



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1053 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 17, 1894 - perraa- 
nent. Master: John P. Praro. Owners: Ari.tone L^ Sylvia 7/16, 
William Baylies 2/l6 „ Janies E. Stantor ^V'^-G- ToLui P, Praro 2/l6, 
Joseph T. Edwards 2/l6 , Trederick S„ Tj'uller l/iS , Ifew Bedford > 

1054 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registere a Nov,, w, 1896 - permanent. 
li/Iaster: Anthony P. Benton. Owners: Henry l/L ^..-I'^t l/2, Anthony P. 
Benton l/2, New Bedford. 

1055 Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Aug. 8, 1899 - permanent. 
Ifester: Joseph T. Enos. Owners: John McCullough 2/16, Joseph T. 
Enos 3/16, A.G. Pierce Jr. 2/l6, R. Burgess l/l6 , W. Langshaw l/lS , 

New Bedford; E« LeBaron 1/16 , I&ddleboro; John Medina l/l5 , John 
Machado l/l6, Boston; A. Sears l/l6, Cambridge; NaB. Kerr l/l6 , Lowell; 
Charles F. Burnham l/l6, L*A. Lockwood l/l6 , Pawtucket, R.I, Vessel 
lost off Little Fish Bay Ifey 8, 1904. 

1056 PRESIDENT , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered Apr. 9, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1811. 257.43 tons; length 97 ft., breadth 26.7 
ft., depth 16.3 ft. IvSister: Edmund Kelley. Ovmors: Joseph R. Read, 
Edward T. Tabor and Nathan S. Ellis 8/16, Alexander H. Seabury l/l6, 
Jolin B» Little l/l6 , Gcorgie Barney 5/l6, Now Bedford; Samuel B. Hamblin 
l/l6 , Acushnct. Two decks, three masts, sq.uarc stern, a billethead. 
Previously registered at Now Bedford July 10, 1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 

1057 Bark, of New Bedford- Re-rogi?tered Aug. 10, 1869 - perma- 
nent, .-feftor: Eber C. Almy. Owners: Edward T. Tabcr, Joseph R, 
Roe.dj, and Nathan S. Ellis 4/16, TIiocks Luce l/lS , Veranus Stcero l/l6 , 
Alfred M, Chapman l/l6 , Edward CaJinon l/l£,; Alexander H. Seabury l/l5, 
John B. Little l/l5, George Barney 5/15 j New Bedford; S.aiTiuol B. 
HaDiblin l/l6, Acushnct. 

1058 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registerod June 9, 1874 - perma- 
nent, llaster: Robert P. Gifford. Oivners: J. Bourne Jr. 14/16, 
William ViT. Crapo l/l6 , New Bedford; Soiiiuel 3. Hamblin 1/16, Acushnct. 

1059 PROGRESS , bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 28, 1855 - permanent. 
Place and date built not available. Formerly the U.S. Store Ship 
CHARLES PHELPS . 358.52 tons; length 107 ft., brcadth 27.8 ft., 

depth 19.5 ft. blaster: James Dowdon. Ovmors: VJilliam T. Smith 5/32, 
William 0. Brownell 16/32, Jrjnes Dowden 2/32, Hezekiah Allen 2/32, 
i^ndrew B. Potter 1/32, T^iber, Road & Co. 2/32,' Jolin A. VJood l/32, 
Joseph U. Cornell 1/32, './illiam 0, Brovmoll Jr. l/3 2, Now Bedford; 
David 3- Jir.thony l/t-'2 , Providence, E.I. Tivo docks, three iiRsts, square 
stern, ,1 ;;lllethfcad. 

1060 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rogistercd thy 9, 1870 - permanent. 
Owners: Williara T. SLiith 5/32, Willicda 0. BroT,mell 16/32, Williaru 

0. 3rr-tjnell Jr. 3/32, Janes Dowden 2/52,, undrew B. Potter l/32. 
Tabor, Rqio C: Go. 2/32, John A. Wood l/52, Joseph ■..-. Cornell l/3 2, 
Now Bodfcra: jjavid E. i^thony l/52, Providence, R.I. 

1061 2ark, of New Bedford. Re-rogist^rod Nov. 15, 1876 - perma.- 
nent,, Llastor; William T. Hawes. Owners* George F, Eartlett 15/32, 
Andrew B. Potter l/S2, New Bedford; William C. Paine 8/32, Beverly 
Farms; Abiel Codding Jr. 4/32, Josiah D. Richards 4/32, North -ittlcboro. 



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Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-rogi store d Jan. 13, 1885 - poraa- 
nont. 340.69 tons. Ifcster: ViTillian H. Mitchell, aracrs: Goorgp F. 
Bartlctt 13/16, NgW Bedford; 'I'Jilliara C. Paino 3/l6, Beverly Farias. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 6, 1892 - perna- 
nont. Master: D.iJ. Gifford. Owners: George F. Bartlctt, New Bedford. 
Exhibited at Coluiiibian Exposition at Chicago, 111. in 1892 and 1893. 

TYTEIM , gas screw, of New York. Registered July 3, 1917 - teraporary. 
Built at Ess9x in 1894. 39 tons; length 79.4 ft., breadth 21.2 ft., 
depth 8.5 ft. Ifestor: George F. Tiltoii. Owners: F.W. Monjo, New 
York. One deck, two tnsts, elliptic stern, a r,ni:iniou head. Previously 
enrolled at Gloucester June 7, 1917. 

Gas screw, of NqW Bedford. Rc-rogisterod Oct. 16, 1920 - 
pcraancnt. Master; Henry D. Rose. Owners: Ernest Montrond, New 
Bedford. Tesscl sold to Portuguese in 1922. 

R.D. SPEiiR , schooner, of Eastport, Me. Registered Jan. 15, 1908 - 
teriporary. Built at Bowdoinhaa, I*Ie. in 1633. 299 tons; length 133.4 
ft,, breadth 32.9 ft., depth 10.3 ft. IVhstcr: B.¥. Belyea. Owners: 
George VJ. Dunn 34/64, Eastport, Mo,; Jai.ies B. Drake 7/64, Janes B. 
Dralce, Trustee l/64, Edward Bvaku 3/64, Bath, Me,; Lulu H. Fox 2/64, 
Portland, Mc.; Hiller N. Frick l/G4, Augusta, Me.; Seth Morris 2/64, 
Sullivan, Mo.; Janes Elliot and Charles Elwcll 10/64, Brooklyn, N.Y.; 
Neil lifclntyre 2/64, Plymouth; Carrie Jones 2/64, Phoenix, ^i-rizona. 
One deck, throe iiasts, elliptic stern, a billetliead. Previously on- 
rolled at Philadelphia, Pa. Dec. 28, 1907. 

R.S. GRABUM , schooner, of Now Bedford. Registered Aug. 18, 1899 - 
perraanent. Built at Mlford, Dol. in 1871. 324 tons; length 128.5 
ft., breadth 30.5 ft,, depth 9.1 ft. festur: BcnjartLn D. Cleveland. 
Owners: Tiraothy C. iUlen 5/l5, Bcnjanin D. Cleveland 4/16, Charles 
R. Cornoll 2/l6, Daniel ¥, Baker l/l&, Henry W. Mason 1/16, W.F. 
Wilson and A.H. VJordell l/l6, New Bedford; Heiiry B. Gifford l/l6 , 
Charles p. Maxfield l/l6, Fairhaven. One deck, throe r:nsts, square 
'stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Newark, N.J. June 16, 1899, 

RAINBOIJ , schooner, of Dej-tniouth. Registered Dec, 12, 1866 - pcrnanent. 
Built a't Duxbury in 1850, 47,51 tons; length 67,3 ft,, breadth 19.4 
ft., depth 5.6 ft. Master: Robert D. Eldridgo. Owners: Willian 
Potter 2d l/32, VJillian S. Smith l/32, Charles E. Siiiith l/32, Alonzo 
Matthews l/32, Everett Howlo.nd 1/32, Charles Tucker l/32, Sylvanus 
Bartlott 1/32, Abnor Potter Jr. 2/52, 'Jilliam S. Drovmcll 1/32, 
Mchacl Baker 3d 1/32, Alfred Cornell l/32, Edwajrd F. Potter 2/32, 
Williara S. Gifford l/3 2, Dartr.iDuth; Robert D. Eldridge 1/3 2, Henry B. 
Maconber l/32, Jarxis Tripp 1/32, Dean & Driggs l/32, /ciasa Whitney 
2/32, Philip Simr.ions l/32, Roland Holcoub l/32, Baylies & Cannon 8/32, 
NcvJ Bedford; Bcnjar.iin E. Church l/32, Gosnold. One deck, tvjo rr.sts , 
squrirc stem, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New Bedford Sept. 
12, 1865. 



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Schoonor, of Drjtaouth. Ro-rogistorcd Mr.y 12, 1858 - pcrua- 
ncnt. Mast-r: Tlioncs J. CraiMon. Ownors: 'jJillirxi Pottor 2d 1/3 2, 
VJilliari S. Smth l/S2, Charlus E. Sr.iith 1/32, Alonzo Matthews 1/32, 
mvcrott Howlrjad l/52, Ckirlos Tucker l/32, Sylvanus Br?.rtl^tt l/32, 
Abncr Pottor Jr. 2/32, sTillio.n S. Browii3ll 1/32, Mciiaol Dakor 3d 1/32, 
Alfred Cornoll l/32, Bdward F. Pottor 2/32, VJillir.n S. Gifford l/32, 
Dcrtnouth; John VJing l/32, Henry B. l-fccoribor l/5 2, Joxxis Tripp l/52. 
Dean & Driggs 1/32, ikiasa liiThitney 2/32, Philip Sirxions l/32, Rolrnd 
Holcoab 1/52, Baylies & Cannon 8/32, New Bedford; Benja:.iin B. Church 
1/52, Gosnold. 

Schooner, of Dartnouth. Re-registered May 2, 1869 - perraanent. 
Or/ners: IJilliai-i Potter 2d 2/32, ^.Tilliain S. Smith l/52, Charles 1. Smith 
1/32, Alonzo Matthews l/32, Everett Rowland l/32, Charles Tucker l/32, 
Sylvanus Bartlett 1/32, Abner Potter Jr. 2/32, Michael Baker 3d 1/52, 
Alfred Cornell l/32, Edward P. Potter 3/32, ITilliaxc. S. Gifford 1/32, 
Dartmouth; John Hing l/32, Henr;'- 3. Macomber l/32, Jaraes Tripp l/52, 
Dean & Driggs l/32, Aniasa I'Jhitney 2/32, Philip Sir.ii.-!ions l/38, Baylies & 
Cannon 8/32, Nev; Bedford; Benjanin B. Church l/32, Cosncld. 

Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-rcsistcrod Oct. 3, 187& - 
pcrrianont. Ilaster; Jclm J. Godinho. Ovvners: John J. Godinho, Now 
Bedford. Vessel sold foreign in 1878. 

RAINBOvT, bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 31, 1870 - pernaixint . 
Built at F::.irha7Dn in 1852. 351.45 tons; ler^th 121.8 ft., breadth 
29.3 ft., depth 16.7 ft. Ifcstor: George Grry. Owners: Charles H. 
Gifford 1/16, Estate of. 'ilillian Gifford 3/16, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 
l/lo , Jonatbm P. Gifford l/l6 , Willia:.: H. Taylor l/lo , Thoaas B. 
Vfilccz 1/16, Luthaai Potter l/l6 , jacx-.-nd'^r 11. Soabury l/l5 , Joseph 
Vara l/lS , New Bedford; Ittthows Thatcher & Cc. 2/l6, Isaac R. Gifford 
l/lo, Bcnjcmn T. Cuni'dngs l/lo, Dartnouth; Nclcniah P. Baker l/l6 , 
Faliaouth. Tv/o decks, three nasts, squ;xc stern, an eagle head. Pre- 
viously registered at New Bedford Sept. 11, 1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rcgistored J,an. 19, 1875 - pernii- 
ncnt . Master: Bernard Cogan. Ovmers: George F, B.artlctt and Ivory 
H. Bartlett Jr. 11/16, Alexander H. Seab-ury l/l6, Joseph Vera 2/l5 , 
NoV>/ Bedford; Bernai-d Ccgan 2/l6, Newark, N.J. A billotlxad. Vessel 
lost. 

R-tLPH H. h ;jX, gas screw, of NeW Bedford. Regis uca-od M-r. 14, 1919 - 
per..ai:ent. Built at Gloucester in 1901. 85 tons; ler^gth 103.6 ft., 
breadth 24.5 ft., depth 10.8 ft. Il-ster: Fernando Neves, avrers: 
Itnuel Jose d';indrade. Now Bedford. One deck, two rx'.sts, elliptic 
stem, a gari:,X)n head. Previously enrolled at Gloucester Jan. 18, 1919. 
Vessel sold to Portuguese in 1919. 

R.^.IONA , schooner, of Providence, R.I. Rjgistercd Oct. 18, 1907 - 
temporary. Built at City Island, N.Y. in 1G71. 120 tons; length 117.1 
ft., breadth 25 ft., depth 8.5 ft. M-st^r: Louis d'Oliveira- Ovjners: 
Louis d'Oliveira, Providence, H.I. One deck, two Lasts, ollintic ' 
stem, a billetliead. Previously enrolled at Boston July 16, 1907, 



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REBECCA A. T.\TJIj;HIS , schooner, of Boston. Registered Apr. 5, 1894 - 
tenporary. Built at J/feiys Landing, N.J. in 1882. 427.09 tons; length 
138 ft., breadth 35,4 ft., depth 12,8 ft. Master: Josiah Megatlilin, 
Chvnersj Cyrus and Joseph Baker 8/64, Nathaniel T, Gorham 2/S4 , N3.than 
W. Baker l/54, Georgo S. Merrill 3/S4, John T. Brovm 3/54, Soth il, 
Rogers l/54, Charles Everett 2/64, Frank C. Hubbard 2/34, NcvJton; 
Alpheus S. Baker 2/64, Brookline ; John I, Lawrence 2/S4, Canbridge; 
Vifillian B. Herrick 2/64, Maiden; Gcorgo Matthews 2/54, Albion 0. Litch- 
field 2/64, Edward B. Matthews 2/64, Chelsea; Elaazer K, Crowell 7/64, 
Orin L. Crowell 6/64, Dennis; Henry C, Barry 2/64, Oswego Besso 2/64, 
Charles A. Snow 2/S4, Harwich; Joligs F . Sears l/64, Yarnouth; Elijah 
A. Houghton and Williao. Watson of J/Iiller & viatson Co. 8/54, Sauucl W. 
Ellis 2/54, New York. One deck, thj^-eo LEsts, square stem, a billet- 
head. Froviously enrolled at Boston June 11, 1892. 

REBECCA J. EVAUS , schooner, of Dennis. Registered Oct. 18, 1888 - 
temporary. Built at Newburyport in 1870, 74.38 tons; length 81 ft,, 
breadth 21.8 ft., depth 7.4 ft. Master: Joaquim Da Lonba Perctc. 
OwPiJrs: Thcophilus B, Baker 3/4, Harvfich; Joaquini Da Lonba Percto 1/4, 
NeVJ Bedford. One dock, two rxists, sOLuaro stem, a billethoad. Previous- 
ly onrolled at Dennis June 25, 1S87, 

Schooner, of Dennis. Re-registcrod Oct. 28, 1889 - toiiipcrary. 
Previously enrolled at Now Bedford l-lay 9, 1889. 

Schooner, of Dennis. Re-rcgisterod Oct, 22, 1890 - tenporary. 
Master: Julius M. Fernandez. Ovmors: Thecphilus B. Baker, Harwich. 

Schooner, of Boston. Ro-rOi_jistored Oct, 13, 1693 - teaporary, 
J/iaster: iintonio H. Brito. Owners: Antonio H. Britc 1/2, Theodora A. 
Brito 1/2, Boston. Previously registered at Boston July IS, 1891. 
Vessel wrecked in 1895, 

REBECCA W, HU DDBLL, schooner, of Boston. Registered Oct. 24, 1900 - 
tetgporary. iiiiilt at Caridcn, N.J. in 1859, 210 toriS ; length 125 ft,, 
breadth 35 ft,, depth 7,4 ft, blaster: Frederick H, Colwell. Owners: 
Frederick H. Colwell 12/54, Everett; David U. Sir.ipson 2d 51/54, Boston; 
Loonerd C. Hewson l/S4, Q,uincy. One dock, three nasts, square stern, 
a billetlxad. Previously enrolled at New York Oct. 8, 1900. 

REINDSSR , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 3, 1370 - permanent. 
Built at Rochester in 1853, 332,33 tons; length 122 it., breadth 
28,4 ft., depth 16,9 ft. Master: B. F. Loveland. Ovmers: Sdtrard rj, 
Howland 4/l6, Harriet C. Howland 3/l6, Oliver Crocker 2/16, George 0. 
Crocker 2/l6, Charles R. Tucker l/32, Sdvard D. Mandell l/32, George 
Barney l/l6. New Bedford; Andrevr M. Howland l/l5, Boston; Lorenzo 
Snith 1/16, Estate of Peter Cromwell 1/16, Tisbury, Trro decks, three 
nrsts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford 
June ir;, 1365, (Cf. Vol. II) 

^INDEER . bark, of New ■ Bedford. Registered Juno 11, 1877 - pori.ianent. 
Built at New Bedford in 1577, 357.49 tons; length 119.72 ft,, breadth 
28, 4G ft., depth 18,51 ft. Master: Joshua G, Bakor Jr. Owners: 
Vifillian C.N. Swift 14/lS , Frederick Svjift 1/15, Now Bedford; Willian H. 
Aiken l/l5, Dart:cx>uth. Two decks, throQ iBsts, square stem, a bil- 
lot Ix: ad. 0, Sr.iallcy, surveyor. 



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H E SCUE , brig, of New Bedford. Registered May 25, 1875 - permanent. 
Place and date built not available. 170,4 tons; length 94 ft., breadth 
25.2 ft., depth 10,9 ft. Master; Joseph Butler. Owners: '^uerino 
Jose Pinheira l/3, John Corey 1/3, Joseph Butler l/3 , New Bedford. 
One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at Boston May 1, 1875. Vessel was wrecked and repaired in 1865. 

Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 30, 1875 - permanent, 
Owners: Q,uerino Joso Pinheira l/2, Joseph Butler 1/2, New Bedford. 

Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 1, 1876 - permanent. 
Master: Anthony C. Sylvia. Ovmers: Antone L. Sylvia, Now Bedford. 

RHODA HOLMES , schooner, of New Bedford, Registered Oct. 11, 1919 - 
permanent. Built at Coopers Point, N.Y. in 1869. 328 tons; length 
128.4 ft., breadth 33,9 ft., depth 10.9 ft. Master: Julius M. 
Fernandez, Owners: Julius M. Fernandez, Now Bedford, One deck, throo 
masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Perth 
Amboy, N.J. July 28, 1919, Vessel sold to Portuguese in 1920. 

RHODELLA BLEW , schooner, of Philadelphia, Pa. Registered JMr. 26, 1872 - 
temporary. Built at Mauricotown, N.J. in 1859, 184.43 tons; length 
107.3 ft., breadth 29.2 ft., depth 8.6 ft. Master: Ezekiel Van Gilder. 
Owners: Ezekiel Van Gilder, Petersburg, N.J, and Ludlow Matthews 
2/32, Samuel Nelson 2/32, Thorns Waddington l/l6 , Philadelphia, pa.; 
Seth Baven 2/32, E. Peterson l/52. Estate of Lydia H. Sharp 2/32, 
John Sharp 2/32, Joseph Lferts 2/32, Charles Bacon 2/32, Eliza Strudams 
1/32, Joseph A. Vauneman l/32, Asa Haley 1/32, Henry Moore 1/32, 
Lehman Blew 5/32, Lydia A. Blevj l/32, Charles C. Grescup l/32, Joseph 
W. Vauneman 2/15, Ne;v Jersey, One deck, two aasts, square stern, a 
figurehead. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, Pa. Mar, 24, 1871, 

RICHARD W, CLARK , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Aug. 10, 1909 - 
permanent. Built at Phippsburg, Me. in 1909. 437 tons; length 148,9 
ft,, breadth 33.8 ft., depth 13.8 ft. Master; Andrew A. Cory. Owners: 
Andrew A. Cory 5/64, James F, Avery 4/54, A. Frank Clark 4/54, i^jitone 
L. Sylvia 2/64, /intone T. Edwards 2/54, John Duff 4/64, Giles P. 
Slocum 2/64, E.W. Bourne 2/64, Mariana Devoll 2/64, Joseph Senna 2/64, 
Clara M. Mandley 2/64, Estate of William R. Wing 2/64, Thomas Hersom 
1/S4, Lemuel H. 'n/hite 1/54, James L, Sherman 1/54, Georg; R. Stetson 
1/54, Frank Sistarc 1/54, William B. Janney 1/54, ilrthur E* Buffington 
1/64, John A. Sherman 1/54, New Bedford; Richard W. Clark 8/6-i, Henry 
C. Hopkins 2/54, Peter Galliene 2/84, Marion; Willis R. Wordell 2/64, 
William H. Reynard 2/54, Dartroouth; Thomas Dexter 2/54, Lfettapoisctt ; 
Andrew H. Soule 2/54, Wcstpcart; J. Emi-j)ons Dyer 2/54, Pro vine etown. 
One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a billctl-iCad. Previously en- 
rolled at Bath, Mo, June 8, 1909. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-rcgistored Mar, 12, 1910 - 
permenont. Previously enrolled at Now Bedford Nov. 29, 1909, 

Schooner, of Ncw Bedford. Rc-rogistorcd Aug. 9, 1910 - 
permanent. Previously enrolled at New Bedford livj 17, 1910 „ 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Mar. 17, 1911 - 
permanent. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registcred Aug. 7, 1911 - 
permanent. Previously enrolled at Now Bedford June 7, 1911. 



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1094 Sclioonor, of Nov? Bedford. Rc-rogistorod Mc.r. 16, 1912 - 
permanent. OiuiErs: /mdrevj A. Cory 6/64, James F. Avery 4/64, ;., 
Frank Clark 4/64, Antonc L. Sylvia 2/64, Antono T. Edv/ards 2/64, 

John Duff 4/64, Gilos F. Slocum 2/64, I/feriana Dovoll 2/64, Joseph Senna 
2/64, Clara M. Mmdlcy 2/64, Estate of William R. Wing 2/64, Thomas 
Hcrsom l/64, Lemuel H. White l/64, James L. Sherman 1/64, Grcorgc R. 
Stetson 1/64, Frank Sistarc 1/64, VJ'illiam B. Jonnoy l/64, /o^thur E. 
Buffii^ton 1/64, John A. Sherman 1/64, New Bedford; Richard V/. Olark 
S/e-i, Henry C. Hopkins 2/64, Peter Gallicne 2/64, l/krion; Willis R. 
Wordull 2/34, viFilliam 11, Reynard 2/64, Do.rtmouth; Thom::s Dorter 2/6^1, 
Ivlcttapoisott ; Andrew H, Soule 2/64, Westport; J. Emmons Dyer 2/64, 
Provincetown; John A. Cook Co. 2/6i , Portlcood, llb» Previously enrolled 
at New Bedford Nov. 11, 1911. 

1095 Schooner, of Nov; Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 15, 1912 - 
pormanont . Oivnors: ^^indrew i., Cory 8/64, James F. Avery 4/54, ... Frank 
Clr.rk 4/64, .^itonc L. Sylvia 2/S4, iintone T. Edwards 2/64, John Duff 
4/64, Giles P. Slocum 5/&i , Alphonso H, Smith S/o-x, I^'lariana pevoll 2/64, 
Joseph Senna 2/64, Clara M. Mandlcy 2/64, Est;ite of William H. Wing 
2/64, Thomas Hersom l/54, Lemuel H. White 1/64, Janes L. Sherman l/64, 
GoorQe R. Stetson l/64, Frank Sistarc 1/64, William B. Jonnoy 1/54, 
Arthur E. Buffington 1/64, Jolin A, Sherman l/64, New Bedford; Henry C. 
Hopkins 2/64, Peter Gallieno 2/64, Iforion; Willis R. Wordell 2/64, 
Dartmouth; Thomas Dcxtor 2/54, liuttapoisott ; xi.ndrew H. Soule 2/5^i , 
Vlestport; J, Eiiu.ions Dyer 2/54, Froidrcetown; Ira Richards Jr. 2/54, 
Brooklyn, N.Y,; John i... Cook Co. 2/34, Portland, Mo. Previously en- 
rolled at New Bedford I/Iay 20, 1912. 

1095 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-rcgistured Mar. 15, 1913 - 

permanent. Previously enrolled at New Bedford Nov. 4, 1912. 

1097 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 4, 1913 - 
pcrmcncut . Previously cnrollod at New Bedford June 7, 1915. 

1098 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-registorod Mct. 17, 1914 - 
permanent. Owners: j.i.ndrew iv. Cory 8/54, James F. Avery 4/ 54, A, Frank 

■ Clark 4/34, Antono L. Sylvia 2/64, /jitonc T, Edwards 2/54, John Duff 
4/ Si, Giles P. Slocu.m 5/54, Alphonso H. Smith 3/54, Mj-riana Devoll 
2/54, Joseph Senna 2/64, Cl.ra li. Mandley 2/&'i , Estate of "Jilliam R. 
Wing 2/64, Thorras Hersom 1/54-, Lemuel H. White l/5'j:, James L. Sherman 
l/S4, George R. Stetson l/S4, Frank Sistare 1/54, William B. Jonney 
1/84, iirthur S. Buffington 1/54, John .^.. Shcrm.an l/64, Novj Bedford; 
Henry C. Hopkins 2/64, Poter Gallieno 2/64, Marion; Willis R. Wordell 
2/64, Dartmouth; Thocus Doxtc^r 2/54, Ifattapoisett ; Andrew H. Soule 
2/54, Westport; J. Emi:ions Dyer 2/5i , Provincetown; Martha J. Reynard 
2/54, Boston; John A. Cook Co. 2/&1, Portland, Me. Previously enrolled 
at New London, Corji. Ifcr. 3, 1914. 

1099 Schooner, of New Bedford. Ru-rogistered Mar. 11, 1915 - 
permanent. Previously enrolled at New Bedford Feb. 15, 1915, 

1100 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered ii.ug. 9, 1915 - 
permanent. Previously enrolled at NeW Bedford Juno 3, 1915. 



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Schooner, of Now Bodford. Rc-rogistorcd Ifr-.r. 20, 1816 - 
poriianent . Previously onrollod at Goorgetovijn, S.C. J;in. 12, 191G. 

RIGHT .^M , stooxi propeller, of Now Bedford. Registered -^pr. 28, 1892 - 
permncnt. Built at Athens, N.Y. in 1891. 157.48 tons; length 124.4 
ft., bre-.dth 27 ft., depth 10.5 ft. Ldhstcr: Ch>:'Jles '2. Davis. 0;vncrs: 
Davis Coast 'irocking Corporation, Now Bedford. One deck, one nast, 
round stern, plcdn head. Proviously enrolled r.t Now Bedford J.;n, 29, 
1892. 

Stea.1 propeller, of Novj Bedford. Re-registered Junu 7, 1892 - 
pemojient. Master: Josso T. Shornnn. Previously enrolled at Nevj 
Bedford Mcy 3, 1892. 

Stean propeller, of New Bedford. Re-registerud Dec. 3, 1892 - 
pernancnt. Ilaster: Ch^^rles S. Davis, Previously enrolled at New 
Bedford x^ug. 20, 1892. 

Ste.aiii propeller, of Now Bedford. Ro- regis tared May 24, 1893 - 
perr;£.nent. Previously enrolled at Now Bedford Feb. 17, 1893. 

Steaj.-}. propeller, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 22, 1893 - 
pemanent . Master: T.'.T. Daislcy. Previously enrolled at Now Bedford 
Juno 27, 1893. 

Ste-xu propeller, of Nqw Bedford. Re-registered .vUg. 23, 189-1 - 
perr.ifjicnt. l-Jo.ster: Charles S. Davis. Proviously enrolled at New 
Bedford Jaji. 24, 1894. 

ROBSRT 5D. J;-RDS, ship, of New Bedford. Registered i.pr. 15, 1857 - 
pernancnt. ~Built at New York in 1817. 335.94 tons; length 101 ft., 
breadth 28.1 ft., depth 14 ft. Ltister: Caleb 0. Eaiablin. Owners: 
Hdward C. Jones 12/15, Oliver and Georgo 0. Crocker 2/l6, Caleb iJithony 
l/lS , New Bedford; Johii C. Honblin l/l5 , Fal:iouth. Two docks, three 
iiasts, square stem, a :;.rji bust head. Previously registered at Now 
Bedford Aug. 4, 1863. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

Ship, Gf NeiJ Bedford. Re-registered Ju:;e 24, 1667 - peraianent, 
Master: Stephen Flanders. Oimers: Bdwccrd T. Tabor, Joseph R. Road 
and Nathan S. iiillis 3/lG, Goorg:; Barney 2/l6, I'^.tthew Howland 2/13, 
Alexander H. Scaliury l/l5 , Sanucl I. Burt l/l6, '.Jilliax: T. Srath 1/15 , 
Thcaas Luce l/lo, Yoronus Steore l/lo. Now Bedford; j'illioai C.N. Sv/ift 
2/16, Dart:.}outh; Jolrai C. Hanblin l/l5. Fa Iraouth;. Stephen Flanders 
1/15 , Chilnark. 

Ship, of Neij Bedford, Re-registered May 9, 1S70 - pcr..ianent. 
Master: Thoix.s F, Pease. O'/Jners: Zdward T. Tabor, Joseph R. Read ajid 
Natho.n S. Ellis 3/l3, George Barney 2/l6, Matthew Howland 2/13, 
^J-exander H. Seabury l/lo, Saxxaol P. Burt l/l6, Vlilliau T. Snith 
1/13, Thorr.s Luce l/l6, Vcjranus Steerc l/lo. New Bedford; .allianC.N. 
Swift 2/16, Dartaouth; John C. Hcaiblin l/l5 , FaXaouth; Thorr.s F.Peaso 
l/lG , Chilnnrk. 

RQB2RT MORRISON , bark, of New Bedfcsrd. Registered July 20, 1868 - 
pcrraanent . Built at Fal);:.cuth in 1847. 514.5 tons; length 101.2 ft., 
breadth 25.5 ft., depth 17.1 ft. Ibstcr: Henry A. Slocuiu. Owners: 
Joseph Knowles 4/32, Thoaiis Knowles 3/32, John 1. Knowlcs 6/32, 
Thorr.s ICncwles & Co. 1/32, Joseph^,.. Beauvais 2/32, Charles Hitch 4/32, 



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Alfred Wordell 2/o2, Charles L. Wood 2/32, ilright Brovnaell l/32, 
Slocum Allen l/52, Thomas H. Khowles 1/32, John P. Knowles Jr. 1/32, 
NevJ Bedford; J.H. Knowles and Seth Khowles l/32, Eastham. Two decks, 
three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at 
New Bedford July 5, 1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 

1112 Bark, of Edgartown, Re-registered Dec. 12, 1871 - temporaiy. 
Ifester: LI.viT. Seavey. Owners: Samuel Osborn Jr. 5/8, Charles Norton 
3/8, Edgartown. 

1113 Bark, of Edgartown. Re-registered Apr. 25, 1879 - temporary. 
Master: I,N. Smith. Owners: Samuel Osborn Jr., Edgartwvn. Pre- 
viously enrolled at New York July 14, 1877, 

1114 ROEBRT H. RATHBU N, schooner, of Perth Amboy, N.J. Registered May 28, 
1896 - temporary. Built at Bath, lb. in 1881. 316.83 tons; length 
131.1 ft., breadth 32 ft., depth 11.7 ft, IVJastor: Howes Growcll, 
Owners: Hov/es Crovjcll 8/64, E.3, Mathews 1/64, George Mathews l/64, 
Chelsea; Joshua Baker l/54, Goorgo F. Baker 2/64, Nelson K. Baker 
2/64, J. Baker & Co. 2/64, Boston; Albert Chase 1/64, Uriah G. Linnell 
1/64, Hyannis ; Clarence E. Eldridgc l/54, Barnstable; Albert '.! , Tibbotts 
2/64, Samuel Dain 2/64, Hovjard Spc.ar 2/64, George P. Davenport 4/64, 
Maine Navigation Co. 8/64, Bath, lib.', E.B. Ely 2/64, George B. Howton 
8/54, New York; Louise D. Rathbun 16/64, Ncvj Brunsmck, N.J, One deck, 
three masts, square stem, a bill^tlc-d. Previously enrolled at 
Jacksonville, Ela. Apr. 15, 1896. 

1115 ROBERT L. LAME , ship, of Now Bedford. Rugisterod Aug. 26, 1871 - 
permanent. Place e.nd date built not available. 1130.03 tons; length 
169.28 ft., breadth 37.93 ft., depth 17.17 ft. Master: Jonathan F. 
Cowcn. Owners: VJilliam C.N. Swift l/4, Dartmouth; Ebon Perry 1/4, 
New Bedford; George B. Jones 1/4, Boston; Ada L. Richards 1/4, Norvdch, 
Conn. Throe docks, three Diists, square stem, no figurehead. Forntrly 
a British vessel. 

1113^ ^Ol&N, bark, of New Bedford, Registered Oct. 27, 1868 - permanent. 

Built at New Bedford in 1835. 558.53 tons; length 106.4 ft., breadth 
28 ft., depth 18.5 ft. Ifcstcr: Jcrcd Jornogan 2d. Owners: William 
Watkins 6/48, Edwojd C. Jones 28/48, Caleb Anthony 6/48, George H. 
Dunbar 2/48, Edmund Gardner 6/48, New Bedford. Two decks, three r,iasts , 
square stern, a billothLad. Previously regis torjd at New Bedford May 
9, 1863. Vessel altered. Jcjiics A. Cox, surveyor. Vessel vjrccked 
in Arctic Ocean in 1871. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

1117 ROLCiN , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered July 19, 1876 - permanent. 
Place and date built not available. Formerly a U.S. (Jovarmx;nt vessel. 
379.38 tons; length 111.7 ft., breadth 28 ft., depth 19.8 ft. Jfoster: 
Cyrus Iitonter. Owners: George F. Bartlett, New Bedford. Tvjo decks, 
three masts, square stem, a scroll head. Previously registered at 
New London, Conn. Jun^ 19, 1874. 

1118 ROM^CE , schooner, of Boston. Registered J;n , 17, 1921 - temporao-y. 
Built at Essex in 1906. 96 tons; length 108 ft., breadth 25.2 ft., 
depth 11.5 ft. Ifostcr: Vj'ilfred H. Senior. Ovaiors: Wilfred H. 
Senior 1/3, Insular Trading Co. Inc. 2/3, Boston. Ono deck, two masts, 
elliptic storn, no figurehead. Previously enrolled at Gloucester Dec. 
17, 1920. 



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1119 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Jan. 25, 1922 - 
permanent. Master: Arthur B. Cotnoir. Owners: Morris M. Sederholm, 
New Bedford. 

1120 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 29, 1923 - 
permanent. Master: Hipolito G-. Lamas. Ovmers: Hipolito G. Lamas, 
1/2, Manuel A. Gomes l/2, New Bedford. Vessel stranded at Bonavista, 
Cape Verde Islands, in 1927. 

1121 ROSA BAKER , brig, of Boston. Registered June 22, 1875 - temporary. 
Built at South Scituate in 1857. 108. S4 tons; length 82 ft., breadth 
25«6 ft., depth 8.9 ft. Master: Joseph Thompson. Owners: Hcman 
Smith 9/32, Joshua Baker 3/32, John W. Bakor 3/32, Israel Nash 4/52, 
A, B. Simmons, 1/5 2, Boston; Edwin ¥. Barstow l/32, Bridgewater; Elijah 
Barstow 1/32, Thomas B. VJatorman 2/32, South Scituate; Charles Stetson 
4/32, Kingston; Jolm H. Gifford 2/32, New Bedford; Emil Spanier 2/32 
New York. One dock, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously 
registered at Boston July 8, 1867. 

1122*' RQSCIUS , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered Nov. 3, 1866 - permanent. 

Built at Duxbury in 1825. 302,17 tons; length 104.1 ft., breadth 25.1 
ft., depth 17.5 ft. Master: Edgar W. c'rapo. Owners: VJilliam P. 
Rowland, New Bedford, Tivo decks, three masts, square stern, a billot- 
head. Previously registered at Now Bedford Oct. 8, 1861. Vessel 
readmeasurud, James V, Cox, surveyor. Vessel condemned abroad in 
1867, (Of. Vol. I & II) 

1123* ROUSSSAXJ, bark, of Now Bedford. Registered Oct. 1, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1801. 305,46 tons; length 92.9 ft., 
breadth 25.1 ft,, depth 18.3 ft. Master: James Hyland. Ovmsrs: 
Matthew Rowland l/2, Goorge Rowland l/2. New Bedford. T^no docks, 
throe masts, square storn, a billethead. Previously registerod at 
New Bedford Aug. 24, 1853. Vessel readmeasured. J. B. Smith, sur- 
veyor. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

1124 Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-rogist^rod Juno 5, 1882 - permanent. 
Master: Asaph S. IJicks. Owners: w'illiam K, Aiken l/s, I'Tilliam C. 

N. Swift 6/8, Frederick Svdft 1/8, New Bedford. Vessel condemned and 
broken up in 1893. 

1125 S. ;JPL3G:^.TE , schooner, of Dennis. Rogistorod Mar. 11, 1870 - teia- 
porary. Built at Great Egg Harbor, N. J. in 1847. 86.64 tons; 
length 59 ft., breadth 24.4 ft., depth 7.4 ft. Master: Edward Sears. 
Owners; Ed^^;ard Soars, South L^cnnis. One d'^ck, two masts, square 
storn, a billL;thcad. Previously enrolled at Njw York fey 12, 1665. 

1126 SiiCR/J/JENTO , bark, of Now Bedford. R.gistured Oct. 7; 1868 - p^jrma- 
ncnt. . Bailt at Caiaden, Me. in 1849. 173.94 tons; length 98.5 ft., 
breadth 24.2 ft., depth 10 ft. Master: Charles H, Robbins. Owners: 
Goorgo. R, & William Phillips 5/8, Ivory H. B-rtlott & Sons 2/8, Charles 
R . Robbins 1/8, Now Bedford. One dock, throe masts, square stern, 

a billethead. Previously registered at Provid'jnce, R. I, Sept. 21, 
1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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SAID BEN SULTAN , bark, of Boston. Registered Aug. 12, 1872 - 
temporaiy. Built at Newbury in 1850. 230.58 tons; length 113.5 ft., 
breadth 25 ft., depth 12.4 ft. Master: I'Jilliam H, Otis. Ovmers: 
ij7illiain H. Otis 1/4, Joseph Otin 3/4, Chelsea. One deck, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Salem June 7, 
1867. 

ST. GSORGi!! , ship, of New Bedford. Registered June S, 1872 - perma- 
nent. Built at New York in 1828. 392,74 tons; length 120 ft., 
breadth 27 ;9 ft;, depth 17.9 ft. Master: James H. lOiowles. Owners: 
Matthew Howlcind 10/16, Richard S. Howland 3/l6, George Rowland Jr. 
2/16, M. Morris Howland l/l6, Now Bedford. Two d;jcks, three masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously re^istorod at Now Bedford 
Oct. 27, 1855. Vessel :.!x:mlo:afid.ln Arctic Ocean Sept. 5, 1875. 
(Of. Vol. I & II) 

ST. THOMAS , schooner, of Boston. Registered Apr. 26, 1895 - temporary. 
Built at Phippsburg, Me. in 1885. 705.1 tons; length 164.1 ft., 
breadth 35.4 ft., depth 17.7 ft. Master: John F. Saivyer, Owners: 
Cyrus and Joseph F. Baker 44/64, Joseph F. Baker l/64, Lydia C. Everett 
1/64, Albion S. Pichard 2/64, Albert 17. Munroe 2/54, H. Pigeon Jr. and 
Abram Pigeon l/64, Boston; Charles Everett l/64, Ne\rton; Sarah VJ. Baker 
1/64, Lavinia Carlton 2/64, Brookline; Jonathan P. Lavrrenoe 2/64, 
Charles H. Gass l/64, Cambridge; George M. Frost l/64, Central Falls, 
R.I.; Samuel W. Elter 2/64, Elijah A. Houghton and William Watson of 
the firm of Miller & Houghton 3/64, New York. Tv;o decks, three masts, 
elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Boston May 1, 
1894. 

SALLIE E» LXTOLAM , schoonor, of Boston, Rcigi stored Sept, 14, 1900 - 
temporary. Built at Goshon, N. J. in 1873, 199 tons; length 
113.7 ft., breadth 30,3 ft,, depth 9.3 ft. Master: Nelson Kelson, 
Owners: Leonard C. Hewson l/54, Q,uincy; Stetson, Cutler &. Co, 63/64, 
Boston, One deck, throe masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Now York Sept. 5, 1900, 

SAI^tUEL H. SHARP , schooner, of Mauri cot own, N. J. Registered at 
Warcham Nov. 1, 1875 - temporary. Built at Mauricctown, N. J. in 
1862. 248.56 tons; length 114 ft., breadth 28.9 ft., depth 9.2 ft. 
Master: Constant P. VJobb. Oimers: Constant P. Webb l/S, Isaac 
Peterson l/l6, Ezekiel Mayhow l/l6, Soth Bowcn l/l6. Err Peterson 
1/32, Blew, Vanncman & Co. 5/32, John C. Weaver 2/32, John Douglas 
1/32, Mauricetown, N. J,; Jacob Walker 1/32, John Wallace l/32, John 
Titus 2/32, Samuel Nelson 2/52, S. H. VJainvjright l/32, William 0. 
Scuddor 2/32, Johns & Githens 2/3?., Philadelphia, Pa.; John W. Hall 
2/32, Delaware. One dock, two masts, square sturn, a figurehead. 
Previously enrolled at Bridgoton, N. J, Oct, 20, 1871. 



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1132 f SAIvlUSL MP THOI.giS , bark, of Novi Bodford. Rof.isturod Juno 11, 1666 - 
poria-inont. Built at Scituato iii 1341. 132.21 tons; l^^ngth 86.6 ft,, 
breadth 22i06 ft., depth 10.6 ft. Master: Sojnuol H. Cromwell. 
Owners: David B. .Kcmpton, Now Bedford. Ono dock, throe masts, 
square stern, a billethecd. Pr-.viously registered at Now Bedford 
D^c; 18, 1863. Vessel roadmoasurcd. J. B. Smith, surveyor. Vessel 
sold foreign in 1870. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 

1133* SAPFHO , bark, of Now Bedford. Registered Oct. l,' 1866 - pernian..nt. 
Built at Boston in 184-i-. 263.32 tons; length 107.6 ft., breadth 
26»1 ft,., depth 14.7 ft. l.Iastcr: Jcines T. Erndy. Owners: Otis 
& Sdwird VJ. Soabury 12/16, Benjamin Gushnan 2/l6 , Iluaphrey IJ, 
Seabury l/l6, llartha F. Rowland l/l5, New Bedford. TviJO docks, three 
raasts, square stern, a billethoad. Previously registered at New 
Bedford Aug. 17, 1855. Vessel readmeasured. J.jmos V. Cox, surveyor. 
(Cf. Vol. I & II) 

1134 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-r^^gi stored July 6, 1870 - perma- 

nent. Ovmers: Otis & Hdward W. Seabury 12/16, Benjaxiin Cusliman l/l6 , 
Huiaphrey U , Seabury l/l6, I-;.\rtha F. Ho^jvI :,nd l/l8, New Bedford; Janes 
T. Handy l/l6. Sandwich. 

ll->e Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-regi stored Nov, 30, 1875 - perma- 

nent. Master: Jrj:ios H. Zldick. Ovmers: Uilliam Lewis 3/32, Hdward 
Cannon 2/52, Alexander G. Llyrick 2/32, Alexander H. Soabury 4/32, 
Simoon Doane 2/32, Edward T. Shi^rm.:iii 1/32, Jajios H. Shern.-n 1/32, 2. 
B. & F. Liacy l/32, Ivory K. Br.rtlett & Sons 2/32, Now Bedford; Jcixiics 
Ha 3dick 4/32, iiarion; Henry F, B..rrow3 2/32, F. G. Fate 4/32, Josich 
D. Richards 2/32, North Attleboro; Benjamin -B. Church 2/32, Gosnold. 

1136 'Bark, of N.;w 3,.dfor<l. Rb-regist'ered Aug. 4, 1879 - permanent, 
Ovmers: VJilliam Levds 6/32, Alexander H. Seabury 6/32, Alexander G. 
Myrick 2/32, Harvey Eartlett 1/32, Doa.ne & Co. 2/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, 
New Bedford; James H. Edicl: 7/38, Marion; Benjamin B. Church l/32, 

. Gosnold; Henry F. Farrows 2732, F.G. Fate 4/32, North Attleboro. Vessel 
wrecked in Arctic Ocean in 1883. 

1137 SARAJI, b.;rk, of New Bedford. Regist..;red Sept. 23, 1867 - perma- 
nent. Built ..t Rochester in 1824. 128.48 tons; length 78.8 ft,, 
breadth 22.4 ft,, depth 11.6 ft. Master: Alexander New comb. Owners: 
John P. Knowlos 2d 5/32, Thomas Knowles & Co. 4/32, Joseph Knowles 
2/32, Negus & Holmes 2/32, J.osiah N. Knowles 2/32, 'Jaltor D. Swan 
1/32, Dexter & Haskins ■^/52, New Bedford; Jjm^s H. Znowles 2/32, Seth 
Knowles 2/32, i:;asthai;i; iU,lon H. Knowles 2/32, Yarmouth; Jesse S. 

Doane 2/32, Beri v.h Doane 2/32, Orleans; Alexander Newcomb 4/32, Tisbury. 
One deck, three masts, squ>:\re stern, a billethoad. Previously reg- 
istered at New Bedford .Hpr. 29, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 
ll^S Bark, of New Bedford. Re-r'-. gist ere d May 23, 1871 - perma- 

nent. Master: Thomas Foster. Owners: John P. Knowles 2d 36/64, 
Atwood flolmes 4/64, Joseph Knowles 4/64, Dexter ^ H.-skins 4/64, New 
Bedford; J:j:ies H. Knowles 4/64, Seth Ivnowlcs 4/8 i-, Jasth xi; Alexander 
Newcomb 8/64, Tisbury. 



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1139 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-rogistorod j^-ug, 4, 187S - parna- 
nont. Ownors: John F. Knowlos 2d 21/32, Joseph KnovJlos ■l/32, 
Atwood Holi.ics 4/32, '.Jrdtcr D. Svj-.n l/52, Now Bedford; SexL Kriowlos 
2/32, Hasthc^i. 

1140 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-rogistorcd I.ic.y 3, 1876 - porrir- 
nent. Ownorsi John T. Knowlos 2d 22/32, Joseph Knowlos 4/32, Atwood 
Holi-iuS 4/32, Now Bedford; Scth Knowles 2/32, Zasthari, 

1141 Br.rk, of New Budford. Ro-rcgistured June 19, 1076 - periia- 
^n^nt. Llastor: Joseph D. Silv;:.. Owners: John P. Knowles 2d 15/32, 
Ustatu of Joseph Knpwlos 4/32, ^>.twood Koines 4/52, Joseph D. Silva 
2/32, John Davis 2/32, Antone Thouas 3/32, Nov? Bedford; Soth Knowles 
2/32, 2asthan. 

Il-i2 Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rogisterod Oct. 11, 1878 - porua- 

nant. Hastor: Henry 1.1. Foakes. Owners: Jolin p. Knowles 2d 19/32, 
:;]state of Joseph Khoxvlos 4/32, Atwood Ilolnes 4/32, Antone Thonas 
3/32, New Bedforl; Seth Knowles 2/32 J ■.stli-^;i. 
114;i* SA.RAH JLIZABETH . schooner, of Dennis. Registered Feb. 27, 1872 - 

temporary. Built at Foughkeepsie, N.Y. in 1848. 118.82 tons; length 
83.5 ft,, breadth 25 ft,, depth 8,5 ft. Master: Albert Kelley. Ovmers : 
Albert Kelley 5/64, Jaiaes R. Kelley 5/64, Ahira Kelley 15/64, Estate of 
Milton Kelley 2/64, Daniel N. Kclloy 4/64, Ebonezcr G. Kolloy 4/64, 
Benjamin M, Nickerson 2/64, Horace Nickcrson l/64, Sylvanus Sears 4/64, 
Dean Sears 2/64, William Sears 2/64, Jacob Sears 2/64, Alfred Swift l/64, 
Dennis; Estate of Phineas Baker 2/64, Yarraouth; Estate of Anthony Kelley 
2/64, Harwich; Peter & Eratus Baker 2/64, William Baker 2/64, George 
Matthews 2/64, G. & J.F, Baker & Co, 2/64, Boston; Susan G, Harrington 
2/64, Charlestown, One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at South Dennis Feb. 22, 1870, Vessel altered. 
J. A. P. Allen, surveyor. 

1144-: S.iRiiH I- -ILLS , schooner, of New Haven, Conn. Registured ^.ug. 7, 1866 - 
tonporary. Built at Port Jefferson, N. Y. in 1855. 153.8 tons; 
length 98.2 ft., breadth 27.2 ft., depth 8.8 ft. Master; Horace 
L. Tuttlc. Owners; Horcco L. Tuttlc 2/l6, Hczekiah Tuttle 9/15, 
Stephen S. Rowo l/l6 , I]ast Haven, Conn.; J. P. .^ugur 2/16, Jesse 
Luddingtcn 2/15, New liavcu, Conn. One deck, tvjo nasts, square stern, 
a billothead. Pr-vicusly enroll.,d :.t New E..ven, Conn. July 28, 1855. 

1145 '^ SiJfJi E. HiU ^. b-rk, tf N>...vj Bedford. Registered -.pr, 27, 1875 - 
l^ornanont. Built at lortluid. Lie. in 1849. 183.48 tons; length 
97.5 ft., breadth 23.3 ft., depth 10.5 ft. Master; Holder C. Slocun. 
. Owners: Gilbert & Gideon i.llen 4/32, Seth Booth 2/32, Loander 
Brightr-an 4/32, Clark Allen l/32, Sylvanus Churchill 2/32, Now Bedford; 
Otis Slocun 2/S2, Willi r. S. Srdth l/32, George W, Slocun 4/32, 
Holder C, Slocui;- 2/32, John 0. Slccu-i, Cuo.rdiau 3/32, Alfred Cornell 
2/32, Henry ... Slocun 2/32, VJillir.a R. Slocun 2/32, Dd-taouth; Benjexiin 
B. Church 1/32, Gcsnold, One deck, three i.r.sts, square stern, a bill- 
cthoad. Freviously enrolled at Portl.nd, I.'.e. Jvn. 8, 1875. Vessel 
altorod. 0. Snalley, surveyor. 



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Dark, of Now Bociford. R^-rjcisturcci Oct. 1, 1877 - porri::-- 
nont. Owners: Gilbert & Gidi">n. .xlljn 5/32, Gid-on ydlcn 2/32, 
Scth Booth 2/32, Lcandor lJri(:;hti.i:.n 1/32, Sylvcinus Churcliill 2/32, 
Now Bedford; Otis Slocu;v_ 2/32, ..'illicj,i S. S:.iith l/32, Goorco \J. 
S10CU..1 4/32, Eoldor C. Sloca-i l/32, Jolm 0. Slocvui, Gu£ rdian 2/32, 
iLlfrcd Cornell 2/32, H^nry ;^. Slocu::. 2/32, Willi cu:.i R. Slocu^i 2/32, 
Dc^rtriouth; Eonjaiiin B. Church l/32, Gosnold. 

S.AJ-I B. TiBB , schooner, of Now Bodfcrd. Rcgistorud Sept. 20, 1904 - 
pcjr:.nnont. Built at Bsscx in 1886. 74 tons; length 83,2 ft,, 
breadth 23 ft., depth 8,6 ft, liast^r: Julius Gonsalvos. Oivners: 
JoTios C. liarr, '.Jarchcxi, Ono dock, two i.asts, elliptic st^^rn, a bill- 
othcad, Iroviously enrolled at Irovidence, R. I, June 27, 1904. 

Schooner, of New Bodfcrd, Ho-registcrcd Nov, 24, 1906 - 
pori.i.anont , llastor: ^'..ntonio 0, Rcdrigucs, Owners: Joseph linna, 
'Jarehaa. 

Schooner, of Taunton. Re-recistc^red Oct. 22, 1907 - teai- 
pcrary, IJastor: lotcr Jock. Owners: Jai_:os I. Galli(;an Jr,, Taunton. 
Vessel abcndoned and scrapped in 1923. 

S/A'JI B. LEJIS , schooner, of Boston, Rej^isterod ^^urj, 25, 1875 - tor.i- 
porary. Built at Bssex in 1850. 86.8 tons; length 79.6 ft., breadth 

21.6 ft,, depth 8,1 ft. l.fcster: Charles B , B.'.rstcw, Ovmcrs : 
Heiian Siaith 6/8, Joshua G. Kickcrson l/8, Boston; Charles B. Barstow 
l/8, JIattapoisctt. One deck, two riasts, square storn, a billethead, 
Breviously registered at Boston Si^pt . 30, 1855. 

5.JL'JI 'J, IIUNT , schooner, of Hartford, Conn, Registered June 8, 1888 
- t^nporary. Built at ;":ath, lie, in 1573, 109,87 tons; length 

88.7 ft., breadth 24,7 ft,, depth 8,4 ft, uaster: Sanford S, Lliner, 
Owners: B, 1, lliner 8/G4, John S, Gray 15/64, Charles 11. Siiith 8/64, 
Saa'juel L, liay 8/64, J, Coolidga Bills S/64, Cassius u'ell^s 15/54, 
Hartford, Conji, Ono deck, tvjc Jk.sts, elliptic stern, a billethead, 
Ireviously regist^jr^d at Lliddlctown, Conn, Nov, 15, 1S82, 

Schooner, of Now Bedford, Re-registered Oct, 17, 1892 - 
peraanont, li-.ster: .^rthur 0, Gibbons, Owners: Tho.'.L.s Luco 12/16, 
Ncvi; ; cdford; Joseph N» Hancox 3/l5, Nathaniel H .ncox l/lS, Stonington, 
Conn, Ireviously registered at Stonington, Conn, ^..pr, 20, 1692, ^ 
Vessel sold foreign in 1896, 

SBx. BRBBZB , b;:rk, of New Bedford, Registered Oct, 2, 1875 - perna- 
nent. Built at Wow Bedford in 1853. 323,41 tons; lon^^th 123,3 ft,, 
breadth 29 ft,, depth 13,4 ft, iiaster: Willicai 1.1. Barnes, Owners: 
Jonathan Bourne Jr, S/8, Bdward C, Jones 1/E , B'illioai LI, B:rncs l/8. 
New Bedford, Tvjo docks, tiiree nasts, square st^rn, a billethe.d, 
Ireviously registered at New Bedford Oct. 17, 1CG5. (Cf, Vol. II) 

SBi'i. FLO'.TBR , schconer, cf Orleans. Registered IBir. 15, 1873 - te.n- 
porary. Built at Brookliaven, N. Y. in 1851. 99.5 tens; Length 
80,9 ft., breadth 24,5 ft., depth 7,3 ft, IBister: lj.nc]:loy Lincoln, 
Owners: Hinckley Lincoln 1/4, Jonathan Ycung l/4, Jcs-^ph K. Gould 
1/8, Jaaies irince l/l5, Ira rlay l/lu , Solor.cn Biggins l/l^, Tho:-:as 



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L. Nowcoi.xb 1/52, Josopl: CUiiirit^s 1/32, J.vxs C, i>.yc l/32, Ildauud 
I&iowlcs 1/52, Frooi:"i;.n ICnowlos l/32, ilizab^th KncvJloS l/3<i, Oi'lo.^na. 
One dock, two i.:.asts, square stern, c. billothoad. I'roviously (jh- 
rollod nt IrovidoncG , R. I. Mar, 12, 1872. 

1155 SILi FOX , bark, of Justport. Rogistcrod Ma.y 3, 18G7 - por:.an^nt. 
Tuilt ct Nov'j r.odford in 1651. l^o,35 tons; lunctL 93,4 ft., bror.dth 
22 ft., doptl: 12,1 ft. Master: Dcvid 3. Jallun. Owners: .^ndrow 
Hicks 8/52, Wostport; John Kicks o/52, H;.irs of l/illi-u C. liorco 
2/33, Doan & Dri.:,Gs 4/32, ^icliard Curtis 2/52, Tillin^licst Toi..pkins 
2/32, Hu-.ipl:rcy VJ, Soabury l/32, Gcor^o " .rnoy l/32, Now :.'.;dford; 
Alfred Rich'.rds 2/32, Tiverton, R. I.; Frederick ToKpkins 1/32, 
Haailten i:. Tonpkins 1/32, Newport, R. I, One deck, tlireu nasts, 
squaro stern, a billetkead, ircviously r^.'jistered at New Podford 
I.!ay 25, 18G5. (Of. Vol. II) 

1156 Park, of Uestport. Rc-rcsistered July 9, 1867 - periianent. 
Master; Joseph VI, Lavers, Owners: I'uidrew Hicks 8/32, Westport; 

John Hicks 8/32, Il^irs of 'iJ'illia.u C, lierco 2/52, Dean & .Dri^GS 4/32, 
Richard Curtis 2/52, Tillin^hast Tc:ipkins 2/32, IIu-:phroy '.J, Scabury 
1/32, Joseph \S, Layers l/32, New iiedford; Alfred Richards 2/32, 
Tiverton, R* I,; Frederick To.._pkins 1/32, Haaiilton B. To:-;pkins l/32, 
Newport, R. I, 

1157 : ark, cf Now I-edfcrd. Re-registered May 31, 1875 - perua- 
nent. Master: Otis F. E:nblin. Owners: Jclin I . Knowlcs 2d 8/32, 
Otis F. Ilraiblin 4/52, xitwood Ilclnes 4/32, Joseph Knowles 2/52, 

[ Rodolphus I-eetlo 2/52, JosL;ph G. Dean 2/32, Jciaes D. Drigcs 2/32, 

Richard Curtis 2/52, Nevj aedford; T'eriah Doane l/32, Jesse C. Deuno 
1/52, Orleans; ..Ifred Richards 4/32, Tiverton, R. I. 

1158 Park, of New Tedford. Rc-roGisterod Supt. 30, 1678- 
pcnianont. Master: Thomas H. Jenkins. O^vners: John P. Knowles 2d 
12/32, Atwood Holmes 4/32, Estate of Joseph Knowles 2/52, Rodolphus 
Beetle 2/32, Joseph G. Dean 2/32, James D. Driggs 2/52, Richard Curtis 
2/32, New Bedford; Beriah Doane l/32, Jesse C. Doane l/32, Orleans; 
Alfred Richards 4/32, Tiverton, R. I. 

59 Bark, of Nov; Bedford. Re-rogistered Juno^Se", 1862 - perma- 

nent* Master: Elihu C. Gifford. Ovmors: John P. ICnovjlcs 2d 10/32, 
Atwood Holmes 4/32, Estate of Joseph Kiiowles 2/52, Rodolphus Beetle 
2/32, James D. -LirigGS 2/32, Richard Curtis 2/32, Now Bedford; Elihu 
G, Gifford 4/32, Falmouth; Beriah Doane l/32, Jesse C. Doane l/32, 
Orleans; Alfrod Richards 4/32, Tiverton, R. I. 

JO Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registerod July 11, 1887 - perma- 

nent. 156.02 tonS4 Master: John N. Holmes. Ownors: John P. 
Kiiowles 2d 12/32, Estate of Atwood Holmes 4/32, Estate of Joseph 
Knowles 2/52, Rodolphus Beetle 2/32, James D. Driggs 2/52, New Bedford; 
Beriah Doane l/32, Jesse C. Doane 1/32, Orleans; Adelaide W. Holmes 
4/32, Mattapoisett; Alfred Richards 4/52, Tiverton, R, I. 

il Bark, of New Bedford. Re-register :^d Nov. 23, 1889 - perma- 

nent. Master: Nathaniel P. Sowle. Ovmers: Nathaniel P. Sowle 4/5, 
Hendrick R. Morse 1/5, New Bedford, Vessel sold foreign in 1890. 



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SSA QUEEN , bark, of Westport. Registered July 2, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Dartmouth in 1851. 195.21 tons; length 99.2 ft., breadth 
24 ft., depth 14.1 ft. Master; Charles C. Mooers. Owners; Andrew 
Hicks 8/32, Philip Rowland 2/32, Christopher A. Church 2/32, 
VJestport; Charles C. Mooers 2/32, Nantucket; John Hicks 8/32, Dean 
& Driggs 2/32, Richard Curtis 2/52, New Bedford; Frederick Tompkins 
2/32, Hamilton B.. Tompkins 2/32, Nevjport , R. I.; Estate of Nathaniel 
Tompkins 2/32, Littlo Compton, R. I. Two decks, three masts, square 
stern, a billethoad. Previously registered at New Bedford Sept. 17, 
1862. Vessel altered. J. B. Smith, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 

Bark, of VJcstport. RQ-rogistcrod Nov. 21, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Master: Edward E. Hicks. Owners: Andrew Hicks 10/32, 
Philip Rowland 2/32, VJcstport; Christopher A. Church 2/32, John 
Hicks 8/32, Dean & Driggs 2/32, Richard Curtis 2/32, Now Bedford; 
Frederick Tompkins 2/32, Hamilton B. Tompkins 2/32, Newport, R. I.; 
Estate of Nathaniel Tompkins 2/32, Little Compton, R, I. 

Bark, of Westport. Re-rogistured Oct. 22, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Master: Hozokiah Allen. Owners: Andrew Hicks 10/32, John 
Hicks 8/32, Darius P. Gardner 2/32, Joseph G. Dean l/32, James D. 
Driggs 1/32, Richard Curtis 2/52, New Bedford; B. Scabury 1/32, 
Frederick Tompkins 2/32, Hamilton B. Tompkins 2/32, E. B. Saabury 
1/32, Newport, R. I,; Estate of Nathaniel Tompkins 2/32, Littlo 
Compton, R. I. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-regist^rod Apr. 14, 1884 - perma- 
nent. Master: Joseph Thompson. Ovmors: John McCullouih 13/48, 
Antonc L. Sylvia 16/48, Rodolphus Beetle 7/48, Caleb L. Ellis 3/48, 
Joseph Thompson 3/48, David B. Kempton 6/48, New Bedford. Vessel 
condemned and sold at Mahc , Indian Ocean, in 1888. 

SEA RANGER , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 16, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built. at Rochester in 1864. 273.12 tons; length 106.8 ft,, 
breadth 27,3 ft,, depth 15 ft. Master: William Lewis. Owners: 
George F. Bartlett, Ivory H. Bartlett and Ivory H. Bartlett Jr. 
3/16, Jonathan Bourne Jr., l/l6, William J. Rotch l/l5, Zenas L, 
Adams l/l6, William Phillips & Son l/l6, Humphrey W, Seabury l/l6. 
New Bedford; Vlilliara Lewis l/l6, West Tisbury; Charles E. Hawes 7/l6, 
Little Compton, R. I. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a 
figurehead. Previously registered at Now York Jan. 4, 1864. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registerod Oct. 16, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Master: Charles E. Allen, Owners; George F. Bartlett, Ivory 
H. Bartlett, and Ivory H. Bartlett Jr. 4/l6, William Phillips & Son 
2/16, Zonas L. Adams 2/l6, Humphrey W. Seabury l/l6, Jonathan 
Bourne Jr. l/l6, William J. Rotch l/l6, New Bedford; Charles E*' Alien 
2/16, r.J2» Adams 2/l5, Nantucket, Charles Brewer & Co. 1/16, Boston. 

Bark, of New Bedford, Rc-rogisterod May 18, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Owners: George F. Bartlett and Ivory H. Bartlett Jr. 4/l6, 
William Phillips & Son 2/16, Zenas L. Adams 2/16, Huraphrcy W. 
Seabury l/l5, Jonathtoi Bourne Jr. l/l6, William J. Rotch 1/16, New 
Bedford; Charles E, Allen 2/16, F. E. Adams l/l6, Franklin Nickorson 
l/l6, Nantucket; Charles Brewer & Co, 1/16, Boston. 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June oO, 1374 - perxiia- 
nent. Ifester: John ¥. Cornell, Owners: George F, Bartlett and 
Ivory K. Bartlett Jr., 4/1&, Vftlliam Phillips & Son 2/16, Zenas L. 
Adams 2/16, Huinphrey W. Seabury l/l6 , Jonathan BournG Jr. l/lS, 
VJilliam J. Rotch l/l6, New Bedford. Names of additional ovmcrs not 
available. 

Bark, of Nevj Bedford. RG-rosist->r&d July 5, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Master; Stephen Flanders. Owners; George F. BPirtlott 3/l6, 
Ivory K. Bartlett Jr. 1/16, iiifillif.ua Phillips & Son 2/l6, Zon^iS L. 
Adams 2/l6, Euiaphroy ¥. Soabury l/l6, Jonathan Bourne Jr. l/lo, 
William J. Rotch l/lo, William Lewis 3/16, Ngvj Bedford; ; Charles E. 
Allen 1/16, Charles Bxo' :oT c, Co, l/lG, Boston, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-r.::£istercd Apr. 14, 1879 - perma- 
nent. OT-'mers; George F. Birtlott 5/16, Willi..m Lovds l/l6, Ivory 
H. Bartlett Jr. l/l6, William Phillips & Son 2/16, Zcnas L. Adams 
2/16, Hum.phrey W, Seabury l/lo, Jonathan Bourne l/l6, William J. 
Rotch l/l6, Now Bedford; Chr.rl:.s 2. iVll-n l/lo, Charles Brewer & 
Co. 1/16, Boston 

Bark, of Novj Bedford. Rc-rcgist jrjd ivJay 31, 1879 - perma- 
nent. Master: John N. Holmes. Owners; George F. Bartlett 5/16, 
Gideon N. Bartlett 1/32, Ivory K. Bartlett Jr. l/l6, William Phillips 
& Son 2/16, Zenas L. Adams 2/16, Humphrey W, Seabury l/l6, Jonathan 
Bourne l/l6, William J. Rotch 1/16, New Bedford; Charles E. Allen 
1/16, Charles Brewer & Co. l/l6 , Boston; John N. Holmes l/32, 
Ivlattapoisett. 

Bark, of Nevij Bedford. Re-registered May 17, 1884 - perma- 
nent. Owners; George F. Bartlett 11/32, Estate of Ivory H. 
Bartlett Jr. 2/32, William Phillips & Son 4/32, Estate of Zcnas L, 
Adams 4/32, Humphrey V, Soabury 2/32, Jonathan Bourne 2/32, William 
J. Rotch 2/32, Nevif Bedford; Estate of Charles E, Allen 2/32, Charles 
Brewer & Co. 2/52, Boston; Thomas Luce l/32, Mattapoisett. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Jan. 13, 1885 - perma- 
nent. 259.46 tons. Master: Ellery Manchester. Owners; George 
F. Bartlett 22/32, William Phillips & Son 4/32, Humphrey W. Seabury 
2/32, Jonathan Bourne 2/32, VJilliam J. Rotch 2/32, Hew Bedford. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov, SI, 1888 - perma- 
nent. Master: Jesse T. Sherman, Owners; George F. Bartlett 18/32, 
Jonathan Bourne 2/32, Gilbert Allen 4/32, Edward E. Hitch 2/32, 
Frank R. Hadley 2/32, L. L F. R. Brightman l/32, Clarence H, 
Bartlett 1/32, New Bedford; Samuel Foster 2/32, San Francisco, Calif. 

SEINE, bark, of Now Bedford. Registered June 1, 1872 - permanent. 
Built at Saybrook, Conn, in 1818, 234,75 tons; length 90 ft., 
breadth 26,6 ft., depth 16 ft, Master: Edward P, Shiverick, 
Oivners: John P, Knowles 2d 45/64, Sylvanus Churchill 2/54, Atwood 
Holmes 8/64, New Bedford; James H. Knowles 4/64, Seth Knovjles 2/64, 
Eastham; Albert 0. Smith 2/64, George H. Loyle l/64, Boston. Two 
decks, three masts, square stern, a man bust head. Previously reg- 
istered at New Bedford Nov, 1, 1865. (Cf . Vol. I & II) 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 19, 1875 - per- 
manent, I.Iaster: H. D. Kovjland. Owners: John P. Knowles 2d 45/64, 
Sylvanus Churchill 2/84, Atwood Holmes 8/64, Joseph Knowles 4/64, 
New Bedford; Seth Knowles 2/64, jlastham; Albert 0. Smith 2/64, 
George H. Doyle l/64, Boston, 

BEirk, of New Bedford, Re-re-istered May 23, 1877 - permanent. 
Master: H. A. V/hite. Owners: John P, Knowles 2d 45/64, Robert G, 
Churchill 2/64, Atwood Holmes 8/64, Estate of Joseph Knowles 4/64, 
New Bedford; Seth Knowles 2/64, Eastham; Albert 0. Smith 2/64, George H. 
Doyle 1/64, Boston. 

hark, of Nuw Bedford. Ro-rogi stored July 21., 1880 -porma- 
nont, liastor; Edward G. Llacombcr. Owners: John P. Knovjles 2d 
38/64, Robert G. Churchill 2/64, Atwood Holmes 8/64, Estate of 
Joseph Knowles 4/64, Nevj Bedford; Seth linowles 2/54, Eastham; Albert 
0. Smith 2/64, Boston; Edvjard G. iJacomber 8/64, Warren R. I. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registsred Oct. 27, 1883 - perma- 
nent. 223.01 tons, faster: Horace F. Smith, Owners: John P. 
Knowles 2d 32/54, Estate of Joseph ICnowles 4/64, New Bedford; Suth 
Knowles 2/64, Eastham; Albert 0. Smith 2/64, Boston; Horace P. Smith 
16/64, Dartmouth; Edward G, Macomber 8/54, VJarren, R. I. Vessel lost 
in 1884. 

SELAH, bark, of Fairhavon. Rcgistorod Liay 26, 1865 - permanent. 
Built at Scituate in 1848. 185.76 tons; length 95.5 ft., breadth 
24 ft., depth 9.8 ft. I.iaster: Heman N. Stuart. Owners: Benjamin 
H. Chase 1/8, Heman N. Stuart 1/8, Alfred Jenney 1/16, Henry Clay 
1/32, Phineas E. Terry 1/8, Isaac Terry 1/16, Robert Bennett 1/16, 
John A. Hawes l/lS, Ellery T. Taber 1/16, Fairhaven; Frederick T. 
Keith 1/32, Caleb L. Ellis l/l6, William G. Blackler 1/8, Paul S, 
Hathaway 1/32, William S. Brownell l/32. New Bedford. Two docks, 
three masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at 
Boston June 13, 1865. Vessel readmeasurcd. J, B, Smith, surveyor. 
Bark, of Fairhaven. Ro-rogistorod July 27, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Liastor: Gorham 3. Howes, Owners: Benjamin H. Chase l/8, 
Phineas E. Terry 1/8, Gorham B. Howes 1/8, Estate of Heman N. Stuart 
1/8, Alfred Jenney l/l6, Ellery T. Taber l/l6, Robert Bennet l/l6, 
Isaac Terry l/l6, Fairhaven; Asa Tobey l/l6, Falmouth; Caleb L. 
Ellis 1/16, Antone L. Sylvia l/32, Henry Clay l/52. New Bedford; 
William S. Brovmell 1/3^;, Dartmouth; Frederick T. Keith 1/32, New 
York, Vessel condemned and sold abroad in 1873. 

SENATOR, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Doc. 14, 1920 - perma- 
nent. Built at Essex in 1893. 74 tons; length 94.8 ft., breadth 
24.5 ft., depth 10.2 ft. Liastor: Peter G. Lartins. Owners; Cesar 
A. Pinto, Phillip N. Scares, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, ellip- 
tic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at Gloucester Nov. 26, 
1920. 

SENATOR SULLIVAN , schooner, of Boston. Registered Aug, 18, 1896 - 
temporary. Built at Boston in 1890. 654,41 tons; length 164,2 ft., 
breadth 35.2 ft., depth 15.8 ft. Master: Willis ClEJrk, Owners: 
Walter E, Crockett 8/64, William F, Green 41/128, Richard T. Green 
1/128, John H, Sullivan 10/64, Jacob LI. Haskell 3/64, Joshua Baker 



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and Frank Harrington 4/64, John W&ltor l/64 , Arthur P. Friend l/64, 
Allen Dartley l/64, N. T. Gorham l/64, Lewis LOid Florence Nolan a/G4, 
John Hutchins 1/54, Zdward T, Fearing l/64, S. Morse l/54, 17i]liam 
'7atcrs Jr. 1/54, S. S. .Vhiton & ITalton Hall l/64, Joseph Caldi^jell 
1/54, Boston; Luthor A. Roby 3/64, Nashua, N, K. ; Elijah Houghton 
& vJilliaxn "Jatson 3/64, Nevj York. Two decks, four masts, elliptic 
stern, a billcthead. Previously enrolled at Now York Liar. 23, 1895, 

SEKSCA, bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 15, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Baltimore, iM. in 1847. 328.48 tons; length 115.9 ft,, 
breadth 27 ft., depth 15,8 ft. Master: Edmund Kelley. Owners: 
Loum Snow Jr. 11/32, Loum Snow 16/32, Joseph Taber 2/32, Allan & 
yhitney 2/32, New Bedford; William A. Case 1/32, Little Compton, R, I. 

Tvjo decks, three masts, square stern, a billothead. Previously 
enrolled at Baltimore, Lid, Ivlay 21, 1869, Vessel abandoned in the 
Arctic (fcean in 1871, 

SPARTiiN , bark, of Now Bedford. Registorod July 9, 1869 - pcrmanont. 
•^uilt at Rochester in 1821, 293,74 tons; length 104,4 ft,, breadth 
27,3 ft,, depth IS. 7 ft. IJastor: Edwin R. Osgood. Owners: David 
B. Kempton 4/32, Rodolphus Beetle 4/32, Alexander H, Scabury 2/32, 
Alfred M, ChapiOc^n 2/52, Pelog Slocum 4/32, ifilliam J, Rotch 2/32, 
T, S, Corson l/32, Otis A, Sisson 1/32, Edwin R. Osgood 2/32, 
Rowland & Coggoshall 3/32, New Bedford; C, E. Hawcs 5/32, Thaddcus 
Church 2/32, Little Compton, R, I. Tvvo decks, three masts, square 
stern, a billethcad. Previously registered at New Bedford Nov. 21, 
1864. Vessel readmeasurod. Lawrence Grinnoll, surveyor. (Cf. 
Vol. II) 

Bark, of Nexv Bedford. Ro-rugisturcd Liay 11, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Master: Orlando J. Tripp. Ovmcrs: Charles H. Gifford 5/32, 
Charles S. Randall 8/32, Abbott P. Smith 4/32, Frederick 3, Allen 
4/32, William Lewis 2/32, Nathaniel i^dams 2/32, Charles Tabor 2/32, 
Benjamin T, Cuiimings 2/32, New Bedford; Orlando J, Tripp 2/32, 
Wostport; Thomas ?, R, Cartland 1/32, Boston, Vessel condemned and 
sold abroad. 

SPRING BIRD , schooner, of Provincetown. Registered Nov. 10, 1885 - 
temporary. Built at Newburyport in 1870. 76,02 tons; length 
78 ft., breadth 22.3 ft., depth 8.1 ft. Llaster: Jolm Gomes. 
Owners: Frederick T. Doggett 49/96, James Doggett 23/96, Martha 
Beattey 3/96, Anna T. Doane 3/96, Adam LIcCool 6/95, Provincetown: 
John & S. N. Rich 6/95, Joseph B. Severance & Allen S. Haley 5/95, 
Boston, One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Barnstable Nov, 22, 1881,- 

STAFFORD, bark, of New Bedford, Registered Nov. 26, 1867 - perma- 
nent. Built at Kingston in 1848. 155.85 tons; length 93.3 ft., 
breadth 23,5 ft., depth 10.5 ft. Llaster: Daniel F. Ricketson. 
Owners: Joseph & William R. Wing 9/32, Thomas Nye Jr. 10/32, Eben 
Perry 2/32, Christopher A. Church 2/32, ^--masa Whitney 2/32, John 
Wing 1/32, Hirar,! W. Wentvrorth l/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, E. B. 
& F. Llacy l/32, New Bedford; Williaiii C. N. Swift 2/52, Dartmouth. 
One deck, three masts, square stern, a billothead. Previously reg- 
istered at New Bedford Ifov. 18, 1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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1190 Bai-k, of New Bedford. Re-repistered Sept. 15, 1870 - 
perraanent. Ovmers: 'Tilliam R. & Joseph YJing 9/32, Thomas Nye Jr. 
6/32, Eben Perry 2/32, Christopher A. Church 2/32, Amasa Tfhitncy 
4/32, John Wing l/32, Hiram ^'J. YJentworth l/3£, John R. Shurtlett 
2/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, Now Bedford; Hilliara C. N. Sv;ift 2/32, 
Dartmouth; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, Gosnold. 

1191 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rcgistercd June 28, 1873 - per- 
manent. Master: Edward A. King. Owners: William R. & Joseph TJing 
11/32, Eben Perrj'- 2/32, Amasa mitney 4/32, John Uin^: 2/S2, John R. 
Shurtlett 2/32, E. B. & F. Macy l/32, Edv/ard D. Mandoll 4/32, Edward 
A. King 2/32, Nev/ Bedford; Benjam.in B. Church 2/32, Gosnold; Vj'illiam 

I C. N. Swift 2/32, Dartmouth. 

1192 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rogistcrcd Sept. 1, 1879 - penria- 
neut. amors: TJilliam R. & Joseph u±r\g. 11/32, William C.n, Swift 
2/32, Alexander H. Sea bury 2/32, Aiaasa VHiitney 4/32, John Wing 2/32, 
John R. Shurtleff 2/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, Edv.'ard D. Mandell 4/32, 
Edward A. Kin,s 2/32, New Bedford; Benjamin B. Church 2/32, Gosnold. 

1193 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 9, 1884 - per- 
manent. 148.06 tons. Master: Antone Viera. Owners: 'Jilliam R. 
& Joseph Wing 8/32, Edvrard D. Mandell 4/32, Charles Taber 4/32, 
Estate of Amasa ''mitney 4/32, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, John Wing 2/32, 
E.B, & F. Macy l/32, Albert F. Church l/32, Antone Viera 3/32, 
Alexander H. Seabury 2/32, New Bedford; Charles C. Church l/32, 
Gosnold. 

1194 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 30, 1886 - per- 
manent. Master: Samuel R. Hoivland. Owners: Williara R. & Joseph 
Wing 8/32, Edward D. Mandell 4/32, H.S. IThitney 4/32, Charles Taber 
4/32, Alexander H, Seabury 2/38, John R. Shurtleff 2/32, John Wing 
2/32, Albert F. Church l/32, E.B. & F. Macy l/32, Antone L. Sylvia 
1/32, Samuel R. Hov/land l/32. New Bedford; Charles C. Church l/32, 
Gosnold; Humphrey A, Shockley l/32, Fall River. 

119541 STAMBOUL, bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 14, 1866 - permanent. 
SuIrTaT Medford in 1843. 860.44 tons; length 106.2 ft., breadth 
25 ft,, depth 14.5 ft. Master: Reuben Kelley. Owners: Joshua C. 
Hitch 2/32, Charles Hitch 3/32, Edward E. Hitch l/38, Alexander H. 
Seabury 4/32, Eben Perry 2/32, William J. Norton 2/32, Andrew H. Potter 
2/32, William J. Rotch 2/32, John R. Thornton 2/32, Richard Curtis 2/32, 
Dean & Driggs 2/52, Stephen G. Driscoll 2/32, New Bedford; William C.N. 
Swift 2/32, Dartmouth; Reuben Kelley 4/32, Groton, 'Tvio decks, three 
masts, square stern, a soldier bust head. Previously registered at 
Boston May 23, 1865. Vessel readiaeasured. J. B. Smith, surveyor. 

1196 Bark, of Nev; Bedford. Ro-rogistered May 27, 1874 - permanent. 

Master: Horace Montross. Qi'mers: Joshua C. Hitch I/I6, Charles Hitch 
1/16, Alexander H. Seaburj' 2/I6, William J. Rotch I/I6, John R. Thornton 
1/16, Stephen G. Driscoll I/I6, Dean & Driggs I/I6, William J. Norton 
1/16, William C. N. Sv/ift 2/I6, Joseph Vera I/I6, Ebon Perry 2/l6, Now 
Bedford; Horace Montross I/I6, Nev; York; Reuben Kelley I/I6, Iowa. 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 20, 1877 - per- 
manent. Master: Jetur R. Rogers. Qi-Ajners: Joshua C. Hitch 1/16, 
Charles Hitch 2/l5, Alexander H. Seabury 2/l6, VJilliam J, Rotch 
1/15, John R. Thornton l/l6, Stephen G. Driscoll 1/16, William C. 
N. Sv;ift 2/16, Joseph Vera l/l6, Sben Ferry 2/16, Joseph G. Dean 
1/32, James Driggs l/32, vJilliam J. Norton l/l6, Nevj Bedford; 
Reuben Kelley l/l6, Iowa, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-registored Aug. 30, 1381 - perma- 
nent. Ovjners: Joshua C. Hitch l/S, Estate of Charles Hitch l/8, 
Alexander H. Seabury l/S, William J. Rotch l/l6, John R. Thornton 
l/l6, Stephen G. Driscoll l/l6, Joseph G, Dean l/52, James Driggs 
1/32, William J. Norton 1/15, William C. N. Swift l/8, Joseph Vjra- 
1/16, Sb^n Perry l/8, New Bedford. 

Bark, of Nevj Bedford. Re-re. _,istered Nov. 11, 1881 - per- 
manent. Masters: John Keenan. Owners: Joshua C. Hitch 4/32, 
Francis Hathaway 4/32, Horatio Hathaway 4/32, Charles Taber 4/32, 
Simeon Doane 4/32, William F. Potter & Co. 2/32, Alexander H. 
Se.-bury 2/32, WilliGju J. Rotch 2/32, James Driggs 1/32, New Bedford; 
Benjamin B. Church l/32, Gosnold; William C. N. Swift 4/32, Dartmouth. 

STAR C/iSTLE , brig, of i'airhaven. Registered llay 11, 1867 - perma- 
nent. Date and place built not available. Registered by authority 
of Secretary of Treasury. 116.28 tons; length 83.1 ft., breadth 
23 ft., depth 10 ft, Liaster: Henry Clay. Qivners; Lewis S. Judd, 
Fairhaven.aM Tucker Damon Jr. l/4, Henry Clay 1/4, John Perry l/4, 
Antone L. Sylvia l/4, Nevj Bedford. One deck, two masts, square 
stern, no figurehead. Previously registered at Now London, Conn. 
Mar. 6, 1867. Vessel condemned and sold foreign in 1870. 

STARLIGHT , brig, of Tisbury. Registered Mar. 12, 1867 - temporary. 
Date and place built not available. Formerly a British vessel; 
wrecked in American waters, repaired, and registered by U. S. citi- 
zens. 141.02 tons; length 92.1 ft., broudth 24.7 ft., depth 10.5 ft. 
Master: VJilliam Buckley. Owners: William Buckley 1/2, 5'rank D. 
Clark 1/2, Tisbury. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. 

Brig, of New Bedford. Re-re gist .rod Apr. 30, 1867 - per- 
manent. Master: Frederick Slocum. Owners: Charles S. fiand^-ill 
4/I6, Eb^n Ferry 2/l6, Edward P. Haskell l/lo, Simeon Doane I/I6 , 
William J. Norton I/I6, New Bedford; Frederick Slocum 4/l6, 
Fairhaven; John A. Beckermon 3/l6, Focasset. 

Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered July 5, 1870 - per- 
manent. Ivlast^jr: Reuben W. Crapo. OTrvners: Charles S. Randall 
8/16, Eben Ferry 2/15, Edwai-d F. Haskell I/I6, William J. Norton 
I/I6, Simeon Doane I/I6, Nev; Bedford; John A. Beckerman 3/16, 
Focasset, 

STARR laKG , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered June 4, 1892 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1853. ^ 60.75 tons; length 71.5 ft., 
breadth 20»3 ft., depth 7.5 ft. Master: J. B. Foster. Ovmers : 
Thomas Luce, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled at Provincetown Apr. 6, 1892. 



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SchoonLir, of iMow Bodford. Ro-registGrcd July 9, 1E9'6 - 
permanent. Mastor: J. 17. Budington. Owners: Charlos T. Luco l/8, 
Thomas Luco & Charles T. Luce 6/8, Now Bedford; G'osoph N. Hancoi: 
1/8, Stonington, Conn. 

Schooner, of Ngvj Bedford. Ru-rcgi stored Juno 26, 1897 - 
permanent. Mast^^r: A. J. Senna. Owners: A. J. Scnno 1/2, J. J. 
Oliveira 1/2, New Bedford. Vessel sold foreign in 1897 

ST^IA, bark, of New Bedford. Refilstered July 9, 1866 - pernanent. 
Built at Baltimore, Md. in 1847. 269.58 tons; length 114.7 ft., 
breadth 25,9 ft., depth 13.2 ft. Master: Sbenezer F. Nye. Owners: 
Loum Snow 3/52, Thomas Cook 2/52, Charles L. VJood 2/32, Oliver 
& George 0. Crocker 8/32, Isaac ¥. Sawtelle 2/52, Cornelius Davenport 
2/32, Kevj Bedford; Ebenezer F. Nye 8/32, Sandwich. Two docks, three 
masts, square stern, a billethoad. Proviovisly registered at Nevj 
Bedford July 7, 1664. Vessel roadmcasurod. J. B. Smith, surveyor. 
Vessel lost Aug. 14, 1867. (Cf. Vol. II) 

STEFHSN Y'JAT mi.iM, schooner, of Konnebunk, Me. Rogistorod Apr. 15, - 
1872 - temporary. Built ot Guilford, Conn, in 1847. 62.45 tons; 
length 64.9 ft., breadth 22.1 ft., depth 7 ft. Master: Abner 
Boothby. Owners: Abner Boothby, Kennebunk, Ii/Ie. One deck, two masts, 
square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New Bedford I'eb. 
10, 1869. 

S TONEIiORSE , schooner, of Now Bedford. Registered Sept. 24, 1937 - 
permanent. Built at Boston in 1891. Formerly, TJ. S. Lightship #47. 
184 tons; length 114.3 ft., breadth 27.2 ft., depth 12.4 ft. Master: 
J^ames \I, Clarke. O^^ners; James IT, Clarke, Ncii/ Bedford. One deck, 
two masts, elliptic stern, a pldin head. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Nov. 29, 1957 - 
permanent. Master: James W. Clarke. Owners: Stonehorse iJhaling 
Corporation, James Vf. Clarke, Frefddont, Nevj Bedford, 

STRONGER, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 26, 1957 - perma- 
nent. Built at Essex in 1903. 51 tons; length 73.6 ft., breadth 
19.4 ft., depth 9.1 ft. Master: Benjaiiiin Costa, Ovmers: Manuel 
Da Lomba, Now Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a billet- 
head. Previously enrolled at Nevj Bedford Juno 16', 1936. 

SUNBEAl^;! , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Juiie 5, 1868 - permanent. 
'^Built at Rochester in 1855. 255.51 tons; length 105.4 ft., bre>..dth 
27.3 ft., depth 15.2 ft. Master: Thomas N. Fisher. Owners: Joseph 
& William R. Wing 8/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/32, Amasa V/hitnoy 
2/32, Sullings & Kingman 2/52, Jonathan Bourne Jr. l/32, Joseph 
Taber 1/64, John Wing 1/64, Now Bedford; Estate of Edward M. 
Robinson 4/32, Abner H. Davis 6/32, New York; Benjarrdn C. Cromwell 
1/32, Tisbury; Susan Cromwell l/32, Chilmork; Thomas N. Fishor l/l6, 
Edgartown. Two decks, three masts, squar.; st^rn, a billothuad. Pre- 
viously registered at Nevj Bedford Nov. 1, 1854. Vess^il readmwasurod. 
Lawrence Grinnell, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 2, 1671 - periaa- 
nent. Master: Joseph Vf. Lavers. Owners: Joseph & William R. 
Wing 11/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/32, Amasa ViThitney 2/33, 
Sailings & KingrD.an 2/52, Jonathan Bourne Jr. l/32, Joseph Tabor l/32, 
Edward D. Mandell 6/:)2, Joseph W. Lavers 2/52, John Wing l/52, Hew 
Bedford; Benjamin C. Cror/Mell l/32, Susan Cromwell l/32, Tisbury. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-regi stored May 1, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Master: Benjamin Gifford. Ownors: Joseph & William R. Wing 
10/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/52, Amasa Whitney 2/32, Sullings 
& Kingman 2/32, Joiiatluva Bourne Jr.l/52, Bonjamin C. Cromwell l/32, 
Susan Cromwell l/52, Joseph Tabor 1/32, Edward D. Mandoll 6/32, John 
Wing l/32, Charles Tabor 2/52, Now Bedford; Benjamin a, ■Church l/52, 
Gosnold. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-rogistorod July 8, 1878 - porma- 
nont. Master: Eri^d-^rick I. Tab^r. OV'Vnors: William R. & Joseph 
Wing 9/32, Amasa ■.'hitnoy S/32, Sullings & Kingman 2/32, Jonathan 
Bourne Jr. l/32, Jos...ph Tabor 2/32, Edward D. Maudcll 5/32, Charles 
Taber 5/32, John VJing 1/32, Now Bedford; Bonjamin B. Church l/32, 
Gosnold; Benjamin C. Cromwell 1/32, Susan Cromwell 1/52, Tisbury. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug, 23, 1885 - perma- 
nent. 242.54 tons. Master: George W. J. Moulton, Owners: WillieJii 
R. & Joseph Wing 9/32, Edward D, Mandell 6/52, Charles Taber 6/32, 
Henry S. Whitney 2/32, Sullings & Kingman 2/32, Edward S. Taber 2/32, 
Jonathan Bourne l/32, John Wing l/32. Estate of Benjamin B. Church 
1/32, New Bedford; Benjamin C. Cromwell l/32, Susan Cromwell 1/32, 
Tisbury. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-regist red Aug, 11, 1890 - perma- 
nent. l\1aster: George A. Smith. Owners: William R, & Joseph Wing 
10/52, Edward D. Mandell 6/32, Estate of Charles Taber 5/52, George 
F. Kingman 1/32, Edward S, Taber 2/32, Estate of Jonathan Bourne 
1/32, John Wing I/S-j, Estate of Albert F. Church 1/64, Now Bedford; 
Bcnjaiiiin C. Cromwell l/32, Susan Croffi!.voll l/32, Tisbury; Charles 
C. Church l/54, Gosnold; Henry S. •:hitnuy 2/32, Now York, 

Bark, of Now Bedford, Re-registered Aug, 51, 1893 - perma- 
nent. Master; Charles Childs. Owners: 'William R. & Joseph Wing 
10/32, Edward D. Mandell 6/32, Estate of Charles Taber 6/52, Edward 
S. Taber 2/32, John Wing 2/32, Goerge F. Kingraan l/32. Estate of 
Albert F. Church l/64, New Bedford; Edward F. Potter 2/52, Dartmouth; 
Benjamin C. Cromell l/32 , ^usan Cromwell l/52, Tisbury; Charles C. 
Church 1/64, Gosnold. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 2, 1901 - perma- 
nent. Master: VJillisjn I, Shockley, Owners: William R, Wing 9/52, 
Edward D, Mandoll 6/52, Estate of Charles Tabor 6/52, John V/ing 
2/52, Rodolphus Beetle 1/52, Estate of Albert F, Church 1/64, Now 
Bedford; William I. Shockley 4/52, Acushnot ; Edward F. Potter 2/32, 
Dartmouth; Susan Cromwell l/52, Tisbury; Charles G, Church 1/64 
Gosnold. 

Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Aug, 20, 1904 - perma- 
nent. Master: Benjaniin A, Higgins. Owners: Vvilliam R, w'ing 15/52, 
Edward D, Ivlandell 6/52, Estate of Charles Taber 6/52, John Wing 2/52, 
Rodolphus Beetle l/52. Estate of Albert F. Church l/64. New Bedford; 
Edward F, Potter 2/52, Dartmouth; Susan Cromwell 1/32, Tisbury; 



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221 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rG§;i stared Sept 5, 1906 - perma- 

nent. Master: Thomas McKenzie. Owners: VJilliam R. l.'ing 25/32, 
John Wing 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle l/32, Albert F. Church l/64, New 
Bedford; Charles C. Church 1/64, Gosnold; Edward F. Jotter 4/32, 
DartniDuth; Susan Cromvifell l/32, Tisbury. 

322 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-re£,istered Oct. 19, 1909 - perma- 

nent. Piaster: John Z Silva. Owners: John Z. Silva, New Bedford. 

223 Bark, of Frovincetown. Ro-rGgistered Oct. 19, 1911 - temp- 

orary. Master: Isaac Azulay. Owners: Isaac Asulay, Frovincetovm. 

324 SURF RI SE, schooner, of New Bedford. Registered May 1, 1378 - perma- 
nent. Built at JSssex in 18t;3. 55.74 tons; length &3.1.ft., breadth 
18.7 ft«, depth 7.4 ft. Master: Joseph S. Gelett. Owners: Robert 
G. Churchill 5/32, H. N. Dean 2/32, c". L. Spencer 6/32, Thomas ¥. 
Swift 2/32, Frank Rodriques 4/32, Charles K. Wood 3/32, James Doull 
2/52, Joseph F. Lixna 4/32, Nev; Bedford; Estate of Benjamin Butman 
4/32, Fairhaven. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. 
Previously enrolled at New .Bedford Nov. 22, 1S7V. 

325 Schooner, of New Bedford. Ro-rogistered Oct. 14, 1878 - 
permanent. Owners: Robert G. Churchill 5/32, H. N. Dean 2/32, C. 
L. Spencer 6/32, ThOLas W. Swift 2/32, Frank Rodriquos 4/32, Charles 
H. Wood 3/32, Jamus Doull 2/32, Joseph F. Lima 4/32, New Bedford; 
Estate of Benjamin Butman 2/32, Charles F. Howard l/32, Harriot A, 
Gvi^l&tt 1/32, Fairhaven. 

226 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 6, 1881 - 
permanent. Master: Edgar W, Crapo. Owners: Robert G. Churchill 
5/32, Joseph F. Lima 4/32, James A. W"ood 3/32, Charles H. Wood 3/32, 
C. L. Spencer 6/32, Thomas W. Swift 2/32, H. N. Dean 2/32, Willard 
Nye 2/32, Selmar Eggers l/32, Charles F. EoVJard l/32, Henry E. 
litirrctt , 1/32, James Doull 2/32, New Bedford. Vessel wrecked on 
Basket Island, Terra del Fiago. 

227 SWALLOW, bark, of Nevj Bedford. Registered Juno 28, 1869 - permanent. 
Built at Fairhaven in 1856. 326,91 tons, length 118.6 ft., breadth 
28.3 ft., depth 17.2 ft. Master: "vJillard W. Rider. Owners: 
William Watkins 5/l6, Edward C. Jones 8/I6, Oliver & George 0. Crocker 
2/I6, Caleb xJithony I/I6, Nevj Bedford. Two decks, three masts j square 
stern, a sw^llovj head. Previously registered at .New Bedford Sept. 8, 
1865. (Cf. Vol. II) 

228 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr, 17, 1876 - per- 
manent. Master: Thomas L. Ellis. Owners; WilDiai'aC. N, Swift, New- 
Bedford. Previously registered at Boston Oct. 20, 1873. 

i29 Bark, of Now Bedford. Ro-rogisturod Oct. 14, 1878 - per- 

manent. Master: Jesse T, Sherman. Owners: William C. ^. Swift 
14/16, Frederick Swift I/I6, New Bedford; William H, Aiken I/I6 , 
Dartmouth. 

-50 Bark, of Boston. Ro-re^,istcred May 9, 1894 - temporary. 

310.56 tons. Master: 3. D. Clovoland. Owners: Richard T. Green, 
Boston. 

231 Bark, of New Bedford. Rc-rcgisterod Nov. 3, 1899 - perma- 

nent. Master: H-^ndrick W. Morse, Own'..rs: Nathaniel P. Sowlc 
53/64, Kendrick W. Morse S/64, Rodolphus Beetle 2/64, Now Bedford; 
Richard T. Greon l/54, Boston. Previously rugister..;d at Boston Aug, 
25, 1897, 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-re gistc,red Aug. 3, 1900 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Nathaniel F. So«le S^V^'i, Hendrick V/. Morse 8/64, 
Roaolphus Beetle 2/54, Edwin A, Douglas 1/64, Ivlanuel Enos 2/64, M. 
Pope V/ood 3/64, Mary L. Dean l/64, William P. unison & Allen E. 
Wordell 1/64, Frederick A. Sowle 10/64, George S. Taber 1/64, Charles 
A. B. Peterson l/64, Orion E. CoYil 1/64, New Bedford; Richard T. 
Green l/64, Boston. Previously enrolled at Brunswick, Ga. March 29, 
1900. 

SYLVIA C. HALL , schooner, of New Haven, Conn. Registerud Aug. 24, 
1910 - temporary. Built at Bridgeport, Conn, in 1891. 285 tons; 
length 147.8 ft., breadth 35 ft., depth 11 ft. Master: /urthur E. 
Gray. Owners: Arthur H. Gray 6/64, Deor Isle, ISe.; E. H. VJeavor 
9/64, Frank VI. Pardee 4/64, Potor J. Cronan 2/64, E. P. Avory 2/64, 
Jeremiah Smith & Sons, Inc. 2/64, Lyman M. Law 2/64, Isaac E. Brown 
2/64, Mnnio ■..'. Hurlburt 2/64, Anthony & Sarah Skinner 2/64, Charles 

E. Brown 2/64, Franlc J. Mansfield 1/64, IJilli-am F. Uansfiold l/64, 
William E. Eill l/64, Gcorgo E. Eubb^rd l/64, Ifilliam H. Miller l/64, 
Betsey E. Hubbard l/54, John J. Disbro'v 1/64, Aurilia Griff ing 1/64, 
J. D. Dowell Jr. l/64. New Haven, Conn.; May E. C;imp 1/64, VJaterbury, 
Conn.; Henry Sitza 2/64, Daniel Seward 3/54, Edward J. Morgan 1/64, 
Kallia E. Bean 2/64, Bridgeport, Conn.; James 0. May 2/64, Naugatuck, 
Conn.; John Griffing 2/64, Sarah L. Sears 2/64, Newtown, Conn.; 
Charles H. llilford 3/64^ Albert Grsnniss 2/54, Branford, Conn. One 
deck, three masts, sq.uare stern, a billetheod. Previously enrolled 
at New Baven, Conn. Sept. 3, 1908. 

SYREN , ship, of New Bedford. Registered June 18, 1877 - purmanent. 
Built at Medford in 1851. 875.93 tons; length 177 ft., broidth 
36 ft., depth al.2 ft. Master: George L. yoods. Owners: George 

F. Bartlett & Ivory E. Bartlett Jr., Nevj Bedford. Two docks, three 
masts, round stern, .. figurehead. Previously registered at Boston 
Oct. 18, 1866. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 25, 1381 - perma- 
nent. Master: George TI. Brown. Owners: Willi.aiu H. Besse l/4, 
Jonathan Bourne l/4. New Bedford; ^-Iden Besse l/4, C;erard C. Tobey 
1/4 , W'areham. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 15, 1885 - perma- 
nent. 822.19 tons. Master: Zenas E. Crocker. Previously reg- 
isterud at Bath, Mc. Jan. 30, 1883. Vessel sold foreign in 1888. 

T. TOl'.^'SR , schooner, of New Bedford, Registered Aug. 5, 1908 - 
permanent. Built at Now Hav^n, Conn, in 1866, 152 tons; length 
97 ft., breadth 25.5 ft., depth 10.4 ft. Master: Manuel E. Costa, 
Owners: James F, Avery 4/l6, Manuel E. Costa 3/l6, Henry Mandly 
3/16, Charles \I. Read 2/l6, Eonry L. Tiffany I/I6, i^illiam F. Road 
1/16, Charles R. Cornell I/I6, Andrew A. Cory I/I6, Now .Bedford. 
One dock, two masts, round stern, a billethcad. Previously enroll-, 
cd at Philadelphia, Pa. July 15, 1907. 



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1238 T. IT. ALLAInT , schooner, of Frovidcncc, R, I. Hogistor^d Nov. 13, 
1919 - temporary. Built at Dennysville, Me iu 1870, 95 tons; 
length 83.9 ft., breadtli 25.1 ft., depth 7.5 ft. Master: James 
F. Silva. Owners: James F. Silva, Providence, R. I. One deck, 
two masts, squaro stern, a billethead. Ireviously enrolled at 
Boston Oct. 17, 1919. Vessel lost iivith crew of 26 onrouts to Cape 
Verde Islands in 1919. 

1239 TALISIiAlT , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 23, 1907 - 
permanent. Built at Zissex in 1890. 88 tons; length 10.8.4 ft., 
breadth 24.6 ft., depth 10.6 ft. Master: Fernando Neves, Owners: 
Henry Rose, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a 
billethead. Previously enrolled i.t Gloucester Apr. 20, 1907. 

1240 Schooner, of New .Bedford. Re-registered June 10, 1908 - 
permanent. Master: Alfred Nevos. Owners: Alfred Neves, New 
Bedford. Vessel sold to aliens in 1911. 

1241 TAI./[ERLANr. , bark, of New Bedford. Registered July 19, 1869 - p..rma- 
nent. Built at VJiscasset, Mo. in 1824. 372.5 tons; length 108.9 ft., 
breadth 27.3 ft., depth 19.2 ft. Master: Thomas 3. Fordham. Owners: 
Joseph Enowlcs, Thomas Knowlos & John I- . Knowlos 7/l6, Thomas Knowlos 

I 2/15, 1,'illiara Shockley 2/16, Joshua B. 'finslow 2/l6, Uilliam B. 

[ Yfinslovj l/S^, James D. Driggs l/32, John P. Knowles 2/16, Now Bi.,dford. 
J Two d-cks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Fr..viously reg- 
istered at New Bedford Aug. 22, 1865. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

1242 Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-r.gisterod Sept. 24, 1077 - 
permanent. Master: Barnabas A. Briggs. Owners: Tliomas II. loiowles 

;. 5/s4, Estate of Thomas Knowles lS/64, John 1. Knowles 13/64, Joshua 
B. I.'inslow 8/54, John I- . Knowles Jr. 5/o4, Jlstate of Joseph Kiiowles 
4/64, William B. '.Tinslow H/l6, James D. Eriggs 2/54, liistate of '..'illiam 
Shockley 6/64, New Bedford; Barnabas A, Briggs 4/64, Mat tapoi sett, 

1243 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Jmie 8, 1884 - perma- 
nent. 353,87 tons. Master; ICdvjard G. liacomber. Ovmers: John p. 
Knowles 2d 19/32, Rufus Randall 4/32, Lstate of Joseph IvnovJles 4/32, 
Nevj Bedford; Beriah Doane 1/52, Orleans; lidward G. Ii;.icomber 4/32, 
'..'arrcn, R. I. 

1244 Bark, of New Bedford, Ro-rogistored Jan, 20, 1888 - perma- 
nent. Master: Anthony P, Benton. Ov-ncrs: George F. Bartlett 12/32, 
Gilbert Allen 12/32, .oithony P. Benton 7/32, Clarence H. Bartlett 
1/32, New Bedford. 

1245 THKOA , brig, of F.:irhdven. Registered Sept. 29, 1866 - permanent. 
Built at Newburyport in 1853, 99,83 tons; length 84,8 ft,, breadth 
22.9 ft., depth 8.3 ft. Master: Granville .7. Taber. Owners: 
Tucker Damon Jr. 15/64, Lewis S. Judd 15/64, Furmun R. .Jhitwel]. 8/54, 
Antone L, Sylvia 8/54, Ctleb p, Purrington & Bartholomew Tber Jr, 
4/64, James I. Church 4/54, David Marston 4/64, Fairhaven; Darius 

P. Gardner 6/64, New Bedford, Ono duck, two m/j.sts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at New Bedford Nov. 14, 1865, 
Vessel condemned and sold foreign in 1868. (Cf. Vol. II) 



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THOW^ DICKASON , bi-rk, of New Bedford. R;.feisturcd Nov. 1, 1869 - 
purmanont , Built at Njw Bedford in 1826. 461.13 tons; length 
116.3 ft., breadth ^9.4 ft,, dopth 20.1 ft. Master: Vcluntine 
Levjis. Ovmors: Matthew Rowland ll/l5, G-oori^i^ liowland Jr. 1-/16, 
Joseph Tabor l/l6, Now Bedford. Two decks, throe inasts, squaru 
stern, a billothead. Pr^vicusly ragister^^d r.t N„w Bedford Oct. 
18, 1865. Vessel altL.rod. J. V. Cox, surveyor. Vessel wrecked in 
Arctic Ocean in 1871. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

THOL':^';^ POri] , b^rk, of New Bedford. Eegistjr,d D.;C. 5, 1876 - perma- 
n.jnt. Built at i.Iatt.apoisatt in 1855. 226.86 tons; length 100.6 ft., 
breadth 27.95 ft., depth 14.7 ft. Master: Joseph "J. Lavers. 
Owners: Wi Hi riQ Lewis 5/l6, Alexander G. Lyrick l/l6 , George S. 
Honer l/l6, Doane & Co. l/l6, Ch.-irles Taber 2/l6, Alex.-nder H. 
Se:-bury 2/16, BenjaMn G. ..''ilson l/l6. New Bedford; Benjamn B. 
Church 1/15, Gosnold; Abiel Codding Jr. l/l6, I'. G. Pate 1/16, 
North Attleboro. Tvjo decks, tliree casts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered nt New Yorl-: June 2, 1855. Vessel 
altered. 0. Smalley, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. II) 

THOMAS H. SZtYl^lOUR , schooner, of '.iinterpoi-t , Me. Registered Apr. 11, 
1872 - temporary. Built at Haddam, Conn, in 1850. 97.72 tons; 
length 79.5 ft., breadth 24.2 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Master: Joseph 
I. Kurd. Owners: Joseph I. Hurd, VJinterport , Me. One deck, two 
masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at South 
Dermis Mai . 10, 1870. 

THOMA S N. STONa , schooner, of Boston. Registered Feb. 28, 1877 - 
temporary. Built at Chelsea in 1867. 394,31 tons; len th .126 ft., 
breadth 30.5 ft., depth 14.8 ft. Master: D. W. Pitcher. Owners: 
Benjamin Baker 4/64, George G. & George E. Ryder 8/64, John Trickey 
& E. K. Jewett 1/64, Bradley M. Clark & M, M. Figott 1/64, Samuel 
S. Leonard 2/64, Peter J. Lattimore 2/64, Henry Swell 4/64, George 
E. Young 1/64, S. IT. Etter 2/64, )3oston; A. H. Parvin 14/64, R. B. 
Freeman 11/64, S. S. Cole 2/64, Noah Swett 1/64, J. H. Freeman 2/64, 
Wcllfleet; Luther A.. Roby 1/64, Nashua, N. H. ; Edward Freeman 2/64, 
Dover, N. H. ; Daniel N^wcomb 2/64, Daniel B. Newcomb 2/64, John 
Nevjcomb 2/64, Salem. Tvjo decks, thxi:-^ masts, elliptic sturn, a 
billethead. Pr>..viously enrolled at Boston June 5, 1876. 

THREE BROTHERS , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 11, 1869 - 
permanent. Built at Rochester in 1833. 357.25 tons; length 110.9 ft 
breadth 28.3 ft., depth 18.2 ft. Master: James M. Witherell. 
Owners: Jotm P. Tucker l/l6, Cha::les R. Tucker & Co. 8/l6, Jonathan 
Bourne Jr. 4/l6, Oliver & George 0, Crocker 2/l6, Thomas Mandell 
1/15, New Bedford. Tvjo decks, three masts, square stern, a billet- 
head. Previously registered at New Bedford Sept. 22, 1855, Vessel 
altered. James V. Cox, surveyor. (Of. Vol. II) 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 18, 1873 - 
permanent. Owners: John F. Tucker l/l6, Charles R. Tucker &, Co. 
8/16, Jonathan Bourne Jr. 4/l6 , Oliver & George 0. Crocker 2/l6, 
Edward D. Mandell l/l6, Mew Bedford. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 11, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Masters Leander C. Ovren. Owners: G-eorgo F. & Ivory H» 
Bartlett Jr 7/l6, William C. N. Swift 8/l6, New Bedford; Loander 
C. Owen 1/16, Vineyard Haven. Previously registered at Now York 
July 22, 1875. Vessel wrecked in 1878. 

TRMTON , schooner, of New Bedford. Rogistcrod Nov. 16, 1934 - perma- 
nent. Built at ISssox in 1904. Formerly the gas screw, l^JJOOD, 
67 tons; length 87 ft., breadth 21.6 ft., c e.;th lD,2ft. Master: Jjrse J.Pereira, 
Owners: Joseph D. Vcira, Boston. One dock, two masts, round stern, 
a straight head. Previously enrolled at New York July 27, 1934. 
Vessel lost with crow of 12 off African Coast Feb. 11, 1935. 

TRID5NT , bark, of Njw Bedford. Registered Sept. 6, 1871 - permanent. 
Built at New York in 1824. 432.47 tons; length 112,8 ft., breadth 
31.3 ft., depth 20.2 ft. Master: J. A. Howland. Owners: Ebon 
Perry 7/32, Estate of Obed N. Swift 2/52, New Bedford; William C. 
N. Swift 1/32, liilliam H. Aiken 2/32, Eliza N. Swift 20/32, Dartmouth. 
Tv/o decks, thrco masts, square stern, a billothcad, Pr-;Viously reg- 
istered at Now Bedford Nov. 15, 1865. Vessel sold foreign in 1873. 
(Of. Vol. I & II) 

TRITON , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Jan. 6, 1872 - permanent. 
Built at Fairhaven in 1818. 264.84 tons; length 96.1 ft., breadth 
27.1 ft., depth 17 ft. Master: John VI. Fisher. Ovmers : Joseph 
& V/illiam R. VJing 12/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co., 4/32, Edward D. 
Mandell 4/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, E. B. & F. Macy 1/32, John R. 
Shurtleff l/32, Christopher A. Church 2/32, John Wing 1/52, New 
Bedford; Benjamin 3. Church 3/32, Gosnold; John W. Cornell 2/32, 
Dartmouth. TvJO dec'c, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously registered at New Bedford June 10, 1855. (Cf. Vol. I L II) 

Bark» of New Bedford, Re-registered Aug. 28, 1876 - per- 
manent. Master: Charles F. Keith. Ov'mors: William R. & Joseph 
Wing 11/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, E. B. & F. Macy l/32, John R. 
Shurtleff 1/32, J. & W. R. Wing 1/32-, Charles T&beop 4/32, Joseph 
Taber 2/32, Estate of Christopher A. ChurCh 2/32, Now Bedford; 
Benjamin B. Church 3/32, Gosnold; John W. Cornell 2/32, Alden T. 
Potter 1/32, Dartmouth; Charles F. Keith 2/32, Mattapoisett, 

Bark, of New Bodford, Re^rcgistorod May 2, 1882 - porma- 
nunt. Master: Charles Childs. Ownors: Willi.im R, & Joseph Wing 
8/52, Charles Taber 4/32, Amasa Whitney 2/32, William Baylies 2/32, 
Josuph Tabor 2/32, E. B. & F. Macy 1/32, John R. Shurtleff l/52, 
John Wing l/32, Alexander H. Seabury 1/52, William Thompson 4/32, 
New Bedford; Charles Childs 2/32, Faliiiouth; Benjamin B. Church 5/32, 
Gosnold; Alden T, Potter l/32, Dartmouth. 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 11, 1867 - 
permanent. Master: Thomas F. Warren. O^vners ; William R. & Joseph 
Wing 8/32, Charles Taber 4/33, William Thompson 4/3^^, Est&te of 
Benjamin B. Church 3/32, William Baylies 2/32, Edward D. Mandel], 
2/32, Alexander H. Sesbury 3/32, Z. B. & F. Macy l/32 , John R. 
Shux-tleff 1/32, John Wing l/32, New Bedford; Alden T. Potter l/32, 

E. F. Potter 2/32, Dartmouth. 

TROPIC BIRD , bark, of New Bedford. Registered Jan. 7, 1867 - 

permanent. Built at Dartmouth in 1851. 144.76 tons; length 

94.3 ft., breadth S3.1 ft., depth 11.2 ft. Master: Lemuel D. 

Adams. Owners: William P. Howland 2/l8, William C, Taber 2/l6, 

Robert B. Greene 4/l6, Joseph Ricketson 2d 4/l6, Christopher Cook 

l/l6, Lemuel D. Adams l/l6, Robert J. Conloy, John T. Richardson 

& Thomas C. Rowland l/l6, New Bedford; Charles H. Hagar l/l6 , 

Dartmouth. One deck, throe masts, square stern, no :ri;-'.ureLe-:0,. Pi-wvious- 

ly rogistorod at New Bedford June 21, 1065. (Cf. Vol. II) 

Bark, of Nov/ Bedford. Rc-r'-gistcrod Nov. 23, 1868 - perma- 
nent. Master: Edgar V'. Crapo. Ovmers: VJilliam P. Howlund 7/48, 
Robert B. Greene 5/15, Joseph Ricketson 2d 4/l6, I.'illiam C. T.^ber 
2/l6, Christopher Cook l/lo , Robert ;J. Conley & John T. Richardson 
2/48, Lemuel D. Ad^ms l/l6, New Bedford. 

Bark, of Nev; Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 17, 1870 - 
permanent. Owners: K'illiam P. Howland 6/48, Robert B. Greene 5/16, 
Joseph Ricketson 2d 4/15, William C. Taber 2/l5, Christopher Cook 
1/16, Robert J. Conloy & John T. Richardson 2/48, Lemuel D. Adams 
1/15, Sampson Shearman 1/48, New Bod.ford, A billethead. 

Bark, of Sal.^m. Re-registcred Oct. 10, 1871 - temporary. 
Master: John Hurscll. Owners: Ds-vid Pingre^ l/3, Salem; Thomas 
P. Pingroo 2/5, Wejfaaiu, 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rogistorod May 1, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Mastjr: Owen E. Tiiton. Owners: William Lewis l/l6, 
Alexander H. Scabury 2/l5, Alexander G. Myrick l/l6, Charles Tab^r 
l/l5, Abraham Chase l/32, Pardon G. Thompson l/52, William Baylies 
1/16, John R. Thornton 2/16, New Bedford; F. G. Pato l/l6,, George 
VJhitnoy l/l6, Abiol Codding Jr. l/l5, Josiah D. -Richards l/l6, 
North Attlcboro; Benjamin B. Church l/l6, Gosnold; Owen H. Tiiton 
2/16, Tisbury. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Ro-rogistercd Sept. 2, 1878 - 
permanent. Master: Kiram J. Clevel,,.nd. Owners: William Lewis 
1/15, Alexander H. Seabury 2/l6, Alexander G. Myrick 1/15, Charles 
Taber l/l5, Abr<^ham Chase l/32, Pardon G. Thompson 1/32, William 
Baylies l/l6, John R. Thornton 2/l6, Doane & Co. l/l6. New Bedford; 

F. G. Pate l/l5, Abiel Godding Jr. l/l6 , George Whitney l/l6, North 
Attleboro; Benjanun B. Church l/l6, Gosnold; Hiram J. Cleveland 2/16, 
Edgar town. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 27, 1861 - 
porniancnt. Master: James E, Stanton. Owners: Otis F. Haiab] in 
5/16, James E. Stanton 5/16, Charles Taber 4/l6, Hcirry Clay 2/16, 
Now Bedford, 



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Bark, of Nevj Bedford, Re-registered Apr. 28, 1884 - 
permanent. 137.52 tons. Master: James F. Avery. Owners: 
Henry Clay 7/l6 , Jaiiies F. Kvery 5/l6, Charles Taber 4/l6, New 
Bedford. An eagle head. ¥essel condemned and sold at Bermuda 
in September, 1885. 

TF^OPIC BIRD , brig, of Edgartown. R^^gistared Oct. 11, 1878 - temp- 
orary. Pl':iC3 and date built not available. Formerly a German brig. 
175.62 tons; length 100.8 ft., breadth 23.2 ft., depth 12.2 ft. 
Master: Jarod Jcrnogan. Owners; Jared Jernegan 11/16, Charlotte 
C. Jernegan l/l6, Edgartown; Simeon Doane l/l6, Alexander 0. Myrick 
l/l6, James I. Harper Jr. l/l6, Otis F. Hamblin 1/16, New Bedford. 
One deck, two masts, square stern, a scroll head. Previously enroll- 
ed at Bosto^ Aug. 26, 1878. 

U. D. , schooner, of Fairhaven. Registered June 5, 1867 - parmanent. 
Built at Eagle Island, Mt,. in 1855. 76.59 tons; length 74 ft., 
braadth 20.1 ft., depth 7.5 ft. Master: Joseph P. Nye. Owners: 
Lewis S. Judd & Tucker Damon Jr. 10/16, Fairhavon; Antono L. Sylvia 
1/16, John Perry l/l6, Hew Bedford; Joseph P. Nyo 2/l6, Richmond W. 
Nye l/l6, Mary K. Nye l/l6, Nantucket. One deck, two masts, square 
stern, a' scroll head. Previously registered at Nevj London, Conn. 
Mar. 23, 1867. Yossol condemned and sold abroad in 1870. 

'UI'IDER'''.'RITER , steam screw, of Boston. Registered ^-^ug. 5, 1916 - 
temporary. Built at Philadelphia, Pa. in 1863. 165 tons; length 
120.8 ft., breadth 26.1 ft., depth 14.8 ft. Master: William J. 
McNeely. Owners: The Boston Tow Boat Co, Inc., Boston. Two decks, 
two masts, elliptic stern, a straight head. Previously enrolled 
at Boston July 20, 1916. 

U NION , schooner, of Fairhaven. Registered Sept. 15, 1868 - perma- 
nent. Built at Essez in 1847. 66.22 tons; length 69,6 ft., breadth 
19.3 ft., depth 8.3 ft. Master: Owen Fisher. Owners: Dexter 
Jenney 2/32, Fairhaven; Noah Tripp l/32, James Doull l/32, Oliver 
E. Gifford l/32, Bradford Hathaway 3/32, Goerge Lee l/32, Louisa 
A. Hathaway l/32, New Bedford. Ovjen Fisher 4/32, Acusiinct; William 
H. Gifford 12/32, Guorge E. B. I'food 2/32, Charles F. Gifford 2/32, 
Charles H. Frcolove l/32, Westport; George Freelove l/32, Fall 
River. One d.jck, tvjo masts, square stern, a billethead. Pr'.jviously 
registered at Province tovm Jan. 3, 1865. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 21, 1370 - 
permanent . 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 13, 1872 - 
permanent. Owners: Oliver E. Gifford 1/32, James Doull l/32, Louisa 
A. Hathaway l/32, Noah Tripp l/3>., George Lee l/32. New Bedford; 
William H. Gifford 16/32, George E. B. Wood 2/32, Charles F. Gifford 
2/32, Westport; Bradford Hathaway 3/32, Fdl River; Owen Fisher 4/32, 
Acushnet . 



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375 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-re^.istered Aja'-. 8, 1873 - 

permanent. Master; Fliilip H. Reed. Owners: Oliver Z. Gifford 
1/32, James Doull l/32, Noah Tripp 1/32, George Lee l/32, New 
Bedford; William 11. Gifford lG/32, George E. B. Wood 2/32, Charles 
F. Gifford 2/32, Westport; Philip H. Seed 5/52, Dartmouth; Bradford 
Hathaway 3/32, Fall River. 

374 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 8, 1875 - 
permanent. Master: John M. Allen. Owners: Oliver E. Gifford 
6/52, JaiuGS Doull l/52, Noah Tripp l/32, George Leo l/32. New 
B(..dford; William H. Gifford 16/32, Goorcc E. B. Wood 2/32, Charles 
Y, Gifford 2/32, Westport; Bradford Hathaway 5/32, EaU'River. 

275 Schooner, of Westport. Ro-ro{i,istcred Feb. 25, 1877 - 

permanent. Master: Y/eston S. Tripp. Ovmers: William H. Gifford 
24/32, George E. B. Wood 2/32, Charles F. Gifford 2/32, Westport; 
Bradford Hathaway 2/32, Simeon Doane 2/52, Ne^v Bedford. 

375 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 12, 1879 - 
permanent. Master: Frederic C. Swain. Ovjners: Simeon Doane 2/52, 
New Bedford; George E. B. Wood 2/32, Charles F. Gifford 2/32, 
William H. Gifford 24/32, Joseph C, Little 2/32, Westport. 

377 Schooner, of New Bedford. Ro-registered May 2, 1881 - 
permanent. Master; Jeiiies Avery. Owners: Henry Clay l/2, James 
Avery 1/2, New Bedford. Vessel wrecked in Atlantic Ocean Dec. 
29, 1885. 

378 UNION , barge, of New Bedford. Registered May 24, 1893 - permanent. 
Built at Indian River, St. Johns County, New Brunswick in 1867, 
115 tons; length 82 ft., breadth 25.2 ft., depth 8.7 ft. Master: 
Patrick F. Bradley. Owners: Davis Coast Wrecking Corporation, 
New Bedford. One deck, one mast, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at South West Harbor, Me. Mar. 15, 1888. 

379 YALKYRIA , schooner, of Poitland, Me. Registered Apr. 26, 1909 - 
temporary. Built at Boothbay, Me in 1889. 104 tons; length 

92.6 ft., breadth 24.1 ft., depth 10.2 ft. Master: John A. Cook. 
Owners: John A. Cook Co. Inc., Portland, Me. One deck, two masts, 
elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously onrolle-fl at Gloucester 
Apr. 29, 1907. 

380 Schooner, of Portland, Me. Rc-rogisterod Mar. 12, 1917 - 
temporary. Master: William ^F. Joseph. Owners: Jolin A. Cook Co., 
Inc. 9/16, PortLand, Ma.; Willi;im A. Robinson & Co., Inc. 3/l6, 

A. Frank Clark 2/l6 , William F. Joseph 2/15, New Bedford. 

281 Schooner, of Portland, Me. Re-registered Oct. 18, 1917 - 
temporary. Ovmers; JoIul A. Cook. Co., Inc. 9/16, Portland, Me.; 
William A. Robinson & Co., Inc. 3/15, A. Frank Clerk 2/l6, Charles 
Joseph 2/15, New Bedford. 

282 Schooner, of Hew Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 15, 1920 - 
permanent. Master: Henry Mandley Jr. Owners: Antone T. Edwards 
2/16, Henry M-^^ndley Jr. 3/l6, A. Frank Clark 2/l6 , John T. Edwards 
2/16, Samuel Horvitz l/l6, William A. Robinson & Co., Inc. l/l6 , 
Joseph F. Edvi/ards l/l6, James F. Avery l/l6, Andrew A. Cory l/l6 , 
Antone J. Mandley l/l6, Peter H. Jennoss 1/15, New Bedford. Prc- 
viousljr registered at Provincetown M;-,r. 15, 1920. 



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1283 Schooner, of New Bedford. Ee-registered Nov. 17, 1922 - 

permanent. Master: Hipolito Rogers. Owners: Antone L. Duarte, 
New Bedford. 

1284# VJ'jaroM H. HILL , brig, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 6, 1876 - 
permanent. Built at Wellfleet in 1B52. 122.71 tons; length 
S8 ft,, breadth 24.2 ft., depth 9.2 ft. Master: Dennis D. Baxter. 
Owners: John McCullough 6/52, Patrick McCullough 2/32,. John A, 
Sawyer 2/32, James B, H£.mblin 2/32, John Matthews 2/32, Dennis D. 
Baxter l/32, Benjamin B. Church 1/32, Caleb L. j]llis 3/32, Sfimuel 
Watson 1/32, liTilliam L. Dunham 2/32, Edmund Grinnell l/52, Antone 
L. Sylvia 5/32, New Bedford; Jolin Medina 4/32, New Bedford. One 
deck, tvjo masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously regist- 

f ered at Boston Aug. 26, 1876. Vessel altered. 0, Snalley, sur- . 
voyor. 

1285 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-regi stored Oct. 28, 1878 - 
pcrmanGnt, Master: Joseph D. Silva. Owners: John McCullough 
5/32, Estate of Patrick McCullough 2/32, John A, Sawyer 2/32, 
Jam,s B. Hamblin 2/32, John Matthews 2/32, Benjamin B, Church 

|, 1/32, Caleb L. Ellis 3/32, Samuel VJatson 1/32, William L. Dunham 

2/52, Edmund Grinnoll 1/32, Antone L. Sylvia 5/32, Joseph D. Silva 
2/32, Now Bedford; John Medina 4/32, Boston. 

1286 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 27, 1880 - 
permanent. Owners: 3'ohn McCullough 7/32, Estate of Patrick 
McCullough 2/32, John A. Sawyer 2/32, James 3. Hcimblin 2/3S, John 
Matthews 2/32, Caleb L. Ellis 3/32, William L. Dunham 2/52, Edmund 
Grinnell l/32, Antone L. Sylvia 5/32, Thomas M. Hart l/32. New 
Bedford; Benjamin B, Church l/32, Gosnold; John Medina 4/32, Boston. 

1287 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 14, 1885 - 
permanent. Owners: John McCullough ll/'32, John A. '^awyer 2/33, 
James B. Hamblin 2/32, John Matthews 2/32, Celeb L. Ellis 3/32, 
Edmund Grinnell l/32, Antone L. Sylvia 5/32, Thomas M. Hart l/S2, 
Joseph D. Silva l/52, New Bedford; John Medina 4/32, Boston. 

1288 Brig, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct, 27, 1884 - 
permanent. 116,58 tonsi Master: Bonj..uain A. Higgins. Owners: 
John McCullough 11/32, John A. Sawyer 2/32, James B. Hamblin 2/32, 
John Matthews 2/32, C-leb L. Ellis 3/32, Edmund Grinnell l/32, 
Antone L. Sylvia 5/32, Thomas M. Hart 1/32, New Bedford; Benjcjnin 
A. Higgins 1/32, Provincctown; John Medina 4/32, Boston, Vessel 
condemned and sold abroad in 1885. 

1289 VERONICA , bark, of New Bedford. Rogistorod May 22, 1878 - perma- 
nent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1878. 409.39 tons; length 118,8 ft., 
breadth 28. 9 ft., depth 16.7 ft. Master: Henry C. Hathaway. 
Owners: Loura Snow Jr. 4/l6, Alc.cander H. Suabury 2/l5, William 
Baylies I/I&, ^amucl H. -Cook I/I6, George S. Homor I/I6, Thomas H. 
Knowlcs, Administrator I/I6, Antono L. Sylvia 4/l6 , John McCullough 
I/I6, "illirdm N, Church I/I6, Now Bodford, Two docks, throe masts, 
elliptic storn, an oaglo head. Previously enrolled at B.v.th, Me. 
May 9, 1878. 



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Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registored Nov. 20, 1378 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Loum Snovj Jr. i/l6, Estate of Lomn Gnovj 2/l6, 
Alexander H. Seabury 2/16, wiiii^-.jn Baylies l/l6, Samuel H. Cook 
l/l6, George S. Homer l/l6, William N. Church l/l5 , Thomas H. Knowles, 
Administrator l/l6, Antone L. Sylvia 4/l5, John McCullough l/l5, 
New Bedford. 

VIGIL^IT, bark, of New Bedford. Registered Oct. 24, 1870 - perma- 
nent. Built at Rochester in 1852. 215.2 tons; length 98,2 ft., 
breadth 25.4 ft,, depth 14,5 ft. Master: Otis F. Thatcher. 
O'.'mers: William i.-atkins 7/l6, Caleb Anthony i-/l6, Williara J. 
Rotch 2/16, Edvjard C, Jones l/l&, George H. Dunbar 3/16, Ann H. 
Dunbar l/l6, Nevj Bedford. T\i)o decks, three masts, square stern, a 
billethead. Previously registered at Nevj Bedford May 2, 1855. 
(Of, Vol, II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-rogistored Nov. 2, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Master: William D. Gifford. Owners: William 'iatkins 7/16, 
George H. Dunbar 4/l6, Ceaeb Anthony 2/16, William J. Rotch 2/16, 
Edward C, Jones 1/16, New Bedford. 

Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Jan, 21, 1879 - perma- 
nent, Pilaster! Cho.rles R, Smithers. Owners: Georf^e F. 8& Ivory H. 
Bartlett Jr. 14/16, Gideon N. Bartlett l/l6, New Bedford; Josiah N, 
Knowles l/l6, Oakl<:nd, Calif. Vessel wrecked in Artie Ocean, 

VIEING , gas screw schooner, of New Bedford, Registered Sept. 9, 1921 
- permanent. Built at Noank, Conn, in 1697. 19 tons; length 48 ft., 
breadth 16,1 ft., depth 7,1 ft. Master's name not available. Owners: 
Jolm J. Sater 15/32, Pemborton K, Nye l/32, Charles E. Beckman l/32, 
Henry M. Plummer, Trustee 5/32, Alvah H. Bassett 2/32, New Bedford; 
Lars Larson 8/32, New York. One deck, tvjo masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously licensed at Nev; Bedford June 13, 1919. 

VIRGINIA , gas screw auxiliary sloop, of Vineyard Haven. Registered 
Jan. 13, 1922 - temporary. Built at Friendship, Mc. in 1914. 8 tons; 
length 47 ft., breadth 15.4 ft., d^pth 6 ft. Master: Cornelius 
Zcgel. OT/«nors: Jennie Zogcl, Nantuck^jt. One d^ck, elliptic stern, 
a st.^m h'jrtd. Previously licensed at Patcho^ue, N. Y. July 23, 1921. 

VOLANT , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 15, 1919 - perma- 
nent. Built at Gloucester in 1899. 55 tons; length 85.9 ft., 
breadth 25 ft., depth 9.6 ft. Master: Julius Gonsalves, Owners: 
Antonio J. DaLomba 12/16, V/areham; i/ianuel J. Siiva 2/lS, Harwich; 
Peter S. Travares 2/16, Pawtucket, R. I. One deck, two masts, 
elliptic stern, a gammon head. Previously enrolled -t Gloucester 
Mar. 1, 1919. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Oct. 15, 1919 - 
permanent. Owners: Ivlanuel J. Silva 14/16, Harwich; iuitonio J. 
DaLomba 2/16 , Wareheuu. 

Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-rcgisterod June IS, 1920 - 
permanent. Ovmcrs: Manuel J, Silva, Harwich. Vessel sold at 
Funchal, Madcria Islands, to Portuguese in 19,-;4. 



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W. E. TERRY , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 15, 1887 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1869. 59.85 tons; length 73.9 ft,, 
breadth 20.9 ft., depth 7.6 ft. Master: Hendrick Morse. Owners: 
Mary J. Monteiro, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Proviously registered at Gloucester Oct. 8, 1886. 
Vjssel sold foreign in 1B88. 

W. R. P::RKIITS , schooner, of Now Bedford. Registered Sept. 4, 1919 - 
permanont. Built at Milbridgu, Ale. in 1900. 143 tons; longth 
101.6 ft,, breadth 26.9 ft., depth 9 ft. Master: Augusto Bon 
David. Ovmers: Augusto Bon David, New Bedford. One dock, three 
masts, elliptic stern, a bill'^thoad. Previously enrolled at 
Machias, Mc. Vessel sold to Portuguese in 1920, 

W. )J. BMINSRD , schooner, of Now York. Re.i:istered Mar. 25, 1874 - 
temporary. Built at Saybrook, Conn, in 1849. 105.75 tons; length 
89.8 ft., breadth 25.5 ft., depth 7 ft. Master: I'Jilliam Fitch, 
Owners: George R, Lockhart 4/l6, New York; Elijah Belknap 4/l6, 
Newark, N. J.; John G, Rothburn l/l6, Thomas E, Minier 4/l5, 
Elizabeth, N. J.; George B. Ashley 3/l6 , Mystic, Conn. One dock, 
two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New 
York Mar, 26, 1S72, 

IJANDERE R , bark, of New Bedford. Registered June 3, 1878 - permanent. 
Built at liattapoisett in 1S78. 303.28 tons; length 116.2 ft., 
breadth 27.5 ftT7"~deptIi 15.8 ft. Master: Andrew R. Heyer. Owners: 
Charles H. Gifford ;;.0/32, Andrew R. Heyer 4/32, William Baylies 2/32, 
Frederick S. Allen 2/32, Nathaniel Adams 2/32, James D. Driggs l/32. 
New Bedford; Jona±han^IL__iiOj.nps l/52, Mattapoisett, T'sajo decks, three 
masts, square stern, an osgle head. Jonathan H, Holmes, master car- 
penter. 0. bmalley, surveyor. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 28, 1882 - perma- 
nent. 288,13 tons. Master: Thomas C. McLanc. Owners: John P. 
KnowlGS 2d 5/8, New Bedford; Hugh Mawhinney l/8,.Albe:rt 0. Smith l/8, 
Boston; Horace A. Grout l/8, Spencer, 

Bark, of New Bedford, Re-registered Apr. 24, 1905 - perma- 
nent. Master: VJilliata I, Shockley. Owners: Timothy C. Allen 4/32, 
Benjamin D. Cleveland 1/32, Daniel VJ. Baker 2/32, Jasper L. Sisson 
2/32, Charles R. Cornell 4/32, John Y. Fuller 2/32, Irving L. Uordell 
1/32, Henry VJ. Mason 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle 2/32, William N. Church 
2/32, New Bedford; Charles P. Maxfield 2/32, Henry B. Gifford l/o2, 
Fairhaven; Gilbert N. Collins 2/32, Dartmouth; Frederick B. Warner 
1/32, Boston; George W. Dibble 4/32, Liount Vernon, N. Y. Previously 
registered at San Francisco, Calif. Feb. 17, 1903. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. Rc-r^gisterod Apr. 18, 1910 - p^rma- 
nont. Master: Thomas H. Jenkins. Owners: Timothy C. Allun 4/32, 
Benjamin D. Cleveland 1/32, Daniel W. Bc.kcr 2/32, Jasper L. Sisson 
2/32, Arthur E. Buffington 2/32, Charles R. Cornell 2/32, John Y. 
Fuller 1/32, John V. Spare l/32, Irving L. "..ordell l/32, Henry W. 
Mason 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle 2/32, Williau N. Chui-ch 2/32, New 
Bedford; Charles P. Maxfield 2/32, Henry B. Gifford 1/32, Fairhaven; 



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Arline F. Collins 2/32, Dartmouth; Frederick B. 17arner l/32, Boston; 
George VJ. Dibble 4/32, Mount Vernon, M. Y. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Apr. 16, 1915 - perma- 
nent. Master: Antone T. Edivards. Oi/merss James F. Avery 2/32, 
New Bedford; V'illiam A. Robinson Jr. 6/32, Charles 17. Reed 4/32, A. 
Franlc Clark 3/32, 'Tilliam F. Reed 2/32, li. L. Tiffany 2/32, Andrew A. 
Cory 2/32, Antone T. Edwards 4/32, Benjamin D. Clevslond l/32, John 
V, Spare l/32, Irving L. VJordell l/32, iJillicimi K. Church l/32, Edv.'ard 
L. liilde 1/32, Timothy J. Moriarty 2/32, New Bedford. 

Bark, of Ne'w Bedford. Re-registcrod Aug. 16, 1917 - perma- 
nent. Owners: James F. Avery 2/32, '..'illiam A. Robinson & Co., Inc. 
6/32, Charles 17. Rood 4/32, A. Frank Clark 3/32, '.."illiam F. Rood 2/32, 
H. L. Tiffany 2/32, iindrow A. Cory 2/32, Antone T. iidwards 4/32, 
Benjamin D. Cleveland l/32, John V. Spare 1/32, Irving L. 'Tordjll l/32, 
IJilliara N. Church l/32, Edward L. "Jildo l/32, Timothy J. Xoriarty 2/32, 
New Bedford. 

Bark, of Now Budford. RQ-ri^gistorcd Aug. 16, 1918 - perma- 
nent. Ovmcrs: Jamos F. ^•i.Vi;r;'' 3/32, './illiam A. Robinson & Co., Inc. 
6/32, Charles '.:. Hood 4/32, ^■.. Franl: Clark 5/32, ■..■illiam F. Rood 2/32, 
H. L. Tiffany 2/i:2, '-^drew A. Cory 2/32, /jitono T. Edwards 4/32, John 
v. Spare l/32, Irving L. Uordell l/52, Edward L. ■/ildo l/32, Tiriothy 
J. Moriarty 2/32, Novj Bedford; John A. Cook l/32, Provincotown. 

Bark, of Now Bedford. R-^-rugisterod Mar. 14, 1921 - perma- 
nent. Owners: x^r^tono T. Edwards 7/52, John T. Edwards E/32, Jamos 
F. ^.Y:.Ty 1/32, l.'illiam ;.. Robinson & Co., Inc. 5/32, .-i.. Fraiik Clark 
3/32, John V» Spare 1/52, Irving L. \'.'ordoll l/32, Edward L. Vildo 
1/32, Potor H. Junnuss 2/32, Ti...:iOthy J. Ltoriarty 2/52, Charles iicllo 
1/52, Briggs & Baclaaan 2/32, Sabina Gomes 2/32, Novj Bedford; Jolin j.l. 
Cook 2/32, Provinc^town. Yesscl lost at Cuttyhunk, Mass, in 1924. 

TL'^RREN B. POTTER , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Apr. 19, 1882 - 
permajient. Built at Bath, He. in 1S79. 368.54 tons; length 130 ft., 
breadth 32.4 ft., depth 12 ft. Master: 'Jilliam T. Benson. Ovmers: 
Elisha Gibbs 3/32, Jonathan Bourne l/l6, L. .... Plunr.ier l/l5, P. G. 
Thompson l/l6, '..alliam J. Rotch l/32, Joiin J. Kicks 1/32, Estate of 
Samuel Benson 1/32, Nathan P. Brightman l/52, Joseph G. Dean l/32, 
S. Bennett 1/32, Barnabas S. Bartlett l/32, liuiaplirsy ',;. Seabury 2/32, 
Thomas Donaghy 5/64, "Jilliam H. Casw^ell 5/64, Thomas R. Rodman 2/64, 
Harvey Bartlett l/64, Jtimes Buddy 2/64, A. Donaghy 1/64, M. Fisher 
1/Q4, Allan S. Siiyinons 1/64, Nevj Bedford; Frederick Slocui.: 1/32, Gosnold; 
Goss & Sawyer l/52, Bath, Me.; '.filliai;! Z. Sparrow 2/54, liattapoisett ; 
John H. Perry l/l6, Uillian B. Potter l/l6, Boston. Two docks, three 
masts, elliptic stern, a figurehead. Previously enrolled at Now York 
Aug. 2, 1881. 

1 iV^KII jGTQN FREEM.' J^" , schooner, of Fairhav^n. Rogistcred May 11, 1857 - 
permo-noiit. Built at Portsmouth, N. H. in 1855. 98.32 tons; l.^ngth 
80.5 ft., bre.dth 23.9 ft., depth 8.1 ft. Master: Bonjailn G. 
Stowoll. Ovmers: Obod F. Hitch 4/32, Philip S. Loc...iing 3/32, '.."illiam 
Bassett 2/32, Harvey Bartlett 1/32, Jai.ies Groat l/32. New Bedford; 



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Benjamin G. Stowell 5/o2, T. Clark, A. Jenney & C. E. Tripp 2/32, 
Jonathan Jenny 2/32, Jolm E. Charaplin 2/32, Ellery T. Taber 2/32, 
Luther Cole 1/32, Seth Alden l/32, williajji Rounseville l/32, Henry 
T. Ailen l/32, Joshua Delano l/32, Fairhaven; L. Dean l/32, Middleboro; 
Lorenzo Travers 2/32, Providence, R. I.; Albert Irish 2/32, Nevijport , 
R. I. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously 
enrolled at Wellfleet June 5, 1865. 

Schooner, of Fairhaven. Re-registered Nov. 21, 1868 - perma- 
nent. Master: Loring Braley* Ovmers: Obed F. Hitch 4/32, T. Clark, 
A. Jenney & C. H. Tripp 2/32, Ellery T. Taber 2/32, Luther Cole l/32, 
Seth Alden l/32, William Rounseville l/32, Henry T. Aiken 1/32, Joshua 
Delano l/32, Fairhaven; Philip S. Learning 3/32, William Bassett 2/32, 
Harvey Bartlett l/32, James Groat 1/32, Loring Braley 2/32, T. D. 
Williams 2/32, New Bedford; Alden Braley l/32, Cordelia Lucas 1/52, 
Freetown; L, Dean l/52, Middleboro; Lorenzo Travers 3/32, Providence, 
R. I,; Albert Irish 2/32, Nevrport, R. I. 

Schooner, of Thomaston, Me. Re-registered May 18, 1871 - 
temporary. Master: S. Robinson. Ovmers: James A. Creighton, 
Thomaston, Me. 

WA\ffi, bark, of New Bedford. Registered May 4, 1867 - permanent. 
Built at ScituatG in 1841. 149.97 tons; length 89,9 ft,, breadth 
22.5 ft,, depth 10.7 ft. Master: Elisha Cannon 2d. Owners: Josoph 
Knowles 5/32, Thomas Knowles 8/32, John P. Knowles 8/32, John P. 
KnowlGS 2d 4/32, Thomas E. Knowles 1/32, John P. Knowles Jr. l/32, 
Sidney W, lOiowlos l/32, Charles S. iaio\aos l/52, Now Bedford; Amanda 
Doano l/32, Beriah Doane 2/32, Orleans. One deck, throe masts, square 
stern, a billethead. pr'^viously rogistorod at Novj Bedford May 17, 
.1365. (Cf. Vol. II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-re^istered May S, 1871 - perma- 
nent. Master: B. A. Briggs. O'.mers: Joseph Knowles 5/32, Thomas 
Knowles 8/32, John P. Knowles 8/32, Thomas K. Knowles 2/32, John 
P. Knowles Jr. 2/32, Thomas ICnowles & Co. 2/32, Sidney W. I&iowles 1/32, 
Charles S. Knowles l/32. New Bedford; j-_manda Doane 1/32, Beriah Doane 
2/32, Orleans. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered Aug. 18, 1679 - perma- 
nent. Master: F, Laiirence Briggs, 0\'mers: Thomas H. Knowles 2/32, 
Estate of Joseph ICnowles 5/32, Estate of Thomas IQiowles 8/52, John 
P. Knowles 6/32, Sidney W. Knowles l/32, Charles S. Knowles 1/32, F, 
Lawrence Briggs l/32, John P, Knowles Jr. 2/33, Thomas Knowles & Co. 
1/32, New Bedford; Beriah Doane 2/32, Amanda Doane 1/32, Orleans. 

Bark, of Nevj .jedford. Re-registered May 7, 1883 - perma- 
nent. 142.47 tons. Owners: Thomas H. I'Qaowles 2/32, F. Lawrence 
Briggs 1/32, Estate of Jose^ih Knowles 5/52, Estate of Thomas Knowles 
8/52, Joiin P. ICnowles Jr. 2/32, John P. Knowles 9/32, Sidney W. Knowles 
1/52, Charles S. Knowles 1/52, New Bedford; Amanda Doane l/32, Beriah 
Do tine 2/32, Orleans. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered June 20, 1885 - perma- 
nent. Master: Anthony P. Benton. Oiivners: William Lewis 31/52, 
Charles S. KnovJles 1/32, New Bedford. 



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1319 Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 16, 1887 - porma- 
nent. Master: Andrcvj J. lioslier. Owners: ¥illiaiTi Levjis 5/32, 
Alexander H. Seabury 8/32, Charles Taber 4/32, Sajnuel C. Hart 2/52, 
Rufus Randall l/32, ifilliam Baylies 4/32, New Bedford; William G. 
Miller 2/32, Boston; Israel Hacoraber 2/32, Andrevj J. Moshor 4/32, 
Westport. Vessel sold foreign in 1889. 

1320 ?JAI73N0CK , schooner, of Rockland, Mo. Registered Aug. 8, 1927 - ten5>- 
orary. Built at Rockland, lie. in 1907. 258 tons; length 135.9 ft., 
br^aath 54,3 ft., depth 9.8 ft. Master: H. A. Trynor. Owners: 
Richard K. Snow 11/54, I. I. Snow Co., Inc. 25/64, Israel Snow Sr. 
1/64, Estate of ii. S. Littlefiold l/64, Estate of Mary M. Snow 2/64, 
Eveline I. Snow l/l28, R. J. '.'asgatt l/l28, :;iaine Real Estate Co., Inc. 
1/64, John Bernot l/54, Addie E. Snow l/61, .^rthur E. Wingfield l/64, 
Rockland, Me.; Alice Outhouse l/84, Camden, Me.; Estate of Y'Jilliam 
Bisbee 1/64, IJarrcn, Mo.; lola W. Vinal l/l£3, R. 0. Elliot 5/128, R. 
E. Dunn l/l28, Thomaston, Me.; Thomas S. Dennison l/64, Brewer, t^e.; 
Cora E. Snovj 2/64, Maurice R. Snow l/lSS, IJelter E, Snow 1/128, South 
Thomaston, Lie.; E. Nina Slwin 2/ 64, Ralph E. Slavin 2/64, Blue Hill, 
Me.; Walter E. Crock..jtt l/l28, willurd U. Taylor l/64, Amos D. Carver 
1/64, John C. Elliot 1/64, Now York; Harry Louderbough 1/64, Jersey 
City, N. J.; Harry 3. loarsons 2/64, Bridgeport, Conn. One deck, 
three masts, elliptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at 
Boston June 18, 1927. 

21 "..TILTS CAP , yawl, of Nev* Bedford. Registered July 5, 1902 - permanent. 
Built at Essex in 1878. 51 tons; length 56.8 ft., breadth 20.7 ft., 
depth 6.7 ft. Master: Antonio Finto. Owners: Joao Jose Oliveira, 
Ne¥J Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a scroll head. 
Previously enrolled at New Bedford July IS, 1901. Vessel sold to 
aliens in 1903. 

32 'JHITE g.TAN , schooner, of Boston. Registered May 9, 1872 - temporary. 
Built at Calais, Me. in 1865. 141.74 tons; length 95 ft., breadth 
23.85 ft., depth 8.05 ft. Masters: Isaac N. Knapp. Owners: James 
Powers, Boston. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Passamaquoddy, 1/je. Apr. 28, 1870. 

IZi WILIARD , schooner, of Boston. Registered June 22, 1871 - tempoi-ary. 
Built at Bristol, R.I, in 1857, 73,2 tons; length 64,8 ft,, breadth 
22.9 ft,, depth 6,9 ft. Master: Jacob Anderson. Ovmers: James Powers, 
Boston. One deck, tvro masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously 
enrolled at Newport R.I. Apr. 24, 1868. 

14 Schooner, of Orrin^ton, Me. Re-registered Apr, 24, 1372 - 

temporary. Master: Charles Smith. O^vners: Charles Smith 5/4, 
Orrington, M.e,; John ''.J, Thurrett l/4, Bangor, Me, Previously enrolled 
at Boston July 5, 1871. 



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7I ILLIAM BkYLT^S , bar::, of NevJ Bedford. Registered Sept. IS, 1886 - 
permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1SS6. 308.83 tons; length 118.5 ft., 
breadth 28 ft., depth 16.5 ft. Masters: Horace B. Montross. Cn-vners: 
^'illiam Le'AJis 4/l6, Antone L. Sylvia 1/15, Alexander K. Seabury 9/l6 , 
VJilliera Baylies 2/lS, New Bedford. T'-jo decks, three masts, elliptic 
stern, a billethead. Previously registered at Bath, Lie. Aug. 27, 1886, 

1JILLU:21 DEI'IING , schooner, of Calais, Lie. Registered Jan. 29, 1890 - 
temporary. Built at Calais, Lie. in 1869. 170.26 tons; length 
104.4 ft., breadth 27.3 ft., depth 8.8 ft. Masters: Frank Hodgins. 
Owners: Henry B. Zaton 23/52, J. Kickerson l/52, Chase, Barker & Co. 
1/32, J. Hutchings l/64, Charles L. Doming 1/64, Estate of Liargarot 
Brecn 4/32, Calais, Lie.; Jed ?ryc 2/32, Ngvj York. One deck, t;J0 
masts, square stern, a billethcad. Fr.^viously enrolled at Calais, Lie. 
Sept. 25, 1889. 

I'JILLIAIL GIFFORD , bark, of Nexi; Bcdiord. Registered July 31, 1868 - 
permanent. Built at Dartmoutli in 1858. 241.04 tons; l.:.ngth 102 ft., 
breadth 26.1 ft., depth 14.9 ft. Llastur: Charles A. Vcedcr. Ovmcrs: 
Charles H. Gifford 5/32, Charles R. Tucker & Co. 4/32, Nathaniel 
Adams 1/32, Pclcg Slocum 1/32, Elizabeth Gifford l/32, New Bedford; 
VJilliam Cummings 6/32, Estate of John Cuiiimings 2/32, Luthan Potter 
4/32, Dartmouth; Jonathan P. Gifford 4/32, w'ostport; John P. Pishor 
2/32, Edgartown; Lucrutia G. Chase 1/32, Valley Falls, R. I.; Mary F. 
Porter 1/32, Nevj York. Tvjo decks, three masts, square stern, a bird 
head. Previously registered at New Bedford Nov. 23, 1863. Vessel 
readmeasured. Lavjrence Grinnell, surveyor. (Cf. Vol, II) 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-regi stored Jan. 15, 1874 - perma- 
nent. 250.44 tons. Masters lUlliam P. Gibbs. Oviners: Charles H. 
Gifford 12/32, Charles E. Tucker & Co. 4/32, Nathaniel Adams l/32, 
Peleg Slocuni 2/32, Elizabeth Gifford 1/32, Jonathan P. Gifford 4/32, 
New Bedford; Estate of John Cummings 2/32, Luthan Potter 4/32, 
Dartmouth; Lucretia G. Chase l/32, Valley Falls, R. I.; Mary F. Tort er 
l/32, New York. Vessel readmeasured. J. a. P. Allen, surveyor. 
Vessel Sold foreign. 

VJILLIAM LEJIS , steam bark, of New Bedford. Registered Sept. 25, 1868 - 
permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1888. 332.04 tons; length 134 ft., 
breadth 50 ft., depth 16,55 ft. Liastor: Cyrus Llantur. Owners: 
IJilliam Levjis, Now Bedford. Two decks, three masts, round st^rn, a 
figurehead. Previously registered at Bath, Me. Sept. 15, 1888. 
Vessel stranded and lost at Point Barrovj, Alaska, Oct. 3, 1891. 



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ILLL'iJvi PHILLIPS , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Liay 21, 1874 - 
ermanent. Built at New Bedford in 1874. 591.53 tons; length 
145.1 ft., breadth 33.69 ft., depth 16.09 ft. Liaster: Abraham He aley. 
Owners: George R. &, William Phillips 4/32, Nathaniel i^dams 2/32, John 
F. Swift 2/32, V/illiara J. Norton 2/32, Rodolphus Beetle l/32, Eben 
Perry l/32, Sbenezer Kempton 1/32, John Liatthews 1/52, David K. Tripp 
1/32, Briggs & Look l/32, Daniel Stowell l/32, Gilbert B. Borden l/32, 
New Bedford; Joseph Healey 12/32, Fall River; Lewis S. Judd l/32. 



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Fairhaven; Coffin & I'oodT/jard .1/32, Boston. Two decL-s, three masts, 
square stern, c; billethead. Certificate of Master carpenter on file. 
Orrick Smalley, surveyor. 

WILLI-AJVI VJILSON , schooner, of Marion. Registered May 16, 1866 - perma- 
nent. Built dt Plymouth in 1856. 91.3 tons; length 72.6 ft., breedth 
19.4 ft., depth 9.3 ft. Master: V/illiam C. Hathaway. Ovmers: 
'.Tilliam C. Hathaway 2/l6, Henry M. Allen 2/16, Frederick Borden l/l5, 
George L. Luce 1/52, James T. Wittett l/32, ■■Jilliaai Handy 2d 1/32, 
James B. Mendall l/32, Marion; Judah Hathaway 2/16, Rochester; Joseph 
T. Hathaway 2/l6, Sandvjich; Stephen Dillingh;^:i 2/l6, Falmouth; Frcncis 
Stoddard 2/16, Fairhaven; Caleb L. Sllis l/l6, New Bedford. One deck, 
t^vo masts, square stern, a billethofid. Previously enrolled at 
Plymouth May 31, 1855. 

Schooner, of Marion. Rc-rogistcrod lik-y 16, 1868 - perma- 
nent. Master: Judah Hathaway. Owners: Jm ah Hathaway 2/15, 
Rochester: Henry M. Allan ;j/15, VJilliam C. HathavJciy 2/16, Frodarick 
Bordon 1/16, Jamos T. '.'ittott l/l6, Jamts B. Mendall 1/32, John M. 
Alien 1/32, Marion; Sstato of Joseph T. Hathaway 2/16, Sandwich; Stephen 
Dillingham 2/16, Falmouth; Francis Stoddc^rd 2/l6, Fairhaven; Caleb L. 
Ellis 1/15, Now Bedford. 

Schooner, of Marion. Ro-registerod May 15, 1869 - perma- 
nent. Master: IJilliam C. Eathawoy. Owners; Andrew J. Hadley 2/l6, 
Henry M. Allen 2/16, IJilliam C Hathaway 3/l6, James T. Vuttett 1/15, 
James B. Ifendall l/32, John M. Allen l/32, Marion; Stephen Dillingham 
2/16, Falmouth; Francis Stoddard 2/l6, Fairhaven; Caleb L. Ellis l/l6. 
New Bedford; Judah Hathe'uvay 2/15, Rochester. 

Schooner, of Marion. Re-registered June 10, 1874 - perma- 
nent. Master: Loring Braley. Owners: Andrew J. Hadley l/32, Loring 
Braley 2/l5, James B. Mendall l/32, A. S. G-urney l/32, Marion; Caleb 
L. Ellis 1/16, John T. Richardson 2/l5, VJilliam Viall l/l6, Oliver 
Prescott, Administrator 2/16, George Delano l/l5. New Bedford; Stephen 
Dillingham 2/16, Frs,ncis Stoddard tj/l6, Fairhaven; Judah Hathaway 3/32, 
Rochester. 

Schooner, of Liarion. Re-registero-d Mar. 24, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Owners: Andrew J. Hadley 1/32, Jamos B. Mendall 1/32, A. S. 
Gurney l/32, Marion; Loring Braley 2/16, Caleb L. Ellis l/l6, Jolin 
T. Richardson 2/l6, S. T. Viall l/l6, Oliver Prescott, Administrator 
2/16, Cieorge Delano 1/16, Now Bedford; Isaiah F. Terry 2/16, Fairhaven; 
Judah Hathaway 3/32, Rochester; Stephen Dillingham 4/32, Falraouth. 

Schooner, of Marion. Re-registered Nov. 25, 1876 - perma- 
nent. Master: Charles B. Barstow. Owners: ^"jidrew J. Hadley 9/32, 
James B. Miendall 1/32, A. S. Gurney 1/32, Marion; Caleb L. Ellis 2/32, 
John T. Richardson 2/52, S. T. Viall 2/32, George Delano 2/32, New 
Bedford; Isaiah F. Terry 4/52, Fairhaven; Judah Hat haw, ly 3/32, 
Rochester; Mary S. Barstow 2/32, Mattapoisett ; Estate of Stephen 
Dillinghara 4/32, Fali;iouth. 

Schooner, of Marion. Re-registered Nov. 14, 1878 - perma- 
nent. Ivla.ster: Arthur H. Hajiiraond. Owners: Androv; J. Hadley 9/32, 
James B. fendall 1/32, A. S. Gurney l/32, Liarion; Caleb L. Ellis 2/32, 
Jolin T. Richardson 2/32, S. T. Viall 2/32, George Dcl^-no 2/32, New 
Bedford; Isaiah F. Terry 4/32, Fuirhe,ven; Jud...h Hathaway 5/32, 
Rochester; ^.rthur E. Hammond 2/3<i, u'areham; Estate of Stephen Dillingham 
4/32, Falmouth. 



179 



338 Schooner, of New Bedford, Rs-registerod Sept. 25, 1882 - 
perraanont. 86,73 tons. Master: Loring Braley, Owners: VJilliam N, 
Church 13/32 » Loring Braloy 13/32, Caleb L, Ellis 4/32, George Delano 
2/32, New Bedford. Vessel condemned and broken up Mar. 15, 1889. 

339 VJILLIAi.I A. GRABER , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered l.iay 12, 1913 - 
permanent. Built at Essex in 1900, 100 tons; length 110.5 ft., 
breadth 25,3 ft., depth 11.2 ft. Master: John Z, Silva, Owners: 
John Z Silva, New Bedford. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, a 
gammon head, previously registered .it Nevj York Nov. 30, 1912, 

540 Schooner, of New Bedford, Re-registered Apr, 25, 1914 - 
permanent, Llaster: John T. Gonsalves. 0v»ners: Benjamin D. Cleveland 
7/16, Briggs & Beckraan l/l6, John DaLomba l/l6, Frank B. Si stare l/l5, 
Henry Burt l/l6, John T. Gonsilves 1/lS, ^'filliam A. Robinson & Co., 
Inc. 1/16, New Bedford; Charles T. ilaxfield l/l6, D. C. Potter l/l6, 
Fairhaven; Jaraes T. Smith l/l6, Dartmouth. 

541 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered May 18, 1917 - 
permanent. Master: Henry Liandly Jr. Owners; Uilliam A. Robinson 
& Co., Inc. 3/15, Benjamin D. Cleveland 7/l6, John DaLomba l/l6, 
Henry Burt l/l5, Briogs &. Beckman l/l5, Een.y Mandly Jr. l/l6. New 
Bedford; John A. Cook l/l6, Provincetown; Milton S. Thompson 1/16, 
Newburyport. 

542 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Mar. 28, 1918 - 
permanent. Owners: Benjamin D. Cleveland 9/l6, w'illiam A. Robinson 
& Co., Inc. 1/16, Henry Burt l/l6, Briggs & Beckman l/l6, Henry 
Mandly Jr. 1/15, Samuel Horvitz 1/16, William F. Potter 1/16, John 
DaLomba 1/16, Now Bedford, 

)43 Schooner, of New Bedford, Ro-r^gistorod Apr, 24, 1922 - perma- 

nent. Master: John T, Gonsalves, Ovjners: Benjamin D. Cleveland 
7/16, Uilliam F, Fottor l/l6, John DaLomba ^716, Briggs & Bookman l/l6, 
Henry Burt l/lo, Samuel Horvitz l/l5, John T. Gonsalves 2/16, William 
A. Robinson & Co.,. Inc. l/l5. Now Bedford. 

544 Schooner, of New Bedford. Ro-r^gisturod Oct. 25, 1923 - 
porraanont. Master: Arthur Z. Silva. Owners: Arthur Z. Silva, New 
Bedford. 

545 Schooner, of Now Bedford. Re-r:.gistered Liay 15, 1925 - 
permanent. Master: Ilipolito Rogers. Owners: Luther DeSantos, New 
Bedford. Vessel lost at Liayo, Cape Verde Islands, in 1928. 

546 VflLLIAI.i A. GROZIER , schooner, of Frovincetovm, Registered Mar. 31, 
1904 - temporary, ^uilt at Kennebunk, Me. in 1865, 111 tons; length 
91,6 ft,, breadth 22,5 ft,, depth 8,9 ft. Master: George L, Dunham, 
Owners: John A, Dunhara 48/96, George L. Dunham 6/96, Provincetown; 
Maggie A. Dunham 36/96, Sonv^rvillo; Joshua Baker 2/96, Nelson R. 

Baker l/96, Printess l.", Scuddor 2/96, George T. Baker 1/96, Ndw Bedford. 
One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled 
at Now Bedford Mar. 20, 1902. 

547 Schooner, of New Bedford. Re-registered Sept. 27, 1911 - 
permanent. Master: John Z, Silva. Owners: John Z. Silv-j, New Bedford. 
Previously enrolled at New Bedford l.iay 2, 1908. 



181 



'Wi, E. STEEL , schooner, of Chathan. Registsrad Oct. 11, 1839 - tem- 
porary. Built at EGsejc in 1849. 49*29 tons; length 60.9 ft., breadth 
17.6 ft., depth 5.9 ft. Mo.ster: Luther A. ^uck. Owners: Luther A. 
Buck, Chatham. One deck, two masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously enrolled at Chath.siii Oct. 2, 1869. 

WILLIMl J. ROTCH , ship, of New Bedford. Registered Jan. 26, 1901 - 
permanent. Built at Bath, Me. in 1861. 1664 tons; length 218.2 ft., 
breadth 42.1 ft., depth 24.2 ft. Mast.jr: D. A. Yanhon. Owners: 
Frederick W. Besse 2/192, Karriot C. Bosso 3/64, V.'illiani H. Bcssu 3/64, 
Jonathan Bourne 2/64, Thomas B. Griffith 2/64, Carver; Joseph B. 
Thomas 10/64, Boston; George R. Funton 42/64, Ncvf York; Ernestine 
Sponcor 4/192, Chicago, 111. Tvjo decks, three masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously registered at New York Jan. 17, 1901, 

WILLIAM L. EL:JNS , schooner, of Now York. Registered Apr. 3, 1899 - 
temporary. Built at Dennisville, N. J. in 1873. 229 tons; lencth 
121,4 ft., breadth 31 ft., depth 8,4 ft. Master: Irving Robinson. 
Owners: Joseph Bermot , Boston. One deck, thi'ee masts, square stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at Philadelphia, Pa. Apr. 20, 1897. 

WILLI Atvi AND PIEt-TRY , bark, of Fairhavcn, Registered Hay 10, 1870 - 
J)ormanent. Built at Gloucsstor in 1018. 234.49 tons; length 97,9 ft., 
breadth 24,8 ft,, depth 15.6 ft. Master: Daniel B, Greene, Owners: 
Isaiah P. Terry 18/56, Francis T. Perry 4/56, Joim C. Pease 2/53, 
Joshua Delano 2/56, Luther Cole 1/56, Fairhaven; Daniel B. Greene 10/56, 
John D. Silva 4/56, Joseph Vera 4/56, John Perry 4/56, Charles E. 
Rowland 4/56, John W, PeircG 2/56, New Bedford; Elisha William l/56, 
Lakeville. Two decks, three masts, square stern, a billethead. Pre- 
viously rogistorcd at New Bedford Nov. 21, 1864. Vessel readmcasurcd. 
Lawrence Grinncll, surveyor. Vessel condemned at Fayal, Azores, in 
1872. (Cf. Vol. I & II) 

WIN"NEPE S AUKEE , schooner, of New Bedford. Registered Nov. 13, 1934 - 
permanent. Built at Shelburna, Nova Scotia, in 1923. 58 tons; length 
78 ft., breadth 20.2 ft., depth 9.6 ft. Master: Pedro G, Martins. 
&/jners : Augusto Araado, Boston. One deck, two masts, elliptic stern, 
a billethead. Previously enrolled at EeM York May 5, 1933, Vessel 
lost in 1934. 

"WITCH lAZ EL, schooner, of Providence , R. I. Registered Apr. 4, 1879 - 
temporary. Built at Bath, Me. in 1862. 251.49 tons; length 118.2 ft., 
breadth 52.1 ft., depth 6.5 ft. Master: Robert 11, -^mes. Owners: 
S, J, Nightingale 5/8, E.. J, Nightingale, Trustee l/8, W. C. Greene 
3/8, F. H. Seabury 1/8, Providence, R. I. One deck, three masts, el- 
liptic stern, a billethead. Previously enrolled at New Bedford Apr, 
27, 1877, 



182 



ZAKTHO, bark, of Nevj Bedford. Registered Nov. 15, 1856 - permanent. 
Built at Warren, R. I. in 1855. 206.26 tons; length 110.5 ft., 
breadth 26 ft., depth 12.7 ft. Master: John A. Beebe. Owners: 
'..'illiam R. & Joseph Uing 8/52, Lloyd N. Peirce l/32, Henry Tabor 2/32, 
Uilliam G. Taber l/32, Va Hi ara Gordon Jr. l/o2, Amasa Whitney 2/32, 
Henry W. Wentworth l/32, 'Tilliam H. Wrightington 2/32, V/illiam J. 
Rotch 2/32, .-.illiaiu \,'. Crapo l/32. New Bedford; John A. Beebe 2/32, 
Nantucket; Benjamin B. Chvirch 1/32, Gosnold; Barling & Davis 8/32, 
New York. One deck, three masts, elliptic stern, a figurehead. Pre- 
viously registered at Nevj York May 24, 1855. 

Bark, of New Bedford. Re-registoted May 3, 18V0 - perma- 
nent. Master! Josv^ph ^J. Lavors, Ovmers: Joseph & '..'illiam R. '>;ing 
9/52, Amasa Uhitney 3/32, William J. Rotch 2/32, Henry Taber 2/32, 
William H. 'Jrightington 2/32, '.;illiam Gordon Jr. l/S2, William \J. 
Crapo 2/32, "./illiara G. Taber l/32, Lloyd N. Peirce l/32, Alexander 
H. Seabury 4/32, Joseph W. Lavers 1/32, E. B. & F. Macy l/32, Nevj 
Bedford; John A. Beebe l/52, Nantucket; Benjainin B. Church 2/32, 
Gosnold. Vessel vjrecked in 1872. 



YOUNG FHENIX , ship, of Nev; Bedford. Registered July 15, 1867 - perma- 
nent. Built at Rochester in 1822. 355.39 tons; length 107.5 ft., 
breadth 28.5 ft., depth 18.7 ft. Master: Austin Smith. Ovmers: 
George R. & VJilliam Phillips 6/l6,' Ivory H, Bartlett & Sons l/l6, 
Caleb L. Ellis 1/32, Manasseh Kempton l/32, New Bedford; William 
Shockley 2/l6, Bridgewater; Hannah P. Paine 2/l6, Beverly; Benjamin 
E. '•''"ing 1/16, Dartmouth; Lewis L. Dunbor 1/15, St, Paul, Mnn. ; James 
Sherman 2/16, Sidney, Ife. Two decks, tl'iree jiiasts, square stern, a 
phenix figurehead. Previously registered at Nevj Bedford May 14, 1864. 
Vessel readmeasured. J. B. Smith, surveyor. (Cf. Vol. i & II) 

Ship, of IIcw Bi.dford. Re-r..Gisturod Oct. 2, 1871 - perma- 
nent. Master: Silas G. Baker. Owners: George R. & Williaia Phillips 
3/8, William Phillips l/8. Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons l/l6, Caleb L. 
Ellis 1/32, Manasseh Kempton l/32. New Bedford; Hannah P. Paine l/8, 
Beverly; Benjamin P. I.'ing 1/15, Dartmouth; Jaji.ies Sherman Jr. 1/8, 
Sidney, Me.; Lewis L. Dunbar 2/32, St. Paul, Minn. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registerod July 7, 1875 - perma- 
nent. Master: David L. Gifford. Owners: George R. & Williaun 
Phillips 12/32, WilliaBi Phillips 3/32, Ivory H. Bartlett & Sons 2/32, 
Caleb L. Ellis 1/32, Menasseh Kempton l/32. New Bedford; Hannah P. 
Paine 4/32, Beverly; BenjarixLn F. -"ing 2/32, Dartmouth; William A. 
Case 1/32, Little Cor.ipton, R. I.; Jaxiies Sherman Jr. 4/32, Sydney, Me.; 
Lewis L. Dunbar 2/32, St. Paul, Minn. 

Ship, of New Bedford. Re-registered Dec. 5, 1881 - perma- 
nent. Master; Williaf.ii H. ffitchell. Owners; George F. Bartlett 
11/16, v/illiara Phillips & Son 4/15, J. & W. R. "ing & Co. I/I6, New 
Bedford. 



183 



136S YUKON, s«-hoonai>-, o-f -Fro^-idence, R. I. Registered Nov. 12, 1925 - 
~^porary. Built at Essex in 1917. 142 tons; length 118.4 ft., 
breadth 25.9 ft., depth 11.9 ft. Master: Benjai:iin Costa. Owners: 
John Barboza, Providence, R. I. One deck, tvjo masts, elliptic storn, 
a plain head. Previously enrolled at Providence, R. I. Oct. 6, 1925. 

1369 Schooner, of Providence, R. I. Re-registered July 20, 1927 

- temporary. Master: Manuel Coslho. Owners: Janes Brito, 
Providence, R. I. Vessel lost 1951. 



~ik3'l%Ii CAEF JiLTT-ii-tS , and S'iJP.'L.VIOI-iS 



* .;-m ^.stsrisk precsding, a nciiia indico.tes thj^t the 
pjrson so listed in tha foi-egoine indei. is sitiier 
a master carpenter or surveyor. Tiis reference 
follouin^ u mine denotes tlie abstract nur.io3r, 
and not the pa'=s "v.;herso;i it ni:.y be found. 



IlNlDEX OF PERSONS 



184 



Abbe, Edward P., 772, 773, 774, 

775, 776, 777 
Abbott, Abiel, 610 

Jerre, 191 
Ackland, Helen, 756 
Adams, Jliadrew, 90 

B. C, 113 

C. B., 174 
Calvin, 622 
Celina, 90 
David B., 106 

Edwin P., 441, 442, 847 

F. E., 588 

Freeman E., 824, 936, 937 

George G., 371 

J., 113 

J. B., 557 

Jeremiah, 944 

John ¥., 944 

Lemuel D., 1023, 1259, 1260, 

1261 

Nathaniel, 106, 181, 199, 208, 

409, 485, 486, 492, 493, 578, 

579, 666, 746, 780, 781, 782, 

794, 795, 796, 819, 820, 821, 

823, 847, 912, 936, 937, 978, 

980, 981, 1302 

S. P., 338 

■Z. L, , Estate of, '361 

Zenas L. , 563, 588, 824, 389, 

936, 937 

Aiken, Isaachar H*, 184 

Vifilliam H., 309, 320, 321, 32 7, 
332, 333, 518, 595, 596, 597, 
627, 652, 653, 703, 704 „ 708, 
709, 710, 947, 948, 9o5, 9BG, 
98 7, 968, 1083, 1124, IZZ'J, 
1254 

iikin, Francis, T., 701 

Alden, Williajn 0., 100 

Alexander, ^i. S,, 90 

Allan ft Whitney, 123, 124, Lil, 160^ 
161, 202, 302, 303, 362, 363, 
451, 636, 637, 638, 923, 924, 
925, 928, 929 

Allan, John H., 626 

Robert, 86, 364, 365, 639, 640, 
752, 753, 774, 775, 776, 777, 
843, 903, 904, 926, 1004 

Allien, Albort C, 8 79 
Annie B., 731 
Bartlett, 235, 452, 453 



Allen, Benjamin P., 719, 720, 
721, 722, 723, 724, 725, 
726, 727, 728, 729 
Charles, 42 7 

Chr-rles E., 175, 898, 960 
Clark, 93, 508, 1145 
Daniel A., 376, 377, 378, 
379, 380, 381, 382, 383 
David E., 868, 894, 1155 
Frederick A., 450 
Frederick S., 286, 369, 409, 
441, 442, 485, 486, 492, 493, 
578, 579, 630, 631, 632, 633, 
780, 781, 782, 822, 823, 847, 
912, 919, 920, 979, 980, 981, 
1302 

George E., 821, 872, 873, 953 
Goorgo E., 871, 1048 
George H., 899 
George W., 818, 819, 820 
Gideon, 38, 175, 176, 302, 
303, 341, 342, 343, 344, 353, 
629, 630, 899, 919, 1000, 
1001, 1033, 1145, 1146 
Gideon, Estate of, 920 
Gideon, Jr., 342, 629, 630, 

631, 632, 633, 919, 920 
Gideon, <5c Son, 629, 747, 743, 
919, 920, 

Gilbert, 38, 39, 341, 342, 
343, 344, 457, 629, 630, 631, 

632, 633, 857, 875, 919, 920, 
9 55, 1000, 1001, 1002, 1033, 
1034. 1U3 • 1146, 1244 
Helen '4 . ''7J, 579 
Henry H. , ..8, 39, 315, 316, 
317, 62j, 630, 631, 632, 63; 
'~"'" "53. 1002. 1034 



II. 



,, ■kria. 



. rxu. v'ou 
Hezokiah^ i28, 8b5, 1059 
** J» A* P» - (^ siirvti-'rnr"^ f<?.A- 



* J. 



HezoKiah^ liia, bbb, iUby 

J. A» P», (surveyor) 524, 

535, 611, 730, 1143 

J. dc R., (surveyors) 359 

John H., 836 

John M., 65, 287, 230, 543, 

592, 1274 



592, 12 74 

Joseph C, 469, 472, 

Liary A. ^ 4 74, 476 

Ma 



473 



Mary E,, 10-^5 



185 



Allen, Matilda E. , 1045 

Slocum, 1111 

Toiiiotlij^ C, 56, 459, 472, 473, 

747, 476, 544, 545, 586, 761, 

762, 1067, 1504, 1305 

¥. H., 918 

Williai:!, 55, 508, 525, 915 

VJilliamM., 315, 316, 317 

Williair. W., 719, 720 

William ¥., Uste.te of, 721, 

722, 723 » 724 
Alley, Charles M., 240 
" J. P., 240 

Samuel, 240 
Ailing, Francis A., 542 
Allison, Heniy S. , 199 
Alraada, Julio Cezar, 189, 317 
Aliay, B. F. , 572 

Benjatjiin, 393 

Sber C. , 1057 

James F. , 599 
Alves, Fortunato, 125, 126 
Aiiiarantes, J. 0., 612, 897 
Ajnes, Oliver, 842 

Sarah L. , 520 
Anderson, Andrew, 199, 607, 750 

j3.cot) , 380 

■■J. E. , 854 
Andrade, Joseph?'., 177 

Joseph R. , 186 
A:uirode, Manuel Jose A., 49S 
Ancier, Jane 3., 801 
Anthony, Caleb, 362, 417, 534, 

869, 962, 1108, 1116, 1227, 

1291, 1292 

Caleh, Jr., 868 

D. B., 319 

D. N. , 527, 528 

David B. , 680, 306, 807, 105 S 

1060 

Edmund ,311 

Hdsiund, Jr. , 511 

Bama R. , 6, 7 

George S. , 256, 237, 238 
■»' Georre 3., ( Survey/or) 199 

John L. , 525 

Roland C. , 974 

T-Jilliaj.fi, Estate of, 348, 849, 

850 
Araujo, Manuel Pina, 422 
Anaington, Arthur A. , 239 
Arnold, Jaraes, 121, 587, 634 

Janes, Estate of, 43 
Arrinton, 45C 
Ashley, Abrahsm, 2nd, '222 

D, M., 957 

GeoTPe B. , 1301 



Athearn, Georce, 250 

Atl;;inson, J. B., 623, 

Atkinson, Le:7is, o2L' 

Atwood, Clara A., 27 5 
E. H. > 558 

Augur, J, F., 1144 

Austin, Jai^es, lis., 855, 355 

Avery, Abtasyj 159 

Abby, 843, 930 
E. P., 1253 

J.aries, 350, 552, 'Zt'5, 529, 
530, 551, 102c, 1027, 1277, 
Jsiaes F., 129, 130, 168, 169, 
171, 172, 346. 458, 469, 472, 
473, 474, 47 o, 515, 568, 812, 
812, 814, 815, 1039, 1094, 
10S5, 1093, 1257, 1266, 1232 

Ayer, Nathan C, 535 

Azevedo, John N. , 15, 16 

Asulay Abraham., 434, 943 

Isaac, 4, 96, 97, 247, 771, 
1223 



Bab cock, A. K, , 345 

Caleb, 570 

Elisha, 04 
Bacon, Charles, 1088 
Baird, R. F., 81 
Baker, Alfred, 357 

Alpheus, S., 1076 

Aiuos C. , 567, 983 

i&os C. , Jr. , 20, 21, 22 

Ar ch elau tr. , [^ 9 5 

Benjsr^in, ■\.::7, 12^1:9 

Barnard \: , 798 

C, 558, 659, 7 98, 1143 

C. & J. F,, 558, £59 

Clayton F., 12, 15, 133, 13 l 

Cjrrus, 107b, 1129 

Daniel rj., 515, 469, 472, 473, 

474, 47o, 7&1, 762, 1057, 1504, 

1305 

E.. M, , 443 

Eben A. , 98 

Ef.vjard L. , 533 

Eratus, 1143 

George F. , 1114 

George 0., 224, 225 

J. & Co., 1114 

J* F., 658, 559, 79S 

J. ?. £c. C, 1143 

Jabes D., 719 

John '(7. , 1121 

Joseph, 1076 

Joseph F., .1129 



Baker, Joshua, 520, 957, 1114, 

1121 

Joshua G,, Jr., 1083 

I/iichael 3d, 222, 223, 224, 225, 

233, 234, 931, 932, 1068, 1069, 

1070 

Michael 3d, Estate, 226, 227 

Michael A., 469, 472, 473, 474, 

476, 513, 601, 602, 1024 

W. P., 846 

Hathan W., 1076 

Nehemiah P., 181, 803, 1072 

We Is on K. , 1114 

Peter, 1143 

Phineas, Estate of, 1143 

Samuel Yif. , 89 

Sarah W., 1129 

T, B,, 718 

Theophilus, 357, 809 

Theophilus B., 960, 1077, 1079 

Vjilliej;!!, 1143 
Baldwin, Ella P., 505 
Baltimore Cooper Paint Co,, 3 71 
Baptista, Joseph, 340 
Baptist©, Manuel, 203 
Barker, Abner P., 818 
Barling & Davis, 991, 992 
Barling, Henry A., 40 
Barlow, E, ViT., 658 

Jesse, 658, 659 

Jesse B,, 659 

William A., 658, 659 
Barney, George, 209, 210, 211, 212, 

213, 613, 945, 1056, 1057, 

1062, 1109, 1110, 1155 

Hial, 681 

Charles E., 511 
Barnes, Cho.rles H. , 756 

E. Henry, 505 

Herbert, 505 

William M., 319, 807, 1153 
Barnett, Henry E., 1226 
Barros, Louis T., 570 
Barrows, Honry F. , 36, 37, 650, 651 

749, 750, 751, 752, 1135, 1136, 

John Ih, 92 
Barry, Francis, 833 

Henry C, 1076 

llary P., 504 
Barstow, Charles B., 17, 18, 583, 

1150 

Edwin ¥., 1, 601, 602, 1121 

Elijah, 1121 

Frances A., Mrs,, 452, 453, 

454, 455, 456 

Jacob P., 452 

Jane W., 602 
Barstow .';; Waterman, 601, 602 



136 
Barstow, Jane Wilson, 453, 454, 

455, 456 
Bartlett, Bourne S., 376, 377, 

378, 379, 380, 381, 382 
Bartlott, Clarence H. , 1244 
David E., 222, 223, 224, 
719, 720, 721, 848, 849 
David H., Estate of, 225, 722, . 
723, 850 
Fannie Jr. , 90 
George F., 308, 311, 363, 
364, 611, 618, 619, 620, 
621, 675, 767, 783, 808, 846, 
866, 875, 889, 938, 939, 940, 
941, 942, 1061, 1062, 1063, 
1073, 1117, 1234, 1244, 1252, 
1293 

George F«, Jr., 941 
Gideon K., 941, 1293 
i Harvey, 611, 650, 651, 703, 704, 
I 705, 765, 766, 767, 889, 938, 

930, 940, 941, 1136 
j Ivory K., 308, 611, 889 
i Ivory H., Jr., 308, 311, 621, 
j 865, 866, 889, 938, 939, 940, 
I 941, 1073, 1234, 1252, 1293 
i Ivory H. & Sons, 36, 301, 412, 
I 413, 414, 415, 416, 561, 563, 
673, 865, 1126, 1135 
James P., 78, 477 
R. W., 141, 465, 466, 46 7 
Robert V/., 413, 414, 415, 416, 
562, 846 

Sylvamis 1068, 1069, 1070 
miliam.H., 182, 346 
Bassett, js.lvah T. , 1294 
George F- . 1'.. I 
i Bates, Alish.-;„ 5;:'3 
Thomas Go 92 7 
bauldry, George F., 122, 579 
■ Baxter, Daniel D., 1284 
! Bay ley, J. E., oo Co., 338 
I Baylies -i: Cannon, 118, 412, 413, 
j 41i, o7':-, 1068, 1069, 1070, 
Bayjios, Thonu-S Do, 610 

Vfiiiiam, 36, 37,. 56, 87, 88, 
106, 123, 124, 141, 159, 181, 
j 19b, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 
I 221, 415, 416, 549, 550, 551, 
! 552, 553, 561, 562, 618, 619, 
j 620, 666, 703, 704, 705, 713, 
j 714, 715, 728, 729, 746, 765, 
j 766, 767, 78 5, 786, 789, 700, 
791, 792, 821, 843, 8x4, 909, 
910, 928, 929, 1004, 1005, 
I 1006, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 
1051, 1052, 1053, 1257, 1250, 
I 1263, 1264, 1289, 1290, 1302 



Beal, Nathaniel, 164, 165 

Walter N., 89 
Bean, A. M. , 113 

Kallia H., 1233 

Lewis, 100 

R. L., 113 
Beard, Uilliam A., 93, 772, 982, 

9b 3, 'J>J4 
Bearso, Lincoln B., 58y 



187 



Owen, 520, 588, 842, 936, 

937 

Pliebe 3., 520 
Beath, George A., 90 
Beauvo.is, J. Arthur, 121, 122 

Joseph A., 484, 52 5, 915, 

1111 
Beckor, Charl 



:, 525, 915, 

1111 
Beckor, Charles, 141 
Beckinan, Chrrlos E., 259, 1294 
Beckeman, John A., 681, 734, 735, 

736, 737, 769, 963, 964; 974, 

975, 977, 1202, 1203 
Beers, Stephen G., 89 



1045 
Belcher, Jacob, 626 
Belknap, Elijah, 1301 
Benedict, Marine Co., 174 
Benedict, Frank ¥l[., 505, 642 

Henry H., 642 

Nellie li., 642 

Sarah iyl, , 642 
Benjamin, I. W. , 163 
Benney, Josiah S., 1021 
Bennett, George, ■ 658, 659 

Francis W., 996 

William H., 527, 528 
Benson, Stephen D., 345 
Benton, iuithony P., 537, 952, 1000, 

Joseph P., 278 
Berl:elce, Louis H. , Estate of 642 
Bernard, John, 649 
Berry, i^. H. , 798 

Iionry C, 798 

Josiah W, , 1021 
Besse, Alden, 70, 71, 72, 520, 

575, 576, 609, 681, 742, 743, 

744, 745,, 842, 1235 

Fred W. , 957 ' ■ 

Harriet C, 957 



John Ti, 779 

Oswego, 1076 

¥. H.,, 585 

ViTilliam H., 511, 520, 665, 

666, 842, 957, 1235 
Best, Christopher, G., 163 

Elizabeth ii., 163 
Bettencourt, J, j-i. , 910 
Bickey, G. , 370 
Bigclov/, E. D. dc Co., 276 
Billings, K, S., 409 
Bishop, E., 338 
Bixby, ix. K., 526 

Thomas E., 526 
Blackler, ¥illi..m G. , 772, 773 

774, 895 

William Gi, Estate of 775, 

776, 777 
Blake, ^i. P. ivirs., 2 76 

Edward E, , 3^x5 
Blake ridhip, Pclig, 288, 289, 290 

2S1, 292,, 423 
Blew, Lchm-n, 1088 

Lydia x^. , 1088 
Blew, Vanneman ucCo., 1131 
Blizzard, Edward, 833 
Bliss, James F,, 113, 346 
Blivcn, George vh j 369 
Blood, Hiram. i., 765 
Blossom, Benjamin C, 80, 619, 

620 
Bodvroll, J. R., 268 
Boggs, Edwin P^, 957 

Ella J., 511 

Francis C-, 504 
Bo lies, Edmund 7 . 302 
Bolyer, B. "' ' . jj„o6 
Bonnoy,. Jo Z, •. O'jn^ 8 78 
Bonne y^ Joscr "i V/r , 253, 234 
Boiiney, Joser.h S.. & Son, 233, 234 
Benney, Josiah S, , 118, 1031, 1032 

Josiah \!., 1021 
Booth, S'.txi. 1031;, 1032, 1033, 

lOo;':, 1145., il46 

■"■/illiam, 504 
Boothby, Abticr,, 1208 
Borden, Froctcriok, 287, 288 

Gilbert B„, 33, 111, 320, 

603, 98 7 
Boston, -Tow boat Co,, Inc., 1269 
Bourne., Jonathan, Estate of 1217 

E. VL, 108 'J 

Edrrmud ¥. , 2 59 

J. Jr., 6 73. 1058 

Jonathan, 33, 75,- 76, 196, 197, 

198, 226,- 227, 331, 513,- 514, 

681, 69 7, 698, 699, 703, 704, 



Bourne, Jonathan, 744, 745, 842, 

866, 873, 917, 931, 932, 933, 

1216, 1235 

Jonathan Jr., 32, 64, 73, 74, 

144, 115, 195, 203, 222, 223, 

224, 225, 330, 512, 5G7 , 509, 

615, 742, 743, 783, 865, 872, 

916, 1153, 1212, 1213, 1214, 

1215, 1250, 1251 

Zenas H. , 72, 148, 150, 151 
Bovins, A. 0., 174 
Bovren, Charles A., 756 

M. A., 623 

Seth, 108S, 1131 
Bo-7ers, H. Estate of 113 
Box. 'ditch, Edwin B. , 642 
BoT'jdoin, Julia G. , 748, 
Eoviker, ?. 3., 345 

T?rank L. , 797 
303^0 6, James 642 
Boyd, Eliza, 276 
Boyden, V. E. , 681 
Eracl:ett, John D. , 248 
Bradley, Patrick F., 1278 
Bralay, Andrew F.. , 330 

Jasper TJ. , 894 

Loring, 95, 101, 290, 

1020 

Samuel T. , 162 
Brazil, Manuel, 296 
Breet, J. E. , 276 
Brett, Henry ¥. , 279 
Brevjer, Charles & Co., 311, 611 
Brerrster, YJill iam F . , 965 
Bridington, James ''T. , 9S4 
Eriggs & Beclanan, 11, 12, 13, 39, 

108, 130, 133, 134, 282, -^83, 

1008, 1009, 1010 
Briggs, 3. B. , 559 

Barnabas A., 1242 

Charles, 636, 657, 538, 639, 

640 

Harriet S. , 703, 704, 705 

JaLies C, 259, 527, 703, 704, 

705, 713, 714, 715 

Ifethan, 982, 984 

Oliver E. , 717 

milia^a p., 634, 635, 636, 

637, 638 
Brightraan, F. R. , 38, 39, 457, 746, 

321, 875, 953, 1052 

George 7., 196, 1S7, 198 

Isaac L. , 851, 852, 853, 854 

L. , 38, 59, 106, 75b, 821, 375, 

953, 1052 

Leander, 83, 457, 760, 356, 

857, 858, 1145, 1146 



136 

Mary G. , 543, 544, 545, 

K. P., 361 

Peleg, 996 

T. R. , 106 
Bristol, Francis E. , 642 
Brito, Antonio H. , 771, 1080 

Hipolito, 448 

Theodora A, , 1080 
Britt , Henry K. , 1054 
Brodwax, Nathaniel, 277 
Bronson, J. PJ., 749, 759, 751, 

752, 894 
Brook, J. Franlc, 8bb 

John G. i 582 
Brown, Albert C, 1015 

Alexander, 209 

Benjamin F., 585, 667, 668, 

669, 670 

Benjainin Y. , 876 

Charles 57, 875 

Charles E. , 1233 

Daniel, 191 

E. R. , 957 

Ernest F. , 876 

Fran-k , E. , 39 , 387 

George F. , 798 

George VJ. , 762, 918, 1235 

Isaac E» , 1233 

James, 193 

James F. , 137 

John, 399, 798 

John T., 107 6 

Lucius, 811 

Oliver H. P., 533, 647, 648, 

851 

Peter, 133 

Ros-'Jell, a61, 200 

William, 48 
Brovmell, A. M. , 319 

Alexander M. , 680, 878 

T. Fran]<:, 41, 42 

J. 4., 41, 42 - 

J. Augustus, 238 

Joseph, 40, 160, 161, 200, 

201, 202, 302, 303, 634, 635, 

636, 637, 638, 880, 881, 882 

William C, 413 

iniliam 0,, 118, 319, 402, 

673, 674, 580, 806, 807, 878, 

835, 1059, 1060 

William 0. Jr., 319, 674, 

680, 306, 807, 878, 1059, 1060 

William 3., 1068, 1069 

Hright, 428, 429, 885, 1111 

VJright, Estate of 430 
Bruce, James H. , 107 

Joseph L. , 347 



189 



585 



76, 106, 



Cables, Georf^e, 622 

Co.brnl, John M. , 555 
Joseph, 702 

Cady, z.lfred E., 565 
J. B., 572 
S. H. , 572 

Cain, A. H., 623 

^xlexander H. , 81 
Liaurice, 623 

Cc!.ld\irell, Joseph, 628 

California Shipping Co. 

Call, Thomiis E., 477 

Camara, Elias barros, 189 

Cameron, James K. , 90 

Camp, ifcy E,, 1233 

Ctimpbell, Thomas G., 40 
580, 581, 928, 929 

Candage, B. W. , 77 
li. E., 77 

Crnuon A Curtis, 17, 18 

CaM.'n, Edward, 19, 20, 21, 135, 
:M6, 137, 162, 285, 303, 393, 
'Icl, 605, 613, 683, 684, 685, 
686, 788, 789, 790, 872, 881, 
882, 922, 923, 924, 1057, 1135 
Edward, Estate of, 138, 68 7, 

"ranees A,, 790., 791 

• ranees E., 415^ 416 

'.fcorge H, , 512 

I'homas J., 1069 

Nathaniel S., 789 
Card,' E. H., 624 
Carli, Robert, 626 
Carlton, Lavinia, 1129 
Carp«nter, F„ F., Trustee, 3 70 
Carter, James S., 930 

John, 63 
Carver, i^mos 

George A. 



;71 



D., 113, 
, 345 

Cary, Nathaniel C, 93 
Case, iilexander H. , 683, 684, 685, 

686 

Allien, 780, 781, 782 

Vhlliam ii., 68 7, 688 
Cash. William, 911, 936, 937, 

960 
Castino, John A., 534 
Caswell, Elbridge G. , 35 

Thomas T., 829 

William A., 520, 681 

ViTilliam H., 85, 148, 149, 150 

151, 361, 681, 899, 900, 901 

William T., 731 
Cathcart, Charles C, 956, 937 
Caulley, James M.., 2 76 
Causoy, J. K. , 696 



Centeio, Antonio F. , 203 
Chace, Charles A., 12, 107 

H. R,, 572 

Jonathan, 1034 

Walter F. , 12, 13 
Chadbournc, C. G., 421 
Chadwick, Elijah, 936, 937 

Joshua T., 936 
Chamberlain, ViTilliam L. , 601, 602 
Chantre, Manuel F., 600 

Manuel T., 816 
Chapman, A. M. , 163 

Alfred M., 608, 700, 701, 772, 

773, 774, 775, 776, 777, 936, 

937, 1057 

B. F., 572 

Jamfes L. , 707 

John H,^ 383 
Chapman & Sh{;rtloff, 412, 413, 

414, 415, 416 
Charry, John, 5 
Chase, Abner, S'*" 

Abmh&m, 36, 65Q, 651, 786, 

843.^ 1263, 1664 

Abram, 65, G6, 618, 619, 62*0 

Albert J UK 

Amos A. ,, 661, 926, 1035 

;^drew 3„, -Sir. 9, 472, 473, 

474, 476,,, 505^ 703, ' 704, 705 

Angus S,. 346 

imnie Eo. 237 

iLTiol, 2 b''' 

Charles .i. , 1043 

Clarenoc,, f'iO 

Cyrus B; _ '^ '6 

F. N., s'l.G 

George, 431 .88 7 

Hannah B. , 7C3, Tlf^ ,-, 705 

Harry E. , 346 

Henry, 283 

Henry H. ^ 536 

James H. ^ ?3 

Jonath'->n- C71 

Josiah E,. . ;.?5, 196, 609 

ifevi, 55o 

Robert B,, 705 

Walter Fo, 259 

Whitman, 556 

Zcbina H.., 703, 704, 705, 

990 

Zebina \'{., 703, 704, 705 
Cheney, Charles E„, 90 
Chilcott, Jcjnos C, Surveyor, 240 
Childs, Alexander Co., 305, 306 

Charles 24, 726, 350, 1218, 

1257 
Chile \Afhalling Co., The, 920 



Chipmc.n, S. C, 276 

Church, L. F., 256, 257, 258 

Albert P., 23, 24, 724, 725, 
902, 903, 1221 

Albert F., Estate of 25, 26, 
27, 28, 726, 727, 728, 729, 
904, 905, 906, 907, 908, 

1217, 1218, 1219, 1220 
Bonjamin B., 17, 19, 20, 21, 
22, 40, 41, 42, 95, 123, 124, 
135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 159, 
132, 184, 250, 251, 252, 253, 

254, 262, 263, 264, 335, 336, 
418, 447, 465, 466, 467, 525, 
541, 618, 619, 650, 651, 669, 
670, 671, 675, 703, 723, 738, 
739, 740, 741, 749, 750, 751, 
752, 765, 766, 76 7, 785, 786, 
701, 794, 795, 796, 843, 887, 
P6Q, 915, 938, 939, 940, 941, 
1050, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1135, 
1136, ll-i5, 1146, 1214, 1215, 
1247, 1255, 1256, 1257, 1258, 
1263, 1264, 1284, 1285, 1286 
B'onjcmin, Estcito of 163, 22 7, 

255, 704, 753, 792, 1216 
C. A., 719, 720, 721, 739, 
','40 

Or. A., Estr.te of, 722 
■ G . C, 256, 257 
Charles C, 23, 24, 25, 26, 
2 7, 28, 86, 705, 902, 903, 
90'±, 905, 906, 907, 1217, 

1218, 1219, 1220, 1221 
Chc.rlcs S., 10, 258 
Christopher A., 17, 18, 19, 
1255 

Christopher A., Estate of, 20, 
1256 

Erastus, 514, 811 
Erastus, Jr., 54 
George F.,, 741 
Ji.jnes Aa, 505 

James I., 34, 35, 92, 384, 385, 
507, 508, 1245 j 

Tht.ddcus H., 233, 234 I 
W. W., 738 I 

Vailiam N., 67, 68, 69, 72, 95, 
101, 232, 302, 303, 315, 316, 
317, 466, 467, 514, 541, 550, 
551, 552, 765, 766, 767, 794, 
795, 894, 1005, 1289, 1290 
Churchill, L. P., 89 

Robert G., 1028, 1034, 1224, 
1225, 1226 



190 
Churchill, Sylvanus, 42 7, 428, 

429, 430, 431, 525, 601, 602, 

915, 972, 973, 1023, 1024, 

1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1031, 

1032, 1033, 1145, 1146 

Sylvanus, Estate of, 430, 

431 
Churn, William, 12 7 
Claghorn, James N. , 1016 
Claglc, It.ry J., 716 
Clapham, Thomas, 896 
Clapp, J. C, 504 
Clark, A. Frank, 3, 4, 11, 128, 

129, 130, 282, 283, 554, 691, 

692, 812, 813, 814, 815, 1008, 

1009, 1010, 1089, 1094, 1095, 

1098, 1280, 1281, 1282 

A. Frank, Estate of, 693 

Bradley, M., 1249 

Charles S., 599 

Edwin N., 758 

Frank D. , 120,. 

F. S., 505 

George T,, 662 
Clark, Harriet, 738 

James M. j, 963 
Clark & Jenney, Z'-i 
Clark, Joseph, 207, "08, 369, 848, 

849, 912, 1030 

Joseph, Estate oT, 850 

Richard YL , 10C9,' 1094 

WilliajTi, 494, 495 
Clarke, James V.'..- . 1209 

James \1, , "'•e=iident, 1210 

Joseph, ?}':_ L'23, 224, 402, 583, 

684, 685 

Joseph, Est. t--. of, 636 
Clay, Alice Et.^ I6'j., 353 

Henry, 168. 2 71, 350, 351, 

352, 374, 468, 488, 515, 529, 

530, 531, 995, 1200, 1265, 

1266, 12 77 

Henry, Gu;..'.'.lian, 102 7 
Cleave land, J.inos F., 1014 
Cleveland, B.. D. , 1230 

Benjamin D., 3, 4, 12, 13, 

259, 315, 316, 317, 469, 472, 

473, 474, 4 76, 761, 762, 1067, 

1304, 1305, 1306 

Emma A., 315, 316, 317 

Hiram J., 35, 412, 561, 1264 

Jacob L., 922 
Clifford, John H., 578 

William H., 90 
Closson, Isaac, 716 



Clout;hj Leonard, Heirs of 716 
Cobb, Abby T.. N., 82, 85 

Oliver W., 87, 658, 659 
Coburn, D. W., 345 
Cockrell, J. L. M,, 756 
Codd, Thomas A., 58, 536 

Victoria S., 239 

William F., 960 
Codding, A., Jr., 465, 466, 46 7 

A. E., 561, 562 



aoc, =''±u, 3'±x, J.WUX, xt-1 I, 

1263, 1264 

iirthur E., 938, 939, 940, 941 

E. A., 76 7 
Coffin, Edward B., 911 

F. YiT., 311 
:^rederick W. , 420 

Cc "en- Bernard, 701, 707, 1073 
:.0;^,,eshall, Bradford H. , 632, 633 

Edwardj 6 77 
Colbert, M. d., 370 
Colcord, J. A.,. 338 
Cole.. Frederick P., 118, 674 

Henry H. , 862 

..uther, 376, 377, 378, 379, 

P80, 381, 382, 393, 394, 395, 

507, 508, 509, 510, 982 
Coif-man^ Bennett D*, 504 

Edith R», 504 

Kate, 370 

Nathan, 588, 824, 936, 93 7 
Colley, Ruth ViT, , 370 
Collins, i.rline F», 317, 472, 473, 

474i 476, 715 

George W*, 222^ 223, 224, 226, 

227 

Gilbert N,, 315, 316, 4u9, "'" 

714 

R* P., 658, 659 
Cols on, Herbert D., 517 
Colther, ¥. IJ., 477 
Colv;ell, Frederick H;, 1031 
Comer, George,' 403 
Comey, V/iliard, 384, 385, 386 
Compania Chilena deBalleneros^ 715 
Comstock, Charles W.> 811 
Conant, J. H. , 862 

John H., 799 

J.- H,, Co., Inc., 370 



7io, 



Conley, Robert J., 1259, 1260, 

1261 
Conlon, John, 477 
Connelly, E., 2 76 
Conners, Vlilliam H. , 801 
Cook, Christopher, 1259, 1260, 

1261 

Daniel C, 424 

Eben, 759 

J. A., Inc., 12 79, 1280, 

1281 

James F., 78 

John A», 129, 130, 260, 

554, 12 79 

John A. Co., 1094, 1095, 

1098 

John J., 584 

Samuel H. , 5 

511, 681, 7&X 

953, 1289, 1290 

Samuel H., Trustee, 928, 

929 

Sarah P., 717 

Thomas, 43, 130, 200, 201, 

580, 581, 949, 1207 
Coombs, Franklin S., 834 

Jacob C„, 540 

James ¥„ , 90 

L. G., 834 

Si B., 44 
Coon, James, 301 
Cooper, William Z 
Corey, John, 108 4 
Cornell, Alfred 



191 



Conary, ivfery, 322 

R, J., 322 
Condon, R. B., 582 



John J., 584 

Samuel H. , 55, 56, 123, 124, 

511, 681, 791, 792, 836, 837, 



340 



lell, Alfred, 1068, 1069, 

1070, lll-C; 1146 

Charles B... , ';J:6, 469, 472, 

473, 474, 476- 568, 761, 

762, 1067, 1237, 1304 

E. M,, 358 

JohnW. , 333, 363, 667, 1255, 

1256 

Joseph H, ., 522, 523 

Joseph IT. ,, 1059, 1060 

Puleg, 49 
Correa, John, 411 
Correia, Jose T., 96, 97 
Corvello, Antone C», 553, 554, 

1007 
Cory, A* .i.., 346, 812, 813, 814, 

815 

xjadrew Ai, 469, 472, 4 73, 4 74, 

476, 1008, 1009, 1010, 1089, 

1094, 1095, 1098, 1237, 1282 

iindrew J., 790 

Seabury, 781, 782 



SeLibury, Jr., 780 
Corson, Robert, 625 
Costa, Benjamin, 464, 914, 1044, 

1211 

LoL.ndro J., 690, 69 X, 692, 

693 

M. C, 812 

M. E., 171, 246 

Manuel, 690, 702 

Uanuel, Estate of 691, 692, 

693 

Ivianuel E., 27, 515, 516, 

1237 
Cotnoir, Arthur B«,, 1119 
Cottle, Jaiaes, 720^ 721 

Janies Jr., 66 7, 719 
Cottrell, George W., 582 
CouGens, Deborah A.j' 520 
Cousins, C. H. , 862 

Jo C, 268 
Cove 11, Benjtuain B., , 409 
Covil, Orion E., 1232 
Covington, Leonard, 421 
Covren, Jonathan F., 1115 
Cowhey, Eugene, 756 

Michael, 756 
Cowie, George, 700, 701 

William, 700 
Cox, jirthur, 92 

* James A., surveyor, 1116 

* J. v., surveyor, 773,, 1246 

* James V., surveyor, 91,1-95,522, 
609, 8^4,857.»959,ll2g,li:.3 

Coyne, John, 835 

Crai£„ .Arlington, 469, 472, 473, 
474, 476 
Georgiana S., 602 

Cramer, Oscar H.., 269 

Crane, Charles N. , 52 7, 528 
John M., 78 

Crano;, Henry 1-,, 740 

Cranston, James, 833 

Crapo, Edgar W,, 131-, 294, 295, 
1122, 1226, 1260 
Reuben, W.-, 48 7, 767, 981, 
1203 

William ViT.., 32, 33, 41, 42., 
114, 115, 184, 251, 252, 
253, 254-, 255, 256, 257, 258, 
522, 523, 654, 655-, 669, 670, 
6 71, 708, 899, 900, 901, 902,, 
903, 904, 905, 906, 90 7^, 908, 
931, 932, 933, 963, 964, 1058 

Crary, George D.-, 601, 602 

Craw, Henry T., 202 

Croegan, E. T., 370 
Pet'.r, 370 

Crei^J-iton, Jrmos L. , 764 
Oliver J., 764 



192 



Critohett, William M. , 346 
Crocker, Charles T., 978 

Elijah, 842 

George 0., 43, 61, 62, 371, 

362, 363, 364, 365, 369, 394, 
395, 396, 397, 417, 484, 847, 
919, 920, 949, 950> 951, 952, 
955, 958, 962, 1082, 1108, 
1207, 1227, 1250, 1251 

H. Clinton, 269 

Oliver, 43, 61, 62, 2 71, 362., 

363, 369, 394, 395, 396, 417, 
484, 84 7., 919, 949„ 950, 955, 
958, 962,. 1082, 1103, 1207. 
122 7, 1250, 1251 

Zenas,, 936, 93 7 

Zenas, Jr, , 588 

Zcnas Ho, 1236 
Crockutt^ G,, W., 345 

H. L., 345 

Wb \l,, 504 
Croft, J. Jo, 642 
Cromvrell... Benjamin Co, 608, 66 7, 

1212, 1213, 1214, 1215, 1216, 

1217, 1218 

Peter, Estate of, 1082 

Samuel H. , 1132 

Susan, 1212, 1213, 1214, 1215, 

1216, 1217, 1218, 1219, 1220, 

1221 
Cronan, Peter Je, 1233 
Crosbie^ Robert, 681 
Crosby. Charles L,, 797 

Elwell S., 90 

George A., 345 
Crossly, Caroline B.., 642 
Crovj-, Henry T,, 136 
Crowell, Edv/ard E,, 628 

Eleazor K» , 1076 

Elizabeth, 118 

Elkanah, Jr., 511, 520 

H0W(:,S, 1114 

Jraaes u.. , 121 

Or in L., 10 76 

Pays on, 4 7 

Peter Hi, 113, 628 

Peter Et , Estate of, 371 
Crowley, Arthur, 89 

Elmer E., 89 

John G., 89 
Cruz, Nicholas P,, 185 
Cullon, James, 625 
Cummings, Benjamin T., 36, 37, 93, 

181, 485, 486, 650, 651, 818, 

81'^.. 820, 9 76, 10 72 

John, Estate of, 818 

Joseph;, 1154 

Tailiam, 209, 210, 211, 802, 

803, 818 



193 



Cummiskey, Michael, 302, '603, 
362, 806, 807, 829, 830 

Currier, George E,, 798 

Curtis, George D,, 90 
IJkxrtin, 329 

Richard, 102, 103, 104, 105, 
165, 166, 368, 872, 873, 899, 
900, 901, 963, 964, 1035, 
103G, 1037, 1038, 1155, 1156, 
1157, 1158, 1159 

Gushing, Jtmes B,, 70 

Cusliman, BenjEimin, 911, 1133, 1134 
E., 163 



daCosta, Jose, 203 



iixuosva, dose, dU6 
Jose G., 565, 568 
Joseph, 183 
d^iif fonsoca, Augusto Jose, 440 
daGamboa, Joao P., 478 
Daglish, John, 12, 13 



d^iff 

,1 Gamb ou , d oa o r . , ■* y 
Daglish, John, 12, 13 
Da in, Saniuol, 1114 
Dais ley, T. YiT. , 1106 
Dalglish, John H. , 259 
'i>Lon,ba. ii-ntonio J.. 



Da 



Iglish, John H. , 259 
Lonba, ii-ntonio J., 1296, 

1297 

John, 3, 4, 12, 13, 14, 177 

ivhnuel, 1211 
.ni-jn, Doane W. , 148, 149, 150 

John, 92 

Surah IL, 602 

Tucker, Jr., 92, 376, 377, 

378, 579, 380, 381, 382, 

383, 384, 385, 509, 510, 

982, 983, 984, 1200, 1245, 

1268 
d'ixndrade, Ivfcnuel Jose, 679, 

1074 
Danton, L. A., 346 
Darling, Emmet B., 614 
daRoza, Eugenie, 464 
Darrah k Ellwell, 601 
daSilva, Joao ^intonio, 573 
DaSilva, Julio, 326 
Davenport, Jilonzo, 1035, 1036, 

1037, 1038, 1039 

Cornelius, 175, 176, 521, 

522, 898, 899, 1207 

Cornelius, Estate of, 522 

George P., 1114 

H. B,, 465, 466 

Henry B. , 141 
David, Augusto Ben, 14, 15, 231, 

1300 
Davidson, \-L H. , 504 



Davis, Aaron, 772, 773, 774, 775, 
776, 777 

Abner, H. , 40, 135, 136, 250 
667, 668, 719, 720, 739, 
1212 

Abner T., 533, 64 7, 648 
Adolphus, 443 
x.lfred C, 851 
Charles E., 1102, 1104, 1107 
Davis Coast Wrecking Corporn.tion, 

1102, 1278 
Davis, Cornelius wn. , 370 
Ephraim C, 421 
Frederick, 425 
G. Fred, 469, 472, 473, 
474, 476 
Jacob P., 68 7 
Job, 533, 543, 647, 648 
John, 262, 263, 343, 509, 
510, 1141 

Louise P., 658, 659 
Liary L. , 52 7 
Samuel F., 32 7, 52 7 
Samuel S., 658, 659 
William, 10 7 

ITilliam M. , Trustee, 233, 234 
Davol, Charles V/, , 89 
Day, Daniel, 572 
d'Azovedo, N. , 173, 909 

Narcisco, 617 
Dean, Aaron, 680 
C. F., 731 
Charles D., 361 
Charles F., Guardian, 705 
Dean 4 Briggs, 102, 103, 148, 149, 
150, 151, 152, 153, 222, 223, 
224, 225, 226, 655, 753, 734, 
735, 736, 737, 899, 963, 964, 
1068, 1069, 1070, 1155, 1156 
Uoan, George E., 497 

H. N., 1224, 1225, 1226 
Joseph G., lOi, 105, 163, 
22 7, 368, 522, 523, 703, 704, 
872, 873, 1157, 1158 
Joseph H. , 361 
I'fciry L., 1232 
Samuel, 957 
deimdrado, Llanuel Jose, 1019 
Deane, Jesse C, 1157, 1158, 

1159, 1160 
doBarros, Maroelino, 678, 679 
deConcoicao, Joseph Gasper, 1029 
Decrow, Israel, 113 

Israel E,, 346 
DeGraco, Joseph, 355 
Dolomater, C, H., 786, 843, 844 



194 



DeLamater, Charles H. , S30 

Coi-nelius, H. , 159 

Ruth 0. , 159 
Delano, Abraham., ?07, 208, 341, 

;:42, 369, 409, 69d, 695, 780, 

S99, 963, 964 

Abrahai:!, Estate o" , 900 

c;r.,r^l.js H. C«, '/C'3, 704, 705 

Cli-rk, 71':' 

reorge, 70, 71, :?, 530 

Harrison, 694, 695 

J8;iier, 591, 592 

Janes H. , ?89 

Joseph G. , 441 

Joshua, 34, 35, 56, 37, 141, 

575, 37b, 377, 57?, 379, 360, 

581, 3G2, 585, 534, 335, 5S6, 

387, 509, 510 

Joshua A., 98?, '.TS, 984 

Obecl, P88, ?89, 558, 539 

Obed 3. , 592 

Ilotort G. , 5:^0 

Stephen C. L. , 67, 68, 69, 

70,^71, 72 
relay, John, 249 
D .Viiluji , I'ilsonB., 1055 
c.eOI i'^^eira, Antonia J„, 573, 574 - 

Trancijcc, J.,, 575 
eeSer.-ia, A. J., 499, 1004 
I)e3eiina, Albcrt?.no Jo a- , 29 
6e3enna, Jose, 678 
De:7,,onci, Kill, c: :':':icl:erson, 425 
Devon, D. F. , 106 

Mariana, 1089, 1094, 1095, 

1098 

Zebeo.ee A., Estate ;:'f, 742 
Dexter, Benjamin, 393 

?. r-ordon, 977 
De:cter & Haskins, 1137, l].3n 
Dexter, Jenny, 1270 

Thomas, 1089, 1094, 1095, 

1098 

Thorns D. , 460, 472, 473, 

474, 47 6 
Dias, Antouia F. , 691, S92, 693 

Charles 1 1. , 539 

Hannah ?.. , 539 

Joseph A. , 51 
DickerKian, Benajuin, 4'';7 
Dickerson, Ella, Guardian of J. 

Cr. , Dickerson, 241 

J. 0., Cuardian oi' Lucy fi: 

Ella Dickerson, 241 

Lucy, Guardian o£ J. G. 
. Dickerson, 241 



DillavTay, George. L., 90 
Dillingham, C. G. , 539 

Stephen, 539, 1045 
Disbrovj, John J. , 1233 
Dixon, Charles E. , 477 
Doak, Dariue, lO^' 
Doane, Deriah, 148, 140, 150, 

151, 305,305, 507, 597, 

698, 699, 75-:, 735, 736, 737, 

1137, 1157, 1155, 1159, 1160, 

1245 
Doane 6_ CO., 181, bib, 751, 794, 

1156, 12-:?, 1234 
Doano, J. H. J. , t03, 513 

Jasae C. , 1-8, 149, 150, 151, 

507 

Jesse E. , 505, 306, 1137 

Lewis S. , 343 

3. & G. , 733 

Siiaeon, 159, 175, 176, 182, 

341, 342, 5 "^8, 457, 485, 

436, 511, 522, 523, 619, 

620, 650, 651, 75-, 343, 898, 

899, 900, 927, 967, 968, 974, 

975, 977, 978, 979, 980, 1135, 

1202, 1205, 1267, 1275, 1275 

Val ent ine , 47 , 7 68 
Dod^^e, Jacob D. , 373 
Doherty, Elizabeth, 625 
d'Oliveira, Joao, Joce, 480 

Louis, 1075 

Luis, 242, 523, 325 
d'Oliveira, Luis, 392, 410 
d'Oliveria, I;iiz, 170, 556 
Dor-ingues, Joae!;., 93, 99, 119, 

205, 325, 4.?8 
DoraAis^y, Geor'-o, 855 
Donaf^hy, Andrev;, Estate of, "61 

Thomas, 361, 572, 608 
Donahoo, John H. I., 623 
Dorroll, Daniel P., 835 
lo.^Sa.'to: , Jo.Aruin A. , 500 
Doty, 35. rloa E. , 505 
Doug'laa, Edviuii., 1232 

John, 1131 

I'^ary, 673, 679 
DouQlasc, Catharine G. , 642 
Doull, Jaiiier, 990, 1224, 1225, 

1225, 1270, 1272, 1273, 1274 
Dovjden, Janes, 7'':9, v50, 1059, 

1060 
Dowel], J. D., Jr., 1233 
Drake, Bertha J. , 75 6 

Edward, 1066 

J. D, , 52--:;:, 105u 



195 



Drake, James B,, Trustee, 1066 
Dri^i^s, James D., 85, 104, 105, 

106, 153, 181, 227, 233, 234, 

368, 485, 486, 848, 849, 850, 

872, 873, 1157, 1158, 1159, 

1160, 1241, 1242, 1302 
Driscoll, John, 361 

Stephen G., 418, 541, 654, 655, 

829, 830, 915, 963, 964 
Duarte, iuitone L. , 1283 

John J., 98, 99 
Dudley, George E,, 505 

James, 361 
Duff, John, 204, 228, 229, 230, 

549, 550, 551, 552, 553, 862, 

1006> 1007, 1089, 1094, 1095, 

1098 
Dunbar, iuin H, , 868, 1291 

George H. , 2S0, 417, 522, 523, 

534, 868, 869, 899, 900, 901, 

1116 • 
Dunham, Geort^e L. , 390, 391 

John A., 390 

iv^argaret A., 390, 391 

William L. , 760, 1012, 1013, 

1284, 1285, 1286 
Dunn, George W. , 1066 
Dunton, L. A., 371 
Durate, John, 206 
Dyer, J. Emmons, 389, 1089, 1094, 

1095, 1098 



Eagan, Ovren J. , 89 
Earle, J. ;.. H,, 256 

Jame s iv. 1.1. ,87- 
Ears, Jaspbr LI., 386, 387, 509, 

1012 
Eaton, Caroline K. , 505 

George W. , 662 

T, T., 662 

William, 113 

V/iliiam R., 78 

Vfillis L., 756 
Edick, Jcuaos H. , 1135, 1136 
Edwards, i.ntone T., 188, 913, 1089, 

1094, 1095, 1098, 1282 

Charles F., 562 

Daniel, 965 

Elizabeth, 2 75 

George D. , 504 

John T., 130, 550, 551, 552, 553 

1282 

Joseph P., 693, 815, 1282 

Joseph T., 204, 913, 1007, 1051, 

1052, 1053 



Edvmrds, Julia A«, 610 
Edwards & Soule, 152, 153, 598 
Edwards, V/illiam L. , 611, 738, 

938, 971, 991, 992 

V^illiam L, , Estate of, 939, 

940 
Egerton, Frederick, 756 
Eggers, Seln»ar, 1226 
Ehrman, Levi^is, 835 
Eldredge, H. D., 163 
Eldridge, Clarence P., 114 

Robert D,, 1068 
Eliot, Mary A., 642 

T, D. , Trustee, 250, 251 
Elliot, James, 31 
Elliott, Walter L. , 31 

William, 564 
Ellis, Caleb, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 

71, 72 

Caleb L. , 28 7, 288, 289, 290, 

291,, 292, 539, 677, 865, 866, 

887, 888^ 1012, 1013, 1045, 

1284, 1285, 1286, 1287, 1288 

Nathan S., 1109, 1110 

Samuel W« ^ 1076 

'■Chomas L. , 253, 1228 

Vifilliam B., 46, 762, 921, 

947, 948, 950 
Elter, Samuel. W., 1129 
Ellesborn, Heratil J. , 626 
Elwell, Charles, 1066 

Henry, 1249 

William P., 90 
Ely, E. B., 1114 

Ivkry M,, 481 
Emery, Daniel S., 78 

James, Jr., 193 

John S., 73 

Prudence L, , 78 

YiTilliam D. , 78 
Emmons, iuina E., 371 
Endicott, Samuel, 944 

S. ii., 944 

William, 944 
Enderson, Henry, 623 
Enos, Joseph T., 547, 548, 549, 

1055 

Manuel, 1232 

William, 690 
Etter, S. W., 1249 
Everett, Charles, 1076, 1129 

Lydia C, 1129 



Faber, Samuel C, 610 



196 



Facemire, Henry, 835 
Failing, Henry, 5llj 585, 957 
Farie, Jose H. , 300 
Far land, Vailiam H. , 642 
Farley, .Milton H. , 12, 13, 259 
Farner, Edward, 565 
Fearing, Benjamin, 601 
Fernandes, Julio i.i, , 96, 657, 

1079, 108 7 
Fernandez, John Joseph, 617 
Ferreira, Michael A., 55 
Fish, Frederick L. , 685, 868, 

6ii7, 688 

Moses R. , 974 
Fisher, Abbey C, 1028 

Charles "If., 74, 75, 218, 

79 7 

Elisha H. , 469, 472, 473, 

474, 4 76 

Elnathan B., 25, 116, 117, 

216 

James H. , 655, 751 

Jotin W., 929, 1255 

Lemuel H. , 455 

iiktthew, 361 

Micajah C, 1045 

Owen, 293, 12 70, 12 72 

Parnell E., 269 

Phebe To, 455, 456 

Thomas N., 1212 
Fisk, Andrevj- A., 716 
Fitch, J. Vii., 558 

William, 1301 
Fithian, Phillip H. , 835 

. Robert J., 835 
Fitz, Franklin, 249 

Philip, 249 
Fitzpatrick, Philip, 81 
Flanders, Cyrus H. , 144, 145 

415, 416, 572 

David, 582 

Francis A., 144, 1028 

Stephen, 1109 
Flood, Hamilton, 862 
Fogg, G. S., 558 
Follett, F, J,, 797 
Ponseca, Januario J., 646 
Foote, Mary M. , 460 
Poran, Thomas F., 504 
Ford, Philip, 481 

William, 277 
Fordham, Thomas E., 1241 
Foss, iibrahara T., 113 
Foster, Charles, 564 

Christopher, 558 

Frederick, 346 



George, 658, 659 
George L., 52 7, 528 
Henry, Estate of 441, 442 
Joseph B., 460, 1204 
Raymond, 731, 732 
Samuel, 199, 607, 844 
Thomas, 84, 2 73, 2 74, 1138 
William M., 677 
Fowler, Robert, 756 
Fox, George, 616 

Lulu H., 1066 
Francis, Hiram, 368 
Joseph, 943 

Joseph F. , 334, 335, 336 
Prates, Anthony J., 702 
Theophilus li. , 1010 
Fratus, Arcenio, 828 
Frazier, Edward M, , 337, 791 
Frederick, J. W. , 801 

¥/illiam, 801 
Freelove, Charles H., 677, 1270 

George, 12 70 
Freeman, E. L. , 2 76 
Ebenezer, 2 76 
Edward, 1249 
H., 2 76 
J. H., 1249 
James, 557 
lua G« f ■ 2 76 
R.-b;, 1249 
So.nford, 809 
Washington, 557 
Freitas, Ant one, 500 
Frick, Hiller W., 1066 
Frickcr, James H. , 955 
Friedman, M. J., 107 
Frisbee, Charles' Vf., 477 
George, 477 
Henry, 477 
Jesse C, 477 
Frost, George M. , 1129 
Fuller, Edwin, 895 

Frederick LI., 494, 495 

Frederick S., 204, 549, 550, 

551, 552, 553, 1006, 1007, 

1052, 1053 

John, 709 

John Y., 713, 714, 715, 1304, 

1305 

Joseph J., 460, 461, 462 

Philemon, 494, 495, 496 

William C.,, 881, 915 



Gallicne, Peter, 1089, 1094, 1095, 
1098 



Galligan, Jaj-.ies P., Jr., 1149 

John, 695 
Gamage, E. D. , 645 
Gamble, J. W., 275 
GaiTiboa, Antoae, 158 
Gamraons, E. A., 681 

Jaiiies, Jr., 159, 844, 930 
Gardner, Darius P., 495,,- 496, 

1245 

Kdmund, 1116 

Howard L., 628 

Hcwland, 420 
Gardner, Read & Taber, 321 
Garrett, Henry L. , 477 
Garrison, YiTilliam P., 625 
Gartland, Peter, 650, 651, 822, 

979, 980 
Garvin, George S., 618 
Gass, Charles H., 1129 
Gelett, Harriet A., 1225 

Joseph S., 382, 1224 
Gennert, Jacob., 826 
Gibbens, William G., 833 
Gibbons, Arthur 0., 257, 463, 

1152 
Gibbs, Daniel W. , 756 

Elisha, 361, 703, 704, 

705 

George C, 31, 527, 528 

George W. , 527, 528 

Irving P., 52 7, 528 

Joseph W., 756 

Lucy S., 756 

Nathan, 658, 659 

Paul C, 52 7, 528 

S. B., 957 
Gibson, Church & Co., 511 
Giffordi Benjaiain, 522i 1046, 

1214 

Charles P., 12 70, 12 72, 12 73, 

1274, 1275, 12 76 

Charles H., 36, 93i 181, 485,. 

486, 650, 651> 818, 819^ 820, 

978, 1072, 1302 

Christopher, 1035 

D. "1/7., 489, 10S3 

Daniel W. , 724, 725> 731 

David L., 321 

David R., 490 

Elihu G;, 1159 

Elijah, 874 

Elizabeth, 486 

Emily P.; 469, 472 

Ezra, 394 

Giles, R., 647 

'i '■■■r y . A 469- 47? 473 



197 
Gifford, Henry B.., .3,315, 316, 317, 

469, 472, 473, 474,. 476,. 527, 

528, 761, 762, 862,. 1067 

Henry M., 22 

Henry R., 705 

Isaac R., 1072 

Jason VJ., 110, 533 

Jesse S,, 4, 10, 11, 731 

Jiqeh, 6 7, 68 

John, 67, 68, 497, 1121 
■ Jonathan P.,. 93, 486, 1072 

Joseph P.-, 383 

Lewis E., 4, ,469, 472, 473, 

474, -4 76, .731 

Lys under T/., 788 

Lysander W, H. , .541 

llathaniel T., 233, ,1031 

Nathaniel T., Estate of, 234, 

1032 

Oliver E., 452, 453, 12 70, 

12 72, 12 73, 12 74 

Rhoda T., 486, 819, 820 

Robert,- 719, .720, 721, 722, 

723 

Robert, Estate of, 724 

Robert P.,, 32, 388, 484, 

782,-1058 

Rufus 17., 344, 738, 933 

Seth A,, 52 7, 528 

Thomas C, 193 

T/Villiam, Estate of, 1072 

Vifilliam D., 165, 848, 849, 

1292 

William H., 12 70, 12 72, 12 73, 

12 74, 12 75, 12 76 

William S.,, 1068, 1069, 

1070 
Gilbert, H.- J.., 163 

I&irshall C, 1038 
Gilchrist, F». Eugene, 764 
Gilman, Byron, 844 
Gilmartin, Daniel T., 269, 756 
Gilmore, David, 90 
Ginn, Hiram Y., 909 
Glidden, C». S., 957 
Goddard,. P. A», 756 
Godfrey, Luther N., 504 

0. S-. ci Co.., 504 
Godinho, Jolin J,, 444, 445, 10 71 
Goff, J. C, 572 
Gomes, August P», 13 

Bazilio, 897 

Joaquim J., 816 

John A., 98, 99 

Jose M, , 97 

Li. R., 169 



r" 



198 



Gomes, Ilanuel F., 203, 913 

Iifcircellino, 326 
Goncird, Servis B., 89 
GonSLilves,, John, '190, 768, 960 

John T., 11, 353, 

Julius, 16, 114 7, 1296 

Iifeitilda F., 98, 99 
Gooding, George G., 222, 223, 224, 

225, 226 
Goodnow, Daniel, 494, 495, 496 

L, M«, i'lrs., 957 
Goodwin, Clara P., 90 

Richard E,, 90 
Gordon, Frances M. , 608 

James II., 623 

lirry E., 634, 635 

William, 634, 636, 880, 681, 

882 

William, Jr., 152, 153, 160, 

161, 13^r, 200, 201, 202, 302, 

503, 3o2, 363, 364, 365, 451, 

605, 606, 635, 636, 637, 638, 

639, 640, 641, 719, 720, 721, 

722, 723, 724, 725, 726, 72 7, 

728, 729, 880, 881, 882, 883, 

864, 923, 924, 925, 926, 971 

ITilliam, Estate of, 637 
Gorham, Benjamin F,, 960 

Jabez ii.. , 658, 659 

Lydia M. , 505 

Nathaniel T., 628, 1076 
Gorman, D., 3 70 ' 
Gormley, Alexander, 662 
Goss, Sawyer oc Packard, 159 
Goss, Guy C, 421, 585 
Gould, Joseph K., 1154 

S. H,, 564 
Gove oc Choate, 799 
Gracia, Manuel, 690 
Granniss, ^j.lbert.. 1233 
Grant, Charles, 605, 606, 880, 

923 

E. B., 628 

George G. , 421 
Gray, Arthur H., 1233 

George, 1072 

John S,, 1151 

Nathaniel P., 451 

Russell, 287, 288, 289, 290, 

291, 292, 538, 539, 591, 592 
Green, E, H, ,R,, President, 261 

Frederick M. , 6 75 

Itxry J. T., 711 

Richard T., 711, 1230, 1231, 

1232 



Greene, Daniel B. , 84 7 

Lewis, 3 70 

Robert B., 120, 1259, 1260, 

1261 
Greenwood, William J,, 22 7 
Gregory, John C,, 565 
Grescup, Charles C., 1088 
Griffing, Aurilia, 1233 

John, 1233 
Griffith, Thomas, 520 . 

Thomas B., 511, 681, 842 
Grimes, George, 89 
Grinnell,_ Eben, 287, 288, 289, 

290 

Edmund, 1284, 1285, 1286, 

128 7, 1288 

Frederick, 176, 747, 748, 899, 

92 7 

Joseph,, 2 71 
■^ Lawrence, surveyor, 300, 302^ 393, 
\ 533, 615, 643, 656, 660, 683, 700, 

'^i2, 865, 885, 915, 955, 1020,1186, 

1212, 

Moses H., 747 
Gross, J., 628, 862 
GrossQup, Charles C,,, 626 
Grout, Horace A., 1303 
Guest, William H,j 505 
Gurney, A, S., 6 7, 68, 69, 70, 

71^ 72 

.uisel, 289, 290, 291, 292, 

423 

John, 293 



Hadley, Andrew J., 6 7, 68, 69, 70, 

71, 72, 289, 290, 291, 292 

F. R., 746, 8 75, 1018 

J. B,, 793, 848, 972, 973, 

969. 

Jacob B., 222, 223, 224, 225, 

226, 227, 402, 667, 4950 

Joshia G,, 477 

Stephen D., 287, 288, 289, 

290, 291, 292, 423 
liagar, Charles H.,' 120, 1259 
Haggett, Junes B,, 585, 957 

Ebenezer, 90 

Eleanor, 90 
Haines, Alexander, 877 
Hale, A. 0., 716 
Haley, iisa, 1088 
Hall, B. S. M., 3 70 

Frank W,, 477 



IfcLll, Fred T,, 345 

George IV., 628 

Gilbert W., 95, 738, 767 

Isaac D,, 73, 418, 541, 609,. 

654, 655, 829, 830, 915 

Jol-m G., 645 

John VL, 1131 

iviary H. , 100 

Ikiry M. , 582 
Hull, Lincoln, & Co., 346 
Hallett, B. F., 809 

Thomsis XI., 924 
Hailstorm, Jonas, 193 
Halsey, Chr.rles, 160 
Halv^ay, Scanuel H., 797 
Hamblin, Caleb 0., 201, 362, 52 7, 

528, 1108 

James B., 335, 336, 33 7, 88 7, 

888, 1284, 1285, 1286, 1287, 

1288 

John C, 302, 303, 362, 621, 

1108, 1109, 1110 

Otis F., 102, 103, 104, 105, 

111, 1023, 1035, 1157, 1265, 

1267 

Samuel 3., 32, 33, 114, 115, 

123, 124, 418, 541, 829^ 830, 

915, 931, 932, 933, 1056, 

1057, 1058 

Solomon, 233, 234 
Hammill, Charles, 709, 8 78 
Hammett, James, 5 75, 576 
Hamrnond, Arthur H. , 65, 66 

E. E., 233 

James, 312, 374, 375, 376, 

377, 378, 379, 380, 381, 382, 

383, 384, 385, 423 

Joseph, 610 
Hancop, Joseph N., 245, 403, 461, 

462, 1152, 1205 

Nathaniel, 245, 461, 462, 

1152 
Handy, Bwnjamin B., 423 

Elisha B., 575 

Francis N., 52 7, 528 

Frank, 658, 659 

James T., 658, 659, 1133, 

1134 

Phiny B., 430, 431, 432, 433 

William Y/., 290, 291 
Hannah, J. V/., 241 
HansoM, Edward H., 8 75 
Hardonbrook, J. M. 526 
Harding, Frank E., 241 

George H., 147, 542 



Hargrave,. George, 558 
Harmon, L. K. P., 511, 
liarper, James I., Jr., 



199 



-", , "^^, 844 

liarper, James I., Jr., 1267 
Harriman, George B., 716 
Harrington, Frank, 957 

Susan G^, 1143 

¥L L., 235 
Harris, Charlea, 719 

George E. , 811 

Joseph J... 96b 

Thomas Bo, 730 
Hart, xxvery, 249 

Chester S,, 89 

F. A., 249 

Francis R. , 907, 903 

R. F., 249 

Robin, 799 

S. C, 572 

3. G., 249 
Hart, Samuel, 249 

Samuel C, 

163 ''■"^ 

619 

930 

S 



muel C, 86, 139, 159, 

3, 216, 217, 447, 618, 

9, 620, 666, 821, 843, 844, 
930, 1040 

Simpson, 222, 223, 224, 225, 

367, 591, 592, 717, 1045 

Simpson, Estate of, 226 



.5b Y, byi, byii, 
Simpson, Estate 
Thomas M. ^'^ 



1045 
'-' -L,:upaun, r;3-ca"ce of, 226 
Thomas M. , 53, 54, 55, 56, 
22 7, 1286, 128 7, 1288 
Thomas N^ & Co., 8 7, 88, 52 7,. 
528 

Thomas N= h Co,. 658, 659 
Willian T-., 59o" 
Haskell^ 'rHiw-u':; ?, , 1202, 1203 
E. P.., b3J,, ;)2 7 
Frank E. . 755 
Henry L^ ^ '^'CG 
Jacob M,, 90, 628 



ijacoo ivi. , »u, 

Loring B., 46 
Haskins, William H. , 6 72 
Haste, Peter J., 98, 99 
Plasty, Joseph H. , 146 
Hatch, Lucius E,, 109 
Hatha\iray. iuidreTirE., 695 

iuithony, 6 77 

Bradford, 6 77, 12 70, 12 72, 

12 73, 12 74, 12 75 

Daniel K,, 982, 983, 984 

Francis, 64, 160, 161, 302, 

303- 362, 363, 364, 365, 605, 

606, 608, 772, 773, 774, 775, 

777. 911, 912, 1104 

Francis C, 604 

Henry C, 1289 

Horatio, 160, 161, 302, 303, 



Hathaway, Horatio, 362, 363, 364, 
365, 451, 611, 641, 681,' 731, 

772, 773, 774, 775, 776, 777, 
924, 925, 926 

Isaac N., 290, 291, 292, 423 
J. L., 672 
Jacob E., 681 
John i!., 239 
Judah, 70, 71, 72 
Louisa A,, 12 70, 12 72 
Meltiah, 17, 18, 19- 20, 184 
Nathaniel, 731 
Newton, 717 
Paul S,, 591 
* Thomas B.., surveyor, 607 

Thomas S., 176, 311, 418, 522, 
523, 538, 539, 604, 605, 681, 

773, 865, 866, 889, 900, 911, 
912 

Thomas S.., Estate of, 260, 606, 

773, 774, 775, 776, 777, 901 

William, Jr., 922, 923 

Vailiam'C, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 

70, 287, 288, 289, 290, 291^ 

292, 538, 539 
Haus, Frederick A., 270 
Hawes, A. M. , 276 

Charles E., 621, 759, 760 

Rogers S,, 572 

William T., 121, 122, 1061 
Hawkins, Jesse D.., 610 

Joseph S, 614 
Hawkbridge, Edwin, 504 

J. F., 504 
Hayden, G, C, 558 
Hayes, Henry S., 962, 959 

Stephen W., 887, 888, 1012, 

1013 
Hay ford. A, \i,, 504 
Hayford & Stetson, 339 
Hazard, Ichabod Je., 263 

James S., 1031, 1032 
Hazelton, George W,, 756 

George Vif, , .-.dministrator, 269 
Healey, Joseph, 1330 
Hedges, Nathan, 642 
Hegarty, William, 89 
Henry, John C . , 
Heppingstone, John, 447 
Herbert, S. G., i»irs., 174 
Herendeen, A» 0., 429 

Alonzo 0., 640, 845 
Herman, Abraham, 132 

/.brr.m ]1 



200 
Hersom, Thomas, 1089, 1094, 1095, 

1098 
Hess, Lewis, 623 
Hewson, Leonard C, 1031, 1130 
Hayer, jvndrew R,, 438, 995, 1302 

Rebecca K., 488 
Hickmott, Stephen, 701., 866 
Hicks, Alexander., 368,, 851, 852, 
853j 854,, 855, 356, 857, 
1035^ 1036, 1037 

i'mdrew, 102;, 103, 104, 105, 280, 
368„ 872^ 873. 1035, 1155, 1156, 
Edward E^, 104 

John, 102, 103, 104, 402, 776, 
777, 872, 873, 1035, 1155, 1156, 
John Ja,, Administrator for 
Estate of John Hicks, 105, 
361, 608 

Joseph, 102, 376, 377, 378 
Higgins, Benjamin ji. , 56, 907, 
1220, 1288 
Hatsell, 348 
Solomon, 1154 
Hildreth, Edgar A., 6 71 
Hill, iUden E., 642 

William H., 1233 
Hillmari, Adell T., 505 
Hills, J» Coolidge) 115 
Hilton, E^ C, 582 

J. R-, 756 
Hinckley^ J, T., 716 
Hinkley, H= Ft, 572 
Hitch, Allarton, D, , 158, 593 

Charlesj 42 7, ■ 575, 576, 654, 
655., 663^ 664, 899, 963, 964, 
1111 

Charles & Son, 611, 963, 9644 
EdT,vard E., 433., 545, 752, 753, 
963, 964 

Joshua C, 386, 387, 522, 654, 
655, 879, 899, 900, 901, 963, 
964 

Obed F,, 3 74, 3 75, 3 76, 377, 
3 78 
Hitchcock, Harry i^, 90 
Kate M.., 90 
Sadie, 90 
Samuel P., 90 
Hoadl&y, Jolm C, 974, 975 
Hodgdon, Merrill E..., 90 
Hodges, James 0,, 52 7, 528 
Kodgman, ¥.. Ko, 89 
Hogan, Michael J.,., 973 
Ho lb rook, John R«, 477 
"' ' " " ■ ■ '■' ■"- ., rP... .1068. 



201 



Holmes, Adelaide W_., 1160 

At.wood., 84, 85, 148, 149, 

15p, 151, 272, 273, 274, 305, 

306, 307, 697, 698, 699, 734, 

735, 736, 73 7, 1138, 1139, 1140, 

1141, 1142, 1157, 1158, 1159 

Atwood, Estate of, 1160 

John N., 939, 1160 

Jonathan H. , 485, 486, 1302 

William, 347 
Homan,3, F. , 309 
Homans, F. W., 235, 526 
■iomer, Frederick, 175, 409, 441, 

442, 521, 822, 823, 898, 966, 

967, 968, 981 

George, 175, 441, 442, 821, 822, 

823, 898, 966, 967, 968, 981 

1289, 1290 

George S., 6 7, 106, 128, 129, 

130, .159, 199, 511, 521, 522, 

523, 772, 796i 930, 1247 

George & Co., 979i 980 
Honeywell, John M. , 694, 695 
Hooker J Frank Hi, 505 
Hopkins, Edwin, 599 

Henry Ci, 346, 469, 472, 473, 

474, 476, 1089, 1094, 1095, 

1098 

John C, 113 

John E., Si Co., 113 

Nathaniel, 338 

Raymond A., 690 

Samuel, 113 
Horan, John, 794, 795, 948 
Horton, E, S., 52 7, 528 

Floyd B., 349 

W. S., 572 
Horvitz, S., 554 

Saxauel, 12, 13, 130, 133, 15'i, 

259, 282, 283, 1282 
Houghton, A. F,, 29 

Elijah A., 1076, 1129 
Houlihan, Michael J., 3 70 
Howard, Alexander C . , 711 

Azol, 110, 559, 560, 1046, 

1047, 1048, 1049 

Charles F., 1225, 1226 

Henry W., 756 

Julia, 164, 165, 870, 871 

Salome T., 602 

William M. , 851 
Howard Coal Co., 731 
Howe Octavius, 944 
Howes, A. A., 801 

Gorham B,, 3 76, 377, 378, 379 



How land, Abraham H. , Estate of, 311, 

747, 748, 829, 830 

Andrew M. , 308, 1082 

C. W, , Trustee of C. Yi. , Howland 

304, 501 
Howland & Coggeshall, 341, 342, 

343, 344, 630, 631 ' 
Howland, Edvmrd, 200, 201, 202. 

441, 442, 673, 780, 781, 

782, 979, 980, 981 

Edward D., 91, 308, 945, 

958, 1082 

Edward W. , Trustee of Charles 

Yf. Howland, 656 

Elihu, 525, 915 

Elijah K,, 545 

Elizabeth J., 28 

Everett, 1068, 1069, 1070 

Frederick £c, 58 7 

George, 300, 304, 501, 

517, 1123 

George, Jr,, 656, 1128, 

1246 

George Lc , 214 

Harrie C, -308^ 1082 

H, D., 664 

Isaac, 17, 18, 123, 594 

J. A., 1254 

Jacob A., 297, 298, 299, 

627 

James H., 409, 441, 442, 673, 

780, 781, 782, 822, 823, 979, 

980, ,981,, 

James Henry, 847 

JohnM., 293, 294, 295, 510 

Martha F.,..1133, 1134 

Martin, V. b., 96 7 

Matthew, 300, 304, 501, 517, 

656, 700, 959, 1109, 1110, 

1123, 1128, 1246 

Matthew, Trustee of Cht.rles W, 

Ilovfiand, 656 , 

M. 'Morris, 517, 959, 1128 

Nicholas, 694, 695 

Philip H. , 533 

Richard S., 701, 959, 1128 

Samuel R., 721 

Sarah E., 131 

Thomas C, 1259 

Timothy, 103, 889 

Walter F,, 8.6, 364, 1036 

Weston, 313, 314 

William C, 937 

William D,,' 997, 998, 1004 

William F., 703, 704 



»■■"'' * ^ 



\ > \ 



Hovrtand, Williain F. , 120, S13, 314 

613, 647, 548, 653, 854, 855, 

856, 85V, 858, 1122, 1259, 

1260, 1261 

Loeth, 851, 852, 853, 854, 655 
Howton, George B., 1114 
Hoxie, Henry M. , 1030 
Hubbard, Betsey S., 1235 

I. W. , 546 

Frank C. , 1076 

George H. , 1233 

Janes E. , 623 

William B. , 113 
Pludson, Allen, J. , 514 
Hughes, Atkins, 533 
Hulse, J. 0. , 809 
Humplirsy, Zva D. , 269 

Sidney D., 269 
Hunt, :.bby G. , 160 

John, 567 
Htnit, John, Estate of, 200, 201, 

202, 534, 535, 880, 801, 882, 

883 

Reuben T. , 90 

Samuel Co , 25, 26 
Hunter, Charles, Estate of, 636, 

759 

Williaui, 477 
Hunting, James R. ,. 441 
Huntington, Frances C., 90 
Huntoon, AbbyE., 384, 385, 423 
Hurd, J. A^ , 345 

Joseph I., 1248 
Hurlburt, Jlinnie tf., 1533 
Hurll, Charles W. , 677 
Hursell, John, 140, 1262 

William, 507 
Hutchings, P. S., 588 

J. B., 558 
Hutchings, Frederick, 954 
Hutchinson, Florence B. , 731 
Huxford, Jaiaes B. , 115^ 985 
Hyatt, James N. , 6, 193 
Hyde, Thomas W., 90, 957 
Hyland, Ja^ies, 1123 



Insular Trading Co., Inc., 1118 
Island Transportation Co», 582 
Island Oil Co, , 682 



Jackson, Eben, 599 
Jackson, & ErvJell, 799 



202 

Jackson, John S., 957 

John S., Jr., 957 
James, H. , 276 
Jamison, Leonard, 77 

Oliver, 77 
Jayne, BanjaiMin E'. , 610 

Mcah, 610 

Scudder, 610 
Jencks , Ida R. , 370 

J., 370 
Jenkins , Thomas K. , 166 , 729 , 1158 
Jenness, Peter H. , 1282 

Richard, 44 
, Jenney, Dexter, 677 

John P. , 372 

J. P. , 485 

Jonathan, 376, 377, 578, 

379, 380, 381 

I'lary E, , 478 

WixliamB., 345, 469, 472, 

473, 474, 475, 1089, 1094, 

1095, 1098 
Jen-!iings, Annie E. , Mrs. 107, 108 

E- E., 82 

Mary J. , 985, 986 
Jenny & Clark, 312 
Jeremiah & Sons, 505 
Jernegan, Charlotte » 162 

Charlotte C, 918, 1267 

Jared, 182, 91o, 917, 918, 1237 

Jared, 2d, lllo 
Jewett, E. H. , 1249 
Jock, Peter, 1149 
Johns & Githons, 1131 
Johnson, GeOx-ge S,, 399 

H. E., 801 

Nathan S., 642 

VJilliam A., 835 
Jones, Benjamin, 710 

Benjamin F., 207 

Carrio, 1056 

Ciiarles A., 90 

Edvuard C.,' 90, 160, 161, 209, 

210, 211, 212, 280, 362, 363, 

554, 394,. 395, 596, 597, 417, 

418, 451, 490, 534, 707, 708, 

709, 788, 868, 859, 962, 1108, 

1116, 1153, 1227, 1291, 1292 

George B. , 1115 

John, 833 

Robert, 124, 300, 501 

T. L., 558 

Vfilliam, 249 
Joseph, Antone, 575, 733, 734, 735 

736, 737 

Charles, 1281 



205 



Joseph, Francisco, 435, 436, 

Frederick, 515 

Manuel, 954, 1000 

WilliaiTx F. , 1^80 
Judd, Lewis S. , 92, 982, 983, 

984, 1200, 1245, 1258, 

1330 



Keen, N. P., ilaster Carpenter, 84 

KehBMi, John, 441, 442 

Keinzle, Jacob, 626 

Keith, Charles F., 254, 1256 

Frederick T. , 591, 592 

Isaac N. , 527, 658, 659 

Isaac N. , Estate of, 528 

Lucy K. , 423 
Kelham, Austin S, , 944 

Charles A. , 944 

C. H., 944 
Kelley, Ahira, 1143 

Albert, 1145 

Anthony, Estate of 1143 

Benjamin, 226, 227 

Caleb R. , 163 

C, R. , Jr., 163 

Charles H. , 318, 588 

Daniel N. , 1143 

Ebenezer C, 1143 

Edinund, 795, 1056 

Ezra, 222 

Henry, 662 

James R. , 1143 

John A. , 591, 757 

John R. , 585 

Hehemiah B., 153, 798 

Shubael B., 47 

Vifilliam H. , 346, 464, 629 

William L. , 144 

Zeno, 668 

Zeno, Estate of, 970 
Kelson, Nelson, 1130 
Keapton, Alfred, 160, 161, 848 

849, 850 

Caleb, 61, 62, 629, 850, 531, 

919, 920 

Caleb, Estate of, 652 

Charles H. , 654 

David B. , 608, 621, bS5, 684, 

585, 68o, 687, 886, 707, 708, 

709, 759, 760, 1152 

Sphraim, Estate of, £71 

B'ianasseh, 865, 866 
Kendall & Roberts, 



Kendrick, Zimira, 895 
Kennedy, George, 944 
Kerr, K. B. , 1055 
Keyes, Benjamin S., 538 
Freeman C. , 538 
John S. , U. 3. Marshal, 357 
Williaid, 70, 71, 72, 538 
Kiensie, Jacob, 835 
KilLner, C. B., 114 
King, A. D. , 527, 528 . 

Edward A. , 902, 905, 904, 
S05, 906, 907, 908 
J. B. Transportation Co., 
Inc. , 624 
Kingman, Calvin D. , 957 

George F., 358, 1217, 1218 
I Kirby, Abner, 851, 852, 853, 854 
1 Charles, 996 
j James B. , 81 
j Kittredge, C. R. , 638 
I Knight & iviclntyre, 554, 555, 
i 556, 337 
I Knowles, Allen H. , 505, 506, 

1157 
I Charles's., 427, 428, 429, 

430, 431, 432 
Daniel M. , 427, 428, 429, 450, 

431, 452 
Edmund, 1154 
Edward, 572 
Elizabeth, 1154 
Freeman, 1154 
Henry M. , 520 
J. H. , 1111 

James H. , 148, 149, 150, 505, 
306, 307, 572, 502, 516, 753, 

734, 735, 736, 737, 1128, 1157 
1158 

John P., 84, 85, 148, 305, 306 
507, 572, 427, 428, 429, 430 
451, 452, 433, 511, 575, 576, 
663, 564, 665, 697, 845, 885, 
1014, 1015, 1016, 1111, 1241, 
1242 

John P., Jr., 372, 427, 429, 
430, 431, 452, 433, 663, 664, 
665, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 
1111, 1242 

John P. , 2d, 135, 149, 150, 
151, 272, 273, 274, 506, 307, 
487, 697, 696, 699, 733, 734, 

735, 736, 757, 885, 1137, 
1138, 1139, 1140, 1141, 1142, 
1157, 1158, 1159, 1160, 1243, 
1303 



204 



I 



Knowles, John P., 3d, 737 

Joseph, 151, 373, 427, 428, 

429, 575, 576, 663, 664, 645, 
885, 1014, 1111, 1137, 113B, 

1139, 1140, 1157, 1241 
Joseph, Estate of, 273, 274, 

430, 431, 43^, 697, 698, 699, 
1015, 1141, 1142, 1158, 1159, 
1160, 1242, 1243 

Joseph C, 427, 428, 429, 430, 

431, 432 
Joseph F. , 917 

Josiah N. , 511, 563, 844, 1157, 

1293 

Mary 3., 431, 452, 433' 

Seth, 148, 149, 150, 151,. 305, 

306, 307, 372, 427, 428, 429, 

430, 431, 733, 734, 735, 736, 

737, 1111, 1157, 1138, 1139, 

1140, 1141, 1142 

Sydney 7/., 372, 427, 428, 429, 

430, 431, 432, 433, 663, 684, 
665, 

Thoniss, 305, 306, 307, 372, 
427, 428, 429, 430, 575, 578, 
663, 664, 697, 845, 335, 1014, 
1015, 1111 
Thomas, Estate of, 450, 451, 

432, 453, 520, 665, 1016, 1242 
Thoii£s H. , 427, 423, 429, 430, 

431, 432, 433, 663, 864, 665, 
1015, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1111, 
1241, 1242 

Thomas H. , Administre.tor, 1289 

1290 

Thomas & Co., 427, 428, 429, 

430, 1111, 1137 
Kollock, Helen IW. , 743 

Lemuel, 949 

Lemuel il. , 742 
Koon, William H. , 578, 689 
Krantz, Jolm T. , 558 



Ladd, 3. 'v. , 370 

Laflin, Jaxnes, 199 

Lahey, Thoroas, 346 

Lake, Theodore A., 630, 631, 632, 

633, 875, 919 
Lakeram, Jaraes E. , 535 
Lamas, Hipolito G. , 131, 300, 1119 
Lamb, Caroline P., 894 
Larihert, Thoxuas E. , 374, 375, 576 
Lar/ibord, B. F. , 276 

J. C, 276 

Serah E. , 276 



Lamper, Joseph A. , 756 
Landers, Alonzo, 658, 659 
Langshaw, W., 1055 
Laphani, Joshua G. , 209, 832, 

879 
Larson, Lars, 1294 
Lathbury, Stearley & Co., 625 
Lattimore, Peter J., 1249 
Layers, Joseph W. , 416, 1156, 

1213, 1247 
Law, Lyman M. , 505, 642, 1253 
Lavjrence, John p. , 1076 

Jonathan P. , 1129 

Lewis H.-, 945 

Silas, 677 

Thomas H. , 48 
Lawton, Jaraes M. , 663, 684, 685, 

685, 687, 688, 847 

Jolin M. , 91 

Welcome J., Jr., 855 
Leal, Jacintho S. , 1003 
Leale, ¥. G. , 107 
Learning, Philip S. , 6b, 67, 68, 

69, 965, 964 
Learned, Joshua C, 460 
Leary, Daniel J., 797 

James T., Estate of, 797 
LeBaron, S., 1055 
Lee, Ferdinand, 201 

George, 677, 1270, 1272, 

1273, 1274 
LeFavor, Willie^:! L. , 686 
Leightcn, JoiniD., 499 

Joiin Vf. , 141, 749, 750, 

751 
Lemont, Joseph ivi; , 90 
Lenox, Alfred, 524 

William P. , 524 
Leonard, Charles K. , 958 

Ebenezer, 879 

Samuel S. , 1249 
Lewis, Albert, 752 

Daniel J. , 34, 35 

Edt,ar R. , 128 

Edward D. , 743, 744, 745 

George, 831 

E. P., 34o 

Harold P., 476 

JameS; A. , 35 

John C. , 793 

LaRoy S., 307 

Thomas, 798 

Valentine, 304, 941, 1246 

William, 56, 37, 80, 106, 

141, 159, 199, 412, 413, 

41 X, 415, 415, 421, 435, 437 

465, 466, 467, 511, 561, 562, 



201 



Lewis, Uii:.i.3u;a, b07, 611, 610, 

619, 6?0, 650, 651, bC5, 738, 

746, 748, 750, 751, 7!:2, 755, 

765, 766, 767, 735, 786, 792, 

794, 795, 796, 821, r^S, 844, 

894, 321, 930, 933, 939, 940, 

1135, 1136, 1847, 126P, 1264 
lille: , Qaorge L. , 957 
IJjr:a,' Joseph ?. , 510, 1224, 1225, 

1?26 
Lincoln, Til. E. , 09 

Hincliley, 1154 
Lindsley, John 746 
Linnell, John, 658, 659 
Linnell, John ^7. , 527, 523 

J . VJ. , 681 

Uriah G. , 1114 
Lippett, Abby F. , 628 

Henry, 628 

Henry F. , Trustee, 326 
Litchfield, Albion 0., 1076 

'Tillicoii 1.. , 546 
Little, Ch£.rles, 806, 807 
Little, Jai-ies 3. , 481 

JohnR., 594, 525, 559, 560, 

1051, lO'^e, 1057 

John C. , 806 

Joseph C, 525, 794, 795, 

306, 1276 
Lochhart , Georp-e R. , 1501 
Locl:vrood, L. A., 1055 
Lon-, Georre F. , 708, 710 

■Tillic.r.1 B. , 115 
lopes, Antonio J., 408 

Sduardo, 205 

Franlc, 1011 

Louis, 4, 314 

Kanuel C. , 464 
Lopes & Co, , 556 
Lord, Anna G. , 571 

George U. , Estate of, 407 

Harry 3,, 571 
Lotiirop, Oyvus, 520 
Loud, AndreV'j, 557 

Edvjard H. , 545 

Samuel, 558 

3oi,i.uel C, 799 
Loud, Claridfje Sc Co., '"21 
Loudenbou/^h, Harry Inc., 269 
Louderbouph, Harry, 504 
Lovoland, E. F. , 1082 
Lowe, GiLvian /.. , 794, 755 

Philip, 361 
lucafj, AbbyF., 209, 210, 211, 212, 

215, 214, ?15, 21 S, 217, 218, 

AuGUJitus ::., 291, 292 



Luce, Charle5: T. , 245, 246, 523 

403, 404, 463, 516, 839, 34-0, 

998, 999, 1205 

David",!., 283, 2SS , 290, 292, 

295, 294, 1045 

Edvnn A. , 307 

GsorLe L. , 237, 520, 558, 559,. 

591, 592 

Harvey E. , 518 

Harvey- E., 131, 285, 518 

John A., 308, 735 

John S. , 512, 435 

John G, , 591, 592 

Lydia E. , 516 

Presbury '..'. , 572 

Richc.rd G. , 40, 41, 42, 720 

SfMiiuel C. , 553 

Sophia i;. , 2S0, 291 

3tephen C. , 559, 591, 592 

Thor.ias, lib, 117, 244, 245, 

246, 273, 528, 402, 403, 404, 

460, 461, 462, 465, 488, 515, 

516, 674, o75, 700, 701, 358, 

859, 840, 994, 995, 997, 998, 

999, 1057, 1109, 1110, 1152, 
1204, 1^05 

Thouas 8z Co, 246, 404, 465 
Ludr'.inrton, Jesse, ll<^r4 
ludlow, Eu.':ei:3 A. , 493 

Franl:, SP5 

Jerey.iiah, 593 
Lurvey, E. T. , 580 
Luther, Charles D. , 39 

Joseph, 504 



J'ac&uiey, Edward, 370 

J. H., 570 
rc:,chado, John, 1055 

Jo:j ) F. , 573, 574 

Ilauijol P., Jr., 483 
MacoiTibar, A. ;{. , 755, 796 

Ad in H. , 467 

E. G., 753, 795 ^ 

Ed'«ra.rd G. , 1243 

Elisha G., 467 

Geoi'ee H. , 581 

Eem-yB., 10d8, 1069, 1070 

Israel, 492, 493, 780, 781, 

782, 847, 979, 980, 981 

J. F. , 662 

John A. , 398 

■■Til: iaia B. , 492 

'.lillia.m F, , 455 

'Tilliam F, , 579 



206 



Macy, E. B., 319, 447, 451, 455, 
465, 492, 495, 636, 557, 638, 
639, 541, 667, 674, 680, 700, 
701, 741, 765, 766, 767, 785, 
786, 806, 807, 878, 879, 902, 
903, 904, 905, 906, 923, 924, 
925, 925, 1135, 1136, 1255, 
1256, 1257, 1258 
E. E. & Co. , 302, 303 
E. B. & F. , 20, 21, 22, 



24, 25, 



27, 2S 



40, 41, 



42, 86, 118, 135, 135, 137, 

138, 139, 141, 155, 155, 157, 

202, 252, 253, 254, 255, 492, 

493, 636, 637, 638, 659, 640, 

641, 674, 580, 700, 701, 741, 

765, 765, 767, 785, 786, 87S, 

879, 902, 903, 904, 905, 906, 

923, 924, 925, 925, 1155, 1136 

F., 319, 447, 451, 465, 466, 

467, 492, 493, 636, 537, 636, 

639, 640, 641, 574, 680, 700, 

701, 765, 766, 767, b06 , 807, 

878, 879, 902, 905, 904, 905, 

906, 923, 924, 925, 925, 1135 

1136, 1255, 1256, 1257, 1258 

George K. , 548 

Josepli B. , 960 

Josiah, 184, 250, 251, 739, 

840 

Josiah, Jr., & Co,, 17, 18, 

19 

WilJiax;,! J. , 747, 748 

Idadden Bros., 642 

Madison, B. H. , 107 
H. B. , 107 

Magallin, Frank, 573, 574 

Iviagathlin, Josiah., 1075 

Maguire, John, 537, 528 

Maine Navigation Co., 1114 

Malary, Edward, 249 

Malloy, Martin, 972 

Malrastead, G-. T. , 370 

Manchester, Calvin, 683, 6Gd , 
687 
Forbes W. , 754 

fcandell, Abbie T. , 157 

Alice T. , 164, 155, l&b, 
215, 214, 215, 993, 1037, 
1038, 1039, 1049 
Charles D. , 138 
Edward, 209 

Edward D., 19, 20, 21, 22, 
23, 24, 25, 25, 27, 61, 62, 
86, 137, 139, 155, 15o, 157, 



Mandell, Edward L. , 164, 155, 

lb6, 167, 195, 196, 197, 198, 
211, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 
218, 219, 220, 251, 253, 254, 
255, 365, 545, 598, 640, 641, 
643, 644, 655, 559, 570, 671, 
721, 722, 723, 724, 725, 726, 
727, 728, 729, 740, 741, 802, 
803, 870, 871, 884, 902, 903, 
904, 905, 906, 926, 991, 993, 
1036 , 1037 , , 1038; 1039', . 1040 , 
1041, 1042, 1048, 1049, 1082, 
1213, 1214, 1215, 1216, 1217, 
1218, 1219, 1220, 1255, 1258 
Edvjard D. , Jr., 154, 1048 
Edvjard D., Estate of, 28, 
527, 528 

Edward & Charles R. Tucker, 154 
194, 209 

Thomas, 61, 154, 194, 598, 643, 
1250, 1251 

J/iandley, Antone, 245, 998 

IvLandley, Clara li. , 1069, 1094, 
1095, 1098 
Eerj:y, Jr., 812, 813, 1282 

Landly, Antone, Jr., 172, 691, 
592, 693, 1287 
Henry, 690, 592, 593, 812, 
836, 837, 838, 839, 1056, 
1237, 
Laura F. , 693 

Iviankin, Henry, 798 

Mann, Charles, 504 

Mansfield, B. F. , 505 
S. F., 505 
Edward F. , 658, 559 
Frank J. , 505, 1233 
William F. , 505, lt;33 

Lluison, Gilbert, 642 
Magnus, 642 

Mansun , Albert G . , 90 

Lknta, Joseph, 590, 70^;, 1086 

Manter, Benjiunin, 783 
Benjamj.n, 2d, 656 
Cyrus, 159, 1117 

Mantcn, F. 3. , 370 

Marchant, C. M. , 281 

liarble, Eenjaroin B. , 89 
Robert B. , 89 

Marcy, Daniel, 44 
Judah T . , 44 

Marn, M. B. , Assistant Surveyor, 
626 

Mar quand , Janie s , 776 

Marr, Jaraes C. , 1147 



207 



Marr, John '#., 585 

lilarkham, Daniel M. , 174 

Marston, David, 34, 35, 982, 933, 

984, 1245 
Martin, Harriott A., 178 

Louis, 797 

Louise, 756 

Willii^ A. , 530 
Martins, John A. , 810 
IVls.rvin, Alonzo J., 61, 6E, 647 

George F. , 303, 319 

T. E. C, 78 

WilliaLi Jr., 78 
LLason, 3. P. , 572 

G. F. , Estate of, 90 

H., 90 

Henry VJ., 89, 469, 761, 762, 

1067 
Matthews, A. , 370 

Alonzo, 1068, 1069, 1070 

Baker, 582 

E. H., 1114 

Edward B. , 628, 1076 

Edwin, 585 

George, 628, 1076, 1114, 

1143 

Jolm, 93, 252, 263, 264, 265, 

266, 267, 335, 336, 537, 887, 

888, 1284, 1285, 1286, 1287, 

1288 

Ludlow, 1088 

ThOin£iS H. , 43 , 580 , 581 

William G. , 44 
Maul, R. T., & Co., 481 
Mawhinney, Hugh, 487, 1303 
Maxfield, Caleb, 182, 285 

Charles P., 3, 4, 315, 316, 517 
713, 714, 715, 761, 762, 1057, 

Edmund, 162, 285, 451, 613, 7'.:;2 
743, 788, 804, 805, 1046, 1047 

Russell, 534 

William, 739, 740, 741, C87, 

888, 923, 9i4, 925, 92o 
Me^icwell, Charlotte, 259 

James T. , 259 
May, Jonathan & Sons, 269 
May, George, 957 
Henry, 81 
Henry D. , 623 
Ira, 1154 
James 0. , 1235 
Jonathan, 957 
Samuel L. , 1151 

V;. C, 957 
■ Willi rim C, 346 



Mayhevj, Ezekiel, 1131 
Thomas , 564 
Thomas H. , 452 
Thomas Vj'. , 647, 648 
Mayo, Albert B. , 535 
James E. , 1154 
T. L. , 558 
Timothy, 348 
Madeiros, Olivia V., 187 
Medina, Antonio, 51, 52, 548 

John, 51, 334, 335, 335, 337, 
547, 548, 1003, 1004, 1055, 
1284, 1285, 1236, 1287, 1288 
Me lien, Thomas, 785 
Mendell, James, 538, 539 

James B., 65, 66, 57, 68, 69, 
I 70, 71, 72, 287, 288, 289, 
! 290, 291, 292 

Mendes, Henrique Jose, 2, 1238 
I Menford, Jared, 510 
; Merchant, S. L. , 799 
; Merit hew, Martha A, , 241 
' Merriam, Isaac W. , 557 

Merrihew, Fhineas E, , 495, 495 
' Merrill, Charles E., 370 
: George S. , 1076 
■ Merserve, A., 276 

Mosser, Augustus S., 681 
Metcalf, Benjamin F., 798 
Midwood, H. , 370 

William, Estate of, 370 
Miles, Thomas R. , 443 
! Millard, M. ¥. B. , 781, 834 

Martin V. B. , 980 
I Mller, Alfred J., Jr., 504 
; Charles H. , 147 
V;. F,, 370 
Willitim H. , 1233 
, iiiller & Houghton, 1129 
Millar & Watson Co., 1076 
Miller & Woodman, 45 
l-Qllst, Joseph, 982, 983 
\ MillGtt, JosGioh, 375, 376, 377 
j iVlilliken, E. C. , 425 
E. T,, 425 
Miner, E. P. , 1151 
! Sanford S. , 1151 
I Stanley H. , 259 
; Thomas S. , 1301 
i Minor, C. E. , 505 
j Miskelly, Samuel, 481 
I Mitchell, J. Alton, 571 
W. E. , 486 
West, 139, 912 
Williarii H. , 1052 



208 



Monalian, Thomas I., 370 
Monjo, F. N. , 30, -iOb, 1064 
liont3, Joseph J., 827 
Monte iro, Joaciuim A. , 8,37 

Mary J., 498, 499, 1299 
Montgomery, John W. , 277 
Montrond, Ernest, 248, 407, 1065 

Zrnesto, 439, 440 
Montross, HoI'^.cg, 984 
Moody, Hichard, 582 
Moore, Bsnjcanin, 957 

Henry, 1088 

J&mGS 3. , 862 

Jolin R. P. , 696 

John V'J . , 370 

l,ie.r?;crot F. , 913, 914 
Morcy, Agnes li. , 371 

Frcink A. , 346, 371 
Morgan, Adelisa, 642 

3bonezGr, 460 

Edward J. , 1233 

S. Rodman, 1031, 1032, 1033, 

1034 
IViorrill, Mc;.nusl F,, 690 
I/iorris, Frank C, 266 

John N. , 836 

Soth, 1065 
Morrison, John G. , 280 

Norman A. , 756 

Sarah A. , 75o 
Morso, Hendrick, 787, 1299 

Hendrick R. , 1161 

Hendrick YJ., 956, 1231, 1232 

L. J.J Estate of, 345 

Nahum M. , 539 

Samuel A. , 504 

Theodore S. , 606, b'.l, 920 

Vr. C. , 269 

¥. F., 681 
Mbses, Galen C, 957 
Mosher, Andrew J., 492 

Jose^jh A. , 38, 39 

John F. , 153, 154 

Lester A. , 135 
Ivioulton, Augustus G. , 259 

Goorge \J., G. , 727 

George \i. J., 970, 1215 

Willi aia G. , 756 
Mudgett, George A., 182 

Giorgi W., 318 

J. W. , 538 
Mulford, Enos, 625 

K. J. , 835 

PIor:.tio J. , 275 

R. 3. , 481 



Mulligan, James C. , 957 

Mulvaney, J. D., Est.-to of, 345 

Mulvoy, Nancy, 799 

Mundy, W. W. , 113 

Munro, VJilliajra H. , 420 

Munroe , Albert In'., 1129 
Benjamin VJ. , 90 
Jajnos, 893 
William H. , 513, 514 

Hiurray, John J. , 335 

John ¥. , 262, 263, 264, 285 

365 

Iiary B. , 337 

Idyers, Charles E. , 477 

Myrick, Alexander G. , 56, 37, 118, 
159, 182, 412, 413, 41x, 415, 
416, 463, 467, 551, 562, 611, 
818, 619, 620, 650, 651, 680, 
738, 765, 76o, 767, 785, 788, 
894, 918, 958, 939, 940, 941, 
1135, 1136, 1247, 1263, 1264, 
1267 

McCarthy, WilliiAmH. , 801 

Mccarty, Herbert H. , 90 

McCaulley, Samuel A., 396 

Mc Clary, ThoiiLiS, 835 

McCleave, Ann G. , 960 

Joscjjh, Estate of, 960 

McCoy, ¥illifim B. , 458 

IvicCullough, Jolm, 262, 253, <i64, 
265, 266, 267, 335, 356, 337, 
416, 541, 887, 886, 1012, 
1013, 1055, 1284, 1265, 1^86, 
1287, 1288, 1289, 1890 
Pacriok, 1012, 1284 
i'atriek, Estate of,. 4.013, 
1285, 1285 

McCully, James I., 862 

i/iCDonald , M. , 545 

McGear, Frank M. , 855 
John S. , 635 
oai'iuel E. , 835 

McGilw.ry, Williain, 241 

Mel-iaes, Jojin, 597 

Mel:.t/re, Neil, 1065 
W. D. , 45 

McKeague, Charles C, 174 

McKcnna, James, 689 
Jennie I. , 570 

McKenney, C. A., 345 

McKenaic, James H. , 418 

Thomas, 90-., 1008, 1040, 
1041, 1042, 1043, 1221 

McLane , Thomas C. , 1303 
James, 860 



209 



McLennan, Charles H»> 957 
McNeely, William J., 1.269 
J;ici5,ueene , E.G., V99 
McGuire T., 338 



Nash, Israel, 1121 

Neal, John, 81 

Negus, Ellery, 305, 734 

Negus & Holmes, 733, 1137 

Neilon, Joim, 62o 

Nelson, Sarauel, 1088, 1131 

Neves, Alfred, 934, 1240 

Alfredo, 1044 

Elizen B. , 248, 438, 439 

Eliaeu Br, 125 

Fernando, 173, 1074, 1239 
Nevjconb, Alexander, 1137, 1158 

Daniel B., 1249 

John, 1249 

T. li, 276 

Thomas L. , 1154 
Newell, Eben, 801 
New England Co., 957 
Nevj England Maritime Co., 31 
Newhall, Henry B. , 504 
Nevj Jersey Paint V^'orks, 269 

756 
Newlove, John B.. , 833 
Neyland, Harry, 260, 691, 692, 

693 
Nickerson, Benjamin M. , 1145 

Slkanan, 47 

Franklin, 824, 936, 937 

Horace , 1143 

John H. , 415 

Joseph, 843 

Joseph H. , 824 

Joseph N. , 936, 937 

Joseph & Co. , 47 

Joshua G. , 1150 

Leander W. , 936, 937 

Lindsey, 357 

Lindsey, Jr. , 809 

Ihineas A. , 47 

Sarauel, 824 

3eth, 568 

Thomas A. , 47 
Nichols, Charles, 154 

Frederick T, , 270 

Uilliam W. , 565 
Norbury, C. T. , 275 
Norton, Ariel, 152, 153 

Charles, 1112 



! Norton, James A., 945, 968 
John 0., 613 

Shubael C, 427, 428, 429 
Shubael H. , 73 
WilliajitJ., 178, 522, 523 
559, 560, 769, 879, 899, 
900, 901, 963, 964, 967, 968, 
974, 975, 977, 1202, 1203 

Norwood, E. R. , 784 

Nye, Charles, Jr., 673. 
Clnr.:. S. , 82 
Daniel B. , 409 

E. F. , 902 

Ebenezer F. , 286, 367 > 552 
576, 736, 737, 843, 1207 
Eli 2a Ann, 82, 85 

F. R. S., 660, 661 
John D. , 338 

John G. , 417 , 830 

Joseph K., 10, 11 

Joseph F. , 92, 1269 

Louisa 3. , 92 

Mary H. , 1268 

Obed, 922, 923 

F. H. , 758, 862 

Femberton H. , 1041 , 1294 

Richmond ¥. , 1268 

Susan C, 608, 775, 776, 777 

Sylvanus G.., 985, 964 

Thome s, 162 

Thomas, Jr., Il4, 681, 773, 

774, 974 

Willard, 930, 1226 

Willard, Jr., 159, 843 



'Gorman., T. A., 370 
Olaghorn, James K., 1016 
Oliveira, Henrique S. , 142 

J. J., 506, 841, 1205 

Joseph, 435, 436, 437 
Olivcria., John A., 173, 247, 356, 

865, 935 
Osborn, Abraham, 978 

Sai-fluel, Jr., 281, 420, 571, 

831, 832, 859, 1112, 1113 
Osbourne, Howard C. , 571 

i.'Ialter 3. , 571 
Osgood, Edwin R. , 563 

George A. , 844 
Otis, E., 249 

Joseph, 1127 

Thomas, 132, 153, 794, 795, 

V^Iilliam E. , 1127 
Owen, Leander C, 1252 



210 



■Pacific Guano Co. , 79 
Packard, Clsra E. , 731 

William H. , 78 
Faddock, Mary Jane, 754 

Williara C. , 592, 754 
Paine, Benjomln i;. , 538 

Edgar, 3'3& 

Kannsli F. , 8^B, 823, 927 

Olin S., 469, 472, 473, 

474, 476 

T'Jilliara Gi, 846,, 927, 974 

975, 977, 1061, 1052 
Palfrey, B. C, 558 
Palmer, Augustus, 90, 957 

Benjamin G. , 604 

Georee T. , 539 

J. B., 276 

Nathaniel T., 90 

Vi. H. , 504 
Pardee, Frank'.!., 505, 1235 
Parker, Charles ':i . ., 733, 734, 735 

Slisha, 936_, 937 

George J., 360, 963, 968 

James ¥. , 797 

John H. , 676 

yard JI.. , 152, 153 

Uillian G., 591 

William G. , Estate of, 287, 288, 

290, 592 
Farms nter, A. A. , 558 
Parsons, ¥illic-an C, 54, 35 

y. H., 585 
Parvin, A. H, , 1249 
Pate, F. G. , 738, 894, 1135, 

1135, 1247, 1265, 1264 
Fatten, Jessie J., 90 

Lucy y., 90 
Patterson, Robert, 582 
Paul, Franlc, 312, 425 
Payne, Jamas A., 467 
Pealcos, Henry IvI. , 1142 
Pearson, Julia H. , 345 
Pease, Henry, Jr., 85d 

Isaac D, , 938 

Jeremiah H., 293, 294, 295, 

386, 387 

John C. , 34, 35, 293, 294, 

295, 374, 375, 375, 377, 

373, 379, 380, 381, 582, 

383, 386, 387, 507, 508, 

509, 510, 867, 

L. r. Co., 370 

Le^nder F. , 798 

ThOiuas F., 1110 

■/Jilliam L. , 35 



Peck & Adcu:.is, 93, 207, 563, 824 

Psckett, John, 944 

Feirce, Clotliicr, Jr., 892, 893 

955 

Clothier, Estate of, 752 

Gaorge VI., 605, 606 

J. Henry, 89 

James E. , 520 

Jolm G. , 48, 112 

Jolm y. , 112, 748, -749, 750, 

751 

Lorenzo, 48, 49, 50, 402, 

747, 972, 973 

Mary R, , 891, 892 

Otis I'ic , 717 

Sevcrino Dt , 178 

Sidney F. , 891 

VJilliam, 402, 893 
Pendextor, W. H. , 957 
Pendleton, Fields S. , 345 

John Fc, 799 
Pennell, Jonath^-n, 275 
Fenniraan, Dethuel, 594 

*Bethuel, Jr., sui'vayor, 250 

Edward, 272, 419, 885 
Percy, Saaiuel R. , 90 
F6r-;ir.-, Jose J., 284, 851, 1253 

Joseph, 702 

Serafin Jose, 326 
Perete, Joaquim DaLombu, 1077 
Perkins, A. W. , 79 

Doua.ld G. , oil 

Ezra G. , 785 
Porry, Antonio J. , 2 

Charles, 935 

E. W., 960 " 

Sben, 297, 298, 301, 309, 

352, 335, 594, 595, 596, 629, 

659, 360, 707, 708, 709, 919, 

920, 963, 964, 1202, 1205, 

1254, 1115 

EbJii'jHcr, 935, 986, 987, 988 

Fr..ncis 3. , 510 

Frank, 509 

Frank Jose, 96, 97 

Hannah K-. , 660 

Harriot !>;.. 165, 361 

Henry, 349 

J. Frank, 163 

Jabozy., 772, 773, 774, 775 

775, 777 

John, 271, 1200, 1268 

John F. , 361 

Levi, 357 

Mary C. , 603 



'11 



Petsrson, Chc.rlos A. 3., lrJ52 

E., 1068 

Err., 1131 

Isar.c, 1131 
lottit, J. D. , 625 
Fliilbrick, J. C, Estate of, 477 
Philips, Ho swell H. , 90 
Phillips, F. H., 115 

Gcorfee E, , 777, 835, 866, 

1126 

John B. , 798 

'..'illiaia, G55, 866, 1136 

I'/illiam S<, Son, 135, 136, 

137, 138, 139, 675, 772, 774, 

775, 776 
Phinrioy, Abraham, 367 

Goorge P. , 367 

J<;l3ay, 367 
Fi chard, Albion S. , 1139 
Piclcons, Gsorgs, 453, 453, 454, 

455, 456 
Pierce, A. G. , Jr., 1055 

."jidrevj G. , 176 

Charles C, 193 

Gharlos H. , 507 

Clothier, 43, 335 

Lloyd K. , 184 

Obed, 333, 254 

'.Jilliex-i C, Heirs of, 

1155, 1156 
Pigeon, Abr.-in, 1139 

H. Jr. , 1139 
Pigott, Ivi. M. , 558 J 1249 
pine., Antono T. , 434 

John P. , 594 

John M. , 16 

Joseph B. , 593 
Pingree, David, 1262 

Thomas, 543 

Thomas P., 147, 1263 
Pinhoira, Ciuerino Jose, 1084 

1085 
Pinhsiro, John G, , 810 

John G. , Jr. , 810 
Pinkham, J. ¥. , 757 
Pinnc-.., Jo La F., 407 

Joseph, 1148 
Pinnoy, Sdwin C, 90 

prr.nk L. , 546 
Pinto, Joseph, 943 
Pires, Honry 3., 98, 99 
Pitcher, D. IT. , 1349 

Jolin , 553 
Pitman, G. I-I. , 553 
PI. tt, John H. , 503 



PlummLjr, Plenry LI. , Trust ...c, 2S4 
L. A. , Sstcxte of, 361, 608 
Leander A. , 152, 153, 163 

Portuguese American Navigation 
Co., The, 500 

Potic, Joseph, 558 

Fraro, John P. , 92, 204, 230, 312 . 
555, 789, 790, 913, 1005, 
1006, 1007, 1052, 1053, 
John P., Ifester, 513 

Pratt, James W. , 477 
Sylvia T. , 153 
Willi.im Jr., 558 

Prescott, Harry, 17 4, 643 

Oliver, 73, 74, 75, 609, 
717, 747, 748 

Preston, Richard J., 944 

Priest, Joseph 3., 765 

Prince, Jcuuies, 1154 

Pollock, G. n. , 381 

Poole, Ephraiffl, 505, 506, 307 
Willian: H. , 317, 699 

Potter, A. H. , 793 

Abner , Jr., 322, 323, 324, 
1:35, 336, 337, 848, 849, 850, 
851, 853, 853, 854, 855, 85c, 
857, 858, 1068, 1069, 1070 
ijidrew B., 680, 878, C79 , 
1059, 1060, 1061 
Andrcvj H. , 175, 176, 531, 533, 
533, 559, 550, 654, 655, 898, 
893, 963, 964, 966, 967, 968 
i-adon T., 40, 41, 42, 1256, 
1357, 1258 
Charles '!■!., 348, 850 

D. C, 13, 13, 359, 515, 316, 
517 

Edward, 3d, 332 

E. F., 1358 

Edward F. , 25, 36, 37, 28, 37, 
88, 39, 107, 108, 199, 316, 
^17, 313, r:lS, 330, ,^31, 333, 
^'^o, i.2'c, .o25, <i26, .i37, 355, 
356, 357, 358, 713, 714, 715, 
725,, 726, 737, 738, 739, 648, 
849, 850, 903, 904, 905, 906, 
907, 908, 1040, 1041, 1042, 
1043, 1068, 1059, 1070, l.clS, 
1319, 1320, 1231 
EdviiinA., 531, 535 
George H. , 570 
Henry E. , 580 
Jej-iiGS C. , 303 
James E., 303, 303, 900 
Jaiies S., Estatoj of, 901 



Potter, Joshua W., 985, 986, 
987, 988 

Luthan, 93, 818, 1072 
Pardon, 683, 684, 585 
Stephen, 2d, Trustsa, 688 
Stephen K., Estate of, 581 
Stephen N. , Heirs of, 560 
Stephen N. , Estate of, o83, 
58i, 685, 985 
Sylvanus B. , 28, 39 S, 883, 
884 

Willi&m, 256, 257, 258 
William, 2d, 222, 223, 224, 
225, 225, 227, 848, 849, 850, 
1068, 1059, 1070 
William F., 12, 13, 259 
William G. , 259 

Powers, Jaiaes, 140 

Pulvor, 3. G. , 208, 958 

Purrington, Caleb P., 1245 

Putzel, Frank J., 269 
Matilda, 259 



Q,uint, E. B. , 756 



Ramos , Antonio , 185 
Rejid,. Aiiios, 477 
Randall, Charles E. , 276 

Charles S. , 559, 550, 769, 

927, 928, 959, 970, 971, 974, 

975, 976, 977, 978, 1202, 

1203 

Joshua F. , 276 

L. A., 276 

Rufus, 453, 452, 453, 454, 435, 

456, 457, 665, 699, 730, 1016, 

1017, 1018, 1243 

S. R. , 572 
Randall, Sarah S. , 594, 985 
Randolph, Dr. E. Ward, 259, 
Rathbun, Louise D., 1114 
Eaulay, G. W., 113, 249 
Raymond, Sarah C, 930 
Raymond and I7ebb, 34 
Read end Co., 738, 931, 1030 
Read, C. VJ. , 812, 813, 814, 

815 
Read, Charles VJ. , 171, 172, 1237 
Read, Gardner, and Tabor, 321 
Read, Hiram S., 798 
Road, Joseph R., 152, 700, 701, 

1055, i057, 1109, 1110 
Read, W. F. , 812, 813, S14, 815 
R.-:ad, yilliamF. , 171, 172, 315, 

316, 317, 1237 



Rebello, Antonio A., 519 

Redman, W. D., 45 

Redding, John J. , 44 

Reed, Charles H. , 90 

Rood, Edwin J., 331, 906, 1017, 

1018 
Reed, George N. , 269, 755 
Reed, J. Gilman, 
Read, Ifey E., 90 
Reed, Mary L. , 1025 
Reed, P. H. , 602 
Reed, Phillip H. , 433, 452, 453, 

454, 455, 455, 1017, 1018, 

1022, 1023, 102i, 1025, 1025 

1273 
Reed, Worrell, 421 
Reeves, Francis, 481 
Reeves, Jfe-urice, 481 
Reeves, Miilford, 481 
Regondas, Joaquim 89 
Reid, ¥. C. , 797 
Reinhardt, Jolm D. , 450 
Renike, Henry, 835 
Revere, Joiin, 821 
Reynard, liartha J., 1098 
Reynard, 'Jilliam H. , . 459 , 472, 

473, 474, 475, 1089, 1094 
Rejrnard, William E. Jr., 957, 958 
Reynolds, Hdvjards, 90 
Reynolds, George H. , 783, 843 
Reynolds, Henry, 642 
RajTiolds, J^diies, 236 
Reynolds, John S., 457, 859 
Reynolds, Jonas, 371 
Reynolds, Jojrm P. Jr., (Agent) 90 
Rice, Benjamin F. , 477 
Rich, B., 558 
PJ-Ch, Ldvjin, 558 
Ilich, S. B., 338 
Rich, Jolm, 538 
Rich, L. 3. , 273 
Rich, R., 558 
Rich, R. Jr. , 558 
Rich, Shebua, 338 
Richards, A. J., 504 
Richards, Ada L. , 1115 
Richards, Alfred, 358, 597, 598 

1155, 1155, 1157, 1158, 1159 

1150 
Richards, 2, B., 756 
Richards, Srnest V., 282, 283, 

1009 
Richards, Ira Jr., 546, 1095 
Richards, J. D. , 756, 757 
Richmond, Amy H», 553 
Richardson, Frejik B. , 527 
Richardson, Frank B. , (Ustatc of) 

528 
Richardson, George P., o^ 7 



215 



nichardnon, Georpe S. , o36 
Richo.rdson, John S. ,, 5 
Richt.rdson, JohnT., 1, 6, 7, 111, 

256, ?37, 601, .602, 1023, 1024, 

1025, 1026, 1259, 1260,. 1261 
[ "xichards, Josieih D. , 36, 37, 141, 
' 749, 750, 751, 752, 753, 785, 

786, 894, lOel, 1135, 1265 
*:iicb,iond, Georf:e B. , surve-'-or, 372,06!^ 
■ HiclTinond, Horatio "J. , 48 
' r.ichiuond, Isaac B. , 43, 747, 743 
2ichr.iond, Joshua 747, 748 
rdchciond, Josiah 611 
Rlckatson, Daniel L. , 19, 1001 
nicketson, Joseph 2ndj 5C5, 1259 

1260, 12G1 
Rider , " 'illard 'T. , 12^7 
Rideout, John, GO 
Rigr:s, 1 loses, 989 
Riley, David E. , 371 
Riley, J. Vernon, 371 
Ripley, Cornelius, 13S, 918 
Ripley, lEdi'jard 3., 571 
Ripley, Tristraia P. , 865 
Robbins, Charles H. , 2^2, 497, 

793, 1126 
Rob er t s , B e n j ai-.i n , 10 
Roberts, Benjai'iiin H. , Adiainistrator 

731 
Robertson, R, A. , 171 
Robinson, ^. A. , 754 
Robinson, TCdvrard 1';. , 3state of, 

154, 194,. 250, 575, 643, 644, 

6o7, 668, 739, 747, 748, 868, 

£^.-5, 958, 969, 970 
Robinson, TCdward T.., ("loirs of) 5~'0 
Robinson, Franlc, 504 
Robinson, Georee F. , 159, 7C6, 845, 

930 
Robinson, James B., 991 
Robinson, 
Robinson, 
Robinson, 



■Tllliara, 1047 
3. 3., 156 
Jaxaes 3. , 494 
Richardson, JohnT., 497 
Robinson, R'. A. and Co., ZTA 
Robinson, "'il-ianA. r.nd Co. 

315, 1230, 1281, 1252 
Robinson, 'Til ' iav.:. J. , 1ij4 
Robiiison, Til; iar Jr. , 123 
Robinson, "Jil-liain A. Jr. , 3 
Robinson and Co., Inc., "Til,'' 

4, 129, 130, 260 
Rob', Charles A., 653, 659 
Roby, I. A., 658, 659, 1249 
Roc;'l;;nd Liv,i.e Co., 577 



814, 



Rockland and Rockport Lime Co. , 
577 

Ftodman, Thomas R, , 361, bOB 

Rodrifues, Antone 0. , 592 

Rodrigues, Antonio 0., 1148 

Rodrigues, Franlc, 1-24, 1225 

Rogers, Charles 3., 346 

Rogers, Georpe D. , and Charles R. , 
"Tebb., 3': 6 

Rogers, Georce D. , 546- 

Rop!:ers, T-Ienry li. , 695 

Ro'^;ers, Kipolito, 1283 

Ro:^;ers, Oliver, II. T., 795 ' 

Ro:;ero, larker 0. , 520 

Tiof-ers, Robert P., 90' 

Rogers, 3eth 7. , 107 6 

Rollins, 'Jil. icu.! H. , 345 

Rosa, Lanuel, 354, .d12 

Rosario, John, 555 

Rose, /-ntona, 264 

Ro s e , Henr i en. e D . , 571 

Rose, Henry,' 799, 1259 

Rose, ilenxy D. , 1065 

Ro;-:e, Valentine, 825 

Ro s s , Jo 3 eph , 34 6 

Rotch, Benjamin S. , Estate of, 200, 
201, 202, 250, 251, 2E2, 253, 
254, 255, 256, 257, 253, 393, 
587, 636, 657, 638, 659, 640, 
641 

Rotch, Benjamin's,, 769" 

Rotch, Clara I'iorcap, 975, 977 ,■ 
o68, 973 

Rotch, 'Tilliavii J, , 40, 41, 42, 200, 
,201, P02, ^^07, ?08, 250, 251, 
"^^9 ?R"i '~''''-/' pi^'-' '^'^1^ pf^*? 
258, 286, 502, 503, 530, 331, 
361, 593, 417, 451, 573, 579, 
587, 600, 681, 747, 743, 769, 
.783, 805, Ov9, 872, 375, 8S9, 
925, 9".;, 925, 926, 969, 970, 
971, 9V4, 975, 977, 1291, 1292 

Rotch, Ml ,i.i.;i R., 75, 74, 75 

R.othburn, John G. , 1301 

Rowe, 3tepban 3., 1144 

RoTjland, ThOLic s '7., 965 

Roza, hanuel, 678, b79 

RozG, Valentino, 903 

Rozo, "Jalsntine, 221 

Rular, ThoiVias R. , 477 

Runj^on, :!. F. , 269, 346, 504, 
756 

Rus';ell, misha 3,, 36, 57, 313 

Russell, ifillian -yj., 936, 937 



214 



Hycn, G^iorgo F. , 801 

RydL;rs, Allen D. , 556, 539 

Ryder, Caleb, 109 

Rydsr, CTOorgo Z. , 1249 

Rydor, George G. , 1.J49 

Ryder, Semucl, 658, 659 

Rydor and Siaitla, 963, 967, 958 



Safford, J. 0. & Co., 295 
SaiEpson, Clie.rlos .•",. , 477 

Daniel T. , 567 
Sojrapson & Riggs, 939 
Snnds, Mary, 862 
Sanford, C. L. F. , 505 

Charles D. , 552 
Santos, Manuel C, 690 

Mr.nucl ?. , 1009 
Scrgons, Josopli, 558 
Sfitor, John J., 1294 
Suttornins, F. J. , 558 
Saunders, D. A., 645 
Sc^rtello, Isaac F. , 43, 

950, 951, 952, 1207 
Saviyor, Alonzo , 345 

Arthur, 345 

~;ii jah F. , 585 

;]lmer Z. , 345 

F. 0., 557 

G. T., Trustee, 388 
Harry B. , 751 

Jolm A., 2S2, 263, 26-., 
265, 335, 335, 337, 738, 
687, 838, 1012, 1013, IBi 
1285, 1286, 1287, 1288, 
John F. , 1129 
iVIary L. , 345 
S aye r , Thomas , 960 
Scribner, David A. , 585 
Scudder, William C, 1131 
Seabury, Alexander H. , 21, 2; 



949, 



25, 


24 , 28 , 56 


, 37, 


41, 


42, 


106, 


125 


124, 


141, 


160, 


151, 


175, 


222 


ii(0O , 


224, 


225, 


226, 


337, 


411 


415, 


416, 


418, 


447, 


541, 


5ol 


562, 


505, 


606, 


613, 


618, 


619 


620, 


666, 


675, 


583, 


664, 


565 


G85, 


637, 


688, 


700, 


701, 


753 


746, 


785, 


786, 


788, 


789 , 


790 


791, 


792, 


79b, 


S21, 


82S, 


830 


S43, 


844, 




849 , 


850, 


879 


899, 


900, 


901, 


909, 


911, 


912 


923, 


924, 


925, 


925, 


928, 


929 


, 950, 


1030 


, 10'' 


c6, 10 5G 


1057 


, 10^ 


?2, 1073, 1109, 


1110, 



1135, 1135, 12..7, 1257, 1258 



Seabury, Alexander H. , 1253, 1264, 

1239, 1290 

Alexander H. , Zstat^ of, 25, 

25, 27, 508, 903, 904, 905, 

905, 907, 90S, 910 

Sdward '■■■J., 911, 1133, 1134 

George M, , 901 

Humphrey W,, 719, 720, 721, 

722, 723, 911, 1133, 1154, 

1155, 1156 

PiUniphrey 'J . , Estate of, 508 

Otis, 911, 1133, 1134 
Searull, Chaxles T. , 4.69, 472, 

473, 474, 476 
Scars, A. , 1055 

Dean, 1143 

Hd'Sivard, 1125 

Jaiijs F., 1076 

Nathan, 572 

Prince , 848 

Sarah L. , 1253 

Sylvanus, 1143 

William, 1143 
Seavey, K. ':: . , 1112 

7Jilliam, 193 
Sederholm, Morris M. , 1119 
Senior, Tililfred H. , 1118 
Senna, A. J., 59, 50, 478 

Albertino J. , 252 

Ayers J, , 226 

John J. , 180 

Joseph, 2C5, 1089, 1094, 

1095, 109C 

Joseph H. , «^2o, (^29, 230, 231, 

283 
Scrpa, Charles K. , 98, 99 
Sewall, Hoses, 425 

liJilliam G. , 755 
Seward, Daniel, 1233 
Seidell, Frederic K. , 90 
Seymour, K. A., 505 
Shanley, Zllen J., 370 

Jolin J. , 370 
Shapleigh, Jcjiies H. , 628 
Sharps, John, 1038 

Lydia H. , Zstato of, 1088 
Shew, DeMott, 481 

F. F., 41, 42, 153 

Frederick r. , 423, 429, 430, 

431, 959, 970, 971 

Frederick P., Zstate of, 432, 

433 

Jolm C. , 875 

John M. , 92, 969, 970 

William P., 384 ,■ 365, 566, 367 
Shearer, Frederick, 789 
She^rraa.n, Huiaphrey, 611 



215 



Shearman, Sarapson, 1261 

Sheppax-d, David D., 626 

Sherriiaa, Albert C, 636 

Annie E., 725, 726, 727 
C. E. W., 527, 558, 659 
Charles -S. , 269 

E. T. , 465 
Edward I)- , 585 

Edward T. , 749, 765, 8S7 , 
1135 

F. C, 505 

Huinphrey, 285, G89 , 958, 

939, 940, 941 

Humphrey L. , 538 

J. T., 639 

James, 559, 865 

Ji lu , 465 

Jai:.BS JI. , 215, 749, 750, 

751, 752, 765, 765, 767, 

874, 887, 1137, 

Jaiaes L., 1089, 1094, 

1095, 1098 

Jesse T. , 110 S, 1229 

Jerih, Jr. , 595 

John A., 1089, 1094, 1095, 

1098 

Joiin B., 469, 472, 473, 474, 

476 

John W., 1021 

Obed, B89 

Feleg E. , 469 

Pelee L., 212, 1037 

Wanton H. , 285 
Shiverick, Asa, 653, 659 

Edward F. , 306, o97, 693 
Shockley, H. A., 25, 24, 902, 

903 

Sarah D. H. , 153 

^/liilliam, 152, 162, 1241 

William, Estate of, irJ4i--. 

WilliaLiI., 219, 1219, 1504 

William J., 253, 254, 255 
Short, M. B», 527 
Shriver, Vfilliam, 81 
Shubert & Cottingharri, 593 
Shurtleff, J. R, , 447 

Jdhn Re , 17, 13, 10, 20, 21, 

22, 23, 24, :.5, 25, 27, 28, 

40, 41, 4^, 135, 153, ].37, 

138, 159, 152, 155, 165, 184, 

306, 50v , £59, 670, o-^l, 735, 

73C , 7"7, 5'±3, Q^r.) , 350; 902, 

903, 904, 905, 906, 907, 959, 

970, 971, I2t35, 1256, 12o7 , 

12 5,-: 
Shuster. 3olcriion, 1011 



Sibley, Reuben, 100 
Silva, Antonc, 456, 437 

Arthur, 94 

Francisco, 340 

J. A., 183, 459 

James F. , 400, 1238 

John D. , 262, 857, 1141, 

1285, 1287 

John Z., 94, 1222 

Jose, 483 

Joseph D., 341, 345, 678, o79 

Joseph J. , 510 

Joseph M. , 573 

Manuel, 55b 

Manuel J., 16, 1295, 1297, 

1298 

Martin, 295 
Silverhcrn, F. A., 756 
Simraons, A. B. , 1121 

A. S. , 153 , 351 

Allen 3., 703, 704, 705 

Leonard, 31<o 

Fhilip, 893, 1068, 1069, 1070 

Robert M. , 312 

W. W. , Estate of, 249 
Simpson, j-oina Vl., 623 

Charles 3. , 279 

David W.-, 448 

David W. , 2d, 1081 

Frederick, 78 

Isaac, 81 

Jaiaes, 73 

Rosatia, 90 

"iTilliara h. , 623 
Sinclair, James G. , 1, 7, 50 

K. B., 957 . 
Sisson, Abner, 351, 852, 853, 854 

Jasper L. , 1304, 1505 

Otis A,, 45^, 453, 454, 456, 

492, 493, 749, 750, 751, 823 
Siotsre, Elvira P.., 714, 715 

ir..''])k, 1069, 1094, 1095, 1098 

Fr..nk B. , 3, 4, 8, 10, 11 

Frank B. , Trustee, 315, 31d, 

317 
Sitza, Henry J 1253 
Skinner, Anthony, 1233 

Sarah, 1253 

ViJilliam, H. , 960 
Slocura, Abrata, J. , 608 

Calvin J., 469, 472, 473, 474, 

47o 

Go.:':"cl''.i..j. C^ Guardian, S18, 

eii 

J',, 525, 541, 588 
Fred, 93 



Slocum, Frederick, 563, 120c 

George W., 780, S15, 1145, 

1146 

Gideon, 1033 

GiloG P., 199, 1039, 1089 

Henry A., 1111, 1145, 1146, 

Holder G. , 1145, IMS 

James H. , 508 

John 0., Guardian, 1145, 1146 

Otis, 1145, 1146 

P. , 525, 541, 588 

Peleg, 93, 311, 563, 750, 818, 

819, 820, 629, 850, 915, 1035 

iVilliamR., 38, 59, 750, 1033, 

1034, 1145, 1145 
Sr.iall, C. A., 797 
Smalley, George D., 809 

*0» Inspector, 1, 84, 164, 181, 

^59, 335 
*0. Surv&yor, 447, 452, ::85,502;577, 
6Jl5p05,.-5^7,755,9':-^^4S,10 83^247, 

1284, 1S02 

Orrick, 575, 575 
Smth, Abbot, P., 544, 545, 854, 855, 

856, 857, 858 

Abraham, 665 

Albert E. , 346 

Albert 0., 84, 85, 487, 1303 
Smith & Allen, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 2^ 

4x7, 680, 806, 807, 878, 938, 93^ 

940, 941, 118 
Smith, Alphonso E. , 1095, 1098 

^\melia S, , 577 

Arvin, 522, 523 

Bertha, 275 

Charles E. , 1068, 1069, 1070 

Cliarles W. , 244 

Charlotte, I., 642 

Co burn, 346 

Daniel E. , 835 

Edward J., 792, 951 

Edward R. , 346 

Egbert T. , 375, 376, 423 

Ella E. , 565 

Eranklin, 141 

Frederick, H. , 578, 588, 728, 

729, 945 

George A., 255, 1217 

George F., 660, 785, 844 

Gilbert L. , 932, 953 

Hannah VJ. , 541, 857 

HeriBn, 583, 584, 1121, 11-50 

Henry, 543, 544, 545, 351, 852, 

853 

Henry, Estate of, 854 

PiCinry '.-J. , 653, 854, 855, 856 



216 

Smith, Horace P., 8, 712 

I. N., 1113 
*J. B., Surveyor, 54, 73, 102, 

114, 175, 18 1-, 280, 305, 308, 

332, 368, 490, 50<J,bO8»521, 563^575, 

587, 594, 634, 694, 719, 772,806, 

r:\. ,. ,<.;' , 945, 962, 1123, 

1132, 1152, 1181, 1207, 1364 
*J. Balcer, surveyor, 304 

JSsms C, 118 

James E. , 90 

James T., 3, 4, 8, 10, 11, 316 

317 

Jeremiah & Sons, Inc., 1233 

Joim C. , 643 

John W. , 695 

Jonathan, 919 

Jonathan, Estate of, 920 

Lorenzo, 1082 

Lyon, 546 

Marion Shaw, 713, 714, 715 

]\iary B. , 544, 545, 857 

Mary E. , 35, 1051 

Nathan S. , 654 

Samuel P. , 425 

Peter, 678, 679 

RuthL., 544, 545, 855, 856, 

857, 858 

Sadie l,!. , 853 

Tucker, 17, 18, 19 

Tucker, Estate of, 20 

Williams., 527, 528, 719, 720 

721, 722, 723, 724, 725, 725, 

846, 849, 850, 1058, 1059, 

1070, 1145, 114o 

VJilliam T. , 118, 319, 674, 806 

807, 878, 1059, 1050, 1109, 

1110 
Smithers, Charles R, , 988, 1293 
Snare, Jcaiios N. , 345 
Snedecker, C. D. , 269, 34S, 

504, 75 
Sncll, I)' via A. , 233, 234 

VJillii^a G. , 89 
Snow, Alexander F., 798 

Alfred D. , 798 

Andi'ew, Jr., 714, 715 

Charles A. , 1076 

G. W., 572 

George H. , 504 

Horace E. , 345 

Louiu, 150, 179, 271, 580, 880, 

809, 910, 1207 

Louni, Estate of, 43, 54, 123, 

124, 581, 835, 837, 909, 910, 

928, 929, 949, 950, 951, 952, 



ri7 



Snow, Loum, Estate of, lOSjO, 

10f)l, 1290 

Louin, Jr., 45, 1?::^, Ul'l, 

d-?.n, 580, 5B1, 856, 337, 9?!8, 

9P9, 949, 950, 951, 95?i, 1050 

1051, 1?.89 

LouE & Son, TA 

Otis S., ?^'-3 

Sobcrt, 5'i, 1£4, 606, 337, 

S09 910, 9?8, 9P9 , 1050, 1051 

3, T, , 8:?,1 
Snydor, Jolm A. , ?69 
SocGorro, Henrique, 770 
Soniia, A. J., 1206 
Soulo, Andrew H. , 1089, 1094, 

1095, 1098 

Arabella J. , 631 

C. ■■'., 881 

Chc-rles IT., 450 

Creoi'se L. , 681 

Helen M. , 601 

John v.. ,560 

mthaniel P., 787 

Thomas H. , 711 
Soule & Arrinf^ton, 450 
Souza, John L. , 15P, 510, 519 
Sowle, Frederick A. , 1^.52 

Frederick L. , 956 

Ifeithaniel F. , 279, 1161 

1231, 1232 
Spanier, Bn^l, 1121 
Spare, John V. , 3, 4, B9, 128, 

129, ISO, S15, 316, 317, 
Sparrow, Franl:F., Trustee, 476 

Kar:-y D., 957 
Spauldirif-, 'Tarren 0., 174 
Spear, D. H. , 520 

Howard, 111:1 
Spencer, C. L. , 1-^24, 1''25, 1226 
Sperry, F. I. , 505 
3pe:"vy & Barnes, 642 
Spinney, Georre B. , 957 

James L. , 957 

Matthew T.-, 957 

"\ H., 957 
Spooner, Gideon E., 2G5, 505 
SprarMje, David B., 465 

George E. , 758 
Spranzey, F. K. , 276 
Springor, G. H. , 5G1 
Stafiord, James 860 

Jajjies C, 901 
4ta:o,ley, J. L. , 450 
Stcnton, Jonien S. , 55, 56, 236, 
823, 1004, 1051, 105:^., 1053 
12u5 



Stanwood, Geor':;e M. , 27 6 
Stead, Thomao, 55 
Stearns, Ezra L. , 345 

Samuel, 345 
SteeMan, Andrew, 626 
Stecre, V. 3., 700 

Veranus, 1057, 1109, 1110 
Stetson, Charles, 1121 
Stetson, Cutler t- Co., 1.1,30 
Stetson, Georce Ti. , 1089, 1094, 
1095, 1098 
Harry E. , 957 
Stevens, Den:J.s, 574, 375 
Edgar, 716 
John, 716 
John A., 716 
Moses F. , 067 
Stevenson, VJilliaui E. , 81 
Stickney, A. L. , 274, 760, 858 
AMon L. , 274, 760 
Mary J. , 358 
Stillwell, A. H. , 481 
Stimpson, IJosalia, 957 
Stoddard, E. G. , 505 
Francis, 65, 66 
Stone, Franlc ¥. , 716 
H. A., 345 
I Jereriiah, 358 
I Stonehorse 'Thalins Corporation, 
; 1210 
\ Stover, Alfred, 799 
; Baron, 44 
\ George E. , 716 

i Hf.rlan P., 716 
! Isaac, 716 
i Jonathan, 716 
, Stowell, Joseph, 739 
; Strickland, P'ary E. , Estate of, 345 

P. A., 345' 
: VJ. "'■■• , Estate of, 545 
Strudni'::, Eli-:->, 1088 
Struvej;, ': ..^.rlos M. , 269, 756 
Stuoley, J. F., 628 

Albert 4"., 53^', 385, 386, 387, 
: Sturdy, Charles K. , 384, 365, 386, 
; 5C7 

i James H. , 3S4, 385, 386, 387, 
i Sturgis, John?.., 804, 370 
SuUinf-s, John "T. , 560 

7Jil^i iaia F. , 677 
Sullinr^s I: Kinc. £in, 6'..7 ,668, 669, 

670, 829, 050, 846, 849, 850, 
969, 970, 971, 1212, 1213, 1214 
1215, 1216 
Sullivan, John, 289 
John H. , 623 



Sulliavan, Thornas, 390, 881 
3T,\f8in, Benjamin, Jr., 176 

Charles C, 930 

Frederic C. , l'''?6 
3v/an, Albert L. , 642 

3lizab3th R. , 658, 6C9 

■■". D., 465, 466, 467 

Walter D. , 17, 13, 19, 40, 

41, 42, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 

70, 15?, 184, 305, 306, cO?, 

"572, 5?2, 523, 733, 7'^4, 735, 

736, 963, 964, 1157 

nilliani, B. , 53?,, GOl 

IJilliEm H. , Estate of, 756 
Swan son, 0., 370 
Sv^ett, David "J., 57S 

Jaraes A. , 373 

J'STies II. , 373 

Iloah, 1249 

vJillirm A., 573 

'T* A., Sijtato or, 545 
Svreetzer, Cornelius, 534 

Isaic, 236, 492, 495, 9?S, 

929 
SvTift, Alfred, 1143 

Anna H. , 731 

E. C. 527, 528 

Eliza F., ?97, 293, 299, 627, 

1254 

Ezra, 893 

.Frederick, 320, 321, 327, 518 

596, 597, 627, 653, &;.l, 703, 

704, 705, 710, 947, 948, 988, 

1083,1124, 1?29 

CTeorge B., 703, •:04, 705 

Oustavus F. , 527, 528 

Iiui'iiphrey 11. , 369 

Jireh, 59, 492, 495 

Jireh, Jr., 369, 4''.1, •^'"?. rv 



213 

3wift, Thomas W., 337, 888, 1224, 
1225, 1225 

"Jilliain C. N. , 299, 301, 309, 
320, 321, 327, 532, 333, 419, 
518, 594, 595, 596, 597, 627, 
652, 653, 554, 655, b60, 5bl, 
700, 701, 703, 704, 705, 707,- 
708, 709, 710, 339, 900, 901, 
927, 946, 9-7, 948, 935, 936, 
987,983, 1033, 1109, 1110, 
1115, 1124, 1228, 1?29, 1252, 

3y]:es, Jerer.iiah, 293, 294, 295 
Sylvia, A. 1., 555, 336, 337, 412, 
413, /14, 415, 416, 425, 455, 
Anthony C, 1036 
Antone F. , 133, 134 
Aiitone L. , 11, 12, 13, 22, 23, 
24, 25, 26, 27, 23, 43, 54, 55, 
56, 59, So, 37, S3, 125, 124, 161, 
204, 215, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 
223, 229, 250, 264, 265, 266, 267, 
271, 282, 283, 234, 312, 524, 457, 
469, 472, 475 474, 47 6, 479, 510, 
549, 550, 551, 552, 553, 56l, 562 
568, 591, 592, 606, 607, 654, 635, 
639, 640, 641, 655, 753, 789, 790, 
791, 792, 836, 837, 334, 387, 388, 
908, 909, 910, 928, 929, 951, 952, 
1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1010, 
1012, 1013, 1017, 1013, 1040, 1041, 
1042, 1043, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053, 
1086, 1095, 1098, 1200, 1245, 1268, 
1234, 1285, 1PS6, 1237, 1288, 1?89, 
1290 

Antone L. , Trustee, 123, 124 
Franli II. , 910 
Manuel T. , 432 



579, 780, 822, 



7 f": 1 P 



979, 930, 981 

Jireh, Jr. P.-: Frederic!: i;:. Al.Ten 

207, 208 

John F. , 369, -^09, 730, 781, 

782, 822, 323 

John T. , 578 

Ifethaniel H. , 444., 442 

Obed F. , Estate of, 552, 555, 

594, 595, 596, 597, 652, 653, 

660, 661, 707, 703, 709, 935, 

936, 987, 933, 1254 

R. G. F. , 890 

Rebecca D., 441, 442 

Stephen, 742, 743, 74-4 
Svdft & Allen, 630, 631, 652, 

633, 673, 919, 920 
3v.;ift & Ferry, Trustees, 977, 978 



Taber, Benjar.dn J., 206 
Benjamin T. , 132 
Bartholoiiiew Jr., 1245 
Betsey, 591, 592 
Chailes, 21, 22, 153, 139, Ibl, 

254, 255, 365, 447, 503, 525, 

605, 606, 618, 619, 620, 633, 

659, 640, 675, 752, 741, 746, 

765, 766, 767, 785, 736, 796, 

321, 829, 850, 336, 837, 844, 

357, 858, 902, 883, 834, 902, 

926, 928, 939, 940, 941, 978, 
1050, 1214, 1215, 1216, 1247, 



Tabor, Ciiarles, 1255, 1257 
1258, 1255, 1264, 1255, 
12oj 

Charles, Estate of, 726, 
1217, 1218, 1219, 1220 
Gliarles & Go., 507, 508 
Charles M. , 23, 24, 25, 25, 
27, 28, 199, 552 
2. K. , Estata of, 335, 554, 
535 

Edward S. , 38, 39, 125, 124, 
285, 492, 493, 579 j. 608, 530, 
531, 532, 533, 655, 1216, 1217, 
1218 

Edward T., 162, 700, 701, 606, 
807, 1055, 1057, 1109, 1110 
Elizabeth, 160, 161 
Ellery T. , 34, 35, 384, 385, 
386, 387, 509, 510 
Frank E. , 88 
Eredericlrc, 562 
Frederick H., 123, 129, 130 
Frederick F» , 1215 
George, 352, 521, 936 
George S. , 1232 
Granville W. , 1245 
Henry, 135, 156, 157, 158, 139, 
150, 161, 184, 200, 201, 202, 
SOS, 305, 352, 353, 554, 355, 
537, 605, 505, 508, 554, 535, 
636, 537, 638, 539, 540, 341, 
880, 881, 882, 883, 884, 923, 
924, 925, 926 
Henry A., 130, 302, 352 
E!enry A. , Estate of, 200 
Henry P., 402, 495, 495 
Jabsz H. , 384 
Jacob, 707, 927 
Jaraas M. , 837 
Jolin R. , 239, 507, 50S 
John S., 982, 965, 984 
Joseph, 150, 131, 447, 517, 
580, 581, 594, 595, 595, 597, 
554, 355, 758, 739, 740, 741, 
747, 743, 71-9, 750, 751, 752, 
376, 879, 399, 900, SOI, 958, 
939, 970, 971, 1212, 1213, 
1214, 1246, 1255, 1257 
Joseph B., 982, 983, 964 
Nathaniel S. , 532, 583, 334, 385 
Po.rdon J., 239 

Taber, Read & Co., 235, 300, 319, 
515, 374, 788, 931, 1050, 1059, 
1050 

Taber, Ri.au k Gardner, 320, 321, 387, 
575, 879 



?19 

Tabor, Rob..rt, 150, 151, 380, 

881, 882, 833, 364 

Sarah A. '(iT. , 731 

Silas A., 34, 35 

Stephen, Estate of, 573, 880, 

831, 832, 833, 884 

V/illiaiii C, 829, 830, 1259, 

1250, 1251 

WilliajiiG. , ISO, 151, 184, 200 

201, 20^;,, 502, 303, •552, 354, 

355, 451, 587, 505, 50 j, 634, 

555, 535, '037, 338, 539, 540, 

541, 8b0 , 3dl, ti32 , 383, 364, 

923, 924, 925, 923, 971, 
Tabor, Edvjard, 525 
Tar, Nathaniel, 343 
Tarrar, 'Edward G. , 345 
Ta.ulfaie , Edward H. , 259 

Giorgo Jr. , 259 

Levjis N. , 239 
Tavars, Jolm Joachiiii, 954 
Tavsrs, llary ±i. , 39 o 
Taylor, 'jTillieun H. , 107-i 
Toixeira, Julio Cozar, 130, 1019 
Toixeria, Roy F. , 119 
Tarry, B. F. , 610 

Isaiah F. , 494, ^^-95, 495, 932, 

933, 984 

Phineas E., 312, 375 

R. K. , 55u 

Sydney, 510 

'Jilliaia H. , 610 
Thacher, Otis F., 42, 1291 
Thatcher, Albert D. , 33i, 395, 

1020 

Charles, 594,- aSo, 1020, 1021 

Lfctthows & Co., 1072 
Thcall, G. , 504 ' 

J. B. , 329 
Thomas, Albert A., 839 

..'■aritono , 343, 344, 482, 509, 

510, 3 19, 1000, 1141, 1142 

Catharine, 92 

S. E. , 266 

Henry F., 176, 583, 634, 535, 

36o , 537 

Henry F., Estate of, 386 

Joseph, 509, 510 

Sylvanus, 175, 521, 772, 393, 965 
Thombny Charles R. , 582 
Thompson, Charles, 277 

E. K. , 381 

Jamas D. , 1030 

Joseph, 387, 853, 397, 1121 

Pardon G., 135, 351, 705, 704, 

705, 12 35, 12a4 



^20 



Thompson, Sarah A. , 585 

Theresa"./., 703, 704, 705 
vJillieoii, 447, 1257, 1258 
VJilliam B. , 937 

Thornton, Jolm R. , 82, 83, 154, 155 



156, 


157, 


350 , 


351, 


412, 413, 


414, 


415, 


416, 


561, 


552, 605, 


605, 


608, 


611, 


739, 


740, 741, 


911, 


912, 


924, 


925, 


926, 938, 


939, 


940, 


941, 


1263 


, 1264 



Kaailton B. , 7 'i , 74, 75, 
531, 5oS, 509, 95o, 
1155, 1156 
Isaac B. , 330 , 351 
Joseph B. , 1035 
l^iathaniel, 368 
Tlllinghast , 1155, 1156 



Vlaltsr : . . . 
ThurloiiJ, Deborah A. , 90 
Tibbstts, Albert Vi., 1114 
Tiffany, Elizabs-th R. , 527, 528 

Henry L., 172, 515, 516, 317, 

812, 813, 814, G15, 1237 
Tillinghast, Josephs., 719, 720, 721 

Pardon, 200, 285, 559, 409, 

580, 581, 594, 595, 780, 822, 

979 

Pardon, Estate of, 201, 529, 

781, 782, 823, 980, 931 

Theodore , 202 

Theodore F. , 595. 597 

Williarii A. , 202, 596, 597, 

655 
Tilton, Almira, 145 

George Pred, 261, 1064 

Jan-jes A., 128, 129, 130, 

315, 315, 317 

Levi, 144 

Owen H. , 803 , 1263 
Tin£,le7, Frank 3., 269 
Tinker, Daniel G. , 685, 584, 635, 686 
xinkham, John M. , 251 j 

John IT. , 251, 252 | 

Titus, John, 1131 j 

Tobey, Slisha E. , 798 j 

Gerard C, 520, 631, 84,i, l'.-A '■ 

Henry D. , 631 ; 

Horace P. , S^JO I 

John B. , 46 i 

Susannah K. , 520 I 

Todd, VJilliara, 798 I 

To;iLpkins, Frederick, 73, 74, 75, I 

330, 5Z1, 55;:, 509, 958, 

1035, 1155, 1155 j 

K. P. , 10 



530, 



Tomson, b. A. , 755 

Torcelin, J.iallincourt , 625 

Totman, Stark, 467 

Towle, Alonzo, 345 

Tovmsend, V.J. G. , 625 

Tranor, John, Estate of, 259 

Travanes, Peter 3., 1296 

Traynor, Charles R. , 577 

Trenedy, David T. , 32^ 

Trickey, Joiin, 1249 

Tripp, Alexander, 377, 378, 379, 

380 

Alexander A., 293, 294, 295, 

525, 1033, 1050 

Ansel, 374, 375, 376, 377, 

378 

Francis L. , 574 

Frederick F. , 805, 993 

George F. , 494, 495, 495, 

511, 982, 983, 284 

Hiram, 494, 495, 496 

Horace P. , 92 

Jcimes, 1058, 1059, 1070 

Lsmuul C, :H;'state of, 494, 495, 

'x9o 

Noah, 452, 453, 454, 455, 456, 

539, t)77, l<i70, 1272, 1273, 

1274 

Orlando J. , 852 

Stephen A. , 959, 970 

Vieston 5. , 1275 
Troy, Eariiot, 750 
Tucker, Gharlos, 416, 525, 541, 

749, 750, 751, 75.J, 829, 850, 

848, 849, 915, lOoC, 1069, 

1070 

Charles E. , 745 

Charles R. , 61, 155, 155, 209, 

211, 593, 6^3, 80:., 303, 991, 

1082 , 

Ch./rlay R. , Jr., 209, 210, 211 

21.:, ■] - , 991, 992, 993, 

io:;7, lU'ie 

C'larlos & Co., 62, 155, 135, 

137, 138, loO, 161, 195, 195, 

210, <il2 , 222, 223, 224, 2i--i5 , 

644, 667, 568, 569, 670, 685, 

584, 685, 686, 739, 740, 741, 

804, 805, 818, 819, 620, 870, 

911, 912, 992, 1056, 10.7, 

1072, 1212, 1213, 1230, 1251, 

1255 

Edward T. , 197, 993 

Elisha, 175, 955 

George F. , 157, 197, 213, 993, 



2L1 



Tucker, George I., 1037, 103G, 

1059, 1048, 1049 

Geor£e F., Trustee, 157, 

1049 

Henry R. , 194, 80^, 803 

J. I. £0 Co., 214, £71, 993, 

1037, 1038 

John?'., 61, 63, 154, 155, 

155, 157, lo4, 165, 194, 195, 

196, 197, 309, 210, 311, 312, 

213, 546, 498, 803, 804, 805, 

870, 871, 991, 992, 993, 1036, 

1037, 1038, 1047, 1048, 1049, 

1250, 1251 

John F . , 214 

Joseph, 524 

Moses G. , 746 

Robert E. , 991 

\jilliar.i, 673, 915 
Tuort , Geor£e 11, , 346 
Turner, Charles H. , 33, 917 

Elihu r. , 834 
Tuttle, Hesekiah, 1144 

Horace L. , 1144 
Tyler, Artemas S., 141, 735, 763, 

794, 795, 796 

Benjamin F. , 535 

G. F. , 275 



U.' S. Government, 810 
Utley, vJilliaiTi R. , 67<i 



Van Gilder, Szekiel, 1083 
Vandusen, Joseph B. , 626 
Vanduzen, J. B. , 277 
Vara, Manuel T. , 312 
Vaiin^,, 'Jilson B. , 504 
Vauneiiian, Joseph A- , 10b8 

Joseph '.J., 1068 
Veszie, Geor^ie, 78 

Johxi K. , 78 

Joiin T. , 78 
Veira, Joseph D. , 1253 

Manuel F. , 574 

Nicholas R. , <:v20 
Vc nt r i e s , Ge orf^e , 248 
Vera, Fran, 262, 263, 264, 2d5, 

266 

Joseph, 263, 265, 364, <i65, 

36o, 267, 305, 306, 307, 531, 

532, 525, 778, 779, 818, 819, 

830, 879, S64, 1073, 1073 



Vernon, Mary S., 81 
Veuren, Mary E. , 626 
Viall, S. T., 338, 239 

Shear joshul T. , 832 
Viera, Ant one , 773 

Joseph A. , 282 
Vincent, Hard T., 128 



Vfaddington, Henry, 275 

Thomas, 1088 
VJainwright , 8. K. , 1131 
¥alcott, Geor&.e E. , 628 
Waldeaar, G. VI. , 167 

Gustave \1 . , 371 
Ualdron, Sylvanu;. C, 949 
Walker, Charles, 557 

Jacob, 1151 
I'iallaci, George yj. , 658, 659 

Joanette, 345 

John, 1131 
vJard, Fred, 732 

George W. , 756 

Jaiiies, 338 

Jennie 3. , 756 

Matthfevjs & Baker, 582 
vJars, Benjamin T. , 625 
l.'arland, ■iJilliamC, 511 
Warren, Androvj F. , b62 

Joseph C. , 751 

Thomas 1. , 671, 1358 
Washburn, Willi ^n, 494 
Waterhouse, John r., , "iu9 
Waterman, Charl'ja, 764 

E. P. , 573 

Thomas B. , 1121 
;.,.tcrs, A. T. , 339 

Bon, 691, 692 
' ...tkins, Willi3.ui, 371, 394, 395, 

39.:., :vj7, 417:, 647, 648, 683, 

&6C, 8o9, 963, 1116, 1227, 1291, 

l,o9^ 
■\jatson, Samuel, 40, 41, 42, 447, 

679, 1284, 1385 

Sewall J. , 90, 520, 957 

William, 1076, 1129 

William, E. , 991, 992 
ijTatts, Saxiiucl, 366 
Weaver, E. H. , 505, 1233 

Jaboz, 896 
John C. , 1131 
Joseph K. , 141, 465, 466 
Webb, Charles F. , 54o 
Constant P. , 1131 
Isaac r. , 314 
Webster, B. F. , 557 



'X'di'ingtoii, ]ienry, 275 

Tho-' -.c s , 1088 
"t:i:^7ri;ht, 3. H. 11131 
I \'c.lcott, G-eorje 3., oSG 
(; •.felclsr-^r, G. ¥. , 187 

Gu stave W. , oVl 
'eldron, Sylvanus C. , ^- :':9 
■viL-or, Charles, Ef:7 

Jacob, 11 SI 
mili.'.ce, Geor:.;e '7., 650, 659 

Joanatte, 5-1:5 

John, 1131 
'.'ai-d, Jrcd, 732 

G-eoPtTG ":. , 756 

Jcrnies, '~c8 

Jennie ^.. , 756 

J'latthews r Bcker, 582 
''^ire, Berjcjiin T. , d?.6 
"Tnrlr.n-, ".'illian C., 511 
"Fn.rren, .'..n'".reV'r IP. , 663 

Joseph C., 731 

Tho-r-.s F., 671, l-^^^G 
"'.:\sh"burn, 'Til; iasi, '194 
' "a t erh ou s e , J ohn I" . , f' 69 
"7ate?-Tf\8n, Charles, 764 

H. I., 57? 

Th03-A?3 G. , llf^l 
^"atc:/S, A. T. , ^:39 

Don, 691, '^g 
"atl-ins, Geor^,e D. , 069, 069 
^■:atl:liis, '"ili.iari, 271, 69-':, 065,695, 

397 , •617 , 647 , 648 , 700 , 060 , 869 , 

9 60 , 112 6 , 1227 , 129 1 , 1292 
••at son, Oeiuiel, 40 ^ ^1, 4?, 4^:17, 

079, 1284, 1235 

Sewall J., 90, 520, 657 
■Mjliam, 1076, 1129 

"•'illir.an H. , 991, 992 
"atts, Sanuel, 366 
■feaver, S. E. , 505, 1205 

Jabez, 896 

John C, 1131 

Joseph N. , 141, 4'jr, 466, 
■■'ebb, Charles F. , 346 

Constant T. , 1131 

Isaac 7. , 314 
"Tebster, B. F. , 507 

George IC. , 527, 5^Vj 

Ko:;es, 268 

Hichavd 0., 557 

Sijjieon G. , 263 

Thoraas, 423 
"eeks, Joshua, 990 

rhebe A., ?:>"& 

■ii].liai', «63 
■■■jlcb., ■franc is 001 

Gaiiaiel, 709 



'Jells, Cassius, l.'^.Sl 
'Tell:.. an, K. H. , 329 
"Jelsh, 'T. A. , 756 
"Test, AndrexT D. , 26, 715 

Augustus, 2C:9 
; Charles, 302, 803, 004 

Ellsworth L. , 19 

.lenry S. , 530 

John T . , 683 , 634, 685 , 68 6 , 7 60 

Leonard u;. , 414 

Simeon IM. , 683 , 684, 685 , 636 , 587 , 

688,789,790,791,792, 

SiiTieon N. , Trustee, 680 
"Jescott, A. S. , 572 

Cora, 520 

Thoraas A., 421, 558 
'Thalin^ TCnshrined Inc. , 261 
'Thalon, tliraji, 677 

Jonathan, u77 
orneaton, Je:ies, ^■59 

Ja:^i3s, Rotate 00,970,971 
'Theaton, rhili]:> I.:., , 398 

Silas, 626 
OTiedon, "0. 7. , '-05 
"""heldon, OJ-e:v-nder, 675 
TJliite, .Onnie TH. , 362 

TUfl'- in -T. , 175 

Elias H. , 93, 311 

E^reratt , -0 

1^-erett J*, 765 

Holder, 5^5, 006,00? 

Hub art .-:.., 342 

Ji ':. , ^'02, 801 

Jajiies, 001 - 

Janes P. , 502 

Jonathan, 0'9 

Lei;:aiel, 4o9, 472, •^73, 474, 476 

Lor..uel K., 316,0.009,1094, 1095,1098 

..■iobert H» , 89 

3henia.n, 205 

Villi'^i-. H. , 277 
O^hitside, Joi;-,;:'h, 755 
Oaiite-zrell, Zun^ian Ou., 1245 

I<\;.nikan R. , Jr., 35, 194 
TJhitr.iore, Snos., b26 
^/liitney, /^nasa, 17,18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 

23, 40, 41, 42, 61, 62, 135, 136, 

137, 138, 139, 148, 149, 150,15.1,152, 

155, 155, ].5u, 157,, 164, 165, 184, 

195, 19 6, 197, 022, 283, 224,225, 

226, 250, 251, ?55, 254, 393, 418, 

447, 541, 598, 6o7, &68, 669, 670, 

671, 719, 720, 721, 722, 72'', 759, 

740, 741, 789, 790, 791, 829, 830 

8^8, 849, 850, 370, 871, ^02, 969, 

970, 971, 991, 992, 9v 3, 1036, 1037, 



10 : 



1048, 10^' 9, 1068, 1069, 



1070, l?.l?, m", 1^1^:, 1?15, 

1?E^, 1256, 1S57 

.A:viasa, Estate oi', g'l-, 166 

An.c;.r-ew, 960 

TPelixC, 36, 41'^, E:81, 562, 

650, 749 

Crsorre B. , 37, ^.14, 41E, 416, 

651 » 750, 751, 75?., 7 36, 7 67, 

IS&C, 1?64 

Henry S. , 198, -^7, 724, 725, 

728, 792, 1039, I'^lb , 1217 
■■'horf , Thome, s R. , 424, 
Uicks, Asaph S., 668, 669, 820,1124 
Uiddotjes, Levi, 293, 294 
■■■Jiggin, Nathaniel, 599 
■ :ilber, Benjaiain, 996 
'■Jilbur, Charles li. , 334 

Sc>:in, 8G9 
TJilcoz, Henry, 533, 647, 648, 851 

Henrj'-, Estate of, 5^-Z, 852, 

853, 854, 855, 856 

Eathan B., 847 

Thonas B. , 1072 

•J., 152 

■7illiaiii, 'Sstate of, 441 
TJilc'.er, Isaac, 367 
'.'Jilford, Charles E., 505, 1233 
rillard, Joel B., 199, 950 ■ 
"illcott, Levi L. , 421 

Peter L. , 421 
'rillets, Robert R. , 460 
-^illett, Jar;:esT., 423, 538, 539, 

591,592 
-^iUiajriis, Adeline A« , 409, 780 

B. F. , 367 

C. A., 460 
Catherine T., 505 
TTranc is, S83 , 6;31- 
Jaues M. , 975 
Lewis, '.'J. , 442 

Theodore D., 175, 509, 683, 

398, 979, 982, 983, 9S4 

TTealthy H, , 27 6 
T^illis, James ¥. , 155 
•jiliiarth, Vr. D. , 159, 465, 465,457, 

738, 736, 796,843,394,930 
'■Jilson, H. H. , 361 

Benjamin G. , 738, 735, 786, 

794, 795, 894, 1247 

Benjanin I., 765, 7Sc, 767 

Francis J. , 477 

Franl: L. , 797 

George, 507 

Huidah 3. , 511 

James, 944 

Roll in C, 346 



Tilson, ThoiA-;s K. , 636, 637, 638, 3 

-■JillianP. , 761, 762, 1067, 1252 
Tines, Sylvester T«, 610 
'■'ing, Benjamin, 135 

Benjai'iin F. , 135, 136, 137, 138, 

139 

George F. , 374, 375, 379, 530,381 

382, 383 

J. Sc'T. H. fc Co., 447, 365, 856 

J. A., 30 

John, 17, 13, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 

24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 41, 42, 87, 

135, 136, 137, 133, 139, 184, 224, 
225, 226, 227, 669, 670, 671, 671, 
684, 685, 636, 687, 683, 902, 903, 
904, 905, 906, 907, 971, 1069, 1070, 
1212, 1213, 1214, 1215, 1218, 1217, 
1218, 1219, 1220, 12^1, 1255, 1256, 
1257, 1258 
Joseph, 17, IS, 19 

c^ on; oi /Q ,/; -1 

136, 137, 138, 139, 
161, 184, 216, 217, 
223, 250, 251, 252, 
593, 447, 667, 668, 
684, 685, 686, 687, 
721, 722, 723, 724, 
728, 739, 740, 741, 
902, 903, 904, 905, 
925, 926, 959, 970, 
1212, 1213, 1214, 1215, 1216, 1217, 
1218, 1255, 1?56, 1?57, 1258 
Ljrraan, 719, 720 

Feleg S., 152, 153, 4;.7, 671, 719 
720, 721, 722, 723, 348, 849, 850. 
'Tillian R. , 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 
23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 40, 41, 42, 
86, 87, 88, 107, 108, 135, 136, 157, 



20, 21, 22, 25, 
42, 85, 135, 
152, 153, 160, 
218, 219, 222, 
253, 254, 255, 
5b9, 670, 671, 
688, 719, 720, 
725, 726, 727, 
848, 849, 850, 
922, 925, 924, 
971, 1040, 1041, 



138, 139, 152, 153, 160 

215, 217, 213, 219, 220 

22'-, 250, 251, 252, 253 

P^-o', 2^7, 258, 593, 447 

669, 670, 671, 684, 685 

688, 712, 713, 714, 715 

721, 722, 723, 724, 725 

728, 729, 759, 74-0, 741 

850, 902, 903, 90^-^, 905 

903, 922, 925, 92-:-, 925 



161 
221 
254 
667 
636 
719 
726 
848 
90b 
926 



184 
222 
255 
663 
687 
720 
727 
849 
907 
969 



970, 971, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 
1212, 1P15, 1214, 1215, 121'o, 1217, 
1218, 1219, 1220, 1221, 1255, 1256, 
1257, 1253 

::. R. a- Co., 447, 865, 866 
'Tilliai,. R. , Estate of, 259, 1039, 
1094,1095, 1093 
'Tinslovj, Charles A. , 398 



2P4 



FaiL-iie L. , S98, 229 
Goorse F. , ?97, •:>2e , 607 
John P., g95, ?94, 29E, C07, 
EOS, 509, 51C 

Joshuo B., 1, ''S?, i"41, 1?42, 
■Jilliam. C. , 12-^1, IP-i:? 
' 'in siT.ove , Thoma s , 52" 
'■'insor & oro-'m 329 
'^insor, Ilary J., 529 

Zehas, 469, 472, ''7'3, 474, 47 S 
Tintei's, Georf-;e E. , 565 
'."itherell, Janes 11. , 1250 
'Tittett, JeiuesT., 2B3, '^'..g, 290, 

291, 292 
"rood, Charles E. , 131, 295, 361, 
1224, 12'^'6 
Charles L., 61, 62, 121, 122, 
153, 194, 196, 197, 251, 252, 
253, 254, 306, 307, '=■34, 598, 
654, 65r, 736, 737, 955, 1111, 
1207 

Charles 1., Sstat-: of, 724 
Daniel, 121, 1^2, 194 
Deimis, 82, 83 
Georce, 275 

George E. B. , 1?70, 1272, 
1273, 1274, 1275, 1276 
George F. , 1034 
lienrj/ T. , ]84, 562, 353, 634, 
635, 636, .637, 638, 639, 923, 
924, 925 , 

Horace, .361, 703, 704, 705, 731 
J&mos B.,,121, 1?2, ^34, 955 
James B. & Cp. , 654, 945 
John A., 680, 806,, 807, 878, 
879, S "'5, 1059, 1060, 12?6 
John "J., 82,- 83 
M. Pope, 1^32 
'.'.'oodock, A., I'irs. , 532 
■"■'oodhouse, A. Pl. , 713 
"fooding, C. H. , 100 
■Toodman, Thans-s, 331 
T'oods, George L. , 1234 
'ToodvTard, Henry E,. , 133 

Samuel, 936," 957 
"Toolsey, C. A. Paint cc Color 346, 
TJordell, A. E. , 1043, 10b7 

Alfred, 802, 803, 1111, ■ 
Allen JT/,, 4G9, 472,, 473,474^ 713 
714, 715, 761, 
'Tordell, Eenajrnj3.in ?.♦ 
735, 736, 737 
I. H. , 107 
Irvin-- L. , 3, 4, 
317, 346 '. 

\"il]isn., 103, 10:';9, 1094, 
1095, 1098 



'62, 1232 
,, 733, 734, 



39, 315, 316, 



^.Torley, Aiielia A. , 756 

Uorth, Benj^TjAin, Estate of, 420 

Benjaiuin 3. , 942 

Henry 7. , 663 
"Jri£ht, B. 3. , 558 
I'richtinfxton, "/illia'-a K. , 134, 533, 647, 

548, 851 
'Vylie, 3. 3., 524 
■Jyiaan, Everett A., 961 



Young, Asa L. , 797 

Frank L. f: Co., 12, 13, IC 
259, 282, 283, 1009, 1010 
George E., 5:8, 1249 
Jonathan, 1154 

young & Ki-iball, 89, 1008 

Youngs, '[arren, 610 



13< 



Zegel, Cornelius, 1295 
JeJX-.ie, 1295 



ind::s of rLii,.czs 



[Rof orcncos -tjj to all piece n.-iacr'. i:: eiitrios by entry 
nuLibor. Sincj New Bodford vjo-G tliu lole.ce of docuncnt- 
ation for the ontrios in this Yolunio, rcforonce to it 
has been omitted frorc this index*) 



n€)ss: OF FiACES 



Abselson, Me., 571 

Acuslmet, 32, 33, 114, 115, 125, 

124, 1G5, 19P, ?19, ?59, 532, 
544 , 384 , ns , , 521 , 541 , 60 5 , 
606, 829, 830, 879, BHS, 884, 
890, 915, 931, 932, 933, 966, 
3.056, 1057, 1058, 1?19, 1270, 
1272 

Adamsville, R. I., 105 

Africa - See Axiia, CacheT'j, Per.ba 
Island 

African Coast, 1253 

Alsbaiia - See Mobile, 

Alameda, Calif,, 107 

Alaska - See Candle, Nor\e , Feint 
Bari'ow 

Alexandria, Va.-, 90, 269 

A]j--s, Ark., 450 

Aidst erdaia , N.Y. , 665 

Andover, 367, 511 

Ann Arbor, Mich,., 533 

Ansonia, Conn., 642 

Appleton, Me, , 799 

Arctic Ocean, 153, 193, 300, 301, 
509, 321, 593, 409, 447, 484 
503, 518, 587, 593, 655, 680 
709, 783, 785, 796, 346, 847 
.912, 921, 943, 953, 955, 959 
1116, 1128, 1136, 1185, 1246 
1295. 

Ari'iona - 3oe Ihoeni?.: 

Arkansas - See AL'ia 

Ar-Tovrsic, Me., 797,957 

Assonot, 89 

Atlantic City, F. J., 174 

Atlantic Ocean, 729, 1277 



Attleboro, 35, 37, 


150, 


199, 


334, 


535, 586, 537 


415 


465 


'.'■66 , 


467, 527, 523 


5G1 


552 


651, 


658, 859, 758 


749 


750 


751, 


752, 7 ["5, 79b 


Pj^." 


394 


950, 


933, 9'-^.9, 940 


941. 






Auburn, Me. , 707 








Auburn, il, Y. , 199 








Augusta, Me., 90, '. 


L065 






P..r±:., Africa, 99 








Azores - See Fayal 









Bangor, Me., 79, 95, 323, 339, 
345, 572, 535, 860, 1324 

Barbados, B. 'J. I., 130 

Barnstable, 313, 333, 504, 520 

523, 588, 558, 690, 702, 771, 
824, 842, 895, 936, 937, 1114, 
1188 

Basket Island, Terre del Fiego, 
1226 

Batii, Me., 53, 32, 90, 118, 141, 

159, 163, 205, 228, 262, 361, 
408, 421, 520, 524, 585, 590, 
530, 697, 710, 731, 756, 785, 
794, 843, 84i4, 362, 921, 950, 
957, 1056, 1039, 114, 1255, 
1289, 1510, 13'^5, 13?'9 

Bayon.-.e, N. J., 735 

Belfast, Me., lO-, 241, 582, 801, 
854 

Seli^iar, R. J. , 115 

Bellinghaiii, vjasli., 119 

Benton Harbor, Mich, , 47 

Beriiig Sea, 66b 

Berkley, 89 

Berlin, 319 

Berlin, N. BI. , 797 

Bermuda, 1265 

Beverly, 505, 605, 346, 944, 1564, 
1365, 1566 

Beverly, N. J., 277 

Beverly Fa^i.s, 1061, 1062 

Binghaidpton, Mp Y,, '334 

Bisol, Cape Vor'e Inlands, 177 

Rluehill, k:e., 716, 1520 

Bcoavista, Cape Yerde Islands, 
1120 

koothbay, Me,, 45, 76, 90, 171, 
99?,, 534, 794, 795, 954 

jOothOay i'krbor, k.e., 346, 371 

Boston," 1, 5, -1, 3..., 44, 47, 43, 



Baldvjinsville, F. Y. , 51, 52, 519, 
Beltimoro, Md,, 43, 80, 101, 179, 
209, 269, 276, 332, 357, 368, 
570, 371, 421, 553, 622, 542, 
562, 756, 798, 855, 1185 



51, 


r, ■ ^ r 


'-■ > '-- ■ 


-5 ^^> 


39, 


■■^l 


96, 


IOC , 


lO'^' , 


113, 


131, 


133, 


134 


140 , 


141, 


142 , 


144, 


146, 


148 


159, 


155, 


131, 


191, 


192, 


195 


200, 


201, 


202, 


248, 


249, 


2.50 


251, 


252, 


253, 


354, 


255, 


255 


257, 


r"^,p 


232, 


283, 


286, 


p o - 


280, 


290 ; 


291 , 


292, 


293, 


294 


295, 


311, 


312, 


329, 


334, 


335 


336 , 


557. 


338, 


541, 


346, 


347 


561, 


557, 


370, 


571, 




405 


409, 


421, 


I'.O^- 


.428, 


429, 


430 


431, 


-:52, 


438, 


441, 


442, 


445 


448, 


450, 


464, 


467, 


482, 



226 



487 
500 
527 
539 
565 
515 
640 
660 
693 
749 
785 
721 
861 
923, 



, 492, 


493, 


, 504, 


511, 


, 528, 


529, 


, 547, 


548, 


, 573, 


583, 


, 626, 


636, 


, 641, 


642 , 


, 6u2, 


681, 


, 695, 


vii, 


, 750, 


751, 


, 793, 


797, 


, 822, 


842 J 



862. 
929 i 



95C, 



494, 


495 


496, 


519, 


520 


526 , 


535, 


537 


538, 


558, 


559 


564, 


5G4, 


587, 


r 601. 


657, 


638 


639, 


o45. 


658 


659, 


682, 


690 


692, 


716, 


730 


753, 


756, 


758 


769, 


793, 


799 


, 817, 


843 , 


8^:4 


847, 


894 ., 


909 


927, 


936, 


957 


931j 



974, 975, 977, 1003, 1004, 

ICOe, 1009, 1010, 1028, J.03S 

1039, 1045, 1075, 1076, 1080 

lOo.li IOC'!', 1084, 10-J8, 1114 

1115, 1118, 1121, 11.- 9, 1130 

lj.43, 115U., 1167, li:8, 1170 

1171! lJ.70, 1173, 1176, 1178 

130, 1131, 1184, 1187 

1228, 1230, 1231 

1233, 1249, 1253 

1284, 1285, 1230 

1303, 1' 04, 1505 

1320, 132?., 1323 

1349, 1350, 1357 



119? 
Z.?.Z'. 

:i26'; 



1232 

1267 

1287 

1310, 131S, 

1324, 1330, 

1358, 1560 
Bourne, 452, 433, 527, '."28, 61= 

659 
Brai':.tree, 843, 930 
Branforl, Con:;:., !^05, 1233 
Brava, Gape Verde Islands, 60, 

180, 392, 569, 816, 1019 
Brazil - See Camocin 
Brazil, 95 
Brei'/er, Ke. , 1320 
Bridgeport, Conn., 30, olO, 12 

1320 
Eridi.^eton, 1'. J., 275, 835 
Bridge-i^jater, 1, 153, 162, 453, 



^54, 



455, 456, 527, 523, 560, 602, 

1121, 1364 
Brighton, 371 
Bristol, Fa,, 277 
Bristol, R. I,, 310, 312 
British Uent Indies - See J3arb£dos 
Brocl'ton, I2, 13, 98, 133, 134, 

371 
Brookhaven, F. Y. , 315, 610, bl4, 

965 
Erooklin, ¥b., 450, 1355 
Broohline, 346, 716, 1076, 1129 



Brooklyn, N. Y. , 45, 94, 345, 
346, 420, 423, 452, 453, 
454, 455, 456, 511, 610, 
634, 635, 642, 672, 756, 
797, 860, 1066, 1095 

Brunsvdck, C-a. , 470, 1232 

BrunsiAtick , lie . , 535 

Bucksport, Me., 545 

Buffalo, K. y., 86^ 



Qashev;, rfest Coast of Africa, 537 
Calalfi, L3, -, 407; 784, 1354 
Cclifor.4a -- Tee Alccoieda, Oakland, 

3a n Eicano.i soo 
CambrlLve, 90, 511, 862, 1055, 

lO'-'-e, 1123 
Caiuhridp-e, Md , "O^ 101 
Cambrid^sp-rt, 5r>0^ 957 
Caiiiden, re.., 113 269, 536, 540, 

75G, 1-3'^C 
Camden, V .. J.,, 398, 481 
Cai-iocin, :;j.'t::,j.l, 1553 
Canar;v Island.'^; - See Teneriffe 
Candle, Alaska, 346 
Canton, 90 
Cape Cod, 147 
Caps .llisaboth, Ivle., 276 
Cape Fullcrton, 463 
Cape May, r. J., 275, 398, 626 
Cape ¥3.Y Coun'':y, N, J., 626 
Cape Verd3 Islands - See Bisol, 

BonaTista, Erava, Cape Yincf;nt, 
Island of ?.;aico, I'.t.yo, Santia.'re, 
i St. ilichola..:;, St. Vinc3n.t, 

(Tarafal, 3t Ficholas) Togo 
i Cape Ycrde Islands, 97, 186, 190, 
' 221, 247, 506, 593, 758, 1044, 

j 1258 

CJ.po Vordc Isli^nds ;-. 'lest Africa 
I 'rr-.din^ Corp. , 119 

Cape Vi-i-cjiit, Capo Verda Islajids, 

570 
Carver, 631, 842, 1557 
Castine, ]>.., 191, 600 
Central Falls, A. I,, 1129 
Charleston, -j,. i).. , 177 
Charlcstown, 276, 333, 441, 1145 
i Chathuj--., 876, 1356 
Chelsea, 181, 276, 886, 1076, 

1114, 1127 
Chester, I'a. , 275 

Chicar^o, 111,, 350, 527, 528, 310, 
368, 869, 1026, 1027, 1357, 



227 



Cliila, - Sg3 Valpariso 

Chilmark, 144, 145, 199, 305, 306, 
307, 1109, 1110. 1312 

Churcli Point, Nova Scotia, 177 

Claromont, N„ H. , 710 

GlevGland, 0., 520, 656, 559 

CohassGt, 184, 520 

Golujnbia, Mo., 763 

Concord, N. H. , 628 

Connecticut - Se3 Ansoiiia, Bran- 
ford, Bridgeport, Derby, East 
Hampton, East Ha van, Greenwich, 
Groton, Hartford, Madison, teiddlo- 
town, JV^ystic, Naugatuck, Hew 
Ha von, Nevj London, Novutown, North 
Branford, NoCTJich, PoMret, 
Portland, Stafford, Stamford, 
Stonington, waterbury, water- 
town, ITothersf ield 

Coopers Point, N. Y. , 1087 

Cotuit Fort, 305, 306 

Crisf ield, Md. , 596 

Cumberland County, N. J. , 626 

Cutler, Mo. , 367 

Cuttyhunk, 1309 



Damariscotta 


Me . 


268 






Danversport , 


Mass 


349 






Dartmouth, 3 


4, 8, 10 


11, 


17, 18, 


19, 


20, 25, 26, 27 


28, 


35, 38, 


39, 


40, 41, 42, 86 


87, 


88, 89, 


95, 


107, 


108, 


133, 


135, 


136, 


137 


138 


139 


144 


147 


152, 1 


160 


184 


196 


197 


199 


200, 


201 


202 


209 


210 


211 


217, 


219 


220 


221 


222 


223 


224, 


225 


226 


227 


233 


234 


255 , 


256 


257 


258 


259 


274 


2c5 , 


294 


295 


297 


299 


301 


302, 


303 


309 


315 


316 


317 


320, 


321 


327 


332 


333 


414 


415, 


418 


433 


441 


442 


452 


153, 


455 


469 


472 


473 


474 


476, 


492 


508 


518 


525 


534 


541, 


574 


579 


594 


595 


596 


597, 


501 


502 


619 


520 


627 


834, 


635 


635 


557 


552 


653 


654, 


660 


658 


673 


677 


692 


593, 


699 


700 


701 


703 


704 


705, 


707 


708 


709 


710 


713 


714, 


715 


719 


720 


721 


722 


723, 


724 


725 


725 


727 


728 


723, 


746 


753 


760 


780 


781 


752, 


802 


803 


818 


829 


830 


S4S, 


849 


850 


851 


852 


853 


854, 



157 



856, 856, 857, 858, 868, 871, 
S74, 875, 879^ 889, 892, 893, 
900, 903, 904, 905, 906, 907, 
908, 915, 927, 932, 945, 947, 
948, 955, 979, 980, 981, 985, 
986, 987, 988, 990, 1022, 1024, 
1025, 1026, 1054, 1040, 1041, 
104E, 1043, 1068, 1069, 1070, 
1072, 1083, 1089, 1094, 1095,- 
1098, 1109, 1110, 1115, 1145, 
1146, 1180, 1182, 1189, 1190, 
1191, 1195, 1199,' 1218, 1219, 
1220, 1221, 1229, 1254, 1255, 
1256, 1257, 1258, 1259, 1273, 
1304, 1305, 1327, 1328, 1340, 
1364, 1365, 1365 

Doering, Me. , 276 

Deer Isle, Mo. , 66^ 

Delaware - See Iviilford, Milton, 
Nev'.'port , Wilmington 

Dela-ware, 1131 

Dennis, Ivfess. , 130, 450, 572, 628, 
787, 1076, 1077, 1143 

Derby, Conn., 65, 504, 896 

Dighton, Mass. , 89 

District of Columbia - See George- 
town, V'Jashington 

Dorchester, Mass., 801 

Dover, N. H. , 957, 1249 

Dutch East Indies - See Lores 

Duxbury, Mass., 54, 330 



East Braintrec, Mass., 159 

East Palmouth, Mass. , 1045 

Eastham, Ivlass. , 148, 149, 150, 151, 
505, 306, 307, 372, 427, 428, 
429, 430, 431, 733, 734, 735, 
736, 737, 885, 1111, 1137, 
1138, 1159, 1140, 1141, 1142, 
1178, 1177, 1178, 1179, 1180, 

East Hompton, Conn. , 174 

East Hav-n, Conn,, 1144 

East Limington, Me,, 195, 196 

Easton, Mass., 520 

Eastport, Me., 106G 

East VJarohMn, Mass., 98 

Edgartown, Mass,, 35, 74, 75, 182, 
218, 281, 412, 420, 427, 428, 
429, 444, 515, 514, 530, 551, 
571, 615, 677, 76i, 851, 832, 
859, 865, 916, 917, 918, 958, 
945, 978, 1016, 1112, 1113, 
1212, 1264, 1267, 1327 

Elizabeth, N. J. , 1501 



;28 



Ellsvjorth, Me.,, 240, 329 

Elsfleth, Germany, 98 

Essex, Ii/L-.ss«, 2, 8,^ 29, 30, 78, 
125, 128, 132, 'l33, 183, 190, 
244, 296, 318, 340., 350, 356, 
389, 392, 399,, 400. 

Everett, L£iss«, 371, 711, 1081 



Pairhavcn, Ifcsse, 3, 4^ 5, 10, 11, 
12, 13^ 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 48, 
64^ 65., 66,0 72, 92, 102, 119, 
141, 150, 151, 152, 179, 194, 
207, 239, 259, 287., 288, 289, 
290, 293,, 294. 295, 312, 315, 
316, 317, 362., 369, 374, 375, 
3 76, 3 77, 378,, 3 79. 380, 381, 
382, 383, 384, 335^ 386, 387, 
394, 423,, 469,. 472, 473. 474, 
476, 494. 495j 496, 507., 508, 
509, 510- 52 7^ 528, 548, 611, 
616^ 658j, 659, 6 72, 677, 700, 
701.. 705, 707,, 713, 714, 715, 
731, 733, 734, 752, 761^, 762, 
779, 862., 918, 982, 983, 984, 
1067, 1181( 1182, 1200, 1202, 
1224.. 1225, 1245, 1268, 12 70, 
1304, 1305, 1311, 1312, 1330, 
1331, 1332., 1333., 1334^ 1335, 
1336, 133 7, 1340., 1359 

Fall River, IVhss:., 10., 23, 24, 89, 

■ 136, 189j 253^, 254, 255, 451, 

469, 472, 473;, 474;, 476, 527, 

528, 556., 731., 902, 910, 996, 

■ 1194, 12 70, 1272, 12 73, 12 74, 

1330 

Falmouth, Mxss,,, 25, 48, 79, 116, 
144, 152, 154, 181, 184, 207, 
233, 234, 297, 302, 303, 388, 
527, 528, 621, 658, 659, 6?u, 
697, 698, 719, 751, 830, 917, 
1072, 1108., 1109, 1110, 1159, 
1182, 1257, 1331, 1332, 1333, 
1335, 1336, 1337 

Falmouth, Me., 270 

Fayal, Azores, 1359 

Fernandina, Fine, 113 

Pernandinoj Fla., 239, 1028 

Fireplace., N. Y,, 375, 376 

Fitchburg., Ifcss»,, 765, 978 

Florida - See Fernandina, Pernan- 
dino; Jacksonville, Key West, 
Milton 

Fort Plain, N. Yc, 494, 495 



Foxboro, Miuss., 102, 103, 1035 
France, 243 
Franlclin, Me., 120 
Freeport, Me., 393 
Freetown, 1/hss., 1312 
Funchal, I'foderia Islands, 1298 



Galveston, Texas, 628 

Gardiner, Me,, 269 

Gardner^ !.£)►., 756 

Georgetown, Do Ca, 563 

Georgeto-wn, Ms,^ 989 

Geori^etownf, Sc Co>. 1101 

Georgia - Seo Brunsvirick, Savannah 

Gemany - See EJsfleth 

Gloucester., Ifess-,,, 2j, 8^ 46, 81, 
96,, 128. 152, 133,, 183. 235, 
282. 323; 3'^3,. 392^; 422, 438, 
526,, 57O5 593, 612, 6 78,, 800,' 
8X1, 8 77, 89"^ 1029.. 10643 
10-^4,, 11; 8,, 1183, 1239, 12 79, 
1296,, 1299. 

Goreo Is .landj. 956 

Gorha,m,n Mcc, 2 73 

Goshen. K-. J,, 398 

Gosnoid, Massoi 17,, 18, 19, 20, 21, 
22, 23, 24^ 25, 26 j. 2 7, 28, 40, 
41, 42, 86, 87., 95^ 12S., 124, 
135, 136, 137^, 138, 139, 159, 
163, 182, 184, 250, 251, 252, 
253., 254, 255, 262, 263, 264, 
o35,„ 336, 418., 447, 465, 466, 
467, 525, 541, 618, 619, 650, 
651s 669., 670, 671, 675, 703,- 
704, 705, 723, 738., 740, 748, 
749, 750, 751, 752, 753, 765,' 
766, 767, 785, 786, 791, 794, 
795, 796, 843,' 888, 902, 903, 
904, 905, 906, 907, 915, 938, 
939, 940.. 941, 1050, 1068, 
1069; 10 70^, 1135, 1136, 1145, 
1146, 1190, 1191, 1192, 1193, 
1194, 1199., 1214, 1215, 1217, 
1218., 1219,. 1220, 1221, 1247, 
1255, 1256, 1257, 1263, 1264, 
1286, 1310, 1362,- 1363 

Greenwich, Conner, 642 

Groton, Conn., 175, 460, 898 

Groton, fcss., 1195 



Eackensack, N. Jo, 322 



2?.9 



Himpden, Me,, 345 
Hancock, Me,, 131, 313 
Harrington, Me., 757 
Hartford, Conn., 90, 1151 
Harvrich, Mass., 16, 47, 163, 318, 

357, 556, 586, 718, 768, 798, 
'809, 960, 1076, 1077, 1079, 

1143, 1296, 1297, 1298 
Hawaiian, Islands - See Honolulu 
Hinsdale, Ifess., 370 
Honolulu, H. I., 701 
Hudson Bay - See Rowes Welcome 
Hudson Bay, 463 
Hyannis, Jfess., 248, 520, 659, 

842, 1114 



Illinois - See Chicago, La Fox, 

Springfield j 

Indian Ocean - See IMhe, lilauritius '. 

Iowa, 1196, 1197 [ 

Island of Maico, Cape Verde Islands, 
555 

Island of Miquelon, 406 

Isleboro, Me., 961 



Jacksonville, Fla,, 646, 1114 
Jamaica Plain, J/kss., 756 
Japan - See Yokohama 
Jersey City, H. J., 29, 269, 346, 

366, 504, 756, 1320 
Johnston Islands, 62 7 



Kansas City, Mo., 90 

Kennebunk, Me., 47, 158, 339, 7Q'6, 

1208 
Key West, Fla., 88 7 
Kingston, Mbss,, 1121 
Kittery, Me., 477, 973 



LaFox, 111., 900, 901 
Lakeville, Mass., 1359 
Lawrence, Mass., 3 71, 756, 975 
Lewi st on. Me., 346, 3 71 
Lincolnville, Me., 540, 482 
Little Compton, R. I., 48, 233,234, 
368, 630, 631, 632, 633, 747, 
748, 759, 760, 373, 389, 1162, 



1163, 1164, 1166, 1185, 1186, 

1366 
Little Fish Bay, 1055 
Lores, Dutch East Indies, 832 
Louisiana - See Kew Orleans 
Lowell, I/lass., 141, 527, 528, 785, 

786, 794, 795, 796, 1055 
Lynn, Lfess., 371, 558, 756 



Machias, Me., 564, 770, 1300 

liichiasport. Me., 797 

Maderia Islands - See Funchal 

'Madison, Conn., 505, 642 

Ivkhe, Indian Ocean, 1165 

Ifeine - See Abselson, Applet on 
Arrows ic. Auburn, Augusta, 
Bangor, Bath, Belfast, Blue- 
hill, Columbia, Cutler, Deer- 
ing. Deer Isle, East Liming- 
ton, Eastport, Ellsworth, 
Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, 
Brewer, Brooklin, Brunswick, 
Bucksport, Calais, Camden, 
Cape Elizabeth, Castine, 
Falmouth, Franklin, Free- 
port, Gardiner, Gardner, 
Georgetown, Gorham, Hampden, 
Hancock, Harrington, Isle- 
boro, Kennebunk, Kittery, 
Lewiston, Lincolnville, 
Machias, Machiasport, Mill- 
bridge, Newcastle, Orrington, 
Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, 
Phillips, Phippsburg, Port- 
Land, Riclimond, Robbinston, 
Rockland, Saco, Scarboro, 
Searsport, Sedgewick, Sidney, 
South Berwick, South Thomas- 
ton, South West Harbor, St. 
George, Stockton, Stockton 
Springs, Sullivan, Surry, 
Sydney, '■'■homaston, Topsham, 
Union, Vinalhaven, Waldoboro, 
Warren, West Bath, West Scar- 
bore, Wintersport, Wiscasset, 
Woolwich, Yarmouth, York 

I&lden, }Jhss,f 183, 10 76 

Manchester, Ifass., 63 

I&nsfield, Ifess., 52 7, 528, 658 
659 

Iferion, Ifess., 65, 66, 67, 68, 
69, 70, 71, 72, 92, 249, 287, 
208, 289, 290, 291, 292, 346, 



4133, 469, 472, 475, 476, 
520, 538, 539, 591, 592, 
717, 1045, 1089, 1094, 
1095, 1098, 1135, 1136, 
1331, 1332, 1333, 1334, 
1335, 1336, 133 7, 1349, 
Warslifield, Mass., 4b4 
Iiiiryland - See Baltinore, Cam- 
bridge, Oris field. Snow Hill 
Ifessachuaetts - See Acushnat 

Aiidover, Assonet, Attleboro, 
Barnstable, Berkley, Berlin, 
Beverly, Beverly Farras, uoston. 
Bourne, Braintree, Bridj^ev/ater, 
Brighton, Brockton, Brookline, 
Cambridge, Caiabridgeport, Can- 
ton, Cape Cod, Cape Fullerton, 
Carver, Charlesto-v'm, Chatham, 
Chelsea, Chilraark, Cohasset, 
Cuttyhunk, Dartmouth, Del- 
aware, Dennis, Dighton, Dor- 
chester, Duxbury, East Brain- 
tree, East Falmouth, Eastham, 
Easton, East Wareham, Edgar- 
town, Essex, Everett, Fair- 
haven, Fall River, Falmouth> 
Fitchburg, Foxboro, Free- 
town, Gloucester, Gosnold, 
HarviTich, Hinsdale, Hyannis, 
Jaiaaica Plain, Kingston, 
■ Lakeville, Lawrence, Lo-.Tell, 
Lynn, Ifelden> I&nchester, 
Jiansfield, Iferion, I'fersh- 
field, Iifettapoisett, Med- 
ford, Melrose, Iliddleboro, 
Middleborough, Itfilton, Ivlon- 
ument Beach, Nantucket, B'au- , 
shon, New Bedford, Nevfbury, 
Kevjburyport, Le-^ton, Kobscot, ; 
IJorth Adaras, North Attic- \ 

boro, North Dartmouth, iiorth 
Easton, North Falmouth> On- ] 

set. Orange, Orleans, Pembroke, j 
Plymouthi Pocasset, Province-. ^ 
tovm, Quincy, Randolph, Ro~ | 

Chester, Rockland, Rockportj i 

Pi.oxbury, Salem, Salisbury, 
So.ndwich, ■^augus, Scituate, 
Somerset, Somervillo, South 
Dartmouth, South Dennis, South 
Scituate, South Yarmouth, 
Spencer, St. Helena, Tatmton, 
Truro, Vineyard Haven, lYake- 
field, Walt ham, Wareham, 
Wellfleet, VlTenliam, Westboro, 
Vfest Bridgewater, V/est 



?30 

Cambridge, West Falmouth, 
West Nevrton, Westport, West 
Roxbury, West Tisbury, West 
Yarmouth, Weymouth, Wor- 
cester, Yarmouth 

Ivfeittapoisett, llhss», 17, 18, 73, 

152, 153, 2.54, 300, 469, 472, , 
473, 474, 476, 485, 486, 583, 
641, 939, 984, 1089, 1094, 
1095, 1098, 1150, 1160, 1172, 
1173, 1242, 1256, 1502, 1336, 

I'/kur ice town, W* J. , 1131 

14iuritius, Indian Ocean,- 112 

Mayo, Cape Verde Islands, 1345 

Meadville, Pa., 176, 899 

Medford, Ivkss., 233, 341, 347 

I/felrose, l.lass., 36 7, 756 

Michigan - See Ann Arbor, Benton 
Harbor 

Middleboro, 175 

Mddleborough, 520, 581, 957, 966, 
1055, 1311, 1312 

Middletovm,' Conn., 32 7, 1151, 

Milford, Del.-, 481 

Millbridge,, Me., 345 

Milton, Del,, 2 75 

Miltony Pla., 18 7 

Milton, Mass., 90, 504> 907, 903 

Minneapolis, Minn*, 345 

Minnesota - See Minneapolis, St. 
Paul 

Missouri - See Kansas City, St, 
Louis 

Mobile, Ala*, 756 

Monument Beach, Mass., 798 

Mount Vernon, IJ. Y. , 346, 1304 
1305 

Mystic, Conn*, 1301 



Nantucket, Ltss,, 32, 92, 93, 250, 
251, 312, 412, 588, 605, 606, 
739, 819, 820, 824, 880, 911, 
915, 923, 936, 937, 960, llb2, 
1167, 1168, 1268, 1295, 1562, 
1363, 

Nashua, N. H., 558, 628, 658, 659, 
681, 1184, 1249 

Naugatuck, Conn., 1233 

Naushon, fess., 861 

Nev/ark, H. J., 248, 701, 751, 1067, 
10 73, 1301 

New Brunswick, K, J., 1114 

Newbury, fhss., 302 

Nevfburyport, L'lass*, 95, 694, 798, 
1341 



Newcastle, I'e., 61, 90 

:iev7 Hampshire - See Berlin, 

Clareivioiit , Concord, Dover, 
Nashua, Nevf London, Torts- 
mouth , Rye, 

New Haven, Conn., l?-:., ?56, 372, 

^05, 565, 567, 642, 896, 1144, 
1233 

New Jsrsey - See Atlantic City, 
Payoniie. Beliaar, Beverly, 
Pridgexon, Camden, Cape I'ay, 
Cape Kay County, Cuiiib erland , 
County, j;liza'b3th, Goshen, 
hack en sack, Jersey City, 
FauricetOT-m, Fei'iark, NevJ 
BrunsTTicl;, Perth .•':--bo3r, Fetor- 
sburg, Trenton, Vinoland 

Ngt! Jersey, c?5, £35, 1088 



Nn'-' London, Conn.. , Hi 



40[ 



460, ':':G1, 46?, 465, 504, 505, 
bl2, 613, 683, 684, jBB, 686, 
812, 913, 994, 101?, 1098, 
1117, 1200, 128C, 

Now London, P. H. , 681 

Tew Orleans, La., 558 

Noi'rport , Del,, 833 

Ncr-port, 1.. I., 73, 7 1-, 75, I.SO, 

331, 363, 370, 609, 636, 717, 
769, 953, 1035, 1045, ll':5, 
1156,3,162, 1163, ' ' r.' , 1311, 
.1312, 1323 

Ket.'port News, "Va., 31, 187, 

Nevj Suffolk, N. Y. , 731 

Newton, Fass., 4?5, 1076, 1129 

Nev/ton, Conn.. , 123" 

NexT York - See Amsterdam, Auburn, 
BaldiTinsville, Binghoiiipton, 
Brookhaven, Brookljni, Buf- 
falo, Church Point, Coopers 
Point, Firepla.ce, Fort Plain, 
Fount Vernon, Nott Suffolk, 
New York, Nj^'ack, Osvrego, lat- 
choguc, relhsm, Pelhcri j'anor. 
Port Jefferson, liverhaed. 
Sag Hcrbor, Saugerties, Sin- 
clairville , Southampton, 
South Havjn, Stony Brook, 
Tarrytorin, Utic. , Vir'rinia, 
City 

Few York, V. Y. , i:, 17, '^S , ■:0 , 
•'-1 '5 ''3 ''-O 3? 83 90 
94, 93, 102, 112, 113, 119, 
135, 136, 154, 158, 159, 160, 
161, 135, 192, 194, 199, 203, 
233, 2.::2, 243, 250, 2S9, 270, 
276, 236, 502, 305, 304, 310 



, 338, 


340, 


, 36b, 


367, 


, 376, 


377, 


, 428, 


429, 


, 434 


448 


, 511 


527, 


, 575 


580, 


, 501 


602, 


, 623 


524, 


, 668 


672, 


, 742 


747, 


, 736 


, VS7, 


, 868 


, 890, 


, 945 


, 957, 


, 991 


, 1064, 



;31 



311, 315, 32", 329 J 

345, 349, 358, 362, 

369, 370, 371, 372, 

378, 402, 409, 423, 

430, 431, 432, 433, 

451, 460, 504, 505, 

541, 558, 564, r.6l 

585, 532, 593, 598, 

604, 605, 614, 6' 

643, 644, 6b3, 5...7. 

700, 719, 720, 725, 

748,, 756, 761, 763, 

798, 799, 843, 

391, 911, 930, 934, 

953, 969, 970, 974, 

1076, 1031, 1113, 1114, 1121, 

1125, 1129, 1130, 1166, 1188, 

1184,1196,1212, 1217, 1247, 

1252, 1253, 1294,1301, 1310, 

1320, 1326, 1327, 1328, 1339, 

1557, 1360, 1362 
Few York State, 632, 
Nobscot, Fass., 731, 732 
Nome, Alaska, 107 
Norfolk, Va., 31, 137 
Forth Adar\s, Fass,, 269, 760 
Forth Attleboro, I'.ass. , 141, 414, 
415, 416, 527, 528, 758, 766, 
767, 785, 786, 844, 894, 1061, 
1135,1136, 1247, 1263, 1264, 
Forth Branfor-1, Conn., 642 
North Dartmouth, klass., 134 
North fasten, F.ass., 842 
North Falmouth, Fass., 24, 726 
Non'?ich:,.Coni:. , Sl.l., 1115 
Nyack, N. Y. , 135 



Oakland, Calif., 431, 432, 433, 
511, 844, 1293 

Ohio - ioe Cleveland, Toledo 

Onset, ras:,., 15, 16, 98, 99, 

Oran-e, N. J., 601, 602 

Oregon -- See Portland 

Orleans, Fass., 148, 149, 150, 

151, 305, 306, 307, 343, 697, 
698, 699, 734, 735, 736, 737, 
1137, 115 i, 1157, 1158, 1159, 
1160, 1314, 1315, 1316, 1317, 

Orrinpton, Fe. , 345, 1324 

Osweco, F, Y., 670 

Orford, ra., 4b0 



Fassamaquoddy, Fg., 1322 



232 



Patchogue, lie Y. , 1295 

Paw-jf-cket, R, I., 269, 1055, 1296 

Pelh?m, M. Y*, 843 

Pelham Tfenor, N. Ys, 786 

Pemba Islaudj east coast of Africa 
888 

Pembroke, Mass., 162 

Pennsylvania - See Bristol, Chester, 
Meadville, Oxford, Philadelphia 

Penobscot, l/ie^, 191 

Perth Amboy... N. J., 269^ 346, 504, 
756, 108 7 

Peru - See luraberg 

Petersburg, K. J., 1088 

Philadelphia, Pa,= , 47, 48, 81, 90, 
12 7, 174, 249- 269, 2 75, 2 76, 
2 77, 338, 346^ 347,, 361, 36 7, 
• 398, 409,, 481... 601, 623, 625, 
626, 732, 756. 797, 835, 944, 
957, 963, 1066, 1088, 1131, 
1237, 1349, 1358 

Phillips, Me,, 164, 165 

Phippsburg, Me., 346, 520, 797 

Phoenix, Ariz.* 1066 

Plymouth, Iifoss., 703, 704, 705, 1066, 
1331 

Pocasaet, Ifess., 431, 668, 669, 
681, 769, 1202, 1203 

Point Barrow, Alaska, 1329 

Pomfret, Conn., 233, 234 

Port Jefferson, N. Yo, 610 

Portland, Gonn#, 45 

Poi'tland, Me,, 90, 141, 158, 2 76, 
408, 506, 557, 568, 797, 864, 
1066, 1094^ 1095, 1098, 1145, 
1279, 1280, 1281 

Portland, Ore,, 511, 585, 957 

Portsmouth, N. Ho, 44, 78, 477, 
557, 657 

Portsmouth, R. I,, 226, 22 7 

Providence, R. I., 2, 16, 125, 17^, 
269, 284, 319, 323, 325, 326, 
329, 346, 356, 370, 384, 385, 
400, 401, 407, 422, 426, 455, 
456, 504, 52 7, 528, 565, 569, 
572, 599, 628, 678, 679, 680, 
798, 806, 807, 810, 816, 841, 
8 79, 92 7, 954, 1059, 1060, 
1075, 1126, 1147, 1154, 1238, 
1311, 1312, 1351, 1361, 1368, 
1369 

Provinoetown, Mass., 56, 116, 129, 
130, 244, 24 7, 260, 2 76, 278, 
287, 296, 338, 350, 389, 399, 
423, 424, 434, 449, 554, 690, 
691, 702, 757, 758, 778, 828, 
836, 837, 943, 956, 997, 1089, 
1094, 1095, 1098, 1188, 1204, 
1223, 1270, 1282, 1288, 1308, 



1309, 1341, 1346 

Quincy, I/kss., 78, 558, 1081, 
1130 

Randolphj, Jfass., 719 

Reedville, Va., 269, 756 

Rhode Island •* See Adams vi lie, 
Bristol., Central Falls, 
Little Compton> Newport, 
Pavrtucket, Portsmouth, 
Providence, Tiverton, Valley 
Falls, Warren, Westerly 

Richmond, Me,, 90 

Richjuond, Va., 269, 319, 680 

Riverhead, N, Y», 610 

Robbinston, Me., 1 

Rochester, teiss., 10, 70, 71, 
72, 91, 110, 114, 121, 162, 
200, 251, 252, 271, 285, 
301, 319, 3 74, 538, 539, 
681, 1331, 1333, 1334, 1335, 
1336, 1337. 

Rockland, Miss,, 89 

Rockland, Me., 77, 249, 268, 

3 71, 464, 577, 825, 989, 1320 

Rockport, Llass., 3.46 

Rowes Welcome, Hudson Bay, 328 

Roxbury, Mass., 409, 441 

Rye, N. H., 477 

Saco, Meo, 334, 618 

Sag flarbor, N. Y., 175 

Salem, i&ss,, 147, 348, 402, 542, 
599, 944, 1127, 1249 

Salisbury, Ifcss,, 278 

Sandwich, I&ss,, 367, 676, 681, 
733, 734, 735, 936, 937, 963, 
964, 974, 975, 1134, 120 7, 
1331, 1332 

San Francisco, Calif., 38, 39, 90, 
91, 107, 108, 139, 199, 207, 
255, 326, 369, 402, 417, 441, 
489, 578, 585, 607, 629, 630, 
631, 632, 633, 673, 689, 808, 
822, 844, 868, 875, 886, 929, 
953, 1002, 1034, 1175, 1304. 

Santiago, Cape Verde Islands, 337 

Saugerties, N, Y., 269 

Saugus, Mass., 756 

Savannah, Ga,, 472, 474, 765 

Scarboro, Me,, 280 

Scituate, JVhss., 32, 116, 601, 
602 

Searsport, Me., 5, 142, 241, 450 

Seattle, Wash», 957 

Sedgewick, Me., 716, 1355 

Sidney, Me., 1364, 1365 

Sinclairville, N. Y., 174 

Sncw Hill, Md., 696 



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Somerset, J/feiss., 89, 370 
Somer/ille;: ifoss., 276, 338, £19 

55S, 5685 701, 1346 
Southa.iipton. N. Y., 93, 6 71 
' outr Bei^j-ick, Me,, 477 
Coubh Co.ro]. ina - See Charles boa, 

r^eorgetcTrti 
."^outn DL'Lrtmcuth, Iviiss,, 21j., ?18, 

2G0, 261,, 527, 528, 6'Jl, -^31 
South DenniG,, Llass,, 47, 53, 318, 

435, 507, 586, 718, 768, 809, 

86 7, 996, 1125, 1143, 1248 
South Haven,, N. Y., 423 
South Scituate, lifeiss,, 1121 
South Thomaaton, Me», 1320 
South West Harbor, Lfe., 240, 1278 
South Yarmouth, I;4iss., 447 
Spencer, Ivi.ss.^ 1303 
Springfield, 111., 529, 530, 531 
Stafford, Conn., 90 
Stamford, Conn., 30, 406, 479 
St, George, Me., 249, 799 
St. Helena, tfess., 424, 425, 

805 
St. Louis, Mo., 338 
St. Nicholas, Cape Verde Islands, 

440 
Stockton, Me., 338 
Stockton Springs, Me,,' 31 
Stonington, Conn,, 109, 245, 403, 

459, 461, 462, 1152, 1205 
Stony Brook, N. Y., 614 
St. Paul, Minn., 731, 1364, 1365, 

1366 
St. Vincent, Cape Verde Islands, 

119, 146, 356 
Sullivan, Me., 1066 
Surry, Me,, 518 
Sydney, Me., 865, 1366 



Tarafal, St. Nicholas, Cape Verde 

Islands, 1029 
Tarrytown, N. Y., 578, 579 
Taunton, ..iiss., 12, 13, 82, 83, 

89, 259i 556, 683, 684, 685, 

686, 687, 688, 1149 
Teneriffe, Canary Islands, 4 
T*rre del Piego - See Basket 

Is land 
Terrell, Texas, 261 
Texas - See Gnlveaton, Terrell 
Thomaston, Me., 78, 764, 1313, 

1320 
Tisbury, Ivhss., 35, 40, 41, 42, 43, 

106, 307, 322, 581, 654, 667, 



233 



668,669,670,719, 720, 721, 
802, 803, 804, 867, 922, 932, 
933, 958, 1082, 1137, 1138, 
1201, 1212, 1213, 1215, 1216, 
1217, 1218, 1219, 1220, 1221, 
1263, 

Tiverton, R. lo, 92, 368, 697j, 
698, 1155, 1156, 1157, 1158, 
1159, 1160 

Togo, Cape Verde Islands, 770 

Toledo, 0., 346 

Tops ham. Me . , 585 

Trenton, Me., 240 

Truro, liass,, 338 

Tumberg, Perui 76 7 



Union, Me,, 799 
Utican, N. Y. , 744, 745 



Valley Falls, R, I., 93, 1327, 
1328 

Valpariso, Chile, 715, 920 

Vinalhaven, Me., 268 

Vineyard Haven, Mass., 2 73, 2 74, 
608, 1252 

Virginia - See Newport News, 
Norfolk, Reodville, Rich- 
mond 

Virginia City, Nov., 844 



Vfokefiold, Liass*, 78 

Tfeldoboro, Me,, 148, 249, 799 

Vv'l Itham, liass., 756 

w7 reham, i'ilass.;, 66, 70, 71, 72, 
81, 109, 205, 240, 355, 
443, 520, 538, 575, 576, 
609, 658, 659, 681, 742, 
743, 744, 745, 842, 1131, 
1147, 1148, 1235, 1296, 
1297, 133 7 

Warren, Me., 1320 

Warren, R. I., 1179, 1180, 1243 

Washington - See Bellingham, 
Seattle 

Tfcshington, D. C., 2 76, 505 

Waterbury, Conn., 957, 1233 

Watertown, Conn., 285 

Wellfleet, Mass.,, 2 76, 558, 1249, 
1311 

V/cnham, Mass., 147, 542, 1262 

V/est Bath, Mo., 90 



234 



'Testboro, Jiass., 584, 385 > 386 
West Bricl.q;e'-ro.-fccr, Mt'.ss., 1046 
'Test C'unbridgo, IvTsss., S56, 937 
^Testo:;lv, H. I., 269, 369 
"■"est FaLnOM.th, Ilass., ?01, 36S, 

lOdCi 
'■"est KoTftoii, JSss., 680, 727 
TJostport, I'rss., 102, 103, 10^:, 
214, 28C, GOP, 30 J, 30^, 350 
362, 368, 4113, 467, 469, 472 
473, 474, 476, 492, ■^-93, r-23 
553, 543, 544, 5-^5, 579, TGI 
647, 648, 667, 677, 6:^: 
691, 692, 719, 7'"5, 75'': 
780, 781, 732, 794, 795 
807, 829, 830, 8<.7, 851 
853, 854, 855, 856, 857 
903, 948, 979, 950, 931 
1034, 1035, 10£0, 1089, 
1095, 1098, 1155, 1156, 1162 
1163, 1187, 1270, 1"72, 1273 
1274, 1275, 1275, 1319, 1527 



687 
767 
806 



103 
1094 



YJest Roxbury, Ilaos., 611 

TJest Scarboro, Me,, 90 

'.Test Tisbury, ilass. , 128, 928, 

929, 941, 1166 
■Test Yariuouth, I'ess., 511 
ITethersfield, Conn., 4-42 
'Teytr.outh, Ilass., 84 
V'iL'iington, Del., 277, 835 
"Tintersport , lie., 345, 1248 
'7 i s ca e s et , Me . , 524 
w'colwich, lie. , 421 
■Torccster, liass, , 51, 52, 548, 

807 



Yarmouth, Mass., 305, 306, 504, 520, 

1075, 1137, 1143 
Yari-'iouth, I.e., 2'^-2 
y'okohar.ia, Japan, 746 
Yorl:, J'e. , 44 



Sanzibar, 883 



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