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Newfoundland Fishermen Lost at Sea

DateName / ageVesselCircumstancesAdded Info
1867Augustus DagleJohn W.Lowesailed and never heard fromformerly of Newfoundland, unmarried
1867Henry KappinJohn W.Lowesailed and never heard fromformerly of Newfoundland, unmarried
1872? O'BrienGeorge O. Hovey lost overboardnative of Newfoundland, unmarried
1873Peter Flynn,William J. Dalelost?a native of Newfoundland
1883Thomas WelchGrace L. Fearsfrozen to death when lost in the fog from sch. off BurgeoNewfoundland
1883Peter Wilson
22 yrs
Seth Stockbridgewashed overboard from sch. on Georges haddocking tripnative of Nfld
1885Richard GaulSolomon Poolelost upon Grand Bank, of Newfoundland probably in the heavy gale of Februarysingle
1885Michael DawerSolomon Poolelost upon Grand Bank, of Newfoundland probably in the heavy gale of Februarysingle
1886Thomas McDonaldGeorge L. Smithsailed August 14 1886 and was not seen after the 21stnative of St. Johns, Nfld, single
1887James RossiterWilliam Parsons 2nd sailed for Georges and was never heard fromnative of Newfoundland, master, left widow and two children
1887Michael Hurley,William Parsons 2nd sailed for Georges and was never heard fromnative of Newfoundland, widow and two children
1887Francis O'Brien,William Parsons 2nd sailed for Georges and was never heard fromnative of Newfoundland
1888Ambrose WiseJoseph O.The sch. left port November 13, 1888 for a Georges trip, since which time no tidings from her have been receivedborn St. Johns N.F.
1888Bernard Tobin,Joseph O.The sch. left port November 13, 1888 for a Georges trip, since which time no tidings from her have been receivedborn St. Johns, N.F. had been in the U. S. Navy during the Civil War
1888Richard Sedward,Joseph O.The sch. left port November 13, 1888 for a Georges trip, since which time no tidings from her have been receiveda native of Placentia Bay, N.F.
1888Michael Kevany,Joseph O.The sch. left port November 13, 1888 for a Georges trip, since which time no tidings from her have been receiveda native of St. Johns, N.F.
1888Joseph Maliss,Joseph O.The sch. left port November 13, 1888 for a Georges trip, since which time no tidings from her have been receiveda native of Newfoundland, who was shipped just as the vessel sailed
1888Peter Hanson,Joseph O.The sch. left port November 13, 1888 for a Georges trip, since which time no tidings from her have been receiveda native of Newfoundland
1890
January
John Gilbert,Mary A. Clark,
Schooner
one of two of the crew of sch were drowned by the capsizing of their dory on the banks.native of Belloram, NFLD
1890Robert Stagg,Anna H. Frye,was washed overboard and drowned on the passage to Grand Manan.He was a native of the West of England and left a widow and three children in Newfoundland
1890James Lahey
and
Sylvester Hafey
A. R. Crittenden Schoonerwere lost from their dory from sch in a snow storm on the Western Bank.They were young men, unmarried, and natives of St. John's, N. F.
DecemberGeorge Buffett,Fred P. Frye
Schooner
washed overboard from sch and drowneda native of Fortune Bay, N. F.
1891Patrick Walsh,
26yrs
William D.Daisleyfoundered in one of the severe December gales on the coastbelongs in Newfoundland
1891Barnard Moore,
26 yrs
Hustler,disappeared in Boston and is supposed to have fallen overboard from the Eastern avenue wharf and drowned. A body said to be his was found in the dock.a native of Ferryman, Nfld
1891John JudgeHoward Holbrookwas washed from the flying-jibboom of sch. on the Banks and drownedunmarried, a native of Placentia Bay, Nfld
1891William MeadEmma M. Dyerhit by staysail sheet and knocked overboard from sch. at Flemish Cap and drownednative of Placentia Bay, Nfld
1893
January
Michael Morrison,
34 yrs
Willie M. Stevens, Schoonerdisappeared at St. Pierre, Miq. and supposed to have been drowned;a native of Newfoundland
 Abraham Smith,
23 yrs
Magnoliawas lost overboard from sch. at Fortune Bay, N. F.unmarried a native of Placentia Bay, N. F.
1893
May
James FitzpatrickOliver Wendall Holmes Schoonerwent astray in dory from sch.of Newfoundland
1893
June
Patrick Powers,
20 yrs and
Michael Tubrert,
Senator Frye Schoonertwo of the crew of sch. floundered on Grand Bank by overloading their dorynative of Belle Isle, Conception Bay, N. F., native of Hollywood, Conception Bay, N. F., Mathew, brother to P.Powers was lost in 1901, when the "Lolanthe" was lost. His other brother Thomas was lost with the "Fame" in 1908.
1893
August
Charles Bushing,Harry G. French Schooner washed overboard from sch. on Banquereau, and was drowneda native of Harbor Bouche, N. F, married
1894Angus Vickers,
35 yrs
Cecil H. Low Schooner washed overboard and drowned.native of Whittaker's Cove, N. F., unmarried.
1894James Mansfield,
35
Richard C. Steele Schooner washed overboard about four miles southeast of Highland Light and drowned a native of Newfoundland unmarried
1894Levi Buckley,
21
Hazel Oneita Schoonerfell overboard from sch. while was securing the riding sail and drowned.a native of Carbonear, single
1894 28thJohn Doyle,
29
Fortuna on Le Have Bank Schooner native of Bay Bull's, N. F., was capsized in a dory from schooner After clinging to the dory for three hours he was compelled by exhaustion to loose his hold, and was drowned. His dorymate, Michael McCoady, was rescued by his shipmates an hour later, having succeeded in righting the dory, which was provided with air tanks.
1894
October
Edward Taylor,
20 yrs
Sarah E.Lee Schoonerdrowned by overloading a dory from schnative of Carbonear, N. F., unmarried
1894
October
Samuel Brewster,
25 yrs
Nellie G. Thurston Schoonersick from sch., landed at Louisburg C. B, where he died native of Burin, N. F.,
1894John GregoryAmbrose H. Knightsailed on an Iceland trip March 12, 1894 and was never heard from afterwardsa native of Newfoundland
1894James Hanley
and
Patrick Londrigan.
ResoluteThe men went out to haul their trawls and all the dories came back excepting the one containing themBoth men were unmarried and belonged in Newfoundland
1894Edward TaylorSarah E.Leewas drowned by the sinking of a dorynative of Newfoundland but had lately been living in Nova Scotia; unmarried
1894John ClarkRobert J. Edwardsfloundered in galesingle, a native of Carbonear, Nfld.
 Edward O'Brien,Robert J. Edwardsfloundered in galesingle, a native of Carbonear, Nfld.
1894Jordan Harris,
25yrs
FlashShe left port on the morning of January 12 when lost was on a voyage to Newfoundland for a cargo of frozen herring.single, a native of Nfld.
1895 George GrantMildred V. Leelost on Georges in a February galenative of Burgeo, Newfoundland, unmarried
1895Thomas Williams,Mildred V. Leelost on Georges in a February gale native of Bay Bulls, N. F., brother to Richard, unmarried
1895Richard Williams,Mildred V. Leelost on Georges in a February galeBay Bulls, N. F. brother to Thomas, unmarried
1895Patrick Faha,Mildred V. Leelost on Georges in a February galenative of Furmose, Newfoundland, unmarried
1895Michael Connelly,Mildred V. Leelost on Georges in a February galenative of Toad's Cove, Newfoundland, single
1895Lawrence King,Mildred V. Leelost on Georges in a February gale native of St. Mary's, Newfoundland, unmarried
1895Fenwick Williams,Mildred V. Leelost on Georges in a February galenative of Bay Bulls, Newfoundland, unmarried
1895John Carey,Mildred V. Leelost on Georges in a February gale native of Witless Bay, Newfoundland, unmarried
1895Arthur Burns,
30yrs
Samuel V.Colbylost in an early February gale 1895 while on the passage home from Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, with a cargo of frozen herring.native of Fortune Bay, Newfoundland
1895Ambrose Bennett,
17 yrs
Samuel V.Colbylost in an early February gale 1895 while on the passage home from Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, with a cargo of frozen herring.a native of St. John's N. F.
1895Michael RyanJohn W. Braysailed on a Georges trip November 19 and probably lost in the gale of December 12, 1895 nothing being heard from her after leaving port.native of Newfoundland
1896John ParkerFortunarun down and sunk off Cape cod by steamer Barnstable, January 13, 1896, the vessel sinking in four minutes. native of Newfoundland
1896Thomas Fraser,
28 yrs and
William Carey,
25 yrs
?capsized on Baealieu Bank from schleft a widow and three children belonged at Witless Bay, Nfld
1896Albert Day,
28 yrs and
James May,
29 yrs
Edith M. Priorsch. capsized in their dory while visiting their trawls on Grand Banks and drowned.native of Newfoundland
1896Thomas McRaeEssex drowned native of Salmonier, N. F.
1897Joseph Rowe
35yrs
John E.McKenziefoundered in galecook, native of Bay Bulls, N. F., leaves widow
1897Angus McIsaac,
30
John E.McKenziefoundered in galenative of Codroy River N. F.
1897Thomas Lynch,
30
John E.McKenziefoundered in galenative of Harbor grace, Nfld
1899Michael Malone
52yrs
Oliver Eldridgewas lost overboard from sch. while outward bound for Georges, about four miles off Eastern Pointnative of St. Johns, Nfld
1899John FayanBen Hurwent astray from sch.on Grand Bank in Juneof St. Mary's Bay, Nfld.
1899Thomas ThompsonBen Hurwent astray from sch.on Grand Bank in Juneof Sable River, Nfld.
1900Henry Lucas,
and
Welch Crowell
Electa A. Eatonstrayed from the vessel in a fog on Quero bank while tending their trawls and were never heard fromnative of Nfld. left a widow and two children, native of Nfld.
1900Daniel McCaferey,
27yrs
Nellie Dixondrowned in Boston by falling overboard while attempting to board sch. at The Wharf native of Nfld.
1900John JoyNereidfound drowned in the dock at Parkhurst's wharfnative of Nfld., single
1900Thomas Hogan
50yrs
TritonThe vessel was struck by a heavy sea and Hogan was washed overboard and drownednative of Nfld.
1901James Cox,
45 yrs
Lolanthesupposed to have been lost in the November gales on Sable Islandnative of Nfld, single
1901Matthew Powers,
30yrs
Lolanthesupposed to have been lost in the November gales on Sable Islandnative of Conception Bay, N. F.
1901William McCreigh,
34yrs
Niagrawashed from the boom of sch. off Capt. Sablesingle, native of Salmonier, N. F.
1901Arthur Flander,
28 yrs
Pintaone of the crew of sch., died in the hospital at Halifax, N. S.single, native of St. Jacques, N. F.,
1901Patrick Tobin,
35 yrs
Golden Rodone of the crew of sch. drowned in Gulf of St. Lawrence, by the capsizing of his dory. His dorymate, Clifford Graham, was rescued being nearly exhausted when taken from the bottom of the dory.single, native of St. Mary's Bay, Nfld
1901John Thomas,
28yrs
Thaliaone of the crew of sch., died at Halifax, from small poxsingle, native of Rose Blane, Nfld
1901Joseph ClarkArthur Binneyone of the crew of sch fell from aloft on board the vessel on Georges, and was instantly killed native of Nfld
1901Thomas Hickey,
22 yrs
Anglo Saxonone of the crew of sch., drowned off Quero Bank by the capsizing of his dory. David Jameson, his dorymate, was rescuedsingle, native of Holyrood, Nfld
1902James Murphy,
30 yrs
Grace OtisHe was drowned yesterday about eight miles east northeast of Boon island, his dory being run down by the vessel and capsized while attempting to pick him upa native of Nfld
1902John K. Holden,
20yrs
Patriotwere lost from sch. on Quero Bank probably by the overloading and capsizing of their dories single native of Cape Norman, Nfld.
1902John J. Elliott,
25yrs
Patriotwere lost from sch. on Quero Bank probably by the overloading and capsizing of their doriessingle, native of Trinity Bay, Nfld
1902Anthony Hall,
30yrs
Alohawashed overboard from sch on the passage from Newfoundlandnative of Codroy Nfld., single
1903Joseph Slavey
and
Oliver Johnson
James R. Clarkwent astray from sch. on Middle Bank, natives of Nfld
1903John Yetman,
25 yrs
Helen F. Whittenkilled by Capt. Frank Woolard on board sch. at Cape Broyle, Nfld, Capt. Woolard was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 16 years imprisonmentnative of St. Mary's Bay, Nfld
1903Henry Fitzpatrick,
35 yrs
Argodrowned on Grand Banks by the capsizing of their dorynative of St. Lawrence, Nfld
1903Michael Doe,
32yrs
Aleinawashed overboard from schsingle, native of Great Placentia, Nfld
1903 William Morgan S. S. Coban

The explosion on board the "Coban" while on her way from St. John's to Montreal on Saturday week last, resulted in the death of three persons, two of them Newfoundlanders. One of them was a William Dawe of Cupids, who left there for Montreal on the steamer. His sudden death is felt at Cupids keenly, where he leaves a wife and two children and especially so, as the body of the unfortunate man was not recovered, it being hurled into the sea by the force of the explosion.

Source of Newspaper article was taken from the "Vindicator" newspaper believed to be from Newfoundland and
provided to me from Robert Parsons.

This information added by:
J Scott: jonahmicah@shaw.ca
19 August 2007

1903Armsworth Thomas,
25 yrs
Glorianadrowned when went ashore May 6 1903 at White Point, near Canso, N. S., while on a Western Bank salt codfishingnative of Nfld, single
1904Ernest Allen
22 yrs
Braganza?native of Newfoundland single.
1907Jacob Sheave,
36 yrs
Margaret Dillonlost off Minot's Light from sch.of Channel, Nfld
1907Frank Boudrot,
50 yrs
? lost off Bacalieu from sch.of Newfoundland
1907Martin Getherell,
30 yrs and
Michael Handrigan,
50 yrs
Frances Whalenare lost from the sch. off Cape Shoreof Nfld
1907Peter Ryan,
45 yrs
John Hays Hammondis lost from the sch. off Liscomb, N.S.of Aquaforte, Nfld
1908Thomas Fahey,
30 yrs
FameCapt. native of Newfoundland, leaves widow and three children in South Boston
1907Michael Carney
20 yrs
Fameboarded in Boston He planned on leaving fishing after this tripnative of Nfld
1907Bernard CashinFameboarded in Boston native of Nfld
1907Benjamin or
Bernard Daley
Fameboarded in Bostonnative of Salmonier, Nfld
1907Thomas StapletonFameboarded in Bostonnative of Nfld
1907James Powers,Fameboarded in Bostonnative of Nfld
1907Thomas.Powers,
of Gloucester
Fame  cousin to James native of Bell island, Conception Bay, Nfld
1907Henry Yetman,Fame native of St. Mary's Bay, Nfld
1908William R. Ballen,
20yrs
Elmer E. Graylost from sch. off Liscomb, N. S.of Conception Bay
1908George Crowell,
36 yrs
Mary E. Webblost from sch., off Thatcher'sof Clark's Harbor
1908Lawrence Kelley,
39yrs
Mysterylost from sch. off Georgesof Nfld
1908Michael Lynch,
33yrs
Cynthialost from sch. off Boon Islanda native of Nfld
1908Patrick Cocoran,
35 yrs and
Michael White,
30yrs
Massachusettsare lost from sch. off St. Peter's Bankboth of Nfld
1908Thomas Whifen,
27yr
Slade Gortonlost from sch. off Newport, R. I.of Nfld
1908Jacob Jennings
or Jenson
MonitorSch.lost off Bacalieuof Harbor Breton, Nfld
1908Vincent Dillon,
27yrs
Senator.lost off Cape Shore from schof Witless Bay, Nfld
1908Edward Fitzpatrick,
30yrs
Conqueror.lost in South Channel from schof Placentia Bay
1908Edward Harding
Samuel Way,
Fred Humphrey,
Dauntlessthree fishermen shipped on board sch. at Bay of Islands for a salt herring trip, and left the schooner in their boat, and were never heard from, their boat having probably foundered, a portion of the rudder being picked up Bay of Islands, Nfld.
1908Joseph Marr,
28yrs, and
Frank Bansfield
30yrs
VeraSch., off Canso, lostboth of Nfld
1910Edward Beck
25yrs
Agneslost from sch. off Portland, Meof Nfld
1910William Parsons,
24yrs
Pet?died having walked off the wharf in the darkness in going aboard his vesselof Conception Bay
1910Richard WalshRob Roywho got astray three weeks ago on Quero Bank, while attending trawls, and have not been heard fromof Nfld.
1910Jeremiah Sutton,
30 yrs
Arethusatwo men were drowned on the Grand banks from sch while attending trawlsHermitage Bay, Nfld single
 Thomas Foley,
30 yrs
Arethusatwo men were drowned on the Grand banks from sch while attending trawlsPlacentia, Nfld single
1911Thomas Barnes,
32 yrs
Yankeewashed overboard from sch. on South Shoalsingle, native of Nfld
1910Patrick Farley,
40 yrs
Robert and Arthurdrowned in South Channel, by the upsetting of their dory.native of Nfld, left widow and four children
1910Thomas Cloak,
45yrs
Robert and Arthurdrowned in South Channel, by the upsetting of their dory.single, native of Nfld
1910Frank Whittle,
34yrs
Buemadrowned in South Channel, by the capsizing of his dorysingle, native of Nfld
1912John Chase,
35yrs
Murielwent astray from sch. in South Channelnative of Nfld, single
1912.Andrew Peddle,
35 yrs
Benjamin A. Smithwent astray from sch. on Cape Sablenative of Nfld, single
1912Patrick Joy,
25 yrs
Benjamin A. Smithwent astray from sch. on Cape Sablesingle, native of Nfld
1912Guy Hebbies
25yrs
Fannie Belle Atwoodwas washed overboard from sch. in South Channelnative of Nfld, single
1912Patrick Keough,
27yrs
Spraywas killed on board the steam trawler by being struck on the head by an iron block strap which fell from aloft.native of Nfld, single
1912Valentine Powers,
52 yrs
 was drowned off Magnolia by the capsizing of his skiffnative of Placentia, N. F., single
1912Thomas Comfort,
50yrs
Reginaone of the crew of sch. was drowned by the capsizing of his dorynative of Nfld left a widow and several children in Pembroke
1912John Smith,
25yrs
Ethel B. Penney went astray from sch. off the Cape Shorenative of St. Jacques, Nfld., single
1913Edward Cox,
30yrs
Ramonawashed overboard from sch.single, native of Bay of Islands, Nfld
1913Charles Furlong,
60yrs
Senator Saulsbury found dead in his bunk,on sch.native of Placentia
1913Joseph Devol,
33 yrs
Monitorwas washed from the main boom and drowned on Grand Bankssingle, native of Nfld
1914William Morrissey,
30yrs
Corona.lost from sch.single, native of Placentia Bay
1914Capt. James McLennon,
27yrs
Avalondied, single, of Placentia, Nfld
1914James Hurley,
34yrs
Ida M. Silvalost from sch.single, native of Nfld
1915Lewis Dix,
23 yrs
Manometlost from sch. single, native of Placentia, Nfld
1915Bernard Curtis,
30yrs
Frances Granebylost from schsingle, native of St. Mary's Bay, Nfld
1915William J. McCarthy,
50yrs
Gov. Fosslost from schmarried, native of Fortune Bay
1916Joseph Daley,
30yrs
Commonwealthlost from schsingle, native of Nfld.
1916Capt. Nathaniel Day
69 yrs
Margaretdied suddenly aboard-suddenly dropped his head and closed his eyes saying not a word-death having been almost instantlyHe was born in Newfoundland He leaves a widow, Mrs. Sarah Day, three sons, John Day, at present "somewhere in France," William of Orrington, Me., and Robert of Somerville; three daughters, Mrs. Wallace J. Tuck of this city, Mrs. Joseph Critchett, Rockport, and Miss Isabel Day of Chelsea; a brother Fred of Chelsea and a sister, Mrs. Emma McCrea of Manitoba
1917Albert Kenney,
30yrs
Catherinefell overboard from sch. off Boston lightshipsingle, native of Bay Bulls, Nfld
1917John O'Brien,
60yrs
Flirtationlost on the passage to Spain from sch.native of Nfld married
1917Capt. Charles Paul,
38yrs
Alice M. Stetson drowned off Cape Cod, by the foundering of sch. in a galemarried, six children, native of Nfld
1917Jack Meany,
33 yrs
 lost from a porgy boat out of Newport, R. I. in Barnstable baysingle, native of Nfld
1917Charles Carbey,
35 yrs
? died at Boston City Hospitalsingle, of Nfld
1918Patrick Fitzpatrick,
42 yrs
Florizellost overboard from schoonersingle, native of Placentia, Nfld
1918Ronald McDonald,
35yrs
Lottie G. Merchant drowned in collision between the schooner and schooner Mary F. Barrett, 18 miles southeast of Monhegansingle, native of Nfld
1918Michael White,
34yrs
Sumervillewashed overboard from schooner on Western banksingle, native of Placentia Bay, Nfld
1918Patrick Powers,
47 yrs
Benjamin A.Smith drownednative of Nfld, leaves a widow and five children resided in Gloucester
1920Michael Green,
43yrs
 lost their lives when their dory swamped off the coast of San Francisco.single, native of St. Lawrence, Nfld
1920Thomas Kenney,
30yrs
Sadie M. Nunanlost from sch single, native of Nfld
1922Mark Gross,
46 yrs
Governor Marshall.lost from sch.single, of Nfld
1922Charles E. King,
42yrs
Pelicanlost from steamersingle, native of Nfld, resident of Rockland, Me
1923James Dobbins
45yrs
Elmer E. Graylost from sch.married, native of Nfld
1923Herbert Blondin,
45 yrs
Elizabeth Howard lostsingle, of Nfld
1923Miles O'Brien,
26 yrs
Elizabeth Howard lostsingle, of Bay of Bulls, Nfld
1924Capt. Andrew J. Kinney
55yrs
Helen E.Murley missingmarried, native of Riverhead, Nfld
1924Patrick Baker,
28 yrs
Helen E.Murley missingof Nfld
1924William Welch,
46 yrs
Helen E.Murley missingof Nfld. The Murley was a rescue ship having rescued four survivors from the fleet of nine fishing schooners sunk by German submarines during the war.
1924Joseph Targett
50yrs
Anita and Bernice L., ship vanished.unmarried of Nfld
1924John Wilcox,
29yrs
Kenoleft Lunenburg December 29 for Bay of Islands, Nfld, foundered and sank with all hands native of Nfld, married to a daughter of the late Charles Oxner, and made his home in Lunenburg
1927Commonwealth
Missing are: in part
Bert Moulton, Newfoundland
Henry Lee, Newfoundland
James Leary, Newfoundland
Leo Powers, Newfoundland
William Enos, Newfoundland
Thomas Christopher, Newfoundland
1941Thomas I. Moulton,
48yrs
Mary E.O'HaraDory sank cook, formerly of Nfld, left widow and five children
 John Sheen,
42 yrs
Mary E.O'HaraDory sank a native of Bay of Bulls, Nfld. left widow and one two year old son of Gloucester
October 2, 1974 Michael Cabot (25 yrs, 11 Months) was lost at sea while working on the MV Labrador Foam out of L'anse Au Loup, NL.
He left to morn a wife and five small children. The tragic event happened on his last trip for the year
while fishing off Black Tickle, NL.
Sid Hatcher at sailor15@gmail.com
May 8, 1976

Wayne Cliftus Hatcher, Born Jan 8, 1952, Lost at sea May 8, 1976.  Left behind a pregnant wife Vera Hatcher and 5 small children. (Lucy, Tracy, Annette, Wayne and Jason (Beverley was born in Oct 1976)).  Story can be found in book Final Voyages Vol II by Jim Wellman

Page Contributed by Ann (MacDonald) Batten
Information for the SS Coban (1903) added August 19, 2007 by J. Scott
Information for the M. V. Labrador Foam added October 2007 by Sid Hatcher
Information for Wayne Cliftus Hatcher added by Tracey Bennett

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