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The tale of the Sea
28 Barquentine Czarina, Capt. Colin Taylor, lost off Cape Race, crew rescued by the S. S. Cairnmonia from England to Portland, and landed there on January 3rd, 1924
2 Schooner Albert S Moulton, en route from Channel to Port aux Basques, with general cargo runs ashore on a sand bar, Total loss
4 Gloucester schooner Donald L Silver, Capt. Hackett, herring laden from Bay of Islands, wrecked in previous week's gale. Bodies of Captain and crew of five recovered at different times and places.
13 S. S. Eskbridge, 3196 tons, gross, bound to Philadelphia arrives from Fowey, with steering out of order and other damages.
14 S. S Falkirk reports by wireless rescue of officers and crew of disable schooner Annie Payer in lat. 44.37N; long. 49.40W. Schooner spitfire returns to port after two day terrible experience. and is brought in, when almost sinking by Steam Tug John Green. Capt. Colin Taylor and crew of the schooner Czarina, lost on Dec. 28th, arrive by S. S. Sachem. Crew of schooner Annie M. Parker from Oporto to St. John's sailing on Dec. 7th rescued by S. S. Grvotendyk
22 Schooner R. J. Dale Bugden, driven ashore at Riverhead St. Mary's and abandoned.
25 Bucksport schooner Hazel Y Hynes with 800 brls herring driven ashore at Carter's Point, Woods Island.
29 S. S. Acadien strikes rocks near Petty Harbour Motion, considerable damaging forepeak.
1 Schooner President Coaker reported lost off Shoe Cove, near Cape Ballard. Wreckage picked up five days later confirms report.
7 Schooner Hazel Y Hynes which went ashore at Wood's Island refloated by S. S. Curiew.
19 Capt. Hollett and Cook Hoben of the lost schooner Annie M Parker arrive at North Sydney from Rotterdam, via Halifax bound to Burin.
26 Crew of the schooner Ethel M. Bartlett of Burin, 70 days from Oporto, reported rescued by S. S. Calgylight and landed in France. Vessel abandoned in mid-ocean.
2 S. S. Glencoe, Capt. Blandford, discovers abandoned schooner Gordon E. Moulton of Burgeo, on fire 70 miles from Burgeo.
3 S. S. Obernai with "cargo of rails" from Halifax to Humbermouth abandoned at sea. Crew rescued previous Sunday and taken to Halifax by S. S. Kingsholm. Five Newfoundlanders aboard.
10 Schooner Roy Bruce of Burin, Capt. R. F. Hollett, reported by S. S. Huronian, cut down in mid-ocean on January 15th, crew missing, three from Grand Bank
11 Danish schooner N. Hansen, Capt. Christiansen which left St. John's on January 3rd for Lisbon, given up for lost.
28 Six vessels drift out of Bay Roberts in strong gale, their moorings being cut by heavy Arctic ice.
30 Five of the six Bay Roberts vessels recovered.
22 Schooner David C Ritcey reported abandoned in lat. 40.10N long 57.07 W was bound for Rosiru, Placentia Bay.
6 Schooner Reginald B Moulton seized in Straits of Canso on charges of violating Canadian immigrations laws.
15 Schooner Ida of fortune lost off New Waterford
19 Schooner Jean E Bullen of Harbour Breton rammed and badly damaged by Car
Ferry, Prince Edward Island, off Halifax.
21 Schooner Pandors, Capt. John Dicks, total loss at Mariners' Cove, St. Mary's.
2 Schooner Bessie McDonald of Burin capsizes. Two lives lost.
3 Cunard Steamer Verbenia London to Montreal, puts in for repairs.
8 Schooner Gannet of Paradise Placentia Bay, ashore in Placentia Roads
17 Schooner St. Helena belonging to James Strong, Limited, bound from St. John's to Little Bay Islands, a total loss at Stag Harbour
19 S, S, Metagama, Capt. Henderson, 12420 tons, from Glasgow to Montreal in collision with steamer Clara Camus, Montreal to Harve, 7030 tone, seven miles S. E. of Cape Race. Both ships badly damage. Both reach St. John's under their own steam. No lives lost thought two men were reported missing for a time. These were picked up by the schooner Bluenose of international racing fame.
25 Schooner Antia C. , Capt. McDonald, ashore on the North Head of Cuslett, Cape Shore.
28 French banker, Fleur de France arrives in a leaky condition
11 S. S. Metagama strikes on Cathills Rock in the Narrows, when outward bound.
12 S. S. Metagama pulled off at 3 a.m. high tide, by S. S. Silvia and steam-tug, little damage done. S. S. Keilhaven arrives with four feet of water in her fore-peak, due to striking a sunken rock when en route from Hare Bay to Clode Sound, carrying pit-props
5 S. S. Glencoe ashore at Dog Cove South of Brig Bay; is refloated the following day and proceeds to Humbermouth
27 Hurricane from southern states to Labrador causes many wrecks and casualties. Schooner Magno, Levi Bagg, Master, from Sydney to Port aux Basques lost with all hands numbering 5.
2 Danish pulpwood steamer Kinsien Jelsen on fire at Silverdale N. D. B. Considerable damage done.
6 Schooner Little Gem, Stoyles, Master, off Hillview founders off Henley Harbour, Straits of Belle Isle. Crew escapes but everything aboard lost.
8 Schooner Lucille B Ceaser, picked up at sea by the Canadian Government patrol steamer Arras brought to Bay Bulls.
26 Schooner Pioneer off Cape Broyle towed in by steamer Tug Hugh D badly damaged through squalls in Freshwater Bay.
29 Schooner Manilia 22 tons, Joseph young, ashore at Codroy, and total wreck. was bound from North Sydney to Humbermouth with coal and dynamite.
8 The Dominion Steel company tug Douglas H Thomas, registered in Newfoundland, strikes Ingouish Shoals in a fog and sinks . S. S. Nawcopie from Hudson Bay stations returns.
9 Schooner Esther Hankinson with salt from Cediz to St. John's lost. The crew were rescued by the Greek schooner and brought to Monte Video Boatswain Drowned while trying to rig a new rudder,
10 Schooner Montague, John Dominy, Master, fish laden from C-? Island to St. John's driven ashore at Herring Neck Rock and sank.
13 Earl of Devon at Assizes Harbour Labrador temporarily disabled
22 Schooner L and S, Carbonear bound home from Francis Harbour, Labrador, disabled and wrecked. Her 27 passengers were rescued by the S. S. Mount Clay.
25 Italian steamer Monte Bianco 14 days out from Rotterdam to Montreal in Ballast puts in with engine trouble. She is of 6968 tons gross and a sister ship of the Clara Camus.
30 Schooner Dorothy B. , driven ashore at Bonavista. Total wreck
4 Schooner Inspiration, Capt. William Doyle abandoned in mid-ocean. Was bound from Pernambuco to St. John's. Crew rescued by R. M. S. Cardiganshire.
7 Auxiliary schooner Aviator from Gloucester to Wood's Island beached three miles west of Sandy Point and abandoned. Crew saved.
10 Schooner David Morris, Capt. Elgar Burke, driven ashore on Turks Island and lost. Crew saved
12 S. S. Rosworth, Montreal to Hamburg enters port to land Chief Engineer for Hospital treatment.
18 S. S. Prospero Capt. Field ashore on Green Island, Bonavista at 5.30 a.m. refloated fourteen hours later with assistance of the Susu Malakoff and Senef, and proceeds to King's Cove under her own steam. Carried 116 viz:- 80 passengers and crew of 36.
3 Crew of schooner Freedom which left Brigus for North Sydney on October 17th, arrives in ships boats in Barbados after a run of nearly 550 miles in two open boats.
4 Schooner James Arnold, Captain Wakeham from Harbour Buffett, total loss in Chance Cove. Capt. Doyle and crew of wrecked schooner Inspiration arrive from Liverpool by S. S. Digby
8 S. S. Bjornstein Bjorrsen arrives, 18 days from Rotterdam to Bell Island for repairs to machinery after stormy passage.
14 S. S. Malakoff, Capt. Blackmore, arrives at Summerville, B. B. with rudder and rudder-post damaged, and is towed to St. John's by S. S. Sagona
18 Capt. Samuel Noseworthy and six of the crew of the schooner Freedom reach Halifax.
19 Schooner Beatrice K., Capt George Roberts abandoned 7 miles off Red Island, Placentia Bay, after collision with floating spar.
28 S. S. Pilar de Lorringar, 7406 tons gross with 11,000 tons of cotton aboard from Galvestone to Manchester, puts in for coal.
11 George Warr, Springdale N. D. B. 94
15 MRS. PATRICK CARROLL, CONCHE, 102
17 Richard McGrath, Patrick's Cove, 82
24 Mrs. Alfred Janes, Broad Cove, B. D. V
25 Mrs. Minnie Jones, Riverhead, Harbour Grace, 39
26 W. F. Willar, at Brooklyn, N.Y.
27 Joseph Burke, Carbonear, 70
29 Mrs. Walter T Udell
30 Mrs. Catherine Howell, Carbonear, 86
31 Edgar Parsons, 51
1 Miss Jeanette Manuels, 53
2 Charles Pelley, George's Brook, T. B. 75
4 George Parsons, Pennywell Road, 68
5 Mrs. Ellen Veitch, Holyrood
7 Mrs. Sarah Roach, 56
8 William James, Brigus
11 Richard G. Lewis, H. M. C. 72
14 Samuel Johanna Mercer, 85
15 Robert Miller, formerly of topsail, at Melrose, Highlands, U.S.A. 83
18 Miss Mary A Doody, Placentia,
20 Mrs. Laria Janes, 78
21 Kenneth Pike, 11
23 John Butler, Chamberlains, 90
24 Francis J Ryan, 19
25 Agnes Peter Neville, 78
27 Mary Kane, 9
28 Hugh Carter, 57
29 Mrs. Bridget Mullins, 73
31 Tasker P Cook, 25
3 Mrs. Stephen Dillon
4 Mrs. Emma Robertson, 75
5 Miss May Tilley
6 Mrs. Patrick Sweeney, Bell Island, 26
7 Andrew Brynoldson, 15
10 Mrs. Bridget Baird
12 Geoffrey Peddle, Brigus, 78
14 Mrs. Francis Pippy
15 Ex-Pte Albert Billard, 25
16 Norman N Bradley, 67
17 Joseph Johnson, 58
18 John N Sterling at Sydney
19 Miss Irene Culter, Herring Neck, 18
20 Mrs. Thomas Stewart
21 Mrs. George Burden, Sr. Carbonear. Mrs. John Ezekiel, East Wabana
22 John Hammond, East Wabana 91
23 Frederick Hibbs, Portugal Cove
24 George Manuel, Lewisporte, 78
25 Joseph F Rose, 34
27 William Patrick Dalton, Gallipoli Veteran, 27
29 Mrs. Edward Wills.
1 Thomas H Lawrence
2 Peter Canning, Presque, S1
3 John O'Neal, 54
4 Mrs. Garland Tucker, St. Philip's, 70
5 John Charles Marshall, 57
6 Donald M Ivamy, 18
7 Mrs. George Rideout
8 James Power, 27
10 Patrick Dempsey, 75
11 John J Murphy, 36
12 Sir William Duff Reid at Montreal, 56
13 Errol Pike, Harbour Grace, 73
14 Mrs. William Hill, East Wabana, 85
15 Mrs. Frank Barron
16 Mrs. (Rev. ) J. S. Adams, nee Winnie Jardine, Bay Roberts
18 James Hefferton, Newtown, 67
19 Mrs. Bella M Mare, 65
21 Maisie B Chambers, 12
22 William Mills, Shoal Harbour
23 J. J. Foran, 48
24 Mrs. Sarah Ainsworth of Trinity, 83
27 Mrs. Eric Cobb, West Wabana, 23
28 Patrick Shelly
29 Edward Foley, Grand Falls
30 William Henry Beck, Sound Island, 56
31 James Deveraux, Ferryland.
1 Mrs. Mary Ann Manning
2 Mrs. Emily Taylor, 72
3 Mrs. Catherine Bradshaw, 73
4 Richard T McGrath, Barrister, 39
5 Mrs. (Rev. ) G. S. Chamberlain, Catalina, 64
6 Charles J Vavasour, World War Veteran, 30
7 Mrs. Joseph Byrne, 25
8 Mrs. W Lever, 33
9 James Walsh, Harbour Grace, 42
10 Mrs. Patrick J Myers, Chapel's Cove. William Green, Musgravetown, B.B. , 80
11 James Goodchild, 76
12 Mrs. Elizabeth Whalen
13 Mrs. A Mullally, formerly of Torbay at Montreal, 63
14 Mrs. John S Squires, 45
15 Mrs. Amelia Abey, Bell Island, 74
16 Miss Helen Barbara Lilly at Toronto
17 Mrs. R. I Garber (nee Goldstone) at New York
18 Peter P Power, 66
20 Mrs. Annie Bennett, 64
22 Mrs. Edward Fitzpatrick, the Goulds, 58
23 Mrs. Abram Richard, 45
24 Hon. Donald Morrison, K.C. , at Hollywood, California, 67
25 Vincent Breen, Shipwright. Sister Mary Angela Christopher, St. Michael's Convent, 32
26 Capt. Leander Pike, Carbonear, 62
27 Mrs. Oliver Bennett, Bell Island, 40
28 J. J. Langley, Liverpool, 88
29 Miss Rita Earle, Carbonear
30 Joseph White, Irish Town, Carbonear
1 Mrs. M. A. Doody
2 Alexander Fleet, 28
3 Thomas K Cooke, 84
4 Mrs. James J Fillier, 34
5 Mrs. Catherine Conway, 70
6 John Howell, South Side, Carbonear, 68
8 Mrs. Joseph Burke, 37
9 Clement L Benning, 11
10 Mrs. Elizabeth Mitcham, 77
11 Isaac Hynes, 80
12 Denis O'Brien
13 Mrs. Adelaide Squires, Topsail, 75
14 Mrs. Elizabeth Pack, 72
16 James Bond, Grand Falls. Patrick Judge Wadden, 72
18 Robert W Miller
23 Walter Stafford Pope.
24 Mrs. Ellen Smyth
25 Francis P Houlahan, 29
26 Mrs. Robert W Facey, 77
27 Miss Gertrude Isabella Parsons, Forest Road
29 Mrs. Mary Fennell at North Sydney, 83
31 William Taylor, South Side, 65
1 Miss Mercedes Power, 23
2 Peter Power
4 Mrs. Margaret O'Brine, 56
5 Henry Coffin at Detroit
7 Jack Murphy, 21
8 Peter Powell, 48
9 Richard F Goodridge, 47
10 Miss Mary Florence Morris
11 Mrs. Sophia Bartlett, Bay Roberts, 77
12 Mrs .Mary J Broaderick
13 Daniel Noah, 15
14 Eric C Peters, 27
19 William H Jackman, 20
20 John J Moyst, 60
22 Mrs. James Fitzgerald, Bell Island, 80
23 Mrs. Herman Reid, Grand Falls, 28
25 Henry John Vasey, 69
26 Mrs. William Frew, 69
27 John P Shea, 68
28 William Luther
29 Mrs. Ernest Kelly, formerly of Bay Roberts at Allston, Mass, 26
1 James Tobin at Tewkesbury, Mass, 39
2 James Manning, Torbay, 28
3 Michael Gwynne Dyer, 18
6 John Calder, 79
7 William Kent Sr. , Lance Cove, Bell Island, 74
8 Mrs. Jennie Cave LeDrew
10 Mary Agnes Cahill, 6
11 John McGrath, 41
12 Mrs. James Lorenzen, Garnish, 63
13 Miss Mary Ann Kelly
17 Mrs. Denis Gorman
19 Thomas Broderick, formerly of Grates Cove, at London, England
20 James D Lockyer, J.P. formerly of Herring Neck and Trinity, 68
21 Esau LeGrow, Broad Cove, B. D. V.
22 Mrs. Winnifred O'Toole, 78
23 Mrs. Ellen Mahar Cunningham
24 G. H. King, Ayr, Scotland "A friend of Ours."
25 James P Callanan, 50
27 John Hann, Petite Forte
28 Mrs. Margaret Moore, 66
29 Hugh MacLellan, 70
30 Miss Mary MacLellan, S. E. Arm, Placentia.
2 Joseph Trickett, Spout Cove, Bay de Verde, 59
3 William Murphy, Postmaster, Bell Island, 72
4 John Sage, Cabman
6 Miss Hilda Watson at Toronto, 19
7 Ernest Kosh, 53
8 Mrs. BRIDGET CARTY, Harbour Grace, 101
9 Sister M Aloysius Doyle, Presentation Convent, Cathedral Square
10 Charles Knight, G. P. O. , 63
11 William Ryan, George Street, 48
12 John Pike, South Side, Carbonear, 42
13 Mrs. Margaret Dalton, 65
14 Mrs. Katherine Walsh Fitzgerald
15 Ensign Robert Butt
17 Joshua Burt, 59
18 Richard J Buckley, 62
20 William Mallard, Quidi Vidi, 75
21 Benjamin Murphy, 74
22 James J Mayo, 75
23 Mrs. William Griffiths, 75
24 Mrs. Janet Hogg, Cobb, Harry's Brook
25 Robert Crosbie 45
26 Noah Burry, 60
27 Mrs. Mary Stowe, formerly of Harbour Grace, at New Orleans, 83
28 George J Brocklehurst, Carbonear
29 Robert Martin, War Veteran
31 Peter Roche, Middle Cove
4 Mrs. Archelaus Taylor, South Side, Harbour Grace.
5 John Locke, 64
6 Mrs. William Sparkes, Bell Island, 76
7 Samuel C Thompson Asst. Superintendent of Church of England Schools, 54
8 Mrs. Eliza A Noel, widow of the Rev. Canon Noel, Harbour Grace, 80
10 Patrick Molloy, St. Lawrence
11 Mrs. Charles Frederick Earle, Change Island, 68
12 Mrs. Allen Thistle, 26
13 James Kavanagh, Bell Island, 17
14 Hezekiah Martin, Southport Trinity Bay, 51
15 Mrs. George Herald, 75
16 Mrs. James Whalen, 56
17 Capt. Peter Cullen, Carbonear, 73
19 Dr. John Murphy, 32
20 James Fitzgerald, Bell Island, 80
21 Mrs. James Barter
22 Miss Margaret McDonald, 19
23 James Warren, 79
24 Mrs. (Rev. ) John Reay
25 Mrs. John T Halfyard, 68
26 Mrs. Bernard Cousens, 23
27 Payson J Kinsella G. P. O.
28 Miss Catherine May England, 21
29 Miss Elsie Beatrice Reid
30 Mrs. Joseph Kirby, formerly of Burin, at Halifax, 84, Celebrated Diamond Wedding last April.
31 John Connors, 82
1 Mrs. Susan Peyton Temple at Bromley, Kent England. Mrs. Gladys M Pack McNairn 32
2 Lance R Andrews
3 Chesley Lane, Portland B. B. , 18
6 Mrs. Sarah Ann Willar
7 Mrs. Naomi Chase, Salmon Cove, B.D.V. , 31
8 Mrs. Margaret Dobbin, 60
9 Miss Bridget (Bride) Teresa Moore. Archibald Button, Sibley's Cove, T. B. 23
10 Miss Margaret Shirran, Macduff, Scotland, 94
11 James Carrigan, 73
12 Rev. Fr. Martin Sears, in California, 44
14 Edward Kearney, 67
15 Mrs. Thomas Dean
16 Miss Irene Evans, 20
19 John Tucker, 83
20 Mrs. Thomas Hillier, 65
21 William Frew, 82
23 George Lambert 69
25 Mrs. Roger T Tobin, at Heart's Content
26 Mrs. Solomon (Janet Ross) Diamond, 45
28 William Sinnott 63
29 Miss Irene Kennedy at New York, 23
30 Ebenezer R Knight, 70
31 Myles Fitzhenry
1 Thomas H Escott, 59
2 James Ryan, 66
3 Mrs. N McGuire
4 Mrs. Catherine Power, Military Road
5 Miss Laura Bell Bartlett, 23
6 John Baker of Broad Cove, Fortune Bay, Whilst fishing in his dory, 65
7 Miss Bridget Stamp, 21
8 Miss Alice Kelly
10 Miss Helen Peyton Thompson
11 Mrs. Sarah James, Georgetown, Brigus, 89
15 Mrs. James Livingstone (nee Avery) at Bronx, New York city
16 James Oates of Carbonear, suddenly at Deer Lake, 19
18 Mrs. James O'Reilly, Placentia, 60
20 Henry Hollett, Great Burin, 75
21 Joseph Noftall, Painter
22 Patrick Spry, 14
23 Mrs. Thomas Dunphy, Jersey Side, Placentia
24 James Joseph Wadden, 70
25 James MacDonnell, B. A. formerly M. H. A. for St. George's, 34
26 Mrs. Martha E Crosbie, 86
27 Patrick Hickey, Little Paradise P. B. 77
28 Mrs. Mary Ann Hiscock, 71
30 Rev. Canon Lockyer, Trinity, 67
1 Mrs. Sarah Louis (Rev. R. W. ) Freeman, Lower Island Cove.
4 Lilly Power, 13
6 James Norris, Three Arms, 74
7 Mrs. Mary Baldwin, 78
8 Miss Eilen Mary Gleason, 76
9 John Saunders, Carbonear, 64
12 Ernest R Hiscock, 29
13 Mrs. Michael Hanlon, 39
17 Mrs. Mary Ann Barrington
18 James Francis Parker, 76
19 Mrs. George Bartlett (nee Finn) at Brooklyn, N.Y.
20 Mrs. Catherine Tracey, 90
22 Capt. James Lynch, 81
23 Thomas Downey, 50
24 Mrs. Mary A (John) Furlong
25 Mrs. Laura Annie Bowring, at Sefton Park Liverpool
26 Rev. Dr. Humphrey Pickford Cowperthwaite, 86
27 Mrs. Mary E Pearce. South Side, 81
28 Mrs. W. J. Bursey "White House"
30 Miss Elizabeth Tracey, Sister Mary Dominic Doyle Convent of Mercy,
Fatalities of the Year
5 Seventeen year old son of W. H. Norris, of Heart's Ease drowned while skating near his home. Herbert Robbins, Battery Road Missing
14 John Kennedy, Petty Harbour, fireman on the S. S. Meigle drowned at Argentia
19 Three Children of Mrs. Charles Chaytor, North Side, Norris Arm, N. D. B. burnt to death. Mother seriously injured.
1 Man named Pius of Patrick's Cove, drowned whilst out shooting.
4 Rev. W. S Mercer, Fogo perished in severe blizzard one mile from his home
10 Albert George, Cook on the schooner David C Ritchey, lost over board in a storm
15 Daniel March, Hickman's Harbour, accidently killed by falling from cliff 100 feet high.
18 Robert Lewis, Conception Harbour, found dead from exposure at Colliers.
25 John Babb of Carbonear, killed by falling of a huge rock at Victoria Mine, Glace Bay
28 Margaret Fitzgerald badly burned in a fire at the house of Mr. Levis, Topsail Road, dies in hospital the following day from injuries received.
4 Denis Hyde of Red Head Cove, B. D. V. missing. His body recovered a week later
7 William Quinton Sr. Red Cliff, B. B. , 60 drowned through ice.
10 Sealing steamer leaves Harbour. Whilst helping to haul the S. S. Terra Nova through the ice twelve men fall through. Three drowned, David Whalen, St. John's; Maurice Brien, Ferryland; and Hubert Hiscock, Champneys.
11 Cecil Parsons, Lush's Bight, Mail Courier, drowned though dogs and slide breaking through the ice.
17 Lawrence Barron, 62 Holyrood killed by train
27 George Drake, Millers Passage, Fortune Bay, 21 and Frank Lynch, Curling, 19, washed overboard, from schooner electric flash off Shelburne, N.S. and drowned.
29 George Butt, young lad, son of Mr. Charles Butt of Bay Roberts, killed by fall from a cliff.
14 Mrs. Sarah Roberts, Hermitage found drowned.
17 Matthew Wakeham shot dead, 41
19 T. W. Eungay lost off the schooner Champion, near Spencer's Island, New Brunswick.
22 Second Engineer Ashton Jolliffe of Canadian Sapper, drowned in St. John's Harbour.
26 Stanley Gillingham, Gander Bay, drowned in the Gander River.
27 Twelve year old son of Edward Pierce meets with an accident when playing, which results in death in hospital a few hours later.
29 Body of Patrick Clear of Boyd's Cove, Mail courier, found in drift ice, about two miles from Loom Bay. That of his companion Horatio Wells missing.
1 Walter Dwyer, West Wabana, 18 accidently and instantly killed, through 6,000 volts passing through his body.
10 Milton Hollway of Portland B. B. , 16, missing and believed drowned in Red Indian Lake.
15 Robert Lee of Grand Bank reported lost from schooner Isobel Moore.
16 Henry Horan of Belleoram and Patrick O'Brien of Cape Broyle killed at Humber Canal by load of sand falling on them.
18 Stella Earle, 7, burned to death through clothing catching fire.
20 William Willshire, 59, Port Union, fell over public wharf and is drowned.
22 Mrs. Ronald House found drowned in Catalina Harbour
26 Arch White of Big Pond, Bay Bulls Road, drowned in the pond 24.
2 Schooner Bassie McDonald at Burin reports loss of Edward Miles of Little Bay, Fortune Bay, through capsizing of schooner.
6 Robert O'Keefe, 23, of Great Barachoix, Placentia, drowned in Pemihoe River, near Badger.
18 John Blundon, Gander Bay, accidently killed in Horwood's Mill at that place.
22 Miss Gertrude Murphy killed in motor car accident at Boston .
24 Tragic death of William Hapgood, Salvage.
5 Thomas Keefe, Great Barrisway, Placentia, accidently killed at Boston.
6 Three year old son of Mr. Jesse Collins, of Newport, B. B. drowned through falling over wharf.
7 E. J. Myers, well known New York sportsman drown in Grey River near Ramea, Body recovered.
11 A young man named Atkins drowned in Manuels River, when bathing.
19 Collapse of coal Fence at Dominion Pier, Bell Island, results in death of Robert Yetman of Bryant's Cove, aged 49, and the injuring of eight others.
23 Fireman Penny and Mail William Perchard, 31, killed when express derailed near Cape Ray.
26 Ralph Hardy, Burnt Island, 84, drowned through falling from stagehead.
31 Alphaeus Thorne (or Boone). Whale's Brook, T. B. killed instantly at Chelsea. Mass.
9 Thomas Jordan of Pouch Cove instantly killed at Boston through falling from a Pile Driver.
11 Robert Hodder, Creston, near Marystown, 17 drowned whilst bathing.
18 Michael Murphy, badly injured in machinery of bakery on the 10th 1924, dies at hospital.
19 Joseph Smith, 46, killed at Dominion No. 1 Colliery, Glace Bay
27 Seaman Thomas George of the Lucille B. Creacer washed off the deck in a hurricane and drowned.
30 Five year old child of Walter Snow, Campbellton, N. D. B. burned to death in fire which destroyed residence.
1 Captain James Snow, 32, killed through falling from his boat when passing through the Buffalo Canal.
3 Frederick Udle crushed by a freight car in the railway yard and dies in hospital fours hours later.
4 Thomas Pardy, of Grand bank, washed overboard from the schooner Lillian M Richards and drowned.
5 John Clarke, of Baine Harbour washed overboard when crossing the bay.
6 John Forsey of Seal Cove, F. B. reported missing.
16 A few minutes after midnight, Capt. Whitty, M. C. , O. B. E. , and Lieut. W King, formerly of the R. A. F. instantly killed near Donovan's by an automobile driven by Leonard Reid. The car overturned with violence and two Naval Officers of H. M. S. Constance with George Harrison of the Bank of Montreal Staff and Clinton Duder were killed.
21 Body of Douglas Lane, Millertown, 5, missing since previous evening found in the water near Anglo Development company wharf.
22 Walter McFatridge, of Stephenville, struck by a train at the Water Shute between Deer Lake and Shoal Harbour the day previous, dies in the Deer Lake Hospital
24 Capt. Nathan LeMoine, Burgeo, 50, of the schooner Una drowned when crossing Baccalleu Tickle.
26 Body of a sailor of the French vessel Raymond lost on Sept. 6th, picked up at Allan's Island, Lameline. Others bodies subsequently picked up in the vicinity. All were interred in Newfoundland.
27 Samuel Crann found mangled and dead under the wheels of a box-car on arrival of train at Grand Falls.
7 Patrick Lee of Holyrood, 19, killed in the Humber Canal.
13 Thomas Templeman, Bonavista, injured at the Humber on Friday, died in Deer Lake Hospital.
20 Benjamin Burry killed by motor accident in Detroit.
23 Stephen Cooze of Brooklyn, B. B. accidently killed by work train at Corner Brook
26 Body of ex-Reservist Kenneth Dyke formerly of Greenspond, found at the bottom of the Dock Premises. Had evidently fallen over when joining or leaving the S. S. Home, aboard which he was a sailor.
28 Captain Samuel Bennett of Port aux Basques washed overboard from schooner James W. Thomas, in Freshwater Bay, and drowned, 60. Body recovered.
8 Newfoundland seaman named Scott, lost from Lusenburg Schooner J, M Mackay on Quero Bank.
Note- no dates available for the following:-
? John Yarn of Coombs Cove, Fortune Bay, mate of schooner Annie L Warren washed overboard when en route Lunenburg from Turks Island.
? Little daughter of Thomas Woolridge, Norris Arm, 9 , died from burns received in the wood with her father. The little one came in contact with the flames of the cooking fire,
? Railway accident at Manuels, engineer Frederick James Tripple killed through overturning of engine, 26
? David King, South Side Battery, drowned from his boast, 44
? Willie Kent, Bell Island, struck by laden can and instantly killed, 8
? Alec Williams, Forest Road accidently drowned at Big Pond though horse and laden catamaram going through the ice, 26, his companion escaped. (Cfm spelling Catamaran)
MARRIAGES OF THE YEAR
26 Adolphus Tucker, Burnt Point, Bay de Verde and Miss Mary E Gosse, Cambridge, Mass.
29 Fred North, Montreal, and Miss May Lillian Taylor, Green's Harbour, Trinity Bay
31 E. H. Hiscock, St. John's and Miss Emily Bishop, Wesleyville
2 Walter Hiscock and Miss Edith Clarke, Victoria, Carbonear.
6 John Hepditch, Clattice Harbour, and Miss Laura Parsons, St. John's
7 John Gale and Miss Violet Collins, S. E. Arm, Placentia
9 Randolph E Roberts and Miss Alma Perl Baker, Epworth
11 Capt. J Robin Stick, M. C. and Miss Pauline Baird.
12 Nelson Mitchell, Epworth and Miss Deborah Rowe, Whale Cove, Burin.
14 Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noseworthy, Clarke's Beach
15 J Carroll and Miss Nellie Joy, Conche
17 Capt. Cyril Squires and Miss Ursula Jane, Grand Bank
23 Frank A Hickey and Miss Gertrude L Chown
24 William Pomeroy and Miss May Smith, Brigus.
29 Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harrington, Carbonear.
30 Augustus A Chipman and Miss Jessie Vokey, Spaniard's Bay
31 John J Roche, St. John's, and Miss Carmel Dawley, Heart's Ease.
2 Frank Bond and Miss Edythe E. Banfield , Bay L'Argant, Fortune Bay
4 Lt. Col. W. T. McCowen, I. M. S. and Miss Georgia Reid at Calcutta, India.
5 Frank Pittman, General passenger Agent Nfld. Railway, and Miss Carrie G Joyce.
7 Joseph Davis and Miss Bertha Horwood, Carbonear.
8 Stephen Legge and Miss Annie M Grandy, Garnish
12 J J Mahoney and Miss Agnes H Fitzgerald
13 William Aspell and Miss Gertrude Dooley
15 Reuben Cole, Crocker's Cove and Mrs. Ambrose Penney, South Side, Carbonear
17 James Smart and Miss Ann Power, Outer Cove.
18 K. B. Hall and Miss E Esme Davis, Newtown, B. B.
20 George Doerbecker, and Miss Ruth Denieff at Brooklyn, New York.
28 Sydney Rupert Thomas and Miss Annie Maude Elizabeth Garland.
2 William Jackson, Jr. , and Miss Helen Adams, Bell Island.
4 Alexander Garland, Jr. , Lower Island Cove, and Miss Florence Cull, Caplin Cove.
15 David Neal and Miss Amy Maunder
20 William Ford, Black Island, Labrador, and Miss Selam Voisey, Voisey Island.
22 John E Peterson and Miss Jennie Sparkes, at Hyde Park, Mass.
24 Allan C Parsons and Miss Vera Gladys Wheeler, Curling
26 A Graham Stewart and Miss Jhryl* Stavert, Montreal (names as printed)
12 Manual N Martin and Miss Madeline M Bartlett at Somerville, Mass
21 Isaac Buglar, Harbour Breton, and Miss Blanche Banfield, Bay L'Argent
23 Capt. Egbert Randell and Miss Hattie Bridge Wills at Halifax.
28 Leonard Gillispie Reid and Miss Kathleen Maude Parsons at Montreal
3 Leonard Payne and Miss Georgian Long.
7 Jack Moulton Burin and Miss Flora Pike, St. John's at Halifax.
14 J. J. Collins, Placentia and Miss Jean Scott, Galashiels, Scotland at Windsor, Ont.
2 Hugh J Fardy and Miss Mary M Doody
4 Rev. Dorman Freake and Miss Julia Martin, both of Lewisporte at Toronto
10 Wilfred Eric Harvey and Miss Vera St. John Furneaux
12 Victoria Hancock Grand Falls and Miss Mary Noble, Nipper's Harbour
14 Rev. W. T. Eddy of Sound Island, P.B. and Miss Mary Freeman Hudson, of Lower Island Cove, at Toronto.
16 Thomas Graham Morey of Ferryland and Miss Esther Maude Badcock, of Brigus South at Medford, Mass.
18 Max Colton and Miss Hetty Roberts
23 Thomas Shannon Clift and Miss Kathleen Fraser
24 John Connors, Bell Island, and Mrs. Joseph Penny
26 Eric B Rankin and Miss Leila Taylor.
2 A. J. Hanan, Boston and Miss Mary Kennedy at Brookline, Mass.
3 Capt. W Mercer, S. A. Bay Roberts and Capt. Lily Moulton, City
5 Edward I O'Rielly and Miss Isobelle Goose at Brooklyn New York
14 A. H. Moore, St. John's and Miss Elsie M Murphy. Harbour Grace at Topsail
15 W. H. Bartlett and Miss Louise Hearld.
16 Edward Strickland , Spruce Brook, and Miss Jessie Snow.
17 Herbert Ridgeley, Little Bay and Miss Nettie Yarn, Mose Ambrose.
23 Kenneth Leawood, Britannia Cove, and Miss Jean Taylor, St. John's
27 Albert Gregory, Port Royal, and Miss Nellie Patterson, Placentia.
29 Luke McDonald and Miss Mary Allen at Glace Bay
2 Harold Philliskirk Storey and Miss Isabella Quinn, Owen's Sound, at Niagara Falls.
3 Thomas Woodford, Woodford's Station, and Miss Lillan Kennedy, Avondale, at Holyrood
5 Albert Martin and Miss Margaret Edens.
6 Ernest Collins, Placentia, and Miss Lillian Lannen, South East Arm
7 William J Dunn and Miss Violet M Stevens.
9 Francis Eric Burton, London and Miss Annie Bartlett, Brigus.
11 Chesley Bowden and Miss Elsie Saunders
12 John Bishop and Miss Amy Miller.
14 Stephen Brown, Montreal and Miss Gladys D'Etta Thompson, Brigus.
15 Rev. Uriah Laite, Channel and Miss Sarah G Batson, English Harbour
16 James L Cole and Miss Annie Bartlett, Bell Island.
17 James Miskell and Miss Isobel Ryan
18 Hon. Richard Cramm and Miss Ollie Lynette Moore.
20 Egerton* M MacNab and Miss Carrie Crawford. (Names as in paper)
23 Rex. E Nicol and Miss Kathleen Ignatius Power, at Brooklyn N. Y.
2 Thomas R Clouston and Miss Florence Gillingham
3 William J Walsh and Miss Mary Everard
6 Sydney F Fisher, Liberty, N. Y. and Miss Mabel Angel, St. John's
8 James Bindon and Miss Theresa H Whalen
13 Frank March and Miss Lillian Turner, Old Perlican at Cliftondale, Mass.
14 Alfred J Moakler and Miss Margaret Whelan at Brooklyn, N. Y.
17 Dr. H. C. S. Elliott, Halifax and Miss Lillian Isobel Tulk, St. John's, at Portugal Cove.
18 George B Rumsey and Miss Madeline F Walsh
20 Hugh Raymond Parsons of Bay Roberts and Miss Mary Victoria Harman at Montreal
23 Richard H Bunt and Miss Olive Claire Parsons.
24 Eugene Harvey and Miss Mary Louise Langmead.
25 Colin Taverner, formerly of Trinity and Miss Irene Crane, St. John's, Montreal
1 H. J. C. Gover, East Wabana, and Miss Phoebe Bishop, Bay Roberts
2 Rev. Wesley John Moore and Miss Dorothy Tenton at Hamilton, Ont.
6 Major P. F. Wolberforce-Bell, M. C. and Miss Muriel Holland at Christ Church, Mayfair, London.
9 George Lewis, Toronto, and Miss Florence Maunder.
11 W. G. Greeley and Miss S. A. Mitchell, Portugal Cove. First wedding in new Methodist Church.
16 Richard Allen and Miss Beatrice Littlejohn.
22 Charles McD' William and Miss Jean Alexandra Christian
23 Patrick Hammond and Miss Elizabeth Reesa, Lance Cove, Bell Island
25 Dr. F. J Caldwell, Boston and Miss Florence Winslow Gorham of Beachmont, Mass. at her Uncle's residence St. John's
29 Peter Canning and Miss Mary Ryan, St. Patrick's, P.B
2 John McFarlane Sheppard and Miss Olive Blanche Hayward, Grand Falls.
4 James J Griffen and Mrs. Tryon, formerly Miss Susie martin of New Perlican at Middletown, Conn. , Mass
5 Peter M Phillips and Miss Mary Maud Mullins at Montreal
10 J Cabot Fitzgerald, Corner Brook and Miss Caroline Margaret Pittman, Lamaline.
20 James Pitts and Miss Florence Rees, Lance Cove, Bell Island
24 Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hynes, Young street.
25 James J Finn, formerly of Carbonear and Miss Alice T Morris, St. John's at Curling
26 Patrick N Conners, formerly of Placentia and Miss Teresa E Dunphy, St. John's at Boston
27 Joseph Ryan and Miss Helen Constance Hiscock
29 Ambrose Lewis and Miss Agnes Whalen, Bell Island.
2 Lewis Eddy and Miss Maud Peach, Arnold's Cove, P.B.
9 Golden wedding of Captain and Mrs. Williams Bartlett, Brigus.
16 Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Weeks. Present address Vancouver.
17 Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Rod MacLean. Present address, New Glasgow.
18 Edward Peckham and Miss Sarah Coveyduck, Wabana.
23 Albert G. Miles, Bonavista and Miss Gladys Saunders, Carbonear.
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Transcribed by John Baird
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Thursday December 04, 2014)
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