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Charles A Briggs - schooner
A Virtual Cemetery created by: BobP
Description: Crew members of the three-masted coal schooner "Charles A. Briggs" which sunk in a storm off Nahant, Massachusetts, on Feb 1, 1898, with the loss of eight lives. Listed in Nahant deaths 1898 vol 481 p 547:
Isaac Andrews, 30, sailor, bur. Nahant
* Emanuel Cain, 37, sailor, bur. Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
John E Charleson, 27, 2nd mate & engineer, bur. Cambridge, MA
* John Haley, 31, ship steward, bur. So. Boston
Harry Milliken, 24, sailor, bur. Ellsworth, ME
Lewis A Milliken, 22, sailor, bur. Ellsworth, ME
John J Young, 28, 1st mate, bur. St. Joseph, Boston

The body of Captain A. W. Wentworth was never recovered.

* Graves not yet located or confirmed
Records 1 to 7 (of 7 total matches)
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Andrews, Isaac 95050237
b. 1867 d. Feb. 1, 1898
Greenlawn Cemetery
Nahant
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Charlsen, John 95045240
b. Nov., 1870 d. Feb. 1, 1898
Cambridge Cemetery
Cambridge
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Haley, John 97700542
b. 1866 d. Feb. 1, 1898
Saint Augustine Cemetery
South Boston
Suffolk County
Massachusetts, USA
Milliken, Harry 95049404
b. unknown d. Feb. 1, 1898
Woodbine Cemetery
Ellsworth
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Milliken, Lewis 91181495
b. May 23, 1875 d. Feb. 1, 1898
Woodbine Cemetery
Ellsworth
Hancock County
Maine, USA
Wentworth, Capt A W 95090780
b. unknown d. Feb. 1, 1898
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Young, John J 95050928
b. unknown d. Feb. 1, 1898
Saint Joseph Cemetery
West Roxbury
Suffolk County
Massachusetts, USA
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