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Falmouth, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 29
Sad calamity. --Three residents of Harwich, Ct.--Eldridge Nickerson, Hezekiah T. Small and Miss Helinda Small--were drowned on the 12th inst, by the collision of schooner James Wixon with the schooner Sea Bird, off Falmouth. They jumped from the Wixon to get on board the Sea Bird, but fell short of the vessel.
Hezekiah T. Small (search for this): article 29
Sad calamity. --Three residents of Harwich, Ct.--Eldridge Nickerson, Hezekiah T. Small and Miss Helinda Small--were drowned on the 12th inst, by the collision of schooner James Wixon with the schooner Sea Bird, off Falmouth. They jumped from the Wixon to get on board the Sea Bird, but fell short of the vessel.
Eldridge Nickerson (search for this): article 29
Sad calamity. --Three residents of Harwich, Ct.--Eldridge Nickerson, Hezekiah T. Small and Miss Helinda Small--were drowned on the 12th inst, by the collision of schooner James Wixon with the schooner Sea Bird, off Falmouth. They jumped from the Wixon to get on board the Sea Bird, but fell short of the vessel.
Helinda Small (search for this): article 29
Sad calamity. --Three residents of Harwich, Ct.--Eldridge Nickerson, Hezekiah T. Small and Miss Helinda Small--were drowned on the 12th inst, by the collision of schooner James Wixon with the schooner Sea Bird, off Falmouth. They jumped from the Wixon to get on board the Sea Bird, but fell short of the vessel.