Phineas S. Marsh (Bark), U19679, overboard, 4 Nov 1867
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The gale here and on the lake last night is said to have been the hardest ever experienced. Two men belonging to the bark P.S. MARSH were washed overboard.
Buffalo, Nov. 4
There was a terrible tornado on the lake last night! Several vessels were blown ashore and much damage done.
Two men belonging to the bark P.S. MARSH, were blown overboard and drowned. One of them, named Cyrus Dates, belonging to Indiana; the other, Fred Pierce, shipped from Milwaukee, but his residence is unknown.
Erie Daily Dispatch
Tuesday, November 5, 1867
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes