- Wesley T. Ober (Captain) ~ His body washes ashore near Knobb's Station, Plum Island on April 19. Captain Ober's remains were sent to Sedgwick, ME to be interred with his father.
- J. W. Preble (Chief Mate) ~ His coat comes ashore on April 23. In it is a letter from West Harrington, ME dated 18 Dec 1893.
- ? Crowley (Steward & Cook) ~ His brother, Captain A. L. Crowley of East Boston states the captain's niece had made the trip. It is later discovered there were no women on board.
- Sven Sigfred Petersson (Seaman) ~ His is the first body to come ashore. He is Swedish, 25 years old and has only been in America a few years.
Sunday, November 14, 2010
The seven-man crew serving on the Jennie M. Carter consisted of the following men:
Posted by Judi Heit at 10:00 AM