Surname/tag: At sea
The "Two Friends" a 38 ton schooner. She went down in the autumn of 1789.
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Known lost from Hingham were:
Massachusetts Privateer Schooner Two Friends, 60 tons, is listed as being owned in 1782 by Andrew Cabot. She may not have been a privateer. This was probably the Two Friends (Stephenson), which arrived at Marblehead in the week before April 24, 1783, from Guadeloupe.
Not to be confused with:
- The "Two Friends" which was built in August 1873, at Port Burwell, Ontario
- Brigantine, "Two Friends" 165 tons.
- 1790 John Wooldredge 36t (b 1759)
- 1790 Thomas Wooldredge (b 1765)
- 1808 Benjamin Gardner (bp 1778) note: as benjamin when on to captain other vessels, he was not aboard when "Two Friends" sank. (Lindsey, B. J. B. (1915). Old marblehead sea captains and the ships in which they sailed. Marblehead, Mass.)
- ↑ Howe, Beverly Privateers in the Revolution, 419
- ↑ The Boston Gazette and the Country Journal, Monday, May 5, 1783, datelined Marblehead, April 24, 1783