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dc.contributor.authorJohn Sanders
dc.coverage.spatialPhiladalphia, PA
dc.date.accessioned2017-05-17T14:02:47Z
dc.date.available2017-05-17T14:02:47Z
dc.date.issued1852-03-10
dc.identifier[1852-03-10.pdf
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10766/18864
dc.descriptionHowes Baker, Master of theBrig Emma, from John Saunders for pilotage.
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dc.languageen_us
dc.publisherDennis Historical Society Inc.
dc.relationBRIG EMMA - CAPTAIN HOWES BAKER: Various receipts and other papers related to the Brig Emma, Capt. Howes Baker . These were purchased on-line by DHS through the Howes Family Association for $50. Brig Emma, was a small coasting brig of some 198 tons, built in 1844. Howes Baker was later master of the small brig Palm, 181 tons, built in 1857. Howes8 Baker, Jr. was born in South Dennis, 8 Feb 1828, son of Howes Baker (1801-1849) & Persis (Allen; 1803-1892). He never married, and died in Wichendon, MA, 29 Jul 1898, of “hemorrhage of kidneys,” and was buried on his father’s lot (#68-129) in South Dennis Congregational Church Cemetery. His Baker ancestry is: Howes Jr., Howes Judah 3d6, Judah Jr.5, Judah, Samuel, Nathaniel, Francis.
dc.sourceHOWES BAKER & BRIG EMMA/IMAGES/1852-03-10.jpg
dc.subjectHowes Baker
dc.subjectBrig Emma
dc.subjectPilotage
dc.subjectThe Capes
dc.subjectJohn Saunders
dc.titleReceipt of Howes Baker from John Saunders
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dc.typeWritten material


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