|Michael Joseph "Joseph" Barry|
|Birth: ||1831, Ireland|
|Death: ||Jun. 9, 1882, Canada|
Michael Joseph Barry is recorded on the Fishermans' Memorial in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Unfortunately his name is recorded erroneously as "Thomas Joseph Barry", and it seems that he was known commonly as "Joseph Barry". Joseph Barry was lost on the Fishing Schooner Massasoit on (Friday) June 9 1882, when the 74 ton schooner hit an iceberg off of St. Johns New Foundland. Four other crew members were lost in the accident, but the captain of the fishing schooner and 7 other crew reached St. Johns New Foundland, in dories, two days later.
published in The Gardner News Saturday Morning June 24, 1882
Joseph Barry of this town (Gardner Massachusetts) was one of the unfortunate men who went down with the schooner, Massasoit, from Gloucester which struck an Iceberg last Friday night in a fog and sank off of Newfoundland. He leaves a wife and three children.
Johanna O'Connor Barry (1834 - 1920)
John William Barry (1860 - 1933)*
Mary Delia Barry O'Hearn (1863 - 1890)*
Thomas J Barry (1869 - 1948)*
Body lost at sea
Specifically: At sea, 25 miles off Cape Ballard, Newfoundland
Created by: JimmyH
Record added: Dec 05, 2013
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