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1849/1850 - Ship wrecked on NJ coast ?

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Re: 1849/1850 - Ship wrecked on NJ coast ?

Posted: 13 Dec 2011 2:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pratt, Carty, Hassett
Re: Barque Huma: I'm also looking for information, but am not sure if it's related or not. I'll post here for you in case there is any connection in ship or storm. This ship did not wreck but arrived. Barque Huma, of Rhode Island, Spencer Pratt, Master. Irish Famine Collection Ships: Ship's manifest ID #3451 HUMA from DUBLIN, IR, arrived NY 03/26/1849, 160 passengers. Ship's records state passenger "Patrick Carty died 8th March 1849 in consequence of an injury received in a gale of wind." My gg-grandmother Hassett's 2 y/o sister also died enroute, 3 days out of NY on 3/23/1849, not sure if storm-related or not. I believe a complete list of passengers is/was available on the Castle Garden website, but the website was a dead link last time I tried to access it.
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