Hutchinson - Body 170 (Unidentified)

IT IS likely that body number 170 is that of Hutchinson. It was buried at sea.
The estimated age was 25, and the corpse had keys marked "Carpenter's locker", with a wood rule, silver watch and chain.
The Halifax Coroner's records note: "PROBABLY CARPENTER'S MATE," and Hutchinson's name appears on the crew list as a joiner, just before that of his senior colleague John Maxwell, the ship's carpenter.

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Senan Molony

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