The steamer Fanny C Hart (30 Aug 1910)

The steamer Fanny C. Hart will take up the Miami – Jacksonville run. (30 Aug 1910)

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The Valmaseda is appraised at (24 Aug 1910)

The Valmaseda is appraised at $45000. The wreckers; Miami Yacht and Machine Works, Philip Lee, Sam Gerock, “Bubba” Smart and Charles Thompson, will split about $20,000. “This has been the finest specimen of wrecking work ever done…”. (24 Aug 1910)

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The Valmaseda gets off the (16 Aug 1910)

The Valmaseda gets off the reef and heads to Key West for repairs. The wreckers will receive 45% of the appraised value of the ship and cargo. [Describes piloting near Miami’s reefs to avoid or use the Gulf Stream.] “Wrecks in line with Valmaseda: Alicia, Gold King [Erl King?] and another Spanish tramp.” (16 Aug 1910)

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The British Frances E comes (6 Aug 1910)

The British Frances E comes to port avoiding the Spanish Valmaseda. Muck shoes are available at G. M. Dykes. (6 Aug 1910)

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The Spanish tramp steamer Valmaseda (6 Aug 1910)

The Spanish tramp steamer Valmaseda with a cargo of coal and peat is aground on the reef about 4 miles south of Fowey Light. Revenue cutter Forward is on her way from Key West to Leadbury Reef. A Board of Survey [interesting list of members] finds she is in 22 feet of water and the hold is flooded. (6 Aug 1910)

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Mr Krome evacuates the FEC (5 Aug 1910)

Mr. Krome evacuates the FEC construction families during the hurricane season. (5 Aug 1910)

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