Seascout-NERegion-Net Mail Archive for May of 1999: Re: Old Members
Re: Old Members
Bruce Chr. Johnson
Thu, 20 May 1999 09:41:33 -0400
Thank you very much for your note. I regret to tell you that I don't have
any records of individual Ships (other than current ones and those of my
own in Columbia, Maryland). I am forwarding your message to
Seascout-NERegion-Net, a Sea Scouting bulletin board for Northeast Region
Sea Scouters. We have several New England Sea Scouters on the list.
Hopefully one of them can point you in the right direction.
Good luck with your search.
At 03:47 PM 5/19/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Dear Sir: Many years ago.... more than I care to remember... I was a
>member of Sea Explorer Ship 13, The Charles W. Morgan in New Bedford,
>Massachusetts. I learned a great deal about seamanship and life from the
>skipper and his assistants, and it has occured to me to try a gather as
>many of those folks as I can find together for a reunion of sorts. The
>problem is, I have no idea where to start. Do your records go back to
>1958/59/60? Is it possible to get a list of names of members of the
>ship during those time periods? I remember Mr. Pimmental was the
>skipper. That's the only name we knew him by along with a man named Mr.
>Alberts and Mr. Mayheieux (sp?). Any help you can offer will be greatly
>appreciated. Thank you. Ed Pepin.
Bruce Chr. Johnson 202-707-1652 (Voice)
Commodore, Sea Scouts 202-707-3959 (Fax)
Northeast Region, B.S.A.
6148 Llanfair Drive firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbia, MD 21044-3829 USA
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