Fitzpatrick in Seary's book on Family Names in Newfoundland

Captain Thomas Pierce Fitzpatrick (1852) of Placentia Bay Newfoundland essay on Wrecks and their Causes

Son of Captain Thomas Pierce Fitzpatrick was Captain Pierce Fitzpatrick was one of the youngest 'bank schooner captains' later captain of SS Portia
Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, Canada
Occupation: Fisherman
Vessel Name: Mary
Vessel Type: Schooner
Vessel Registration Number: S886109
Vessel Registration Place: Newfoundland (all ports)
Year Vessel Constructed: 1886

S. S. Portia was assigned to what was known as the “Western Route” and called on the following places as it made its way along the southern coast of Newfoundland: Cape Broyle, Ferryland, Fermeuse, Trepassey, St. Mary’s, Salmonier, Placentia, Marystown, Burin, St. Lawrence, Lamaline, Fortune, Grand Bank, Belleoram, St. Jacques, Harbour Breton, Pass Island, Hermitage, Gaultois, Pushthrough, Richard’s Harbour, Rencontre West, Francois, Cape La Hune, Ramea, Burgeo, Rose Blanche, Channel, Bay of Islands and Bonne Bay.

  My Fitzpatrick 4x great grandparents

1. 'Alicia/Mary' O'Reilly and Pierce Fitizpatrick

2.Pierce Fitipatrick (1826-1901) and Petronella Whelan (1832-1866) Placentia Bay Newfoundland

...3 Mary Fitzpatrick 1859-1946married Michael Connors 1850 Placentia Bay, Newfoundland both buried at Mount Carmel Cemetery

...4 Louis Connors 1899 married Agatha Kennedy 1927 Brooklyn NY

....5 John Connors 1934 married Margaret O'Gorman Queens, Long Island, New York

........6 Joanne Connors 1965

..3Thomas Pierce Fitzpatrick (1858-1917) SS Portia

..3 Hugh Fitpatrick 1859