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Anchor Sold in Elizabeth City Pawn Shop Recently
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I saw an Admiralty type anchor for sale in the shop across from Muddy's about a month ago. I was told it had been salvaged from a local scrap yard. It was "rusty fresh" from the water. I would say it…Continue

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"The Sea Bird and the Commodore Perry got tangled when they collided and Flusser cut the anchor of the Perry loose so he could pursue another ship. That's one possibility. Another is the Sea Bird's anchor. Another is the Forrest's…"
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"5 French flags were in a locker at Gosport when the Confederates took possession according to the inventory. Lynch more than likely used these."
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Could the french looking flag used by Lynch and other ships have come fron the Proney? Such a flag was on the surviving ship in Hampton Roads.See More
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Seabird Flag

Could the french looking flag used by Lynch and other ships have come fron the Proney? Such a flag was on the surviving ship in Hampton Roads.

Posted on February 29, 2012 at 12:54pm — 1 Comment

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