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Olive Branch Ireland The ship foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off the west coast of Ireland. She was on a voyage from New York to Dublin.
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Fabulous find. Would additional information be found in Lloyd's of London's records or might this have made the Dublin or New York newspapers?
Newspapers.com has a number of articles about the Olive Branch and the Patton's of New York. Did not find anything about Samuel Patton but he could have been the lone survivor mentioned in the article below. There is a great story about a Capt. Joshua Patton and his wife. You may want to subscribe to newspapers.com or at least get the free trial. When reading this remember that the f's are s's. I only looked for the "Olive Branch in the year 1789."
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Please review the National Archives of the United Kingdom’s guide to How to look for records of Ships wrecked or sunk. You also may wish to contact the National Library of Ireland and the National Archives of Ireland.
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