George Edward Ferrell
Neglect of Duty 30 November 1898

George Edward Ferrell worked on the tug boat Inca in Glynn Co during the late 1800's, after moving to Darien he became a harbor pilot until abt 1930.

In 1898 George was charged with neglect of duty. The complaint was from Brady, master of the ship Avon. The charge was "NEGLECT OF  DUTY" , FAILURE TO CARRY HIS SHIP TO SEA NOV. 30. 1898.

Mr. Ferrell was found guilty and fined $ 250.00 and cost. a great sum in that day and time. The charge was serious. Ferrell's appeal was rejected.

 

Submitted by Bill Smith from the Darien, McIntosh Co., Georgia City Hall Records.

 

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