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One of the bombs is kept in a bucket of water. Demers dons gloves and gingerly displays the 10 inch by 3 inch object a rectangular bottom section, which had been carved centuries ago to hold flint, gunpowder and fragments of glass. The bomb was then covered with a wooden top and tied with wire or rawhide.
As Demers shows off his collection, his eyes light up.
Demers and his wife of 54 years, Nancy, also have two daughters, Paula Gagne and Diane Denoncourt, both of Manchester. Nancy, a former St. Jeanne Shaheen. Baard's Motivation Matters: Conflict at work adds up and subtracts from productivity 0Hannah Grimes incubator in Keene readies for renovation 0Innis in the 1st: A strong choice for Congress 2New faces, proven veterans will assure Union Leader's solid hold on the news 0
"That's what I needed to identify the ship. The diameter of each hole tells me the size of the rope and then it tells me the size of the ship," he said. "I was trying to locate where the fire started, and because it's charred on one side it tells me the fire started in a kiln on the galley. The fire burned the rope first and the deadeye would have fallen over."
and collecting their sunken treasure, Demers, 73, and John, 53, of Merrimack, are hoping to bring the collection to the public. It's a project in the works with the New Hampshire Division of Natural Resources. The specimens have been cataloged, photographed and authenticated by professionals, and all documented in a manuscript written by Demers and his son. Authentication, Demers said, was the first priority.
"The bottle seal came first. It was a wedding date on Oct. 5, 1723, and the married couple were headed to the Barbary Coast on a diplomatic mission. The wine bottles were handed out to guests to commemorate the wedding and voyage," Demers said. "There was Ghd Platinum® Serene Pearl Styler also a shipment of yellow Sgrafitto ware, painted with birds and flowers."
The onion bottle's seal was the link to discovering the owner of the privateer, Capt. George Jackson, an Indian fighter and son in law to one of the first settlers along the Piscataqua River in Maine, Col. William Pepperell.
BEDFORD RAY DEMERS and his son, John, were diving for sea scallops in New Castle when they came across silty mud. Ray stuck his hand in the muck and pulled out an object an onion bottle dating back to 1723.
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"I have the oldest bottles discovered in this historic area," Demers said. "There's a tremendous amount of history in these waters."
The two scuba divers had discovered debris from sunken ships that began their lifelong journey of researching the fate of the ships, and the objects that had been untouched for nearly 250 years.
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"They could shoot it out of a cannon or throw it, and it explodes. Have you ever seen pictures of seamen with eye patches or wooden legs?" he said.
name W. Darracott 1723 and was among other items found at the site, including a shipment of Devonshire Sgrafitto pottery and two cannons all providing clues that revealed the origin of the privateer and its journey from England to the West Indies to North Carolina and New Hampshire.
because once you break the seal, the cannon crumbles," he said.
The men worked on three sites at one time, including specimens from an English naval ship and two privateers, which are privately owned warships sanctioned by the governor to fight off shore.
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One of the ships was the 20 gun HMS Astrea that burned in Portsmouth Harbor in 1744. The ship was of Spanish origin but had been defeated by the British in Porto Bello in Panama in 1739.
"The English Navy retained the Spanish name Astrae, but adopted a slight variation so it's pronounceable," he said. "In Greek mythology, the name means star maiden and the English translation is a daughter of Zeus and Themes."
The men also found two 7 foot, 2,100 pound cannons that were discovered after Demers lost his scuba tanks. The cannons had been towed ashore by other divers, and had been encrusted through an electrolysis between the sand and metal, he said.
The father and son also found hundreds of earthenware, pipes, bottles, mugs, cannon balls, animal bones, leather shoes, pewter ware, jars, a ship's knee and lower deadeye, a nautical divider and wooden bombs.
Through research, Demers found that the HMS Astrea had been anchored somewhere in Portsmouth Harbor. The condition of the ship's lower deadeye gave him clues about the fire and the ship's demise.
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