My boyfriend, direct descendent of William Furber, and I, a descendent of John Cogswell who was also on the Angel Gabriel wreck, visited Pemaquid in February of this year.There is a small museum located on the first floor of the building attached to Pemaquid lighthouse.In the museum look for a notebook called "Shipwrecks".There is some information there on the Angel Gabriel and the ship's passengers.I was particularly interested in some papers concerning depositions given in the Cogswell vs. Cogswell case, about 1676/77.One deposition is by William Furber, Sen.There is a copy of the actual handwritten document by Richard Martyn, Comisr., who wrote down Wm. Furber's words, and a typewritten copy (which I copied out by hand).The case had to do with Cogswell goods that may or may not have been saved from the wreck. In the deposition, Wm. Furber states that in November the year of the wreck, he went to Ipswich (MA) and hired himself out to John Cogswell for one year. The Pemaquid area is very beautiful!When you see the shore with the rocks, you will be able to see the shipwreck in your imagination!Of course, in February, we had a foot of snow on the ground.You should have better weather! I personally have no further knowledge of Wm. Furber.However, my boyfriend's mother has done some research, and I may be able to put you in touch with her.Let me know!