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  • CLYDE (1841, Schooner)
    CLYDE (1841, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 10 Sep 1852; Dimensions (LBD): 89.6' x 18.3' x 8.3' ; 1841, May 5 Rigged & launched Chippewa, ONT. 1846 Registered Hamilton, ONT; owned M.W. & E. Browne.; Final Location: 10 miles E. Toronto, ONT. Lake Ontario., Wrecked in a gale.
    Ship     Final Date: 10 Sep 1852; Dimensions (LBD): 89.6' x 18.3' x 8.3' ; 1841, May 5 Rigged & launched Chippewa, ONT. 1846 Registered Hamilton, ONT; owned M.W. & E. Browne.; ...
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  • CLIFTON (1853, Steamer)
    CLIFTON (1853, Steamer)
    Ship       Final Date: 1900; Dimensions (LBD): 187' x 26' x 7.6' ; Replaced EMERALD. 1854, Sep 7 First trip, Buffalo - Point Abino, daily round trips Buffalo, NY - Chippewa, ONT. 1857 Buffalo - Fort Erie ferry service. 1857, Nov Burst steam pipe; owned Buffalo & Lake Huron Railway Co. 1860 ...
    Ship     Final Date: 1900; Dimensions (LBD): 187' x 26' x 7.6' ; Replaced EMERALD. 1854, Sep 7 First trip, Buffalo - Point Abino, daily round trips Buffalo, NY - Chippewa, ONT. ...
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  • SARNIA (1841, Schooner)
    SARNIA (1841, Schooner)
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  • TECUMSETH, H. M. S. (1815, Schooner)
    TECUMSETH, H. M. S. (1815, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1817; Dimensions (LBD): 76' ; 1927 Raised 1953 Raised, now on display at Penetang, ONT.; Final Location: Penetanguishene Harbor, ONT, Georgian Bay Lake Huron, seams opened, sank
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1817; Dimensions (LBD): 76' ; 1927 Raised 1953 Raised, now on display at Penetang, ONT.; Final Location: Penetanguishene Harbor, ONT, Georgian Bay Lake Huron, seams ...
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  • SHANNON (1841, Schooner)
    SHANNON (1841, Schooner)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 93.1' x 18.3' x 8.3' ; 1854 Owned at Port Dover, hull & rig in poor condition 1874 Last year registered; Master Carpenter: Carrick of Buffalo; Original Owner: M.W. & E. Browne
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 93.1' x 18.3' x 8.3' ; 1854 Owned at Port Dover, hull & rig in poor condition 1874 Last year registered; Master Carpenter: Carrick of Buffalo; Original Owner: ...
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  • CANADA (1846, Steamer)
    CANADA (1846, Steamer)
    Ship       Final Date: 28 Aug 1858; Dimensions (LBD): 199.2' x 27.9' x 13' ; 1846, Jun 10 Vessel launched. 1847, Jun 1 First voyage; North Shore Service, Lake Erie to run Buffalo, NY - Detroit, MI with LONDON stopping at Port Colborne, Port Dover, Port Stanley & Windsor; accomodating over 300 ...
    Ship     Final Date: 28 Aug 1858; Dimensions (LBD): 199.2' x 27.9' x 13' ; 1846, Jun 10 Vessel launched. 1847, Jun 1 First voyage; North Shore Service, Lake Erie to run ...
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  • MINOS, H.M.S. (1840, Steamer)
    MINOS, H.M.S. (1840, Steamer)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 148' x 0' x 0' ; 1840 Built as a Man of War, hull planks 5" & sealings 3" with iron bars for reinforcing, hull 22" thick & should repel most shot; armed with eight 18 pounders & 2 mortars. 1840, Nov In sea trials on Lake Erie, ...
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 148' x 0' x 0' ; 1840 Built as a Man of War, hull planks 5" & sealings 3" with iron bars for reinforcing, hull 22" thick & ...
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  • HOPE (1861, Scow Schooner)
    HOPE (1861, Scow Schooner)
    Ship       1878 Owned L.B. Smith, Grantham, ONT.; 92 x 19.2 x 17.3', 131 net tons. (?).
    Ship     1878 Owned L.B. Smith, Grantham, ONT.; 92 x 19.2 x 17.3', 131 net tons. (?).
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  • EMERALD (1844, Steamer)
    EMERALD (1844, Steamer)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 132' x 20' x 8.8' ; 1844, Apr 9 Ran Chippawa, ONT - Buffalo, NY. 1844, Apr 17 Sunk 5 miles below Waterloo in fog. 1844, May 25 Raised. 1844, May 31 Hard aground at Schlosser, Niagara River. 1844, Oct 29 Aground Bird Island Reef (Black Rock); one ...
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 132' x 20' x 8.8' ; 1844, Apr 9 Ran Chippawa, ONT - Buffalo, NY. 1844, Apr 17 Sunk 5 miles below Waterloo in fog. 1844, May 25 ...
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  • ELGIN (1843, Schooner)
    ELGIN (1843, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: OAKLAND; 1854 "Fore & aft schooner; owned at Port Burwell, ONT."
    Ship     Other Names: OAKLAND; 1854 "Fore & aft schooner; owned at Port Burwell, ONT."
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  • LONDON (1845, Steamer)
    LONDON (1845, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: LEE, OLIVER; Final Date: 4 Nov 1857; Dimensions (LBD): 160.6' x 25.2' x 10.6' ; 1845, Mar Ran Buffalo - Amherstburg. 1845, Aug 11 Collided with steamer KENT below Point Pelee, Lake Erie & sank her. 1846 Ran Buffalo - Detroit. 1847, Jun 11 Sunk schooner in collision ...
    Ship     Other Names: LEE, OLIVER; Final Date: 4 Nov 1857; Dimensions (LBD): 160.6' x 25.2' x 10.6' ; 1845, Mar Ran Buffalo - Amherstburg. 1845, Aug 11 Collided with steamer KENT ...
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  • ADELAIDE (1830, Steamer)
    ADELAIDE (1830, Steamer)
    Ship       Other Names: ALLIANCE;ECLIPSE;CHAMPLAIN; Final Date: 3 May 1840; First Canadian steamer on Lake Erie. Built to run Chippawa to Amherstburg, ONT. 1831, Jun Boiler exploded on Lake Erie. 1837 Rebuilt at Detroit, MI 119'6" x 22'6" x 9', 125 90/95 tons. Renamed ECLIPSE. Seized by American force during the Patriot ...
    Ship     Other Names: ALLIANCE;ECLIPSE;CHAMPLAIN; Final Date: 3 May 1840; First Canadian steamer on Lake Erie. Built to run Chippawa to Amherstburg, ONT. 1831, Jun Boiler exploded on Lake Erie. 1837 Rebuilt ...
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  • CAYLEY, WM (1840, Schooner)
    CAYLEY, WM (1840, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: CERES; 1841 Oct 21 Owned McPherson et al, of St. Catherines; wrecked Snake Island in gale, Lake Ontario; lost with cargo flour. 1854 Owned at Kingston, renamed CERES, 120 ton fore & aft schooner; only fit for lumber. 1860 Owned McMasters, Mill Point. ; Original Owner: McPherson & ...
    Ship     Other Names: CERES; 1841 Oct 21 Owned McPherson et al, of St. Catherines; wrecked Snake Island in gale, Lake Ontario; lost with cargo flour. 1854 Owned at Kingston, renamed CERES, ...
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