- Sail Number Masts
- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- 1862, May 5 Loading cargo of oil at Sarnia, ONT; bound for Liverpool, England.
- 1862-63 Converted to "three & after" schooner.
- 1863 Owned Norris & Neelon, St. Catharines, ONT; 507 tons.
- 1871 Owned Graham & Campbell, St. Catharines; 383 tons.
- 1872 Ashore 2 miles below Port Dalhousie, ONT, Lake Ontario.
- 1874 Rebuilt at St. Catharines; renamed SLIGO.
- 1878 Owned J.G. Graham, St. Catharines.
- 1879 Owned Graham & O., St. Catharines.
- 1880 Broke her moorings in gale at Kingston & tore 3 other vessels loose.
- 1880 Rebuilt.
- 1887, Apr 27 Owned, Captain Kerwin, Port Sarnia, ONT.
- 1890, Oct 1 Stranded, head of Round Island, Lake Superior.
- 1893 Converted to schooner-barge at James Simpson Shipyard, Port McNicoll, ONT; 284 tons.
- 1909 Owned Haney & Miller.
- 1909 Owned Point Anne Quarries, Ltd.
- c1910 Buried in slip when Adamson's Elevator collapsed with 1,000 tons of stone, timber & galvanized iron; returned to service.
- 1918, Sep 5 Sank in thunderstorm, Lake Ontario.
- c1987 Located by SCUBA diver Don MacIntyre, Toronto, ONT.
- William MacDonald Collection, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit
- Newspaper Clippings
- John O. Greenwood
- Detroit & St. Clair River Towing Association, c.1867
- Canadian Sessional Papers
- Canadian Registers
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
- Beesons Marine Directory
- Beers, History of the Great Lakes,
- Unique ID
- John Scougall
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- 2008-02-25 01:47:46