- Propulsion Type
- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- 1846, Apr 23 Owned John Holmes, Chateaugay, QUE & Soc. Nav. du Lac St. Pierre.
- 1853, Mar 7 Owned McMartin & McNaughton et al.
- 1853, Nov 14 Damaged in collision, St. Lawrence River.
- 1854, May Owned J. & F. McCuaig & Co.; ran Rideau Canal, Kingston - Ottawa.
- 1854, Dec 26 Owned J. & Hugh McLennan, Montreal, QUE.
- 1855 Rebuilt at Montreal.
- 1855, Apr Owned Mr. Farrel.
- 1857, Jul 7 Drydocked for repairs.
- 1858, May 22 Described on Lake Ontario as "small steamer of 24 tons".
- 1859 - 60 Assisted vessels.
- 1864 Owned James Moodie, Toronto, ONT; iron ferry; 50 tons.
- 1866 Owned Richelieu Co., Sorel, QUE.
- 1869 92 gross / 46 registered tons.
- 1872 Passenger steamer, St. Frances & Sorel.
- 1875 Owned William Anglin, Kingston, ONT (managing owner of Richelieu Co.?).
- 1876 Rebuilt; 214 gross / 129 registered tons; owned Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co., Montreal; C33438.
- 1879 Listed as MOUCHE A` FEU (French for FIRE FLY).
- 1880, Jun Hull shortened one foot to go through locks; repaired from last season's damage.
- 1910 Broken up.
- Newspaper Clippings
- Maritime History of the Great Lakes - Internet
- Marine Directory, R.L. Polk Co., Detroit
- Inland Lloyds Marine Directory
- Canadian Sessional Papers
- Canadian Registers
- Canadian List of Shipping
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
- Beesons Marine Directory
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