Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Car Ferry is long Overdue Feared Lost
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Toledo News Bee, 10 Dec 1909
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CAR FERRY IS LONG OVERDUE FEARED LOST.

Toldeoan said to have been two of the victims of the Lake craft’s safety

By United Press

Cleveland Dec. 10 The car ferry Marquette and Bessemer, plying between Conneaut, O., and Port Stanley, Ont., is reported missing. She is 40 hours overdue.

Capt. Benson Fox, of the steamer W.C. Davock, reported by wireless to the Cleveland owners at noon today that he passed wreckage off Long Point, Ont., and asked if any vessel had been reported missing.

This is on the course of the car ferry, and it is feared she had foundered in the storm that has been sweeping Lake Erie for the past 48 hours.


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Newspaper
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Date of Publication
10 Dec 1909
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English
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.4055116826707 Longitude: -80.9950452265625
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Randy Johnson
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Car Ferry is long Overdue Feared Lost