Daily News (Kingston, ON), July 19, 1853
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p.2 Recovery Of The Body Of One Of The Sufferers Of The Ill-fated Ocean Wave - The body of Miss Girard, late ladies maid on board the steamer Ocean Wave, was driven on shore near Oswego. Her youngest brother being informed of the circumstance repaired to the place and secured the remains of his much lamented sister, in order to have them placed in the family burial ground.
Inquest - on a hand from wood boat Midge owned by Luke Whelan.
Port of Napanee - imports, exports, number of vessels arriving - 90; vessels cleared - 94, tonnage, etc. - information from Henry Acton, her Majesty's Collector of Customs at this port. [Napanee Standard]
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- July 19, 1853
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- Rick Neilson
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