The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ella Ross (Steamboat), C77589, 1887

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Clayton.---Captain W. Garrett, of Smith's Falls, has bought the steamer GIPSEY from the Rathbun Company. He intends to change her name to ELLA ROSS, and will add several more state rooms. It is his intention to make one trip a week from Montreal to Kingston, via Ottawa and the Rideau canal and return by the St. Lawrence.
      The Marine Record
      Thurs. February 24, 1887 p.5

Side wheel steamer ELLA ROSS. Of 17 tons. Built at Montreal in 1876 by Webster. Owned by Rathbun & Co. Home port, Deseranto. value $0,000. Class A 2. REMARKS. -- Iron, River & Bay. Formerly GIPSEY.
      Inland Lloyds Vessel Register
      Canadian Hulls, 1890


Paddlewheel Steamer ELLA ROSS.* Canada Official No. 77589. Of 228 tons gross; 125 tons Reg. Built at Montreal, Que., in 1879. Home port, Deseronto, Ont. Owned by the Rathbun Co. of Deseronto, Ont. 99.2 x 27.8 x 6.4
      * formerly steamer GIPSY.
      Name Changes from Registry Books of the Dominion of Canada,
      on December 31, 1913. Sessional Papers Vol. XLV11 No. 16

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Ella Ross (Steamboat), C77589, 1887