The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ida Walker (Schooner), C80772, 1880


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The Chicago Times says the schr. NEW DOMINION has been overhauled at Sarnia at a cost of $3,000, and her name changed to IDA WALKER. This is not Capt. Mallott's NEW DOMINION, which was recently on Buffalo pier. Changing the name no doubt was owing to the 2 vessels getting continually "mixed."
      Buffalo Morning Express
      May 4, 1880 4-5



      Register Number: 23
      Name : NEW DOMINION
      Type: Schooner
      Tonnage: 220
      When built : 1867
      Where built : Sophiasburg.
      Master's name : R. A. Norman
      Builder's name & date of Certificate. Wm. G. Gorman, July 16, 1867
      Length : 115 feet
      Breadth: 25 feet & 10 inches [ above]
      Depth of hold: 10 feet & 3 inches
      Masts : Two
      Stern : Square
      Bowsprit: Standing
      How built: Carvel
      How rigged : Schooner
      Figure-head: None
      Decks : One
     
      Subscribing owners: C. Wilson & R.A. Norman, sold to Ross Robertson of Kincardine & Fred Robertson of Goderich dated March 10, 1875
      NOTATIONS : CARRIED TO NEW BOOK
      from Book of Transactions
      NEW DOMINION
      Name Changed to IDA WALKER, and register transferred to Sarnia May 20, 1880
      From Port of Picton Shipping Register 1851 to 1882
     
     
     
     


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Newspaper
Item Type:
Clippings
Notes:
ex NEW DOMINION
Date of Original:
1880
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Local identifier:
McN.R.27
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Ida Walker (Schooner), C80772, 1880