Emma (Schooner), C33459, 1854
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Schooner EMMA. [C] 168 tons. Built 1849 at Oswego. Owned by Garrett & Co. Home port, Hamilton. Value $2,600. Class B 2. REMARKS. -- formerly the C. AMES; large repairs.
Board of Lake Underwriters
Lake Vessel Register, 1860
PORT OF MONTREAL
Port Number 4 of 1854. Dated April 1, 1854
Schooner - - EMMA, Former name CAROLINE AMES
Tonnage - - 132.15
Where Built- - Little Salmon Creek, N.Y.
Date Built - - 1849
Length - - 90 feet
Breadth - - 17 feet & eight tenths
Depth of hold - 8 feet & six tenths
Masts - - Two
Stern - - Square
Figure-head - None
Master's name - A. MacIntyre
Owner - Charles Freeland, of Hamilton and -?- Garrett, of Hamilton.
Bill of Sale, dated Buffalo, N.Y., Feb. 2, 1854
QUICK WORK. - The schooner CAROLINE AMES, which went ashore near Long Point, some time since, with a cargo of salt, and filled, was abandoned by her owners to the Underwriters, and by them sold to Mr. E.K. Bruce of this city, has been got off and brought into port. She was pumped out by a rotary steam pump belonging to Messrs. Fox & Bruce in just fifteen minutes under the supervision of Capt. B.F. Davison.
Buffalo Daily Republic
Thursday, July 19, 1853
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- ex CAROLINE AMES
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes