The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Canada (Schooner), 1854


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Top-sail schooner CANADA. [C] of 100 tons. Built at Wellington Square in 1836 by Wyllie. Owned by Charles Hunt. Home port, Windsor. Class Æ in hull, Æ in stores. Value £800. REMARKS. - Rebuilt at Wellington Square in 1840. Repaired in 1853. Old "WILLIAM GORDON"
      Register of British Shipping
      Inland Waters, 1854
     
     

Name Wm. GORDON
Type Schooner
Port Hamilton
Tons. 58 & 1/4
When Built 1838
Where Built Wellington Square
Builders name & date of Certificate:- H.G.Miller. Sept. 9, 1847
Description of vessel:-Surveyor. Wm. Pring
      Length 82 reet & one tenth
      Breadth 17 feet & one tenth
      Depth of hold 5 feet & two tenths
Decks One
Masts Two
Bowsprit Standing
Stern Square
Figure-head Without
Rigged Schooner. Carvel built
Masters name Whittem (1)
Subscribing owners:- Wm.Moody of Kingston, a blacksmith, owns all 64 shares dated Sept.9th.1847
Registers remarks :- Lost
      Port of Hamilton, Shipping Register, 1846 to 1874, Vol.362
      National Archives, Canada Microfilm reel C-2465


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ex WILLIAM GORDON
Date of Original:
1854
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Local identifier:
McN.R.497
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Canada (Schooner), 1854