Nellie Sherwood (Schooner), 1873
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Schooner NELLIE SHERWOOD. [C] Of 88 tons. Built at Algonac in 1867 by Robertson. Owned by George Sherwood. Home port, Montreal. Value, $4,000. Class B 1. REMARKS. -- Formerly MARKET DRATON.
National Board of Lake Underwriters
Lake vessel register, 1873 [Supplement No. 7]
Schooner MARKET DRAYTON. U.S. No. 17747. Of 88.01 tons. Home port, Chicago, Ill.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1871
A dispatch from Owen Sound says that it is believed that there is another ship lost in the storm. The schooner NELLIE SHERWOOD has foundered in Georgian Bay last Thursday. Shge sailed from Owen Sound on the 12th inst. bound to Algona Mills. The SHERWOOD was loaded with flat cars for the C. P. R. She was a small vessel, being only 108 tons burden, was built at Algonac in June 1867, hailed from Trenton, Ont., was owned by a Mr. Nickle and valued at $2,500, and rated B 1. She was a Canadian bottom and was formerly named MARKET DRAYTON. She carried a crew of 7 all told, all of whom are believed to have gone down with the schooner.
Port Huron Daily Times
Friday, September 22, 1882
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- William R. McNeil
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