A. G. Ryan (Schooner), 1879
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Schooner HOMEWARD BOUND. [c]. Of 115 tons. Built at Port Rowan in 1854 by M.F. Troyer & Co. Owned by Troyer & Co. Home port, Port Burwell. Class, E. Value $4,000. REMARKS. - Formerly R.O. LAKE; repaired in 1864.
Register of the Ships of the Lakes
and River St. Lawrence, 1864 [Appendia}
Schooner R.O. LAKE. [C] Of 115 tons. Built at Port Rowan in 1854 by M.F. Troyer. Owned by Troyer & Co. Home port, Port Rowan. Class, B 2. Value $3,000. REMARKS. -- Rather Flat, Formerly PRINCESS ROYAL.
Board of Lake Underwriters
Lake Vessel register, 1860
Schooner A.G. RYAN. [C] Of 115 tons. Built at Port Rowan in 1854 by Foster. Owned by W. Ryan & others. Home port, Kingston. Class, B 1. Value $3,500. REMARKS. -- Rebuilt 1877. Formerly HOMEWARD BOUND
Associatuion of Lake Underwriters
Lake Hull Register, 1879
NOTE: -- [a] PRINCESS ROYAL, [b] R.O. LAKE. [C] HOMEWARD BOUND, [D] A.G. RYAN.
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- ex PRINCESS ROYAL, HOMEWARD BOUND
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes