The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Gipsy Queen (Barge), 1871


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Port Number: 256 Year Number: 4 of 1871
Name: GIPSY QUEEN
Description : Barge
Tons: 53
When Built: 1870
Where Built: Dog Lake, County of Frontenac
Present Master: Samuel Knapp
Builders name & date of certificate: Samuel Knapp, Oct. 29, 1870
Description of vessel:
      Length: 94 feet & 4/lOths.
      Breadth: 19 feet & 6/lOths.
      Depth of hold: 5 feet & 5/lOths.
      Masts: None
      Stern: Square
      Bowsprit: None
      How rigged: Not
      How Built; Carvel
      Figure-head; None
      Decks: One
Subscribing owners: Arthur Choun (?) sold to Hebron Harris of Kemptville, County of Renville dated April 20, 1871
Length inside at ½ amidships depth 85 feet & 4/lOths.
Breadth inside amidships at 2/5 ths. 14 feet & 8/lOths.
NOTATIONS No name painted on any part of the barge
NOTE it appears that the barge GIPSY QUEEN was firstly called the ROBERT DAVIS
      Port of Kingston Shipping Registers
      1846 to 1874
     


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Newspaper
Item Type:
Clippings
Notes:
ex ROBERT DAVIS
Date of Original:
1871
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
McN.R.1111
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Gipsy Queen (Barge), 1871