The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
William John (Schooner), 1871


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Port Number: 256 Year Number: 2 of' 1872
Name: WILLIAM JOHN
Description: Schooner
Tons: 68
When Built: 1871 (Rebuilt)
Where Built: Portsmouth, near Kingston
Present Master: John Wilson
Builders name & date of certificate: James Wilson, March 50, 1872
Description of vessel:

      Length: 65 feet & 4/lOths.
      Breadth: 19 f'eet & 3/lOths.
      Hold: 6 feet & 6/lOths. at amidships

      Masts: Two
      Stern: Square
      Bowsprit: Standing
      How Rigged: Schooner
      How Built: Carvel
      Figure-head: None
      Decks: One
Suscribing owners: James Wilson sole owner sold to James Savage of Wellington, Prince Edward County dated April 18, 1872

Length inside at 1/2 amidships 62 feet & 1/10ths.
Breadth inside at 2/5 ths. depth 18 feet & 1/10th.

NOTATION Vessel originally registered at Port Of Brighton, wrecked and rebuilt, & remeasured, then registered at the port of Kingston April 15, 1872
      Original name - BOB WILSON
      Port of Kingston Shipping Registers
      1846 to 1874
     


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Newspaper
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Clippings
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ex BOB WILSON
Date of Original:
1871
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Local identifier:
McN.R.1112
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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William John (Schooner), 1871