Gerald B. Russell (Propeller), C100727, 1935
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Steam screw GERALD B. RUSSELL.* Official Canadian No. 100727. Of 107 tons gross; 60 tons reg. Built at Montreal, Que., in 1893. Home port, Montreal, Que. 101.1 x 17.0 x 10.4 and 37 horse power. Owned by the Sincennes McNaughton Tugs, Ltd., Montreal, Que.
* Formerly GERALD MORGAN and SPRAY.
List of Vessels on Registry Books of the Dominion
of Canada on the 31st. Day of December, 1933
NOTE:- [a] SPRAY, [b] GERALD MORGAN, [c] GERALD B. RUSSELL.
Name: [ GERALD B. RUSSELL ] Date: [ 1926/10/01 ] Location: [MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA ] Registriation: [ 18/1893 ] Date Registered: [ 1893/07/25 ] Official Number: [ 100727 ] First Registration: [ YES ]
Name: [ GERALD MORGAN ] Date: [ 1922/09/15 ]
Name: [ SPRAY ]
Original Building Information
Built By: [ J. & R. WEIR MONTREAL ] Built At: [ MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA ] Date Built: [ 1893 ] Length: [ 100.10 ] Beam: [ 17.00 ] Depth: [ 10.40 ] Gross: [ 106.56 ] Net: [ 59.85 ]
Deck: [ ONE ] Type: [ CARVEL ] Stern: [ROUND ] Gallery: [NONE ] Figure: [ NO ] Frame: [ IRON ] Propulsion: [ STEAM SCREW ] Number of Masts: [ NONE ] Type of Rig: [ NOT ]
Type of Engine: [ COMPOUND ] Number of Engines: [ONE ] Date Built: [ 1903 ] Built by: [PONTBRIAND SOREL QUE ] Horsepower: [ 37.50 ] Unit Horsepower: [N.H.P. ]
Type of Boiler: [ FIREBOX ] Number of Boilers: [ONE ] Built by: [JOHN INGLIS TORONTO ONT ] Date: [1916 ]
Date of Reason Closed: [1927/04/22 ] Reason Closed: [TRANSFERRED ] Place Closed: [ TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA ] Remark: [(NOTE: ORIGINAL ENGINE WAS BUILT IN "1889" BY "D.M. KEVON & SON, KINGSTON, ONT" AND HAD "30" HORSEPOWER.) ]
Source of Data
N.A.C., RG-42, C-2470, VOL. 411
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NOTE:-- The above registrations are backwards.
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- ex SPRAY, GERALD MORGAN
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- William R. McNeil
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