Josephine Kidd (Propeller), 1882
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The following vessels have had their names changed during the last calendar year, by permission of His Excellency the Governor-in-Council, viz: -
Steamer SANFORD DAVIS, of Collingwood, changed to BEATRICE.
Steamer CALABRIA, of Hamilton, changed to GLENFINLAS.
Steamer STANLEY, of Port Stanley, changed to JOSEPHINE KIDD.
Sessional Papers, Canada [No. 5] A. 1882
The steamer JOSEPHINE KIDD, formerly the STANLEY, was burned on Saturday last on Georgian Bay. The captain discovered the fire and ran her ashore off Cape Commodore. The crew were all saved but the vessel and cargo are a total loss.
Port huron Daily Times
Thursday, November 9, 1882
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- ex STANLEY
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes