The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Carriella (Propeller), 1870

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FAIRY QUEEN. A small steamer built by Garside at Toronto, sold to B. W. Gossage for $1,000, the vessel is to be transported overland on two flat cars, and relaunched at Bell Ewart where she will run from Orillia to Winshago Mills on the Severn,( two miles from Muskoka Falls). The FAIRY QUEEN had been used as a small ferry between Toronto & the Toronto Islands last year.
      Toronto Daily GLOBE
      April 25th. 1862

FAIRY, Propeller of 18 tons(American), built by Garside at Toronto in 1860, owned by Gossage. Port of Hail-Orillia, valued at $1,000 and classed as a tug, B I
      Association of Canadian Lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel Register for 1866

FAIRY, was later rebuilt as the CARRIE ELLA by D. L. Sanson of Orillia in 1870, and was commanded by Capt. Peter Lyons and later by his son Capt. O. H. Lyons of Barrie, until 1878
      from Landmarks of Canada
      a guide to the collection
      of J. Ross Robertson

CARIELLA, Screw propeller of 19 tons register, 29 tons gross, a screw propeller built in 1869 at Barrie Ont. by D. L. Sanson of Orillia. 70 X 12 X 4.5. D. L. Sanson is listed as the owner.
      Dominion of Canada
      Vessel Registry 1874

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Carriella (Propeller), 1870