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D. L. Couch (Schooner), U6503, 1 May 1855

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The new schooner D.L. COUCH, built at the ship yard of Walter Scott, in this city, cleared last evening on her first trip for Toronto. She is a beautiful vessel, of 170 tons measurement. ------ Oswego Journal
      The Democracy, Buffalo
      Wednesday, May 9, 1855

The schooner D.L. COUCH from Oswego came in with a cargo of 200 barrels of plaster and a quantity of merchandise. Speaking of this vessel, the Oswego Times observed that she was built at the ship-yard of Walter Scott in this city, a beautiful vessel of 170 tons measurement and owned by John E. Mulford.
      Toronto Globe
      Wednesday, May 9, 1855
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      Schooner D.L. COUCH of 119 tons, built Black River 1842 by Jones. Home port, Oswego. Remarks - Bottom of schr. ACORN, rebuilt in 1855.
      Board of Lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel Register, 1860

Schooner D.L. COUCH. U. S. No. 6503. Of 85.54 tons. Home port, New Balitmore, Mich.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1869 . . . . .

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D. L. Couch (Schooner), U6503, 1 May 1855