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Kitty Friel (Propeller), 1869


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KITTY FRIEL steam barge propeller of 91 tons reg. Built Kingston 1869, 99 x 18.8 x 6 Owned by H.Harris, Kemptville, Ont. Lumber merchant REMARKS---Registered under provincial Act.
      Govt. of Canada, Vessel Register
      Port of Kingston, 1873

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FRIEL, KITTY (Canadian) Prop.46 tons (new tonnage) Built Dog Lake 1869 by B.Friel
      National Board of lake Underwriters
      Vessel Register for 1873

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FRIEL, KITTY Prop. of 19 tons (American tonnage.) Built by Freal at Dog Lake in 1867. Home Port, Kingston. Valued at $1,600. Class B 2. Last survey, March,7 REMARKS --Tug
      Association of Canadian lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel Register for 1873

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KITTY FRIEL steam\barge propeller of 62 tons reg. 91 tons gross. Built 1869 at Kingston, Ont. 99 x 18.8 x 6 Owned by H. Harris of Kemptville, Ont. a lumber merchant. REMARKS---Classed B 2 lake Association
      Govt. of Canada. Vessel register
      Port of Kingston, 1874

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FRIEL, KITTY Prop. of 19 tons. Built at Dog Lake in 1867 by Friel. Home port, Kingston. Owned by Friel. Value $1,600 Class B 2. REMARKS--Tug
      Association of Canadian Lake Underwriters
      The Marine Register for 1874

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KITTY FRIEL steamer of 58 tons Reg. While bound from Ottawa to Kingston a spark from her funnel set her alight August 18, 1879. She burned to the waters edge, total loss. Vessel was 10 years old. Home port, Kingston. Amount of loss, hull $2,500; cargo $800
      Statement of Wreck and Casualty, 1879
      Dept. of Marine & Fisheries

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KITTY FRIEL Propeller of 6 horse power, of 85 tons gross. 58 tons reg. Built at Battersea. Employed for freight on the Rideau Canal.
      Statement of the Number of Steam Vessels, Lost, Broken-up, or
      Laid-up, as Unfit for Service, During the Year Ending Dec.31, 1881

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A party at Irish Creek, Rideau Canal, where they will raise the steamer KITTY FRIEL, which was burned to the waters edge recently. The machinery will be repaired in Ottawa,
      Kingston Whig-Standard
      Nov. 1, 1880


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documentation
Date of Original:
1869
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McN.E.1979
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Kitty Friel (Propeller), 1869