The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Carrie Woodford (Schooner), 30 Mar 1863

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From the Toledo Blade we learn that the schooner MINNIE KINNE, Captain
Sweetland, has had a new deck and is being painted and repaired generally.
      The schooner MARY COLLINS has been rebuilt from her water line, her color is being changed from black to white. She is to be commanded by Capt. Radcliff
      The schooner MAIZE, owned by Carrington & Casey, commanded by Captain Rooney, is being thoroughly overhauled and is about ready to take in cargo.
      The schooners J.C. FREMONT and CARRIE WOODFORD, the former commanded by
Capt. Samuel Cowles, the latter by Capt. Skeldon, are being overhauled and are getting ready for business on the opening.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Monday, March 30, 1863

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      CARRIE WOODFORD, schooner of 127 tons, built at Saginaw by Carpenter in 1856. Owned by M.S. Woodford. Home port, Dunkirk. Class B 1. Value $3,600. Remarks:- Formerly JAVA, rebuilt in 1859.
      Board of Lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel Register, 1860

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Carrie Woodford (Schooner), 30 Mar 1863