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Montgomery (Schooner), 19 May 1847

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ANOTHER NEW SCHOONER. -- The MONTGOMERY, a new schooner of 250 tons, built at Cleveland the past winter, for Messrs. D. N. Barney & Co., came into port yesterday morning with a full load of wheat and flour. She was built by Sanford & Moses and is certainly a fine craft. She is sailed by Capt. Inkstar, formerly of the schooner MADISON. -- Buffalo Express.
      Cleveland Weekly Herald
      Wednesday, May 19, 1847

Schooner MONTGOMERY of Cleveland. Of 248.51 tons. Built by Sanford & Moses at Cleveland in 1847. Owned by H.H. Barney and commanded by Capt. J. Inkstar. One deck; two masts; square stern; scroll head. 113.2 x 24.3 x 9.7
      Cleveland Enrollment
      dated April 17, 1847

Schooner MONTGOMERY, built Ohio City,O. 1847, lost Lake Ontario, 1856.
      Herman Runge Notes
The Milwaukee American of the 10th, says that the schooner MONTGOMERY, owned by E.A. Bruce, of Chicago, and bound from Kenosha to Oswego with 12,000 bushels of wheat, is ashore opposite Nicholson's Island. Not insured.
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      Saturday, December 13, 1856

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Montgomery (Schooner), 19 May 1847