Samuel Marshall (Propeller), U116232, 17 Dec 1902
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The steamer MARSHALL got away at five o'clock last evening with 500 tons of coal for Brockville. The captain of the MARSHALL informed the D.L.& W. agents yesterday that he would leave at five o'clock yesterday afternoon, being afraid that if the wind shifted and come out of the northwest, that he would be forced to lay up for the winter. When five o'clock came he cast off the lines and started, although he had but half a load. The MARSHALL has been sold and is to be delivered at Brockville. Hence the captains desire to land her there.
Wed., December 17, 1902
Capt. Edward Smith has sold the propeller SAMUEL MARSHALL to the Canada Central Coal Company of Brockville, Ont. The price is said to have been $25,000.
Buffalo Evening News
December 22, 1902
Steam screw SAMUEL MARSHALL. U. S. No. 116232. Of 755 tons gross; 649 tons net. Built Grand Haven, Mich., 1888. Home port, Buffalo, N.Y. 198.0 x 34.2 x 15.2 Crew of 20. Of 560 indicated horsepower.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1902
Steam screw BRANTFORD.* Official Canadian No. 107426. Of 772 gross tons; 540 tons Reg. Built at Grand Haven, Mich., in 1888. Home port, Kingston, Ont. 198.0 x 33.4 x 14.6 Of 72 horse power. Owned by John F. Sowards, of Kingston, Ont.
*Formerly SAMUEL MARSHALL.
List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the Dominion
of Canada on December 31, 1933
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