The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 27 Nov. 1827, page 2

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Buffalo, Nov. 13.

The Wrecks.--The names of the persons lost on board the schr. Ann, are now ascertained. In addition to Mrs. Judson, there were two ladies named Pelton, a man named Hammond, who lived near Sandusky, and 2 sailors, named William M'Kenzie and Solomon Williams, the latter a coloured man. There was also a child lost, whose name we have not learned.

The schr. Farmer has been got off, and has arrived at Erie, but little damaged. Her cargo was valued at about $25,000, which is very much damaged, having remained under water six or seven days, only $2,000 of which was ensured. The Canadian schr. Susan, was chartered to take the cargo to Erie. We have heard of no further accident.--Journal.

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Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 27 Nov. 1827, page 2