William F. Logie (Tug), 1 Nov 1881
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Buffalo Courier. -- And still another new canal tug has just come out here. She is called the WILLIAM F. LOGIE and is owned by John C. Souter. Her length is 43 feet; beam 12 feet, hold 6 feet 3 inches. She has a 13 x 14 inch engine made by Knight & Sisson; and her steel boiler of 55 inches shell and 108 inches length comes from the shop of Donaldson & Howard, and is larger than usual for canal tugs. The boat was built by O'Grader & Maher, and is well built and fine looking. She is handled by Captain Isaac Souter.
Friday, November 4, 1881
Two Buffalo tugs, the WILLIAM F. LOGIEand the GEORGE H. NOTTER, were sold Saturday to Sincennes McNaughton of Montreal.
Port Huron Daily Times
Wednesday, June 21, 1882
NOTE:- both of these tugs would likely have their names changes when becoming Canadian
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- William R. McNeil
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