The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Sir C. T. Van Straubenzie (Schooner), C75632


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SIR C.T. VAN STRAUBENZIE, Official Canadian Number 75632. of 317 tons. Home port, St. Catharines. sunk by collision with CITY OF ERIE 8 miles east of Long Point, Lake Erie, September 27, 1909
      Casualty List for 1909
      Dept. of Transport

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Bark SIR C.T. VAN STRAUBENZIE, Official Canadian No. 75632. Built St. Catharines, Ont. 1875. Home port, St. Catharines. 127.7 x 26.2 x 13. Of 317 tons reg. Owned by John Williams, Toronto. Ont.
      List of Canadian Vessels, 1905
      Dept. of Marine & Fisheries



"Sir C.T. Van Straubenzie" was named after Gen. Sir Charles Thomas Van Straubenzee KCB, he was Governor of Malta, Louis Shickluna's birthplace, from 1872 to 1878. Shickluna revisited Malta in 1871-72, and perhaps met Van Straubenzee there.
      from Lachlan MacCrae


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William R. McNeil
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Sir C. T. Van Straubenzie (Schooner), C75632