The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Edith (Schooner)

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Type. Schooner
Port Hamilton
Tons. 80
When Built 1851
Where Built Bronte
Builders name & date of Certificate:- Wm. Ashaan, May 10,1852
Description of vessel:- Surveyor,W.Pring
      Length. 67 feet
      Breadth 18 feet & six tenths
      Depth of hold 7 feet & four tenths
Decks. One
Masts. Two
Bowsprit Standing
Stern Square
Figure-head With a figure-head
How rigged Schooner Carvel built
Masters name George Wilson
Subscribing owners:- T.C.Kerr of Hamilton owner of all 64 shares, sold to M.W.Browne of Hamilton,
dated March I4, I854;who sold to Z.Palamateer a mariner of Hamilton dated May 7,I855;who sold to
R.A.Norman of Pictoa & Wm.Abercrombie of Picton 32 shares each dated Feb.I8,I863. by Feb.I864
vessel was owned by the 32 shares to R.A.Norman & 32 shares to J.Langmuire of Picton.
      Registers remarks:- Transferred to Book of Transactions Folio 15
Book of Transactions Folio 15- George P.Cameron of Marysburgh sold vessel to Horace Yeomans of
Belleville dated May 16,1876
      Registers Note- SAID TO BE LOST PREVIOUS TO I882
      Port of Hamilton, Shipping Register, 1846 to 1874, Vol.362
      National Archives, Canada Microfilm reel C-2465

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Edith (Schooner)