The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
John Breden (Bark), 1 Sep 1862


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LAUNCH. -- The bark JOHN BRADEN, (BREDIN) was launched Saturday 6th. September, of 430 tons, of 142 foot overall length 26 feet 2 inched beam; 13 feet depth. (only part of article readable)
      Toronto GLOBE
      September 10, 1862
     
     
Barkantine JOHN BREDIN. (c) Of 413 tons. Built Port Dalhousie by Donaldson & Andrews in 1862. Owned by John Bredin & others. Home port, Kingston. Value $18,000. Class A 1
      Board of Lake Underwriters
      Marine Register for 1863
     
FOLOI 1 SHIPPING REGISTER -- PORT OF KINGSTON
      Register Number 120
      Name JOHN BREDEN
      Type Barque
      Home port Kingston
      Tonnage 357
      When built 1862
      Where built Port Dalhousie
      Present master Goodearl
      Builders name & date of Certificate: -- Donaldson & Andrews. September 2, 1862.
      Description of Vessel
      Length 140 feet
      Breadth 23 feet & 6/10ths.
      Depth of hold 12 feet
      Masts Three
      Stern Square
      Bowsprit Standing
      How built Carvel
      How rigged Barque
      Figure-head Nil
      Decks One No Galleries
Subscribing owners: -- John Breden, Wm. Breden, Wm. Nickle & Peter Henderson.
      National Archives, Ottawa
      Vol. 206, P.1115 Book Two 1853 to 1863
     
     


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launch, Port Dalhousie
Date of Original:
1862
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McN.E.11019
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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John Breden (Bark), 1 Sep 1862