R. J. Sanborn (Bark), collision, 1 Jun 1863
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Bark R.J. SANBORN, collided with the Bark GREAT WEST, off Point Au Pelee.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Wednesday, January 20, 1864
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DISABLED. - The propeller CONCORD, Capt. Drake, picked up the bark
R.J. SANBORN in a disabled condition, about fifteen miles east of Point Au Pelee
Island. Her masts were hanging over her sides, and the steering apparatus useless.
She was run into by the bark GREAT WEST No. 1. The CONCORD towed her to
Cleveland. Her crew were all saved. She is owned by D.G. Hilliard, of East Saginaw.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Tuesday, June 9, 1863
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Hull damage: $800
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- William R. McNeil
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