EMILY Schooner, lost on Lake Michigan, with all hands, five in all, probably foundered. April, 1857. Property loss $2,500
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
January 28, 1858 (casualty list)
Vesel Probably Lost. -- Apprehensions are felt for the safety of the schooner EMILY, belonging to this port, which sailed three weeks ago for Sand Bay, and has not been heard of since. It is feared that she foundered in the lats severe gale.
The EMILY was a fine staunch craft, valued at $?,000. She was insurd in the Merchant's Insurance Co. for $1,300. Captain Jacobson, who sailed her, and N. Thompson, of this city, were the owners. The Captain's wife was on board, and there was a crew of four men, one named Lewis Anderson, of this city, another called Henry, from Manitowoc, and two others, unknown. -- Milwaukee Sent. 27th.
Buffalo Daily Republic
Thursday, April 30, 1857
EMILY Schooner, foundered on Lake Ontario. April 1857. Property loss $1,700
Chicago Daily Press
Casualty List for 1857
NOTE:- a difference in the lake ??