Propeller FOREST QUEEN, sprang a leak in a gale on Lake Erie, the deck load was jetted and the vessel ran ashore near Euclid.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
January 26, 1863 (Casualty List, 1862)
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ran ashore. - The propeller FOREST QUEEN, of the New York Central Line, off Fairport sprang a leak and was run ashore above Fairport to save the hull of the vessel. Her hull was insured for $10,000 in the Aetna Insurance Company and her cargo for $14,000 in the Western Insurance Company of Buffalo.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Thursday, September 4, 1862
LOSS OF THE PROPELLER FOREST QUEEN. -- We learn that the propeller FOREST QUEEN, Capt. Neil Carney of the new York Central Line, was lost on Sunday night, last, near Euclid, above Grand River. She sprung a leak during the storm, when the deck load was thrown over. The vessel was afterwards run ashore, and became a total wreck. The crew were saved. - Buffalo Com.
Goderich Signal, Semi Weekly
September 16, 1862
\Steam screw FOREST QUEEN. Of 467 tons gross. Built Ohio City, Ohio 1852. First home port, Cleveland, Ohio. DISPOSITION:-- Lost 1868 by ice, at Clay Banks, Wis.[sic] No lives lost.
Merchant Steam Vessels of the U. S.
Lytle-Holdcamper List, 1790 to 1868