Schooner B.F. DAVY, ashore at Port Colborne; total loss.
Marine Disasters 1867, Lake Erie
Toledo Blade, December 21, 1867
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Port Colborne, C. W., Nov. 30th. -- The schooner B. F. DAVIS, of Chicago, loaded with corn and bound for Kingston, went on the reef east of the piers, last night. She is leaking, but will be got off without much damage. The weather is cold, and snow is falling.
December 1, 1867
We learn by dispatch to Capt. E.P. Dorr, from Port Colborne this morning received, that the schr. B.F. DAVY is on the reef behind the East Pier, making very little water. The schr. NEW DOMINION of Picton, is ashore at the Cut, Long Pt.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
December 1, 1867 3-3
Port Colborne, Nov. 30.
The schooner B.F. DAVY of Chicago, with corn for Kingston, went on a reef off the piers last night. She is leaking, but will be got off without much damage.
Erie Daily Dispatch
Monday, December 2, 1867
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