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Energy (Propeller), sunk, 10 Jun 1884

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ENERGY Propeller. Home port, ---. On June 10, 1884 Propeller sunk at St. Clair ?, with a cargo of wood. Hull loss $7,000. Cargo loss $900. No insurance. Raised.
      Disasters to Lake Vessels, 1884
      Cleveland Herald Nov. 28th. 1884


ENERGY Steamer, Home port, Wallaceburg. built 1883 of 70 Tons Reg. On June 10, 1884, when bound from Wallaceburg to Detroit,Steamer foundered in a gale on Lake St. Clair. only a partial loss, the Steamer was raised. Hull damage $3,000. Cargo loss $200
      Statement of Wreck & Casualty for the year 1884
      Dept. Marine & Fisheries, Sessional Papers 1885


ENERGY Propeller. Home port, Wallaceburg. Built 1883 at Wallaceburg. Canadian Official Number 85704. Of 116 Gross Tons. 70 Tons Reg. 81' x 20' x 6'5". Owned by W.S. McLean of Wallaceburg
      Dominion Of Canada Vessel Register 1886


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Reason: sunk
Hull damage: $7,000
Cargo: $900
Freight: wood
Remarks: Raised
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.400277 Longitude: -82.624166
William R. McNeil
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Energy (Propeller), sunk, 10 Jun 1884