Jerome (Propeller), burnt, 5 Oct 1884
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JEROME Propeller Tug. Home port, Montreal. On Oct. 5, 1884 Tug caught fire and became a total loss, at Wallaceburg, St. Clair River. No cargo. Hull loss $6,000. No Insurance.
Disasters to Lake Shipping, 1884
Cleveland Herald Nov. 28th. 1884
JEROME Tug of 41 Reg. Tons, and 12 years of age, bound from Wallace to Algoma, caught fire on Lake Ontario (sic), and burned to a total loss, Oct.3, 1884. Amount of loss $2,000.
Statement of Wreck & Casualty for the year, 1884
Dept.of Marine & Fisheries. Sessional Papers 1885
JEROME Propeller, Home port, Montreal. Official Canadian Number, 61163 Built Burlington, U. S. A. 1872, of 60 Gross Tons. 41 Tons Reg. 74' x 10'5" x 4' Owned by C.J.Johnson, of Wallaceburg, Ontario.
Dominion of Canada Vessel Register 1886
JEROME Propeller, built by Jerome at Saginaw 1872. Owned by Haywood & Roodley. Home port, Montreal. 30 Tons. Valued at $7,000. Class A 2. REMARKS:- Tug, River.
Association of Canadian Lake Underwriters
Marine Register for 1874
Canadian Tug JEROME was burnt on the Sydenham River, below Wallaceburg, Ontario. She was towing a raft to Marine City at the time. Valued at $6,000, built by D. Jerome of Montreal in 1874 as a yacht and lately used for towing. Owned by J.A. Smith and others of Wallaceburg. A Total loss.
Oct. 9, 1884
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- Reason: burnt
Hull damage: $6,000
Remarks: Total loss
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- William R. McNeil
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