William (Schooner), Grand River (Fairport), 1 Sep 1848
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WILLIAM Schooner, sprung a leak off Euclid, bound up - in trying to enter Grand River, went ashore near the East pier - cargo 516 barrels of salt lost. Sept. 1, 1848.
Casualty List for 1848
Erik Hyle's private papers
The schooner WILLIAM, with a cargo of 300 barrels of salt, bound from this port to Cleveland, sprang a leak, and was driven ashore near Grand River, on Thursday night inst. She was owned by Era Morgan, of Cleveland and was insured in the North Western Company, of oswego.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Monday evening, September 4, 1848
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Ohio, United States
- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes