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Ann Jane Brown (Schooner), aground, 20 Sep 1848

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Schooner ANN JANE BROWN, laden with staves is aground at Snake Island bar, three or four miles from this harbor (Kingston).
      Toronto Globe
      September 23, 1848

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      SCHOONER AGROUND. - The schooner ANN JANE BROWN, laden with staves, is aground on the Snake Island bar, about three or four miles distant from the harbour. An ineffectual attempt was made yesterday to relieve her from her perilous position. The surf rolled heavily on the bar yesterday and this morning, in consequence of a pretty fresh blow from the south.
      Kingston Chronicle & News
      September 20, 1848

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The schooner ANN JANE BROWN, was pulled off Snake Island 'Bar' by the steamer WILLIAM 1V.
      Toronto Globe
      September 27, 1848

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Reason: aground
Lives: nil
Freight: staves
Remarks: Got off
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.190833 Longitude: -76.543055
William R. McNeil
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Ann Jane Brown (Schooner), aground, 20 Sep 1848