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Annette Davis (Schooner), aground, 23 Apr 1866

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ANNETTE DAVIS Schooner, of Port Bruce, cargo shingle-wood and lath, ashore west of Cleveland pier, April 1866; got off. Property loss $280
      Casualty List for 1866---Buffalo
      Commercial Advertiser, Feb. 26, 1867

NETTIE DAVIS, ashore near Cleveland April 23, 1866; taken off and repaired. Loss $600
      Canadian Vessel Casualty List, 1866
      Toronto Globe, January 25th. 1867

THE NETTIE DAVIS.---This vessel that went ashore yesterday afternoon, now lies high and dry on the beach. She is so far on that the waves have no effect on her. As soon as the lake becomes calm enough she can undoubtedly be got off without much damage.- Cleveland Herald
      Toledo Blade
      April 25, 1866

ANNETTE DAVIS Schooner of 81 Tons, owned at Port Bruce by Calkins. Bound from Port Stanley to Cleveland, went ashore at Cleveland, Lake Erie, April 1866. Loss to ship $300
      Marine Casualties on the Great Lakes
      1863-1873, U. S. Coast Guard Report

DAVIS,ANNET'E, Canadian Schooner, Built Port Bruce, July 1864, by J.B. Valentine. Port of hail, Port Burwell.
      Board of Marine Inspector's 1871 Register of
      Classification of lake vessels & barges

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Reason: aground
Hull damage: $280
Freight: shingles & laths
Remarks: Got off
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  • Ohio, United States
    Latitude: 41.4995 Longitude: -81.69541
William R. McNeil
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Annette Davis (Schooner), aground, 23 Apr 1866