The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
New London (Schooner), sunk, 1 Aug 1866

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NEW LONDON Schooner, cargo iron ore, sunk in the Detroit River, August 1866. Property loss $1,000
      Casualty List for 1866---Buffalo
      Commercial Advertiser, Feb. 26, 1867

NEW LONDON Schooner of 339 tons, owned at Cleveland by A. Bradley. Bound from Marquette to Cleveland, August 1866, sunk at Bar Point, Lake Erie. Loss to ship $2,600 insurance $1,800 Loss to cargo $1,200 insurance $1,000
      Marine Casualties on the Great
      Lakes, 1863-1873 U. S. Coast Guard

      MARINE NEWS. - The schooner NEW LONDON is sunk near Malden.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      August 18, 1866

      The schooner NEW LONDON, laden with iron ore, from Escanaba, is sunk near Bar Point, Lake Erie.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      August 20, 1866

The schooner NEW LONDON, which sunk at the mouth of the river a few days since, has been raised and towed to Cleveland by the tug MUIR. - Detroit Free Press, 22nd.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      August 24, 1866

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Reason: sunk
Hull damage: $1,000
Freight: iron ore
Remarks: Raised
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.081944 Longitude: -83.125555
William R. McNeil
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New London (Schooner), sunk, 1 Aug 1866