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Jennie & Annie (Schooner), collision, 1 Oct 1866


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JENNIE & ANNIE Schooner, damaged by collision with schooner HIPPOGRIFF on Lake Erie, October 1866. Property loss $800
      Casualty List for 1866---Buffalo
      Commercial Advertiser, Feb. 26, 1867

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The schr. HIPPOGRIFFE, which passed down on Thursday, grain loaded, returned to this port yesterday, having sprung a leak in Lake Erie. She has considerable water in her, and will have to be discharged and go into drydock. The schr. JENNIE & ANNIE, grain loaded, also returned yesterday evening, and is reported in a like condition.
      Detroit Free Press
      October 27, 1866 8-6
     
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SPRUNG A LEAK. - The schooner HIPPOGRIFFE, which passed down on Thursday, grain loaded, returned to this port yesterday, having sprung a leak in Lake Erie. She has considerable water, and will have to be discharged and go into dry dock. The schooner JENNIE & ANNIE, grain loaded, also returned yesterday evening, and is reported in a like condition. - Detroit Free Press, 28th.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Wednesday, October 31, 1866

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Reason: collision
Hull damage: $800
Remarks: Damaged
Date of Original:
1866
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Local identifier:
McN.W.12653
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.454166 Longitude: -81.121388
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Jennie & Annie (Schooner), collision, 1 Oct 1866