The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Supply (Schooner), lost anchor & chain, 1 Oct 1866

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SUPPLY Schooner, lost an anchor and chain off Sheboygan, October 1866. Property loss $180
      Casualty List for 1866---Buffalo
      Commercial Advertiser, Feb. 26, 1867

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THE LATE GALE - FURTHER DISASTERS. - The bark FANNY B. GARDNER made the port of Detroit Thursday with her sails gone, and otherwise damaged. We learn that a sailor on board the GARDNER was injured by falling from one of the yards. His injuries are light.
An unknown topsail schooner, lumber laden, is ashore north of Grand Haven, with sails badly damaged. Can be got off without difficulty.
The schooner AFRICA lost her foretopsail and had her mainsail split.
The schooner CORSAIR was obliged to slip her large anchor, together with forty five fathoms of cable, off Two Rivers Point. The anchor is buoyed.
The schooner SUPPLY lost an anchor and chain off Sheboygan. - Detroit Free Press, 26.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Monday, October 29, 1866

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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 43.75083 Longitude: -87.71453
William R. McNeil
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Supply (Schooner), lost anchor & chain, 1 Oct 1866