The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
E. T. Judd (Barge), aground, 1 Nov 1873

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Detroit, Nov. 1 - The bark L.C. WOODRUFF went ashore last night at the Sand Hills below Port Burwell. The crew were all saved.
      Detroit, Nov. 2 - The stmr. AMAZON, schrs. E.J. JUDD and C.B. JONES are ashore on the north side of North Manitou. The stmr. FRED KELLY is ashore near Escanaba. The schr. J.W. NICHOLAS is a total wreck at Point au Pelee. The bar CAMBRIA is ashore at Long Point and the L.C. WOODRUFF ten miles below Burwell.
      The Toronto Mail
      Monday, November 4, 1873

      The schr. E.T. JUDD, which it will be remembered found the shore last Fall at North Manitou, along with the stm. AMAZON, which had her in tow, is again afloat and en route from Milwaukee with a cargo of 29,000 bu. wheat for Buffalo. The JUDD is being consorted on her present voyage by the stm. EQUINOX. Her principal overhauling was recaulking.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      June 13, 1874 3-6

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William R. McNeil
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E. T. Judd (Barge), aground, 1 Nov 1873