Lochiel (Schooner), sunk, 18 Sep 1865
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The schooner LOCHIEL, Scott Master, from Dundas, Canada West for Oswego, with 9,000 bushels of wheat, foundered in a gale on Lake Ontario at daylight this morning 15 miles northeast of the Genesee Light.
The captain and crew came into Genesee in yawl boats at 9 this morning, having saved nothing from the vessel.
Erie Daily Dispatch
Monday, September 18, 1865
Rochester, Sept. 18. -- THE SCHOONER LOCHIEL. -- The schooner LOCHIEL, Scott Master, from Dundas, Canada West for Oswego, with nine thousand bushels of wheat, foundered in the gale on Lake Ontario at daylight this morning fifteen miles northeast of the Genesee Light.
The captain and crew came into the Genesee in the yawl boat at nine this morning, having saved nothing from the vessel.
Buffalo Daily Courier
September 19, 1865
Schooner LOCHIEL. [C] Of 223 tons. Built 1852 at Port Sarnia by Robert Steel. Owned by James Coleman & Co. Home port, Dundas. Value $4,000. Class B 1. REMARKS. -- Formerly THREE SEAS; rather flat, repaired in 1861.
Board of Lake Underwriters
Lake Vessel Register, 1861
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- William R. McNeil
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