The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
D. A. Fuller (Canal Boat), lost, 13 Jan 1853

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SUPPOSED LOSS OF A CANAL BOAT AND ALL HANDS, ON THE RIVER. - The canal boat D.A. FULLER, loaded with brick, has not been heard of or seen since the 18th. ult., when she was fastened to the piles at Peekskill, waiting for a tow down. It is feared that she was driven out and sunk, and the crew lost. They consisted of Albert A. and Sanford Bovee, father and son, John Monroe and Leander Kellogg, all of Port Jackson, Montgomery County. Any information concerning the boat or crew will be very thankfully received by Mrs. Bovee, at Port Jackson, and the friends of the crew - who are in anxious suspense in regard to their fate. - Atlas
      Buffalo Daily Republic
      January 10, 1853

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Reason: lost
Lives: 4
Freight: brick
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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.2584 Longitude: -77.60222
William R. McNeil
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D. A. Fuller (Canal Boat), lost, 13 Jan 1853