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Lady of the Lake (Schooner), sunk, 15 Dec 1826

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The LADY OF THE LAKE, Rodgers master, (says the Niagara Gleamer of the 20th inst.) Left this port about the middle of last month for Mexico Bay, and has not since been heard of, doubts are entertained that both vessel and crew may be lost, as there was very stormy weather soon after she left the port. It is said the master had $1,300 in Upper Canada bills.
      Upper Canada Herald, Kingston
      January 30, 1827
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      LADY OF THE LAKE, a barque, this vessel so well known during the late war has met a most disasterous fate, she left Niagara in a gale on Dec. 13, 1826 for Oswego and has not been heard of since, Capt. John Rogers
      Upper Canada Gazette
      Feb. 17, 1827

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      LADY OF THE LAKE found in deep water about 3 miles above Oswego, she was lost December 15th.,1826 with 7 lives.
      Upper Canada Herald, Kingston
      August 7, 1827
NOTE:-- Another LADY OF THE LAKE, Mr. Drummonds new schooner of 100 tons, launched April 21, 1832.
      Kingston Chronicle
      April 21, 1832

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Reason: sunk
Lives: 7
Remarks: Total loss
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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.45535 Longitude: -76.5105
William R. McNeil
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Lady of the Lake (Schooner), sunk, 15 Dec 1826