Cornwall (Barge), sunk, 31 Oct 1913
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CORNWALL, Barge, registered at the port of Montreal, Canadian Official No. 94889, of 585.96 tons Reg. Foundered October 30, 1913 two and a quarter miles below the Upper Entrance in Cornwall Canal.
Statement of Casualty, 1913
Dept. of Transport
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CORNWALL, a sailing barge of 586 tons register. Built Kingston 1890 for the Montreal Transportation Company. 184.6 x 35.2 x 11.7 a cabin on beck, round stern, built of wood, no masts. - Notation - Vessel sunk in the Cornwall Canal 31st. Oct. 1913.
Port of Montreal Shipping Register
Vol., 411--412, National Archives (Can.)
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes