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A. D. (Barge), collision, 31 Aug 1912

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Kingston, Sept. 3. - While on her way to Montreal, grain laden, the barge HURON of the Montreal Transportation Company was struck by the barge A. D. of the Hackett Company, Quebec, near Iroquois and sunk. The members of the crew escaped. The cargo of 28,000 bushels of grain was shipped from Richardson & Sons, Kingston.
      Toronto Globe
      Wednesday, September 4, 1912

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A. D. sloop. Official Canadian Number, 107406. Built 1889 at St. Thomas De Pierreville, Quebec. 147 x 30.1 x 13.4 of 462 tons register. Owned by Agapit Dameau of St. Thomas de Pierreville, Quebec.
      List of Canadian Vessels, 1905
      Dept. of Marine & Fisheries

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.9001 Longitude: -75.18261
William R. McNeil
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A. D. (Barge), collision, 31 Aug 1912