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Jefferson (Schooner), aground, 22 Dec 1836

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Cleveland, Dec. 23
      THE MILWAUKIE AND TEXAS. - It is ascertained that these vessels are aground not upon the rocks as reported, but safe on a sand beach at Cedar Point, cargoes dry. The schooner JEFFERSON came out to the MILWAUKIE before she was hard aground, to lighten her. While there a gale arose, the JEFFERSON got aground and threw the goods of the MILWAUKIE overboard, but finally went ashore. The MILWAUKIE being eased, was driven farther on, and all must remain there till spring. - Gazette.
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
      Tuesday, December 27, 1836 p.2, c.5

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      We learn from the Sandusky Clarion, that the ship Milwaukie and the schooners Texas and Jefferson, which got aground last winter at the mouth of the hay. during a violent storm. have all got afloat without material in]ury
      Buffalo Daily Commercial Advertiser
      Saturday, April 15, 1837

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Lives: nil
Remarks: Got off
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  • Ohio, United States
    Latitude: 41.47894 Longitude: -82.8413
William R. McNeil
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Jefferson (Schooner), aground, 22 Dec 1836