The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
G. W. Bucknor (Schooner), aground &c., 27 Nov 1841

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The undersigned express their hearty thanks to the Revenue Cutter ERIE, Capt. Knapp, for the very efficient and timely assistance rendered to the schooners BUCKEYE and G.W. BUCKNOR, while they were at the outer bar at Sandusky Bay, on the night of Saturday last, as the said vessels must have been seriously injured, as the had come in contact with each other, and were both striking on the bar and against each other, both vessels at the same time being heavily laden with produce, &c.
      William C, Davidson, master of the schooner BUCKNOR
      John B. Beaugrand, Master of the schooner BUCKEYE
      Buffalo Commercial Advertiser & Journal
      Thursday, December 2, 1841

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Reason: aground &c.
Lives: nil
Remarks: Repaired
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  • Ohio, United States
    Latitude: 41.47894 Longitude: -82.8413
William R. McNeil
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G. W. Bucknor (Schooner), aground &c., 27 Nov 1841