The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Major H. N. Ferry (Schooner), sunk, 28 May 1913

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MAJOR N. H. FERRY, schooner of 1,671 tons Reg. Port of Hail, Kingston. Bound from Kingston to Oswego N. Y. Collided with the mouth of the Murray Canal, Lake Ontario, May 28, 1913, and was considered a total loss, she sunk after the collision. Damage estimate $2,100
      Statement of Wreck & Casualty for 1913
      Dept. of Marine & Fisheries
      Sessional Papers No.21 A. 1915

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MAJOR N.H. FERRY Schr. U. S. Official No. 16631. Built Perrysburg, Mich. I867 of 171 tons Gross 162 tons Net. 117 x 25 x 8. Built of oak. Owned by H.Williamson.
      Great Lake Directory, 1900

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FERRY, MAJOR N. H. Schooner built Grand Haven 1868. Owned by Ferry & Co. Port of hail, Grand Haven. Value $7,500. Class A 2. REMARKS --Three masts.
      Board of Marine Inspectors
      Vessel Classification 1871

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Reason: sunk
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.046944 Longitude: -77.6275
William R. McNeil
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Major H. N. Ferry (Schooner), sunk, 28 May 1913