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George N. Brady (Propeller), U10244, sunk, 1876

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TO BE RAISED. -- The tug GEORGE H. BRADY, which has been sunk at Sandwich dock all summer, is at present being raised by J. M. Jones, of Detroit, who intends to put her in good shape again and have her ready for business soon.
      Cleveland Herald
      Tuesday, October 24, 1876
NOTE - Proper name GEORGE N. BRADY
      THE TUG BRADY. -- Work on the tug GEORGE N. BRADY, which has been sunk off Sandwich since last August, is progressing rapidly. Yesterday afternoon a steam pump was sent to her, and it is expected that by tomorrow the BRADY will be raised and in dry-dock. --- Free Press, 27th.
      Cleveland Herald
      Saturday, October 28, 1876
      The tug BRADY was raised Friday evening, and Saturday evening the tug WINSLOW left to tow her to Clark's dry-dock.
      Cleveland Herald
      Tuesday, October 31, 1876
Steam screw GEORGE N. BRADY. U. S. No. 10244. Of 131.20 tons. Home port, Detroit, Mich.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1871

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Reason: sunk
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.28318 Longitude: -83.05925
William R. McNeil
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George N. Brady (Propeller), U10244, sunk, 1876