Carrier Dove (Schooner), sunk, 15 Nov 1864
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The Schooner CARRIER DOVE Founders
Picton . -- Schooner CARRIER DOVE with a cargo of 165 tons of coal, foundered this morning at 2 o'clock 12 miles out from Long Point and was abandoned by the crew, who came ashore in the yawl. All hands saved.
November 15, 1864
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Schr. CARRIER DOVE lost Lake Ontario, 1864 (Great Lakes Summary)
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PORT OF KINGSTON REGISTER 1854 -1867 Volume 20
FOLIO I Register Number: 67
Name: CARRIER DOVE
Where she belongs: Kingston
When Built: 1854-
Where Built: Wolfe Island
Present Master: P. Benziette ( Philo Bennet)
Builders Name & Date of certificate: Austin Horn Oct. 17, 1854
Description of Vessel:...
Length: 88 feet & 8/10th.
Breadth: 19 feet
Depth of Hold: 7 feet & 7/10th.
Square or Round Stern: Square
Carvel or Clinker Built: Carvel
Standing or Running Bowsprit: Standing
How Rigged: Schooner
Figure Head: None
Decks: One, no galleries
Subscribing Owners:- Thomas Davis sole owner of all 64 shares lost by Bill of Writ dated Oct. 26,1859 the vessel CARRIER DOVE & his other vessel NONSUCH to Robert A. Home of Kingston, who sold for $2,425 to John Irwin of Wolfe Island & James Aug of Wellington Square dated Feb, 15, 1862
NOTE: -- payment of mortgage by Irwin & Aug to Robert Home
CUSTOM HOUSE Kingston Nov. 29, 1864
Robert A. Borne of the Township of Wolfe Island in the County of Frontenac, hath, by indenture dated 28, Nov. 1864, bargained, sold, assigned and released unto John Irwin of the Township of Wolfe Island aforesaid and James Aug of Wellington Square all and singular the hull or body of the schooner 'Carrier Dove' his right being acquired by an indenture of mortgage dated the 7th. Feb. 1862 the consideration being $2,125
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- William R. McNeil
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