Trojan (Scow), aground, 2 Dec 1889
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The TROJAN is ashore at Grey's reef. The QUEEN and WHITNEY are in the same condition.
Port Huron Daily Times
Monday, December 2, 1889
NOTE:- The Scow TROJAN [below] is the only vessel of that name I could find ?
VESSELS BUILDING AT ASHTABULA DURING 1862
Schooner PLOUGHBOY, 299 tons, for H. Hubbard & Co., Ashtabula.
Scow TROJAN, 32 tons, for T. A. Mosher, Ashtabula.
Propeller tug GEN. GEORGE B. McCLELLAN, 185 tons, for Lundy & Rhodes, Cleveland.
One vessel of 400 tons, nearly finished, at Conneaut, for M. Caplor. -- Cleveland Herald.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Wednesday, June 4, 1862
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Michigan, United States
- William R. McNeil
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