Alexander (Steamboat), C61160, sunk, 1876
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The steam barge ALEXANDER is in the upper dock for repairs. She was sunk at Wallaceburg last fall.
Monday, April 30, 1877
The old steambarge ALEXANDER, which had been exploring the bottom of Bear Creek at Wallaceburg for some time past, has come to the surface once more and been brought to this port. She will now for several days take a view of the inside of the Detroit dry dock,
Friday, May 4, 1877
Paddle wheel steamer ALEXANDER. official Canada No. 61160. Of 85 tons gross; 57 tons Reg. Built Sandusky, N.Y. in 1865. Home port, Montreal, Que. 104.0 x 23.0 X 5.6. Owned by Joseph Roberts, of Chatham, Ont.
List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the
Dominion of Canada on December 31,1886
NOTE:--Ex GENERAL SHERMAN.
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- William R. McNeil
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