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Mary Roe (Bark), aground, 4 Nov 1864

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Schooner MARY ROE, bound from Port Stanley for Toronto went hard aground near the point on Toronto Island. The vessel is owned by Charles Roe of St. Thomas. There was no cargo and no insurance on the vessel, but is expected to be released.
      Toronto Globe
      November 5, 1864
      The tugs W.K. MUIR and HERCULES are working to release the schooner MARY ROE, which is still aground on Gibralter Point.
      Toronto Globe
      November 8, 1864
The tugs HERCULES AND W.K. MUIR release the schooner MARY ROE from Gibralter Point.
      Toronto Globe
      November 11, 1864
Barkantine MARY ROE (C) Of 348 tons. Built Port Bruce in 1863 by John Buntine. Owned by Charles Roe. Home port, Port Stanley. Class A. Value, $14,600
      Register of the Ships of the lakes
      and River St. Lawrence for 1864

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Reason: aground
Freight: nil
Remarks: Got off
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.634444 Longitude: -79.370833
William R. McNeil
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Mary Roe (Bark), aground, 4 Nov 1864