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City of New York (Propeller), C116393, sunk, 24 Nov 1921


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Steam screw CITY OF NEW YORK. U.S. No. 4377. Of 301.54 tons gross; 209.58 tons net. Built 1863 at Cleveland, Ohio. Home port, Chicago, Ill. 133.4 x 26.5 x 11.4
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1886
     
     
Steam screw CITY OF NEW YORK. Canadian Official No. 116393. Of 292.0 tons gross; 190.0 tons register. Built 1863 at Cleveland, Ohio. Home port, Sarnia, Ont. 136.0 x 26.3 x 11.6 Owned by George Wilkinson, et al of Sarnia, Ont.
      List of Vessel on the Registry Books of the
      Dominion of Canada on Dec. 31, 1905
     
     
Steam screw CITY OF NEW YORK. Canadian Official No. 116393. Of 292.0 tons gross; 190.0 tons register. Built 1863 at Cleveland, Ohio. Home port, Toronto, Ont. 136.0 x 27.3 x 11.6 Owned by Jas. M. Ferguson, of Cobourg, Ont.
      List of Vessel on the Registry Books of the
      Dominion of Canada on Dec. 31, 1920
     
     
Steam screw CITY OF NEW YORK. Of 292 tons. Home port, Toronto. Foundered on Lake Ontario off South Bay Point.
      Statement of Steam Vessels, Lost, Broken Up, or Laid up
      During the Fiscal Year ending March 31, 1922

     
Steam screw passenger CITY OF NEW YORK. U. S. No. 4377. Of 504 tons. Built Cleveland 1863 by Stephens & Presley. 136.0 x 27.6 x 11.6 Sold Canadaian 1903, Number C 116393. Foundered Lake Ontario, Nov. 1921.
      Herman Runge Notes.
     

The steam barge CITY OF NEW YORK dissapeared, and it is thought that she foundered between the Galloo Island and the Main Duck Island.
      Willis Metcalfe
      Prince Edward Hist. Society
     
     
     
      PORT OF COBOURG SHIPPING REGISTER, 1874 to 1917
      Port No. 1 of 1907 Official Canada No. 116393
Name CITY OF NEW YORK
Description Steamer/Screw
Tonnage 198.56 tons reg. 192.00 tons gross
When buile 1863
Where built Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A.
Masters name not listed
Builders name unknown
      Length 136 feet
      Breadth 27 feet
      Depth of hold not listed
Length of engine-room 11 feet & 6/10ths.
Masts one
Stern Round
How rigged Sloop
How built Carvel
Decks One
Engine One High-pressure, 24 " dia. 36 " stroke, of 19.2 horse-power, year & make, unknown
Subscribing owners: - George Plunkett of Cobourg from July 18, 1907 sold to Murray Brown of Toronto dated May 26, 1911 who transferred vessel to his company dated July 13, 1914 {Lake Shore Sand & Gravel Co., of Toronto.
NOTATIONS:-- REGISTER TRANSFERRED TO TORONTO, July 13, 1914.
      from National Archives, Canada
      Microfilm No. C-3148
     


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Item Type:
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Notes:
Reason: sunk
Lives: 8
Freight: coal
Remarks: Total loss
Date of Original:
1921
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
McN.W.25247
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.933888 Longitude: -76.892777
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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City of New York (Propeller), C116393, sunk, 24 Nov 1921