The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
The Lady of the Lake
St. Lawrence Gazette (Ogdensburg, NY), 6 Feb 1827, p. 3, column 2

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The Lady of the Lake.--This little barque, (says the Rochester Telegraph) so well known upon the lake during the late war, has met a most disastrous fate. She left Niagara in a gale, on the 13th December last, for Oswego, and has not since been heard of.--There is no longer reason to hope for her safety. All on board must have perished. The passengers were a lady from Oswego, her two children, sister and father. The crew consisted of Capt. John Rogers and three hands.

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6 Feb 1827
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Rogers, John
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.6764853464793 Longitude: -76.6311409375
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The Lady of the Lake