British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Feb 1905
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AN OLD CAPTAIN.
Amherstburg, Feb. 6th - Capt. John Duncanson, Sr., one of the best known lake pioneers, is dead here. He had lived here for upwards of fifty years, coming from Argylshire, Scotland, to Amherstburg. Capt. Duncanson retired from active work sixteen years ago. He was the father of three sons and two daughters, all three sons have been prominently identified with the lake marine and are now sailing giant freighters.
p.5 R. & O. Company - re-elect all officials.
p.6 Incidents of the Day - T.J. Milne will leave tomorrow for Picton, to assume his duties as chief mechanical engineer of the A.W. Hepburn company's fleet of steamers.
T.J. Milne, James Gillies and Edgar McEwen, Sr., have returned from Collingwood, where they attended the convention of the National Association of Marine Engineers.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes