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Year:  1927  Item type(s):  Clippings   Sort by:  Oldest date (to newest)
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Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, March 8, 1927 
TextNewspapers    *Oswego ship chandler.
New York Times, March 8, 1927 
TextNewspapers    BELIEVED TO BE DEAD, STARTED LIFE ANEW ______ Canadian Reported Drowned on Sinking Ship Lived 10 years Thereafter in Oklahoma. ______ BELLEVILLE, Ontario, March 7 (AP). - A letter received today notified relatives of Captain John Wesley Smith that their kinsman was not drowned ten years ...
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle (Rochester, NY), April 10, 1927 
TextNewspapers    *Other accounts state the vessel left from Oswego. #Records show the vessel, built at Muskegon, Mich. in 1882, was 205 net tons. The passenger steamer "City of Dresden (C. 126197) Built at Walkerville, Ont. , 1872, 193 tons, 93x23x9 wrecked near Port Rowan, Ont. , Lake Erie, Nov. 18, 1922.
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Wed. , April 13, 1927 
TextNewspapers    Old Sailors of Ciscoe Chasers - Four of Them Are Making Home at Henderson ________ Of the old seamen who sailed the Great Lakes when the Ciscoe Chasers plied a brisk trade, only a few are left, says the Watertown Times. Four old sailors, all of them past 80, are still living hale and hearty...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), May 28,  1927 
TextNewspapers    Daryaw Steals Into Port Like Ghost of Past ______ Rochester Writer Sees Schooner In Light of Fading Romance ______ Close hauled it seemed on a wind of dream to those few who were fortunate enough to see her, the old lake windjammer, Mary A. Daryaw, two-master, 125-foot topsail schooner, ...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Oct.  19, 1927 
TextNewspapers    Built as Kewaunee , US14065, Port Huron, Mich. , 1866 by J. P. Arnold, last name April, 1921 when purchased by Daryaw brothers of Kingston.)
Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Monday, March 7, 1927 
TextNewspapers    TEN YEAR OLD MYSTERY OF WRECK EXPECTED TO BE CLEARED UP NOW ______ Captain Smith of " George E. Marsh " Reported Drowned _____ BODY NOT FOUND _____ Son Thinks That His Father Has Just Died in Oklahoma _____ The ten-year-old mystery of the disappearance of Captain John W. Smith of...
Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Tues., March 15, 1927 
TextNewspapers    Saw Capt. Smith after The Wreck _______ Mrs. Luscomb Recognized Him in Toronto But He Avoided Her _______ "It is the most ridiculous thing I ever heard and it is easy to understand that it came from some one not responsible." Mrs. Keegan , 29 Wharf Street, a cousin of the late...
Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Friday, March 18, 1927 
TextNewspapers    There Were No Identification Marks On Smith _____ Relatives and Friends Discount Stores of Search For Treasure _____ Since the arrival of the post mortem photograph of John Smith of Harrah , no personal belongings or other marks of identification have been received by relatives or...
Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Tues., March 8, 1927 
TextNewspapers    Identification of Capt. Smith Is Not Certain _____ Apparently Dead Man Lived in Oklahoma town Since 1915 _____ BEFORE WRECK ____ Son Still Thinks The Remains Are Those of His Father _____ Harrah , Okla. March 8. - Death's seal today continued to prevent the positive identification...
Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Mon., March 14, 1927 
TextNewspapers    RECOGNIZES THE PICTURES AS OF CAPT. J.S. SMITH ____ Photographs From Harrah of Dead Man Are identified ____ SON SATISFIED ____ Face Shows Signs of Struggle During Past Ten Years ____ Captain John Smith whose mysterious disappearance from the sunken George E....
Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY), March 8, 1927 
TextNewspapers    BELIEVED TO BE DEAD, STARTED LIFE ANEW _______ Canadian Reported Drowned on Sinking Ship Lived 10 years Thereafter in Oklahoma. _______ BELLEVILLE, Ontario, March 7 (AP). - A letter received today notified relatives of Captain John Wesley Smith that their kinsman was not drowned ten years...
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), Tuesday, March 8, 1927 
TextNewspapers    LAKE ONTARIO DID NOT CLAIM CAPTAIN SMITH ________ Death Discloses He Had Lived 10 Years in West After His Boat Foundered Near Pigeon Island ________ John S. Parsons* and other Oswegonians who have been following transportation on Lake Ontario for many years were greatly interested today in...
Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Tues., March 8, 1927 
TextNewspapers    Identification of Capt. Smith Is Not Certain _____ Apparently Dead Man Lived in Oklahoma town Since 1915 _____ BEFORE WRECK ____ Son Still Thinks The Remains Are Those of His Father _____ Harrah, Okla. March 8. - Death's seal today continued to prevent the positive identification of a...
Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Wednesday, March 9, 1927, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Wednesday, March 9, 1927, page 1page 1  Young Smith is Now Doubtful Recent developments in the attempt to prove the John Smith of Horrah, Oklahoma, tend to the shaking of Mr Horace Smith's theory that the dead man is identical with the Captain Smith of the George E. Marsh. Mr George Dulmage, secretary of the Moira Lodge, is...
Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Thursday, March 10, 1927, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Thursday, March 10, 1927, page 1page 1  Smith Doubtful Now of Identity Horace Smith left for Toronto last evening in company with his sister, Mrs Neil McClennan, where he will spend a couple of days at McClennan's home. He is becoming more doubtful as to the identity of the man John Smith, who died in Harrah, Oklahoma. According...
Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Saturday, March 12, 1927, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Saturday, March 12, 1927, page 1page 1  Expect the Smith Photographs to Reach Belleville on Monday Secretary George Dulmage Believes Dead Man was former Bellevillian The photography of the late captain John Smith are not yet in Belleville but should be on Monday. A long distance call to Horrah Oklahoma yesterday elicited the ...
Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Mon., March 14, 1927 
TextNewspapers    RECOGNIZES THE PICTURES AS OF CAPT. J.S. SMITH ____ Photographs From Harrah of Dead Man Are identified ____ SON SATISFIED ____ Face Shows Signs of Struggle During Past Ten Years ____ Captain John Smith whose mysterious disappearance from the sunken George E. Marsh, has after a ten...
Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Tues., March 15, 1927 
TextNewspapers    Saw Capt. Smith after The Wreck _______ Mrs. Luscomb Recognized Him in Toronto But He Avoided Her _______ "It is the most ridiculous thing I ever heard and it is easy to understand that it came from some one not responsible." Mrs. Keegan, 29 Wharf Street, a cousin of the late Captain ...
Pure Lubwell (Barge), U53266, 1927 
TextNewspapers  1927  ...;#160;   Whaleback barge 110.* U.S. No. 53266. Of 1,296 gross tons; 1,218 net tons. Built at Superior April 28, 1891. 265.0 x 36.0 x 22.0 Steel built. * Renamed [b] BADGER - U.S. - 1905.       Renamed [c] PURE LUBWELL - U.S.- 1927. DISPOSITION...

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