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  • Clara (1877)
    Ship       Official No.: 74382; 44x8x7 Owned by W. P. Jaynes, Barrie Ont. Built by G. Simpson, Barrie 1877. Engine 6x8 by T. Morlay, Barrie. Yacht, later fish tug. ; Final Location: Kempenfelt Bay, Ontario, Canada, Wrecked
    Ship     Official No.: 74382; 44x8x7 Owned by W. P. Jaynes, Barrie Ont. Built by G. Simpson, Barrie 1877. Engine 6x8 by T. Morlay, Barrie. Yacht, later fish tug. ; Final Location: ...
  • Orillia (1885)
    Ship       Other Names: Islay (1896); Official No.: 90566; First Rebuild: Official Number: 90566 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 116 x 18 -- 175 tons Rebuilt: Barrie, Ontario, Canada in 1895 85x18x6 Owned by C. McInnes, Orillia. Built by G. H. Notter (of Buffalo) Orillia 1885; rebuilt (to 116x18x6) by J. G. Gidley, Barrie ...
    Ship     Other Names: Islay (1896); Official No.: 90566; First Rebuild: Official Number: 90566 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 116 x 18 -- 175 tons Rebuilt: Barrie, Ontario, Canada in 1895 85x18x6 Owned by ...
  • Enterprise (1869)
    Ship       First Rebuild: Official Number: 85514 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 81 x 23 -- 148 tons Rebuilt: Rama, Ontario, Canada in 1883 81x23x6 Owned by A. Macpherson, Rama Ont. 1884; to L. Miller, Roche's Point Ont. 1886; to C. W. Clinck, Sutton Ont. 1897, G. F. March, Huntsville Ont. 1901. Built by ...
    Ship     First Rebuild: Official Number: 85514 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 81 x 23 -- 148 tons Rebuilt: Rama, Ontario, Canada in 1883 81x23x6 Owned by A. Macpherson, Rama Ont. 1884; to L. ...
  • Beaver (1843)
    Ship       Length approx. 114'. Owned by Laughton & Thompson. Launched 10/10/43. Engine by Ward Foundry, Montreal. Used on Lake Simcoe. Offered for sale on dissolution of partnership (and completion of Northern Railway) October 1853, no bidders. Thought to be buried under fill Allandale. Never registered. ; Final Location: Barrie, Ontario, Canada, ...
    Ship     Length approx. 114'. Owned by Laughton & Thompson. Launched 10/10/43. Engine by Ward Foundry, Montreal. Used on Lake Simcoe. Offered for sale on dissolution of partnership (and completion of Northern ...
  • John Milne (1894)
    Ship       Official No.: 100949; 102x19x7 Owned by J. Milne, Agincourt Ont. 1895; A. Foster, Smiths Falls 1901. Built by Morrell, Barrie Ont. 1894. Steam barge.
    Ship     Official No.: 100949; 102x19x7 Owned by J. Milne, Agincourt Ont. 1895; A. Foster, Smiths Falls 1901. Built by Morrell, Barrie Ont. 1894. Steam barge.
  • Joseph C. Morrison (1854)
    Ship       Approx. 150x24. Owned by Ontario Simcoe & Huron Railway (Northern Railway). Built by H. Chisholm, Belle Ewart Ont. and launched 26/08/54. Maiden voyage 30/06/55. Destroyed by fire 04/08/57 Barrie. Too big for Lake Simcoe traffic at the time. ; Final Location: Barrie, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Approx. 150x24. Owned by Ontario Simcoe & Huron Railway (Northern Railway). Built by H. Chisholm, Belle Ewart Ont. and launched 26/08/54. Maiden voyage 30/06/55. Destroyed by fire 04/08/57 Barrie. Too ...
  • Ella Alice (1884)
    Ship       Other Names: Southwood (1888); Official No.: 85530; First Rebuild: Official Number: 85530 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 68 x 9 -- 19 tons Rebuilt: in 1888 48x8x4 Owned by T. Shortreed 1884; H. Pellatt, Toronto 1888; D. W. Alexander, Toronto 1895, 1901; to Anglo-Canadian Leather Co. 1908; to L. Fraser, Bracebridge Ont. ...
    Ship     Other Names: Southwood (1888); Official No.: 85530; First Rebuild: Official Number: 85530 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 68 x 9 -- 19 tons Rebuilt: in 1888 48x8x4 Owned by T. Shortreed 1884; ...
  • City of Guelph (1880)
    Ship       Official No.: 80589; 42x9x3 Owned by G. Sleeman, Guelph. Built by H. Sewery, Barrie Ont. Engine 4½x9 by builder. Yacht on Puslinch Lake.
    Ship     Official No.: 80589; 42x9x3 Owned by G. Sleeman, Guelph. Built by H. Sewery, Barrie Ont. Engine 4½x9 by builder. Yacht on Puslinch Lake.
  • Ida Burton (1866)
    Ship       First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 82 x 14 -- -54 tons Rebuilt: in 1870 82x14x6 Owned by Burton & Oliver. Built by S. Whitney, Barrie Ont. and launched 13/06/66. Hurricane deck added 1867. Lake Simcoe passenger vessel, connecting at Washago with stage line to Gravenhurst and Huntsville. Withdrawn 1876 when ...
    Ship     First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 82 x 14 -- -54 tons Rebuilt: in 1870 82x14x6 Owned by Burton & Oliver. Built by S. Whitney, Barrie Ont. and launched 13/06/66. Hurricane ...
  • Fairy (1860)
    Ship       Other Names: Carriella (1869); Fairy; First Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 70 x 12 -- 35 tons Rebuilt: Barrie, Ontario, Canada in 1869 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Harwood, Ontario, Canada 70x12x5 Owned by S. Garside, Toronto; to R. W. Gossage 1862; to D. L. Samson, Orillia 1866, 1877; to F.B.Polson, ...
    Ship     Other Names: Carriella (1869); Fairy; First Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 70 x 12 -- 35 tons Rebuilt: Barrie, Ontario, Canada in 1869 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Harwood, Ontario, Canada ...
  • Otonabee (1907)
    Ship       Official No.: 111890; 111x24x6 Owned by Otonabee Navigation Co.; to Peterborough & Lake Simcoe Navigation Co. 1911; to H. D. Jamieson, Barrie 1912; H. Waddington, Toronto 1915. Launched 15/05/07. Last used 1915; destroyed by fire 15/08/16 while laid up Barrie. ; Final Location: Barrie, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 111890; 111x24x6 Owned by Otonabee Navigation Co.; to Peterborough & Lake Simcoe Navigation Co. 1911; to H. D. Jamieson, Barrie 1912; H. Waddington, Toronto 1915. Launched 15/05/07. Last ...
  • J. C. Morrison (Steamboat), burnt, 4 Aug 1857
    TextNewspaper       Reason: burnt
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Total loss
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: burnt
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
  • Modello (1915)
    Ship       Official No.: 137897; First Rebuild: Official Number: 137897 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 68 x 12 -- 50 tons Rebuilt: Lake Temagami, Ontario, Canada in 1945 66x12x5 Owned by T. W. Wood, Orillia 1921; C. A. Britton, Sturgeon Falls 1928, 1935; Nipissing Navigation Co., North Bay 1945. Engine 6-12x9 by Doty Engine ...
    Ship     Official No.: 137897; First Rebuild: Official Number: 137897 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 68 x 12 -- 50 tons Rebuilt: Lake Temagami, Ontario, Canada in 1945 66x12x5 Owned by T. W. Wood, ...
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