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  • Henry C. Daryaw
    Image       Photograph of the HENRY C. DARYAW after her grounding near Brockville.
    Image     Photograph of the HENRY C. DARYAW after her grounding near Brockville.
  • Launch at Brockville
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    Launch at Brockville - A steamer named Bristol was launched from the yard of Messrs. Chaffrey Bros., Brockville, on Saturday last. She is the largest class built to pass through the locks. The launch was successful, and was witnessed by a very large number of spectators.

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    Launch at Brockville - A steamer named Bristol was launched from the yard of Messrs. Chaffrey Bros., Brockville, on Saturday last. She is the largest class built to pass through ...

  • Launch
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    Launch. - Yesterday afternoon, the new steamer Dawn, built for Messrs. H. & S. Jones, by Mr. Parkin, ship builder of this town, was launched amid the cheers of a large concourse of spectators. She is a good model, and went into her destined element in fine style. The Albion, ...

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    Launch. - Yesterday afternoon, the new steamer Dawn, built for Messrs. H. & S. Jones, by Mr. Parkin, ship builder of this town, was launched amid the cheers of a ...

  • Muscallonge (1896)
    Ship       Other Names: Vigilant; Official No.: 133752; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1913) as Vigilant 128x25x12 Owned by Norton Griffiths Dredging Co., Montreal 1914; Sincennes-McNaughton 1921. Built by Jencks Shipbuilding Co., Port Huron Mich. 1896. Engine 20-38x32 by King Iron Works, Buffalo N.Y. (made 1872). Destroyed by fire 15/08/36 Brockville. ; Final Location: ...
    Ship     Other Names: Vigilant; Official No.: 133752; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1913) as Vigilant 128x25x12 Owned by Norton Griffiths Dredging Co., Montreal 1914; Sincennes-McNaughton 1921. Built by Jencks Shipbuilding Co., Port Huron ...
  • Myrtle (1880)
    Ship       Official No.: 83034; 39x8x4 Owned by R. Carnegie, Escott Ont. 1886; D. Ward, Toronto 1895.
    Ship     Official No.: 83034; 39x8x4 Owned by R. Carnegie, Escott Ont. 1886; D. Ward, Toronto 1895.
  • Nama (1887)
    Ship       Official No.: 100729; First Rebuild: Official Number: 100729 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 58 x 10 -- 40 tons Rebuilt: Brockville, Ontario, Canada in 1919 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Brockville, Ontario, Canada 75x10x4 Owned by R. B. Angus, Montreal 1901; G. Weir, Montreal 1917; J. H. Simpson, Brockville 1927; W. C. ...
    Ship     Official No.: 100729; First Rebuild: Official Number: 100729 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 58 x 10 -- 40 tons Rebuilt: Brockville, Ontario, Canada in 1919 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Brockville, Ontario, ...
  • Oakbay (1919)
    Ship       Other Names: Marinier; Henry C. Daryaw (1935); Official No.: 150837; Previous Registration: France (1923) as Marinier 219x35x13 Owned by Bay Line Steamship Co., Montreal, 1923, Tree Line Navigation Co., Montreal 1924-1935; Henry C. Daryaw, Kingston 1935-1941. Built by Chantiers de Normandie, Grand Quevilly (Rouen) France 1919. Engine 15-30x18 by Penhoet. ...
    Ship     Other Names: Marinier; Henry C. Daryaw (1935); Official No.: 150837; Previous Registration: France (1923) as Marinier 219x35x13 Owned by Bay Line Steamship Co., Montreal, 1923, Tree Line Navigation Co., Montreal ...
  • Ometa (1880)
    Ship       Official No.: 83037; First Rebuild: Official Number: 83037 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 48 x 10 -- 19 tons Rebuilt: in 1891 53x10x3 Owned by W. H. Comstock, Brockville 1880; T. S. Carman, Belleville 1886; H. Corby, Belleville 1895. Built by J. Harris, Brockville 1880. Engine 8x8 by Black Bros., Brockville. Yacht.
    Ship     Official No.: 83037; First Rebuild: Official Number: 83037 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 48 x 10 -- 19 tons Rebuilt: in 1891 53x10x3 Owned by W. H. Comstock, Brockville 1880; T. S. ...
  • Phoenix (1862)
    Ship       66x11x4 Owned by Chaffey Bros., Brockville. Rideau Canal tug. Badly damaged by fire 15/05/63 Rideau Ferry Ont., may have been totally destroyed.
    Ship     66x11x4 Owned by Chaffey Bros., Brockville. Rideau Canal tug. Badly damaged by fire 15/05/63 Rideau Ferry Ont., may have been totally destroyed.
  • Prince Alfred (1867)
    Ship       60x11x5 Owned by R. P. Cooke, Orillia 1868; to J. Templeman & W. I. Macauley, Orillia 1871; Gore Bay Lumber Co. 1877; S. E. Miller, Gore Bay 1886. Built by G. Chaffey, Brockville 1867. Georgian Bay tug. Frozen in by late spring freeze-up 07/03/79 Tobermory. Still drifting in ice 12/04; ...
    Ship     60x11x5 Owned by R. P. Cooke, Orillia 1868; to J. Templeman & W. I. Macauley, Orillia 1871; Gore Bay Lumber Co. 1877; S. E. Miller, Gore Bay 1886. Built by ...
  • Propeller (1841)
    Ship       91x14x6 Owned by a series of fluid partnerships. Built by W. Parkin, Brockville 1841. Engine from New York State. First screw steamer on Lakes (famous American "Vandalia" was fifth). Rammed and sunk by "Prince Albert" early July 1842 on Rideau Canal near Kingston. Had no upper works when built; full-length ...
    Ship     91x14x6 Owned by a series of fluid partnerships. Built by W. Parkin, Brockville 1841. Engine from New York State. First screw steamer on Lakes (famous American "Vandalia" was fifth). Rammed ...
  • Protection (1851)
    Ship       Approx. 135x23 Owned by series of partnerships usually involving H. & S. Jones, Brockville. Built by G. Notter, Brockville and launched 10/09/51. Used Montreal-Upper Lakes. "Does not work well; being repaired at Montreal" (1854).
    Ship     Approx. 135x23 Owned by series of partnerships usually involving H. & S. Jones, Brockville. Built by G. Notter, Brockville and launched 10/09/51. Used Montreal-Upper Lakes. "Does not work well; being ...
  • Queen of the Isles (1859)
    Ship       Approx. 75'. Owned by Dickinson Ottawa & Rideau Line. Engine 12x42 (maker unknown). Used on Rideau Canal. "Pretty little steamer operated as a kind of express".
    Ship     Approx. 75'. Owned by Dickinson Ottawa & Rideau Line. Engine 12x42 (maker unknown). Used on Rideau Canal. "Pretty little steamer operated as a kind of express".
  • Ruby (1878)
    Ship       Official No.: 77702; 70x15x5 Owned by A. H. Hume, Brockville 1878, 1880; J. Ellison, Port Stanley 1881, 1895. Built by J. Harris, Brockville 1878. Engine 10x12 by Clute Bros., Schenectady, N.Y. Licensed for 100 passengers 1886. Rideau passenger vessel, later fish tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 77702; 70x15x5 Owned by A. H. Hume, Brockville 1878, 1880; J. Ellison, Port Stanley 1881, 1895. Built by J. Harris, Brockville 1878. Engine 10x12 by Clute Bros., Schenectady, ...
  • St. David (1841)
    Ship       Approx. 85x17 Owned by H. & S. Jones, Brockville. Built by W. Parkin, Brockville and launched 30/04/41. Engines (2) by State Prison, Auburn, New York. Used on Montreal-Ottawa-Kingston triangle, later Lachine-Carillon. Pollywog with recessed paddles. Wrecked in gale 18/11/42 Howe Island, refloated.
    Ship     Approx. 85x17 Owned by H. & S. Jones, Brockville. Built by W. Parkin, Brockville and launched 30/04/41. Engines (2) by State Prison, Auburn, New York. Used on Montreal-Ottawa-Kingston triangle, later ...
  • Sir Robert Peel (1837)
    Ship       Approx. 153x20 Owned by H. & S. Jones, Brockville. Built by W. Parkin, Brockville and launched 05/05/37. Engine 32x120 by Ward Bros., Montreal. Designed for shooting rapids: "remarkable length and narrow in the beam" (Cobourg "Star"), drew only 4'. Built for Prescott-Coteau when canal opened, but not used there; ran ...
    Ship     Approx. 153x20 Owned by H. & S. Jones, Brockville. Built by W. Parkin, Brockville and launched 05/05/37. Engine 32x120 by Ward Bros., Montreal. Designed for shooting rapids: "remarkable length and ...
  • Spray (1874)
    Ship       Official No.: 71199; First Rebuild: Official Number: 71199 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 61 x 12 -- 42 tons Rebuilt: in 1877 45x10x4 Owned by J. Osborne, Arnprior Ont. 1877; D. B. McDonell, Cambridge Ont. 1886, 1901. Built by J. Harris, Brockville 1874. Engine 6x6 by Sharkey & Halsey, Brockville. Ferry.
    Ship     Official No.: 71199; First Rebuild: Official Number: 71199 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 61 x 12 -- 42 tons Rebuilt: in 1877 45x10x4 Owned by J. Osborne, Arnprior Ont. 1877; D. B. ...
  • Swan (1844)
    Ship       Dimensions unknown. Owned by Murray & Sanderson, Montreal 1845. Built by W. Parkin, Brockville 1844. "Just fitted up for service, spirited away"; towed Brockville to Morristown, N.Y. and steamed to Ogdensburg (Toronto "British Colonist" May 1844). Apparently given U.S. registry; offered for sale at Lachine summer 1848 as "an American ...
    Ship     Dimensions unknown. Owned by Murray & Sanderson, Montreal 1845. Built by W. Parkin, Brockville 1844. "Just fitted up for service, spirited away"; towed Brockville to Morristown, N.Y. and steamed to ...
  • Swan (1864)
    Ship       First Rebuild: Official Number: 85359 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 55 x 11 -- 43 tons Rebuilt: in 1883 55x11x8 Owned by W. H. Fredenberg, Westport Ont.; to A. N. Gurney & J. N. Glendinning 1868; to E. Griffin, Ottawa 1871; to W. E. Brown, Ottawa 1882; T. M. Woodburn, Ottawa 1886. ...
    Ship     First Rebuild: Official Number: 85359 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 55 x 11 -- 43 tons Rebuilt: in 1883 55x11x8 Owned by W. H. Fredenberg, Westport Ont.; to A. N. Gurney & ...
  • Sylvan Queen (1863)
    Ship       Approx. 47x12x4 Owned by Deacon et al., Perth Ont. Built by Lachapelle, Brockville 1863. "Paddles turned by means of a belt". Used on Otty Lake Ont. Destroyed by fire 12/07/64 Otty Lake. Nothing official on this one. ; Final Location: Otty Lake, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Approx. 47x12x4 Owned by Deacon et al., Perth Ont. Built by Lachapelle, Brockville 1863. "Paddles turned by means of a belt". Used on Otty Lake Ont. Destroyed by fire 12/07/64 ...
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