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  • Arthur Orr
    Image       Photograph of ARTHUR ORR at Hamilton alongside lighter RESCUE waiting to be scrapped.
    Image     Photograph of ARTHUR ORR at Hamilton alongside lighter RESCUE waiting to be scrapped.
  • MacKay's Wharf: The story of a shipowning enterprise in Hamilton
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  • The Loss of the Schooner Lochiel
    NewspaperText  Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1865    

    The Loss of the Schooner Lochiel. - We have obtained more particulars to the loss of the schr. Lochial, a notice of which appeared in our telegraph report yesterday P.M.

    The Lochiel, Capt. Scot, sailed from Hamilton on the 16th inst., for this port, with 9,312 bushels of wheat, ...

    NewspaperText  Oswego Advertiser & Times (Oswego, NY), 19 Sep 1865  

    The Loss of the Schooner Lochiel. - We have obtained more particulars to the loss of the schr. Lochial, a notice of which appeared in our telegraph report yesterday P.M. ...

  • Myles (1882)
    Ship       Other Names: Cataract (1906); Official No.: 77698; First Rebuild: Official Number: 77698 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 175 x 34 -- 1199 tons Rebuilt: in 1896 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Port Dalhousie, Ontario, Canada Third Rebuild: Converted to: Barge Fourth Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Montreal, Quebec, Canada 175x34x15 Owned by T. ...
    Ship     Other Names: Cataract (1906); Official No.: 77698; First Rebuild: Official Number: 77698 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 175 x 34 -- 1199 tons Rebuilt: in 1896 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Port ...
  • Napoleon
    Ship       Approx. 110x33. Owner and building data unknown. Engines (2) 18x72 (maker unknown). Used as freighter on Lake Ontario 1854-56. Wrecked 02/12/56 Burlington Bay, "high and dry on the bank". Nothing official on this one.; Final Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Wrecked
    Ship     Approx. 110x33. Owner and building data unknown. Engines (2) 18x72 (maker unknown). Used as freighter on Lake Ontario 1854-56. Wrecked 02/12/56 Burlington Bay, "high and dry on the bank". Nothing ...
  • Nymoca (1896)
    Ship       Official No.: 100403; First Rebuild: Official Number: 100403 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 72 x 11 -- 51 tons Rebuilt: in 1906 53x11x5 Owned by G. F. Beaumont, "Muskoka Ont. " Tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 100403; First Rebuild: Official Number: 100403 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 72 x 11 -- 51 tons Rebuilt: in 1906 53x11x5 Owned by G. F. Beaumont, "Muskoka Ont. " Tug.
  • Ontario (1870)
    Ship       First Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 64 x 12 -- 41 tons Rebuilt: in 1878 60x11x8 Owned by H. W. Dunn, Chatham 1877; J. W. Steinhoff, Chatham 1886. Built by D. P. Lavallee, Hamilton 1870. Ferry and tug. Destroyed by fire 12/09/79 Port Lambton Ont. ; Final Location: Port Lambton, Ontario, ...
    Ship     First Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 64 x 12 -- 41 tons Rebuilt: in 1878 60x11x8 Owned by H. W. Dunn, Chatham 1877; J. W. Steinhoff, Chatham 1886. Built by D. ...
  • Osprey (1863)
    Ship       Official No.: 46254; 175x32x11 Owned by Henderson & Holcomb, Montreal 1865; A. D. Mackay, Hamilton 1869, 1877. Built by D. & J. McCarthy, Sorel and launched about 23/09/63. Engine 41x120 by St. Mary's Foundry, Montreal, from "Jenny Lind". Used Montreal-Lake Ontario except ran to Halifax sometimes 1864-67. Offered for sale ...
    Ship     Official No.: 46254; 175x32x11 Owned by Henderson & Holcomb, Montreal 1865; A. D. Mackay, Hamilton 1869, 1877. Built by D. & J. McCarthy, Sorel and launched about 23/09/63. Engine 41x120 ...
  • Peerless (1873)
    Ship       Official No.: 72562; 60x13x5 Owned by T. Moffatt, Perth Ont. Built by F. A. Gardner, Hamilton 1873. Engine 10x12 by builder. Passenger vessel at first. Badly damaged ("cut in two") in collision with "Olive" 09/10/78 near Merrickville, rebuilt as tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 72562; 60x13x5 Owned by T. Moffatt, Perth Ont. Built by F. A. Gardner, Hamilton 1873. Engine 10x12 by builder. Passenger vessel at first. Badly damaged ("cut in two") ...
  • Princess of Wales (1864)
    Ship       117x14x7 (width over paddle boxes 25') Built by A. Leclair, West Flamboro Ont. 1864. Engine by F. G. Beckett, Hamilton, to "General Wolseley". Ferry. Custom-House measure (pre-1877) 95t. Promenade deck extended 1869. Damaged in collision with "John S. Clarke" 24/07/77 Toronto; "Clarke" obligingly towed her to Port Dalhousie for repairs. ...
    Ship     117x14x7 (width over paddle boxes 25') Built by A. Leclair, West Flamboro Ont. 1864. Engine by F. G. Beckett, Hamilton, to "General Wolseley". Ferry. Custom-House measure (pre-1877) 95t. Promenade deck ...
  • Queen of the West (1851)
    Ship       Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1852) 212x26x11 Owned by "Capt. Harrison". Built by G. Weeks, Oswego, N.Y. and launched 10/12/51. Engines (2) 60x132 by J. Gartshore, Dundas Ont., to "Europa". Built "on spec", purchased by Harrison when almost ready for launching. Towed to Hamilton for engines. Operated in conjunction with Great Western ...
    Ship     Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1852) 212x26x11 Owned by "Capt. Harrison". Built by G. Weeks, Oswego, N.Y. and launched 10/12/51. Engines (2) 60x132 by J. Gartshore, Dundas Ont., to "Europa". Built "on ...
  • R.W. Standley (1872)
    Ship       136x24x12 Owned by Wiley & Young. Used Montreal-Upper Lakes. "Unusually high between decks". Destroyed by fire 08/10/75 Hamilton. Hull salvaged, probably rebuilt as "St. Magnus". ; Final Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     136x24x12 Owned by Wiley & Young. Used Montreal-Upper Lakes. "Unusually high between decks". Destroyed by fire 08/10/75 Hamilton. Hull salvaged, probably rebuilt as "St. Magnus". ; Final Location: Hamilton, Ontario, ...
  • Ripple (1863)
    Ship       Dimensions unknown. Owned by G. Carey 1865; G. Bickle, Dundas 1866; "Dr. Baxter" 1869. Ferry / commuter boat. Used on Welland Canal, St. Catharines-Port Dalhousie 1868. Lake Erie tug later. "A miniature steamer with her jaunty rig and an obliging boy captain" ("Globe" 1865). Wrecked 04/11/72 Port Bruce Ont. ; ...
    Ship     Dimensions unknown. Owned by G. Carey 1865; G. Bickle, Dundas 1866; "Dr. Baxter" 1869. Ferry / commuter boat. Used on Welland Canal, St. Catharines-Port Dalhousie 1868. Lake Erie tug later. ...
  • Rosalind C. (1910)
    Ship       Official No.: 126831; 47x10x4 Owned by J. Kirwin, Callander Ont.
    Ship     Official No.: 126831; 47x10x4 Owned by J. Kirwin, Callander Ont.
  • St. Magnus (1880)
    Ship       Other Names: Magnolia (1898); Luckport; Official No.: 77693; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103690 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 136 x 21 -- 367 tons Rebuilt: Midland, Ontario, Canada in 1898 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw 180x28x14 Owned by A. M. Robertson, Hamilton 1886; R. O. & A. B. Mackay, Hamilton 1892; J. Playfair, ...
    Ship     Other Names: Magnolia (1898); Luckport; Official No.: 77693; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103690 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 136 x 21 -- 367 tons Rebuilt: Midland, Ontario, Canada in 1898 Second Rebuild: ...
  • Shamrock (1884)
    Ship       Official No.: 77699; 48x10x4 Owned and built by J. H. Larkin, Hamilton. Excursion boat. Destroyed by fire 13/10/85 Hamilton Bay. ; Final Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 77699; 48x10x4 Owned and built by J. H. Larkin, Hamilton. Excursion boat. Destroyed by fire 13/10/85 Hamilton Bay. ; Final Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
  • Valley City (1859)
    Ship       90x14x6 Owned by A. McTaggart, Dundas Ont. 1859; to D. Rowan 1861; to Van Every & Rumball, Goderich 1862; to W. McCormack, Goderich 1863. Built by J. Malcolmson, Hamilton and launched 02/04/59. Engine by J. Gartshore, Dundas. Built for Hamilton Bay but most of life spent on Lake Huron. Beached ...
    Ship     90x14x6 Owned by A. McTaggart, Dundas Ont. 1859; to D. Rowan 1861; to Van Every & Rumball, Goderich 1862; to W. McCormack, Goderich 1863. Built by J. Malcolmson, Hamilton and ...
  • The Canadian Navigation Company (1861-1875)
    Text  Walter Lewis, FreshWater, Spring 1986, 4-14     ...
    Text  Walter Lewis, FreshWater, Spring 1986, 4-14   ...
  • John By
    Text  Walter Lewis, FreshWater, Spring 1986, 31-33     ...
    Text  Walter Lewis, FreshWater, Spring 1986, 31-33   ...
  • Lake Ontario (Propeller), leak, 5 Jun 1878
    TextNewspaper       Reason: leak
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Repaired
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    TextNewspaper     Reason: leak
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: Repaired
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