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  • The Morgan (1911)
        Official No.: 130235; First Rebuild: Official Number: 130235 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 68 x 16 -- 43 tons Rebuilt: in 1936 70x16x8 Owned by T. H. Morgan, Port Stanley.
      Official No.: 130235; First Rebuild: Official Number: 130235 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 68 ...
  • Onajag (1913)
        Official No.: 133791; First Rebuild: Official Number: 133791 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 68 x 18 -- 44 tons 77x18x8 Owned by W. H. McPherson, Port Stanley Ont.
      Official No.: 133791; First Rebuild: Official Number: 133791 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 68 ...
  • Ranger (1853)
        137x24x10 Owned by a series of fluid partnerships. Built by A. Cantin, Montreal 1853. Engine 36" cyl. by Bartley & Gilbert, Montreal. Used Montreal-Lake Huron. Wrecked 08/08/66 near Port Stanley. ; Final Location: Near Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, Wrecked
      137x24x10 Owned by a series of fluid partnerships. Built by A. Cantin, ...
  • Snowstorm (1891)
        Official No.: 94713; 53x11x5 Owned by A. C. Brown, Port Stanley 1895; J. Goodwin, Toronto 1901. Built by Brown Bros., Port Stanley 1891. Fish tug.
      Official No.: 94713; 53x11x5 Owned by A. C. Brown, Port Stanley 1895; ...
  • Stanley (1879)
        Other Names: Josephine Kidd (1881); Official No.: 71232; 84x212x7 Owned by J. & J. Kidd, Wiarton 1881. Built by J. Ellison, Port Stanley and launched about 05/04/79. Engine 18x20 by G. N. Oill, St. Catharines. Tug. Destroyed by fire 03/11/82 near Owen Sound. ; Final Location: Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada, ...
      Other Names: Josephine Kidd (1881); Official No.: 71232; 84x212x7 Owned by J. ...
  • Stanley Foster (1912)
        Official No.: 130240; 78x16x7 Owned by N. S. Cornell, Port Stanley 1912, 1917; J. Bowman, Port Arthur 1921.
      Official No.: 130240; 78x16x7 Owned by N. S. Cornell, Port Stanley 1912, ...
  • Twin (1919)
        Official No.: 133797; 68x15x7 Owned by W. Thompson, Port Maitland Ont. 1921; C. & P. Ross, Dunnville 1928; W. S. Oldfield, Tobermory 1935. Fish tug.
      Official No.: 133797; 68x15x7 Owned by W. Thompson, Port Maitland Ont. 1921; ...
  • Vary Brothers (1920)
        Official No.: 133800; 71x15x6 Owned by A. E. Vary, Port Stanley 1921; to J. A. Macaulay, Port Dover 1942; to W. F. Kolbe, Port Dover 1945. Fish tug. Removed from register 1948.
      Official No.: 133800; 71x15x6 Owned by A. E. Vary, Port Stanley 1921; ...
  • Verda Belle (1908)
        Official No.: 121956; 56x14x6 Owned by Ross & Moyer, Dunnville.
      Official No.: 121956; 56x14x6 Owned by Ross & Moyer, Dunnville.
  • Walter Mac (1924)
        Official No.: 152503; First Rebuild: Official Number: 152503 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 69 x 17 -- 46 tons Rebuilt: Erieau, Ontario, Canada in 1948 66x16x5 Owned by W. McPherson, Port Stanley 1931; to G. Wilson, Port Stanley 1948; to W. J. Wilson, Port Stanley 1968.
      Official No.: 152503; First Rebuild: Official Number: 152503 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 69 ...
  • Winona (1902)
        Official No.: 94717; First Rebuild: Official Number: 94717 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 110 x 22 -- 233 tons Rebuilt: Wiarton, Ontario, Canada in 1919 101x23x7 Owned by Port Stanley Navigation Co. 1902; I. D. White, Midland 1907, 1917; to J. Purvis, Gore Bay 1917, 1927. Built by J. Ellison, Port Stanley ...
      Official No.: 94717; First Rebuild: Official Number: 94717 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 110 ...
  • Beatrice (1882)
        Official No.: 83029; 79x16x6 Owned by J. Green, Sarnia. Built by W. J. McDonald, Wallaceburg and launched 30/09/82. Destroyed by fire 04/12/85 Port Stanley. ; Final Location: Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 83029; 79x16x6 Owned by J. Green, Sarnia. Built by W. ...
  • Brown Brothers (1915)
        Other Names: Iveyrose (1947); Brown Brothers; Official No.: 133792; 75x16x8 Owned by A. C. & C. E. Brown, Port Stanley 1917, 1921; A. C. Brown & C. A. McCorkell, St. Thomas Ont. 1927; A. Henning, Port Burwell 1935; T. A. Ivey & Sons, Port Dover 1945. Fish tug. Sank 5 ...
      Other Names: Iveyrose (1947); Brown Brothers; Official No.: 133792; 75x16x8 Owned by ...
  • Carlotta (1908)
        Official No.: 122416; 87x19x8 Owned by J. Playfair, Midland. Destroyed by fire 08/01/22 Port Stanley Ont. ; Final Location: Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 122416; 87x19x8 Owned by J. Playfair, Midland. Destroyed by fire ...
  • Choctaw (1911)
        Official No.: 130234; 75x16x8 Owned by M. McIver, Port Stanley. Destroyed by fire 20/01/23 Port Stanley. ; Final Location: Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 130234; 75x16x8 Owned by M. McIver, Port Stanley. Destroyed by ...
  • Cisco (1918)
        Official No.: 133795; 67x17x7 Owned by H. Taylor, Port Stanley 1918, 1927; London & Western Trusts Co. 1935. Removed from Register 1939.
      Official No.: 133795; 67x17x7 Owned by H. Taylor, Port Stanley 1918, 1927; ...
  • City of Sandusky (1866)
        Official No.: 61158; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1873) 171x25x9 Owned by I. May, Keswick Ont. Built by G. Fordham, Sandusky Ohio 1866. Engine 41x90 (maker unknown). Used Cleveland-Port Stanley. Destroyed by fire 24/03/76 Port Stanley; hull towed into lake and scuttled July 1876. ; Final Location: Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 61158; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1873) 171x25x9 Owned by I. May, ...
  • Colin Munro (1873)
        52x11x6 Owned by J. Ellison (Elgin Transportation Co.) 1877; T. Menton 1882. Tug. Sank 23/11/82 Baby's Point, St. Clair River, raised. Destroyed by fire 30/10/83 Colpoy's Bay Ont. ; Final Location: Colpoys Bay, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      52x11x6 Owned by J. Ellison (Elgin Transportation Co.) 1877; T. Menton 1882. ...
  • Dimmie John (1920)
        Official No.: 133799; 60x17x6 Owned by D. L. Macdonald Co., Norfolk Ont. 1924.
      Official No.: 133799; 60x17x6 Owned by D. L. Macdonald Co., Norfolk Ont. ...
  • Douglas H. (1912)
        Official No.: 130237; 73x17x7 Owned by Lakeside Fish Co., Port Stanley Ont. 1912; R. H. Long, Port Stanley 1914. Fish tug.
      Official No.: 130237; 73x17x7 Owned by Lakeside Fish Co., Port Stanley Ont. ...
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