Found by Ken Merryman, Jerry Eliason, and Jared Daniel on July 26th 2017 resting in 140ft of water 3 1/2 miles west of Spencer's dock. Upright and intact, she is one of the most intact shipwrecks in Lake Huron.
One of the unknown deck hands was a new deck hand,16 year old Dougal Cameron.
You can find confirmation of this in the book Beautiful Stoney Keppel, page 305, top left. Im a decendent of his mother, Harriet McMillan, Her first husband was George Mckay who drowned abt. 1865. They had two children. She then married her her cousin Dan Cameron.
If anyone knows how to add his name to the list of lost please do.
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