Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Shannon (Steamboat), C51676, 1875
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Steamer SHANNON. [C]. Of 39 tons. Built at Picton in Nov. 1873 by Jeffers. Owned by Thos. Shannon. Home port, Picton. Value $3,000. Class B 1. REMARKS. -- Bottom of stmr. GREENWAY.
      National Board of Lake Underwriters
      Lake Vessel Classification for 1875.
Steamer JOHN GREENWAY. [C]. Of [no entry] tons. Built at Fulton in May 1863 by Springstead. Home port, Picton
      Board of Marine Inspectors
      Lake Vessel Classification, 1871
Steamer JOHN GREENWAY. Canadian Official No. 51676. Built at Geneva, N.Y. in 1863. Of about 45 tons. EX U.S. 1866. Burnt Picton, Ont., Oct. 1871. 82 x 17 x 4.
      Preliminary List of Canadian Steamships, 1809 - 1930

JOHN GREENWAY* [Rig unknown]. Of 45 tons. Built Geneva, N.Y. in 1863. First Home port, [unknown] Disposition Lost 1871 * Built as a 45 ton canal boat. Converted to steam in 1866.
      Merchant Steam Vessels of the U.S.
      Lytle - Holdcamper List, 1790 to 1868
Steam side wheel passenger steamer of 37 tons gross; 27 tons register. Built of wood at Geneva, N.Y., in 1843, of 26 Horse Power. Burnt at the wharf at Picton, Ont.
      Statement of Steam Vessels Lost, broken
      up, or laid up as unfit for service during 1871
      Department of Marine & Fisheries, Canada

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Shannon (Steamboat), C51676, 1875