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  • George W. Yates (1913)
        Official No.: 135261; 100x19x9 Owned by Dominion Government. Originally bought re Hudson Bay terminals work.
      Official No.: 135261; 100x19x9 Owned by Dominion Government. Originally bought re Hudson ...
  • Lady Le Marchant (1852)
        Previous Registration: British (1854) 107x19x11 Owned by L. DesBrisay, Richibucto N. B. Built for Newfoundland service, returned to United Kingdom after two years. Purchased by DesBrisay at Liverpool: "too expensive for the purpose for which she was employed in Conception Bay". Chartered by Dominion Government at times.
      Previous Registration: British (1854) 107x19x11 Owned by L. DesBrisay, Richibucto N. B. ...
  • Lady Sybil (1908)
        Official No.: 85406; 165x28x19 Owned by Magdalen Islands Steamship Co. 1908; W. McLure, Pictou N. S. 1910, 1914. Engine 16-26½-43x30 (maker unknown). Offered for sale by new owners almost immediately on purchase, not sold but often chartered to others in winters.
      Official No.: 85406; 165x28x19 Owned by Magdalen Islands Steamship Co. 1908; W. ...
  • Aurelie G. (1912)
        Official No.: 133834; Previous Registration: British (1913) Later Registration: British Guiana (1920) 80x22x11 Owned by Sincennes-McNaughton.
      Official No.: 133834; Previous Registration: British (1913) Later Registration: British Guiana (1920) ...
  • Wobun (1902)
        Official No.: 100709; Previous Registration: British (1903) Later Registration: Netherlands (1912) 258x37x18 Owned by Wobun Steamship Co., New Glasgow N. S. Collier.
      Official No.: 100709; Previous Registration: British (1903) Later Registration: Netherlands (1912) 258x37x18 ...
  • Yorkminster (1913)
        Other Names: Ardgarth; Patdoris (1925); Official No.: 135331; Previous Registration: British (1924) as Ardgarth 200x29x13 Owned by J. F. Sowards, Kingston 1924; Maple Leaf Steamship Co., Montreal 1945. Built by Geo. Brown & Co., Greenock Scotland 1913. Engine 16-26-44x33 (maker unknown).
      Other Names: Ardgarth; Patdoris (1925); Official No.: 135331; Previous Registration: British (1924) ...
  • Traverse (1930)
        Other Names: Fort Levis (1952); Official No.: 161435; 130x26x10 Owned by Quebec Salvage & Wrecking Co.; to Foundation Co. of Canada 1944; to Lévis Shipping Co. 1952; to R. L. Leclerc 1958; to B. Dufour 1961. Built by G. Brown & Co., Greenock Scotland and launched 12/05/30. Crushed in ice ...
      Other Names: Fort Levis (1952); Official No.: 161435; 130x26x10 Owned by Quebec ...
  • Unicorn (1836)
        Previous Registration: British (1845) Later Registration: California, U.S.A. (1849) 163x24x7 Owned by S. Cunard, Halifax 1840; J. Whitney, Saint John N. B. 1845; to Pacific Mail Steamship Co. 1850. Used Quebec-Pictou-Halifax, feeder to Cunard transatlantic steamers; Halifax-Newfoundland 1845-48; San Francisco-Panama 1850's. Left Halifax 01/02/49, arrived San Francisco 31/10/49.
      Previous Registration: British (1845) Later Registration: California, U.S.A. (1849) 163x24x7 Owned by ...
  • Sardonyx (1869)
        Official No.: 60418; Previous Registration: British (1882) First Rebuild: Official Number: 60418 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 170 x 24 -- 561 tons Rebuilt: in 1887 170x24x14 Owned by H. Saunders & J. D. Warren 1882; to Canadian Pacific Railway 1887. Built by Robertson, Greenock Scotland 1869. First engine 33x30 by W. ...
      Official No.: 60418; Previous Registration: British (1882) First Rebuild: Official Number: 60418 ...
  • Neepawah (1903)
        Official No.: 102579; Previous Registration: British (1909) 245x40x22 Owned by New Ontario Steamship Co.; to Inland Navigation Co. 1908; to Canada Steamship Lines 1913. Engine 20½-34-56x36 by J. G. Kincaid, Glasgow. Rammed and sank "Choctaw" 12/07/15 Presqu'Ile, Lake Huron. Captured by submarine and sunk 22/04/17 near Bishop Rock. ; Final ...
      Official No.: 102579; Previous Registration: British (1909) 245x40x22 Owned by New Ontario ...
  • Effort (1868)
        Official No.: 62065; Previous Registration: British 53x10x7 Owned by H. Hilyard, Portland N. B. 1877; K. Morrison, Point Tupper N. S. 1886.
      Official No.: 62065; Previous Registration: British 53x10x7 Owned by H. Hilyard, Portland ...
  • Carleton (1907)
        Other Names: Ignifer (1916); Official No.: 124212; Previous Registration: British (1921) 240x41x14. Owned by F. E. Hall & Co., Montreal 1907-1915; Gas Light & Coke Co., London England 1916-1921; Geo. Hall Coal Co. Montreal 1921; to Canada Steamship Lines 1926. United Kingdom Register when on Lakes from 1907; back to ...
      Other Names: Ignifer (1916); Official No.: 124212; Previous Registration: British (1921) 240x41x14. ...
  • Gaspe (1862)
        Other Names: Emma; Official No.: 55922; Previous Registration: British (1867) as Emma 165x21x11 Owned by Quebec & Gulf Ports Steamship Co. Used Quebec-Pictou-St. John's Nfld. Arrived from United Kingdom early 1867: "The tub Emma" (Montreal "Gazette"). Saloon added 1867, carried about 70 passengers. Wrecked in fog 20/06/72 Miquelon. ; Final ...
      Other Names: Emma; Official No.: 55922; Previous Registration: British (1867) as Emma ...
  • Impoco (1910)
        Official No.: 129096; Later Registration: U.K. (1913) 242x40x19 Owned by Imperial Oil Ltd. Torpedoed 30/05/18 off Kinsale Head, England. ; Final Location: U.K., War Loss
      Official No.: 129096; Later Registration: U.K. (1913) 242x40x19 Owned by Imperial Oil ...
  • "Garden Island" -- Depression Cure: Schooner Days CLII (152)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 18 Aug 1934     "Garden Island" -- Depression Cure Schooner Days CLII (152) NOT long ago, talking of the loss of the Jessie Breck when bound for Garden Island, something was promised about the barque of that name--not the Jessie Breck's, the island's--launched at that ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 18 Aug 1934   "Garden Island" -- Depression Cure Schooner Days CLII (152) NOT long ago, ...
  • Braving the Briny: Schooner Days LI (51)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 11 Jun 1932     Braving the Briny Schooner Days LI (51) This world is getting smaller and smaller. Only last month we had the steamer Grenland, of Skien, Norway, at Hamilton, with coal, seventeen days out from Wales, and clearing for Detroit, to load pitch for ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 11 Jun 1932   Braving the Briny Schooner Days LI (51) This world is getting smaller ...
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