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  • Thomas Dobbie (Schooner), U4932, sunk, 1904
        Reason: sunk Freight: coal Remarks: Raised ...
      Reason: sunk Freight: coal Remarks: Raised ...
  • New York (1861)
        Official No.: 72588; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1877) 96x17x7 Owned by A. C. German, Haldimand Ont. Built by H. C. Pearson, Ogdensburg, N.Y. 1861. Engine 12x36 (maker unknown). As American vessel used on Prescott-Ogdensburg ferry. Bought for use on Bay of Quinte but "vessel was hauled out on the ways at ...
      Official No.: 72588; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1877) 96x17x7 Owned by A. C. ...
  • Rescue (1885)
        Official No.: 88244; 62x16x7 Owned by Deseronto Navigation Co. 1886; Rathbun Company 1895, 1901; to J. R. McLean, Sault Ste. Marie 1908; Superior Sand & Towing Co. 1917, 1921. Built by W. Evans, Deseronto and launched 16/05/85. Tug. Sank 27/09/22 Chippewa Ont. ; Final Location: Chippewa, Ontario, Canada, Foundered
      Official No.: 88244; 62x16x7 Owned by Deseronto Navigation Co. 1886; Rathbun Company ...
  • Resolute (1883)
        Other Names: John Rolph (1908); Official No.: 88241; First Rebuild: Official Number: 88241 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 137 x 28 -- 372 tons Rebuilt: in 1887 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Toronto, Ontario, Canada 126x28x10 Owned by Deseronto Navigation Co. (Rathbun) 1886, 1906; Point Anne Quarries Ltd. 1906, 1927. Built by ...
      Other Names: John Rolph (1908); Official No.: 88241; First Rebuild: Official Number: ...
  • Reliance (1881)
        Official No.: 85281; First Rebuild: Official Number: 85281 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 120 x 24 -- 239 tons Rebuilt: Deseronto, Ontario, Canada in 1889 120x24x9 Owned by W. R. Aylesworth, Deseronto 1886; Rathbun Company, Deseronto 1903; to Hepburn Bros., Picton 1908; to A. Lomer, Montreal 1916; A. L. Donaghue, Montreal 1921. ...
      Official No.: 85281; First Rebuild: Official Number: 85281 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 120 ...
  • Mohawk Queen (1904)
        Official No.: 103396; 45x9x4 Owned by R. Waddell, Trenton Ont.
      Official No.: 103396; 45x9x4 Owned by R. Waddell, Trenton Ont.
  • Kathleen (1888)
        Other Names: City of London (1893); Official No.: 92390; First Rebuild: Official Number: 92390 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 120 x 27 -- 516 tons Rebuilt: Deseronto, Ontario, Canada in 1891 106x27x8 Owned by North Shore Navigation Co. 1892. Built by M. Clayton, Kingston 1888. Engine 10-16-27x16 by Locomotive & Engineering Co. ...
      Other Names: City of London (1893); Official No.: 92390; First Rebuild: Official ...
  • Aragon (1896)
        Other Names: Bayanna (1946); Official No.: 150811; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1922) 249x42x15 Owned by International Waterways Navigation Co., Montreal 1921-1929; Essex Transit Co., Walkerville 1929-1933; E. Lefebvre, Montreal 1933-1937; Sterling Construction 1937-1941; Tees Transit Co., Hamilton 1941-1946; Bayswater Shipping Co. 1946-1962. Built by Detroit Drydock Co., Wyandotte Michigan 1896. Engine ...
      Other Names: Bayanna (1946); Official No.: 150811; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1922) 249x42x15 ...
  • Minerva Cook (Schooner), collision, 1 Oct 1866
        Reason: collision Hull damage: $100 Remarks: Damaged ...
      Reason: collision Hull damage: $100 Remarks: Damaged ...
  • E. Masters (Schooner), collision, 1 Oct 1866
        Reason: collision Hull damage: $2,000 Remarks: Damaged ...
      Reason: collision Hull damage: $2,000 Remarks: Damaged ...
  • David Andrews (Schooner), aground, 1 Nov 1875
        Reason: aground Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Remarks: Got off ...
  • Puritan (Barge), sunk, 1899
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Freight: iron ore Remarks: Total loss ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Freight: iron ore Remarks: Total loss ...
  • Quinte (Steamboat), C88242, fire, 23 Oct 1889
        Reason: fire Lives: 8 ? Remarks: Total loss ...
      Reason: fire Lives: 8 ? Remarks: Total loss ...
  • Starling (1869)
        Official No.: 74385; 39x8x4 Owned by W. R. Bartlett, Niagara 1869; to "Major Smith", Dunnville 1882. Built by Rathbun, Mill Point (Deseronto) Ont. 1869. Engine 7x8 by W. E. Holton, Brockville. Tug and ferry.
      Official No.: 74385; 39x8x4 Owned by W. R. Bartlett, Niagara 1869; to ...
  • Deseronto (1879)
        Official No.: 75914; First Rebuild: Official Number: 75914 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 80 x 12 -- 68 tons Rebuilt: Deseronto, Ontario, Canada in 1882 62x12x5 Owned by W. R. Aylesworth, Deseronto 1886; Rathbun Lumber Co. 1896; Rathbun Company (Deseronto Navigation Co.) 1901. Built by H. B. Rathbun & Son, Mill Point ...
      Official No.: 75914; First Rebuild: Official Number: 75914 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 80 ...
  • Denis Bowen (1873)
        Other Names: Nora (1886); Blanche; Official No.: 71160; First Rebuild: Official Number: 71269 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 50 x 10 -- 28 tons Rebuilt: Deseronto, Ontario, Canada in 1886 58x9x7 Owned by R. C. Carter, Deseronto Ont. 1895; Montreal Sand & Gravel Co. 1901; Dominion Government 1910, 1917. Built by J. ...
      Other Names: Nora (1886); Blanche; Official No.: 71160; First Rebuild: Official Number: ...
  • Salaberry (1902)
        Other Names: Quinte Queen (1910); Official No.: 111665; First Rebuild: Official Number: 111665 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 100 x 21 -- 203 tons Rebuilt: Deseronto, Ontario, Canada in 1910 100x21x5 First owner unknown; owned by Lehigh Portland Cement Co., Belleville 1907; Belle Isle Park Co., Ottawa 1912. Built by N. Sicotte, ...
      Other Names: Quinte Queen (1910); Official No.: 111665; First Rebuild: Official Number: ...
  • Picton (1870)
        158x26x8 (width over paddle boxes 44') Owned by J. S. McQuaig, Picton. Built by W. Yeomans, Mill Point (Deseronto) Ont. and launched 09/09/70. Used Montreal-Lake Ontario. Custom-House measure (pre-1877) 248t. "New cabins" 1872, no details. False sides added 1880 to improve stability. Reframed, new planking and keelsons Portsmouth Ont. 1882. ...
      158x26x8 (width over paddle boxes 44') Owned by J. S. McQuaig, Picton. ...
  • Pilgrim (1876)
        Official No.: 71070; 50x9x4 Owned by Rathbun, Mill Point (Deseronto) Ont. 1876, 1881; to S. S. Mutton, Toronto 1884. Built by Rathbun, Mill Point and launched 22/10/76. Engine 7½x9½ by C. Hose, Mill Point, from "Wave". Used on Bay of Quinte; Toronto ferry from 1884.
      Official No.: 71070; 50x9x4 Owned by Rathbun, Mill Point (Deseronto) Ont. 1876, ...
  • Puritan (1888)
        Other Names: Alberta; Official No.: 88247; 65x30x4 Owned by Rathbun, Deseronto. Built by W. Evans, Deseronto 1888. Engine 8x24 by Polson Iron Works, Toronto. Centre-wheel ferry. Sank 21/07/99 Bay of Quinte. ; Final Location: Bay of Quinte, Ontario, Canada, Foundered
      Other Names: Alberta; Official No.: 88247; 65x30x4 Owned by Rathbun, Deseronto. Built ...
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