Schooner Number of Decks 1 Hull Materials Wood

Builder Name R. Robinson
Ownership Original Owner Montreal Transportation Co.
Original Owner Location Kingston, ONT.
Power (Sail) Sail Number Masts 3 Dimensions Length 165.8′ Beam 34.8′ Depth 13.4′ Tonnage Gross 660 Tonnage Net 627
Final Location Behind Nicholson Island. Lake Ontario.
Final Date 25 10 Final 1898
Final Notes In tow of steamer JAMES A. WALKER, with KILDONAN, all 3 foundered in a storm; one life lost.
1883 – Sep Towed by tug ACTIVE; delivered railway iron to Lake Superior.
1886 – Towed by GLENGARRY, Duluth & Montreal grain trade with JOHN GASKIN.
1887 – Nov 17 Bound Port Dalhousie – Kingston in tow of steamer GLENGARRY, lost tow & sank 2.5 miles west of Amherst Island, Lake Ontario; recovered.
1891 – Wheat cargo damaged.
1892 – Apr 29 Bound Kingston – Port Arthur, lost tow of GLENGARRY on Lake Superior off Peninsular harbor.
1892 – May 3 Found hard aground, Lake George flats.
1892 – May 7 Lost tow off Isle Royal; trapped in ice off Duluth, MN.
1892 – May 13 Towed by steamer GATWICK to Fort William.
1892 – Jun 2 Collision with schooner MAGNET off Mamajuda Island, Detroit River.
1896- Rebuilt as schooner-barge, renamed HECTOR; 170′ x 36′ x 12′; 576 gross / 539 net tons.
1898 – Oct 26 Foundered, Lake Ontario.

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