JUNO (1842, Propeller) IDENTIFICATION Year of Build: 1842 CONSTRUCTION AND OWNERSHIP Built at: Montreal, QUE Vessel Type: Propeller Note: Square-sterned, carvel built; one of the first propellers on the Lakes. Hull Materials: Wood Number of Decks: 1 Builder Name: Duncan Sinclair Original Owner and Location: MacPherson, Crane & Co., Kingston, ONT. POWER Number of Masts: 1 Propulsion: Screw # Propellers: 2 Propulsion Notes: Walker’s patent propellers, St. Mary Foundry Company. 21′ engine room, 20 tons. DIMENSIONS Length: 87.1′ Beam: 16.7′ Depth: 5.5′ Tonnage (net): 57.28 FINAL DISPOSITION Final Location: St. Lawrence River. Date: 21 Jul 1873 How: Sunk. HISTORY1849, Jun 25 Registered Kingston, ONT; 87.5 x 16.6 x 5.4′, 81 2201/3500 tons burthen; new tonage doesn’t reflect a rebuild, but different tonnage formulae between coast & inland. 1853, Jun 27 Owned Robertson et al, Montreal, QUE. 1853, Sep 6 Owned MacPherson, Crane & Co., Kingston. 1853, Nov 12 Owned Robertson, Jones & Co., Montreal. 1855 Rebuilt by A. Cantin, Montreal; owned Glassford, Jones & Co., Montreal. 1861, Jun Sunk Beauharnois Canal, St. Lawrence River.
1863 Rebuilt, 170 net tons, capacity 11,000 bushels. 1866 Removed from registry. 1873, Jun 21 Sunk, St. Lawrence River.