Dimensions: 84.0 x 20.3 x 7.0
Type of Wreck: Schooner
Location of Wreck: Galloup Islands
Place and Builder: Merritton, ON
Year Built: 1877
Buffalo Evening News November 14, 1905 #
FEARS FOR SCHOONER. Napanee, Ont. Nov. 14. — The schooner MARY of this port which left North Fairhaven November 4th., loaded with coal, has not been heard of since, and considerable anxiety is felt. The crew consisted of Capt. Baird and three men, all residents here.
Buffalo Evening News November 18, 1905 #
WRECKAGE COMING ASHORE. – Kingston, Nov. 18. – Considerable wreckage has been found near Galloup Islands, which is believed to have come from the schooner MARY, which disappeared on Lake Ontario a fortnight ago. The wreckage consists of cabins painted green and white and other debris. The MARY left North Fair Haven with coal for Napanee, Ont., and since that time has not been heard from. She carried a crew of four men.
List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the Dominion of Canada, on December 31, 1905 #
Schooner MARY. Official Canada No. 74378. Of 87 tons Reg. Built Merritton, Ont., 1877. Home port, St. Catharines, Ont. 84.0 x 20.3 x 7.0 Owned by Andrew Baird, of Toronto.