MARY E. BURGOYNE US17027

Also Known As TEMPEST Canadian 1859

Site Description #

  • Schooner
  • ?
  • 70ft
  • N43 57 49 W76 44 79

Chronlogical History #

  • 1851 – Built Napanee ON as TEMPEST
  • 1859 – Enrolled Oswego, New York, renamed MARY E. BURGOYNE
  • 1861 – Owned Reed & Stone, Oswego
  • 1863 – Owned M.V. Poucher, Oswego
  • 1865 – Same owner, read measured 81 gross tons
  • 1866 – Owned C. Guthrie, Oswego
  • 1871 – May Burned at Hanford’s Landing, Ontario, Lake Ontario; said to be a total loss

Mills Listing #

Type of Ship:Schooner
Port of Registry:Milford, Ontario
Where Built:Marysburgh, Ontario
Gross Tonnage:61
Remarks:

  • Owned at Oswego, New York, U.S.A.
  • Mortgage register
  • YEAR OF REGISTRATION carded as 1851-1856

Reference:1423|42Volume:1423Other Reference:

Old VolumePagesMicrofilm Reel #See Volume No.
2123C-390

Board of Lake Underwriters Lake Vessel Register, 1861 & 1863 #

Schooner MARY E. BURGOYNE. Of 97 tons. Built 1851 at Napanee by [no entry]. Owned by Reed & Stone. Home port, Oswego. Value $2,000 Class B 2. REMARKS. — Formerly the TEMPEST.  

BURGOYNE, MARY E. Schooner, burned at Hanford’s Landing, Lake Ontario, May 1871; total loss. 
      Marine Disasters of the Western 
      Lakes 1871, Capt. J.W. Hall 

Selected Historical Articles more at www.historyofthegreatlakes.ca

TEMPEST Schooner, (now MARY E. BURGOYNE) cargo lumber, waterlogged on Lake Ontario, July 1859. Sprung up her deck, towed to Oswego and repaired. Property loss, hull $1,000 cargo $200 
      Disasters to Oswego vessels During 1859 
      Oswego (N.Y.) Commercial Times 
      April 10, 1860 
Schooner TEMPEST. U. S. No. 24150. Of 196.30 tons gross; 186.49 tons net. Built Racine, Wis, 1848. Home port, Chicago, Ill. 126.0 x 26.0 x 8.0 
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1892


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