MINERVA COOK C40773

  • Schooner
  • 10ffw 3m
  • 90ft Lengths
  • Pt. Pennsylvania, Lake Ontario
  • N 44 00′ 30.39 W 76 17 11.94

Chronological History #

  • 1851 Ashore, Long Point Cut, Lake Erie.
  • 1854 Ashore, Eighteen Mile Creek, Lake Ontario.
  • 1854 Rebuilt, 170 tons.
  • 1858, Oct Sank off Long Point in collision with bark CLAYTON.
  • 1863 Owned Calvin & Breck, Garden Island.
  • 1863, Sep Capsized off South Bay Point, Lake Ontario.
  • 1865, Jun 29 Owned John Frazer, Kingston, ONT.
  • 1865, Oct Ashore Sodus, NY with lumber.
  • 1866, Oct Damaged in collision with schooner E.MASTERS at Mill Point.
  • 1868, Nov Wrecked, Lake Ontario.

C. Patrick Labadie FIle

  • Built in 1840 at Garden Island, Ontario
  • Vessel Type: Schooner
  • Hull Material: Wood
  • Number of Decks: 1
  • Number of Masts: 2
  • Builder’s Name: Lewis Goler
  • Original Owner: Calvin, Cook & Comapny
  • Dimensions: 88.7′ L x 18.1′ B x 9.4′ D
  • Tonnage (Old Style) 137
  • Final Location Point Peninsula, NY
  • Sank: November 1868

Selected Historical Articles for more www.maritimehistoryofthegreatlakes.ca #

Buffalo Commercial Advertiser 
      Jan. 15, 1859 (1858 Casualty List)  #

COOK, MINERVA Schooner (C), cargo of timber and staves, sunk off Long Point, Lake Ontario, by collision with the Bark CLAYTON. Total loss. Property loss $3,300. 
     

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