The PRIMROSE. — We are sorry that our fears respecting the fate of this vessel were too well founded. She has sunk off Point Petre, and all hands have perished. The names of the unfortunate sufferers were Henry Stanton (master,) William Burlingham, John Trumpour, and James Bailey, the latter was a native of Ballywalter in the County of Down, Ireland, and had only been two and a half years in this country. — Picton Sun. 
      The News, Kingston 
      Thursday, November 7, 1844 

The schooner PRIMROSE it is feared, has gone down with all hands. We learn from the Picton Sun that some pieces of a vessel, supposed to have belonged to the PRIMROSE, were picked up on the beach at Wellington.

PRIMROSEYear of Registration:n.d.Type of Ship:SchoonerPort of Registry:Picton, OntarioGross Tonnage:47Remarks:

  • REBUILT at Oswego, New York, U.S.A.
  • PORT OF REGISTRY carded as: Registered at Picton (Milford, Ontario ?)

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