Dimensions: 131.8 x 23.6 x 11 289 TOS
Type of Wreck: 3 Masted Bark
Location of Wreck: Timber Island
Place and Builder: Montreal PQ, C42742
Year Built: 1853
Mooring

Marine Disasters on the Western Lakes during 1869, Capt. J.W. Hall #

WATER WITCH Bark, capsized and sunk near Timber Island, Lake Ontario; total loss.

Buffalo Commercial Advertiser October 30, 1869 3-5 #

The bark WATERWITCH, with a cargo of iron, from Kingston, for Cleveland, foundered off South Bay, Lake Ontario, Sunday morning. The crew came ashore in a small boat.      

1853 – Sailed to Liverpool, England with a cargo of flour.
1854 – Dec 26 Owned John Campbell, Kingston, ONT.
1860 – Owned Walker & Barry, Kingston; 430 tons.
1862 – Major repairs; 365 tons.
1863 -Owned R.R. Perryn, Kingston; 392 tons.
1866 – Owned A. Finnimore, Kingston; 365 tons.
1869 – Oct 24 Foundered Lake Ontario; owned James Swift, Kingston.

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