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  • ELIZA (pre1813, Other)
    Ship       Final Date: 4 Oct 1813; 1813, May At siege, Fort Meigs. 1813, Oct 4 Burned at Chatham, ONT.; Final Location: Chatham, ONT. Thames River, Burned.
    Ship     Final Date: 4 Oct 1813; 1813, May At siege, Fort Meigs. 1813, Oct 4 Burned at Chatham, ONT.; Final Location: Chatham, ONT. Thames River, Burned.
  • REINDEER (1814, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH
  • TRADER (1816, Schooner)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 56.1' x 15.8' x 4'
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 56.1' x 15.8' x 4'
  • TRIUMPH (1816, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 12 Nov 1820; Dimensions (LBD): 59' 10" x 12' x 3' 10" ; 1820, Nov 12 Stranded Genesee Bar, NY, Lake Ontario.; Final Location: Genesee Bar, off Rochester, NY. Lake Ontario., Stranded.; Stranded & wrecked to total loss; crew rescued by steamer ONTARIO.
    Ship     Final Date: 12 Nov 1820; Dimensions (LBD): 59' 10" x 12' x 3' 10" ; 1820, Nov 12 Stranded Genesee Bar, NY, Lake Ontario.; Final Location: Genesee Bar, off Rochester, ...
  • QUEEN CHARLOTTE (1818, Steamer)
    Ship       Final Date: 1838; Dimensions (LBD): 130' x 18' x 8' ; 1818, Apr 22 Launched; ran Carrying Place, Bay of Quinte to Prescott, ONT; third steamer on Great Lakes. 1838 Broken up.; Master Carpenter: Henry Gildersleeve; Original Owner: John Hamilton et al; Final Location: Cataraqui Bay, west of Kingston, ONT ...
    Ship     Final Date: 1838; Dimensions (LBD): 130' x 18' x 8' ; 1818, Apr 22 Launched; ran Carrying Place, Bay of Quinte to Prescott, ONT; third steamer on Great Lakes. 1838 ...
  • PRINCE REGENT, H.M.S. (1812, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: GENERAL BERESFORD;NETLEY;NIAGARA; Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 71.9' x 21' x 9' ; 1813 Renamed GENERAL BERESFORD. 1814 Rebuilt as a brig; renamed NETLEY. 1837 Sold out of government service. 1838 Repurchased & renamed NIAGARA; used as accomidation vessel at Kingston. 1843 Sold out of government service.; Original ...
    Ship     Other Names: GENERAL BERESFORD;NETLEY;NIAGARA; Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 71.9' x 21' x 9' ; 1813 Renamed GENERAL BERESFORD. 1814 Rebuilt as a brig; renamed NETLEY. 1837 Sold out of ...
  • RACER (1818, Schooner)
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  • GENERAL JACKSON (1815, Schooner)
    Ship       1815 Enrolled Presque Isle 1815-1823 Seven enrollments Detroit, Michigan 1825 Wrecked Masonary Point, Straits of Mackinac
    Ship     1815 Enrolled Presque Isle 1815-1823 Seven enrollments Detroit, Michigan 1825 Wrecked Masonary Point, Straits of Mackinac
  • SWALLOW PACKET (1817, Schooner)
    Ship       1817-1820 Two enrollments Sackets Harbor; ran Sodus-Kingston. 1820, Nov Ashore near Genessee River. 1821-25 Five enrollments Genessee.
    Ship     1817-1820 Two enrollments Sackets Harbor; ran Sodus-Kingston. 1820, Nov Ashore near Genessee River. 1821-25 Five enrollments Genessee.
  • KINGSTON (1816, Schooner)
    Ship       1818 Withdrawn.
    Ship     1818 Withdrawn.
  • HEARTLESS (pre1817, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 1817; 1817 Wrecked at Chicago; first shipwreck in that area.; Final Location: Chicago, IL. Lake Michigan., Wrecked.
    Ship     Final Date: 1817; 1817 Wrecked at Chicago; first shipwreck in that area.; Final Location: Chicago, IL. Lake Michigan., Wrecked.
  • DELYACE (pre1818, Schooner)
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  • WOOD DUCK (1819, Schooner)
    Ship       1827, July Captain Mundy had a narrow escape trying to board the steamer CANADA at York (Toronto) 1828 Owned William Gibbons 1828 Owned William Arthurs
    Ship     1827, July Captain Mundy had a narrow escape trying to board the steamer CANADA at York (Toronto) 1828 Owned William Gibbons 1828 Owned William Arthurs
  • BLACK BEAR (c1810, Schooner)
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  • TRAVELER (1814, Schooner)
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  • SYLPH, U.S.S. (1818, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 12 May 1824; Dimensions (LBD): 32' x 10' 4" x 3' 8" ; 1824, Apr 22 Owned Horatio G. Haskin, Sandusky, OH. 1824. May 12 Wrecked Lake Erie.; Final Location: North Bass Island. Lake Erie., Wrecked.; Wrecked in gale, all (6) lost.
    Ship     Final Date: 12 May 1824; Dimensions (LBD): 32' x 10' 4" x 3' 8" ; 1824, Apr 22 Owned Horatio G. Haskin, Sandusky, OH. 1824. May 12 Wrecked Lake Erie.; ...
  • NEPTUNE (1816, Schooner)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 55' 8" x 17' 7" x 7' 3" ; 1816 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1820, Jun 9 Struck by lightning, Detroit River. 1822, Sep 2 Owned Sheldon Thompson, Black Rock, OH. 1823, Sep 10 Owned Jonathon Johnson, Cleveland. 1823, Sep 17 Owned Levi Johnson. 1825, Jun 23 Owned Charles ...
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 55' 8" x 17' 7" x 7' 3" ; 1816 Enrolled Cleveland, OH. 1820, Jun 9 Struck by lightning, Detroit River. 1822, Sep 2 Owned Sheldon Thompson, Black ...
  • NEW HAVEN (1815, Schooner)
    Ship       1815 - 25 13 enrollments, Oswego, New York.
    Ship     1815 - 25 13 enrollments, Oswego, New York.
  • COMMODORE OWEN (c1810, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 12 Nov 1820; Final Location: Near Oak Orchard, NY. Lake Ontario., Driven ashore & wrecked in storm.; People saved.
    Ship     Final Date: 12 Nov 1820; Final Location: Near Oak Orchard, NY. Lake Ontario., Driven ashore & wrecked in storm.; People saved.
  • LADY CULVER (c1819, Schooner)
    Ship       1819 - 1823 Enrolled Genesee, NY.
    Ship     1819 - 1823 Enrolled Genesee, NY.
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