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  • GEORGE (1755, Sloop)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 43' x 15' x 7' ; 1756, Jun 27 or Aug 14 Captured by the French force.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 43' x 15' x 7' ; 1756, Jun 27 or Aug 14 Captured by the French force.
  • HALIFAX (1756, Other)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH NAVY; Dimensions (LBD): 80.6' x 22' x 8.7' ; 1756, Aug 14 Captured; burned by French troops at Oswego.; Original Owner: British Navy
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH NAVY; Dimensions (LBD): 80.6' x 22' x 8.7' ; 1756, Aug 14 Captured; burned by French troops at Oswego.; Original Owner: British Navy
  • IROQUOISE (1759, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: HMS ANSON; Official No.: FRENCH; Final Date: 1761; Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 0' x 0' ; 1759 Built for French Fleet, St. Lawrence River. 1759 Part of defence force, Fort Niagra's loss to British. 1760, Aug Damaged on shoal & scuttled at Fort Levis (near Ogdensburg, NY). 1760, ...
    Ship     Other Names: HMS ANSON; Official No.: FRENCH; Final Date: 1761; Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 0' x 0' ; 1759 Built for French Fleet, St. Lawrence River. 1759 Part of defence ...
  • JOHNSON (1759, Other)
    Ship       Built as French naval vessel L'OUTAOUAISE. 1760 Taken by British at Isle Royale, St. Lawrence River; renamed JOHNSON: rigged as snow using gear of ONONDAGA. 1764, Nov 13 Lost Lake Ontario; part of Col. Bradstreet's small fleet.; Final Location: Near Ontario (Oswego), NY. Lake Ontario; Lost in storm enroute Niagara ...
    Ship     Built as French naval vessel L'OUTAOUAISE. 1760 Taken by British at Isle Royale, St. Lawrence River; renamed JOHNSON: rigged as snow using gear of ONONDAGA. 1764, Nov 13 Lost Lake ...
  • LALOUISE (pre1758, Other)
    Ship       Official No.: FRENCH; 1758 Captured by British.
    Ship     Official No.: FRENCH; 1758 Captured by British.
  • LIVELY, HMS (1755, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: FARQUMAR; Official No.: BRITISH; 2 guns, 28 swivels.
    Ship     Other Names: FARQUMAR; Official No.: BRITISH; 2 guns, 28 swivels.
  • LONDON, HMS (1756, Brig)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1756; Dimensions (LBD): 60' x 21' x 7' ; 1856 Lost in armed conflict with French on Lake Ontario.; Final Location: Oswego. Lake Ontario., Lost.; Lost in Seven Year War.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1756; Dimensions (LBD): 60' x 21' x 7' ; 1856 Lost in armed conflict with French on Lake Ontario.; Final Location: Oswego. Lake Ontario., Lost.; ...
  • MARQUISE DE VAUDREUIL (1755, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: FRENCH; Final Date: 1759; Dimensions (LBD): 60' x 21' x 7' ; 1758 Captured by British; used as a transport. 1759 Burned Oswego, NY.; Final Location: Oswego, NY. Lake Ontario, Burned.
    Ship     Official No.: FRENCH; Final Date: 1759; Dimensions (LBD): 60' x 21' x 7' ; 1758 Captured by British; used as a transport. 1759 Burned Oswego, NY.; Final Location: Oswego, NY. ...
  • MISSISAGA (1759, Other)
    Ship       1759, Jul Launched, Niagara.
    Ship     1759, Jul Launched, Niagara.
  • MISSISSAUGA (1755, Sloop)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: Dec 1759; Found by the British, a French sloop that may have been floated by the French at Fort Fontenac; renamed MISSISSAUGA. 1759, Dec Wrecked & damaged by ice, Lake Ontario.; Final Location: 30 miles east of Oswego, NY. Lake Ontario, Wrecked.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: Dec 1759; Found by the British, a French sloop that may have been floated by the French at Fort Fontenac; renamed MISSISSAUGA. 1759, Dec Wrecked ...
  • MOHAWK (1756, Sloop)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1756; Dimensions (LBD): 115' x 18' x 7' ; 1756 Captured & burned by French Navy, Lake Ontario.; Original Owner: British Navy; Final Location: Near Oswego, NY. Lake Ontario., Burned.; Captured by Montcalm of French Great Lakes Fleet; later burned.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1756; Dimensions (LBD): 115' x 18' x 7' ; 1756 Captured & burned by French Navy, Lake Ontario.; Original Owner: British Navy; Final Location: Near ...
  • ONONDAGA (1759, Other)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH NAVY; 1760 Built as the snow APOLLO; renamed ONONDAGA to please Indian chiefs. 1760, Aug 23 Lost in Battle of Fort Levis, St. Lawrence River; ran aground; shelled by French Artillery.; Original Owner: British Navy
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH NAVY; 1760 Built as the snow APOLLO; renamed ONONDAGA to please Indian chiefs. 1760, Aug 23 Lost in Battle of Fort Levis, St. Lawrence River; ran aground; ...
  • ONTARIO (1755, Sloop)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 55' x 15.7' ; 1756, August 14 Captured by French force 1758 Burned in Bradstreet's capture of Frontenac 1848, December In service of British force; Original Owner: British Navy
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 55' x 15.7' ; 1756, August 14 Captured by French force 1758 Burned in Bradstreet's capture of Frontenac 1848, December In service of British force; ...
  • OSWEGO, H.M.S. (1755, Sloop)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 43' x 15' x 7' ; 1756 Captured by French at Oswego, New York & burned; Original Owner: British Navy
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 43' x 15' x 7' ; 1756 Captured by French at Oswego, New York & burned; Original Owner: British Navy
  • OUTAOUAISE (1758, Brig)
    Ship       Other Names: WILLIAMSON; Final Date: 1761; 1858 Armed with ten 12 pound cannon, one 18 pound cannon & swivel guns; said to be the last French vessel on Lakes 1860, August 17 Surrendered to British Navy; repaired & put into British service as WILLIAMSON 1860, August 20 Attacked Fort Levis ...
    Ship     Other Names: WILLIAMSON; Final Date: 1761; 1858 Armed with ten 12 pound cannon, one 18 pound cannon & swivel guns; said to be the last French vessel on Lakes 1860, ...
  • VICTOIRE, LE (c1753, Sloop)
    Ship       Other Names: VICTORY; Official No.: FRENCH; 1758, August Destroyed at Fort Frontenac, Ontario, Lake Ontario by British; Original Owner: French forces
    Ship     Other Names: VICTORY; Official No.: FRENCH; 1758, August Destroyed at Fort Frontenac, Ontario, Lake Ontario by British; Original Owner: French forces
  • VIGILANT (1755, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1756; 1756 Captured, burned by French, Oswego, NY.; Final Location: Oswego, NY. Lake Ontario, Burned by French.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1756; 1756 Captured, burned by French, Oswego, NY.; Final Location: Oswego, NY. Lake Ontario, Burned by French.
  • WILLIAM & ANNE (1759, Other)
    Ship       Conveyed General Wolfe on his expedition to Quebec, Quebec 1853, August Engaged in Honduras & African timber trade
    Ship     Conveyed General Wolfe on his expedition to Quebec, Quebec 1853, August Engaged in Honduras & African timber trade
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