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  • PEGGY (1792, Schooner)
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  • ONONDAGA (1790, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; 1793 Aground at York(Toronto); released. 1797 Damaged in storm; comdemned Kingston, ONT.; Original Owner: British Government
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; 1793 Aground at York(Toronto); released. 1797 Damaged in storm; comdemned Kingston, ONT.; Original Owner: British Government
  • INDUSTRY (1791, Sloop)
    Ship       Built for navigation of Lakes Erie & Huron.; Original Owner: North West Company
    Ship     Built for navigation of Lakes Erie & Huron.; Original Owner: North West Company
  • MISSISSAUGA (1790, Schooner)
    Ship       1801 Laid up.
    Ship     1801 Laid up.
  • MOHAWK (1794, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 1803; 1798 - 99 Carried limestone for first Toronto lighthouse. 1803 Beyond repair.
    Ship     Final Date: 1803; 1798 - 99 Carried limestone for first Toronto lighthouse. 1803 Beyond repair.
  • GOOD INTENT (1799, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 1806; 1806 Wrecked, Lake Erie. ; Final Location: Point Abino. Lake Erie., Ran ashore.; Cargo & crew lost, 8 men.
    Ship     Final Date: 1806; 1806 Wrecked, Lake Erie. ; Final Location: Point Abino. Lake Erie., Ran ashore.; Cargo & crew lost, 8 men.
  • DUCHESS OF YORK (1792)
    Ship       Final Date: 21 Dec 1799; Final Location: Devil's Nose. Lake Ontario, Wrecked.
    Ship     Final Date: 21 Dec 1799; Final Location: Devil's Nose. Lake Ontario, Wrecked.
  • JEMIMA (1797, Schooner)
    Ship       First American vessel built on Lake Ontario, about 3 miles below Rochester, NY.
    Ship     First American vessel built on Lake Ontario, about 3 miles below Rochester, NY.
  • CHIPPEWA (c1790, Schooner)
    Ship       Final Date: 1803; 1893 Re-rigged at Detroit as a snow; carried merchandise, military stores & passengers Fort Erie - Mackinac. 1793 Seized by British, fitted with 6 guns & stationed at Marden; carried crew of 12. 1794, Aug At Fort Miami during Battle of Fallen Timbers. 1795 Required extensive repairs ...
    Ship     Final Date: 1803; 1893 Re-rigged at Detroit as a snow; carried merchandise, military stores & passengers Fort Erie - Mackinac. 1793 Seized by British, fitted with 6 guns & stationed ...
  • YORK (1792, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: Dec 1799; 1799, December Wrecked, Lake Ontario; Final Location: Devil's Nose near Pultneyville, New York, Lake Ontario, Wrecked in storm
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: Dec 1799; 1799, December Wrecked, Lake Ontario; Final Location: Devil's Nose near Pultneyville, New York, Lake Ontario, Wrecked in storm
  • YORK PACKET (pre1798, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 7 Apr 1798; 1798, April 7 Near Presqu'ile, Ontario; owned Samuel Heron & Abner Miles, York (Toronto, Ontario ; Final Location: Near Presqu'ile, Ontario, Lake Ontario, Wrecked; Bound Genessee R (Rochester), New York, for York (Toronto), Ontario, she was sabotaged, wrecked in a storm, cargo ...
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 7 Apr 1798; 1798, April 7 Near Presqu'ile, Ontario; owned Samuel Heron & Abner Miles, York (Toronto, Ontario ; Final Location: Near Presqu'ile, Ontario, Lake ...
  • WASHINGTON (1797, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: LADY WASHINGTON; Final Date: 11 Nov 1803; 1798 Carried on wheels to Lake Ontario, sold Canadian, renamed LADY WASHINGOTN; Final Location: Near Oswego, NY Lake Ontario, storm; went missing, last seen off Oswego, NY
    Ship     Other Names: LADY WASHINGTON; Final Date: 11 Nov 1803; 1798 Carried on wheels to Lake Ontario, sold Canadian, renamed LADY WASHINGOTN; Final Location: Near Oswego, NY Lake Ontario, storm; went ...
  • SCHENECTADY (1797, Schooner)
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  • SPEEDY (1798, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 8 Oct 1804; 1804, October 8 Foundered with all hands off Presque Isle, Ontario, Lake Ontario; Final Location: Off Presque Isle, Ontario, Lake Ontario, Foundered; Foundered in blizzard & gale while en route with principals in a murder trial & a number of British V.I.P.s ...
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 8 Oct 1804; 1804, October 8 Foundered with all hands off Presque Isle, Ontario, Lake Ontario; Final Location: Off Presque Isle, Ontario, Lake Ontario, Foundered; ...
  • TORONTO (1799, Schooner)
    Ship       Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1811; 1811, Sep Manned with 6 guns. 1811 or 1812, Summer Stranded.; Original Owner: British Government; Final Location: Gibraltar Point, near York, ONT. Lake Ontario., Stranded.; Possibly 1812; stranded on rocky reef.
    Ship     Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: 1811; 1811, Sep Manned with 6 guns. 1811 or 1812, Summer Stranded.; Original Owner: British Government; Final Location: Gibraltar Point, near York, ONT. Lake Ontario., ...
  • GENERAL WILKINSON (1797, Schooner)
    Ship       Other Names: AMELIA; 1802 or 1810 Renamed AMELIA. 1810 Repaired. 1812 Owned American Government; armed for Perry's Naval Squadron; participated in Battle of Lake Erie.
    Ship     Other Names: AMELIA; 1802 or 1810 Renamed AMELIA. 1810 Repaired. 1812 Owned American Government; armed for Perry's Naval Squadron; participated in Battle of Lake Erie.
  • POLLY (1792, Sloop)
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  • TRIAL (1790, Schooner)
    Ship       Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 21.5' x 7.2'
    Ship     Dimensions (LBD): 50' x 21.5' x 7.2'
  • TWO BROTHERS (pre1799, Schooner)
    Ship       1799 In service Lake Ontario, Captain A. Burnt. 1805 Wrecked, Buffalo, NY. 1833, Nov 12 Bound Pultneyville to Oswego, NY, feared lost on Lake Ontario; owned A. & B. Todd. 1835, Nov Landed on top of pier at Buffalo, NY; total loss.
    Ship     1799 In service Lake Ontario, Captain A. Burnt. 1805 Wrecked, Buffalo, NY. 1833, Nov 12 Bound Pultneyville to Oswego, NY, feared lost on Lake Ontario; owned A. & B. Todd. ...
  • OTTER (1793, Sloop)
    Ship       1893, July 2 Launched 1893, August 2 Arrived Grand Portage, Minnesota Made 4 or 5 trips per season between Sault Saint Marie & Grand Portage In service until 1802; Original Owner: North West Company
    Ship     1893, July 2 Launched 1893, August 2 Arrived Grand Portage, Minnesota Made 4 or 5 trips per season between Sault Saint Marie & Grand Portage In service until 1802; Original ...
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