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  • BAY STATE (1852, Propeller)
        Other Names: ONTARIO; Final Date: 2 Nov 1862; Dimensions (LBD): 137' 0.3" x 25' 0.7" x 11' 0.4" ; 1852, Sep 21 Maiden voyage Buffalo-Detroit. 1852, Oct 7 Enrolled Oswego, NY; owned D.C. Bancroft. 1854, Jul 1 Enrolled Cape Vincent, NY; owned Watertown & Rome Railroad Co; C.C. Bancroft, agent. ...
      Other Names: ONTARIO; Final Date: 2 Nov 1862; Dimensions (LBD): 137' 0.3" ...
  • FLOWER CITY (1879, Steamer)
        Other Names: FLOWER CITY;ONTARIO; Official No.: 120413; Dimensions (LBD): 120.5' x 20.5' x 7' ; 1880, Aug 31 First enrolled Genesee, NY. 1881, Aug 6 Burned Clayton dock, NY; partial loss. 1884 Rebuilt by Robert Davis, Clayton; owned M. Barney, Clayton; 160' 7" x 21' x 7'6"; 444 gross / ...
      Other Names: FLOWER CITY;ONTARIO; Official No.: 120413; Dimensions (LBD): 120.5' x 20.5' ...
  • NORTHERN MICHIGAN (1853, Propeller)
        Other Names: ONTARIO; Official No.: 53044; Final Date: Dec 1872; Dimensions (LBD): 137' x 25' 6" x 11' ; 1853, May 7 Enrolled Buffalo, NY. 1853, May 10 Maiden trip to Dover, ONT. 1853, Oct 22 Bound Oswego - Cleveland, lost cargo in Lake Erie gale. 1854 Enrolled at Cape ...
      Other Names: ONTARIO; Official No.: 53044; Final Date: Dec 1872; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • ONTARIO (1700's, Brig)
        Original Owner: French Navy
      Original Owner: French Navy
  • ONTARIO (1755, Sloop)
        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
      Official No.: BRITISH; Dimensions (LBD): 55' x 15.7' ; 1756, August 14 ...
  • ONTARIO (1775)
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  • ONTARIO (1810, Schooner)
        Dimensions (LBD): 65' x 19' x 8' ; 1816, May 9 Owned Hunter, Crane, et.al., New York 1830 Tonnage change; 55 tons old style, later changed tonnage to 49 tons old style 1834 Rebuilt; 64.33 tons old style 1834, April 9 Owned S.Hawley, Oswego 1840, October 20 Wrecked, Conneaut, Ohio, ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 65' x 19' x 8' ; 1816, May 9 Owned ...
  • ONTARIO (1812-1813, Schooner)
  • ONTARIO (1817, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1832; Dimensions (LBD): 112' x 28' x 8' 3" ; Plied Lake Ontario between Lewiston & Ogdensburg, New York, until 1832 1817, April First launched 1817, April 11 First enrolled Sackett's Harbor, New York 1820 Hard aground, Oswego Harbor, New York 1826 Ran onto shoal in fog, Thousand ...
      Final Date: 1832; Dimensions (LBD): 112' x 28' x 8' 3" ; ...
  • ONTARIO (1839, Steamer)
        Other Names: LORD SYDENHAM;MONTREAL; Official No.: 32910; Final Date: 1863; Dimensions (LBD): 197' x 25' x 9' ; 1840, April 22 Shaft, crank, beam & cylinders of an engine broke, Saint Lawrence River 1841 Renamed LORD SYDENHAM 1843, May 29 Struck & sunk steamer QUEEN, Saint Lawrence River 1846 Sank, ...
      Other Names: LORD SYDENHAM;MONTREAL; Official No.: 32910; Final Date: 1863; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • ONTARIO (1841, Steamer)
        Final Date: 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 105' x 18' x 8' ; Prescott, Ontario also listed as build city 1855, May 4 Stranded Nicholsons Island, Presque Isle (?) 1856 Scrapped
      Final Date: 1856; Dimensions (LBD): 105' x 18' x 8' ; Prescott, ...
  • ONTARIO (1842, Brig)
        Final Date: 1 Oct 1858; 1842 First enrolled Sackett's Harbor, New York 1848, Fall Reportedly wrecked near north Buffalo pier, New York; listed as 3 masted schooner 1849, October 10 Ashore in gale with lumber, Twin Rivers, Lake Michigan 1854 Owned Milwaukee parties, Wisconsin; 130 tons old style 1858, August ...
      Final Date: 1 Oct 1858; 1842 First enrolled Sackett's Harbor, New York ...
  • ONTARIO (1846, Propeller)
        Other Names: CARRIER PIGEON; Dimensions (LBD): 136.8' x 25.2' x 9.11' ; 1846, September 9 First launched 1848 Ran Chicago, Illinois & Oswego, New York in grain trade 1849, March 12 Severely damaged from Chicago flood 1850 Ran Buffalo, New York & Ogdensburg, New York 1850, April 30 Copper-fastened for ...
      Other Names: CARRIER PIGEON; Dimensions (LBD): 136.8' x 25.2' x 9.11' ; ...
  • ONTARIO (1847, Steamer)
        Other Names: ABYSSINIAN; Official No.: 19062; Final Date: 13 Nov 1883; Dimensions (LBD): 232' 1" x 32' 2" x 11' 6" ; 1847, December 7 First launched 1847, June 27 First enrolled Oswego, New York 1848 Operated in the U.S. Espress Line; ran between Lake Ontario ports; mates: NORTHERNER, CATARACT ...
      Other Names: ABYSSINIAN; Official No.: 19062; Final Date: 13 Nov 1883; Dimensions ...
  • ONTARIO (1850-1851, Steamer)
        Dimensions (LBD): 176' x 25' x 10' ; 1853, September 21 Wrecked by steamer VERMONT on Saint Lawrence River 1854 Owned Torrence & Company, Montreal, Quebec 1854, December 4 Ashore & wrecked in storm, Nicholson Island, Ontario, Lake Ontario; last owned Hooker & Jacques, Montreal; Later recovered & rebuilt as ...
      Dimensions (LBD): 176' x 25' x 10' ; 1853, September 21 Wrecked ...
  • ONTARIO (1851, Schooner)
        1854 Owned H. Waters, Port Dover, Ontario 1854 Wrecked, Lake Ontario
      1854 Owned H. Waters, Port Dover, Ontario 1854 Wrecked, Lake Ontario
  • ONTARIO (1852, Propeller)
        1873 Owned Hood, Toronto, Ontario
      1873 Owned Hood, Toronto, Ontario
  • ONTARIO (1856, Bark)
        1858, August Waterlogged, Lake Erie 1860 Owned Bruce & Company, Nova Scotia
      1858, August Waterlogged, Lake Erie 1860 Owned Bruce & Company, Nova Scotia
  • ONTARIO (1856, Schooner)
        Final Date: 10 Sep 1881; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 25' x 9.5' ; 1866 Owned Collier & Ferrington, Whitby, Ontario 1866, July 18 Owned James Collier, Milford, Ontario 1866, July 31 Owned Donald Graham & John A. Phippen, Belleville, Ontario 1869 Rebuilt; 233 gross tons, 218 net tons 1875, September ...
      Final Date: 10 Sep 1881; Dimensions (LBD): 110' x 25' x 9.5' ...
  • ONTARIO (1857, Tug (Towboat))
        Official No.: 19127; Final Date: 17 Nov 1883; Dimensions (LBD): 72.6' x 16.6' x 6.6' ; 1857, July 8 First enrolled, Oswego, New York 1860 Owned Miller & Hand, Toledo, Ohio Date Unknown Owned Hand & Rutherford 1866, March Owned Captain A. Stone, Cleveland, Ohio 1867, February 25 Owned James ...
      Official No.: 19127; Final Date: 17 Nov 1883; Dimensions (LBD): 72.6' x ...
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