1854 Owned William Meyers, Belleville, ONT.
1855, Aug 11 Owned R.H. & Thomas Rae, Hamilton, ONT; 265 tons.
1856 Renamed JOHN RAE.
1856, May Sailed Hamilton, ONT via Buffalo, NY - Saint John, NBR with corn; first Lakes vessel to ship directly to that port.
1859, Sep 22 Owned A. McCormack, Kingston, ONT.
1860, Nov Damaged in Lake Erie gale.
1862, Nov Ashore Niagara, Lake Ontario.
1863, Apr 10 Owned E.R. Routh, Hamilton, ONT; 255 ton brigantine.
1863, Dec Damaged cargo, Lake Ontario.
1865 New center board; 206 gross tons.
1865, Jul 11 Owned T. Kirkpatrick, Kingston, ONT.
1865, Nov 13 Damaged in gale, Port Washington.
1866 Wrecked & sunk near the Ducks in Eastern Lake Ontario.
1867, Jul 22 Owned R.A. Hill, Hamilton, ONT.
1868, Apr 30 Owned John Proctor, Hamilton.
1869, Nov 19 Aground Presque Isle, Lake Huron.
1870, May 2 Owned William Hall & W.J. Douglass.
1870, Jul Collision with ALBATROS Burlington Beach canal; both damaged.
1871 Owned Hamilton, schooner; possibly rebuilt J.Counter, Kingston, ONT.
1872, Sep 20 Owned R.H. Riches, Toronto, ONT.
1872, Nov 26 Ashore Timber Island, Lake Ontario.
1873, May 9 Released by steam tug CRUSADER, repaired Oswego; salvaged by Americans, rebuilt by Miller, Oswego, NY; renamed DUNCAN CITY.
1876 Owned Smith & Son, Oswego, NY.
1879 Owned Smith & Post, Oswego.
1884, Jun Sunk in collision with M.L. HIGGIE off Bailey's Harbor, Lake Michigan; 210 tons.
1888, Oct 26 Wrecked, Lake Michigan.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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