1836, Sep 28 Launched.
1839 Owned British Naval Service; 3 guns.
1846, Aug 5 Sold at auction to Robert Gastin, 250 tons burthen, rebuilt as 3 masted schooner.
1847 - 48 Large repairs by Robt. Gaskin, Kingston.
1851 Lengthened & rebuilt, Kingston, 3 masts, 204 tons; owned Routh & Davidson, Port Stanley, ONT.
1851, Nov Ran to Halifax.
1855, Oct 2 Ashore at Long Point, Lake Erie with corn; recovered, owned Andrew Miniker, Milford, ONT.
1857 Rebuilt at Kingston, ONT by George Thurston; renamed GEM, 228 tons.
1858 Owned Joseph Doyle, Kingston.
1858 Renamed BRITON.
1862, Sep 17 Grounded at Detroit, Detroit River.
1863 Owned Allan Doyle, Kingston.
1864 Owned Ellen Doyle, Kingston; rigged as barkentine.
1864, Apr 27 Capsized off Duck Islands, crew saved.
1865, Aug 6 Robert Post, Pickering, NY, (US Registry).
1867 - 70 Schooner, US10155; 216.92 gross tons.
1867, Nov 29 Aground at Dunkirk, Lake Erie.
1873 Out of registry, no explanation.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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