The schooner Anna Maria (1850)
Port of Picton Registry, Number : 3 of 1852
|Name: ANNA MARIA||Type: Schooner|
|Official Number:||Tons (reg.) 59|
|Tons (gross):||Tons (net):|
|Where Built: Rednersville||Port of Registry / Hail: Picton|
|Build Year: 1850||Value:|
|Builder’s Name & Date of Certification: Marshall B. Roblin|
|Master’s Name: Bonter||Subscribing Owners: Marshall B. Roblin|
|Length; 66 feet & 5/10ths.||Breadth; 15 feet & 2/10ths.|
|Depth of Hold: 5 feet & 8/10ths||Masts: Two|
|Stern: Square||Bowsprit: Standing|
|How Built:||How Rigged: Fore and Aft|
|Figure-head: None||Decks: One|
Anna Maria Click for enlargement.
See also the entry for the schooner Anna Maria in our ships Database.
- Subscribing owners: Marshall B. Roblin, a merchant of Rednersville sole owner, sold to Delane D. Calvin of Garden Island, shipowners dated May 23rd.1857
- Again renamed ANNA MARIE, 1864 [Information courtesy Lachlan Macrae, through Maritime History of the Great Lakes.]
- Date closed 1874/11. WRECKED NOVEMBER 1874
Newspaper and other transcriptions
- Board of Lake Underwriters, Lake Vessel Register, 1860 Schooner CONVOY [C] 53 tons. Built 1846 at Rednorsville by J. Downs. Owned by Joseph Doyle. Home port, Kingston. Value $500. Class C 2. REMARKS. -- formerly ANNA MARIE.
- Toronto Globe, July 9, 1864 Schooner ANNA MARIE, formerly CONVOY, a little two masted schooner capsized and drifted ashore July 2nd. 15 to 20 miles down the coast from Oswego with a cargo of hop poles, she is going to pieces fast. Commanded by Capt. McKee of Kingston.
- Reference to the schooner Anna Maria, and her being rebuilt at Milford, appear in C.H.J Snider's work:
Schooner Days CMLXXXIII (963) More About Packman's Port, 23 Dec 1950