Registry and Rig Information
Dimensions and Tonnage
||1838-39, Chatham, Ontario, by Duncan McGregor (122 x 20 x 7; 122 tons).
||Some sources indicate that she was built in 1832. THAMES was built in Chatham in 1833. On December 4, 1838, during the Canadian revolt, the vessel was burned by "patriots" at Windsor. She was later rebuilt by Duncan McGregor and others at Chatham and renamed KENT.
||Sunk in a collision with the steamer LONDON near Point Pelee, August 12, 1845. Approximately 16 lives lost.