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Has HMS Mississauga ever been found?

She was built at Carleton island shipyards in 1792

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I have not seen a report of the Mississauga being found. Did the ship sink? If so when or was it scrapped?.



MISSISSAUGA (1755, Sloop) Ship
Official No.: BRITISH; Final Date: Dec 1759; Found by the British, a French sloop that may have been floated by the French at Fort Fontenac; renamed MISSISSAUGA. 1759, Dec Wrecked & damaged by ice, Lake Ontario.; Final Location: 30 miles east of Oswego, NY. Lake Ontario, Wrecked.

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