Julia B. Merrill

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Year Sank



60 ft (18.3 m)

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Julia B. Merrill

Wreck Location

Near the moutn of the Humber River off of Toronto
~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   43° 37' 3.2412" N      Longitude:   -79° 24' 58.3812" W


Caught fire at Sunnyside Park in "Toronto and sank in 60 feet of water.


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anonymous by Anonymous on 2/29/2020

It was actually deliberately set on fire and set adrift for entertainment purposes

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