HMS Mohawk (1843)  (7th)
Iron Paddle Vessel

This the seventh ship to carry the name HMS Mohawk was an iron paddle-vessel, used on the Canadian Lakes.

Built by Fairbairn of Limehouse, delivered to Kingston Yard, Ontario and assembled there. Launched 21-Feb-1843, 99ft long, 19ft 6in wide and of 174 tons builders measurement.

Served on Lake Ontario and  Lake Huron.

Lengthened 1846 by 25ft 1½in from a section constructed at Millwall, shipped to Canada and inserted into the existing ship.

Sold 13-Apr-1852.


Other HMS Mohawk
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- 4th HMS Mohawk
- 5th HMS Mohawk
- 6th HMS Mohawk
- 7th HMS Mohawk
- 8th HMS Mohawk
- 9th HMS Mohawk
- 10th HMS Mohawk
- 11th HMS Mohawk
- 12th HMS Mohawk

- Mohawk Class (1843)
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This page last edited - 05 September, 2012.

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