Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
"1856" wreck of the S.S. Toledo, pp. 56-57
Wreck of the Toledo was saved when he clung to a piece of wreckage and was by one of the huge waves. He was picked up by soe of terrified watchers and subsequently recovered. Anothe Gifford, and one more unknown survived. The unknown w had fled in a life boat, and of those twenty, he alone Fragpents of the splendid ship and her $100,000.0 up along the beach for miles...&fter the stor had cea The bodies were later recovered and buried qith a the Union Cemetery where the C emrative Anchotii graves. The Toledo's anchor was reeovered by chance, from in 1900 by Delos Smith while aboard a fishing tug. Later several pieces of the ship's hull were foun feet of anchor chain and bits of cargo, including an i date of 1854 stamped on it. 1854 was the yea of the'
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