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Shipping Weekly -- July 13, 1918 A.C. Brown & Sons, Tottenville, S.I., expect to have the steamer I. J. Merritt for the Merritt & Chapman Derrick & Wrecking Co. ready for launching by the end of August. The shipyard at Tottenville, S.I., formerly operated by J.S. Ellis & Son, has been taken over by the Transatlantic Shipyards Corporation, of 95 Liberty Street, New York, who will build ships there for the Government. The Moran Towing & Transportation Co., 17 Battery Place, New York, has commenced work on remodeling its shipyard on Mill Creek, Tottenville, S.I., recently acquired, for ship repair work on its boats. In this same district the Tracy Transportation Co., 1 Broadway, New York, will operate a shipbuilding works at the foot of Fisher Avenue and work is under way to provide for active operation at an early date. The Transatlantic Shipyards Corporation, 95 Liberty Street, New York, will operate a shipbuilding plant at the foot of Main Street and work is well advanced to insure its early operation. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- January 1919: The Cossey Shipyard, foot of Henry Street, Tottenville, Staten Island, operated by Harry Cossey, has completed the first section of the 10,000-ton drydock at the plant for the Todd Shipbuilding corporation, Brooklyn. It will be built in eight sections, each 90 ft. long x 114 ft. wide x 45 ft. high. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jacob Ellis & Sons shipbuilding Company -- history will be added soon. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Southern Shipbuilding Company -- history will be added soon.
A.C Brown and Sons Shipyard
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Jack T. Scully
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Tug Alex Brown
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New York Times - May 11, 1902, Sunday
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Henry Cossey Shipbuilding Company
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