|Date Built: 1866||Builders: J.M. Jones, Detroit|
|Construction: 2 Mast Schooner||Owners:|
|Dimensions: 142x26x10, 310gt, 295nt||Cargo:|
Date of Loss:
Loss of Life:
Type of Loss: Abandoned
GPS: N45 03.670 W83 22.095
Co-ordinates are informational only, they maybe inaccurate and should
NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATIONAL PURPOSES!
Regularly carried 350,000 - 375,000' lumber between Cleveland, OH & Sandusky, OH.
1866, Oct 31 Enrolled Detroit, MI.
1867, Sep Largest cargo through Welland Canal at the time, 19,902 bushels wheat.
1868, May 14 Collided with tug HECTOR above St. Clair Flats; repairs in Detroit.
1869, Nov 15 Lost rudder, Lake Erie, ran to Pigeon Bay for shelter.
1871 Owned Hofner & Mayse, Detroit.
1873, Apr Owned Fletcher & Co., Sandusky, OH.
1874, Nov Aground Cleveland, OH., with wheat; released.
1874, Nov 29 Driven ashore east of Cleveland piers; released.
1876 Owned McCormick, Milwaukee, WI.
1876, Oct Ashore Middle Island, Lake Huron; released.
1878, Sep 13 Ashore Kettle Point, Lake Huron; assisted by MOCKING BIRD.
1879 Owned F.W. Gilchrist, Alpena, MI.
1881, May Towed by EAST SAGINAW in Alpena & Fairport, OH lumber trade.
1882 - 96 Towed by GARDEN CITY in lumber trade.
1884, Oct 29 Damaged by collision, Lake Huron.
1898 Towed by PORT CHAMBERLAIN.
1901, May 24 Sprung leak, Alpena; pumped out & recaulked.
1901, May 28 Waterlogged, Lake Huron; towed into Harbor Beach by steamer S.C. HALL & beached there.
1903 Sold Cleveland parties for use as lighter.
Pre1905 Abandoned & beached at Whitefish Bay, Alpena, Lake Huron.
1905, Dec 2 Documents surrendered, Port Huron, MI.