1855 Enrolled Cleveland in grain trade
1860, September Collided with schooner MARY H.HALE off the Colchester
Clay Banks, Lake Erie, downbound with grain; lost most
1862 Enrolled Chicago, Illinois & Buffalo, New York
1864 Owned N.C. Winslow & Morris, Buffalo
1866 Enrolled Chicago, 335 tons; enrolled Buffalo, 346 tons; same
owners, port of hail Cleveland; repaired
1867 Enrolled Chicago
1871 Owned Morris, Chicago
1873 Rebuilt; owned Morris & Hall, Chicago
1879 Owned A.L. McGraw, Chicago
1884 Owned John Spry, Chicago; new deck 1882 listed
1888 Owned Farwell & Scott; port of hail Detroit
1891 Same owners, burned & scuttled in 13.5' water at Oak Orchard,
Lake Ontario; received steam pump
1893 Owned Dulac, et.al.; port of hail Mount Clemens, Michigan;
406 gross/386 net tons
1900 Owned William Dulac, Mount Clemens
1904 Owned Charles Weston, North Tonawanda, New York
1907, October Seized; sold November 22, 1908 at Marshal's Sale to
F. H. Richenach at Alpena, Michigan
1909 Owned Robert L. Gillingham, Bay Port, Michigan
1911 Owned Raymond Bell, Marine City, Michigan
1911, June 30 Documents surrendered, "abandoned"
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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