1890, May 5 Enrolled Grand Haven, Michigan
1891 Same owners, rebuilt, lengthened, 113.2 x 20 x 7, readmeasured
128.57 gross tons, 98.59 net tons
1894, July 11 Burned at dock in South Haven, Michigan with loss of 3
1894, August Same owners, rebuilt, 2 decks,
readmeasured 156.35 gross/ 108.11 net tons
1896 Owned Joseph F. Smith, South Haven
1900, January Owned William Hall & William Pringle, Mount Clemens
1900, June Owned William Hall, Mount Clemens
1900, August Sunk at Ferry dock, Windsor, Ontario; raised & repaired
1900, September Owned Arthur W. Nowlin, Dearborn, Michigan
1900, November Foundered on Lake Saint Clair, crew rescued by steamer
WALTER L. FROST; raised & repaired
1902, June Owned Henry McMorran, Port Huron; rebuilt, one deck, one
mast, dimensions unchanged
1912, October Owned Berst Manufacturing Company, Saginaw, Michigan
1916, September 2 Documents surrendered Port Huron, "abandoned, unfit
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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