1843 Built England, assembled Kingston, ONT; first iron warship in the world.
1843, Feb 21 Launched.
1846, May 14 Lengthened 30' at Fowler & Hood Marine Railway, Kingston, ONT; 130 x 20 x 10'.
1851 Owned T.F. Parke, Amherstburg, ONT.
1852 - 53 Rebuilt with upper deck cabins, Amherstburg.
1855 Owned Captain Tom Chilvers, Detroit, MI, for Detroit River Ferry Service, Lake Huron Transit Co.
1856, Nov 12 Upper works swept away, Lake Erie storm.
1862 Rebuilt as ferry at Clark's Dry Dock, Detroit; 123 x 20 x 9', 204 60/95 tons; owned George J. Tellers, Detroit.
1862 Owned Hinckley, Chicago, IL; US16465.
1864 Owned E.B. Ward et al, Detroit.
1865 Owned Jewel & Co, Detroit.
1866 Owned J. Craig, Detroit; steamer; 213.65 gross tons.
1868, Apr 6 To be converted to propeller; 2 small engines.
1868, May 15 Original machinery removed to convert to propeller, Toledo, OH.
1868 Owned John P. Clark, Detroit.
1870 Listed as barge.
1870, Oct 30 Parted tow line to tug CLEMATIS in gale off Point Aux Barques, MI, Lake Huron.
1871 Owned at Detroit; renamed SIR JAMES KEMPT.
1875, Nov 20 Burned, Buffalo, NY.
1884, Jul 6 Blown up at Kingston, ONT to celebrate Dominion Day.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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