1894, Aug 30 Aground in fog, Bar Point, Lake Erie; released.
1901 Rebuilt, 30 new cabins, ten 12'6" x 11'6" scotch boilers by Globe Iron Works.
1911, Jun 3 Burned, Buffalo, NY.
1911, Jun 15 Raised; laid idle at Buffalo.
1915 Owned Susquehanna Finance Co, Buffalo.
1917, Aug Owned Charles A. Finnegan.
1917, Oct 27 Cut in two, Buffalo Dry Dock, went to East Coast for war effort.
1917 Owned Theodore Hofeller, then Samuel J. Feldman.
1918, Oct 15 Owned J.F. Darcy, Montreal, QUE, C141766.
1918, Nov 28 Foundered off Olcott, NY, Lake Ontario; two lives lost.
1919 Owned Davie Shipbuilding Co, Levis, QUE; new bow, 7 boilers removed, new 23, 30, 54 x 40", 1500hp triple expansion engine by W.B. Robb Engine Works, Amherst, NSC.
1920, Jun 22 Renamed MAPLECOURT, C141766; 365.4 x 44.8 x 23.4'; 3388 gross tons.
1921 Owned Canada Steam Ship Lines, Ltd; to salt water trade.
1922 Returned to Lakes; cut in two at Montreal Dry Dock Co, rejoined at Buffalo Dry Dock Co.
1927 Owned Sin-Mac Lines, Montreal.
1929, Oct 20 Stranded in fog, Magnetic Reefs, Lake Huron; abandoned to insurance.
1930 Refloated by SALVOR, Captain Tom Reid; owned John E. Russell, Sin-Mac Lines, Montreal; converted to lighter & salvage vessel.
1936, Jun 4 Owned Joseph Simard, Montreal.
1937, May 27 Owned United Towing & Salvage Co, Port Arthur, ONT.
1939, Sep Requisitioned for salt water wartime trade.
1940 Ran aground near Port Colbourne, Lake Erie; refloated, to drydock at Kingston, ONT; cut in two & rejoined at Sorel, QUE.
1941, Feb 6 Torpedoed by submarine in Irish Sea.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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