1854 - 65 Four enrollments Buffalo, NY; cost $21,000.
1854, Dec 4 Ashore Point Albino.
1854, Dec 7 Lost both anchors, Detroit River.
1854, Dec 21 Finally released by tug WILLIAM PECK.
1863 Owned Taylor & Jewett, Buffalo; repaired.
1865 Repaired; 336 gross tons.
1866 Owned Chicago, IL.
1866, Jul Dismasted, Lake Huron at Mackinaw.
1866, Sep 26 Collision with schooner C.Y. RICHMOND, St. Clair River.
1866, Oct Aground Escanaba, Lake Michigan.
1868 Owned Milwaukee, WI., 336.98 gross tons.
1871 Owned Houghton & Brothers, Milwaukee; large repairs.
1872, Sep 28 Lost topmast & nearly ashore at Tawas Bay, Lake Huron in gale, grain laden.
1873, Mar Changed to 3 masts, Wolf & Davidson, Milwaukee, WI.
1874, Nov Collision with schooner GEORGE L. WRENN, Death's Door, Green Bay, Lake Michigan.
1875 Large repairs.
1882 Renamed MARY D.AYER.
1887, Jul 26 Stranded Thunder Bay; released.
1887, Sep Ashore in the Straits.
1892, Jul Sprung leak off Lilly Bay; brought to Sturgeon Bay.
1896, May 17 Sunk, Lake Michigan.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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