HEBARD, CHARLES (1888, Steambarge)


Year of Build:
1888
Official Number:
126491
Construction and Ownership
Built at:
Detroit, MI
Vessel Type:
Steambarge
Hull Materials:
Wood
Number of Decks:
1
Builder Name:
John Oades & Son
Original Owner and Location:
Charles Hebard et al, Pequaming, MI.
Power
Power:
Mechanical
Number of Masts:
3
Propulsion:
Screw
Engine Type:
Steeple Compound
# Cylinders:
2
# Boilers:
1
# Propellers:
1
Propulsion Notes:
24, 44 x 36" engine, 500hp, 90rpm by Frontier Iron Works, Detroit, MI. 12 x 12'6" scotch boiler, 110# steam.
Dimensions
Length:
184'
Beam:
34.3'
Depth:
13.6'
Tonnage (gross):
763.82
Tonnage (net):
614.36
Capacity:
650,000' lumber
Final Disposition
Final Location:
Point Maimanse, ONT.
Lake Superior.
Date:
29 Nov 1902
How:
Wrecked.
Final Cargo:
Lumber.
Notes:
Downbound from W. Superior, WI, was driven ashore in gale; crew rescued by breeches bouy before vessel broke up. 1903, Jan 30 Documents surrendered.
History

1888, Jun 14 Enrolled Detroit, built for lumber trade from Lake Superior.

1888, Jun 21 Permanent enrollment, Marquette, MI.

1890, Jul Collision with MONTICELLO in tow of AMERICAN EAGLE, St. Clair River.

1890s Towed schooners ANNIE M. PETERSON & ANNABEL WILSON.

1894, May 10 Damaged in collision with steamer MARIPOSA in Saginaw Bay.

1894, Sep Aground Iroquois Point, Lake Superior, released along with her consorts by lighter CLINTON & tugs MERRICK & BRAKEAWAY.

1899, Feb 14 Owned Charles S. Hebard, Pequaming.

1900, Apr 6 Owned H.A. Tuttle, Minneapolis, MN.

1901, Mar 19 Owned Nelson C. Holland et al, Buffalo, NY.

1902, Nov 29 Wrecked, Lake Superior.

Notes
From the Collection of:
C. Patrick Labadie
Contact
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
USA
(989)356-6188

HEBARD, CHARLES (1888, Steambarge)
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HEBARD, CHARLES (1888, Steambarge)