Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 6102
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 238.66
Width 34.75
Depth 13.42
Gross Tonnage 1083.50
Hull Material Wood

Vessel History

Rebuilds Remeasured, Buffalo, NY, June 26, 1865 (236.66 x 34.75 x 21; 1416.42 gross). Rebuilt by Union Dry Dock Co., Buffalo, NY, April 15, 1873 (238 x 35 x 13.42; 1432.06 gross - 1257.23 net).
History First enrollment issued at Cleveland, OH, April 29, 1864.Ashore at Grand Traverse, MI, Lake Michigan, July, 1868; $700 loss.
Engine breakdown, Lake Huron, April, 1870; $3500 loss.
Grounded in St. Clair Flats, March, 1871; $300 loss.
Burned and sank in Mud Lake, St. Marys River, October 29, 1871. Raised and towed to Buffalo, NY, for repairs and rebuilding by Union Dry Dock Co., at cost of $135,000.
Disposition Foundered off Dunkirk, NY, Lake Erie, on October 14, 1893; seventeen out of eighteen lives lost. Final enrollment surrendered at Port Huron, MI, November 15, 1893.

Build Information

Builder Quayle & Martin
Place Built Cleveland, OH
Date Built 1864-00-00


Source HCGL