Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 81048
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 240.00
Width 38.00
Depth 17.50
Gross Tonnage 1294.00
Net Tonnage 1035.00
Hull Material Wood
Hull Number 00021

Vessel History

Rebuilds Rebuilt in 1894-1895.
History As WALDO A. AVERY: Burned to water's edge and beached at McGulpins Point, five miles west of Mackinaw City, MI, on December 5, 1893. Was on voyage from Chicago for Buffalo with corn; no lives lost.As PHENIX: October 8, 1910, went ashore 5 miles above South Bay Point, north shore Lake Ontario, with 1900 tons coal. Taken off on October 20 and towed to Ogdensburg for repairs. (McCormick, THE WISHBONE FLEET, 1972, p. 90, 15)
As LIBERTY: Early 1920s rammed by SAMUEL MARSHAL while lying at dock at Ogdensburg, severely damaged. June 7, 1922 out of court settlement of damages at $10,000. (McCormick, THE WISHBONE FLEET, 1972, p. 15, 89)
Disposition Abandoned in 1924 at Ogdensburg, NY; sunk and used as portion of dock at Diamond Match (Algonquin) plant. (McCormick, THE WISHBONE FLEET, p. 89)

Build Information

Builder F.W. Wheeler & Co. (sub-cont. to Thomas F. Murphy)
Place Built West Bay City, MI
Date Built 1884-00-00


Source HCGL

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