Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 96172
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 220.00
Width 40.00
Depth 13.00
Gross Tonnage 1337.00
Net Tonnage 985.00
Hull Material Iron

Vessel History

Rebuilds Rebuilt as passenger/package freighter, 1901 (1304 gross - 887 net).
History Originally operated on Long Island Sound. Sold to U.S. Quatermaster Corps on December 8, 1898, and renamed TERRY on March 1, 1899. Sold by U.S. Government on April 16, 1901. Placed on Muskegon-Grand Haven-Chicago run. Sold at U.S. Marshal's sale on April 6, 1905, then incorporated as Hackley Transportation Co., on April 21, 1905, resuming former route. Sold to Goodrich Line on March 28, 1906, to replace the burned ATLANTA. Sold at public auction on May 10, 1933, at Chicago, IL.
Disposition Laid up at Sturgeon Bay, WI, 1933. Cut down to main deck in 1937. Out of documentation, 1940. Reported sold to John Roen, of Sturgeon Bay, WI, and scrapped, c.1942.

Build Information

Builder Neafie & Levy
Place Built Philadelphia, PA
Date Built 1892-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
HACKLEY, CHARLES H.1901-00-001906-00-00U.S.96172
TERRY1899-00-001901-00-00U.S.U.S. ARMY

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Chicago & Muskegon Transportation Co. (Barry Line)1901-00-001905-00-00U.S.96172
Chriscarala Corp.1934-00-001940-00-00U.S.96172
Goodrich Transit Co.1906-00-001933-00-00U.S.96172
Hackley Transportation Co.1905-00-001906-00-00U.S.96172
Hartford & New York Transportation Co.1892-00-001898-00-00U.S.96172
Thomas Hume1905-00-001905-00-00U.S.96172
U.S. Army (Quartermaster Dept.)1898-00-001901-00-00U.S.U.S. ARMY
William F. Price (First Union Trust & Savings Co.)1933-00-001934-00-00U.S.96172