PRINGLE, W.H.

Registry and Rig Information

Name PRINGLE, W.H.
Registry U.S.
Official Number 80176
Rig Tug

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 119.58
Width 21.75
Depth 8.66
Gross Tonnage 213.62
Hull Material Wood

Vessel History

Rebuilds Rig changed to barge, Port Huron, MI, March 31, 1880 (144.54 gross). Canadian measures, 1885 (120 x 19 x 7.50; 256 gross - 174 registered); rebuilt as tug. Rebuilt in 1916; same measures.
History First enrollment issued at Port Huron, MI, March 21, 1871.Final U.S. enrollment surrendered, Port Huron, MI, January 15, 1885, and endorsed \"sold foreign.\"
As PRINGLE, W.H.: burned on May 31, 1877, about four miles below St. Clair, MI, on St. Clair River, while upbound with tow of schooners. Upper works end engine destroyed. Rebuilt as barge, 1880.
Disposition Burned to a total loss at Midland, Ont., in December, 1935.

Build Information

Builder Arnold, Thomas
Place Built South Saginaw, MI
Date Built 1870-00-00

Source

Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
INTERNATIONAL1885-00-001887-00-00CANADA88623
ONAPING1887-00-001916-00-00CANADA88623
LUCKNOW1916-00-001935-00-00CANADA88623