- Wolfe Island Graveyard
Inland Lloyds Vessel Classification American Hulls, 1882 #
Schooner HATTIE HUTT. Of 295 tons. Built at Saugatuck in 1873 by J. Martel. Owned by Louis Hutt.
The Marine Review January 21,
Schooner F.B. STOCKBRIDGE. Of 295 tons
Board of Lake Underwriters Lake Vessel Register, 1877 #
Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 21.- A single transfer of vessel property was recorded at the Milwaukee custom office last week, the schooner HATTIE HUTT, by Lewis Hutt, of Chicago, to Ole Hansen, of Manitowoc, for $4,500. The HUTT measures 252 net tons and rates A2.
Schooner F.B. STOCKBRIDGE. U.S. No. 12001, of 265.87 gross tons; 252.58 tons net.
List of Vessels Whose Names Have been changed under the Act of March 2,
U. S. Merchant vessel List, 1885 Chicago
Several minor mishaps resulted from the squall that swept across the lake on Saturday night. The HATTIE HUTT sprang a leak, and the BLAZING STAR had some of her sails badly split.
The Marine Record Thurs. June 23, 1887 #
Herman Runge List #
The BLAZING STAR had left port with a cargo of grain and was obliged to return and get a new canvas.
p. Schooner F.B. STOCKBRIDGE.* U. S. No. 120117. Of 290 gross tons. Built Saugatuck, Mi., 1873. * Renamed HATTIE HUTT – U. S. – 1881 HATTIE HUTT – Canada – 1908 [C 112190 ]