MAYFLOWER U17621

MAYFLOWER (1864, Tug (Towboat))IDENTIFICATIONYear of Build:1864Official Number:17621CONSTRUCTION AND OWNERSHIPBuilt at:Marine City, MIVessel Type:Tug (Towboat)Hull Materials:WoodNumber of Decks:1Builder Name:McDoleMaster Carpenter:A.H. JohnsonOriginal Owner and Location:M.B. Kean & Edward Kean, Detroit & Cottrellville, MI.POWERPropulsion:ScrewEngine Type:Low Pressure# Cylinders:1# Boilers:1# Propellers:1Propulsion Notes:24 x 36″ engine. 8 x 18 1/2′ tubular boiler.DIMENSIONSLength:108’Beam:22’Depth:8′ 8″Tonnage (old style):190 23/95FINAL DISPOSITIONFinal Location:Colchester Reef. Lake Erie.Date:11 Sep 1881How:Wrecked.Notes:Drove on reef in a gale & wrecked. 1882 Machinery salvaged. 1882, Jun 30 Documents surrendered, Detroit.HISTORY

1864, Jul 25 Enrolled Detroit.

1865 Readmeasured Detroit 113 x 21.3 x 10.7′, 167.67 gross tons.

1865, Sep 23 New Philadelphia pattern wheel.

1865, Dec 23 Detroit; remeasured, 113 x 21.3 x 10.7, 127.67 gross tons.

1869, Jun 16 Owned P.E. Kean, Marine City & N.A. Kean, Detroit.

1871, Aug Disabled machinery off White Rock, Lake Huron.

1875, Aug 5 Owned P.E. Kean & L.P. Kean, Marine City; repaired, 151.06 gross tons.

1881, Aug 2 Owned Louis H. Kane, Detroit.

1878, Aug 7 Sunk at Monroe, Lake Erie with staves & cordwood; raised.

1881, Sep 11 Wrecked, Lake Erie.

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