ex U26243

  • ?
  • 20ffw 7m
  • 130ft Length
  • Meldrum Bay
  • Lake Huron
  • 1865, May 10 First enrolled Cleveland, Ohio
  • 1866, September 1 Reported owned Tug Association 1868 211 gross tons
  • 1868, February 21 Owned Ballentine, Crawford & Company, Detroit, Michigan
  • 1870, June 7 Collision with WABASH
  • 1871, March 17 Charged with breach of revenue laws
  • 1873, May 8 Owned S.B. Grum.mood, Detroit; used for towing & rafting 1873 Repaired
  • 1874, March 31 237.97 gross tons, 152.75 net tons
  • 1874 Repaired
  • 1880 Rebuilt
  • 1881 1 firebox boiler; 9.5 x 16′, 100 pounds steam, McGregor Works, Detroit
  • 1884, October 27 Ashore Keweenaw Point, Michigan, Lake Superior while attempting to rescue propeller SCOTIA
  • 1887, November 18 Burned & damaged at Detroit, Detroit River 1888 Rebuilt
  • 1890, June 27 Collided with steamer CASTALIA, Detroit, Detroit River 1892, April 18 Owned Saginaw Bay Towing Company, Bay City, Michigan 1892 Re-engined; 1steeple compound engine, 22 & 40 x 30″, 375hp, 84rpm by Marine Iron Works, Bay City
  • 1893, June 3 Aground Duck Island, Georgian Bay, Lake Huron 1893 Rebuilt as wrecker at Bay City, 129 x 22 x 17.4′, 290.54 gross tons, 186.41 net tons
  • 1902, March 20 Owned J.S. Boutell, Bay City
  • 1902, June 30 Documents surrendered, Port Huron, Michigan; owned Reid Towing & Wrecking Company, Sarnia, Ontario, C96855,
  • 120 x 19 x 10′, 353 gross tons, 193 net tons
  • 1911, August 21 Burned Meldrum Bay, Manitou Island, Michigan, Lake Michigan

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