- Original Owner
- Benjamin Carpenter
- Ownership Notes
- also J.L. Wood, Z. Lake, George Walbridge.
- Sail Number Masts
- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- 1846-58 Eight enrollments Buffalo, NY.
- 1847, May 7 Ashore north of Chicago with wheat.
- 1847, Jun 1 In drydock, minor repairs.
- 1847, Sep 28 Ashore below East Pier, Buffalo, NY with wheat.
- 1847, Nov Rigging damaged in Lake Erie gale.
- 1851, Nov 28 Sunk while at anchor by steamer NIAGARA, Detroit River near Malden with 10,000 corn bushels.
- 1853 Raised by James Melross, Detroit. Rebuilt as schooner, 108 x 24 x 9.
- 1854 Struck bar with 10,500 bushels corn, towed to Tonawanda to check damage & reload.
- 1860 Owned G.G. Travis, Buffalo; 237 tons.
- 1863 Owned Zann, Conneaut, OH.
- 1864 Large repairs; owned Gabriel Hoyt, Bufflao.
- 1865 Vessel to Atlantic Ocean.
- 1866 Owned Henry Zahn, Sandusky, OH.
- 1885 Registered Winterport, Maine.
- 1886, Feb 15 Foundered.
- Newspaper Clippings
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
- Unique ID