- Tonnage Old Style
History and Notes
- 1847, Oct Ashore Gull Island, near Grand River.
- 1848 Ran Buffalo, NY - Port Stanley, ONT; rebuilt at Long Point, Lake Erie, 144 x 19 x 8.5'.
- 1848, Dec 3 Ashore Turkey Point, ONT; released.
- 1849, Oct 30 Sprang leak off Point Abino, repaired Buffalo; passengers & freight rescued by propeller MANHATTAN.
- 1850, May 6 Sank in collision with propeller COMMERCE above Port Maitland, 41 lives lost; 115 survivors rescued by HMS MINOT.
- 1851, Nov Seized at Detroit for Customs violations.
- 1851, Nov 17 Owned William Isbell, Detroit; 144 x 19 x 8.5', 225 50/95 tons.
- 1851, Nov 29 Owned Lorenzo M. Mason, Detroit; ran Detroit & St. Clair Rivers.
- 1852, Nov 8 Owned William Wilde & L.M. Mason, Detroit.
- 1853, Jan 21 Owned George Wylde, Mt. Clemens & L.M. Mason, Detroit.
- 1853, Apr 3 Owned William Wylde, Detroit.
- 1855, Mar 23 Rebuilt at Detroit.
- 1856, Apr 8 Owned William & George Wylde, Detroit.
- 1858, Jun 10 Owned George Jerome, Detroit; filled out as tug.
- 1859, Feb 19 Owned William Wylde, Detroit.
- 1859, Jun Sunk, Thames River, Chatham, ONT.
- 1860, Nov 18 Seized Sherriff's Sale, Chatham.
- U.S. Merchant Vessels
- Richard J. Wright, Bowling Green State University
- Ontario Archives
- Newspaper Clippings
- National Archives
- Lytle List
- John E. Poole notes, Bowling Green State University
- H.G. Runge Collection, Milwaukee Public Library
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Enrollments, U.S. National Archives
- Edward J. Dow
- Unique ID