register closed when letter stating vessel sunk in Redeau Canal years ago; last listed in 1920 Great Lakes Registry
History and Notes
1870, May 10 Builders certificate signed.
1870, May 18 Registered George Davidson and Michael Doran, Kingston, ONT; hauled freight and towing on Redeau Canal and St. Lawrence River.
1871, Feb 8 Sold to W. H. Fredenburg, Westport, ONT; machinery installed after May inspection; this year. 10" x 12", 100hp @ 120rpm high pressure, non condensing engine; 4' 6" x 7' firebox boiler, Kingston Machine Works 1870.
1873 Owned Glidden, Kingston.
1875 Owned Gunney & Glidden, Kingston.
1877, Jun 22 Remeasured 96.30 gross/49.47 net tons; owned W. H. Fredenburg, Westport.
1883 Owned Rathbun & Co., Deseronto, ONT; port of hail Kingston.
1904, Apr 28 Sold to Daniel Smith, Kingston.
1905, Apr 29 Sold E. J. Agnew, Pickering, ONT.
1908 Owned shown as Rathbun Co.
1912 Owned Shown D. S. Smith, Kingston.
1920 Last appears in Great Lakes Register; sunk in Redeau Canal some years before.