- Sail Number Masts
- Tonnage Old Style
- 51 30/95
History and Notes
- 1834, Jun Owned H. Phillips, Cleveland.
- 1837, Mar Owned P.H. Green, Cleveland.
- 1838, Jul Capsized off Chagrin River, Lake Erie; towed & righted.
- 1841 Driven ashore by gale; Milwaukee.
- 1842-43 Rebuilt as EMERY FLETCHER; 69'5" x 19'10" x 6'10"; 81 24/95 tons.
- 1845-49 Enrolled Buffalo, NY.
- 1847, Oct Beached Racine, WI.
- 1849 Owned Martin Porter et al, Westfield, NY.
- 1850, Apr Sank with stone, Cunningham Island, Lake Erie.
- 1851, Apr Owned John Becker & Ezra Honeywell, Cleveland, OH.
- 1853, Jul Owned C.L. Tansom, L.M. Cobb, W.D. Beattie, Cleveland.
- 1854-59 Enrolled Detroit, MI.
- 1854 Ashore Racine, WI.
- 1855, May Ashore S. Manitou Island with railroad iron.
- 1855, Sep Sunk schooner YOUNG AMERICA off Racine, WI.
- 1858, Aug Beached by gale below Burchville, NY near Point Aux Barque.
- 1858 Rebuilt.
- 1859, Oct Struck by steamer ARROW, Lake St. Clair.
- 1865 Owned Mr. Hick, Port burwell, ONT.; renamed ELIZABETH.
- 1866 Owned D. Jackson, Montreal, QUE.
- 1866 Reportedly rebuilt Port Burwell as schooner GEORGE SUFFLE.
- Newspaper Clippings
- Erik Heyl, Early American Steamers
- Board of Lake Underwriters Marine Directory
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