1881                                   Cumberland                                  1924

Wooden Great Lakes bulk freighter

Built at Cleveland OH by Thomas Quayle’s Sons
Launched June 7, 1881

262’ LOA, 251’ LBP, 38’ beam, 21’3” depth
2 decks, coal-fired boilers, 2 fore and aft compound engines, 700 IHP

Enrolled at Cleveland OH June 21, 1881 (Temp #198)
251.5 x 38.3 x 19.7, 1601.21 tons (1280.54 NT 1882)     US 125918     to:
William G. Winslow et al., Buffalo NY (home port Buffalo NY)
(William G. Winslow 3/8, Mary A. Winslow 3/8, Caroline S. Williams 2/8)

Entered service 1881

Permanent enrollment at Buffalo NY Nov 3, 1881 (#37)

Sold 1886 to J. C. Gilchrist et al,

Transferred 1887 to Lake Shore Transit Co.,

Transferred 1903 to Gilchrist Transportation Co.

Sold 1913 to Capt. Frank J. Peterson, J. B. McMillan and George A. Collinge, 1/3 each, Cleveland OH and renamed Collinge.

Sold Feb 17, 1916 to “Stuart W.” Ltd., Montreal QC, a subsidiary of Canada Import Co. (home port to Montreal QC) and renamed Stuart W. 
U. S. enrollment surrendered Feb 21, 1916
Enrolled Canadian at 261.8 x 38.4 x 19.6, 1707 GT, 971 NT     Can 138096 

Sold 1923 to Tree Line Navigation Co., Montreal QC and renamed Yewbay. .Apparently never operated by this firm

Abandoned 1924 at Kingston ON.  Hull towed into Lake Ontario 1926 and scuttled.

See history in Detroit Marine Historian Nov 1958 (#99)
Also in Great Lakes Ships We Remember p. 150






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