1892                                  Aberdeen                                  1929

Wooden Great Lakes bulk freight schooner barge

Built at West Bay City MI by James Davidson, Hull 52

217’ LOA, 211’ LBP, 34’8” beam, 16’9” depth
1 deck, hold beams

Enrolled at Port Huron MI Oct 14, 1892 (#45)
211.0 x 35.0 x 16.6, 1045.84 GT, 993.55 NT     US 106975     to:
James Davidson, West Bay City MI

Entered service 1892

Sold 1897 to Philip J. Minch, Cleveland OH (home port to Cleveland OH)

Transferred 1897 to Nicholas Transit Co.

Transferred 1898 to Kinsman Transit Co. (home port to Fairport OH)

Sold 1899 to Henry J. Pauly, Milwaukee WI

Sold 1906 to Quebec Transportation & Forwarding Co., Ogdensburg NY, W. J. Hackett, Mgr. (home port to Ogdensburg NY)

Transferred 1910 to Canadian flag (home port to Kingston ON) and renamed Gladys H.
Enrolled Canadian at 212.0 x 35.0 x 16.6, 919 NT     Can 126469
U.S. enrollment surrendered May 5, 1911

Home port to Quebec QC 1916

Sold 1917 to Canada Shipping Co., Montreal QC (home port to Montreal QC)

Sold 1918 to George Hall Coal Corporation of Canada, Montreal QC

Sold 1922 to Sincennes McNaughton Line, Montreal QC

Sold 1923 to Consolidated Sand Co., Montreal QC

Scrapped 1929

See history in Detroit Marine Historian Aug 1972 (#178)
See history in Great Lakes Ships We Remember p. 1



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