Commodore (Propeller), U18913, 1881
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The O. B. GREEN is still imprisoned in the ice off Chicago. She has on board a month's provisions and five tons of coal. After May her name is to be changed to COMMODORE.
Tuesday, March 29, 1881
Steam screw O.B. GREEN. U.S. No. 18913, of 40.71 tons gross; 20.36 tons net. Home port, Chicago, Ill. Changed name to COMMODORE on March 24, 1881.
List of Vessels Whose Names Have been
Changed under the Act of March 2, 1881
U. S. Merchant vessel List, 1885
Chicago Tribune. -- Wednesday the name and papers of the old tug O. B. GREEN were changed. She will hereafter be known as the COMMODORE. Mr. Green's new tug is to bear the name of O. B. GREEN. Hence the change, which was arranged by mutual consent.
Friday, April 1, 1881
Propeller COMMODORE, of 37 tons, built Chicago by J. Gregory in 1865. Owned by George Gilman. Home port, Chicago. Value $4,000. Class B 1. Remarks -- Tug, formerly O. B. GREEN.
Inland Lloyds Vessel Classification, 1882
Steam screw COMMODORE*. U.S. No. 18913. Of 40.71 tons gross; 30.26 tons net. Built 1865 at Chicago, Ill. Home port, Chicago, Ill. 69.9 x 14.5 x 7.9
* Formerly steam screw O.B. GREEN.
Merchant Vessel List U.S., 1886
Propeller O.B. GREEN. Of 37 tons. Built at Chicago in May 1865 by J. Gregory. Owned By O.B. Gree. Home port, Chicago. Value $6,000. Class B 1. REMARKS. - Tug; large repairs in 1872.
National Board of Lake Underwriters
Vessel Classification for 1875
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- William R. McNeil
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