Monohanset (Propeller), U100156, 1882
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Steam screw IRA H. OWEN. U.S. No. 100156, of 572.71 tons gross; 572.71 tons net. Home port, Milwaukee, Wis. Changed name to MONOHANSETT on January 22, 1882.
List of Vessels Whose Names Have been
Changed under the Act of March 2, 1881
U. S. Merchant vessel List, 1885
Steam screw MONOHANSETT. U.s. No. 100156. Of 572.71 tons gross; 450.79 tons net. of 350 indicated horse power. Built at Gibraltar, Mich. in 1872. Home port, Toledo, Ohio.Milwaukee, Wis. 164.0 x 31.0 x 9.0
* Formerly steam screw IRA H. OWEN
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1891
Propeller MONOHANSETT. Of 573 tons. Built at Gibralter in 1872 by Linn & Craig. Owned by I. O. T. Co. Home port, Milwaukee. Value $33,000 Class A 2. REMARKS. -- Formerly propeller I.H. OWEN.
Inland Lloyds Vessel Classification
American Hulls, 1882.
The death is announced from Detroit of Capt. Hugh E. McGraw. one of the oldest masters on the lakes, once in command of the IRA H. OWEN, now the MONOHANSETT, and the tug JUSTICE FIELD, and assistant to Capt. Eber Ward in his vessel business.
August 5, 1897
IRA H. OWEN.* Built 1872 Bulk Propeller -- Wood
U. S. No. 100156 572 gt - 450 nt 164' x 31' x 9'
* renamed (b) MONOHANSETT - US - 1882
Burned southwest of Thunder bay Island, lake Huron, November 23, 1907.
Toledo Shipbuilding Master List
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