Schooner J.E. HALL. [C] Of 39 tons. Built at Henderson in May 1863 by B. Morgan. Owned by [no entry] Home port, Oak Orchard. Value $ ---. Class ---. REMARKS. - Formerly IMOGENE.
Board of Marine Inspectors
Classification of Lake vessels & Barges, 1871
Schooner IMOGENE. Of 49 tons. Built at Henderson in 1863 by B. Morgan. Owned by Brown & Ripson. Home port, Port Ontario. Value, $2,000. Class E.
Register of the Ships of the Lakes
and River St. Lawrence, 1864
NOTE. -- although listed in the 1871 Underwriters Register as Canadian owned. the J.E. HALL, appears in the 1871 Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1871 :
Schooner J.E. HALL. U.S. No. 13746. Of 39.05 tons. Home port, Oswego, N.Y.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1871
"The J. E. HALL was formerly the IMOGENE, built at Henderson in 1863, and was rebuilt in 1870. She classed B 1, and was valued at $2,500 and uninsured. She was a small schooner of about 90 tons, and was owned by C. Ames, H.A. Brown and Captain H. Bunn, the latter of whom had her laid up at Charlotte, not deeming it prudent to venture out so late in the season." [part]
Oswego Daily Palladium
Wednesday, December 3, 1873