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C. E. Benham (Propeller), C116243, 1903

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The steamer tug C.E. BENHAM was formerly the tug E.M. PECK.
      Marine Record
      May 14, 1896
      Steam screw C.E. BENHAM.* U.S. No. 7494. Of 95.14 tons gross; 48.11 tons net. Built at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1863. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 102.4 x 9.0 x 7.4
      * formerly Steam screw E.M. PECK.
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1895
Steam screw E.M. PECK.* U. S. No. 7494. Of 95 gross tons. Built Cleveland, O., 1863. 102.4 x 19.0 x 7.4.
      * renamed C.E. BENHAM - U. S. - 1893
      C.E. BENHAM - Canada - 1903 [C 116243]
      Herman Runge List
      Steam screw C.E. BENHAM.* Official Canada No. 116243. Of 140 tons gross. 102 x 19 x 7 Built at Cleveland, Ohio, in 1861. Ex U. S. Steam screw E.M. PECK until Canadian in 1904. DISPOSITION:- Little used as Canadian steamer.
      Preliminary List of Canadian Merchant Steamships
      Inland & Coastal - 1809 to 1935

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C. E. Benham (Propeller), C116243, 1903