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Glenbogie (Schooner), C152645, 1925


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Schooner GLENBOGIE.* Official Canadian No. 152645. Built at Buffalo, N.Y. in 1902. Of 2,819 tons register. Home port, Midland, Ont. 366.0 x 44.0 x 21.9. Owned by the Midland Steamships Ltd., Midland, Ont.
      * Foreign name ALEXANDER MAITLAND, a recovered wreck.
      List of Vessels on Registry Books of the Dominion
      of Canada on the 31st. Day of December, 1933
     
     
     
      BARGE MAITLAND WAS LAUNCHED.
The new steel barge ALEXANDER MAITLAND, built for the Franklin Transportation Company of Cleveland, was launched this afternoon from the docks of the Buffalo plant of the American Shipbuilding Company at the foot of Ganson Street. An immense crowd witnessed the launching, which was one of the most successful that has occurred in years. Every precaution was taken for the protection of the sightseers and the property of the company. A large fence was built to keep back the water that usually does so much damage.
The barge was christened by Miss Nettie Palmer of this city. It is now completed and ready to be taken up the lakes. It is scheduled to leave here tomorrow, but may not get away till the day after.
      Buffalo Evening News
      July 10, 1902
NOTE. - A photograph of the launching of the MAITLAND appeared in the above paper, dated July 13, 1902


      Barge ALEXANDER MAITLAND. U. S. No. 30291. Of 3,351 gross tons; 2,998 tons net. Built at Buffalo, N.Y. in 1902. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. Crew of 8. Steel built.
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1904 [unrigged vessels]
     


ALEXANDER MAITLAND.* Built July 1902 Barge -Steel
U. S. No. 30291 3351 gt -2998 nt 366' x 44' x 21.9'
* Renamed (b) GLENBOGIE -Can -1925 (C 152645)
Scrapped at Hamilton, Ont., in 1966.
      Buffalo, N.Y., Shipbuilding Master List
      Institute for Great Lakes Research
      Perrysburg, Ohio.



      Registry & Rig Information Item: 003583
Vessel Name: MAITLAND, ALEXANDER
Nationality U.S.
Official Number: 30291
Rig: Barge
Dimensions & Tonnage
Vessel Length: 366.00 Gross Tonnage: 3351.00
Vessel Width: 44.00 Net Tonnage: 2998.00
Vessel Height 26.00 Hull Material: Steel
Masts: Hull Number: 00202
Builder Information
Place of Build: Buffalo, NY
Builder: Buffalo Dry Dock Co.
Date of Build 1902
Name Changes
Vessel Name: Date: Registry Official #
GLENBOGIE 1925 - 1966 CANADA 152645
Ownership Changes
Owner Name Date Registry Official #
Franklin Transportation Co. (M.A. Hanna Co., Mgrs.)
Cleveland, OH U.S. 1902 - 1923 U.S. 30291
Midland Steamship Co., Ltd.
Midland, Ont. Canada 1925 - 1938 CANADA 152645
Jenkins Steamship Co.
Cleveland, OH U.S. 1923 - 1925 U.S. 30291
Pioneer Steamship Co. (Hutchinson & Co., Mgrs.)
Cleveland, OH U.S. 1923 - 1923 U.S. 30291
Upper Lakes & St. Lawrence Transportation Co., Ltd.
Toronto, Ont. Canada 1938 - 1966 CANADA 152645
Rebuild History
Canadian measures, 1925 (366 x 44 x 21.75; 2819 gross - 2819 registered).
Disposition
Towed from Toronto to Hamilton by tug ARGUE MARTIN, November 21, 1966, for scrapping by United Metals.
History
As ALEXANDER MAITLAND: Burned at Grand Trunk Elevator, Port Huron, MI, December 9, 1924; surrendered to underwriters the following day. Then sold to Midland Steamship Co., Ltd., for rebuilding.
      Historical Collections of the Great Lakes
      Bowling Green State University


     
     
















Media Type:
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Clippings
Notes:
ex ALEXANDER MAITLAND
Date of Original:
1925
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Local identifier:
McN.R.1891
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Glenbogie (Schooner), C152645, 1925