Manomet (Propeller), U116358, 1920
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The new tug FRANK W. building at the Union Shipyard for Fletcher & Gilchrist of Alpena, came out yesterday and made her trial trip. Mr. Gilchrist was down to see her out. She is pronounced by all who have seen her the finest tug that yard ever turned out, which is saying a good deal, after such tugs as the SCHENCK have come from there. She is named for the tow owners, whose first names happen to be the same. She is said to have cost about $19,000.
Buffalo Morning Express
May 20, 1891 7-1
Steam screw MANOMET.* U. S. No. 116358. Of 126 tons gross; 63 tons net. Built at Buffalo, N.Y., in 1890 Home port, Boston, Mass. 90.6 x 21.0 x 10.9 and a crew of 12. Tow service. Steel built.
* Former steam screw S.C. SCHENCK.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1920 [steam vessels]
Steam screw S.C SCHENCK. U. S. No. 116358. Of 126 tons gross; 63 tons net. Built at Buffalo, N.Y., in 1890 Home port, Buffalo, N.Y. 90.6 x 21.0 x 10.9 and a crew of 4. Passenger service. Steel built. Of 600 indicated horse power. Steel built.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1906 [steam vessels]
S. C. SCHENCK .* Built 1890 Steam Tug -Steel
U. S. No. 116358 126 gt - 63 nt 90.6' x 21' x 10.9'
* Renamed (b) MANOMET - U.S. - 1917
Out of documentation in 1946.
Union Dry Dock, Buffalo Shipbuilding Master List
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- William R. McNeil
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