David H. Atwater (Propeller), U218156, 1923
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Steam sscrew W.J. CROSBY.* U. S. No. 218156. Of 2,496 tons gross; 1,491 tons net. Built at Ashtabula, Ohio in 1919. Home port, Port Huron, Mich. 253.4 x 43.6 x 25.1 and a crew of 32. Freight service. Of 1,250 indicated horse power. Steel built.
*Formerly steam screw CRABTREE.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1923 [Steam vessels]
Steam sscrew CRABTREE. U. S. No. 218156. Of 2,496 tons gross; 1,491 tons net. Built at Ashtabula, Ohio in 1919. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 253.4 x 43.6 x 25.1 and a crew of 32. Freight service. Of 1,500 indicated horse power. Steel built.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1920. [Steam vessels]
CRABTREE.* Built 1919 Ocean Cargo Vessel
U.S. No. 218156. 2496 gt - 1491 nt 253.4 x 43.6 x 25.1
* Renamed [b] W.J. CROSBY - U.S. - 1922
[c] W.J. CROSBY - Canada - 1929 [C 154963]
[d] DAVID H. ATWATER - U.S. - 1935
Sunk by submarine gunfire between Cape Charles and Cape Henlopen, in position 37.46 N x 75.05 W, on April 2, 1942, twenty four lives lost.
Great Lakes Emgineering Works, [Ashtabula] Master Shipbuilding list
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