Notes extracted from the Sandusky Clarion, of 1822:-
From November 13 to December 18, 1823, the Clarion was not issued for want of paper, but which finally arrived on the schooner FRIENDSHIP, the last boat of the season and the last trip the FRIENDSHIP ever made. The schooner PRUDENCE, Capt. Harry Whitaker, arrived the same day principally with this same article, which quieted the fears of our good citizens.
Cleveland Weekly Herald
Wednesday, June 16, 1847
Schooner FRIENDSHIP, built 1816, afterwards called TIGER.
Hist., of the Great Lakes
Schooner FRIENDSHIP of Cuyahoga. Owned by Alfred Kelley, and captained by Augustus Jones. Built Vermillion, Ohio, 1816. Of 59.10/95 ths. 54.4 x 18.0 x 7.2. One deck. Two masts. No Gallery. No figure-head.
Port of Cleveland Enrollment
No. 8 of 1821, dated April 11, 1821.
Schooner TIGER of Detroit. Owned by Wm. Keith & Michael Dousman. Captained by Wm. Keith. Built Cleveland, Ohio, 1816. Of 62.67/95 ths. 57.6 x 17.11 x 7.2.. One deck. Two masts. No Gallery. No figure-head.
Port of Detroit Enrollment
No. 2 of 1819, dated June 1, 1819.
NOTE:-- While there appears to be a similiarity between the two vessels. The Tiger's 2nd. Enrollment is dated 1819, while the a Friendship's Enrollment is dated 1821.
Also the Friendship cleared from Cuyahoga on April 25, 1820 and the Tiger is mentioned at Detroit in August 1820 ???