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Arundell (Propeller), U105784, 7 Jun 1878

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Mr. David Bell's new iron steamer made a short trial trip up the lake yesterday afternoon, steaming fully 16 miles an hour.
      Buffalo Morning Express
      June 7, 1878 4-2

      Mr. Bell then gave the boat's history (the GALLATIN). The engines which I took out of the GALLATIN when I rebuilt her, were several years later altered and put into the steamer ARUNDEL. The boiler I sold to the city and was put into the Water-works engine house. ( part)
      Buffalo Enquirer
      January 7, 1892

Steam screw ARUNDELL. U. S. 105784. Of 306.12 tons gross; 199.18 tons net. Built Buffalo, N.Y., 1878. Home port, Port Huron. 136.6 x 23.4 x 11.0 and 220 nominal horse power.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1891
Steam screw ARUNDELL. U. S. No. 105784. Of 516 tons. Built by David Bell at Buffalo in 1878. 136.6 x 23.4 x 11.0. Burned at Douglas, Mich., October 18, 1911. rebuilt as barge BREWSTER 1921. changed to gas in 1921. Sunk by collision with LAKE STIRLING off James River, N.C. April 21, 1922
      Herman Runge Notes

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Arundell (Propeller), U105784, 7 Jun 1878