Cornelia B. Windiate (Schooner), U125275, 23 May 1874
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A very handsome canal built vessel, named the CORNELIA B. WINDIATE, passed down yesterday afternoon in tow of the tug GLADIATOR en route to Buffalo with a cargo of 21,214 busehels of wheat. She was built at Manitowoc by Windiate & Butler, who are also owners. Her rig is that of a 3-master with wire gear and elegant spars. Her dimensions are 136 ft. keel, 26ft. 5 in. beam and a corresponding depth. Capt. H.W. Murphy is master.
Detroit Free Press
May 23, 1874
Schooner CORNELIA B. WINDIATE. U. S. No. 125375. Of 332.39 tons gross. Home port, Manitowoc, Wis. Noted as wrecked in 1876.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1876.
Schooner CORNELIA B. WINDIATE. U. S. No. 125375. Of 332 tons gross. Built Manitowoc, Wis., 1874. three masts. 138.6 x 26.2 x 11.6
Herman Runge List
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