Montmorency (Schooner), U16347, 24 Mar 1892
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J. C. Gilchrist of the firm of Moore, Bartow & Gilchrist of Cleveland has purchased the steamer HIAWATHA from C. H. Lane of Buffalo for $62,500. He is also figuring on purchasing the HIAWATHA's consort, the MINNEHAHA, which is still ashore near Detour, where the boats were both stranded last fall. John Jacobs of Marquette has sold to Capt. Lime Woodruff of Sheffield, O., a third interest in the steamer OTEGO. Like interests in the OTEGO's consorts, MONTICELLO and MONTMORENCY, have been sold to Fred Woodruff, son of Capt. Lime Woodruff, and Capt Jones of Cleveland. The men purchasing interests in, the barges will also sail them, and the tow will be given employment in the Lake Superior Stone trade by Mr. Jacobs.
The Marine Review
March 24, 1892
Schooner MOMTMORENCY. U. S. No. 16347. Of 298 tons gross; 283 tons net. Built at Clayton, N.Y. in 1866 by S. Johnson. Home port, West Bay City, Mich. 138.0 x 26.0 x 11.5 Owned by F.W. King.
Great Lakes Register, 1900
Barkantine MONTMORENCY . Of 298 tons. Built at Clayton in 1853 by S.G. Johnson. Owned by F.E. Merrick. Home port, Clayton. Value $ 16,000. Class A 2. REMARKS. - Rebuilt in 1866 from bottom of SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS.
Board of Marine Inspectors
Classification of Lake vessels & Barges, 1871
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