M. J. Cummings (Propeller), U91329, sunk, 1 Apr 1883
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The tug M.J. CUMMINGS, which sank at Oswego Wednesday, has been abandoned to the underwriters. She is insured in the Western of Toronto, and the Greenwich, $3,000 each.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
April 13, 1883 3-8
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The Tug CUMMINGS lies exactly in the same position in which she was first sunk, wedged against the wharf and abutments. Capt. McLeod of Buffalo, agent of the insurance Companies, is in town and has inspected the wreck and is receiving bids for the work on removing the tug. The Harbormaster this morning told Capt. Mcleod that he would give him a reasonable time to get the hull out of the way, but would not permit long delay, and if the matter was not attended to at once the Board of Public Works would take it in hand, if they had to use dynamite to remove it. - (condensed Oswego Report)
April 21, 1883
Steam screw M.J. CUMMINGS. U.S. No. 91329. Of 34.75 tons gross; 17.37 tons net. Built Oswego, N.Y., 1881. Home port, Oswego, N.Y. 5.0 x 14.0 x 7.0
Merchant Vessel List U. S., 1891
NOTE:- Listed in the Underwriters Registers up to 1893
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New York, United States
- William R. McNeil
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