A. J. Mowry (Propeller), U1028, broke machinery, 1 Oct 1866
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A.J. MOWRY Propeller, broke her machinery on Lake Huron, October 1866. Property loss $700
Casualty List for 1866---Buffalo
Commercial Advertiser, Feb. 26, 1867
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A.B. MOWRY Steam barge of 225 Tons, owned at Milan, Ohio by Mowry & Co. Bound from Cleveland to Saginaw in October 1866, vessel broke her machinery on Lake Huron. Loss to ship $700 insurance $503.
Marine Casualties on the Great Lakes
1863-1873 U. S. Coast Guard Report
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The propeller-barge A.G. MOWRY, of Milan, which for a short time past has been plying between Saginaw and Sandusky, broke her machinery a day or two since on Lake Huron, and was consequently left at the mercy of the elements. Up to the present writing we know nothing as to her fate, though it is probable ere this she has either been picked up or found safe anchorage. Her owners have been telegraphed as to her situation.
Detroit Free Press
October 27, 1866 8-6
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PROPELLER LOST. - A despatch, of the 26th, inst, from East Saginaw, states that the propeller MOWRY, engaged in carrying lumber for Moss Brothers & Merry, has been lost on Lake Huron. She left Cleveland last week Friday, under command of Capt. Bickel, and had the scow SUNSHINE in tow for East Saginaw. Sunday evening she was seen by the officers of the propeller SALINA, off Point aux Barques, being towed by a tug. The same despatch states that the SUNSHINE has not been heard from.
Buffalo Daily Courier
Monday, October 29, 1866
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Stmr. A.J. MOWRY. U. S. No. 1028. Of 188.28 tons gross. Built Milan, Ohio, 1863. Home port, Milan. Ohio. Of 294 horsepower.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1869
NOTE:-- Became a schooner 1868 -- 138.3 x 23.7 x 6.8
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Hull damage: $700
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