The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
R. Hayes (Schooner), lost deck load lumber, 1 Oct 1866


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R. HAYES Schooner of 164 Tons, owned at Fairport by Hayes & Co. Bound from Manistee to Chicago, lost her deck load of lumber on Lake Michigan, October 1866. Loss to ship $200 loss to cargo $780. no insurance.
      Marine Casualties on the Great Lakes
      1863-1873 U. S. Coast Guard Report

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THE SOUTHEASTER. - The storm from the southeast, on Thursday, was severely felt along the west shore. The lake is said to have been quite as rough as it was on the east shore during the gale on Monday.
      The schooner NAPOLEON reached here yesterday with the loss of her deck load of lumber, which was washed overboard.
      The scow R. HAYES, bound from White Lake to this city with lumber, hove to off Fox Point on Thursday night, and while lying thus the waves made clean breaches over her, sweeping off her deck load, and for a long time threatening death to all on board. She came out all right, however, and reached port yesterday morning. - Milwaukee Sentinel.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Tuesday, October 30, 1866



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Reason: lost deck load lumber
Hull damage: $200
Cargo: $780
Freight: lumber
Date of Original:
1866
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Local identifier:
McN.W.12702
Language of Item:
English
  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 43.68473 Longitude: -86.53036
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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R. Hayes (Schooner), lost deck load lumber, 1 Oct 1866