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Stranger (Propeller), U22403, sunk, 27 Oct 1885


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The tug STRANGER, owned by Capt. LaFramboise of Windsor, burned at Trenton Tuesday night. She was built in 1863.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Thursday, October 29, 1885

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      Tug STRANGER, of Detroit, built 1853 and of 76 tons. Burned at Trenton, October 28, 1885. A total loss, value of loss $4,500.
      Total Losses on the Lakes, 1885
      Cleveland Leader
      December 7, 1885

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      Detroit. - The tug STRANGER, which was burned two years ago at Trenton, and sunk at Grosse Isle bridge, was sold at United States Marshal's sale Monday. If the engine and boiler of the tug are not resting on the bottom they will be nearly as good as when the tug burned. The STRANGER was owned by Captain J. LaFramboise. Captain W.H. Stodard bought the tug STRANGER for $265.
      The Marine Record
      Thursday, April 28, 1887 p.5

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Steam screw STRANGER. U.S. No. 22403. Of 75.93 tons gross; 44.27 tons net. Built 1863 at Detroit, Mich. Home port, Detroit, Mich. 74.0 x 16,0 x 8.0
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1885


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Reason: sunk
Hull damage: $4,500
Remarks: Total loss ?
Date of Original:
1885
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Local identifier:
McN.W.13061
Language of Item:
English
  • Michigan, United States
    Latitude: 42.13949 Longitude: -83.17826
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Stranger (Propeller), U22403, sunk, 27 Oct 1885