Watts Sherman (Schooner), U26168, ran on anchor, 1 Aug 1861
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ACCIDENT TO THE SCHOONER " WATTS SHERMAN."---- The schooner WATTS SHERMAN, a Cleveland vessel, Capt. E.M. Harrington, while entering Port Burwell, Canada, on Thursday of last week, ran upon her anchor, making a hole in her hull. She soon filled, and remains now in Port Burwell harbor, about half full of water. She was not loaded, and is probably but little injured. Her captain was in town this morning, but goes to Port Burwell tonight to have his vessel raised, and the necessary repairs made.-------Cleveland herald
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
August 28, 1861
Schooner WATTS SHERMAN. Of 167 tons. Built Buffalo by Jones in 1846. Owned by Myers. Home port, Buffalo. REMARKS:-- Not insurable.
Association of lake Underwriters
Lake Hull Register, 1879
Schooner EBENEZER.* U.S. No. 26168. Of 157.96 tons gross; 150.06 tons net. Built at Buffalo, N.Y., in 1847. Home port, Chicago, Ill. 103.4 x 22.5 x 9.6
* Formerly schooner WATTS SHERMAN.
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1892
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