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Mabel Wilson (Schooner), U91872, sunk, 23 Sep 1894

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Detroit, Sept. 24 - The tug SAGINAW left at noon with a pump to release the MABEL WILSON.

The schooner MABEL WILSON sunk yesterday by collison with the pier at St. Clair Flats Canal, lies just below the entrance to the canal with her starboard rail under water. The wreck is no obstruction.

Port Huron, Sept. 24 - The schooner MABEL WILSON, bound up, in tow of the stmr. MARY, struck the pier in the St. Clair Canal, breaking a hole in her side She immediately sunk. The tug THOMPSON is there to help boats to pass the wreck
      Buffalo Enquirer
      September 24, 1894 7-1

      Schooner MABLE WILSON. U.S. No. 91872. Of 1,224 tons gross. Built 1887. Foundered May 26, 1906 at Cleveland, Ohio. Of 8 persons on board one life was lost.
      Loss of American Vessels During Fiscal year 1906
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1906

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William R. McNeil
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Mabel Wilson (Schooner), U91872, sunk, 23 Sep 1894