C. Y. Richmond (Schooner), U4275, aground, 24 Oct 1870
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During the prevalance of the heavy gale of Tuesday evening the schooner CHARLES Y. RICHMOND, a large fore-and-aft schooner, was driven into Conneaut. In coming in she struck the east pier. The water, which was at a high stage at the time, soon receded and left the vessel in a serious predicament. The crew attempted to heave her off, but to no purpose. We learn the insurance company have taken charge of her. The RICHMOND hails from Buffalo, and is bound for Toledo. She was a craft that a few years ago crossed the Atlantic with a cargo of black walnut lumber, making sone quick time on the voyage. - Cleveland Herald.
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
October 24, 1870 3-4
The schr. CHARLES Y. RICHMOND, noticed in our last as being hard aground in our harbor, was got off without being damaged and left on Sunday morning on her destination.
October 27, 1870
(Note: The Conneaut Reporter of September 15 - October 20, 1870 is not available on microfilm at the Conneaut Library, therefore the actual grounding is not recorded.)
Schooner C.Y. RICHMOND. U. S. No. 4275. Of 170.07 tons gross. Home port, Buffalo, N.Y.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1869
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- Reason: aground
Remarks: Got off
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Ohio, United States
- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes