Charles Hinckley (Schooner), U4365, aground, 9 Nov 1877
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Port Huron, Nov. 11. - The schooner CHARLES HINCKLEY is ashore on North Point and requires the assistance of a steam tug and hawser. The tug QUAYLE with necessary appliances leaves here tonight.
November 12, 1877
The schooner HINCKLEY is ashore between North Point and Thunder Bay island, supposed to be in the vicinity of Sugar Island. The tug LEVIATHAN has gone to her relief.
November 13, 1877
Port Huron, Nov. 18. - The schooner CHARLES HINCKLEY has been rescued from the beach and towed to Alpena by the tug QUAYLE:
November 19, 1877
The schooner HINCKLEY was taken out of dry-dock Saturday, the repairs having been made, and she is now in the old river bed, discharging her cargo of iron ore,
November 26, 1877
Barge CHARLES HINCKLEY, U. S. Number 4365. of 325.21 Tons Gross. 308.95 Tons Net. Built 1862 at Cleveland. Home port, Alpena, Mich.
List of (unrigged) Merchant Vessels
of the United States, 1886
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- Reason: aground
Freight: iron ore
Remarks: Got off
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Michigan, United States
- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes