The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
George H. Warmington (Schooner), U85217, aground, 1880

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The wrecking tug LEVIATHAN has abandoned the schooner G.H. WARMINGTON and returned to Milwaukee, where she lies up. The WARMINGTON, it is stated, will probably be a total loss. She measures 559 tons, was built at Vermillion by L. W. Nichols in 1872, was owned by P. Minch, of vermillion. rated A 2, and was valued at $26,000. She had a cargo of coal.
      The J.W. Hall Great Lakes Marine Scrapbook, December, 1880

Messrs. Wolf & Davidson, owner of the wrecking tug LEVIATHAM, have entered into a contract to get the schooner GEORGE H. WARMINGTON off the Little Summer Island rocks and deliver her into port for $1,500. The service is to be performed as soon as the ice will permit wrecking operations. The WARMINGTON is coal laden.
      Cleveland Herald
      Saturday, February 26, 1881

Schooner GEORGE H. WARMINGTON. U. S. No. 85217. Of 559.85 tons gross; 531.86 tons net. Built Vermillion, O., 1872. Home port, Cleveland, O.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884

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Reason: aground
Freight: coal
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George H. Warmington (Schooner), U85217, aground, 1880