Thomas Quayle (Schooner), aground, 14 May 1876
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AGROUND. -- The schooner THOMAS QUAYLE, which passed up Sunday night in tow of the propeller FAY, managed to get too near the bottom and fetched up on the head of Belle Island. She was bound up and loaded with coal. She will probably be released today without serious damage. --- Detroit Post.
Thursday, May 17, 1876
On Sunday night the schooner THOS. QUAYLE upward bound with coal, got aground at the head of Belle Island. She lies with bow about a foot out.
The J. W. Hall Great lakes Scrapbook, May 1876
OFF. -- The schooner QUAYLE has been got off from Belle Isle and has gone on her way rejoicing. She received no damage.
Thursday, May 25, 1876
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- Reason: aground
Remarks: Got off
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Michigan, United States
- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes