The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
H. A. Hawgood (Barge), U95877, 1 Nov 1901

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The Lake built barge H. A. HAWGOOD was totally wrecked on Sunday last near Toms River, Baruegat Bay, in the northeast gale which swept the Atlantic coast. The bodies of two seamen, presumed to be from the HAWGOOD, were washed ashore with some of the wreckage. The vessel was built at West bay City in 1880 and was 234 feet long, 30.8 feet beam and 10.3 feet deep.
      Duluth News Tribune
      November 28, 1901
Schooner H.A. HAWGOOD. U. S. No. 95877. Of 1,276,53 tons gross; 1,212.71 tons net. Built West Bay City, Mich., 1886. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 234.0 x 39.8 x 16.3
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1891


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  • North Carolina, United States
    Latitude: 35.22546 Longitude: -75.5621
William R. McNeil
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H. A. Hawgood (Barge), U95877, 1 Nov 1901