Mabel Wilson (Schooner), U91872, aground, 21 Apr 1893
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Mackinaw City, April 22. -- The schooner MABEL WILSON, bound down, sprung a leak on lake Michigan in Thursday's gale. The WILSON and HAWGOOD were in tow of the steamer WALDO AVERY. On account of the steering gear of the AVERY giving way, she was forced to leg go of her tow. Captain Thomas of the MABEL WILSON succeeded in getting his schooner on the west side of Fox Island, where she lies up on the beach. Wrecker FAVORITE left at 9:30 last evening to her rescue. The AVERY repaired her steering gear, picked up the HAWGOOD and passed down last evening,
Saturday, April 22, 1893
Cheboygam, April 26. -- The tug FAVORITE with MABEL WILSON in tow, put in for shelter here this morning. She is in good condition, and her steam pumps keep her free. The consort of the steamer PILLSBURY ran on the Light-House Reef this morning but was released by the tug MERRICK.
Wednesday, April 26, 1893
Schooner MABLE WILSON. U.S. No. 91872. Of 1,224 tons gross. Built 1887. Foundered May 26, 1906 at Cleveland, Ohio. Of 8 persons on board one life was lost.
Loss of American Vessels During Fiscal year 1906
Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1906
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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