The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
M. R. Warner (Schooner), U90480, aground, 3 Nov 1893
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The schooner M.R. WARNER stranded at Sand Island, Nov. 3, 1893. Valued at $18,000. Of 1,500 gross tons Capacity. Owned by M.A. Bradley, of Cleveland.
      Vessels That Passed out of existance, 1893
      Marine Review
      December 14, 1893
The schooner WARNER ashore at Sand Island has broken up. Only the 250,000 feet of lumber were saved by the wrecking outfit which was there two weeks and had only 2 and a half days of calm waters to work on her.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Wednesday, November 29, 1893
      The tug SAMSON and the schooner AUSTIN reached Cleveland yesterday with a part of the lumber cargo and outfit of the schooner M.R. WARNER of the Bradley Fleet, which was wrecked late last fall above the Sault.
      Buffalo Enquirer
      April 20, 1894

Schooner M.R. WARNER. U. S. No. 90480. Of 699.95 tons gross; 664.95 tons net. Built Toledo, Ohio, 1873. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 199.3 x 34.3 x 14.4
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1891

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Reason: aground
Freight: lumber
Remarks: Total loss
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 46.9791 Longitude: -90.94852
William R. McNeil
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M. R. Warner (Schooner), U90480, aground, 3 Nov 1893