The actual location of this wreck is 1000 feet due south of the mouth of the Davenport Creek, between Naubinway and Epoufette on the north-side of a tiny un-named island. The exact coordinates of the wreck are 46.059564,-85.2610062 or 46° 3'34.56"N, 85°15'37.68"W. The wreck can clearly be seen in the 2013 Google Earth aerial photos with ~117 ft visible of it's reported 123 ft length. The wreck lies under 5 to 12 feet of water depending on the year and is becoming covered in sand from the island.
Credit - Chesbrough and Wiliams Families
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