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Built: 1866 by A.J Arnold in Port Huron, Mich. us#14065
Construction: Wooden Schooner, 2 mast, official # c150481
History: Sold in 1921 and renamed Mary A Daryaw. Bought by Capt Henry Daryaw.
Capt Daryaw was Canadian and she was registered out of Kingston. She ran aground in sept of 1927 near Simcoe Isl. Ont.. This was during a storm She was carrying a cargo of coal. In Oct she was still aground and caught fire and was destroyed. One other insident was she ran aground near Racine Wisconsin 4/20/1893 and received heavy damage. Evidently she was repaired.
She remained in service until her fire in 1927.
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