Kate Hinchman (1862)
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"MS 12/8/1869 reports various mishaps of the Kate Hincman while carrying lumber or wheat in October and November 1869." Lake Vessel Register 1866 lists the Kate Williams owner as H.G. Wallbridge of Toledo, her value as $10,000 and her class as A1.
Final Voyage


"Three schooners ended their days of sail when in 1903 they were dismantled, loaded with stone, and sunk off the Leathem and Smith quarry dock. The Emerald, Kate Hinchman, and the Bay State thus became submerged cribs. It had been a short life in stone hauling for the Hinchman and Emerald. They had been placed in service just three years before."
 
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