H. Marsh (1838)
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The two masted wooden schooner H. Marsh was built in 1938 by H.H. Trebout at Cleveland, Ohio. the vessel was last enrolled in November 1840 at Cleveland, Ohio.
Final Voyage

November 20th, 1840: The schooner H. Marsh was driven ashore at the mouth of the Milwaukee River while attempting to enter the harbor during a gale. The vessel was a total loss.
 
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