A.H. Newbold (1848)
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The A.H. Newbold was a wooden two masted schooner with a scroll head which was built in China, Michigan by J.S. Andrews in 1848. The vessel was also referred to as A.W. Newbold and Newbold.
Final Voyage


The A.H.Newbold was blown ashore on Racine Reef, 3 miles north of Wind Point (south of Oak Creek, north of Racine). It was stated that the Newbold was a total loss. An other account later reported that the Newbold was probably recovered since she was reliably reported to have been lost at Buffalo, New York in 1852.
 
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