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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Jesse H. Farwell

Other name(s): James W. Follette

Ship owner: George Hall Coal Co.; J. H. Farwell; J. T. Adams; Thos. Adams; W. H. Follette

Ship builder: Linn & Craig, Gibralter, Michigan

Engine builder: I. W. Buhl, Detroit, Michigan

Year ship built: 1881

Year engine built: 1881

Final disposition: Dismantled in 1923 at Toronto and Scuttled Ogdensburg.


Sold Canadian in 1916, C 116816



b) James W. Follette (C 116816)


1) J. T. Adams, Detroit, Michigan

2) Thos. Adams (1894)

3) J. H. Farrell, Detroit, Michigan (1900)

4) W. H. Follette, Tonawanda, New York (1914)

5) Geo. Hall Coal Co. (1918)

Registry number: US. 76203;C.116816

Hull number: 20

Vessel type: Steam barge

Height: 19.6

Width: 35.6

Length: 212.3

Stroke length: 40

Gross tonnage: 1201

Net tonnage: 998

Materials: Wood

Engine type: Fore and Aft

Piston 1: 27

Piston 2: 44

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