A.E. Vickery

Vessel NameJ. B. PENFIELD NationalityU.S. Official Number13330 RigSchooner Dimensions and TonnageVessel Length:136.00 feet.Gross Tonnage:291.84 Vessel Width:26.00 feetNet Tonnage:0.00 Vessel Depth:10.00 feetHull Material:Wood Masts:2 Hull Number: Item Number:  Image Size: 0 bytes

Vessel HistoryBuilder      Three Mile Bay, NY    1861

Ownership ChangesDateRegistryOfficial #Duncan M. Callum

Oswego,  NY  U.S. 1861- 1867 U.S. 13330 J. S. Lyon

Oswego,  NY  U.S. 1867- 1873 U.S. 13330 J. Wm. Ball

Cleveland,  OH  U.S. 1873- 1875 U.S. 13330 J. Hanson

Chicago,  IL  U.S. 1875- 1881 U.S. 13330 A. O. Hanson

Chicago,  IL  U.S. 1881- 1883 U.S. 13330 Frank T. Cole

Chicago,  IL  U.S. 1883- 1884 U.S. 13330 J. Y. Vickery

Chicago,  IL  U.S. 1884- 1889 U.S. 13330

Vessel Name ChangesDateRegistryOfficial #VICKERY, A. E. 1884- 1889 U.S. 13330

RebuildsRerigged in 1881 to a three masted schooner.HistoryNo Vessel History AvailableDispositionStruck a shoal near the Rock Island light house opposite the Thousand Island Park N44 16 8210  W76 01 1830 on August 15, 1889 and sank. She was carrying 21,000 bushels of corn from Chicago, IL, to Prescott, Ontario. There was no loss of life.