The two masted wooden scow schooner Granville
was built in 1853 by E.L. Herrick at Fairport, Ohio. The vessel was valued at $1,600 and rated B2.
1865: B.L. Pennington along with J.H. Palmer purchased the scow Granville
1868: Rebuilt, changed from 98 to 74.12 gross tons.
April 1869: The scow Granville
was on the bar at Boed's pier, Lake Michigan, got off with slight damage.
"Granville (1872)- This scow went ashore near Clay banks and was broken up during a fall storm. Information on this vessel is sparse and no remnants from it have ever been found, nor has the site of its demise ever been pinpointed." The Clay Banks Project Uncovering the History of Door County's Lost "Ghost Ports" and Related Shipwrecks."
"Granville- scow wrecked at Cave Point, Lake Mich." 1872