USS Susan Ann Howard

Career (US)
Name: USS Susan Ann Howard
Laid down: date unknown
Launched: date unknown
Acquired: 19 May 1863
In service: circa 5 June 1864
Out of service: circa 30 August 1864
Struck: 1864 (est.)
Fate: sold, 15 September 1864
General characteristics
Displacement: Unknown
Length: 50 ft (15 m)
Beam: 17 ft 4 in (5.28 m)
Draft: Unknown
Depth of hold: 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Propulsion: schooner sail
Speed: Unknown
Complement: Unknown
Armament: Unknown

USS Susan Ann Howard (1863) was a schooner requisitioned from the prize court by the Union Navy during the Union blockade of the American Civil War.

Susan Ann Howard was used by the Union Navy for a number of minor roles: storeship, ammunition ship, and collier. She did not remain in service long.

Civil War service

Few facts exist concerning Susan Ann Howard, a center-board schooner purchased by the Union Navy from the New York City Prize Court on 19 May 1863. Usually referred to as Susan A. Howard, the ship was listed on 5 June 1864 as one of a group of schooners serving on the sounds of North Carolina, presumably at New Bern, North Carolina, as ordnance and store vessels. On 7 July, she was at New Bern serving as an ordnance boat. On 7 September, she was listed as a hulk and serving as a coal schooner.

Post-war decommissioning

On 30 August, the schooner was ordered to Washington, D.C.; and Susan Ann Howard was sold at the Washington Navy Yard on 15 September to H. F. Hammil.

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