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Freehold (SP 347)
Minesweeper: Built in 1903 by Neafie and Levy, Philadelphia, PA; Acquired by the Navy 17 September 1917; Commissioned USS Freehold (SP 347), 22 September 1917; Struck by the propeller of Cunard Line's HMS Saxonia 17 April 1919 and sank; Refloated and overhauled, she was returned to her owner 27 May 1919. Fate unknown.
Specifications: Displacement unknown; Length 110' 1"; Beam 24' 5"; Draft 11'; Speed 12 kts.; Complement 24; Armament one 1-pounder.
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