Maine Maritime Museum


Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Atheson, Charles 1842 Montreal, Canada
Atheson, harles 1842
Athios, Alfred
Atkenson, Job.
Atkenson, W.
Atkins, John
Atkins, LeBarrow Jonesport, ME - USA Jonesport, ME - USA USA
Atkinson, Bert
Atkinson, Ed
Atkinson, Horace W. 1855 USA
Atkinson, L.
Atmuse, Peter
Atridge, Thomas
Attamira, Manuel B.
Attard, S.
Atterson, Charles
Attervell, Isaac 1855 England
Atteson, M.
Attewell, Isaac
Attewell, Isaac USA
Attoman, Frank
Atuile, Edward
Atward, J. R.
Atwell, Edward
Atwood, Charles
Aube, Frank
Auckley, Eysa
Aughs, C. H.
Augur, Chas. F.
August, Frank
August, Frank
August, John
August, John
Auguste, Escoffier
Augustesen, Niels 1868 Denmark
Augusti, Jore
Augustin, L.
Augusto, Jose
Auguston , Peter
Augustus, John
Auoohogor, D.
Auquhart, Geo.
Auquhart, Leonard
Aurel, H. A.
Auskin, Lewis A.
Auskin, Luther W.
Austen, Charles
Austin, D. H.
Austin, George
Austin, John
Austin, Joseph
Austin, Sydney
Austin, T.
Austin, William 1872
Austuchen, R.
Average, John Costa
Averill, J. L.
Avery, Isaiah 1852 USA
Avery, John 1847 Baltimore, MD - USA
Avery, P.
Avery, William 1861 New Brunswick
Axandersen, A.
Axelsen, Albert
Axeman, E.
Axson, Joe
Ayer, Charles
Ayer, Eli
Ayer, Lewiston 1869 Calais, ME - USA Calais, ME - USA USA
Aylward, C.
Ayres, Wm.
Azer, C.
B??estyess, Z? E. 1839 Philadelphia, PA - USA
Baarson, Jakob
Bab, M. J.
Babbage, J.
Babbage, M. Addison, ME - USA
Babbin , Alick
Babbin, Simon
Babcock, W. N.
Babson, Solomon
Bach, C.
Bach, Peter
Bachelder, E.
Bachmann, T.
Back, Charles
Backhoven, A
Backland, W.
Backman, Herman Jonesport, ME - USA
Backman, Herman 1875 Germany
Backman, Herman 1873 Finland, Finland Finland
Backman, Karl
Backsing, Thomas Allen
Backstrom, C.
Backstrom, Fred 1859 Finland, Finland Finland, Finland Finland
Bacon, G. Frank Maine
Bacon, Henry
Bacriuet, John 1847 Mauritius, British Overseas Territory San Francisco , CA - USA France
Bada, A.
Baeman, John
Baffy, Frank

The information given in this database is entered here as it is on the document or documents in the Maine Maritime Museum collections. The spelling of the mariner’s name may be wrong, the arithmetic may be wrong, and some descriptions may be thoughtless or not politically correct, but they are shown as found. We have attempted to standardize the names and descriptions of vessels and the spelling of place names. We have tried to include in notes fields important information that does not fit in the standard fields.