Maine Maritime Museum

Mariners

Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Williams, Cornelies 1825 New York, USA
Williams, D.
Williams , Danuel
Williams, David
Williams , Edward
Williams, Edward
Williams, Edward
Williams, Edward
Williams, Elizabeth
Williams, F.
Williams, F. M.
Williams , Frank
Williams, Frank 1860 --, Wales Boston, MA - USA USA
Williams, Fred
Williams, G.
Williams, G.
Williams, George
Williams , George 1844 Austria
Williams, George
Williams, George B. 1809
Williams, H.
Williams, H.
Williams, H. F.
Williams, Harry
Williams, Harry
Williams, Henry
Williams, Horace G.
Williams, J
Williams, J.
Williams, J.
Williams, J.
Williams, J.
Williams, J. C.
Williams, J. D.
Williams, J. D. 1843
Williams, J. R.
Williams, James
Williams , James
Williams , James
Williams , James
Williams, James
Williams, James
Williams, James
Williams, James
Williams, James
Williams, James
Williams, James 1840
Williams, James 1836 Boston, MA - USA
Williams, Jessie
Williams, Jno.
Williams, Job
Williams, John
Williams, John
Williams , John
Williams , John
Williams, John
Williams, John
Williams, John
Williams, John
Williams, John 1838 Boston, MA - USA USA
Williams, John 1860 England
Williams, John
Williams, John
Williams, John
Williams, John 1815 USA
Williams, John 1858 New Brunswick
Williams, John 1853 England
Williams , Joseph
Williams, Joseph
Williams, Joseph 1823 Boston, MA - USA
Williams, Joseph 1823 USA
Williams, Joseph D.
Williams, Joseph L.
Williams, Joseph P.
Williams, L.
Williams, Leonard
Williams, Leonard
Williams, Lewis
Williams, M.
Williams, Martin
Williams, Mr.
Williams, P.
Williams, Peter
Williams, Peter
Williams, Richard
Williams, Richard
Williams, Richard Portsmouth, NH - USA USA
Williams, Robert
Williams, Sam
Williams, Samuel
Williams, Samuel W.
Williams, T.
Williams, T. Lawrence
Williams, Tarus
Williams, Thomas
Williams, Thos.
Williams, tonio
Williams, Victor M.
Williams, W. 1849 Boston, MA - USA
Williams, W. H.

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.