Maine Maritime Museum

Mariners

Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Anderson, Adolf
Anderson, Albert
Anderson , Alex
Anderson, Alex
Anderson, Alexander
Anderson, Anders
Anderson, Andrew
Anderson, Andrew
Anderson, Andrew
Anderson, Andrew
Anderson, Andrew
Anderson, Andrew M.
Anderson, Andruw Brooklyn, NY - USA
Anderson, Antoine
Anderson, Anton
Anderson, Aug
Anderson , August
Anderson, August
Anderson, August
Anderson, Axel
Anderson, Axel 1862 Sweden
Anderson, B. C.
Anderson, C M
Anderson , C.
Anderson , C.
Anderson, C.
Anderson, C.
Anderson, C.
Anderson, C.
Anderson, C.
Anderson, C.
Anderson, C.
Anderson, C. 1865 Norway Norway Norway
Anderson, C. Jonesport, ME - USA USA
Anderson, C. J. Sweden Sweden England
Anderson, C. T. Sweden
Anderson , Carel
Anderson, Carl
Anderson, Carl
Anderson, Carl 1874 Norway Norway Norway
Anderson, Carl August
Anderson, Carles 1869 Norway
Anderson, Ch. 1865 Sweden
Anderson, Charles
Anderson, Charles
Anderson, Charles 1868 Nova Scotia, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada British Canada
Anderson, Chas. 1844 USA
Anderson, Chas. A.
Anderson, D.
Anderson , Daniel
Anderson, E.
Anderson, E.
Anderson, E.
Anderson, E.
Anderson, Edward
Anderson, Emil
Anderson, Eneval
Anderson, Erik
Anderson, F.
Anderson, F.
Anderson, F.
Anderson, F.
Anderson, F.
Anderson, F.
Anderson, Frank
Anderson, Frank
Anderson, Frank Boston, MA - USA Boston, MA - USA USA
Anderson, G.
Anderson, G.
Anderson, G.
Anderson, G.
Anderson, G.
Anderson, G. A.
Anderson, G. W.
Anderson, George
Anderson, Gust 1872 Finland, Finland Tolland, Finland Finland
Anderson, Gustav
Anderson, H.
Anderson, H.
Anderson, Hans A.
Anderson, Hans V. 1879 Denmark Denmark
Anderson, Heber
Anderson, Herman
Anderson, J C
Anderson, J.
Anderson, J.
Anderson, J.
Anderson, J.
Anderson, J.
Anderson, J.
Anderson, J.
Anderson, J. C.
Anderson, J. O.
Anderson, J. W.
Anderson, James
Anderson , James
Anderson, James
Anderson, James 1841 Scotland
Anderson, James Jonesport, ME - USA
Anderson, James 1876 Jonesport, ME - USA

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.