Maine Maritime Museum


Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Apenborne, W.
Apiki, C. K.
Apiki, William
Aplus, F.
Apostle, P
Apostle, P
Appia, William
Appleby, John
Applegren, John
Apriki, William
Arakawa, T.
Aransen, A.
Archan, P.
Archer, Atwood A.
Archer, Danl.
Archer, J. C.
Archer, J. F.
Archer, James
Archer, James F.
Archer, William
Archi, John 1851 China
Arecola, Frank
Arendt, Charles
Arent, L.
Arenui, Kalani
Arfmann, Henry 1852 Germany
Aricxion, E.
Arle, Thos.
Armit, T.
Armour, Alexander
Armour, John
Armour, Wm.
Armstrong, A. W.
Armstrong, Chas. D.
Armstrong, Douglas 1871 New Brunswick New Brunswick England
Armstrong, E.
Armstrong, Edward Calais, ME - USA
Armstrong, Edward Calais, ME - USA Calais, ME - USA USA
Armstrong, Henrey
Armstrong, Henrey
Armstrong, Isaac
Armstrong, James Canada
Armstrong, Wm.
Armstrong, Wm. A.
Arndt, H.
Arnesen, A.
Arnold, James
Arnold, James
Arnold, James
Arnold, Jas.
Arnot, Emil
Arnot, John
Arnsen, H.
Arnusen, Charles
Aronsson, Johan 1863
Arsenault, Manuel J.
Arsenault, Manuel J.
Arsenault, Manuel J.
Arseneault, John
Artens, Harry
Arthur , Henry
Arthur, John
Arthur, Thomas
Arthurs, S. F.
Artik, John
Artons, Harry
Arttey, J.
Arundle, Charles H.
Asaper, M.
Asberg, A. M.
Asberg, Alfred
Aschold, E. Trau
Ash, Clarence
Ash, Perry
Ashenger, Carl
Ashland, Harry H.
Ashley, W. T.
Ashton, William 1834 New York, USA
Asinus, C. H.
Ask, S. J.
Askley, Exra
Aspegren, Loi
Aspelen, G.
Asphal , Michael
Asselin, Pierre
Assin, John
Astedia, Pedro
Asterland, Johan
Asterson, A.
Astiada, P.
Astrom, J.
Atcheson, James 1875 Nova Scotia, Canada British Canada
Atchinson, James 1873 Nova Scotia, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada British Canada
Atchison, James 1873
Atchison, James 1874 Nova Scotia, Canada Nova Scotia, Canada British Canada
Athais, Alfred
Atheson, Charles 1842 Montreal, Canada
Atheson, harles 1842
Athios, Alfred
Atkenson, Job.

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.