Maine Maritime Museum

John Smith

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Documents

DocumentCitation
Account Book Entry - Dec. 13, 1876 -- Oasis (d. Havre )MS-38 b2f16
Account Book Entry - ?? -- General Butler (d. Melbourne - a. Callao Sept. 12, 1866)MS-79 b1f9
Payroll - Oct. 10, 1902 -- Samos (d. Boston Aug. 18, 1902 - a. Boston Oct. 9, 1902)MS-438 b2f2
Portage Account - July 12, 1890 -- Ivy (d. New York - a. Portland)MS-90 b104f10
Portage Account - July 14, 1897 -- Benjamin F. Packard (d. Philadelphia - a. New York)MS-22 b249f11
Portage Account - July 14, 1902 -- Benjamin F. Packard (d. San Francisco - a. New York)MS-22 b249f12
Portage Bill - Feb. 9, 1881 -- Standard (d. San Francisco - a. Liverpool)MS-90 b169f1
Shipping agents bill - Feb. 1, 1877 -- Ivy (d. New York )MS-90 b104f11
Wages book - Aug. 3, 1877 -- Challenger (d. Philadelphia - a. San Francisco)MS-22 b269f37

Voyages

VoyageVoyage TypeCaptain
Benjamin F. Packard (d. Philadelphia - a. New York)MerchantZ. Allen
Benjamin F. Packard (d. San Francisco - a. New York)MerchantZ. Allen
Challenger (d. Philadelphia - a. San Francisco)Merchant
General Butler (d. Melbourne - a. Callao Sept. 12, 1866)MerchantFessenden Chase
Ivy (d. New York - a. Portland)MerchantPeter Cordiner
Ivy (d. New York )Merchant
Oasis (d. Havre )MerchantRufus Soule Randall
Samos (d. Boston Aug. 18, 1902 - a. Boston Oct. 9, 1902)MerchantRufus F. Wells
Standard (d. San Francisco - a. Liverpool)Merchant

Vessels

VesselRig/ClassOfficial NumberYear Built
Benjamin F. PackardShipNone
ChallengerShip1876
General ButlerShip1862
IvyShip1001901876
OasisBark19344None
SamosSchoonerNone
StandardShip1878

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.