Maine Maritime Museum

J. A. Simpson

Rig/class: Schooner
Year Built: 1846
Official Number:




NameYear of BirthBirthplaceResidenceCitizenship
Ackley, Elra A.
Askley, Exra
Auckley, Eysa
Boyd, Adam
Boyd, Adam
Cates, Arthur D.
Ceates, Mr.
Colwell, Alvin
Davis, Dick
Davis, James
Davis, James
Davis, Jonas L.
Davis, Mr.
Elliot, S.
Elliot, Simon
Elliot, Simon
Elliot, Simon J.
Foster, C. W.
Foster, Tony
Gooding, Robert
Gooding, Robert
Guiffance, George
Hamilton, George
Harvey, R.
Howard, George H.
Hunsley, Frederick
Hunton, Robert
Jackson, Wm.
Lates, E. D.
Leland, M.
Leland, Moses
Libby, Phineaus
Malacea, James
Moorhead, James
Pine, Thomas
Randall, Wm.
Richardson, Mr.
Rick, James
Spillbate, Thomas
Sprague, Charles
Talbot, Peter
Thunsley, Fred
Virginia, Richmond
Ward, Philip
Willdon, Arthur
Wilson, F. A.


Sea Journal - Feb. 9, 1848 -- J. A. Simpson ( )MS-342 b1f1
Sea Journal - June 8, 1849 -- J. A. Simpson ( )MS-342 b1f1


VoyageVoyage TypeCaptain
J. A. Simpson ( )Merchant
J. A. Simpson ( )MerchantThurlow

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