Maine Maritime Museum

Merom (d. Savannah - a. Liverpool)

Vessel: Merom
Voyage Type: Merchant
Departure Date:
Arrival Date:
Port of Departure: Savannah, GA - USA
Port of Arrival: Liverpool, England
Captain: J. S. Lowell




NameYear of BirthBirthplaceResidenceCitizenship
Adams, William 1823New York, USA
Adamson, William 1836Boston, MA - USA
Blair, Winthrop G.1852Woolwich, ME - USA
Butler, George 1831Savannah, GA - USA
Curtis, Lewis 1846France
Davis, William 1841New York, USA
Dudley, Charles 1834New York, USA
Edmonds, James 1848St. Davids
Edmonds, John 1823St. Davids
Evans, David William1842Baltimore, MD - USA
Farrell, James 1831Dublin, Ireland
Garrot, Phylip 1841Boston, MA - USA
Getting, Lars 1844Philadelphia, PA - USA
Green, Lewis 1833Mobile, AL - USA
Grofs, Michael 1840Savannah, GA - USA
Gunn, William 1848New York, USA
Hall, Isaac 1842New York, USA
Henry, James 1834New York, USA
Hughes, Thomas 1838New York, USA
Johnson, John H.1820Portsmouth, NH - USA
Larrabee, George H.
Larrabee, George H.1836Bath, ME - USA
Lee, John 1849Boston, MA - USA
McCaffery, Charles 1852Boston, MA - USA
McNeil, John 1842Eastport, ME - USA
Mercer, William 1850New York, USA
Morris, Henry 1820Philadelphia, PA - USA
Nelson, Andrew 1848Norway
Paon, Charles 1848Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
Parker, Edward 1825Baltimore, MD - USA
Peirson, John 1848Boston, MA - USA
Robinson, Samuel 1839Boston, MA - USA
Sherry, James 1837New York, USA
Smith, John 1844New York, USA
Stewart, Alen G.1843Brooklyn, NY - USA
Whaling, Edward 1849New York, USA
White, James 1845Boston, MA - USA
Wilson, Frank 1846New York, USA
Wilson, John 1841New York, USA
Wilson, William 1849Boston, MA - USA


Articles of Agreement - Dec. 28, 1870 -- Merom (d. Savannah - a. Liverpool)MS-90 b134f1
Articles of Agreement - June 7, 1871 -- Merom (d. Savannah - a. Liverpool)MS-90 b134f2

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