Maine Maritime Museum


Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Bernart, Carl
Bernholdt, John 1856 Germany
Bernstedt, H. A.
Bernstein, Ludwig
Berque, Emil
Berrie , Daniel
Berry, C. W.
Berry, Charles 1819
Berry, Charles 1850
Berry, F.
Berry, F.
Berry, Frank
Berry, George
Berry, James
Berry, James
Berry, James
Berry, John
Berry, Joseph
Berry, Sam
Berryman, Alex
Bertolini, Ferdinando
Berveson, Otto
Besanson, John
Besely, Ruby L.
Besken, A.
Best, William
Beston, John
Beth, Benjamin
Bethmore, A. W.
Beulley, Edward
Bevart, C.
Bevart, Cornelues
Beveradger , Robert
Bibb, George
Bibby, Charles
Bibby, Charles
Bichice, C.
Bichonmon, George
Bicliey, T.
Biddick, William
Bielenberg, John D. 1841 Hamburg, Germany
Bietz, Robert
Bifrick, Matthew
Bigford, B. B.
Bigley, J
Bigots, L.
Bikin, Wm.
Bill, J. W.
Bill, Wm.
Billant, F.
Billard, Wm.
Billings, Sam
Billiou, Simon
Bindshall , David
Bingay, Frederick
Binne, S.
Binns , James
Birch, Charles 1832 USA
Birch, George 1833 USA
Bird, Elmir
Bird, Richard
Bires, Jalek
Birkin, F.
Bishop, C
Bishop, J S
Bishop, John
Bishop, R. H.
Bishop, Seneca L. 1832 USA
Bishop, W. J.
Bissett, Henry H.
Bisted, B.
Bitts, Fred
Bixby, J. C.
Bixby, J. C. 1828 Boston, MA - USA
Bixby, J. O. 1828 Massachusetts, USA
Bixby, J. O. 1828 Massachusetts, USA
Bixby, T.
Bizerzael, K. E.
Bjork, William
Bjorklund, A.
Bjunkloud, C.
Black, Albert
Black, Dan
Black, J. H. Bath, ME - USA USA
Black, Job
Black , John
Black, W.
Blackburn , G. N.
Blackburn , George
Blackem, William
Blackston, F. S.
Blackwell, Roy F.
Blair, Geo.
Blair, George
Blair, Samuel
Blair, Winthrop G. 1852 Woolwich, ME - USA
Blaisdell, Benjamin
Blaisdell, John F. Phippsburg, ME - USA
Blaisdell, John H. 1849 Maine
Blaisdell, Sam

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.