Maine Maritime Museum

Mariners

Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Solenson, G.
Solomon, Thomas 1855 St. Martin
Somers, A. H.
Somers, Enich 1830 USA
Somers, F.
Somers, Henry
Somervill, William
Somey, M.
Sommens, Henry
Sommers, Wm.
Sommerville , Wm. B.
Soney, Matt
Soonblank, Carl 1842 Norway
Sooplin, Karl 1859 Finland
Sordenman, A.
Sorensen, A.
Sorensen, A.
Sorensen, A.
Sorensen, A. O.
Sorensen, Alfred
Sorensen, C.
Sorensen , J.
Sorensen, O.
Sorenson, A. O.
Sorenson, Richard
Sorman, Jos.
Sorren, A.
Sorrensen , Antor
Sorrenson, G.
Sotsugi,
Soule, A. T.
Soule, Alpheus T.
Soule, Edwin S.
Soule, Thomas
Southeland, Arther
Southerlan, Frank
Southerland, Clifford
Southerman , H. A.
Southerman, John
Sovhon, O.
Sow, Lutwig
Sowesby, John
Spaniel, T. C.
Spark, J. C.
Spark, William
Sparks, J.C.
Spaulding, N.
Spawlee, John
Speakman, Thos.
Spear, B E
Spear, B Elsworth
Spear, M. A.
Spence, Alex
Spence, Edw. 1838 England San Francisco , CA - USA Great Britain
Spencer, G. A.
Spencer, Harry
Spencer, Henry
Spencer, John C.
Spencer, Thos.
Speverie , Amos
Sphus, S. W.
Spicer, Edmund
Spilhoust, Henry
Spillan , John
Spillbate, Thomas
Spiller, Zenas
Spincer, Charles
Spinney, Levi
Spittel, George
Spivnick, Antonio
Splett, A.
Spoffard, Jacob
Spongbug, C. A. W.
Spooner, J.
Spooner , Robert
Sporting, W. H.
Sprague, C. W.
Sprague, Charles
Sprague, Edwin E. 1845 USA
Sprague, Geroge R. 1854 Phippsburg, ME - USA
Sprague, H.
Sprague, J. B. 1848 Phippsburg, ME - USA
Sprague, J. B. 1850 Massachusetts, USA
Sprague, J. B. 1850 Maine
Sprague, James B.
Sprague, James B. 1847 Maine
Sprague, James B. 1850
Sprague, James R. 1848 Maine
Sprague, John 1849 USA
Sprague, John 1849
Sprague, John E. 1849 USA
Sprague, John E.
Sprague, John N.
Sprague, M T 1834 Maine
Sprague, M. D.
Sprague, M. G. (?) 1836 Maine
Sprague, M. J. 1835 Maine
Sprague, Marcellus
Sprague, Melis
Sprague, Smith

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.