Maine Maritime Museum

Mariners

Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Sprague, M. G. (?) 1836 Maine
Sprague, M. J. 1835 Maine
Sprague, Marcellus
Sprague, Melis
Sprague, Smith
Sprague, Willis G.
Sprague, Z. O.
Spring, James
Springer, Samuel
Spruth, John
Squier, Richard H. England
Srcheas, Chs.
Srttos, Nichalos
Srucham, Michael Ireland
St Curtis, Clarence
St. Clair,
St. Clair, Henry A.
St. Clair, J.
St. Clair, James
St. Claire,
St. Claire, H. A.
St. Hile, Christopher 1847 Barbadoes [sic], Barbados
Stacy, George
Staedel, E.
Staehel, Tetro Dan Carlo
Stafano , B.
Staff, C. G.
Stafferser , C. A.
Stafford, Edward
Stafford, Edward
Stafford, George
Stafford , H.
Stafford, H.
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford, Humphry
Stafford , Nicholas
Stafford, Wm.
Stafford, Wm. G.
Stamner, H.
Stanbun, L. A.
Stanford, G.
Stanford, James R. 1854
Stange, Edward
Stankoys, Carl
Stanley, Charles
Stanley, Chas.
Stanley, Francis
Stanley, G.
Stanley, George
Stanley, J. L.
Stanley, J. S.
Stanley, John
Stanley, John
Stanley, John W.
Stanley, Lewis
Stanley, W A
Stanly, J. W.
Stanton, Albert F.
Stanwood, Charles
Stanwood, Sprague
Staples , Geo. W.
Stapleton, D.
Stark, William H. 1885 USA
Starralt , John E.
Starratt, John E.
Staves, Simeon
Stean, John
Stech, Wm.
Steel, Edgar W.
Steel, James
Steele, Edgar W.
Steele, John 1850 Liverpool, England
Steele, Joseph
Steele, Philip
Steen, Frank
Steffene, John
Stegman, Otto
Steigeman, Arthur
Steil, Charles 1859 Barbados
Stela, J. W.
Stell , I. O.
Stemhorn, John 1851 Hamburg, Germany
Stemmen (sp?), Harry
Stenboss, Alfred
Stenes, Harry 1872 St. John, Canada Canada
Stenfelt, George
Stepanos, Sam 1894 Preko Zodor, Dalmatia
Stepburge, John
Stephens, Edward
Stephens, John
Stephens , Paul
Stephens, Thomas
Stephensen, Peter 1852 Denmark

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.