Maine Maritime Museum


Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Taylor, Frank D.
Taylor, G. S.
Taylor, George W.
Taylor, Henry M.
Taylor, J. A.
Taylor, J. J.
Taylor, J. W.
Taylor, James 1849 St. Johns
Taylor, James
Taylor, James
Taylor, John
Taylor, John
Taylor, John
Taylor, Jonathan 1832 New Bedford, MA - USA
Taylor, Samuel 1825 New York, USA
Taylor, William
Taylor, Wm.
Taylor, Wm. J.
Tchildhauer, Albert 1843 New York, USA
Tea, J.
Teied, Frank
Teiz, Venceno
Telfer, John
Telhers, G.
Tell, Charles
Tell, Charles 1830 Sweden
Tell, James
Tellerman, Andrew
Telssmamich , A.
Temple, Patrick
Templeton, James
Tenesfer, H. P.
Tensen, T.
Tenyeson, Emil
terrado , L.
Terrier, William A. 1863 USA
Terrio, Barney
Terwilliger, Charles 1856 USA
Teryen, John
Teryman, Harry
Tesche, Eugene
Teyson , Ernest
Thackwell, Thomas A.
Thackwell, Thomas A. 1827 England
Tharaldsen, Ole.
Tharsldsen, Ole.
Thay, Theodore
Thayer, Charles
Theilitz, Herman
Theobald, Jas. S.
Theobold, A. L.
Theodoresen, Jens
Theodorsen, Jens
Thiel, Paul
Thirlow, John
Thistle, John M.
Thomas, Charles
Thomas, Chas.
Thomas, Christopher 1849
Thomas, F.
Thomas, Geo.
Thomas, Geo.
Thomas, Geo. W.
Thomas, George
Thomas, George B.
Thomas, Henry
Thomas, Jean B.
Thomas, John 1832 England
Thomas, John
Thomas, John
Thomas, John 1861 USA
Thomas, Richard
Thomas, Robert
Thomas, Samford
Thomas, T.
Thomas, Thos.
Thomas, Thos.
Thomas, Thos.
Thomas, W.
Thomas, Wm.
Thomassen, G.
Thomerson, Thomas
Thomesen, Charles Germany
Thompsen, William 1847 Boston, MA - USA
Thompsen, Wm.
Thompson, A. P.
Thompson, Albert
Thompson , Alex
Thompson, Andrew
Thompson, Arthur
Thompson, Augustus P. 1855 USA
Thompson, B.
Thompson , B. H.
Thompson, C.
Thompson, C. J.
Thompson, Charles
Thompson, Charles 1839
Thompson, Charles H. 1843 Baltimore, MD - USA
Thompson, Charles L.
Thompson, Chas.

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.