Maine Maritime Museum

Mariners

Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Winchester, Geo.
Winchill, Chas.
Winchill, H. A.
Windahl, G H
Windahl, G H
Windahl, Gunnar
Winder, J.
Wines, Gilbert W. 1851 USA
Winfield, R.
Winfield , Richard
Wingright, R.
Wingrist, Carl H.
Wininy, T.
Winkel, Aug.
Winn, Joseph
Winner, David
Winslow, A. J.
Winslow, Henry A.
Winslow, James
Winslow, James
Winslow, N. W. USA
Winson, Wm.
Winter, Charles
Winter, John
Winters, H. W.
Wiran, G.
Wirrell, William 1823 New Orleans, LA - USA
Wirt, Joseph
Wisch, John W.
Wise, Chs
Wissels , C.
Witaker, William
Witchell, William H. USA
Withe, John
Withers, H.
Withey, John
Withianson, F.
Witty, John
Wleks, G. W.
Wleux, William
Wohl, J.
Wohlstein, William 1854 New York, USA
Woldson, U. H.
Wolf, A.
Wolf, Archbald
Wolf, H.
Wolf, Harry
Wols, Daniel
Wood, C.
Wood, Edwin 1831 Newark, NJ - USA
Wood, Frazer 1843
Wood, George B. 1861 USA
Wood, H. E.
Wood, John
Wood, John
Wood, Thomas
Wood, William
Wood, William
Woodard, Charles
Woodbery, William
Woodbury, James
Woodcock, Jacob
Woodhurst, Henry
Woodman, Thomas
Woodman, Trewman
Woodmansen, W.
Woodrad, Frank
Woodruf, George
Woodruff, John
Woodruff, Joseph
Woods, Alfred
Woods, Daniel
Woods, Fred
Woods, H.
Woods, Henry
Woods, John
Woods, Peter
Woods , Thos. W.
Woodside, Joseph A.
Woodson, Charles 1847 Great Britain
Woodward, C. E.
Woodward, C. M.
Woodward, H M
Woodward, H. M.
Woodward, Haskel M.
Woodward, Haskell
Woodward, N. A.
Woodward, Warren
Woodworth, W. F.
Wool, Thomas 1833 St. John, Canada
Woolgary , John
Worck, Chas.
Wording, M. E.
Wording, William H. 1830 New York, USA
Worghs, John 1843
Workman, John 1840 New York, USA
Wormwell, John
Worn, Jake China
Worrey, John E. Phippsburg, ME - USA
Worrey, John E. 1846 Phippsburg, ME - USA

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.