Maine Maritime Museum


Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Brown, John
Brown, John 1830
Brown, John
Brown, John
Brown, John
Brown, John 1847 New York, USA
Brown, John 1833 New York, USA
Brown, John 1847 New York, USA
Brown, John
Brown, John 1846
Brown, John M.
Brown, John M.
Brown, John W.
Brown, Joseph USA
Brown, L.
Brown, L. H. 1849
Brown, Lawrence
Brown, L[?]
Brown, M. E.
Brown, Nilson
Brown, Peter
Brown, Peter 1843 Massachusetts, USA
Brown, Peter 1857 Finland
Brown, Robert 1833 Sweden
Brown, S.
Brown, S.
Brown, Shirley
Brown, Theodore
Brown, Thomas Belfast ME, ME - USA
Brown, Thomas 1847 Russia, Russia
Brown, Thomas 1864 Norway
Brown , Thos.
Brown , Thos.
Brown, Thos.
Brown, Thos.
Brown, Thos.
Brown, Thos.
Brown, Thos.
Brown, Tomey
Brown, W
Brown, Will
Brown, William
Brown, William
Brown, William 1846 Dublin, Ireland
Brown, William 1844 Liverpool, England
Brown, William S.
Brown, Wm
Brown , Wm.
Brown , Wm.
Brown, Wm.
Brown, Wm.
Brown, Wm.
Brown, Wm.
Brownell, James
Brownell, James
Brownlaw, Fred 1844 New York, USA
Brownlow, Fred.
Broxton, A.
Brugiali, Paholeon 1850
Bruin, O.
Brumann, A.
Brummell, James 1826 USA, USA
Brumstrum, John
Brunn, Gustav 1861 Denmark
Brunstall, John
Brunswick, Joseph
Brut, Serafim
Bryan, Frank
Bryan, John
Bryant, Andrew
Bryant, B. O.
Bryant, Chas.
Bryant, Daniel
Bryant, E. F.
Bryant, Eles
Bryant, Ellis F Jonesport, ME - USA
Bryant, Jefferson
Bryant, Mark
Bryant, Mark Jonesport, ME - USA
Bryant, Patrick 1852 England
Bryant, W. W.
Bryant, Walter
Bryant, Walter W.
Bryent, Jefeson
Bryne, Peter 1850 Dublin, Ireland
Bryson, Peter
Buart, C.
Bube, H.
Buccannon, A.
Buchanan, John 1837 Islay, Canada
Buck, Chas.
Buck, Robert 1863 USA
Buck, T.
Buck, T. J.
Buckels, Gar.
Buckingham, Chas. 1846 England San Francisco , CA - USA Great Britain
Buckley, C.
Buckley, J.
Buckley , Peter
Buckley, T.

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.