Maine Maritime Museum

Mariners

Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Allen, David
Allen, Edd
Allen, Edgar
Allen, Edward
Allen, Edward
Allen, Ellen 1855
Allen, F.
Allen, Felis 1850
Allen, Felix
Allen, G.
Allen, Gailford
Allen, Geo.
Allen, George
Allen, Henry
Allen, Henry
Allen, John
Allen, John
Allen, John
Allen, Johnathan
Allen, Joseph
Allen, L.
Allen, Richard
Allen, Robert W.
Allen, Thomas USA
Allen, Thomas
Allen, V. 1836
Allen, William 1830
Allen, William 1854 Norway
Allesen, W. C.
Alley, Alexander
Alley, Amfisire
Alley, Charles
Alley, Eben W.
Alley, Edman
Alley, George W.
Alley, Isaac
Alley, John M.
Alley, John S. 1856
Alley, Joseph
Alley, Joseph W.
Alley, W. W.
Alley, Warren
Alley, Warren W.
Alley, William W.
Allister, J.
Allroid, T.
Allsoph , Fredrick
Alrabmason, A.
Alsen, Fredrick
Alsen, G.
Altmore, Charles 1837 New York, USA
Altrock, Carl 1863 Germany
Alues, King
Aluignipaw, Fred 1853
Alurs, Jon
Alves, A.
Alvorsen, Neils
Amasa, W. A.
Ambrose, Edward
Ambrose, James
Amelinig, Fritz
Amero, George 1883 Saulnierville, N.S., Canada Saulnierville, N.S., Canada
Amero, Sydney 1903 Barton, N.S., Canada Gilberts Cove, N.S., Canada
Amero, Willis 1901 Barton, N.S., Canada Gilberts Cove, N.S., Canada
Amersen, E.
Ames, John
Ames, Philip
Ammidy, Wm. August
Amos, F. H.
Amunson, T.
Anaakis, C.
Anair, Edward E.
Ananson , Adolf
Andelin, Anderson
Andelini, Andersen
Anden, C.
Andernath, Floreens
Andersen, A.
Andersen, Alf
Andersen, Alik
Andersen, Andrew
Andersen, Andro
Andersen, Emil
Andersen, Herman 1845 New York, USA
Andersen, J.
Andersen, Lindrig (?) 1838 New York, USA
Andersen, O M
Andersen, Vikter
Anderson, A. 1853 Sweden
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A.
Anderson, A. A.
Anderson, A. P.

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.