Maine Maritime Museum


Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Baarson, Jakob
Bab, M. J.
Babbin , Alick
Babbin, Simon
Babcock, W. N.
Babson, Solomon
Bach, Peter
Bachmann, T.
Backhoven, A
Backman, Karl
Backsing, Thomas Allen
Backstrom, C.
Bacon, G. Frank Maine
Bacon, Henry
Bacriuet, John 1847 Mauritius, British Overseas Territory San Francisco , CA - USA France
Baeman, John
Bagby, John
Bagge, Christain
Baggerson, Charles
Bagley, A. C.
Bagley, A. M.
Bagley, Abijah C.
Bagley, D.
Bagley, John
Bagley, John
Bagley, John
Bagley, John
Bagley, Vinal C.
Bagley, William M. 1843 USA
Bailergeron , John Canada
Bailey, E. F.
Bailey, Edmund 1854 Baltimore, MD - USA
Bailey, Walter 1844 New York, USA
Bailey, William
Baillie, Walter
Baillie, Walter
Baillie, Walter
Baily, D. F.
Baily, E. F.
Baily, E. F.
Baily, Thos.
Baily , Thos.
Baird, John
Bakell, Harry
Baker, B. W.
Baker, Charles
Baker, Chas.
Baker, F.
Baker, Geo. H.
Baker, Gregor O.
Baker, H.
Baker, Jas.
Baker, John
Baker, John 1835
Baker, John
Baker, Joseph
Baker, Leonard
Baker, Luke
Baker, M. T. 1845 USA
Baker, Moses 1843 New York, USA
Baker , W. F.
Bakill, Henry 1828 New York, USA
Balanforth, S.
Balderry, Thomas
Baldwin, M.
Baldwin, R.
Baley, E. F.
Baley, James
Baley, Robert
Balger, H.
Balie, Thos.
Balinoe, G.
Ball, H. D.
Ball, Reuben 1821
Ballard, H. B. 1848 Maine
Balleache, Chas.
Ballie, W. E.
Ballot, Charles A.
Bally, Frank
Balmanno , D. S.
Bals, John
Bamford, Thomas
Bamwall, Thomas 1832 USA
Banderson, Wm. 1850
Banester, G.
Bangs, Chas 1841 USA, USA
Banks, C.
Banks, Charles
Banks, Edward
Banks, F. O. 1853 Rome, GA - USA
Banks, Frank. O
Banks, H.
Banks, Henry
Banndt, W.
Bannister, William
Bannon , C.
Bannon, C.
Bannon, C. A.
Banos, Joseph S.
Banse, William

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.