Maine Maritime Museum


Name Year of Birth Birthplace Residence Citizenship
Bell, Henry
Bell, John
Bell, John
Bell, John B.
Bell, M.
Bell, M. A.
Bell, M. A.
Bell, Walter
Bell, William
Bell, Wm.
Bellami, G
Bellback, William
Bellefontaine, Eugene
Belmont, Frank
Belser, John E. 1825 New York, USA
Bemell, William
Ben, Charles
Benard, James
Benfield, A.
Bengis, C.
Bengsen, P. F.
Bengtsson , A. B.
Benjamin , Richard
Bennet, Charles
Bennett, A. M.
Bennett, B.
Bennett, C.
Bennett, Franklin
Bennett, James
Bennett, James
Bennett, James
Bennett, James
Bennett, James
Bennett, James 1849 Philadelphia, PA - USA
Bennett, John
Bennett, John
Bennett, John
Bennett, John F.
Bennett, L. L.
Bennett, Lewis
Bennett, P.
Bennett, Rich
Bennett, Samuel
Bennett, Simmon
Bennett, Simmon
Bennett, Simon
Bennett, T.
Bennett, T.
Bennett, T.
Bennett, Thos.
Bennett, William
Bensen, Richard
Benson, Bernie
Benson, Berno
Benson, C.
Benson, Carl
Benson, Carl E.
Benson, Isaac
Benson, Isaac
Benson, J.
Benson, J.
Benson, J.
Benson, James
Benson , John
Benson, John
Benson, John
Benson, John
Benstead, T. W.
Benston, Irving
Bent, Samuel
Bent, Samuel
Benten, Thomas
Benthaen, H.
Bentie, Chas.
Bentin, A.
Bentrick, Harry
Bentson , August
Beoman, Bernard
Bepree, L.
Berach, John
Berbie, J.
Berd, Henery
Berg, Willie
Bergball, T.
Berger, Chas.
Berges, Henry
Bergesen, S. A.
Berghom, Neil
Bergin, F.
Bergland, T. A.
Berglund, A
Bergman, E. R.
Bergman, H.
Bergman, Osker
Bergstrom , John
Berkey, John
Berling, Peter
Bernard, C. W.
Bernard, Danl
Bernard, Laurence 1851 Prince Edward Island

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.