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Showing results 16 to 30 of 61 for surnames beginning with 'A'.

Beatrice Agnew

Beatrice Agnew was born Beatrice Thompson in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America in 1888, the daughter of William and Mary Thompson (née Woodrow). Her parents originally came from County Antrim in Northern Ireland. She return

Thomas Agnew

Thomas “Tom” Agnew was born in Ballylummin, Ahoghill, County Antrim, Ireland in 1888, the son of John and Margaret Ann (Annie) Agnew (née Millar). His trade was that of mill worker, although it is also believed that he had been a carpenter. He arriv

Charles Aindow

Charles ‘Charlie’ Aindow was born in 1878, one of 13 children born to John and Catherine Aindow of Formby, near Liverpool, in Lancashire, England. His brothers were named John, Joseph Henry, Robert, Thomas and William. He also had sisters named Alic

Joseph Aiston

Joseph 'Joe' Aiston was born in Blaydon-on-Tyne, County Durham, England on the 11th September 1895, the son of John and Magdalene Aiston. He was the ninth of twelve children. The family home was at 18, John Street, Blaydon-on-Tyne, County Durham. In

Crissy 'Chrissie' Nicol Marshall Lizzie Stark Aitken

Crissy Nicol Marshall Lizzie Stark Aitken, always known as ‘Chrissie’, was born in Davidson’s Main, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland on the 13th September 1898, the daughter of James and Jessie Dawson Aitken (née Jarvie). Her mother died in 1908, and

James Aitken

James ‘Jim’ Aitken was born in Horsburgh Castle Toll, Innerleithen, Peeblesshire, Scotland, on the 23rd September 1855, the son of Alexander Guthrie and Elizabeth Aitken (née Stark). His father was a farm worker, and Jim worked in the local woollen

James Jarvie Jr. Aitken

James, known as ‘Jarvie’ or ‘Jarrie’ Aitken, was born in Merritt, British Columbia, Canada, in late 1912 or early 1913, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Aitken. His father was also known as ‘Jarvie’. The family had originally come from Edinburgh, Midlo

James Jarvie Sr. Aitken

James Jarvie Aitken, known as ’Jarvie’ Aitken, was born in Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland, on the 23rd July 1883, the son of James and Jessie Dawson Aitken (née Jarvie). In 1910, Jarvie Aitken had immigrated to Canada and settled in Merritt, Briti

Babajan Alexan

Babajan Alexan was born in Imperial Russia in 1885. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in New York, N.Y., where he obtained employment. In the spring of 1915, perhaps because of the military

Anna Marjory Allan

Anna Marjory Allan was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on 20th April 1900, the third and youngest daughter of Sir Hugh Montagu and Lady Marguerite Allan. She had an older brother named Hugh, born in 1896, an older sister named Marguerite Martha -

Ashley Allan

Ashley Allan was born in Bootle, Lancashire, England on 28 June 1886, the son of William and Mary Ann Allan (née Gliddon). The family home was at 99 Berry Street, Bootle. He was one of 7 children and, like his father, worked for the Cunard Steam Shi

Gwendolyn Evelyn Allan

Gwendolyn Evelyn Allan was born in Canada on 8th November 1898, the second daughter of Sir Hugh Montagu and Lady Marguerite Allan. She had an older brother named Hugh, born in 1896 an older sister named Marguerite Martha - always known as Martha- wh

Marguerite Ethel Allan

Lady Marguerite Ethel Allan was born Marguerite Ethel MacKenzie in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on 1st July 1873, the daughter of Hector and Martha Augusta Hinckley MacKenzie (née Alger). Her father was a successful merchant. On the 18th October 1893,

Dorothy Ditman Allen

Dorothy Ditman Allen was born at 1406, Oxford Pike, Leiper Street, Frankford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the United States of America on the 28th March 1887, to Dr. Richard Cox and Hettie D. Allen (Née Ditman). Five children were born to the coup

John Allen

John Allen was born in Great Britain in the latter half of the nineteenth century. In 1915, he had been in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America, possibly on business. For his return to Great Britain, he booked passage on the A