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Showing results 31 to 45 of 61 for surnames beginning with 'A'.

Norman Frederick Allen

Norman Frederick Allen was born on 14 September 1890 in Twickenham, Middlesex, England, the son of Frederick and Susan Gray Allen. The family home was at 5 Victoria Terrace, Western Road, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, and for many years Norman worked in a

Nicholas Naftel Alles

Nicholas Naftel Alles was born in Forest, Guernsey, in The Channel Islands, on the 3rd February 1865, the eldest son of Nicholas Mansell and Mary Rachel Alles. He had a brother named Theodore, who was born in 1868. His father was a farmer and the fa

Harry Ryde George Allport

Harry Ryde George Allport was born in Stepney, Middlesex, England on 9 May 1880, the son of Joseph Ryde and Grace Mary Angel Allport (née Leaver). He was baptized into the Anglican Church in the Parish of St James Ratcliff in Middlesex on 19 June 18

John Almond

John Almond was born on 3 April 1889 in Blackburn, Lancashire, England, the son of John and Alice Almond, of 66 Cherry Street, Blackburn. He was the eldest of eight children, and his parents were cotton weavers. The family had previously resided at

Benjamin Ameraiof

Benjamin Ameraiof was born in Persia, (now called Iran) in 1878. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Chicago, Illinois, where there was an Iranian community. Once there, he obtained work as

Phoebe Sledge Amory

Phoebe Amory was born Phoebe Sledge in Cliffe, Kent, England on the 5th of June 1851, the daughter of William and Phoebe Sledge. Her father was employed as a coastguard. There is evidence to suggest that in 1869, she married Richard Lee in Lambeth,

Carolina P. Andersdotter

Carolina P. Andersdotter was born in Sweden in 1861. At some time, she had emigrated to the United States of America and found employment in Malden, Massachusetts, as a domestic servant. She was married. In early 1915, she decided to return to her n

Barbara Winifred Anderson

Barbara Winnifred Anderson was born in Derby, Connecticut, in the United States of America, on 15th June 1912, the daughter of Rowland and Emily Anderson (née Pybus). In 1915, the family resided in New Haven, Connecticut, where her father was employ

Emily Mary Pybus Anderson

Emily Mary Anderson was born Emily Mary Pybus in Barton, near Darlington, Yorkshire, England, on the 22nd July 1888, the daughter of Robert and Margaret Elizabeth Pybus (née Mossom). Her father had at various times been employed as a coach driver an

James Anderson

James Anderson was born in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England on 27 March 1881. In 1915 the family home was at 112 Paterson Street, Birkenhead. He was a married man but no details of his wife and family are known. He was a professional steward serving in

James Clarke Anderson

James Clarke Anderson was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England on 2 February 1865, the son of Thomas and Mary Anderson of Montgomery Street, Girvan, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. He was married to Louisa Anderson (née Weir) and in 1915 they live

John Anderson

John Anderson was born in Norway in 1848. He was married to Teresa Anderson and they lived at 25 Gray Street, Bootle, Lancashire, England. He was a professional mercantile marine seaman and on 12 April 1915 he engaged as an able seaman in the Deck D

Margaret Armstrong Scott Anderson

Margaret Armstrong Scott was born in Gorey, County Wexford, Ireland, in 1884, the daughter of Thomas and Catherine Scott. Her father was at various times a provision merchant and horticulturist, and Margaret was one of five children, although only t

Robert Anderson

Robert Anderson was born in Ireland in 1875. He was a provision merchant and in 1915, he had been living and trading in New York, N.Y. in the United States of America. In the spring of 1915, he decided to return home to Ireland - and consequently bo

William Anderson

William Anderson served as a boots in the Stewards' Department on board the Lusitania. He survived the sinking. References Cunard Records