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Showing results 46 to 60 of 61 for surnames beginning with 'A'.

William Affleck Anderson

William Affleck Anderson was born in Sedgefield, County Durham, England in 1881, the son of William John and Ann Anderson of 'Winterton', Ferryhill, County Durham. His father was clerk of the works at the Durham County Asylum at Sedgefield and his b

Marinos Andreatos

Marinos Andreatos was born in Athens, Greece in 1876. He was a merchant, and on the 22nd January 1915, he disembarked from the S.S. Baltic at New York, having sailed from Liverpool, England. He was accompanied at this time by another Greek merchant

Anisyon Andrijine

Anisyon Andrijine was born in Imperial Russia in 1893. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in New York, N.Y., where he found employment as a labourer. In the spring of 1915, maybe because of t

Aino Antila

Amoo Antila, known as “Aino”, ‘Anita’ or “Annie” Antila, was born in Finland at the end of the nineteenth century. She was married, and had two children, Carl who was born in 1910 or 1911 and Jan (or John) who was born in 1911 or 1912. Both children

Carl Antila

Carl Antila was born in Iron County, Michigan, in the United States of America, in 1910 or 1911, the son of Mr. Antila and Mrs Amoo ‘Anita’ Antila. Although nothing is known about his father, it is likely that he was employed as a miner in the local

Jan Antila

Jan, or John, Antila was born in Iron County, Michigan, in the United States of America, in 1911 or 1912, the son of Mr. Antila and Mrs Amoo ‘Anita’ Antila. Although nothing is known about his father, it is likely that he was employed as a miner in

Joseph Aprin

Joseph Aprin was born in Imperial Russia in 1870. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Gary, Indiana, where he obtained employment as a labourer. In the spring of 1915, perhaps because of th

Joseph Archer

Joseph Archer served as a first class waiter in the Stewards' Department on board the Lusitania. He survived the sinking. Cunard Records

Florence Gertrude Burke Armitage

Florence Gertrude Burke was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, on the 17th August 1884, the only child of John and Florence Burke (née Leftwich). Shortly after her birth, her father went to the United States of America, presumably to find work

Robert Arnott

Robert Arnott was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1874 of Irish parents. Nothing is known of his early life, except that his father had died and his mother had remarried. She became Mrs. Mary Jane Scott, of Seapatrick, Banbridge, Co. Down. Robert’s st

Joseph Sydney Arter

James Sidney Arter was born in King’s Norton, Worcestershire, England, on the 15th May 1885, the second of the three sons of Frederick Stephen Selby Arter, and his wife, Eleanor Emily (née Griffiths). His older brother was named Arthur Douglas, and

John George Herbert Arthur

John George Herbert Arthur, known as George Arthur, was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, on the 8th April 1881, the eldest of six children of John and Elizabeth Steel Arthur (née Smith). His father was an auctioneer at Gosforth, Newcastl

Gordon Ernest Ashcroft

Gordon Ernest Ashcroft was born in 1891 at Formby near Liverpool, Lancashire, England, the son of Edgar Makin And Harriet H. Ashcroft. The family home was at 18 Fairholme Road, Great Crosby, Lancashire. His father was a merchant. He engaged as a fir

John Ashe

John Ashe was born in 1896, the son of Richard and Mary Ashe. The family home was at 7, House, 1, Court, Back Grafton Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. John’s father was a dock worker. He signed on as a trimmer in the Engineering Department on

Henry Clifford Ashman

Henry Clifford Ashman, known both as ‘Henry’ and ‘Clifford’, was born at Beacon Farm, Doulting, near Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England, in 1888, the son of Henry Giles and Sarah Culliford Ashman (née Salvidge). His father was a farmer, and Henry was