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Showing results 1 to 15 of 188 for surnames beginning with 'B'.

Abraham Baba

Abraham Baba was born in Persia, (now Iran), in 1870. It is believed that he emigrated to the United States of America in 1905; however, on arrival at Ellis Island in New York harbour, he was detained by the authorities for not having sufficient fun

Frank Baba

Frank Baba was born in Persia, (now Iran) in 1885. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Chicago, Illinois, where there was a well established Persian community. By the spring of 1915, howeve

George Baba

George Baba was born in Persia, (now Iran) in 1876. Some time before the outbreak of the Great War, he left his native land and settled in Chicago, in the United States of America, where he found work as a labourer. He was married, but nothing is kn

John Jacob Baba

John Jacob Baba was born in Persia (now Iran) in 1882. Some time before the Great War he left the Middle East and emigrated to the United States of America. He settled in Chicago, Illinois, where there was quite a large community of ex-patriate Pers

Jakim Babeicz

Jakim Babeicz was born in Imperial Russia in 1882. 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 as a presser - presumably in a tailoring business. He was

Siemion Babiczuk

Siemion Babiczuk was born in Imperial Russia in 1876. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Windsor, Vermont, where he obtained employment as a labourer. In the spring of 1915, however, he de

Matthew Babka

Matthew Babka was born in Imperial Russia in 1887. Some time before the Great War, he had immigrated to Canada, where he obtained employment. In the spring of 1915, perhaps because of the poor military standing of the Czarist Army on the eastern fro

Frederick Richard Bailey

Frederick, or Frederic, Richard 'Fred' Bailey, was born in Bridgwater, Gloucestershire, England, on the 2nd April 1872, the son of Charles James Bailey, and his wife, Maria Bryans. His mother’s maiden name was Maltby, and her marriage to Charles Bai

Ivy Bailey

Miss Ivy Bailey was born in Shepshed, Leicestershire, England in late 1900, the daughter of Walter George and Jessie Annie Bailey. The family home was at Finney Hill, Ashby Road, Sheepshed, Leicestershire. In 1912, however, the family immigrated to

Jessie Annie Hanford Bailey

Jessie Annie Bailey was born Jessie Anne Hanford, in Shepshed, Leicestershire, England in 1869, the daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Hanford of 12 Loughboro Road, Shepshed, Leicestershire. Jessie was a school teacher. In 1901, she married Walter Ge

Walter George (William) Bailey

Walter George Bailey was born in Woodborough, Wiltshire, England, in 1861, the son of Thomas and Anna Bailey. In 1886, he married Rosina Aylward in Coventry, Warwickshire, and on the 23rd July 1887, the couple had a son, Albert Victor, who was born

Duncan Campbell Bain

Duncan Campbell Bain was born in Partick, Lanarkshire, Scotland in 1887, the son of William and Maggie Bain. The family home in 1915 was at 8 Byres Road, Partick, Lanarkshire. Cunard records show that he engaged on 30 April 1915 at New York, on boar

Amelia "Millie" Baker

Amelia I., or Amelia A., Baker, always known as ‘Millie’ Baker, is believed to have been born in Minnesota in the United States of America on 23rd December 1887. Although her family background is not known, she was formally adopted by Alfred George

Eva Baker

Eva Baker was born in Great Britain in 1891. She was a maid and at some time had left her home and travelled to New York City in the United States of America, probably in the pursuit of employment. On 1st May 1915, however, she boarded the Lusitania

James Baker

James Baker was born in Constantinople, Turkey, in 1864, the son of George and Maria Baker (née Butler). His parents were British, and his father was a merchant in Constantinople. It is not known when James came to England, but he was a dealer in Or

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