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Showing results 136 to 150 of 188 for surnames beginning with 'B'.

Louis Brilly

It is likely that Luigi “Louis” Brilly was born in Rome, Italy, in May 1872, and that he was a theatrical agent residing in London, England, but how and when he originally came to England is not known. He also appears to have travelled to the United

Carlton Thayer Brodrick

Carlton Thayer Broderick was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States of America on 22nd January 1887, the son of Alfred Henry and Etta L. Broderick (née Reading). His father was president of The Chadwick-Boston Lead Company of 162, Congr

William Brodrick-Cloete

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George Brooks

George Brooks was born in Southport, Lancashire, England in 1885, the son of William and Margaret (Maggie) Brooks. The family home was at 17 Shaftsbury Road, Birkdale, Lancashire. George worked on a poultry farm before he decided to enlist in the Me

James "Jay" Ham Brooks

James Ham 'Jay' Brooks was born in Lewiston, Maine, in the United States of America in 4th January 1875, the son of James Ham, always known as “Ham”, and Maria Brooks (née Bickford). His father was an auctioneer and real estate dealer who had previo

Constance Brown

Constance Margaret Kate Brown was born at Eriviat, Henllan, Denbighshire, Wales, in 1884, the second youngest of the six children of Henry and Catherine Brown (née Bevan). It is likely her father, who was a game keeper, was employed by the Ffoulkes

Daniel Taylor Brown

Patrick Daniel Brown was born in Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland, on the 29th April 1872, the son of Thomas Grey and Catherine Brown (née Taylor). His father was an accountant and book keeper. It is not known when or why Dan changed his forenames to

Evelyn Brown

Evelyn Mary Brown was born at Eriviat, Henllan, Denbighshire, Wales, in late 1886, the youngest of the six children of Henry and Catherine Brown (née Bevan). It is likely her father, who was a game keeper, was employed by the Ffoulkes family on the

James Brown

James Brown was born in 1868, the son of James and Mary Brown. The family home was at 3 Portland Street, Liverpool. Lancashire, England. He served as a fireman in the Engineering Department on the Lusitania's final voyage and was killed when she was

James H Brown

James H Brown is believed to have been born in 1885, and served as a first class waiter in the Stewards' Department on board the Lusitania. He survived the sinking. References Cunard Records.

John Brown

John Manson George Brown was born in Stromness, on the Island of Orkney, on 9 August 1857, the son of William G and Catherine Brown. His father was a carpenter by trade; however, he later became a spirit merchant. John and his older brother William

John Brown

John Brown served on board the Lusitania as a fireman in the Engineering Department. He survived the sinking. References Cunard Records

Mary "May" Cummins Brown

Mary ‘May’ Cummings is believed to have been born in Ireland on the 10th March 1860. The identity of her father is not known, but her mother was also named Mary Cummings. Nothing is known of her childhood, but it would appear she emigrated to the Un

Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown was born in Mayo, County Mayo, Ireland in 1891, the son of Mr and Mrs Patrick Brown. The family home was at Kilboyne. He signed on as a trimmer in the Engineering Department on board the Lusitania at Liverpool, on 12 April 1915 for wha

William Brown

William Brown was born in Sunderland, County Durham, England, in 1883, the son of Matthew and Jemima Amelia Brown (née Baxter). On completion of his education, William became a ship’s plumber, and then a fitter. His father died in 1899. In the early

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