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Showing results 61 to 75 of 188 for surnames beginning with 'B'.

Henry Beckett

James Henry Beckett, always known as Henry, was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, on the 27th July 1876, the son of James Henry and Amelia Emma Beckett (née Sydebotham). His father was a mariner, while his mother was a milliner, and the family

George William Alfred Beesley

George William Alfred Beesley was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1893, the son of George Henry and Emily Beesley. His father was a bookkeeper with the Cunard Steam Ship Company and the family home was at 12 Thorndale Road, Waterloo, Liver

John Beggs

John Beggs was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1888, the only son of the seven children of Peter and Elizabeth Beggs. His father was a sheet metal worker and Engineer Beggs lived with his parents at the family home, 71 Caldy Road, Aintree,

Queenie Benjamin

Eleanor May “Queenie” Benjamin was born in Baumber, Lincolnshire, England, on the 1st May 1894, the daughter of Edgar and Kate Benjamin (née Drake). Her parents met when they were in domestic service to Arthur Raymond Heath, M.P. and Barrister-at-la

William Bennett

William Bennett was born in Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, in 1876, one of ten children of William and Susan Bennett (née Ross), originally of 12, Cobden Street, Lochee, Angus. His father was an iron turner. In 1897, William married Helen Steel (or

James Edward Bennett Brown

James Edward ‘Jim’ Bennett was born at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England in 1889, the only son of Herbert Edward Bennett, a printer and compositor, and his wife Maria Jane (née Springthorpe). He had an older sister Mary (May) and while he was sti

Clinton "Will" Percival Bernard

Clinton Percival Bernard was born in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, in the United States of America on the 10th April 1888, the only child of Percival Joseph and Fanny Hewlett Bernard (née Ryder). His father was a successful merchant, dealing mainl

Oliver Percy Bernard

Oliver Percy Bernard was born in Camberwell, London, England, on the 8th April 1881, the son of Charles and Annie Bernard (née Alleyn). His father was an actor, vocalist, and theatre manager, while his mother was an actress. Although living together

Albert Arthur Bestic

Albert Arthur Bestic was born in Dublin, Ireland on 26 August 1890. He lived at 40 Parkbridge Road, Prenton, Birkenhead, Cheshire. At the age of 18 years he commenced his apprenticeship ‘before the mast’ in sailing ships in the process of becoming a

Jack Bevan

John Thomas ‘Jack’ Bevan was born in Llwynpia, Glamorgan, Wales, in 1889, the son of Morgan and Ann Bevan (née Morgans), and one of seven children. His father was a coal miner, as were most of the men in the area. The family home was at 4. Ayton Ter

Stefan Bialans

Stefan Bialans was born in Tsarist Russia in 1885. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Waterbury, Connecticut, where he presumably found work. In the spring of 1915, however, perhaps percei

George William Bilbrough

George William Bilbrough was born in Manningham, Bradford, Yorkshire, England on the 2nd October 1879, the son, and eldest of five children, of James William and Clara Bilbrough (née Baines). His father was a solicitor, and obviously earning a good

Albert Clay Bilicke

Albert Clay Bilicke was born on 22nd June 1861 in Marshfield (known as Coos Bay since 1944), Coos County, Oregon, in the United States of America, the son of Carl Gustavus and Caroline Bilicke (née Sigismund). His parents had been born in Prussia, a

Gladys Huff Bilicke

Gladys Bilicke was born Gladys Huff in De Witt County, Illinois, in the United States of America, on 10th September 1865. She was the daughter of James and Nancy Jane Huff (née Dine). She grew up in Maroa, Macon County, Illinois, where her father wa

Alice Winifred Bingham

Alice Winifred Bingham was born in Brighton, East Sussex, England, in 1880, the only girl in a family of eight. She was the daughter of John and Alice Bingham (née Steer). Her father was a builder, who died in 1885. She was educated at the Royal Mas