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Showing results 16 to 30 of 188 for surnames beginning with 'B'.

Edgar Edwin Baldwin

Edgar Edwin Baldwin was born in Seacombe, Wallasey, Cheshire, England in 1878, the son of George J and Mary A Baldwin. His father was an upholsterer, who died while Edgar was quite young. Following his death, Edgar’s mother opened a tobacconists sho

Harry Bradley Baldwin

Harry Bradley Baldwin was born in New York City, in the United States of America, on the 2nd February 1867, the son of Joseph Clark and Emma Jane Baldwin (née Mood). He had three brothers, one older and two younger. On the 29th May 1897, he married

Mary Margaret Baldwin

Mary Margaret Baldwin was born Mary Margaret McCauley in Cincinnati, Ohio, in the United States of America on the 25th February 1874. Nothing is known of her family or early life except that her mother’s name was Violet, and she had a sister named E

Thomas Leonard Baldwin

Thomas Leonard Baldwin was born in Conderton, near Tewkesbury, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, on 2 April 1888, the eldest of nine children born to Charles and Emma Baldwin. He was brought up in Bromborough, Cheshire, and although he maintained

Margaret Ballantyne

Margaret Ballantyne was born in Scotland in 1886. The family home was in Glasgow, Lanarkshire. She had been working in New York, N.Y., in the United States of America and in the spring of 1915, decided to return home to Scotland, perhaps because of

William Blanchard, Jr. Bancroft

William Blanchard Bancroft was born in San Francisco, California, in the United States of America, on the 10th June 1887, the third of five sons of William Blanchard and Genevieve Bancroft (née Cox). His father was a publisher, and his mother a writ

A Banner

A Banner was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, in 1863. He lived at 307 West 113th Street, New York City, New York, USA, which suggests that he was a professional seaman and made regular trips across the Atlantic. He engaged on 30 April 1915 a

Indu Prakas Bannerji

Indu Prakas Bannerji was born in Calcutta, India, on 21st August 1884, the son of Chandi Charan and Binoda Bannerji, (née Roy). He was educated at the B.N. College, Bankipur City College and The Metropolitan Institute of Calcutta. For some time he w

Constance Barber

Constance Emily Barber was born in Norwich, Norfolk, England, in 1879, the daughter of Charles Russell and Emily Barber. Her father died in 1883, and her mother in 1884, leaving her orphaned. She was raised by her grandmother, Mrs. Affery Barber, wh

Bessie Barbour

Elizabeth Shearer Barbour, always known as ‘Bessie’, was born in Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland, on the 23rd May 1873, the daughter, and one of nine children of William and Margaret Barbour (née Alexander). The family home was at 21. Roxburgh St.,

Edmund E. Barchard

Edmond Elphinstone Barchard was born in Maresfield, Sussex, England, on the 7th October 1874, the youngest child of Elphinstone and Katherine Louisa Susan Barchard (née Barwell). His father was a barrister at law and the family was very wealthy! The

George Barclay

George Barclay was born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, in 1885. On completion of his education, he became a porter with the Highland Railway at Keith, Banffshire. In 1910 or 1911, he had immigrated to Canada, and although he was married, he trav

Martha Ann Bullock Barker

Martha Ann Barker was born Martha Ann Bullock in Wybunbury, Cheshire, England on the 19th May 1876, the daughter of John and Sarah Bullock. She had a sister, Mary, and two brothers, William and Joseph. In 1899, she married Thomas Barker, who worked

Winifred Barker

Winifred Barker was born in Hanley, Staffordshire, England, on the 2nd May 1906, the youngest of two daughters of Thomas and Martha Ann Barker (née Bullock) of Hanley. She had a sister named Doris. In 1909, the family emigrated to the United States

Allen Byron Barnes

Allen Byron Barnes was born in Cohoes, Albany County, New York, U.S.A. on the 3rd December 1871, the son of John Allen and Eleanor (née Fort) Barnes. On the 25th November 1871, two weeks before Allen was born, his father died, aged 27 years. John Al