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Showing results 46 to 60 of 188 for surnames beginning with 'B'.

George Noble Bartley

George Noble Bartley was born in Gorton, south of Manchester, Lancashire, England, in 1877, the son and one of seven children of John and Mary Bartley (née Gebson). His father was a silk twister, and his mother a silk weaver. The family home was at

Gordon Bartley

John Gordon Bartley, always known as Gordon, was born in February 1915, the second son of George Noble and Ellen Bartley (née Beard), almost certainly in Welland, Ontario, Canada, where his parents lived at the time, although they had both been born

George Bates

George Bates was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1898, the son of William Henry and Catherine Bates. He lived at the family home, 128 Sandy Road, Seaforth, Lancashire, and was employed as a Stewards' Boy in the Stewards' Department on boar

Lindon Wallace, Jr. Bates

Lindon Wallace Bates Junior was born in Portland, Oregon, in the United States of America on 17th July 1883, the son of Lindon Wallace and Josephine (née White) Bates. His father was a civil engineer and the family home was at 615, Fifth Avenue, New

George Batt

George Batt served as a trimmer in the Engineering Department on board the Lusitania. He signed on for duty on the Lusitania in Liverpool on 12 April 1915 for what would be the liner’s last ever voyage to America and reported for work at 8am on 17 A

James Johnson Battersby

James ‘Jim’ Johnson Battersby was born in Stockport, Cheshire, England, on 27th April 1875, one of the seven sons and two daughters, of William John and Mary Battersby, (née Oldham). He was registered at birth as Robert Johnson Battersby, but when b

James Battle

James Battle was born in County Sligo, Ireland in 1866. He lived at 59 Richmond Row, in the city centre of Liverpool. He was a professional merchant seaman and signed on at Liverpool on the Lusitania, on 12 April 1915 as an able seaman in the Deck D

Annie E. Ripley Baxter

Annie E. Baxter was born Annie Eliza Ripley in Nether Hallam, Sheffield in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England, in 1881, the daughter of George and Mary Ann Ripley (née Taylor). In 1902, she married William Baxter, who was a machinist, in Worksop,

William Baxter

William ‘Willie’ Baxter is believed to have been born in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England in 1909, the son of William and Annie Baxter, (née Ripley). His parents formerly ran a post office and then a greengrocery shop in Worksop, but in 1912, they

William Baxter

William Baxter was born in Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England in 1879, the son of Alfred and Annie Theresa Baxter (née Huckerby). His father was a labourer and when he reached maturity, William Baxter became a machinist. In 1902, William married Anni

Allan Martin Beattie

Allan Martin Beattie was born in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada, on the 19th December 1895, the son of The Reverend John Alexander Beattie, a Presbyterian clergyman, and his wife, Mrs. Geneva “Grace” S. Beattie. The family home was in Winnipeg, M

Grace S. Beattie

‘Grace’ Sarah Beattie was born Ginevra Sarah, or Sarah Ginevra, Martin in Townsend, Norfolk, Ontario, Canada, on the 4th June 1858, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Martin. She was married to The Reverend John Alexander Beattie, a Presbyterian c

James Beattie

James Beattie was born in 1891, the son of James and Miriam Beattie, and he lived at 35 Collins Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. His father was a railway porter and his mother died when James was aged about 7 years. James Beattie served as a

James Anderson Beattie

James Anderson Beattie was born at Westerkirk, Dumfries, Scotland, on the 4th July 1861, the eldest of the four sons of Walter and Eliza Beattie (née Anderson). He was educated in Glasgow, Renfrewshire, and Edinburgh, Midlothian. When a relatively y

Margaret White Dall Beattie

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