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Showing results 106 to 120 of 188 for surnames beginning with 'B'.

Joseph James Bostock

Joseph James Bostock was born in Chekley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England in 1872, the son of Herbert and Mary Bostock. In 1915 he was married to Harriet Bostock (née French) and they lived at 52 Havelock Street, Stoke-on-Trent, with their th

Fred Bottomley

Fred Bottomley was born in the little village of Clifton, near Brighouse, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England, in early 1883, the son of William, known as “Willie”, and Annie Bottomley (née Earnshaw). The family home was at 16, Churchfield Road

Denis Duncan Harold Owen Boulton

Denis Duncan Harold Owen Boulton - known as Harold Boulton - was born in Great Britain on 10th December 1892, the son of Sir Harold Edwin Boulton, (2nd Baronet), and Lady Ida Boulton, (née Davidson) of Tulloch Castle, Dingwall, Scotland. His father

Mabel Juliet Bourke

Mabel Juliet England was born in Clapton, Middlesex, England on the 30th April 1865, the daughter of James and Jane England. The family were originally from Devon, but by the time Mabel was born, the family home was at Sprighill House, Upper Clapton

Elise Schauring Bouteiller

Julie Elisa Feucht Schauring, always known as “Elise”, was born in Audincourt, Doubs, in eastern France, around 1858, and whereas nothing is known of her early life, it is believed that she was married to Paul Bouteiller, and had two children – Loui

Joseph Bowden

Joseph Bowden was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1868, the only son of Joseph and Margaret Bowden. He had a younger sister named Ann, who was born in 1872. He was a professional seaman in the British Mercantile Marine and in 1915 he lived

Henry Bowen

Henry Bowen was born in Farndon, Cheshire, England in 1864, the son of John and Sarah Bowen. He was married to Mary Bowen (née Lane) and they lived at 36 Jackson Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire. He was a professional seaman in the Mercantile Marine and

George Walter Bowers-Bartlett

Although no record of George Walter Bowers birth can be found, it is likely that he was born in Hingham, Norfolk, England, between 1872 and 1874. His mother, Susanna (née Middleton), was married to Charles Bowers, an agricultural labourer in Hingham

Irma Florine Rothschild Bowers-Bartlett

Irma Florine Rothschild was born in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America on the 12th September 1883, the daughter, and the second youngest of five children, of Max M. and Rose Rothschild (née Fuller) of Chicago. She was related to the

Charles Warren Bowring

Charles Warren Bowring was born in St. John, Newfoundland, Canada, on the 7th March 1871, the son of Charles Rennie and Laura Ann Bowring (née Warren). He was a nephew of Sir William Bowring and a cousin of Mr. A.J. Willmer, T.C., J.P., the propriet

Fullerton Rimmer Boyd

Fullerton Rimmer Boyd was born in Malta on 14 April 1877, the son of Fullerton and Agnes Boyd. In 1901 he married Helen Dickie Smillie, and the couple had one son, Fullerton junior. In 1915 the family lived at 93 Lawton Road, Waterloo, Liverpool. On

Margaret Louisa Boyd

Margaret Louisa Boyd was born in County Armagh, Ireland, in 1895. Her father’s name is unknown, while her mother’s name was Emily. She was the only child of the marriage, and her father died when she was quite young. Her mother was a domestic servan

James Boyle

James Boyle was born in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland, in 1885, the son of Charles and Susan Boyle (née Orr). His father was a coal miner, and James followed in his footsteps by also becoming a miner. In 1906, James immigrated to Canada and settle

Nicholas Boyle

Nicholas Boyle was born in the village of Hutton, near Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, in 1891, the daughter of John and Mary Boyle. Her father was a gamekeeper, and while she was still a child, the family moved to Kirkcudbright, Kirkcudbrightsh

Denis Bozenof

Denis Bozenof was believed to have been born in Tsarist Russia in 1881. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Chicago, Illinois, where he obtained employment. In the spring of 1915, perhaps b