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Showing results 121 to 135 of 188 for surnames beginning with 'B'.

Philate Bozenof

Philate Bozenof was believed to have been born in Imperial Russia in 1880. Some time before the Great War, he had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Chicago, Illinois, where he obtained employment. His younger brother Denis was

Sidral William Braddick

Sidral William B. Braddick was born in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, in 1888, the son of William Robert and Elizabeth Ann Braddick (née Price). He was a mechanic and in 1915, had been working in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the United States o

Thomas Bradley

Thomas Bradley was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1894, but nothing is known about his antecedents or where he lived, except that in 1915, he was residing either as a boarder or with his family at 13 Crete Street, Kirkdale, Liverpool, a s

Dorothy Douglas Braithwaite

Dorothy Douglas Braithwaite was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 5th May 1891, the daughter of Arthur Douglas and Marjorie Margaret Walker Braithwaite (née Hendrie). Her father was Assistant General Manager of the Bank of Montreal, in Quebec, Ca

Edith Brammer

Edith Brammer was born in Normacot, Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire, England, on the 5th April 1907, the daughter of Richard Harry and Elizabeth Jane Brammer (née Bott). Her father was a presser, otherwise known as a moulder, in the local pottery in

Elizabeth Jane Bott Brammer

Elizabeth Jane Bott was born in Normacot, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England, in 1883, the daughter of Arthur and Emily Bott. Her father worked in the local pottery industry. In 1905, she married Richard Harry Brammer in Stoke on Trent, and on t

Josephine Brandell

Mystery surrounds the early life of Josephine Brandell, which was the name she used for her career as a singer and actress. According to the 1900 U.S. Federal Census, and the 1905 New York State Census, she was born Janetta Kleinberg in Austria in S

James Breen

James Breen was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1866 the son of John and Isobel Breen. He was married to Mary Breen (née O'Hare) and in 1915; they lived at 23 Bond Street, Liverpool, Lancashire. He was a professional fireman in the British

John Brennan

John Brennan was born in Bootle, Lancashire, England, on 6th November 1896 the son of Jeremiah and Mary Brennan (née Gore). The family home was at 17, Johnstone Street, Bootle. He was a quiet man, but extremely kind and patient. He signed on as a tr

Patrick Brennan

Patrick Brennan was born in Dublin, or neighbouring County Kildare, Ireland in 1868, the son of Michael and Catherine Brennan. He was married to Annie Brennan (née Lacey) and they lived with their five children at 55 Langtry Road, Kirkdale, Liverpoo

Thomas Brennan

Thomas Brennan was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, in 1890. He lived at 4 Ellenborough Street, Liverpool. He engaged as a trimmer in the Engineering Department on board the Lusitania at Liverpool, on 12 April 1915 for what would be the liner

Elizabeth "Betty" Bretherton

Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Bretherton was born in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America on the 4th February 1914, the daughter of Cyril Herbert Emanuel and Norah Annie Bretherton (née Keating) of Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. She had an

Norah Annie Bretherton

Norah Annie Keating was born in Brighton, Sussex, England, on the 6th January 1883, the second eldest of the five daughters and one son of Samuel Ffennell and Annie Keating (née Skews). Her father was a commission agent. Her sisters were named Emily

Paul Bretherton

Paul Bretherton was born in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America, on the 10th January 1912, the son of Cyril Herbert Emanuel and Norah Annie Bretherton (née Keating) of Los Angeles, California. He had a younger sister, Elizabeth,

William Bridge

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