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Showing results 136 to 150 of 152 for surnames beginning with 'C'.

Ellen Crosby

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Ambrose Betham Cross

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Andrew Cross

Andrew Cross was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1881, the son of Andrew H and Elizabeth Cross. His father was a butcher. In 1915 his home was at 155 Leyden Street, Kirkdale, Liverpool. He engaged as a fireman in the Engineering Department

Charles Ivor Cross

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Cyrus Crossley

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Sylvia Ellen Milsom Crossley

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Stephen Crumby

Stephen Crumby was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1873. In 1915 he lived at Bevington House, Bevington Bush, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. This was a hostel for single men established in 1900, based on the idea of the Rowton Houses in L

William Henry Crurchley

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William Culshaw

William Culshaw was born in Liverpool, Lancashire England in 1888. In 1915 he lived at 100 Buckingham Street, Everton, Liverpool. He was a professional seaman in the British Mercantile Marine and on 12 April 1915 at Liverpool he engaged as a fireman

John Cummings

John Cummings was born in Liverpool, Lancashire on 11 September 1894, the son of John and Charlotte Emma Cummings. His father was a builder’s labourer who died in 1909. He lived at 60 Cardwell Street, Edge Hill, Liverpool. He engaged at New York as

Hannah Cunniff

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Edward Cunningham

Edward Cunningham served on board the Lusitania as an able seaman in the Deck Department. He survived the sinking. References Cunard Records.

Alice Curley

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Patrick Curran

Patrick Curran was born in Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland in 1871, the son of Patrick and Julia Curran. He was married to Margaret Curran (née Dixon) and they lived at 9 Saltney Street, Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire. He engaged as a fireman in the

George Currie

George Currie was born in Bootle, Liverpool, Lancashire, England on 23 August 1886, the son of James and Agnes Currie. His father was a labourer, and on completing his education George became a printer’s boy. He then joined the British Mercantile Ma

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