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Showing results 1 to 15 of 27 for surnames beginning with 'E'.

William Henry Eastwood

William Henry Eastwood was born in West Derby, Lancashire on 20 November 1855, the son of John and Anne Eastwood. He became a domestic servant and butler at an early age before deciding to join the British Mercantile Marine as a professional ship’s

William Henry Edgar

William Henry ‘Bill’ Edgar was born in Liverpool, England on 17 September 1893, the son of Jesse and Dinah Edgar (née Bushell). In 1915 the family home was at 27 Virginia Street, Southport, Lancashire. He engaged as a second class waiter in the Stew

Henry Edwards

Henry 'Harry' Edwards was born in 1898, the son of Henry and Mary Alice Edwards, of 152 Marsh Lane, Bootle, Lancashire. He was employed as a sculleryman in the Stewards' Department on board the Lusitania and was killed when she was sunk. He was aged

Isaac Edwards

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Joseph Edwards

Joseph Edwards was born in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, in 1878, the son of Thomas and Emma Edwards. He first found employment in the clothing trade, becoming a tailor’s errand boy and then a tailor’s assistant, before finally becoming a tailor’s

Thomas Edwards

Thomas Edwards served as a fireman in the Engineering Branch on board the Lusitania. He survived the sinking. References Cunard Records.

William Egan

William Egan served on board the Lusitania as Bosun's Mate in the Deck Department. He survived the sinking and gave evidence at the official enquiry conducted into the sinking, chaired by Lord Mersey, in June and July 1915. A photograph of him and f

Vincente Egana

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Herbert W. Ehrhardt

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Annie Louise Elliot

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Arthur Graham Elliot

Arthur Graham ‘Jo’ Elliott was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1895, the son of Arthur Henry and Mary Elizabeth Elliott, of 61 Moscow Drive, Stoneycroft, Liverpool. He first went to sea on windjammers in 1910 and was an apprentice on board

Arthur W. Elliot

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Frederick Elliot

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

James Elliott

James Elliott was born in Liverpool in 1864, the son of William and Mary Elliott. He was married to Mary Elliott (née Elliott) and they lived at 14 Bittern Street, Stoneycroft, Liverpool, Lancashire. He was employed as a fireman in the Engineering D

Herbert Ellis

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