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Showing results 16 to 30 of 117 for surnames beginning with 'L'.

Edward Harris Lander

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George Benjamin Lane

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Hugh Percy Lane

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Charles Lapphane

Charles Lapphane was born in Tranmere, Birkenhead, Cheshire, in 1896, the son of Albert and Alice Lapphane. His father was an Able Seaman serving in the mercantile marine. The family home was at 40 Livingstone Road, Lower Tranmere. On 12th April 191

James Joseph Larkin

James Joseph Larkin was born in the United States of America in 1882, the son of James and Catherine Larkin. He was married to Catherine Larkin, (née McAllister) and they lived at 9, Milford Street, Kirkdale, Liverpool, Lancashire. He was employed a

Elisabeth Anne Antill Lassetter

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Frederick Macquarie A. (Antill?) Lassetter

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George Edward Latham

George Edward Latham was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, in 1885, the son of Charles Edward and Isobel Armstrong Anderson Latham, who resided at 172, Tollemarche Road, Bidston, Birkenhead, Cheshire. He was married to Jessie May Kathleen Lath

Charles Emelius, Jr. Lauriat

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Ella Woods Lawrence

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William Lawrence

William Lawrence was born in Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales in 1881 and lived at Middle Road, Whitegate, County Cork, Ireland. He engaged as a fireman in the Engineering Branch on board the Lusitania at New York on 30 April 1915, just in time for her fin

Edward Lawrenson

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Elizabeth Lawrenson

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Percy Lawson

Percy Lawson was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, on the 1st May 1882, the son of William George and Rebecca Lawson. As a young man, he went to Liverpool where he found work as a carter, before joining the mercantile marine as a ship’s stew

Thomas Lawson

T. Lawson engaged as a trimmer in the Engineering Department on board the Lusitania at Liverpool on 12th April 1915, at a monthly wage of £6-0s-0s. and joined the vessel at 8 a.m., three days later. and before she sailed on her last ever voyage to N