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Showing results 1 to 15 of 36 for surnames beginning with 'O'.

Elise Oberlin

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John O'Connell

John Sullivan O'Connell was born in Bootle, Lancashire, England on 23 December 1895, the son of Geoffrey and Mary A O’Connell. His home was at 7 Boreland Street, Bootle. He was a professional seaman in the Mercantile Marine and signed on as a firema

John O'Connor

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Patrick O'Donnell

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Danil Oginski

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Aziz Ohannia

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Owen O'Hare

Owen O'Hare was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, on 28 August 1872, the son of Peter and Mary Ann O'Hare. His father was born in 1847 and his mother in 1851, both in County Cork, Ireland and he had two older brothers, Michael, who was born in

John J O'Kelly

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John Oleszko

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Diego Olivar

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Thomas O'Mahoney

Thomas Francis O’Mahoney was born in Seaforth, near Liverpool, Lancashire, England, on the 6th April 1894, the son of James C. and Ellen O’Mahoney. He lived at 25, Grasmere Street, Walton Liverpool. He was a professional seafarer in the Mercantile M

James O'Mealie

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Bernard O'Neill

Bernard O'Neill was born on the 29th October 1895, the son of Edward and Bridget O'Neill. The family home was at 4, Sand Street, Liverpool, Lancashire. He engaged as a trimmer in the Engineering Department on board the Lusitania on 12th April 1915 a

Frederick Hugh O'Neill

Frederick Hugh O’Neill was born in Plymouth, Devon, England in 1863, the son of William and Mary Jane O’Neill. He was a professional seaman in the mercantile marine, having previously been in the Royal Navy. He lived with his parents in Devon, and l

James O'Neill

James O'Neill was born in Wigan, Lancashire, England in 1870 and lived at 4, Upper Bute Street, Liverpool City Centre, in Lancashire. He was a professional Mercantile Marine fireman and engaged on board the Lusitania in the Engineering Department at

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