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Showing results 91 to 105 of 169 for surnames beginning with 'S'.

Minnie Smith

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Oliver Barrow Smith

Oliver Barrow Smith was born on the 1st January 1888, the son of Joseph and Ellen Jane Smith of 229, Litherland Road, Bootle, Liverpool, Lancashire. Nothing more is known about him or his service with the Mercantile Marine except that he served as a

Peter Smith

Peter Smith was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, in 1856, the son of Thomas and Ann Smith. The family owned the firm of Potter's Shipbuilding in Blackston Street, Liverpool, Lancashire. In 1915, he was living with his wife Faith Eaton Smith (

Sarah Smith

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William Smith

William Smith served as a first class waiter in the Stewards' Department on board the Lusitania. According to an article printed in the American journal The Evening Post, on 24th May 1915, a survivor named James Smith, who was reportedly steward to

William Thomas Smith

William Thomas Smith was born in Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire, on 28th October 1867, the son of Thomas and Mary Ellen Smith. He was married to Eliza McTaggart Smith (née McIntyre) in Liverpool in 1895, and in 1915, they lived at 57, Hornby Road, B

Fred A. Snowden

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Thomas Snowden

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Mitrofan Sobolowski

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Stefan Solonina

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Henry Becker Sonneborn

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Soren Sorenson

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Henry Southward

Henry “Harry” Southward was born in Bootle, Lancashire, England in 1880, the son of Ralph and Elizabeth Southward. On the 6th May 1901, he married Kate Geraghty in Liverpool, and in 1915, they lived at 29, Johnstone Street, Bootle. He served as a gr

David March Spendley

David March Spendley was born in Sunderland, County Durham, on 1st March 1886, the son of David Cole and Catherine Campbell Spendley (née Forcer). His father was a printer/stationer and in 1915, the family home was at 26 High Street West, Sunderland

Kate Bermet Spendley

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