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Showing results 46 to 60 of 75 for surnames beginning with 'T'.
Saved | Passenger (Third class) | Age: 25
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Lost | Passenger (Second class) | Age: 28
Saved | Crew (Deck) | Age: 36
James Todd was born in Douglas, in The Isle of Man in 1878, the son of William and Mary Todd. He was married to a widow, Catherine Alice Curphey (née Kelly) in Douglas on the 23rd November 1893, and in 1915 they lived at 6, Hanover Street, Douglas.
Saved | Passenger (Third class) | Age: 28
Lost | Passenger (Third class) | Age:
Saved | Crew (Engineering) | Age: 42
Mystery surrounds the identity of Francis ‘Frank’ Toner. It is stated that he was born in County Dublin, Ireland, in 1873, and he gave an address of 23, Creighton Street, off Wareham Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, when signing on for what turned out
Saved | Passenger (Saloon class) | Age: 39
Lost | Passenger (Third class) | Age: 10
Lost | Passenger (Third class) | Age: 40
Saved | Passenger (Saloon class) | Age: 56
Lost | Crew (Engineering) | Age: -
Nothing is known about Trimmer A. Trainor, except that he appears in a list of crew known to have been on board the Lusitania when she was sunk, which was published by the Cunard Steam Ship Company on 1st March 1916. According to this list, he was a
Lost | Passenger (Third class) | Age: 30
Lost | Crew (Engineering) | Age: 28
Phillip Henry Traynor was born in Liverpool, Lancashire England on 28 January 1887, the son of Peter and Elizabeth Traynor. The family home was at 209 Beaufort Street, Park Place, Toxteth, Liverpool. He engaged at Liverpool as a trimmer in the Engin
Lost | Passenger (Second class) | Age: 62
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