C. Price, (forenames unknown), was born in Liverpool, Lancashire in 1886. He lived at 29, Bonsfield Square, Liverpool.
He engaged as a waiter in the Stewards' Department on board the Lusitania at New York, on 30th April 1915, for her final trans-Atlantic voyage, at a monthly rate of £4.05s.00d, (£4.25.). It proved to be a tragic decision for him as he was killed when she was sunk, exactly a week later.
His body was not recovered and identified afterwards either and his name is embossed on the Mercantile Marine Memorial at Tower Hill, London. He was aged 29 years.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Cunard Records, UniLiv D92/6/1.