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Showing results 1 to 15 of 61 for surnames beginning with 'A'.

Beatrice Abas

Beatrice Eleanor Abas was born Beatrice Eleanor Sanderson at 25. Upper Street, Islington, London, Middlesex, England, on the 27th January 1889, the daughter of Francis William and Matilda Frances Sanderson (née Hayles). Beatrice was one of eight chi

Beatrice Abas

Beatrice Frances Abas was born at 23. Richmond Place, Brighton, England, on the 19th October 1912, the second child of Phillippe and Beatrice Eleanor Abas. Her father was a renowned professional musician, a classical cellist, who often played abroad

Isobel Abas

Isobel Roddrigues Abas was born at 12. Waterloo Place, Brighton, England, on the 21st May 1909, the eldest child of Phillippe and Beatrice Eleanor Abas. The family home was in Brighton, East Sussex, England. Phillippe Abas was a professional musicia

Ralph Frank Abercromby

Ralph Frank Abercromby was born in Skene, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on the 27th August 1893, the youngest son of Douglas Charles and Helen Louisa Hodge Abercromby (née Murray). In 1915, the family home was at ‘Kinbroon House‘, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

Samuel Abramowitz

Samuel, also known as ‘Solomon’ or ‘Scholom’, Abramowitz was born in Riga, then part of Imperial Russia, in1878, but lived in Paris, France at 34, Rue St. Anne. He married his wife, Amelie, in 1899, and the couple had eight children, all born in Par

Frederick Ackroyd

Frederick 'Fred' Ackroyd was born in Prestwich, Lancashire, England, in 1912, the son of Mr. Ackroyd and Mrs. Hannah Ackroyd (née Hardaker), whose parents lived at Brooksbank Farm, Great Horton, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. Fred had a twin brother,

Hannah Hardaker Ackroyd

Hannah Ackroyd was born Hannah Hardaker in Great Horton, Bradford, Yorkshire, England, in 1879, the daughter of Thomas and Caroline Hardaker of Brooksbank Farm, Great Horton, Bradford, Yorkshire. By the age of 12 years, she was working in the textil

Allan H. Adams

Allan Heron Adams was born in Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland, on the 10th December 1872, the youngest son of William and Honoria (or Hanora) Adams (née Greig or Gregg). His siblings were William, Joseph, Ellen, and Thomas. His father, who was a b

Annie Elizabeth Adams

Annie Elizabeth Adams was born Annie Elizabeth Macnutt (or McNutt) in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada, on the 26th November 1868, the daughter of Andrew Harlow and Annie Smith (née Fralick) Macnutt. On 5th April 1915, she married Welsh

Arthur Henry Adams

Arthur Henry Adams, known as “Harry”, was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States of America on the 17th December 1868. He graduated from MIT with a degree in mechanical engineering and then found employment with the Western Electric Com

Gertrude Adams

Mrs. Gertrude Adams was born Gertrude Pollett in Bath, Somerset, England, in 1890, the daughter of Alfred and Ada Elizabeth Pollett (née Sydenham), who resided at 29. Bathwick Street, Bath. Her father was described as a carriage proprietor and wheel

Henry Adams

Henry Adams was born in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales, on the 13th May 1856, the son of William and Susan (née Gunstone) Adams. His father was a butcher, and the family resided over his butcher shop at 10. High St., Tenby. Henry did not follow t

Joan M. Adams

Joan Mary Adams was born in Chertsey, Surrey, England, in 1913, the daughter of Albert Edwin and Gertrude Adams (née Pollett). Both of her parents had worked in, what were then known as, Lunatic Asylums. Shortly after her birth in 1913, her father i

William McMillan Adams

William McMillan Adams was born in Paris, France on 5th September 1895, the son of Arthur Henry “Harry” and Gertrude Adams. His family, who originated in Boston, Massachusetts, was connected with The U.S. Rubber Company of 58th Street, New York, N.Y

Thomas Adamson

Thomas Adamson was born in Paterson, New Jersey, in the United States of America on 31 August 1880, the son of Thomas and Hannah E Adamson. His parents were from England, and his father was a master mariner. Despite being born in America, Thomas was

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