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Showing results 16 to 30 of 153 for surnames beginning with 'C'.

Ida Amelia McBride Campbell-Johnston

Ida Amelia McBride was born in on the 22nd November 1857, in York, Livingston County, New York State, in the United States of America, the daughter of Asa Davis and Marian Amelia McBride (née Lathrop). Her father was a travelling salesman. On the 28

Arthur Candlish

Arthur Candlish was born in Preston, Lancashire, England, on 9th November 1881, the son of John and Margaret Candlish (née Murgatroyd). His mother died in 1886, and on 27th November 1887, his father, who was a joiner, re-married. With his second wif

Ellen Gardner Candlish

Ellen Gardner was born in Preston, Lancashire, England, on the 12th July 1885. Details about her parents or other family members are unknown, but she became a weaver after leaving school and sometime prior to 1909, she immigrated to the United State

Robert Henry Cannon

Robert Henry Cannon was born at Onchan in the Isle of Man in 1863, the son of John and Jane Cannon. His father was a farm labourer and when Robert left school he also worked on a farm. By 1884 he had left the island and gone to Liverpool, where he j

George Caracitsos

George Caracitsos is believed to have been born in Greece around 1877. It was reported that he was a merchant, and in the spring of 1915, had been in New York City, N.Y., in the United States of America. It is not known, however, whether or not he h

C. J. Carlson

C.J. (forenames not known) Carlson was born in Sweden in 1858. Some time probably before the outbreak of the Great War, he had gone to the United States of America and settled in Chicago, Illinois, where he found employment as a labourer. In April 1

Bernard Carribine

Bernard Carribine was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England on 10 August 1872, the son of Bernard and Ann Carribine. He had an older brother named Thomas who was born in 1870 and a younger one named Edward who was born in 1875. Bernard junior was a

Edward Carr-Jones

Edward Jones was born in Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, on the 12th March 1876, the son of Thomas and Emma Jones (née Carr). His father was a clerk in an earthenware works, and on completion of his education, Edward also went to w

Michael Thomas Carroll

Michael Thomas ‘Tom’ Carroll was born on 29 August 1874 at 17 Wilbraham Place, Everton, Liverpool, Lancashire, England the son of Patrick and Annie Carroll (née Larkin). In late 1903 he married Mary Kelly and they had nine children throughout the co

Henrietta Carson

Henrietta McCullogh Carson, always known as “Etta”, was born in Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, on the 18th September 1894, the youngest of nine children born to James and Agnes Carson (née Lorimer), originally of 2, Norfolk Terrace, Glencaple Ro

Harry Cartwright

Harry Cartwright was born in Rock Ferry, Birkenhead, Cheshire in 1867, the eldest son of John and Mary Ann Cartwright. His father was a warehouseman. Harry Cartwright was a professional steward serving in the British Mercantile Marine and in 1915 he

Joseph Casey

Joseph Casey was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1864, the son of William Patrick and Mary Casey, both of whom were born in Ireland. His father was a joiner and on completing his education James became an apprentice plumber before turning

Martin Casey

Martin Casey was born in Douglas, Isle of Man in 1867, the son of Martin and Jessie Casey. He was married to Georgina Casey (née Dennett) and as he was a professional sailor in the British Mercantile Marine, by 1915 the family was living at 13 Walke

Patrick Casey

Patrick Casey was born in Wicklow, Ireland in 1867. He lived at 45 Akenside Street, Bootle, Lancashire, England with his wife, Bridget, whom he married in 1885, and their four children. Nothing else is known about his early life or family background

Nora Isabel Cassels

Norah Isabella Cassels was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1876, the daughter of James and Jane Cassels. Her father was a marine engineer and there was a tradition of service to the British Mercantile Marine in the family. She was educated