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Showing results 61 to 75 of 153 for surnames beginning with 'C'.

James Clarke

James C Clarke was born in Dublin, Ireland on 11 July 1889. In 1915 he lived at 12 Kew Road, Birkdale, Lancashire, England and was a professional steward in the Mercantile Marine. He engaged as a second class waiter in the Stewards' Department on bo

Nore Clarke

Nora Mary ‘Nore’ Ritchie was born in Newport-on-Tay, Forgan, Fifeshire, Scotland, in 1878, one of eight children, and the second youngest daughter of David and Amelia Mathers Ritchie (née Reoch). She spent all her early years in Newport-on-Tay, Fife

Robert James Clarke

Robert James Clarke was born in Bootle, Lancashire, England on 12 September 1898, the son of John and Mary Elizabeth Clarke. Robert’s father and older siblings were ship’s stewards in the Mercantile Marine, and Robert followed on in the family tradi

Elizabeth Alice Clay

Elizabeth Alice Clay, known as 'Lillie', was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England, in late 1870, the second daughter of William and Mary Robina Clay (née Richardson). In 1915, she lived at the family home, 14, Windsor Terrace, Newcas

William Clayton

William Clayton was born in 1862 in Great Britain or one of her colonies. He was married and his profession was that of stonemason. In 1915, the family home was in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In the spring of 1915, maybe because of the war

William (?) Clayton

Mrs. Clayton (forenames not known), was born in Great Britain or one of her colonies in 1873. She was married to stonemason William Clayton and in 1915; the family home was in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In the spring of 1915, however, the

Arthur Clegg

Arthur Clegg was born in Liverpool, Lancashire in 1872, the son of James and Anna Clegg. His father was a warehouseman. Arthur was a professional steward in the British mercantile Marine. On Christmas Day 1902 Arthur Clegg married a widow named Mary

Horace Clift

Horace Clift was born in Halesowen, Worcestershire, England, in late 1891, the son of William and Ann Clift (née Rose). His father, who was a blacksmith, died in 1900, leaving Ann Clift to raise twelve children. In 1915, the family home was at 38. M

George Clinton

George Clinton was born in South Shields, County Durham, England in 1887. He lived at 7 Kendrick Street, Seaforth, on the outskirts of Liverpool, Lancashire. He was a professional mercantile marine seaman and on 12 April 1915 he engaged as an able s

William Broderick Cloete

William Broderick Cloete, always known as Broderick Cloete, was born on the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, in 1851, the son of Peter Lawrence Graham and Helena Hendrina (née Van der Bijl). He had a least seven siblings – five brothers and two sist

Gontes Cloules

Gontes Cloules was born in Malta in 1891 and lived at 99 Vicnarsa Hania, Malta. Although the records of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, show that he served on board the Lusitania as a fireman in the Engineering Department and was killed when

Neil Clyde

Neil Clyde was born in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland in 1859, the son of Neil and Annie Clyde. His family moved from their native Scotland to Liverpool when Neil was very young. In 1885 Neil married Elizabeth Jones in Liverpool and for a time the couple r

James Coady

James Coady was born in Banna, near Fethard, County Wexford, Ireland in 1862. He was a professional seaman in the British Mercantile Marine. In 1915 he lived at 8 Flint Street, Irlam Road, Bootle, Lancashire, the home of his niece Mrs Rose O’Neill.

Andrew Cockburn

Andrew Cockburn was born at 8 Coalmarket, Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland in 1871, one of the four children of Alexander and Anne Cockburn (née Black). When he was only three years old his mother died and in 1876 his father married Jane Jones Chalmer

Guy Rosebery Cockburn

Guy Rosebery Cockburn was born in York, Yorkshire, England, on the 13th April 1884, the son of Thomas and Harriet Cockburn (née ). His father was a chemical salesman, or an agent for a chemical company, and he had an older brother, Brian Hylton Hors