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Showing results 91 to 105 of 153 for surnames beginning with 'C'.

Michael Connolly

Michael Connolly was born in Rathgoonaun, Buncrowey, County Sligo, Ireland, in 1868, one of eight children of James and Bridget Connolly (née Doherty). His father was a farmer. Some time prior to 1905 he had immigrated to the United States of Americ

Owen Connolly

Owen Connelly was born in Shotts, Lanarkshire, Scotland on 29 August 1863, the son of Owen and Margaret Connelly. His father was an iron furnace man, and when Owen junior was in his early teenage years he also worked as a labourer in the same iron f

Richard Conway

Richard Conway was born in Bolton, Lancashire in 1883, the son of Peter and Ann Conway of 10 Salisbury Road, Liverpool, Lancashire. His father was a builder's plasterer. He served as a first class waiter in the Stewards Department on board the Lusit

William George Cook

William George Cook was born in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, on the 22nd February 1881, the son of George William and Caroline Cook (née Smith). When his birth was registered, and when he was baptised, his name was given as George William Cook

Michael, Jr Cooney

Michael Cooney was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England on the 3rd October 1894, the son, and one of thirteen children of Michael and Elizabeth Cooney (née Moore). The family home was at 92, Hopwood Street, Kirkdale, Liverpool, Lancashire. His fat

Michael, Sr Cooney

Michael Cooney was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England on the 26th January 1869, the son of Peter and Margaret Cooney. He was married to Elizabeth Cooney, (née Moore) on the 27th May 1894, and the family home was at 92, Hopwood Street, Kirkdale,

Frederick Cooper

Frederick ‘Fred’ Cooper was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England in 1896. He lived at 38 Dane Street, Bootle, Lancashire, England. He was a professional seaman in the Mercantile Marine and he engaged as Fourth Baker in the Stewards' Department on

Joseph E. Cooper

Joseph Ernest Cooper was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States of America, on the 16th January 1915, the son of James M.M. and Nelly Elizabeth Cooper (née Thorpe). His parents had originally come from England, James Cooper from Burnley a

Nellie Elizabeth Cooper

Nelly Elizabeth Thorpe was born in Leicester, Leicestershire, England in 1881 the daughter, and one of five children, of Joseph and Harriet Thorpe (née Watts). Her father was a police constable, and the family home in 1915 was at 32, Cecil Road, Lei

Emma Louisa Black Copping

Emma Louisa Black was born in New York, in the United States of America, on the 12th December 1863, the daughter, and the eldest of five children, of Hiram and Eliza Ann Black (née Tovell). Her father was a sewing machine agent, and in her childhood

George Robert Copping

George Robert Copping was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on the 18th June 1861, the third eldest of six children, of Edward and Emma Copping (née Evans). Both his parents had emigrated from England, and his father was a carpenter by occupation. O

Michael Corboy

Michael Corboy was born in Newry, County Armagh, Ireland, on 25 August 1867, the son of Daniel and Mary Corboy. He was unmarried, and his mother had been widowed twice. The first time from Daniel Corboy, and some time later she had married a man nam

Margaret Corrigan (Canigan)

Margaret Corrigan was born in possibly County Cavan or County Fermanagh, Ireland, around 1887. She was single and some time before the outbreak of the Great War, she had emigrated to the United States of America and settled in Boston, Massachusetts,

Mary Costello

Mary Costello was born in Balbriggan, County Dublin, Ireland, on the 18th March 1883, one of twelve children in the family of Philip and Maria Costello (née Richardson). Her father’s occupation was as a marine dealer, which was a common term in the

Thomas Costello

Thomas Costello was born in Westport, County Mayo, Ireland in 1885. He lived at 55 Kendrick Street, Liverpool, Lancashire. He engaged as a fireman in the Engineering Department on board the Lusitania at Liverpool on 12 April 1915 and reported for du